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NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege20142015CatalogStudentHandbookVolume49June2014 Northeast2NORTHEASTALABAMACOMMUNITYCOLLEGEPostOfficeBox159RainsvilleAlabama35986TelephonesAreaCode256228-6001638-4418PresidentsOfficeFAX256-638-3052AdmissionsFAX256-638-6043LibraryFAX256-228-4350BusinessOfficeFAX256-228-6861RegistrarFAX256-228-6992BookstoreFAX256-638-9476SalonInstituteWebsiteDownloadtheCollegesFreeApp256-259-1512www.nacc.edufromtheAppleAppStoreorbygoingtowww.naccmobile.comACCREDITATIONSNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeisaccreditedbytheSouthernAssociationofCollegesandSchoolsCommissiononCollegestoawardtheAssociateDegree.ContacttheCommissiononCollegesat1866SouthernLaneDecaturGeorgia30033-4097orcall404-679-4500forquestionsabouttheaccreditationofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.TheAssociateDegreeandPracticalNursingProgramsareaccreditedbytheAccreditationCommissionforEducationinNursingACEN3343PeachtreeRoadNESuite850AtlantaGA30326404-975-5000Fax404-975-5020www.acenursing.org.ThenursingprogramsarealsoapprovedbytheAlabamaBoardofNursing.TheEMSProgramisaccreditedbytheAlabamaDepartmentofPublicHealthTheRSATower201MonroeStreetMontgomeryAlabama36104800-962-9234.TheEMSCommunityTrainingCenterisaccreditedbytheAmericanHeartAssociation7272GreenvilleAvenueDallasTexas75231800-242-8721.TheParamedicProgramisaccreditedbytheCommissiononAccreditationofAlliedHealthEducationProgramswww.caahep.orgupontherecommendationoftheCommitteeonAccreditationofEducationalProgramsfortheEmergencyMedicalServicesProfessionsCoAEMSP.CommissiononAccreditationofAlliedHeathEducationPrograms1361ParkStreetClearwaterFL33756727-210-2350www.caahep.org.TheMedicalAssistantProgramisapprovedbytheAmericanMedicalTechnologistsAMT10700WestHigginsSuite150RosemontIL60018800-275-1268.TheIndustrialElectronicsprogramisapprovedbyElectronicsTechniciansAssociationInternationalETAInternational5DepotStreetGreencastleIN46135800-288-3824.MEMBEROFSouthernAssociationofCollegesandSchoolsCommissiononCollegesAmericanAssociationofCommunityCollegesAlabamaCommunityCollegeAssociationNationalAssociationforDevelopmentalEducationNationalLeagueforNursingLeagueforInnovationintheCommunityCollegeNationalInstituteforStaffandOrganizationalDevelopmentNOTICEThiscatalogistheofficialannouncementoftheprogramsrequirementsandregulationsofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.ThecontentsofthiscatalogaresubjecttochangewithoutnoticeandarenottobeconstruedasabindingcontractbetweenNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeandanystudent.TheremaybeoccasionwhencriteriainthiscatalogmaynecessarilychangeduetoAlabamaStateBoardofEducationactionlegislativemandatesorotherunavoidableevents.Exampleswouldbetuitionandfeechangesaswellascourseofferings.Thiscatalogisavailableinalternateformatonrequest.PublishedannuallybyNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege. Northeast3MessagefromthePresidentWhateveryoureducationneedsNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeNACCwillprovideyouwithanopportunitytosetthefoundationforyourfuture.AsacomprehensivecommunitycollegeNACCprovideseducationalprogramsinacademictransfercareerandjobtrainingculturalactivitiesthefineartsandadultbasiceducation.CollegepersonnelstriveforexcellenceandtheresultisacommunitycollegethatisoneofthebestintheSouth.KnowthatwhenyouenrollinoneofouracademictransferprogramsandfollowtheappropriateguidelinesthatyourcoursesareguaranteedbystatelawtobeacceptedatanypubliccollegeinAlabama.FormoreinformationonthisvisittheSTARSwebsiteatwww.nacc.eduSTARS.htm.Knowalsothatourcareerprogramsareamongthebestinthestate.OurnursingstudentsforexampleconsistentlypassNationalCouncilLicensureExaminationNCLEXforregisterednursesataratemuchhigherthanstateandnationalaverages.TakepartorsimplyenjoyouroutstandingculturalartsprogramsatNortheastsuchasthoseintheatremusicartandthehumanities.NACChassteadilybuiltareputationasamajorcenterfortheartsinNorthAlabama.PerhapsyouneedjobskillstrainingandrefreshercoursesindevelopmentalstudiestheseopportunitiesareavailableatNACCaswell.AsyoureadthroughthiscatalogknowalsothatfinanciallythereisawayforyoutoattendNACC.Ourtuitionisveryaffordableonlyfiftytosixtypercentofthatatafour-yearschool.AdditionallyNACCoperatesanoutstandingfinancialaidandscholarshipprogram.OurstudentloanprograminfactprovidesanyonewiththeopportunitytoattendNortheast.Loansaremadewithlittleornointerestintherepaymentschedule.Thecollegehasneverbeensoaccessible.WhileatNortheaststudentsmaytakepartinadiverserangeofactivitiessuchasintramuralsportsphysicalactivitiesacademichonorariesprofessionalandcareergroupsstudentgovernmentclubsandorganizations.WewantourstudentstoenjoytheirexperienceshereatNortheastandourcampusislinedwithcourtyardsflowergardenssidewalktablesandbenches.Thecollegehasawalkingnaturetrailaroundafour-acrelakeonthenorthendofcampus.Weknowthatatacollegemuchlearningtakesplaceintheinteractionoffellowstudentsfacultyandstaff.Ourcollegeisdesignedtowardprovidingthatinteraction.WeatNortheastareproudofthenationalrecognitionthatwehavereceivedinrecentyears.TheprestigiousAspenInstituteforexamplehasnamedNACCisoneofthetopcommunitycollegesinAmerica.AlsoCNNMoneyrankedthecollegethefifteenthbestamongtheapproximately1200AmericancommunitycollegesandBestSchools.orgnamedNortheastthetwentiethbestinthenation.Thecollegehasdoubleditsenrollmentoverthepastdecadeandaddednewprogramsandbuildings.Ourstate-of-the-artMathematicsScienceandEngineeringTechnologyCenterwasrecentlyopened.AsoneofthefirstcompletelyWiFiaccesslocationsinAlabamawetakespecialprideintheeducationaltechnologythatwehaveoncampus.Thistechnologyincludestwenty-twocomputerlabsthatservestudents.AttendNortheastandfindoutwhyourInstructorsaresooftendescribedasthebestteachersIeverhadbysomanypeoplewhoattendthecollege.ComejoinusatNortheastandfeeltheenergyandprideofaninstitutionthatisonthemove.YouwillforeverbeapartoftheNortheastfamilyBeginyourfuturehereDrDavidCampbellPresidentNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege Northeast4TABLEOFCONTENTSMESSAGEFROMTHEPRESIDENT.....................................3CALENDAR..............................................................................6MISSIONSTATEMENT...........................................................9GENERALINFORMATION..................................................11History..............................................................................11Campus.............................................................................11ADMISSIONREQUIREMENTS...........................................13AdmissionofStudents......................................................13AcceleratedHighSchoolProgram...................................15DualEnrollmentDualCredit............................................15EarlyCollegeEnrollmentProgram..................................16TransferofCollegeCredit................................................16CreditAwardedThroughNon-TraditionalMeans............16FINANCIALINFORMATION................................................19FeesCostsandTuition....................................................19DistanceEducationTuition...............................................19OtherCosts.......................................................................19GuidelinesforDeterminingIn-StateOut-of-StateTuitionRates.........................................19RefundPolicy...................................................................21RegistrationProcessforScholarships..............................21Scholarships......................................................................21SpecialScholarshipAward...............................................22AgencySponsorshipPrograms.........................................22EmployerSponsoredPrograms........................................22CommunityBasedScholarships.......................................22MuAlphaThetaSummerHonorsScholarship.................23SeniorAdultScholarshipProgram...................................23AlabamaG.I.DependentsScholarshipProgram.................................................23VAEducationalBenefits...................................................23SuspensionfromVABenefits...........................................23FinancialAidProgram......................................................23SpecialCircumstances......................................................23GeneralInformation..........................................................24VerificationofStudentAidInformation...........................24FederalTitleIVAidandProgramsAvailableNeedBased.............................................24DirectLoans......................................................................24EnrollmentPolicy.............................................................24DependentIndependentPolicy.........................................24ReturnofTitleIVStudentFinancialAidFundsforWithdrawal................................................25AcademicRequirementsforReceivingFinancialAid.............................................................26ACADEMICREQUIREMENTSANDREGULATIONS.....................................................28GradingSystem................................................................28CourseForgiveness...........................................................28AcademicBankruptcy......................................................28QualityPoints...................................................................28DegreesandAwards..........................................................29GraduationRequirements.................................................29AcademicHonorsUponGraduation...............................30DEGREEREQUIREMENTSANDTRANSFERGUIDES......................................................32CoreCourses.....................................................................32StudentLearningOutcomes.............................................33HighDemandCriticalOccupations..................................38AssociateinArtsDegree..................................................43AssociateinScienceDegree.............................................48AssociateinAppliedScienceDegree...............................81CertificateGeneralEducationCore...............................90CertificateCurricula.........................................................91AlliedHealthProgram......................................................96SkillsTrainingDivision....................................................97AlabamaTechnologyNetworkCenter.............................99HEALTHSCIENCEDIVISIONPROGRAMS....................100AssociateDegreeNursing..............................................100LicensedPracticalNursing.............................................104EmergencyMedicalServices..........................................110COURSEDESCRIPTIONS...................................................114Accounting......................................................................114AirConditioningandRefrigeration................................114Art...................................................................................114Astronomy......................................................................115BasicStudySkills...........................................................115Biology...........................................................................115Business..........................................................................116Chemistry........................................................................117ChildDevelopment.........................................................117ComputerScience...........................................................119Cosmetology...................................................................121CriminalJustice..............................................................122DraftingDesignTechnology...........................................123Economics.......................................................................124ElectricalTechnology.....................................................125EmergencyMedicalServices..........................................125Engineering.....................................................................128EngineeringTechnology.................................................128English............................................................................129Geography.......................................................................130Geology...........................................................................130Health..............................................................................130History............................................................................130 Northeast5HomeEconomics............................................................130Humanities......................................................................131IndustrialElectronicsTechnology..................................131IndustrialMaintenanceTechnology................................133InterdisciplinaryStudies.................................................134MachineToolTechnology..............................................134MassCommunications....................................................136MassageTherapy............................................................136Mathematics....................................................................137MedicalAssistant............................................................139Music..............................................................................140NursingAssistantandHomeHealthCare......................141Nursing...........................................................................141OfficeAdministration.....................................................143ParalegalLegalAssistant................................................144Philosophy......................................................................145PhysicalEducation..........................................................145PhysicalScience.............................................................146Physics............................................................................146PoliticalScience..............................................................146Psychology......................................................................147Reading...........................................................................147Religion...........................................................................147SalonandSpaManagement............................................147Sociology........................................................................147Spanish............................................................................147Speech.............................................................................148TheatreArts....................................................................148Welding...........................................................................148WorkKeysIntegrated....................................................151ADMINISTRATIONFACULTYANDSTAFF....................152AdministrationandControl............................................153AlabamaStateBoardofEducation.................................153Administration................................................................153Faculty............................................................................153ProfessionalandSupportStaff.......................................157MaintenanceBuildingsandGrounds.............................159AuxiliaryServices..........................................................159NORTHEASTADVISORYBOARD....................................159NACCFOUNDATIONMEMBERS.....................................159CHARLESM.PENDLEYFOUNDERSCHAIRCOMMITTEE.................................................................159NORTHEASTADVISORYCOMMITTEES........................159STRATEGICANALYSISTEAMFORCAREERTECHNICALEDUCATION.........................159PROGRAMADVISORYCOMMITTEES............................159Business..........................................................................159ChildDevelopment.........................................................159ComputerInformationSystems......................................159CriminalJustice..............................................................160DraftingandDesignTechnology....................................160EmergencyMedicalServices..........................................160EngineeringTechnician..................................................160IndustrialElectronicsTechnology..................................160IndustrialSystemsTechnology.......................................160MachineToolTechnology..............................................160MedicalAssistantTechnology........................................161Nursing...........................................................................161OfficeAdministration.....................................................161SalonandSpaManagement............................................161Welding...........................................................................161STUDENTHANDBOOK......................................................163CAMPUSMAP......................................................................204APPLICATIONFORADMISSION......................................205TRANSCRIPTREQUEST....................................................207 Northeast62014-2015QUICKREFERENCECALENDARSEMESTERFALL2014SPRING2015SUMMER2015RegistrationReg.August20-21January5-6May27FirstDayofClassesAugust22January7May28RegistrationEndsLastDaytoDropAddClassesAugust28January13May29LastDaytoDropClassesWithdrawDecember4April28July28LastDayofClassesDecember12May5August4FinalExaminationsDecember15-16-17-18-19May6-7-811-12August5-6-7HolidaysCollegeClosedSeptember1November11November27-28December23December24-25December26January1January19February16April3May25July3July6GraduationMay15AcademicCalendarsubjecttochange.PleasecheckeachsemestersScheduleofClassesforregistrationinformation.2015JanuarySuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031AprilSuMoTuWeThFrSa123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930JulySuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031OctoberSuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031FebruarySuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728MaySuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031AugustSuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031NovemberSuMoTuWeThFrSa123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930MarchSuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031JuneSuMoTuWeThFrSa123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930SeptemberSuMoTuWeThFrSa123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930DecemberSuMoTuWeThFrSa123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930312014JanuarySuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031AprilSuMoTuWeThFrSa123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930JulySuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031OctoberSuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031FebruarySuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728MaySuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031AugustSuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031NovemberSuMoTuWeThFrSa123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930MarchSuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031JuneSuMoTuWeThFrSa123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930SeptemberSuMoTuWeThFrSa123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930DecemberSuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031 Northeast7COLLEGECALENDAR2014-2015ForFall2014OnlineregistrationbeginsforcurrentstudentsMondayJune302014Currentstudenton-campusearlyregistrationMonday-TuesdayJuly14-152014FreshmanorientationregistrationbyappointmentONLYMonday-FridayJuly21-252014FALLSEMESTER2014Composite80InstructionalDays87DutyDaysAugust18MondayLocalProfessionalDevelopmentFacultyDutyDayAugust19TuesdayFacultyDutyDayAugust20-21Wednesday-ThursdayRegistrationFacultyDutyDaysAugust22FridayFirstDayofClassesAugust28ThursdayRegistrationEndsLastDaytoDropAddClassesSeptember1MondayLaborDayHolidayCollegeClosedNovember11TuesdayVeteransDayHolidayCollegeClosedNovember24-25-26MondaythroughWednesdayFacultyDutyDaysnoclassesNovember27-28Thursday-FridayThanksgivingHolidaysCollegeClosedDecember1MondayClassesResumeDecember4ThursdayLastDaytoDropClassesWithdrawDecember12FridayLastDayofClassesDecember15-16-17-18-19Monday-FridayFinalExaminationsDecember22MondayFacultyDutyDayDecember23TuesdayLocalHolidayCollegeClosedDecember24-25Wednesday-ThursdayChristmasHolidaysCollegeClosedDecember26FridayLocalHolidayCollegeClosedForSpring2015OnlineregistrationbeginsforcurrentstudentsFridayNovember72014Currentstudenton-campussophomoreearlyregistrationMonday-TuesdayDecember1-22014Currentstudenton-campusfreshmanearlyregistrationMonday-TuesdayDecember8-92014FreshmanorientationregistrationbyappointmentONLYTuesdayDecember22014SPRINGSEMESTER2015Composite83InstructionalDays88DutyDaysJanuary2FridayLocalProfessionalDevelopmentFacultyDutyDayJanuary5-6Monday-TuesdayRegistrationFacultyDutyDaysJanuary7WednesdayFirstDayofClassesJanuary13TuesdayRegistrationEndsLastDaytoDropAddClassesJanuary19MondayDr.MartinLutherKingBirthdayObservanceCollegeClosedFebruary16MondayLocalHolidayCollegeClosedMarch23-24-25-26-27Monday-FridaySpringBreakNoClassesMarch30MondayClassesResumeApril3FridayLocalHolidayCollegeClosedApril28TuesdayLastDaytoDropClassesWithdraw Northeast8May5TuesdayLastDayofClassesMay6-7-811-12Wednesday-FridayMonday-TuesdayFinalExaminationsMay13-14Wednesday-ThursdayFacultyDutyDaysMay15FridayGraduationFacultyDutyDayMay25MondayMemorialDayCollegeClosedForSummer2015OnlineregistrationbeginsforcurrentstudentsMondayApril62015Currentstudenton-campussophomoreearlyregistrationTuesday-WednesdayApril7-82015Currentstudenton-campusfreshmanearlyregistrationTuesday-WednesdayApril14-152015FreshmanorientationregistrationbyappointmentONLYWednesdayApril82015SUMMERSEMESTER2015Composite50InstructionalDays54DutyDaysMay26TuesdayFacultyDutyDayMay27WednesdayRegistrationMay28ThursdayFirstDayofClassesMay29FridayRegistrationEndsLastDaytoDropAddClassesJuly3FridayIndependenceDayHolidayCollegeClosedJuly6MondayLocalHolidayCollegeClosedJuly28TuesdayLastDaytoDropClassesWithdrawAugust4TuesdayLastDayofClassesAugust5-6-7Wednesday-Thursday-FridayFinalExaminationsAugust10-11Monday-TuesdayFacultyDutyDaysHOLIDAYS2014-2015Thefollowingdaysaredesignatedasofficialholidaysandalltwelve-monthnon-instructionalpersonnelwillnotberequiredtowork.Therearetenprominentandcommonholidaysplusfiveinstitutionalholidaysthroughoutthetwelve-monthperiod.Thecollegewillbeofficiallyclosedonthesedayshoweverasecurityforcewillbeondutyatalltimes.September1MondayLaborDayStateHolidayNovember11TuesdayVeteransDayStateHolidayNovember27-28Thursday-FridayThanksgivingStateHolidaysDecember23TuesdayLocalHolidayDecember24-25Wednesday-ThursdayChristmasStateHolidaysDecember26FridayLocalHolidayCollegeClosedJanuary1ThursdayNewYearsDayStateHolidayJanuary19MondayDr.M.L.KingDayStateHolidayFebruary16MondayLocalHolidayApril3FridayLocalHolidayMay25MondayMemorialDayStateHolidayJuly3FridayIndependenceDayHolidayStateHolidayJuly6MondayLocalHolidayCollegeClosed Northeast9MissionStatementThemissionofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeistoprovideaccessiblequalityeducationalopportunitiespromoteeconomicgrowthandenhancethequalityoflifeforthepeopleofAlabama.GoalsToaccomplishthemissionNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegehasestablishedthefollowinggoalsorintendedresults1.Anopendooradmissionpolicywhichinsuresnondiscriminatoryeducationalopportunitiesforindividualsregardlessofracecolordisabilitysexreligioncreednationaloriginorage.2.Availableaccessibleandaffordablecoursesthatprovidequalityinstructioningeneraleducationatthefreshmanandsophomorelevelsthatleadtotheattainmentofspecifiedlearningoutcomesassociatedegreesandtransfertoseniorinstitutions.3.Availableaccessibleandaffordablecoursesthatprovidequalityinstructionincareerandtechnicalprogramsthatleadtotheattainmentofspecifiedlearningoutcomescertificatesassociatedegreesorinstitutionalawardsandemploymentinthefieldofstudy.4.Developmentalandadultbasiceducationwhichassistsindividualswhoneedtoimprovetheirbasiclearningskillsandsupportsindividualslackingcollegepreparatorybackgrounds.5.Studentserviceswhichassistindividualstoformulateandachievecareereducationalandpersonalgoalsthroughcounselingandacademicadvisementservicesandprovideopportunitiestoparticipateinsocialandculturalactivities.6.Recruitmentandretentionofqualifiedpersonnelwhoareaffordedprofessionaldevelopmentopportunitiesandinstitutionalsupportneededtoprovidequalitypostsecondaryeducation.7.Servicesandtrainingspecificallydesignedanddeliveredtomeettheneedsoflocalbusinessindustrycommunityorganizationsandgovernmentalagencies.8.Communityserviceswhichsupportpersonalgrowthculturalenrichmentandsocietalactivitiesprovideaccesstocollegefacilitiesforcommunityactivitiesandpromotecommunitysocialandeconomicimprovement.9.Procurementandadministrationoffinancialresourcesinaneffectivemanner.10.Provisionforandmaintenanceofaphysicalplantwithinstructionalfacilitiesandtechnologywhichprovideasafelearningenvironmentandaresuitableforalltheinstitutionsprogramsandservices. GENERALINFORMATIONMathematicsScienceandEngineeringTechnologyCenternew10.5milliondollarfacilityonthecampusofNACCIthouses8classroomsand8laboratories.Classroomsincludetwolargetieredlectureroomsadaptableforcommunitypresentations.Laboratorieswillbeusedforanatomybiologymathematicsphysicsandengineering.ThebuildingistotallyWiFiwithfiberopticuplinkforrapiddatatransmission.AllclassroomsandlaboratoriesareequippedwithInteractiveSmartBoardswithpodiumaudiovisualcontrolsprojectorsandInternetpresentationaccess.Therearemorethan100computerterminalsforstudentandfacultyuse.Thereare3virtualdesktoplaboratoriesformathematicsandscienceinstruction.Thereare14facultyofficesacentralizedfacultyworkroomfacultyconferenceroomandstudentstudyandbreakareas.AlsohousedinthebasementofthisbuildingisaStormSafetyShelter. Northeast11GENERALINFORMATIONHISTORYNortheastisoneofthetwelvejuniorcollegescreatedbytheStateLegislatureduringtheadministrationofGovernorGeorgeC.Wallace.ActNo.93approvedMay31963authorizedtheCollege.ActNo.94approvedMay31963vestedintheStateBoardofEducationtheauthorityandresponsibilityfortheoperationandmaintenanceofthecommunitycolleges.ManyindividualsandorganizationswereinstrumentalinlocatingtheCollegeontheJackson-DeKalbCountyline.TheJacksonCountyBoardofRevenueandtheDeKalbCountyBoardofCommissionersdonatedasixty-acresitefortheCollege.TheoriginalsiteconsistedofthirtyacresinJacksonCountyandthirtyacresinDeKalbCounty.Anadditional35acreswerepurchasedinFebruaryof19695.54acrespurchasedin19822.7acrespurchasedin199110acrespurchasedand1-710acresdonatedin1996andapproximately3acresaddedin2009.TheCollegebeganoperationonthequartersystemfallwinterspringandsummer.ThefirstclassesbeganSeptember301965with380freshmen.IntheFallof1998Northeastchangedtothesemestersystemfallspringandsummer.InMay1992theAlabamaStateBoardofEducationrenamedtheCollegeNortheastAlabamaStateCommunityCollege.TheChancelloroftheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemapprovedthechangeinthenameoftheCollegetoNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegein1996.CAMPUSThecampusofNortheastconsistsof117acresandeighteenbuildings.Twolargelighteddirectionalsignseachwithacampusmapareplacedinstrategiclocationsfortheassistanceofstudentsandvisitors.OneofthesesignsislocatedjustoffthefrontparkinglotbetweenthePendleyAdministrationBuildingandthequadrangle.TheotherisneartheeastentrancetotheStudentCenterbetweentheLearningResourcesCenterandtheBusinessEducationBuilding.Additionallyasignattheentrancetoeachbuildingdisplaysthebuildingnameandthecorrespondingtwo-lettercodeusedtoidentifyclasslocationinthescheduleofclasseseachterm.Afeatureofspecialinterestisthe.7-mileNatureandWalkingTrailapavedfullyaccessiblepathwaycirclingafour-acrelakeonthenorthsideofcampus.Thistrailisopentostudentsandtothecommunityduringdaylighthours.TheGeorgeC.WallaceAdministrationBuildingaccommodatesfacultyprofessionalandadministrativesupportstaffmembersaphotocopyingfacilitygeneralclassroomsFinancialAidCollegeandCareerPlanningCenterandDeanofAdministrativeServices.TheMathandScienceBuildingprovidesthelaboratoriesandclassroomsforphysicschemistrymathofficesforfacultyandatieredlectureroom.TheAnnexcontainsclassroomsandthecollegebookstore.TheEnglishBuildingaccommodatesclassroomsfacultyofficestheyearbookstaffandtheStudentGovernmentAssociation.TheStudentCenterprovidesacafeteriaalargediningorloungingareaforstudentsaguestdiningroomfirstaidfacilitiescounselingandadmissionsofficescampussecurityofficeandtheCenterforStudentSuccess.TheW.M.BeckHealthandFineArtsBuildinghousesEnglishartmusiclaboratoriesformathematicsMusicAuditoriumtheAdultBasicEducationprogramandChildDevelopmentclasses.TheMaintenanceBuildingprovidesfacilitiesforthecareandupkeepofthebuildingsandgrounds.TheHarryCampbellBusinessEducationBuildingcontainsfacultyofficesbusinessandofficeadministrationclassrooms.TheCecilB.WordLearningResourcesCenterfeaturesanaudiovisualroomandresourcesadistancelearningfacilityonlineresourcesclassroomsandfacultyofficesaswellasthecollegelibrary.TheE.R.KnoxScienceLaboratoryBuildinghouseschemistryandbiologylaboratoriesalongwithfacultyoffices.TheTomBevillLyceumhousesthetheatreanddramaclassrooms.Itfeaturesa730seatauditorium.TheCharlesM.PendleyAdministrationBuildingprovidesofficesforthePresidenttheVicePresidentDeanofInstructiontheDirectorofWorkforceDevelopmenttheDeanofExtendedDaytheDirectorofHighSchoolRelationsandEventPlanningandtheDirectorofPromotionsandMarketing.TheManagementInformationServicesandRegistrarsOfficesarealsointhisbuildingalongwithclassroomsandcomputerlaboratories.TheTechnologyCenterhousestheIndustrialElectronicsandComputerAidedDraftingprogramswithlaboratoriesandfacultyoffices.TheHealthEducationWorkforceTechnologyBuildinghousesallhealth-relatedprogramsaswellastheAlabamaTechnologyNetworkCenter.TheIndustryTrainingCenterprovidesclassroomsandfacultyofficesfortheworkforcedevelopmentdivision.TheIndustrialSystemsTechnologyCenterhousesworkforcedevelopmentprogramswithclassroomslaboratoriesandfacultyoffices.TheMathScienceandEngineeringTechnologyCenterhousesclassroomsanatomybiologychemistrymathematicsandphysicsengineeringtechlaboratoriesfacultyofficesandstudentstudyareasaswellasastormshelter.YearofBuildingConstructionGeorgeC.WallaceAdministrationBuilding1965MathandScienceBuilding1966EnglishBuilding1966StudentCenter1966Annex1968W.M.BeckHealthandFineArtsBuilding1970MaintenanceBuilding1974StudentCenterAddition1975HarryCampbellBusinessEducationBuilding1977CecilB.WordLearningResourcesCenter1979E.R.KnoxScienceLaboratoryBuilding1984TomBevillLyceum1994CharlesM.PendleyAdministrationBuilding1994TechnologyCenter2002HealthEducationWorkforceTechnologyCenter2007IndustryTrainingCenter1975IndustrialSystemsTechnologyCenter2009MathScienceandEngineeringTechnologyCenter2014 ADMISSIONSREQUIREMENTSNortheaststoodoutfromtheotherlocalcollegesbecauseofhowhelpfulandcaringthefacultyandstudentsweretomethefirsttimeIsteppedoncampus.Startingatacommunitycollegefirstisagreatideaforhighschoolseniorsbecauseitactsasabridgefromhighschooltoamajoruniversity.InadditiontothisIthinkwhatNortheasthasthatothercollegesaremissingoutonisafamilyatmosphere.AtNACCweareonebigfamily.Westicktogetherandwehelpeachother.Weareproudofourcollege.PaigeMajorBusiness Northeast13ADMISSIONREQUIREMENTSApplicationsforadmissiontoNortheastmaybecompletedatanytimehoweveritissuggestedthatalladmissionspaperworkbecompletedatleasttwoweeksbeforethesemesterinwhichthestudentplanstoattend.AdmissiontotheCollegedoesnotensureadmissiontoanyindividualprogramorcourse.AnapplicationformmaybeobtainedfromtheAdmissionsOfficeinthecatalogandonline.Anapplicantwhohasnopriorpost-secondaryexperiencewhoisattendingtheCollegeforthefirsttimewillbedesignatedafirst-timecollegestudent.AnapplicantwhoisattendingtheCollegeforthefirsttimeandhaspreviouslyattendedapost-secondaryinstitutionwillbedesignatedasatransferstudent.Thestudentmaytransferwithorwithoutcredit.Anapplicantmustprovidethefollowingrequiredadmissionsdocumentationpriortobeginningoftheregistrationprocess.1.DegreeseekingorNon-DegreeseekingstudentsHighSchoolGraduatesGEDa.AdmissionapplicationOnePrimaryformofidentification-Thefollowingareexamplesofaprimaryformofidentification.StudentsshouldcalltheAdmissionsOfficeat256228-6001or256638-4418ext.2260oremailharveyanacc.edutofindoutadditionalformsofdocumentationthatmaybeacceptable.Applicantsshouldsubmittheidentificationinperson.Thoseapplicantsunabletopresentidentificationinpersonmustsubmitalegiblecopybymailorviaelectronicsubmission.AnapplicantwhofailstosatisfytherequirementwillnotbeadmittedtotheCollege.RegistrationforclasseswillnotbealloweduntiltheAdmissionsOfficehasreceivedtheappropriatedocumentation.UnexpiredAlabamaDriversLicenseorinstructionpermitUnexpiredAlabamaidentificationcardUnexpiredU.S.PassportUnexpiredU.S.PermanentResidentCardResidentAlienCard-Pre-1997UnexpiredDriversLicenseorinstructionpermitfromanotherstateorpossessionthatverifieslawfulpresencedated2000andbeyondU.S.AlienRegistrationReceiptCardFormI-151priorto1978BIAortribalidentificationcardwithphotoI-797Formwithexpirationdateb.Proofofhighschoolgraduationc.Officialtranscript-highschoolorGEDd.Officialtranscripts-allothercollegesattendedACTscorese.StudentswhohaveachievedaminimumofaBaccalaureatedegreearenotrequiredtoprovidehighschooltranscriptsandtranscriptsfromotherColleges.StudentswhohaveachievedaminimumofaBaccalaureatedegreeareonlyrequiredtosubmitatranscriptfromthegrantinginstitution.f.Completetheprescribedorientationprogramandplacementtesting.2.TransientStudents-AstudentenrolledatanothercollegeoruniversitywhoistakingclassesatNortheastfortheexpresspurposeoftransferringcreditbacktothehomecollegeoruniversityisclassifiedasatransientstudent.a.AdmissionapplicationOneprimaryformofidentification-Thefollowingareexamplesofaprimaryformofidentification.StudentsshouldcalltheAdmissionsOfficeat256228-6001or256638-4418ext.2260oremailharveyanacc.edutofindoutadditionalformsofdocumentationthatmaybeacceptable.Applicantsshouldsubmittheidentificationinperson.Thoseapplicantsunabletopresentidentificationinpersonmustsubmitalegiblecopybymailorviaelectronicsubmission.AnapplicantwhofailstosatisfytherequirementwillnotbeadmittedtotheCollege.RegistrationforclasseswillnotbealloweduntiltheAdmissionsOfficehasreceivedtheappropriatedocumentation.UnexpiredAlabamaDriversLicenseorinstructionpermitUnexpiredAlabamaidentificationcardUnexpiredU.S.PassportUnexpiredU.S.PermanentResidentCardResidentAlienCard-Pre-1997UnexpiredDriversLicenseorinstructionpermitfromanotherstateorpossessionthatverifieslawfulpresencedated2000andbeyondU.S.AlienRegistrationReceiptCardFormI-151priorto1978BIAortribalidentificationcardwithphotoI-797Formwithexpirationdateb.OfficialdocumentationletterfromtheinstitutionwhichcertifiesthatthecreditearnedatNortheastwillbeacceptedasapartofthestudentsacademicprogram.Transientstudentsarenotrequiredtoprovidetranscriptsofpreviouslyearnedcreditsatotherpostsecondaryinstitutions.3.Non-DegreeseekingstudentsNon-HighSchoolGraduatea.Admissionapplicationb.Oneprimaryformofidentification-Thefollowingareexamplesofaprimaryformofidentification.StudentsshouldcalltheAdmissionsOfficeat256228-6001or256638-4418ext.2260oremailharveyanacc.edutofindoutadditionalformsofdocumentationthatmaybeacceptable.Applicantsshouldsubmittheidentificationinperson.Thoseapplicantsunabletopresentidentificationinpersonmustsubmitalegiblecopybymailorviaelectronicsubmission.AnapplicantwhofailstosatisfytherequirementwillnotbeadmittedtotheCollege.RegistrationforclasseswillnotbealloweduntiltheAdmissionsOfficehasreceivedtheappropriatedocumentation.UnexpiredAlabamaDriversLicenseorinstructionpermitUnexpiredAlabamaidentificationcard Northeast14UnexpiredU.S.PassportUnexpiredU.S.PermanentResidentCardResidentAlienCard-Pre-1997UnexpiredDriversLicenseorinstructionpermitfromanotherstateorpossessionthatverifieslawfulpresencedated2000andbeyondU.S.AlienRegistrationReceiptCardFormI-151priorto1978BIAortribalidentificationcardwithphotoI-797Formwithexpirationdatec.Officialtranscript-highschoolifattendedd.Officialtranscripts-allothercollegesattendedifattendede.RequiredAssessmentScoref.StudentswhohaveachievedaminimumofaBaccalaureatedegreearenotrequiredtoprovidehighschooltranscriptsandtranscriptsfromotherColleges.StudentswhohaveachievedaminimumofaBaccalaureatedegreeareonlyrequiredtosubmitatranscriptfromthegrantinginstitution.g.Completetheprescribedorientationprogramandplacementtesting.4.InternationalStudents-Astudentwhoisacitizenofanothercountryisdesignatedasaninternationalstudent.FortheprotectionofthepublicandtoassistinmaintainingstateandlocalsecuritypersonswhoarenotcitizensoftheUnitedStatesmaynotbeadmittedtoanyAlabamaCommunityCollegeSysteminstitutionforthepurposeofenrollinginflighttrainingorinanysegmentorportionofaflighttrainingprogramuntilappropriatecertificationandapprovalhavebeenreceivedfromtheOfficeoftheAttorneyGeneraloftheUnitedStatespursuanttoSection113oftheAviationTransportationandSecurityActregulationsoftheImmigrationandNaturalizationServiceandallotherapplicabledirectives.PriortobeingissuedanI-20forminternationalstudentsmustpresentthefollowingadmissionsdocumentation.Applicantsmustcompletetheadmissionsprocessatleast60daysbeforethebeginningofthesemesterthestudentplanstoenroll.Applicantsmustapplyforadmissionasafull-timenon-transientstudent.Internationalstudentsmustpayout-of-statetuition.Thereisnofinancialaidavailableforinternationalstudents.Nomorethantenstudentsmaybeenrolledfromanyonecountrypersemester.a.Admissionapplicationb.AcceptableF1studentVISAc.OfficialtranscriptsinEnglishthatdocumentgraduationfromasecondaryschoolthatisequivalenttoaU.S.highschool.OfficialrecordsmustbemaileddirectlytoNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegefromtheinstitutionattended.Personalcopiesarenotaccepted.Allforeigntranscriptsmustbeevaluatedbyanapprovedtranscriptevaluationservice.InternationalstudentsareresponsibleforcontactingatranscriptevaluationservicesuchasLisanoInternationalForeignEducationalCredentialEvaluationandmustmakearrangementsforallnecessaryfeesorrequirements.InternationalstudentsmustrequestthatanofficialtranscriptevaluationbemailedtoNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.Thetranscriptsmustbeevaluatednotjusttranslated.d.OfficialtranscriptsinEnglishfromallcollegesanduniversitiespreviouslyattended.OfficialrecordsmustbemaileddirectlytoNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegefromtheinstitutionattended.Personalcopiesarenotaccepted.Allforeigntranscriptsmustbeevaluatedbyanapprovedtranscriptevaluationservice.InternationalstudentsareresponsibleforcontactingatranscriptevaluationservicesuchasLisanoInternationalForeignEducationalCredentialEvaluationandmustmakearrangementsforallnecessaryfeesorrequirements.InternationalstudentsmustrequestthatanofficialtranscriptevaluationbemailedtoNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.Thetranscriptsmustbeevaluatednotjusttranslated.StudentswhohaveachievedaminimumofaBaccalaureatedegreearenotrequiredtoprovidehighschooltranscriptsandtranscriptsfromotherColleges.StudentswhohaveachievedaminimumofaBaccalaureatedegreeareonlyrequiredtosubmitanevaluatedtranscriptfromthegrantinginstitution.e.Officialtranscriptshowingaminimumscoreof500onthepaper-based173onthecomputer-basedor61ontheInternetbasedTestofEnglishasaForeignLanguageTOEFL.TheTOEFLscoremaybewaivedforstudentsfromthefollowingcountriesAustraliaBahamasBermudaCanadaverifyfromtranscriptEnglandIrelandJamaicaNewZealandScotlandAntiguaandBarbudaBarbadosGrenadaBelizeDominicaSt.LuciaSt.KittsandNevisNigeriaTanzaniaTheGambiaTobagoandTrinidadandVirginIslands.AllotherwaiversmustbesubmittedtotheChancellorforapprovalalongwithsubstantialdocumentation.InformationaboutTOEFLmaybeobtainedatwww.toefl.orgorbywritingTOEFLBox899PrincetonNJ08542f.SignednotarizedstatementdeclaringfullresponsibilityforfinancialobligationswhileattendingNortheast.StudentsshouldusetheAffidavitofFinancialSupportFormfoundathttpwww.nacc.eduadmissioninternationalfinancial_affidavit.pdfg.Documentationdemonstratingadequatehealthandlifeinsurancewhichincludesarepatriationbenefit.Thehealthandlifeinsurancemustbemaintainedduringallperiodsofenrollment.Proofoflifeinsurancemaybewaivedwiththeproperhealthpolicy.h.RequesttheI-20formfromNortheast.TheI-20willnotbeissuedtopart-timeortransientinternationalstudents.i.Secureprivatehousing.Northeastdoesnotprovidedormitoryfacilities.j.Completetheprescribedorientationprogramandplacementtesting.5.ContinuingEducationorCEUCreditCourses Northeast15TheCollegeoffersContinuingEducationorCEUcreditcoursesforpersonalenrichment.ContinuingEducationcreditisgivenforthosecoursesandadmissionrequirementsareestablishedbythenatureoftheparticularcourse.Itisnotnecessaryforastudentwhoplanstoregisterforcontinuingeducationcoursesonlytoapplyforregularcollegeadmission.AdditionalinformationaboutsuchcoursesmaybeobtainedfromtheDirectorofWorkforceDevelopmentOffice.Studentswhohavesubmittedallrequireddocumentationwillbeadmittedasunconditionalstatus.Studentswhohavenotsubmittedallrequireddocumentationwillbeadmittedasconditionalstatus.Failuretoprovidedocumentationbytheendofthefirstsemesterwillpreventastudentfromfutureregistrationandofficialtranscriptrelease.IfallrequiredadmissionsdocumentationhasnotbeenreceivedbytheCollegepriortotheissuanceoffirstsemestergradesthegradeswillbereportedonthetranscriptbutthetranscriptwillreadCONTINUEDENROLLMENTDENIEDPENDINGRECEIPTOFADMISIONSRECORDS.Thisnotationwillberemovedfromthetranscriptonlyuponreceiptofallrequiredadmissionsdocumentation.StudentspreviouslyenrolledatNortheastwhohavenotbeeninattendanceduringoneormoresemesterssummertermexcludedwillberequiredtocompleteareadmissionapplicationform.IfthestudentattendedcollegeelsewhereduringthisperiodofficialtranscriptsmustbemailedtotheAdmissionsOffice.ACCELERATEDHIGHSCHOOLPROGRAMAsecondaryeducationstudentwhoisearningcollegecreditwhilestillinhighschoolisdesignatedasanAcceleratedStudent.TheAcceleratedHighSchoolprogrammaynotsubstituteforhighschoolcredit.1.ELIGIBLESTUDENTS.StudentsparticipatingintheAcceleratedHighSchoolprogrammustpaynormaltuitionasrequiredbyNortheastandmustmeetthefollowingrequirementsa.Thestudenthassuccessfullycompletedthe10thgradeb.ThestudentprovidesacertificationfromthelocalprincipalandorhisorherdesigneecertifyingthatthestudenthasaminimumcumulativeBaverageandrecommendsthestudentbeadmittedunderthispolicyc.ThestudentmayenrollonlyinpostsecondarycoursesforwhichhighschoolprerequisiteshavebeencompletedforexampleastudentmaynottakeEnglishCompositionuntilallrequiredhighschoolEnglishcourseshavebeencompleted.2.EXCEPTIONS.ExceptionsmaybegrantedbytheChancellorforastudentdocumentedasgiftedandtalentedaccordingtothestandardsincludedintheStatePlanofExceptionalChildrenandYouth.Exceptionsapplyonlytorequirementsa.andc.above.3.UponterminationofacceleratedstatusthestudentmustmeetcriteriaforadmissionasoutlinedinAdmissionRequirements.DUALENROLLMENTDUALCREDITThedualenrollmentprogramallowshighschoolsstudentstoenrollatNortheastandearncreditsforahighschooldiplomaandforapostsecondarydegree.Thedualenrollmentprogramisopentoallstudentsmeetingthefollowingrequirements1.ELIGIBLESTUDENTS.StudentsparticipatinginadualenrollmentdualcreditprogramshallpaynormaltuitionasrequiredbyNortheastandshallmeetthefollowingrequirementsaStudentmusthaveaBaverageasdefinedbylocalboardofeducationpolicyincompletedhighschoolcoursesbStudentmusthavewrittenapprovalofhisherprincipalandsuperintendenttheCollegepresidentandcStudentmustbeingrade1011or12orhaveanexceptiongrantedbytheChancellorupontherecommendationofhisherprincipalandsuperintendentandinaccordancewithAlabamaAdministrativeCodeR.290-8-9-17regardinggiftedandtalentedstudents.dStudentsenrolledingrades1011or12whodonothaveaBaverageincompletedhighschoolcoursesmaybedeemedeligibletoparticipateindualenrollmentcoursespendingdemonstratedabilitytobenefitasdocumentedbysuccessfulcompletionandplacementidentificationonassessmentsapprovedbytheDepartmentofPostsecondaryEducation.Studentseligibleunderthissectionwillberestrictedtopursuingvocationalandhealth-relatedcourses.StudentsenrolledunderthisprovisionmusthaveearnedaBaverageinhighschoolcoursesrelatedtotheoccupationaltechnicalstudiesifapplicablewhichthestudentintendstopursueatNortheastandhavemaintainedanoverallgradepointaverageof2.50.Studentsenrolledunderthisprovisionmusthavewrittenapprovalofhisherprincipalandsuperintendent.2.COURSEOFFERINGS.aCoursesofferedmustbeapprovedbythestudentslocalschoolsystemandshallbedrawnfromNortheastsexistingacademicinventoryofcoursesofferedforcredit.Coursesnumberedbelow100physicaleducationPEDcoursesandindependentstudycoursesarenoteligiblefordualenrollmentdualcredit.Studentsmaynotauditcoursesunderthetermsofthestatepolicy.EligiblehighschoolstudentsarepermittedtoenrollinCollegecoursesconductedduringschoolhoursafterschoolhoursonlinecoursesandduringsummerterms.TheCollegereservestherighttocancelcourseofferingswhencoursesdonotmeetminimumenrollmentrequirements.bStudentsenrolledincoursesofferedduringthenormalhighschooldayonoroffthehighschoolcampusshallhavepriorpermissionoftheprincipalthesuperintendentandtheNortheastpresident.cLocalboardsofeducationshalladoptpoliciesaddressingparentalpermissionandtravelforcourses Northeast16offeredbyNortheastoffthehighschoolcampusduringthenormalschoolday.3.CREDITS.SixsemestercredithoursatNortheastshallequalonecreditatthehighschoollevelinthesameorrelatedsubject.PartialcreditagreementsshallbedevelopedbetweenthelocalboardsofeducationandNortheast.4.UponterminationofdualenrollmentstatusthestudentmustmeetcriteriaforadmissionasoutlinedinAdmissionRequirementsSectionII.EARLYCOLLEGEENROLLMENTPROGRAMTheEarlyCollegeEnrollmentProgramECEPprovidessecondaryeducationstudentsanopportunitytoearncollegecredittowardatechnicalorhealthdegreewhilecompletingtheirhighschoolgraduationrequirements.TRANSFEROFCOLLEGECREDITA.Courseworktransferredoracceptedforcredittowardanundergraduateprogrammustrepresentcollegiatecourseworkrelevanttotheformalawardwithcoursecontentandlevelofinstructionresultinginstudentcompetenciesatleastequivalenttothoseofstudentsenrolledintheinstitutionsownundergraduateformalawardprograms.Inassessinganddocumentingequivalentlearningandqualifiedfacultyaninstitutionmayuserecognizedguideswhichaidintheevaluationforcredit.SuchguidesincludethosepublishedbytheAmericanCouncilonEducationTheAmericanAssociationofCollegiateRegistrarsandAdmissionsOfficersandtheNationalAssociationofForeignStudentAffairs.B.AcoursecompletedatotherregionallyorCouncilonOccupationalEducationaccreditedpostsecondaryinstitutionswithapassinggradewillbeacceptedfortransferaspotentiallycreditabletowardgraduationrequirements.AtransferstudentfromacollegiateinstitutionnotaccreditedbytheappropriateregionalassociationorCouncilonOccupationalEducationmayrequestanevaluationoftransfercreditsaftercompleting15semesterhourswithacumulativeGPAof2.0orabove.AtransfergradeofDwillonlybeacceptedwhenthetransferstudentscumulativeGPAis2.0orabove.Ifthestudenthasacumulative2.0orabovetheDgradewillbeacceptedthesameasfornativestudents.Creditmaybeextendedbasedonacomprehensiveevaluationofdemonstratedanddocumentedcompetenciesandpreviousformaltraining.AllforeigntranscriptsMUSTbeevaluatedbyanapprovedagencyandacopysentdirectlyfromtheagencytotheadmissionsofficeatNACC.AnexampleofsuchanagencyisLisanohttpwww.lisano-intl.comCREDITAWARDEDTHROUGHNON-TRADITIONALMEANSACCEPTANCEOFADVANCEDPLACEMENTCOURSESFOREQUIVALENTCOLLEGECREDITAdvancedPlacementcreditmaybeawardedbyNortheasttofreshmenwhowhileinhighschoolhavemadesatisfactorygradesinAPcoursesandhaveobtainedsatisfactoryscoresontheNationalExaminationofCollegeEntranceExaminationBoardCEEB.AdvancedPlacementcreditisofferedinthefollowingacademicsubjectsMINIMUMNACCSEM.HRS.SUBJECTSCOREEQUIVALENTCREDITEnglishComposition3ENG1013WesternCivilization3HIS1013AmericanHistoryIII3HIS201-2026GeneralBiology3BIO1034AnalyticGeometryandCalculus3MTH1254GeneralPhysics3PHY201orPHY2134GeneralChemistry3CHM104or1114NOTEOtherAdvancedPlacementcoursestaughtintheCollegesserviceareawillbeaccepted.Othersuchcourseswillbepresentedtothedivisionchairsfordetermination.THETOTALNUMBEROFCREDITHOURSAWARDEDFROMADVANCEDPLACEMENTCREDITCANNOTEXCEED16SEMESTERHOURS.CREDITAWARDEDBYNORTHEASTDOESNOTINDICATETHATFOURYEARORTRANSFERINSTITUTIONSWILLAWARDCREDIT.ITISTHESTUDENTSRESPONSIBILITYTOVERIFYCREDITWITHTHEOTHERINSTITUTION.MILITARYSERVICECREDITStudentswhohavehadactivemilitaryservicemayreceivecreditinphysicaleducationlessanycompletedpriortomilitaryserviceasfollowsfromthreetosixmonthsthreesemesterhoursformorethansixmonthsfoursemesterhours.ContacttheDeanofStudentServicesforfurtherinformation.Militarycreditorotherexperientiallearningmustnotexceed25percentofthecredithoursappliedtowardadegree.StudentswhodesiretoreceivecollegecreditfortheirmilitarytrainingshouldrequestaJointServicesTranscriptJST.AllenlistedofficersandwarrantofficersbothactiveandveteransfromallArmycomponentsCoastGuardMarineCorpsandNavyareeligibletoreceivefreeofficialtranscriptsfromJST.IndividualsinterestedinafreeofficialJSTshouldrequestatranscriptathttpsjst.doded.mil.AirForcepersonnelshouldcontactCommunityCollegeoftheAirForceCCAFatwww.au.af.milauccaftranscripts.asptoobtainofficialtranscripts.StudentsrequestingtranscriptsshouldaskthatthetranscriptbesentdirectlytotheAdmissionsOfficeNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegePOBox159RainsvilleAL35986. Northeast17COLLEGELEVELEXAMINATIONPROGRAMCLEPNortheastawardscreditearnedthroughCLEPexaminationsprovidedminimumscoresareachievedandcertainconditionsaremet.Aminimumscoreatorabovethe50thpercentileonbothGENERALEXAMINATIONSandSUBJECTEXAMINATIONSisrequiredforcredit.CreditthroughGENERALEXAMINATIONSisgrantedonlyiftheexamsweretakenbeforeenteringcollegeorduringthefirstsemesterprovidedthestudenthasnotbeenenrolledinacomparablecourseformorethanoneweek.CreditforSUBJECTEXAMINATIONSisgrantedprovidedthestudenthasnotbeenenrolledformorethanoneweekinthecourseforwhichcreditistobeearned.CLEPcreditisnotgrantedforcollegelevelcoursespreviouslyfailedforcoursesinwhichcreditforhigherlevelcourseworkhasbeenearnedorforbothSUBJECTEXAMINATIONanditscourseequivalent.OfficialScorereportsmustbereceivedbythecollegedirectlyfromEducationalTestingService.CREDITAWARDEDBYNORTHEASTDOESNOTINDICATETHATFOUR-YEARORTRANSFERINSTITUTIONSWILLAWARDCREDIT.ITISTHESTUDENTSRESPONSIBILITYTOVERIFYCREDITWITHTHEOTHERINSTITUTION.AcademiccreditmaybegrantedforotherofficiallydocumentedlearningexperiencesaccordingtoAmericanCouncilonEducationrecommendations. FINANCIALINFORMATIONAtNortheastyoucangetagreateducationbutstillhavethecomfortsofhome.WhenIamoncampusIfeelverycomfortableanditssoeasytofindpeopletohelpyou.ItsveryaffordableandagreatplacetostartmycollegecareerAllisonMajorGeneralStudies Northeast19OTHERCOSTSLateRegistrationFeeincurredifregistrationisnotcompletedondesignateddatewithoutspecialprovisionbeingmade.....................................25.00ReturnedCheckFee............................................................25.00GraduationExpenseAfeeoftheactualcostofgraduationischarged.Feesfordropsaddsparkingdecalstranscriptsandapplicationshavebeeneliminated.StudentsmaypaytuitionandfeesbycheckcashmoneyorderMasterCardVisaorDiscoverCard.FEESANDTUITIONARESUBJECTTOCHANGEWITHOUTNOTICEUPONACTIONBYTHECOLLEGESGOVERNINGBODY.GUIDELINESFORDETERMININGSTUDENTELIGIBILITYFORIN-STATEOROUT-OF-STATETUITIONRATESForpurposesofassessingtuitionapplicantsforadmissionshallbeclassifiedinoneofthreecategoriesasoutlinedbelow1.1ResidentStudentAResidentStudentshallbechargedthein-statetuitionrateestablishedbytheStateBoardofEducation.1.11AResidentStudentisanapplicantforadmissionwhoisacitizenoftheUnitedStatesoradulyregisteredresidentintheStateofAlabamaforatleast12monthsimmediatelyprecedingapplicationforadmissionorwhosenon-estrangedspousehasresidedandhadhabitationhomeandpermanentabodeintheStateofAlabamaforatleast12monthsimmediatelyprecedingapplicationforadmission.Consequentlyanout-of-statestudentcannotattainResidentStudentstatussimplybyattendingschoolfortwelvemonthsintheStateofAlabama.1.12InthecaseofminordependentsseekingadmissiontheparentsparentorlegalguardianofsuchminordependentmusthaveresidedintheStateofAlabamaforatleast12monthsimmediatelyprecedingapplicationforadmission.Iftheparentsaredivorcedresidencewillbedeterminedbytheresidencyoftheparenttowhomthecourthasgrantedcustody.MINORAnindividualwhobecauseofagelacksthecapacitytocontractunderAlabamalaw.Undercurrentlawthismeansasingleindividualunder19yearsofageandamarriedindividualunder18yearsofagebutexcludesanindividualwhosedisabilitiesofnonagehavebeenremovedbyacourtofcompetentjurisdictionforareasonotherthanestablishingalegalresidenceinAlabama.Ifcurrentlawchangesthisdefinitionshallchangeaccordingly.SUPPORTINGPERSONEitherorbothoftheparentsofthestudentiftheparentsarelivingtogetheroriftheparentsaredivorcedorlivingALABAMARESIDENTNON-RESIDENTSemesterHoursREGULARCLASSDistanceLearningREGULARCLASSDistanceLearningTuitionFacilityTechSpecBldgBondTotalTuitionFacilityTechSpecBldgBondTotal1113991011421422269910125525522261818202284284452181820251051033392727303426426678272730376576544523636404568568904363640410201020556545455057107101130454550512751275667854546068528521356545460615301530779163637079949941582636370717851785890472728081136113618087272808204020409101781819091278127820348181909229522951011309090100101420142022609090100102550255011124399991101115621562248699991101128052805121356108108120121704170427121081081201230603060131469117117130131846184629381171171301333153315141582126126140141988198831641261261401435703570151695135135150152130213033901351351501538253825161808144144160162272227236161441441601640804080171921153153170172414241438421531531701743354335182034162162180182556255640681621621801845904590192147171171190192698269842941711711901948454845202260180180200202840284045201801802002051005100212373189189210212982298247461891892102153555355222486198198220223124312449721981982202256105610232599207207230233266326651982072072302358655865242712216216240243408340854242162162402461206120Out-of-statetuitioncostsarewaivedforthosestudentswhoareresidentsofGeorgiacountiesBartowCatoosaChattoogaDadeFloydGordonHardisonPolkWalkerandWhitfieldandTennesseecountiesofFranklinHamiltonLincolnandMarionservedbyNortheast.FINANCIALINFORMATION Northeast20separatelytheneithertheparenthavinglegalcustodyorifdifferenttheparentprovidingthegreateramountoffinancialsupport.Ifbothparentsaredeceasedorifneitherhaslegalcustodysupportingpersonshallmeaninthefollowingorderthelegalcustodianofthestudenttheguardianandtheconservator.1.13IndeterminingResidentStudentstatusforthepurposeofchargingtuitiontheburdenofprooflieswiththeapplicantforadmission.A.StudentshavinggraduatedfromanAlabamahighschoolorhavingobtainedaGEDinthestateofAlabamawithintwoyearsofthedateofapplicationforadmissionshallbeconsideredResidentialstudentsfortuitionpurposes.B.Anindividualclaimingtobearesidentshallcertifybyasignedstatementeachofthefollowing1.AspecificaddressorlocationwithintheStateofAlabamaashisorherresidence.2.Anintentiontoremainatthisaddressindefinitely.3.PossessionofmoresubstantialconnectionswiththeStateofAlabamathanwithanyotherstate.C.ThoughcertificationofanaddressandanintenttoremaininthestateindefinitelyshallbeprerequisitestoestablishingstatusasaresidentultimatedeterminationofthatstatusshallbemadebytheinstitutionbyevaluatingthepresenceorabsenceofconnectionswiththeStateofAlabama.Thisevaluationshallincludetheconsiderationofallofthefollowingconnections1.Considerationofthelocationofhighschoolgraduation.2.PaymentofAlabamastateincometaxesasaresident.3.Ownershipofaresidenceorotherrealpropertyinthestateandpaymentofstateadvaloremtaxesontheresidenceorproperty.4.Full-timeemploymentinthestate.5.Residenceinthestateofaspouseparentsorchildren.6.Previousperiodsofresidencyinthestatecontinuingforoneyearormore.7.VoterregistrationandvotinginthestatemoresignificantlycontinuingvoterregistrationinthestatethatinitiallyoccurredatleastoneyearpriortotheinitialregistrationofthestudentinAlabamaatapublicinstitutionofhighereducation.8.Possessionofstateorlocallicensestodobusinessorpracticeaprofessioninthestate.9.Ownershipofpersonalpropertyinthestatepaymentofstatetaxesonthepropertyandpossessionofstatelicenseplates.10.Continuousphysicalpresenceinthestateforapurposeotherthanattendingschoolexceptfortemporaryabsencesfortravelmilitaryserviceandtemporaryemployment.11.Membershipinreligiousprofessionalbusinesscivicorsocialorganizationsinthestate.12.Maintenanceinthestateofcheckingandsavingsaccountssafedepositboxesorinvestmentaccounts.13.In-stateaddressshownonselectiveserviceregistrationdriverslicenseautomobiletitleregistrationhuntingandfishinglicensesinsurancepoliciesstockandbondregistrationslastwillandtestamentannuitiesorretirementplans.1.14Studentsdeterminedtobeeligibleforresidenttuitionwillmaintainthateligibilityuponre-enrollmentwithinonefullacademicyearoftheirmostpreviousenrollmentunlessthereisevidencethatthestudentsubsequentlyhasabandonedresidentstatusforexampleregisteringtovoteinanotherstate.Studentsfailingtore-enrollwithinonefullacademicyearmustestablisheligibilityuponre-enrollment.2.1Non-ResidentStudentadditionalpersonsforresidenttuitionANon-ResidentStudentonewhodoesnotmeetthestandardofhavingresidedintheStateofAlabamaforatleast12monthsimmediatelyprecedingapplicationforadmissionshallbechargedthein-statetuitionrateestablishedbytheStateBoardofEducationunderthefollowingcircumstancesprovidedsuchstudentisacitizenoftheUnitedStates.2.11Thedependentstudenta.whosesupportingpersonisafull-timepermanentemployeeoftheinstitutionatwhichthestudentisregisteringorb.whosesupportingpersoncanverifyfull-timepermanentemploymentinAlabamaandwillcommencesaidemploymentwithin90daysofregistrationorc.whosesupportingpersonisamemberoftheUnitedStatesmilitaryonfull-timeactivedutystationedinAlabamaunderordersfordutiesotherthanattendingschoolor Northeast21d.whosesupportingpersonisanaccreditedmemberofaconsularstaffassignedtodutiesinAlabama.2.12ThestudentisnotadependentasdefinedbyInternalRevenueCodeswhoa.isafull-timepermanentemployeeoftheinstitutionatwhichthestudentisregisteringoristhespouseofsuchanemployeeorb.canverifyfull-timepermanentemploymentwithintheStateofAlabamaoristhespouseofsuchanemployeeandwillcommencesaidemploymentwithin90daysofregistrationwiththeinstitutionorc.isamemberoforthespouseofamemberoftheUnitedStatesmilitaryonfull-timeactivedutystationedinAlabamaunderordersfordutiesotherthanattendingschoolord.isanaccreditedmemberoforthespouseofanaccreditedmemberofaconsularstaffassignedtodutiesinAlabama.2.13IndeterminingNon-ResidentStudentstatusforthepurposeofchargingtuitiontheburdenofprooflieswiththeapplicantforadmission.Thecollegemayrequestproofthattheapplicantmeetsthestipulationsnotedabovepriortoadmission.REFUNDPOLICY1.RefundforCompleteWithdrawalAstudentwhoofficiallyorunofficiallywithdrawsfromallclassesbeforethefirstdayofclasswillberefundedthetotaltuitionandotherinstitutionalcharges.AstudentwhoofficiallyorunofficiallywithdrawscompletelyonorafterthefirstdayofclassbutpriortotheendofthethirdweekofclasswillberefundedaccordingtothewithdrawaldateasfollowsWithdrawalduringfirstweek75oftuitionandotherinstitutionalchargesWithdrawalduringsecondweek50oftuitionandotherinstitutionalchargesWithdrawalduringthirdweek25oftuitionandotherinstitutionalchargesWithdrawalafterendofthirdweekNorefund2.AdministrativeFeeAnadministrativefeenottoexceed5percentoftuitionandotherinstitutionalchargesor100whicheverissmallershallbeassessedforeachwithdrawalwithintheperiodbeginningthefirstdayofclassandendingattheendofthethirdweekofclass.3.RefundforPartialWithdrawalStudentswhodonotcompletelywithdrawfromthecollegebutdropaclassduringtheregulardropaddperiodwillberefundedthedifferenceintuitionpaidandthetuitionrateapplicabletothereducednumberofhoursincludingfeesappropriatetotheclassesdropped.Thereisnorefundduetoastudentwhopartiallywithdrawsaftertheofficialdropaddperiod.4.RefundinCompliancewithFederalRegulationsAllcollegesshallcomplywithfederalregulationsrelativetorefundoftuitionandotherinstitutionalchargesforfirsttimefirst-termTitleIVrecipients.5.RefundforAlabamaNationalGuardandReservistsCalledtoActiveDutyStudentswhoareactivemembersoftheAlabamaNationalGuardorreservistsorwhoareactivedutymilitarywhoarecalledtoactivedutyinthetimeofnationalcrisisshallreceiveafulltuitionrefundatthetimeofwithdrawalifsuchstudentisunabletocompletethetermduetoactivedutyordersorassignmenttoanotherlocation.REGISTRATIONPROCESSFORINSTITUTIONALPRIVATEANDAGENCYSCHOLARSHIPSFirst-timestudentsorreturningstudentswhohavemissedmorethanonesemesteratNortheastmuststarttheregistrationprocessattheAdmissionsOfficeintheStudentCenter.Allotherstudentswillstarttheregistrationprocessbymeetingwiththeiracademicadvisors.Eachsemesterastudentcanpre-registerforclasseswiththeacademicadvisororonlinethroughtheNOAHaccount.Astudentmaypre-registeronlineonlyifauthorizedbytheadvisor.Recipientsofprivatescholarshipscivicclubschurchescorporationsandbusinessesetc.shouldtakeproofofscholarshiptoSheilaHairstonintheFinancialAidOffice.StudentswhosetuitionisbeingpaidbyanagencyorgovernmentalsourceWIATRAGIDependentsVocRehabVARehabshouldseeJenniferBrownintheFinancialAidOffice.SCHOLARSHIPSInstitutionalscholarshipsareprovidedbyNortheastasauthorizedbytheAlabamaStateBoardofEducationtohighschoolseniorswhowillattendNortheast.StudentsmustcompletetheScholarshipApplicationtoqualifyforinstitutionalscholarships.TheseapplicationsareprovidedtopostedontheNACCwebsitehttpwww.nacc.edufinancialscholarships.htminNovemberofeachyear.ThedeadlinetoapplyislateJanuary.Institutionalscholarshipsarecategorizedbelow.ACADEMICSCHOLARSHIPSRecipientsofthesescholarshipsreceivetuitioncovering112timesthelengthoftheprograminwhichtheyareenrolledwiththetotalnottoexceed82semesterhours.Scholarshipsarerenewedeachfallsemester.TheselectionisbasedonoutstandingacademicrecordsclassstandinggradepointaverageACTcompositescoreetc..Uponreceiptoftheabovescholarshipsstudentsarerequiredto1registerfor12ormorehourseachsemesterfallandspringsummerattendanceisoptional2maintaina3.0gradepointaverageoraboveeachsemester.PRESIDENTIALHOSTSCHOLARSHIPSRecipientsofthesescholarshipsreceivetuitioncovering112timesthelengthoftheprograminwhichtheyareenrolledwiththetotalnottoexceed82semesterhours.Scholarshipsarerenewedeach Northeast22fallsemester.TheselectionisbasedonoutstandingacademicrecordsclassstandinggradepointaverageACTcompositescoreandaninterview.PERFORMINGARTSSCHOLARSHIPSThesescholarshipsareavailableinvoicepianoinstrumentsdramavisualartsquizbowlandyearbook.Thesescholarshipsprovidefulltuitionfor112timesthelengthoftheprograminwhichtheyareenrolledwiththetotalnottoexceed82semesterhours.Scholarshipsarerenewedeachfallsemester.Requirementsare1Beafull-timeNortheaststudent12ormorehours2Maintaina2.5overallgradepointaverage3Participateinactivityinareaawardingscholarship.4ArtMusicandTheatrescholarshiprecipientsmustenrollinatleastonecourseinthescholarshipdisciplineeachsemester.TECHNICALSCHOLARSHIPSThesescholarshipsaredesignedtoenhanceenrollmentinthevocationaltechnicalAASprogramsandwillbeawardedbasedontheenrollmentneedsofeachprogram.Recipientsmayreceivefulltuitioncovering112timesthelengthoftheprograminwhichtheyareenrolledwiththetotalnottoexceed82semesterhours.Scholarshipsarerenewedeachfallsemester.Studentsarerequiredto1registerforatleast12hourseachsemester2maintainatleasta2.5overallgradepointaverageeachsemesterand3beenrolledinatechnicalprogram.SPECIALSCHOLARSHIPAWARDTheBOOSHOWELLTECHNICALSCHOLARSHIPissponsoredbyAcordisIndustrialFibersofScottsboroandisawardedtotwostudentswhoaremajoringinthefieldofindustrialelectronicsandwhointendtopursueacareerinindustrialmaintenance.Eligibleapplicantsmustbeabletodemonstrateafinancialneedandcannotbereceivingfinancialassistancefromothersources.AnyoneinterestedinthisscholarshipshouldcontactSusanBarron.AGENCYSPONSORSHIPPROGRAMSNortheastparticipatesinthefollowingagencyprogramswhichassistqualifiedstudentswithfundingandorservicesWORKFORCEINVESTMENTACTWIATRADEREADJUSTMENTACTTRAVETERANSADMINISTRATIONREHABILITATIONVOCATIONALREHABILITATIONALABAMACOMMISSIONONINDIANAFFAIRSNortheastwillassiststudentsinterestedintheseprogramsbyreferringthemtothepropersponsorshipagencyandbycoordinatingfundingandservicesprovidedbyanagency.EMPLOYERSPONSOREDPROGRAMSNortheastalsocoordinatesemployersponsorshipprogramsthroughtheFinancialAidOffice.COMMUNITYBASEDSCHOLARSHIPSThestudentsoftheNortheastserviceareareceivewidescholarshipsupportbycommunitycitizensorganizationsandbusinesses.ListedbelowarescholarshipsthatareannuallyawardedAlabamaGrocersAlphaDeltaKappaAmericanLegionAmericanLegionAuxiliaryBryant-JordanScholarAthleteScholarshipProgramDARKateDuncanSmithSchoolClubsOrganizationsDeKalbCountyDemocratClubDeltaKappaGammaSociety-AlphaThetaChapterFarmersTelecommunicationsCooperativeFirstBaptistChurchofFortPayneFNBofScottsboroFortPayneHighSchoolClubsOrganizationsJacksonCountyEducationAssociationKellerLoggingLadiesAuxiliaryVFW6073LibertySteelMaryLedfordMemorialMcDonaldsNorthJacksonHighSchoolClubsOrganizationsNorthSandMountainHighSchoolClubsOrganizationsNucorandVulcraftCorporationsPisgahCivitansPisgahFamilyPharmacyPisgahHighSchoolClubsOrganizationsPlainviewHighSchoolClubsOrganizationsRandallsChapelUnitedMethodistWomenRuritanClubsScottsboroHighSchoolClubsOrganizationsScottsboroKiwanisClubScottsboroVFW6073SectionPharmacySkylineHighSchoolClubsOrganizationsSolaElectricThomasMemorialThreeArtsClubofFortPayneValleyHeadWomansClubWalmartScholarshipThesescholarshipsrepresentawardsforwhichNortheastdoesnotparticipateintheselectionofrecipients.Theabovelistedscholarshipsrepresentsponsorswhoregularlyawardscholarships.Therearenumerousotherscholarshipsawarded Northeast23eachyearthatmayormaynotbeawardedthefollowingyear.Alsothelistabovemayormaynotincludescholarshipsponsorswhoworkdirectlywithhighschoolcounselorsorrepresentatives.MUALPHATHETASUMMERHONORSSCHOLARSHIPCurrentlyenrolledmembersofMuAlphaThetaareeligibletoapplyfortheMuAlphaThetaSummerHonorsScholarship.Applicationsaredueinthespringofeachyear.Thescholarshipmustbeusedduringthesummersemestertofundtuitionbooksandorsupplies.PleasecontactMilahBrelandGregMillicanorAdamNiblettintheMathematicsScienceandEngineeringTechnologyCenterformoreinformationandanapplication.SENIORADULTSCHOLARSHIPPROGRAMTheAlabamaStateBoardofEducationhasauthorizedaSeniorAdultScholarshipProgramatNortheastThescholarshipautomaticallywaivestuitionforcollege-creditcoursesforanystudentwhois60yearsofageorolderandwhomeetstheadmissionsstandardsoftheCollegeandprogram.Thescholarshipsapplyonlytocreditcoursesinwhichspaceisavailableandonlytotuition.Currentlyparticipantsmustpay9percredithourforfacilityrenewalfee9percredithourfortechnologyfee1percredithourforBondSuretyfeeand10percredithourforSpecialBuildingfeeALABAMAG.I.DEPENDENTSSCHOLARSHIPPROGRAMAlabamaDepartmentofVeteransAffairsoffersfinancialassistancetoeligibledependentschildstepchildspouseorunremarriedwidowerofdisabledveteranslivingordeceasedwhowerepermanentcivilianresidentsofAlabamapriortoentryintomilitaryservice.Specialconsiderationisgiventopermanentlyandtotallydisabledveteranswhoarebonafideresidentsorwerepriortotheirdeath.OtherqualifyingveteranscategoriesareformerprisonersofwarPOWdeclaredmissinginactionMIAandthosewhodiedinservice.Maximumeducationalbenefitsincludefreetuitionrequiredtextbooksandlaboratoryfeesforfourstandardacademicyearsoraprescribedtechnicalcourseatanystatesupportedjuniororcommunitycollegeuniversityortechnicalschool.Currentlyparticipantsmustpay9percredithourforfacilityrenewalfeeand10percredithourforSpecialBuildingfee.Thisprogramwillnotpayfortuitionorbooksfordevelopmentalcourses.Dependentchildrenmustfileanapplicationpriortoage26maybeextendedtoage30incertaincases.Aspouseorwidowerdoesnothaveafilingdeadlineoragelimitation.FormoreinformationandapplicationprocedurescontactyournearestVeteransAffairsOfficelocatedineachcountycourthouseoryoumaywritetotheAlabamaG.I.DependentsScholarshipProgramP.O.Box1509MontgomeryAL361021509.StudentswhoqualifyforAlabamabenefitsbooksandtuitionshouldcontacttheFinancialAidOffice.VAEDUCATIONALBENEFITSMONTHLYCHECKPROGRAMSThecollegeisapprovedforveteranstraining.StudentswhoareeligibleformonthlyVAeducationalassistancechecksshouldcontacttheFinancialAidOfficeintheWallaceBuildingforadditionalinformation.ThisofficewillsubmittheproperpaperworktotheVeteransAdministrationonbehalfofveteransGIDependentswhoareeligibleforChapter35federalbenefitsNationalGuardsmenReservistsandVARehabilitationstudents.SUSPENSIONFROMVABENEFITSItisthepolicyforVAeducationalbenefitsrecipientsatNortheasttoachievecertainacademicstandardsofprogresssatisfactorytotheVeteransAdministrationsrulesandregulations.ThereforeinordertocomplywiththeVeteransAdministrationG.I.BillofRightsthefollowingminimalcumulativegradepointaveragesmustbeachieved1-24semesterhours1.525-48semesterhours1.7549ormoresemesterhours2.0Itisnotintendedforthispolicytobeinconflictwithapprovedinstitutionalpoliciesrelativetoprobationandsuspension.TheremaybecasesinwhichaVAeducationalbenefitsrecipientcouldremainenrolledatNortheastasaregularstudentwhocouldnotmaketheseminimalcumulativegradepointaverageshoweverheorshewouldbesuspendedfromVAeducationalassistancepayments.FINANCIALAIDPROGRAMAFAFSAFreeApplicationforFederalStudentAidmustbesubmittedtodetermineeligibilityforfinancialassistanceincludingPellstudentloansAlabamaStudentAssistanceProgramGrantFederalSupplementalEducationalOpportunityGrantFederalWork-Studyandcertainscholarships.www.fafsa.govStudentswillalsoneedtoobtainaPINnumberatwww.pin.ed.govtoe-signtheFAFSA.ParentsofdependentstudentsmustobtainaPINalso.TohavefundsavailablebythefirstdayofclassstudentsshouldcompletetheFAFSA3to4weeksinadvance.FAFSAworksheetsforwebapplicationsareavailablefromhighschoolguidancecounselorsorfromtheFinancialAidOffice.SPECIALCIRCUMSTANCESEligibilityisnormallybasedupontheprioryearsincome.Undercertaincircumstanceshowevereligibilitymaybebasedoncurrentincome.Deathofaparentoraspouselossofincomeduetonaturaldisasterunemploymentordisplacedworkerstatusmayallowonetofileforspecialconditionsandbaseeligibilityoncurrentincome.AstudentwithoneoftheseconditionsshouldcontacttheFinancialAidOffice. Northeast24GENERALINFORMATIONTheobjectiveoftheFinancialAidProgramistoassiststudentswhohaveafinancialneedbyprovidinganaidpackagethatmayincludescholarshipsgrantsloansandworkoncampus.Theprimaryresponsibilityformeetingcollegecostslieswiththestudentsfamilyandwiththestudent.Afinancialneedisestablishedwhenitisdeterminedthattheresourcesofthefamilyexpectedfamilycontributiondonotmeetthecostofattendingaparticularcollege.Costsincludeitemssuchasboardbooksandsuppliespersonalexpensesandallowabletransportationcosts.Forfinancialaidpurposesthecostofattendancebudgetfordependentandindependentstudentsis12730.Astudentscomputedfinancialneedisthetotalcostofattendingaparticularcollegeminustheexpectedfamilycontribution.Anystudentenrolledoranyprospectivestudentmayapplyforfinancialaid.Howevernoofferoffinancialassistancewillbemadeuntilthestudenthasbeenacceptedforadmission.VERIFICATIONOFSTUDENTAIDINFORMATIONVerificationisaprocessusedtomakesurethattheinformationapplicantsreportisaccurate.Thispreventsineligiblestudentsfromreceivingaidbyreportingfalseinformationanditensuresthateligiblestudentsreceivealloftheaidforwhichtheyarequalified.EachyeartheDepartmentofEducationselectsagroupofapplicationsforverification.SomeoftheseapplicantsareselectedbecauseofFAFSAinformationthatisinconsistentwithinformationelsewhereontheapplicationothersarechosenatrandom.Inanycaseastudentwhoseapplicationisselectedmustgivethefinancialaidofficecertaindocumentationtoshowthattheapplicationinformationiscorrect.Thesoonerthestudentverifiesthisinformationthesoonerheshewillbeabletoreceivefinancialaidifeligible.TheStudentMustApplyforAidEachSchoolYear.TheprioritydeadlinetoapplyforfinancialaidisJuly15th.FSEOGfundsandASAPfundsareawardedtothosestudentswiththegreatestneed.Studentswhoapplyaftertheprioritydeadlinearegivenconsiderationonlyiffundsareavailable.FEDERALTITLEIVAIDANDPROGRAMSAVAILABLENEEDBASEDFEDERALPELLGRANTThePellGrantisanentitlementprogramwhichdoesnothavetoberepaid.Theawardwillrangefrom600-5645peracademicyear.PellGrantpaymentswillbepaidtoeligiblestudentswhohaveacompletedFinancialAidFile.PellGrantmoneywillbeavailableforbookpurchasesatTextbooksEtc.oneweekpriortofirstdayofclass.Anyfundsremainingwillbepaiddirectlytothestudentbycheck.TheBusinessOfficewillissueandmailcheckswithin14calendardaysafterthefirstdayofclass.FEDERALSUPPLEMENTALEDUCATIONALOPPORTUNITYGRANTFSEOGTheFederalSupplementalEducationalOpportunityGrantmayrangefrom300to1200peracademicyearanddoesnothavetoberepaid.ItisbasedonthelowestexpectedfamilycontributionEFC.TheBusinessOfficewillissueandmailchecksinatimelymanner.ALABAMASTUDENTASSISTANCEPROGRAMGRANTASAPTheAlabamaStudentAssistanceProgramGrantmayrangefrom300to1200peracademicyearandisdeterminedbythelowestExpectedFamilyContributionEFCnumberandneedbased.TheBusinessOfficewillissueandmailchecksinatimelymanner.FEDERALCOLLEGEWORK-STUDYFederalCollegeWork-Studyprovidesjobsoncampusforstudentswhoneedfinancialaidandwhomustearnapartoftheireducationalexpenses.Studentsworkanaverageof15hoursperweekattheminimumwagerateandarepaidattheendofeachmonth.Limitedpositionsareavailableeachyear.TheBusinessOfficewillissuechecksonthelastdayofeachmonth.DIRECTLOANSToreceiveaDirectLoanstudentsMusthavesubmittedaFAFSA.MUSTcompleterequiredloancounselingintheFinancialAidOffice.FederalFamilyEducationLoansareeithersubsidizedorunsubsidized.Repaymentoftheseloanswillbeginsixmonthsafterthestudentsenrollmentleveldropsbelowhalf-time.Withasubsidizedloanyouwillnotbechargedanyinterestwhileenrolled.Withanunsubsidizedloanyouwillbechargedinterestfromthetimetheloanisdisburseduntilitispaidinfull.TheFederalFamilyEducationLoansareneed-basedloans.AnnualloanlimitswillbedeterminedusinginformationreceivedfromtheFreeApplicationforFederalStudentAidFAFSA.ENROLLMENTPOLICYStudentsmustbeenrolledoracceptedforenrollmentinaprogramleadingtoadegreeorcertificatefromNortheast.Studentsadmittedasspecialdualenrolledtemporarytransientpost-baccalaureateandnon-degreegraduatedonotmeetthisrequirement.Studentswillnotbepaidretroactivelyfortermsforwhichtheywereclassifiedasineligible.Thelistbelowcanbeusedtodetermineyourstatus.Fulltime12-24plussemesterhours34time9-11semesterhours12time6-8semesterhours14time1-5semesterhoursDEPENDENTINDEPENDENTPOLICYTheFederalGovernmenthasidentifiedforstudentfinancialassistanceprogramscertaincategoriesofstudentswhomustbeconsideredindependentfinancialaidapplicants.For2014-2015astudentisconsideredanindependentfinancialaidapplicantifheorshemeetsoneofthefollowingcriteriawasbornbeforeJanuary11991isaveteranoftheU.S.ArmedForces Northeast25isanorphanorwardofthecourthasalegaldependentotherthanaspouseisamarriedstudentisagraduateorprofessionalstudentseeFAFSAApplicationAnindependentfinancialaidapplicantisnotrequiredtosubmitparentalinformationintheapplicationprocess.Howeveriftheindependentapplicantismarriedspousalinformationmustbereported.Astudentwhocannotmeetatleastoneofthecriteriaisconsideredadependentapplicantandmustprovideparentalinformationintheapplicationprocess.NORTHEASTALABAMACOMMUNITYCOLLEGERETURNOFTITLEIVSTUDENTFINANCIALAIDFUNDSFORWITHDRAWALSSec.484B485a1F34CFR668.22TheHigherEducationAmendmentsof1998PublicLaw105-244TheHigherEducationAmendmentsof1998PublicLaw105-244changedsubstantiallythewayfundspaidtowardastudentseducationaretobehandledwhenarecipientofStudentFinancialAidProgramfundswithdrawsfromschool.Upthroughthe60pointineachpaymentperiodorperiodofenrollmentaproratascheduleisusedtodeterminehowmuchStudentFinancialAidSFAProgramfundsthestudenthasearnedatthetimeofwithdrawal.Afterthe60pointinthepaymentperiodorperiodofenrollmentastudenthasearned100oftheSFAProgramfunds.CalculationofAmountofSFAProgramAssistanceEarnedTheamountofSFAProgramassistanceearnedbythestudentisdeterminedbymultiplyingthepercentageofthepaymentperiodcompletedbythetotalamountofSFAProgramassistancethatwasdisbursedorthatcouldhavebeendisbursedforthepaymentperiodorperiodofenrollmentasofthedaythestudentwithdrew.PercentageofthePaymentPeriodorPeriodofEnrollmentCompletedThepercentageofthepaymentperiodorperiodofenrollmentcompletedisthetotalnumberofcalendardaysinthepaymentperiodorperiodofenrollmentforwhichtheassistanceisawardeddividedintothenumberofcalendardayscompletedinthatperiodasofthedaythestudentwithdrew.DispositionofDifferencesbetweenAmountEarnedandAmountReceivedIfthestudentreceiveslessSFAProgramassistancethantheamountearnedtheschoolmustcomplywiththeproceduresforlatedisbursementspecifiedbytheDepartmentinregulations.IfthestudentreceivesmoreSFAProgramassistancethantheamountearnedtheschoolorthestudentorbothmustreturntheunearnedfundsasrequiredandintheorderspecifiedbelow.ReturnofUnearnedSFAProgramFundsNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegemustreturnthelesserof-TheamountofSFAProgramfundsthatthestudentdoesnotearnorTheamountofinstitutionalcoststhatthestudentincurredforthepaymentperiodorperiodofenrollmentmultipliedbythepercentageoffundsthatwasnotearned.ThestudentmustreturnorrepayasappropriatetheremainingunearnedSFAProgramgrantfunds.MethodofReturnofFundsbytheStudentGrantoverpaymentsaresubjecttorepaymentarrangementssatisfactorytotheschooloroverpaymentcollectionproceduresprescribedbytheSecretaryofEducation.Intheeventofoverpaymentstudentswillbenotifiedoftermsofrepayment.OrderofReturnofSFAProgramFundsFederalStudentLoanFederalPellGrantsforthepaymentperiodforwhichareturnoffundsisrequired.FederalSupplementalEducationalOpportunityGrantsFSEOGforthepaymentperiodforwhichareturnoffundsisrequired.OtherassistanceunderthisTitleforwhichareturnoffundsisrequired.TypicalcostofeducationforstudentsattendingNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeduringtheacademicyear2014-2015isTuitionfeesin-state4260BooksSupplies1970RoomBoard3500Transportation2000PersonalMiscellaneous1000Total12730NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegestudentswhoregisterforclassesbenefitfromTitleIVstudentfinancialaidandthenwithdrawaresubjecttothewithdrawalpolicyasstatedintheHigherEducationAmendmentsof1998.StudentswhodonotrepaywillbereportedtotheFederalgovernmentforcollection.ProceduresforStudentsinDefaultofLoansStudentswhoowearepaymentonTitleIVfundsorwhoareindefaultonafederalloanarenoteligibletoreceiveTitleIVfundsandwillhaveaholdplacedontheirfileforregistrationandforrequestinganofficialtranscript.StudentsindefaultofafederalloanmustseetheStudentFinancialAidDirectorwhowillcounselthestudentconcerninghisherfinancialobligationsandassistthestudentincontacting Northeast26thelender.TheStudentFinancialAidDirectorwilldeterminewhetherthestudentcanenrollorreceiveanofficialtranscriptoncesatisfactoryrepaymentarrangementshavebegun.Follow-upcounselingsessionswillbescheduledeachsemesteruntilthestudentistakenoutofdefaultstatus.Studentswhorefusetoadheretothecounselingschedulewillnotbepermittedtoenrollinsubsequentsemestersorreceiveanacademictranscript.WhenreimbursementofTitleIVfundshasbeenmadeoraloanhasbeentakenoutofdefaultthestudentcanbereinstatedforfinancialaidregisterforclassesandbecomeeligibletoreceiveofficialtranscriptswithoutreviewbytheStudentFinancialAidDirector.ACADEMICREQUIREMENTSFORRECEIVINGFINANCIALAIDSatisfactoryAcademicProgressRequirementsTheHigherEducationActof1965asamendedmandatesthatinstitutionsofhighereducationestablishastandardofsatisfactoryacademicprogressforstudentswhoreceivefinancialaid.ThisstandardmustapplytothestudentsentireacademichistoryatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegewhetherTitleIVfinancialaidwasreceivedornot.InordertoremaineligibletoreceiveaidatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegestudentsmustmeetthestandardsspecifiedforacceptableacademicperformanceandforsatisfactoryprogresstowardcompletionoftheirprogramofstudy.IncrementalProgress.ToreceivefinancialaidatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeastudentmustcomplete66ofallattemptedcourseworkatNortheast.AcademicProgress.ToreceivefinancialaidatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeastudentmustmaintainaminimumGradePointAverageGPAof2.0.MaximumTimeFrame.Studentsmayreceiveconsiderationforfinancialaidduringthefirst96hoursofcourseworkattemptedatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeforatwo-yearprogrameligibilityislimitedto45hoursofattemptedcourseworkforaone-yearcertificateprogram.Thisappliesregardlessofwhetherornotthestudentreceivedfinancialaidforcoursework.Studentsmayreceivefundingforupto30hoursofrequiredremedialcoursework.ReviewProceduresSatisfactoryprogressismeasuredattheendofeachsemester.TheStudentFinancialAidOfficewilldetermineeachsemesterwhetherthestudenthassuccessfullycompletedtheminimumexpectednumberofhourswiththerequiredgradepointaverageandshowsprogresstowardtheeducationalobjectivesforallcompletedsemesters.AgradeofWwillbetreatedasattemptedcourseworkandwillbecomputedinthequantitativemeasureofsatisfactoryacademicprogress.GradesofABCDFandIwillbetreatedascompletedgradesandwillbetakenintoconsiderationwhencalculatingthenumberofhourscompletedandtheGPA.CourseRepeatsCoursesforwhichaABCorDwasreceivedmayberepeatedamaximumofonetime.Suchcoursesarecountedasenrollmentstowardthehoursattemptedforcalculationofrequiredgradepointaverageandthemaximumtimethestudentiseligibletoreceiveaid.FinancialAidwillnotbeprovidedforcoursestakenbyauditnorforanynon-creditcourseworknotleadingtoacertificateordegree.FinancialAidWarningProbationSuspensionTerminationFollowingthefirstsemesterinwhichthestandardsofacademicprogressarenotmetthestudentwillbeplacedonwarningorprobationforthenextsemester.Thestudentwhofailstomeetthestandardsofacademicprogressduringthesemesterofattendancewhileonprobationwillbeplacedonsuspensionforfinancialaidpurposesanddeniedfurtherfunding.Studentswhoaresuspendedfromaidmaybecomeeligibleagainbybringingthemselvesintocompliancewiththerequirementsattheirownexpense.Studentswhohaveattempted9645hoursseemaximumtimeframeareautomaticallyineligibleforfinancialaidandareplacedonfinancialaidtermination.AppealAstudentwhosefinancialaidhasbeensuspendedorterminatedmaysubmitanappealtotheDirectorofStudentFinancialAidforconsiderationofmitigatingcircumstances.AppealformsareavailableintheStudentFinancialAidOffice.Theappealmustbeinwritingandsupportingdocumentationregardingspecialcircumstancesmustbeprovided.Appealsareconsideredforextenuatingcircumstancessuchasseriouspersonalinjuryillnessdeathintheimmediatefamilyorunduehardship.Studentswhohavetheirappealsapprovedwillcontinueonfinancialaidprobationprovidedthestudentmeetsthetermsandconditionssetforthintheappealapprovalletter.2013-2014CharlesM.PendleyFoundersChairAwardgiventoMs.MistyChapman.PicturedattheannouncementareDr.JoeBurkeVicePresidentDeanofInstructionJoyceKennamerPatFreemanandKathyCookCommitteeMembersLoraMaeDavisCommitteeChairMistyChapmanMostOutstandingFacultyMemberatNACCDr.DavidCampbellNACCPresidentandSherieGraceDeanofStudentServices.Theawardhasbeengivenannuallyfor30years. IfeelcomfortableknowingthatImonacampuswithdedicatedteacherswhoputforthanefforttohelpstudentswheninneed.Ienjoymeetingnewpeopleoncampusandtheinteractionsthroughorganizationsandclubsmakesiteasytogettoknoweveryoneandhavefunatthesametime.IchoseNACCbecauseIbelieveitisthebestwayformetostartmycollegeeducationandthereareplentyofopportunitiesforhelpifyouneedit.AlexMajorPhysicalTherapyACADEMICREQUIREMENTSREGULATIONS Northeast28ACADEMICREQUIREMENTSANDREGULATIONSGRADINGSYSTEMLettergradeswillbeassignedforallcoursesforwhichstudentshaveregisteredasfollowsAExcellentBGoodCAverageDPoorFFailureWWithdrawalIIncompleteAUAuditSatisfactorygradesareABandC.AlthoughDisapassitisnotconsideredassatisfactorywork.StudentsmustholdaCaveragetograduate.TheAssociateDegreeNursingPracticalNursingandEmergencyMedicalServicesProgramsaregovernedbyseparategradingpolicies.AgradeofWisassignedtoallstudentswhoofficiallywithdraw.AgradeofWwillnotbeusedincomputingthestudentssemestergradepointaverage.FailuretoofficiallywithdrawresultsinagradeofF.AgradeofFwillbeassignedtoastudentwhofailstomeettherequirementsofacourse.IfagradeofIIncompleteisgrantedbyaninstructorthestudentmustcompletethecourseinthefollowingsemester.IfthestudentfailstocompletethecourseduringthatsemestertheIncompleteautomaticallybecomesanF.Astudentwhowishestoauditacoursemusthavethepermissionoftheinstructorconcerned.Studentsenrollingasauditorsfollowtheregularadmissionandregistrationproceduresandaregovernedbytheregulationsappliedtoregularstudents.Anauditorpaystheregularcoursefeesbutisnotrequiredtoparticipateinclassdiscussionstaketestsmakereportsandtakethefinalexaminationanddoesnotreceivecredit.TheauditorislistedontheclassrollandreceivesAuditonthefinalgradereport.StudentsmaychangefromCredittoAuditorfromAudittoCreditonlyduringtheDrop-Addperiodatthebeginningofthesemesterbutmaynotchangethereafter.COURSEFORGIVENESS1.IfastudentrepeatsacoursethelastgradeawardedexcludinggradesofWandWPreplacesthepreviousgradeinthecomputationofthecumulativegradepointaverage.Thegradepointaverageduringtheterminwhichthecoursewasfirstattemptedwillnotbeaffected.StudentsadmittedtoTeacherEducationprogramswillhaveallgradesforthecourserepeatedcalculatedinthecumulativeGPA.Theofficialtranscriptwilllistthecourseandgradeeachtimeitisattempted.2.Whenacourseisrepeatedmorethanonceallgradesforthecourseexcludingthefirstgradewillbeemployedincomputationofthecumulativegradepointaverage.Officialrecordsattheinstitutionwilllisteachcourseinwhichastudenthasenrolled.3.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytorequestoftheregistrarthattheforgivenesspolicybeimplemented.ACADEMICBANKRUPTCYAstudentmayrequestinwritingtotheregistrartodeclareacademicbankruptcyunderthefollowingconditions1.Iffewerthanthree3calendaryearshaveelapsedsincethesemestertermforwhichthestudentwishestodeclarebankruptcythestudentmaydeclareacademicbankruptcyonallcourseworktakenduringthatonesemestertermprovidedthestudenthastakenaminimumof18semestercredithoursofcourseworkattheinstitutionsincethebankruptcysemestertermoccurred.Allcourseworktakenevenhourscompletedsatisfactorilyduringthesemestertermforwhichacademicbankruptcyisdeclaredwillbedisregarded.Thesecourseswillnotbecountedinthecumulativegradepointaverage.2.Ifthree3ormorecalendaryearshaveelapsedsincethemostrecentsemestertermforwhichthestudentwishestodeclarebankruptcythestudentmaydeclareacademicbankruptcyonallcourseworktakenduring1-3semesterstermsprovidedthestudenthastakenaminimumof18semestercredithoursofcourseworkattheinstitutionsincethebankruptcysemestertermoccurred.Allcourseworktakenevenhourscompletedsatisfactorilyduringsemestertermsforwhichacademicbankruptcyisdeclaredwillbedisregarded.Thesecourseswillnotbecountedinthecumulativegradepointaverage.3.WhenacademicbankruptcyisdeclaredthetermACADEMICBANKRUPTCYwillbereflectedonthetranscriptforeachsemestertermaffected.4.WhenacademicbankruptcyisdeclaredthetranscriptwillreflectthesemestertermofitsimplementationandthetranscriptwillbestampedACADEMICBANKRUPTCYIMPLEMENTED.5.Astudentmaydeclareacademicbankruptcyonlyonce.6.Implementationofacademicbankruptcyataninstitutiondoesnotguaranteethatotherinstitutionswillapprovesuchaction.Thisdeterminationwillbemadebytherespectivetransferinstitutions.QUALITYPOINTSToevaluatetheacademicstandingofstudentsthefollowingqualitypointsareassignedtogradesA4qualitypointsperhourB3qualitypointsperhourC2qualitypointsperhourD1qualitypointperhourF0qualitypointsperhour Northeast29ThestudentsacademicstandingorqualitypointaverageisobtainedbydividingthetotalnumberofqualitypointsbythetotalnumberofattemptedsemesterhoursforwhichthegradesofABCDorFareassigned.Acourserepeatediscountedasmanytimesassuchgradesarerecorded.DEGREESANDAWARDS1.Communitycollegesareauthorizedtoofferprogramsofstudyleadingtotheassociateinartstheassociateinsciencetheassociateinappliedsciencedegreetheassociateinappliedtechnologytheassociateinoccupationaltechnologiescertificateprogramsandshorttermcertificateprograms.2.Juniorcollegesareauthorizedtoofferprogramsofstudyleadingtotheassociateinartstheassociateinsciencetheassociateinappliedsciencedegreecertificateprogramsandshorttermcertificateprograms.3.TechnicalcollegesareauthorizedtoofferprogramsofstudyleadingtotheassociateinappliedSciencedegreetheassociateinappliedtechnologydegreetheassociateinoccupationaltechnologiescertificateprogramsdiplomaprogramsandshorttermcertificateprograms.4.Institutionsareauthorizedtoemployallpedagogicallysoundinstructionaldeliveryoptionstoincludevariousdistancelearningformatsinofferingthesedegreecertificateanddiplomaprograms.Theinstitutionofferingdistancelearningcoursesandorprogramsofinstructionisresponsibleforensuringthatsuchcoursesandorprogramsareofthesameacademicqualityasallotherinstructionofferedbythecollege.Additionallytheinstitutionisresponsibleforensuringthatitsdistancelearningofferingsareinaccordancewiththerequirementsofthevariousregionalandnationalaccreditingagencies.5.Theassociateinartsandassociateinsciencedegreeprogramsaredesignedforstudentswhoplantotransfertoaseniorinstitutioninordertopursueacourseofstudyintheliberalartssciencesoraspecializedprofessionalfield.6.Theassociateinartsandassociateinsciencedegreeprogramsshallbecomprisedofatleast60semestercredithoursbutnomorethan64semestercredithours.7.GuidelinesfordistributionofcoursesandareasofstudywithintheassociateinartsandassociateinsciencedegreeprogramsincludinggeneraleducationcomponentswillbeestablishedbytheChancellor.8.Theassociateinappliedsciencedegreeprogramisdesignedforstudentswhoplantoseekemploymentbaseduponthecompetenciesandskillsattainedthroughthoseprogramsofstudy.Whilenotdesignedtomeettheneedsofstudentswhotransfertoseniorinstitutionsportionsoftheseprogramsmaydoso.9.Theassociateinappliedsciencedegreeshallbecomprisedofatleast60semestercredithoursbutnomorethan76semestercredithours.10.Guidelinesfordistributionrequirementsforcoursesandareasofstudywithintheassociateinappliedscienceandassociateinappliedtechnologydegreeprogramsincludinggeneraleducationcomponentsandexceptionstomaximumcredithourrequirementswillbeestablishedbythechancellor.11.Guidelinesfordistributionrequirementsforcoursesandmajorsofstudywithintheassociateinoccupationaltechnologiesdegreeclustersincludinggeneraleducationcomponentsexceptionstomaximumcredithourrequirementsandexceptionsforformalawardprogramsinnon-degreeclusterswillbeestablishedbythechancellor.12.Diplomaprogramsshallbecomprisedofatleast30semestercredithoursbutnotmorethan60semestercredithours.13.Certificateprogramsbelowthedegreelevelaredesignedforstudentswhoplantoseekemploymentbaseduponthecompetenciesandskillsattainedthroughtheseprogramsofstudy.14.Certificateprogramsshallbecomprisedofatleast30semestercredithoursbutnomorethan60semestercredithours.15.Certificateprogramsequaltoorlessthan29semesterhoursshallbecomprisedofatleast9semestercredithoursbutnomorethan29semestercredithours.16.Guidelinesfordistributionrequirementsforcoursesandareasofstudywithincertificateprogramsincludinggeneraleducationcomponentswillbeestablishedbythechancellor.17.Institutionsmaybeauthorizedtocreateandofferlocalinformalawardsaccordingtoguidelinesestablishedbythechancellor.GRADUATIONREQUIREMENTSDEGREESAstudentshallbeawardedtheAssociateinArtsAssociateinScienceAssociateinAppliedSciencedegreesuponsatisfactorycompletionoftherequirementsofthespecificprogramasspecifiedbythecollegegrantingthedegreeandtheStateBoardofEducation.Astudentmust1.Satisfactorilycompleteaminimumof60semesterhoursofcollegecreditinanapprovedprogramofstudyincludingprescribedgeneraleducationcourses.Somedegreesrequiremorehours.2.Earna2.0cumulativegradepointaverageinallcoursesattemptedatthecollege.Thecalculationofthegradepointaverageforgraduationshallnotincludegradesearnedininstitutionalcreditcourses.Acoursemaybecountedonlyonceforpurposesofmeetinggraduationrequirements.3.Completeatleast25percentofsemestercredithoursatthecollegegrantingthedegree.4.Courseworktransferredoracceptedforcredittowardanundergraduatedegreemustrepresentcollegiatecourseworkrelevanttothedegreewithcoursecontentandlevelofinstructionresultinginstudentcompetenciesatleastequivalenttothoseofstudentsenrolledintheinstitutionsownundergraduatedegreeprograms.Inassessinganddocumentingequivalentlearningandqualifiedfaculty Northeast30aninstitutionmayuserecognizedguideswhichaidintheevaluationforcredit.SuchguidesincludethosepublishedbytheAmericanCouncilonEducationTheAmericanAssociationofCollegiateRegistrarsandAdmissionsOfficersandtheNationalAssociationofForeignStudentAffairs.5.Complywithformalproceduresforgraduationinaccordancewithinstitutionalpolicyatthereceivinginstitution.6.Astudentisnotrequiredtopaygraduationfeesorparticipateincommencementceremoniesinordertobedesignatedasagraduateonthetranscript.7.Transcriptswillnotbeprovidedtoastudentnorforwardedtoanyotherinstitutionororganizationuntilafterthestudenthasfulfilledallfinancialobligationstotheinstitution.8.Thechiefacademicofficershallapprovetheformalawardwhenthestudentmeetsallrequirementsforgraduationsatisfactorily.ACADEMICHONORSUPONGRADUATIONSuperioracademicachievementbygraduatingstudentsshallberecognizedbythefollowingdesignationsontranscriptsGraduationwithHonorsorCumLaude.................................3.50to3.69GPAGraduationwithHighHonorsorMagnaCumLaude....................3.70to3.89GPAGraduationwithHighestHonorsorSummaCumLaude...................3.90to4.00GPAGraduationHonorsforOtherFormalAwardsDiplomaorCertificateGraduationwithDistinction..............3.50to4.00GPANOTECalculationofthegradepointaverageGPAforgraduationhonorsshallbeidenticaltothatmethodusedtocalculatetheGPAtofulfillgraduationrequirementsforthedegreediplomaorcertificatebeingearned.Inadditioninordertobeeligibleforagraduationhonorthestudentmusthavecompletedaminimumof32semestercredithoursatthecollegeconferringthedegreeorotherformalaward. IchoseNACCbecauseofthecollegescommitmenttoacademicexcellence.NortheaststandsoutcomparedtoothercommunitycollegesanditranksamongthebestcommunitycollegesinAmerica.IthinkNortheastisagreatplacetoattendclassesforthesimplefactthattheywillprepareyoufortheworkforce.DylanMajorOfficeAdministrationParalegalStudiesDEGREEREQUIREMENTS Northeast32DEGREEREQUIREMENTSNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeisauthorizedtoawardtheAssociateinArtsdegreetheAssociateinSciencedegreeandtheAssociateinAppliedSciencedegree.TheAssociateinArtsdegreeandtheAssociateinSciencedegreearetwo-yeartransferdegreeprogramsthatisastudentinoneofthesedegreeprogramsintendstotransfertoafour-yearcollegeoruniversityandobtainabaccalaureatedegree.TheAssociateinAppliedSciencedegreeisatwo-yearterminaldegreeprogramhoweversomecollegesanduniversitieswilltransferanumberofcreditsfromtheA.A.S.degreeprogramtoapplytobaccalaureatedegreesattheirinstitutions.ThankstotheworkoftheArticulationandGeneralStudiesCommitteeAGSCastatewidegeneralstudiescurriculumhasbeendevelopedandstrategiesforarticulationoftransfercreditamongpublictwo-yearandfour-yearinstitutionsofhighereducationinAlabamahavebeenimplemented.CourseworkinAreasIthroughIVregardlessofthestudentsmajortransferstoallpublicfour-yearcollegesanduniversitiesinAlabama.CourseworkinAreaVforstudentsintheAssociateinArtsandtheAssociateinSciencedegreeprogramsalsotransfersAreaVcourseworkforstudentsintheAssociateinAppliedSciencedegreeprogrammaytransfertosomeinstitutionsdependingonthestudentsmajorandfour-yearinstitution.Regardlessofwhichdegreeastudentisseekingthestudentshouldbemindfuloftherequirementsatthefour-yearinstitutiontowhichhesheplanstotransfer.Foradditionalinformationthestudentshouldconsultthiscatalogandthefollowingwebsiteaddresses.Thiswebsiteaddressisfortransferguiderequests.httpstars.troy.eduAGSCStudentLinks.htmThiswebsiteaddressisforlinkstoAlabamapubliccollegesanduniversities.httpstars.troy.eduhome.htmItisthestudentsresponsibilitytostayinformedaboutSTARSandtheseniorinstitutionsrequirementsregardingindividualprogramsofstudy.CORECOURSESBasedonAlabamasarticulationsystemthefollowingcorecoursesareguaranteedtotransfertoanypubliccollegeinAlabamatosatisfydegreerequirementsinAreasI-IV.CoursesnotlistedinthecoremaysatisfygraduationrequirementsatNortheastandalsomaybeacceptedfortransfertoothercolleges.Pleaseconsultyouradvisorforadditionalinformation.AreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionIENG102EnglishCompositionIIAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsART100ArtAppreciationART203ArtHistoryIART204ArtHistoryIIENG251AmericanLiteratureIENG252AmericanLiteratureIIENG261EnglishLiteratureIENG262EnglishLiteratureIIENG271WorldLiteratureIENG272WorldLiteratureIIMUS101MusicAppreciationPHL206EthicsandSocietyREL100HistoryofWorldReligionsREL151SurveyofOldTestamentREL152SurveyofNewTestamentSPA101IntroductorySpanishISPA102IntroductorySpanishIISPA201IntermediateSpanishISPA202IntermediateSpanishIISPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeakingTHR120TheatreAppreciationTHR126IntroductiontoTheatreAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyIBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyIICHM104IntroductiontoInorganicChemistryCHM105IntroductiontoOrganicChemistryCHM111CollegeChemistryICHM112CollegeChemistryIIMTH110FiniteMathematics Northeast33MTH112PrecalculusAlgebraMTH113PrecalculusTrigonometryMTH120CalculusandItsApplicationsMTH125CalculusIMTH126CalculusIIMTH227CalculusIIIMTH237LinearAlgebraMTH238AppliedDifferentialEquationsIPHS111PhysicalScienceIPHS112PhysicalScienceIIPHY201GeneralPhysicsIPHY202GeneralPhysicsIIPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusIPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusIIAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesECO231PrinciplesofMacroeconomicsECO232PrinciplesofMicroeconomicsGEO100WorldRegionalGeographyHIS101WesternCivilizationIHIS102WesternCivilizationIIHIS201UnitedStatesHistoryIHIS202UnitedStatesHistoryIIPOL211AmericanNationalGovernmentPSY200GeneralPsychologyPSY210HumanGrowthDevelopmentSOC200IntroductiontoSociologySOC210SocialProblemsTheGeneralEducationProgramfortheA.A.A.S.andA.A.S.Degreesiscomprisedofaminimumof15semesterhoursofcourseworkwithatleastonecoursefromeachofthefollowinghumanitiesfineartssocialbehavioralsciencesandnaturalsciencesmathematics.ThesecoursescompriseasubstantialcomponentoftheA.A.A.S.andA.A.S.Degreesandincludeabreadthofknowledgeappropriateforthecollegiate-levelstudentnotnarrowlyfocusingonskillstechniquesandproceduresspecifictoaparticularoccupationorprofession.ThefollowingtabledesignatestheGeneralEducationComponentwhichappliestoallstudentson-campusoff-siteanddistanceeducationstudents.ByfollowingtheappropriatetransferguidethestudentwillberequiredtocompleteaminimumofonecourseineachofthefollowingthreeareasGeneralEducationComponentHumanitiesFineArtsThefollowingareconsideredpurehumanitiesartscoursesART100ART203ART204ENG251ENG252ENG261ENG262ENG271ENG272MUS101PHL206REL100REL151REL152SPA201SPA202THR120THR126SocialBehavioralSciencesECO231ECO232GEO100HIS101HIS102HIS201HIS202POL211PSY200PSY210SOC200SOC210NaturalScienceMathematicsBIO103BIO104BIO201BIO202BIO220CHM104CHM105CHM111CHM112MTH100MTH103MTH116MTH110MTH112MTH113MTH120MTH125MTH126MTH227MTH237MTH238PHS111PHS112PHS121PHY115PHY120PHY201PHY202PHY213PHY214DesignatesA.A.S.DegreeProgramonly.OthercourseswhichcomprisethegeneraleducationprogramatNortheastincludeENG101EnglishCompositionIandSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.Notethatneitherofthesecoursesareconsideredtheonepurehumanitiescourserequiredofallstudentsinalldegreeprograms.STUDENTLEARNINGOUTCOMESGeneralEducationOutcomesareconcernedwiththeglobalabilitiesofstudentsoncetheyhaveearnedatwo-yearcollegedegree.TodetermineifstudentshavetheseabilitiesitisnecessarytoaskthefollowingquestionsWhatabilitiestalentsskillsandattitudesareexpectedofstudentswhentheycompleteageneraleducationprogramandhowdoweknowtheyhavethosetraitsWhenstudentscompleteamajorhavetheylearnedwhatisneededtosucceedinthatfieldWhenstudentscompleteacoursedotheyhavetheskillsandabilitiesexpectedofthemWhatdostudentslearnHowdoweknowtheyhavelearneditTheCollegehasidentifiedsixcompetenciesthatstudentsshouldattainasaresultofcompletingthegeneraleducationcorecoursesGeneralEducationOutcomesA.CommunicationStudentswillcommunicateeffectivelythrough1.Writing2.Reading3.Speaking4.Listening5.ElectronicmediumB.CognitionStudentswillthinklogicallyandanalyticallydemonstratinguseof1.Creativethinking2.Criticalthinking3.Quantitativereasoning4.Problemsolving5.Synthesisofknowledgeandskills Northeast34C.InformationLiteracyStudentswilllocateanalyzeandevaluateinformationfor1.Research2.TechnologicalapplicationsD.InterpersonalSkillStudentswillinteracteffectivelywith1.Individuals2.GroupsE.AestheticSensitivityStudentswilldemonstrateanappreciationofartisticandcreativeendeavorthrough1.Production2.ResponseF.PersonalResponsibilityStudentswillacquiredecisionmakingskillsthatleadto1.Self-regulation2.RespectfordiversityTheA.A.andA.S.degreeprogramsaredesignedfortransferandassuchconstituteageneralpre-liberalartscurriculum.TheGeneralEducationOutcomesasstatedaboveareextendedtoyieldmorespecificoutcomesattheprogramandcourselevels.ThetablebelowgivestheGeneralEducationOutcomesandtheDegreeProgramOutcomes.GeneralEducationOutcomesA.CommunicationStudentswillcommunicateeffectivelythrough1.Writing2.Reading3.Speaking4.Listening5.ElectronicmediumB.CognitionStudentswillthinklogicallyandanalyticallydemonstratingtheuseof1.Creativethinking2.Criticalthinking3.Quantitativereasoning4.Problemsolving5.SynthesisofknowledgeandskillsC.InformationLiteracystudentswilllocateanalyzeandevaluateinformationthrough1.Research2.ApplicationoftechnologyD.InterpersonalSkillsstudentswillinteracteffectivelywith1.Individuals2.GroupsE.AestheticSensitivitystudentswilldemonstrateanappreciationofartisticandcreativeendeavorthrough1.Production2.ResponseF.PersonalResponsibilitystudentswillacquiredecision-makingskillsthatleadto1.Self-regulation2.RespectfordiversityA.A.A.S.andA.A.S.DegreeOutcomesCommunicationWritingshowpurposeorganizationexpressionofideasfeelingsexhibitcreativeabilitydefendconclusionsReadingcomprehendcollege-leveltextinterpretliteraturereadcriticallyandanalyticallySpeakingdemonstrateoralcompetenceinlanguageuseinsocialsituationsandbeforegroupsListeningexhibitactivelisteningskillstocomprehendandanalyzeothersspeechElectronicmediumeffectivelycommunicateviacomputerCognitioncreativeandcriticalthinkinginductiveanddeductiveproblemsolvingabilitytosynthesizeinformationtofindsolutionsthinkquantitatively.InformationLiteracysuccessfullyretrieveandmanageinformationthroughtraditionalmeansefficientuseoftechnologyandcomputerliteracy.Demonstrateuseofavarietyoflearningresourcestoaccomplishgoals.InterpersonalSkillsworkwithateamcommitteeorgrouptoachieveacommongoal.Interactwithindividualsshowingawarenessandrespectforotheropinionsandvalues.Demonstrateunderstandingoftheinterdependentnatureofsocietalinstitutions.AestheticSensitivityadequateknowledgeofartisticworkinliteraturemusicvisualartortheatretoproduceorcritiqueselectedsamples.PersonalResponsibilitysetgoalsandself-monitorbehaviortowardgoals.Demonstrateunderstandingandrespectforrichnessindiversity.InadditiontotheGeneralEducationOutcomesforeachcareerandtechnicalprogramtheCollegehasidentifiedProgramLearningOutcomesbasedontheprinciplethateachgraduateshouldexhibitinaprofessionalmannertheknowledgeandskillsofaqualifiedpractitionerinthefield.TheProgramLearningOutcomesforeachcareertechnicalprogramarelistedfollowingA.A.S.BusinessGraduatesoftheBusinessBUSprogramareabletoCommunicateeffectivelyinabusinesssettingbothorallyandinwritingApplycommunicationprinciplestotheproductionoffaxesmemosemailslettersresumesandreports Northeast35DemonstrateanunderstandingofthelegalandsocialenvironmentofbusinessinparticularcivilandcriminallawconsumerprotectioncontractsemploymentandpersonalpropertyrightsDemonstratecompetenceinfinancialaccountingprocessesandsystemsPrepareincomestatementsDemonstratecompetenceinbudgetingperformanceevaluationsdifferentialanalysisproductpricingandcapitalinvestmentanalysisDemonstratecompetenceincorporateandmanagementaccountingDemonstrateanunderstandingofmacroeconomictheoryanalysisandpolicyapplicationsincludingsupplyanddemandandmarketequilibriumtheAmericanbankingsystemandtheFederalReservesystemDemonstrateanunderstandingofmicroeconomictheoryanalysisandpolicyapplicationsincludinginternationaltradeandtheglobaleconomyproductionandcosttheoryandtheeconomicroleofgovernmentExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.ChildDevelopmentGraduatesoftheChildDevelopmentCHDprogramareabletoExplainethicalandprofessionalbehaviorsrelatedtoearlychildcareprofessionProvideanenvironmentthatishealthyrespectfulsupportiveandchallengingforchildrenExplaintheprinciplesofchildgrowthanddevelopmentProvidedevelopmentallyappropriateactivitiesforcreativeexperiencesforchildrenSelectdevelopmentallyappropriatebooksforchildrenandreadtoyoungchildreninanengagingmannerPlanimplementandevaluatedevelopmentallyappropriateactivitiesforyoungchildrenPlanprogramsforchilddevelopmentValuesafeandhealthymanagementpracticesinachildcaresettingDevelopanawarenessoftherolesofchildcarefacilityadministratorsPlanactivitiesthatsupportthedevelopmentandinteractionofchildrenandtheirfamiliesExplainconceptsrelatedtoeducatingexceptionalchildrenDemonstrateskillsnecessaryforworkinginachildcarefacilityDemonstrateabilitytoperformCPRExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.ComputerInformationSystemsGraduatesoftheComputerInformationSystemsCISprogramareabletoDemonstrateknowledgeofcomputerterminologyandcomponentsExplainbasiccomputeroperatingsystemsDemonstratetheabilitytousewordprocessingspreadsheetpresentationgraphicsanddatabasesoftwareInstallconfigureandupgradeacomputeroperatingsystemDiagnoseandtroubleshootanoperatingsystemInstallandtroubleshootcomputerhardwareDemonstratetheabilitytousethepolynomialrationalexponentialandlogarithmicfunctionsofalgebraDemonstratetheabilitytoemployalgorithmicdesigntechniquesDemonstratetheabilitytoalgorithmicallysolveproblemsusingsequenceselectionandrepetitioncontrolstructuresDemonstrateknowledgeofnetworksanddatacommunicationstechnologyExplainandutilizeCprogrammingCreateJavaapplicationprogramsandappletsDevelopahierarchicalclassstructurenecessarytotheimplementationofanobject-orientedsoftwaresystemExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.CriminalJusticeGraduatesoftheCriminalJusticeCRJprogramareabletoDemonstrateknowledgeofthecriminaljusticesystemDemonstrateknowledgeoftheU.S.courtsystemDemonstrateknowledgeofpolicyhistoryandorganizationDemonstrateunderstandingofpoliceoperationsandproceduresFunctioninasupervisedlawenforcementsettingExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.DraftingandDesignTechnologyGraduatesoftheDraftingandDesignTechnologyDDTprogramareabletoPracticesafetyEmploybasicoperatingsystemfunctionsUseCADDsoftwareandtheprinterplotterDrawgeometricfiguresandconstructionSketchanddraworthographicviewsofobjectsCreatedrawingsCreateviewportsandplotusingpaperspaceProducepictorialandmulti-viewworkingdrawingsExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.EmergencyMedicalServicesGraduatesoftheEmergencyMedicalServicesEMSprogramareabletoAssessvitalsignsandobtainaSAMPLEhistoryManagepatientairwaysintheemergencysettingPerformpatientassessmentmanagementforthetraumapatientPerformpatientassessmentmanagementforthemedicalpatientManageresuscitationeffortsforacardiac-arrestpatientAdaptcommunicationsandassessmenttechniquestotheneedsofpediatricandgeriatricpatientsFunctioninaclinicalsettingasanentry-levelEMT Northeast36PrepareforservicedressprofessionallyandactinasafemannerSAMPLE-SignsandSymptomsAllergiesMedicationsPastmedicalhistoryLastoralin-takeEventsleadinguptoillnessorinjuryA.A.S.IndustrialElectronicsTechnologyGraduatesoftheIndustrialElectronicsTechnologyILTprogramareabletoPracticesafetyApplyconceptsrelatedtoDCelectricaltheoryApplyconceptsrelatedtoACelectricaltheoryUseelectricalmeasurementinstrumentsDesigntroubleshootremoveandreplaceelectricalcircuitsConstructcircuitsusingvariouslogicgatesApplyconceptsofdigitalelectronicsApplyconceptsrelatedtosemiconductorsbyconstructingvarioustypesofrectifiertransistorandthyristorcircuitsExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.IndustrialSystemsTechnologyGraduatesoftheIndustrialSystemsTechnologyINTprogramareabletoPerformtasksinasafemannerallcoursesReadandinterprettechnicaldrawingsINT117119UseprecisionmeasurementinstrumentsINT117119ApplymathematicaloperationsINT117UsepropertoolsforthetaskINT117DisassemblemachineryandequipmenttoremovepartsandmakerepairsINT117119InstallmachineryandequipmentINT129UsetoolstoperformmaintenancetasksINT129CleaninspectandlubricatepartsequipmentandmachineryINT117ExhibitapositiveworkethicWKO106A.A.S.MedicalAssistantGraduatesoftheMedicalAssistantMATprogramareabletoInterpretmedicaltermsusedinmedicalrecordsDemonstrateanunderstandingofthefoundationoftheanatomyandphysiologyinformationforalliedhealthprofessionalsaswellashowdiseaseandinjuryaffectthefunctionofthehumanbodyDemonstratecompetenceinmedicalofficeexamroomproceduresApplyspecificcommunicationtechniquesincludingtelephoneetiquettemanagingcallsandproperlyrecordingtelephonemessagesDemonstratecompetenciesnecessarytoobtainandpreparespecimensinasafeandeffectivemannerRecognizeethicalandlegalimplicationsofpatientcontractsinformedconsentprofessionalliabilityandthemedicalpracticeactastheyrelatetothemedicalassistantRecognizeandcompetentlyrespondtoamedicalemergencyintheofficeAssistwithspecialprocedurestriagepatientsandapplyinterviewingskillsDemonstratecorrectprocedureforperformingvenipunctureCalculatedrugdosagesrecognizeadministrationroutesandsitesandadministermedicationsprescribedbyphysiciansCodediagnosesusingICD-9-CMcodingsystemCodeproceduresusingCPT-4codingsystemCompleteaninsuranceclaimformTranscribeadictatedletterorreportwithouterrorsintoamail-readydocumentusingacomputerDemonstrateabilitytoperformcardiopulmonaryresuscitationCPRExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.NursingGraduatesoftheNursingNURprogramareabletoDemonstrateproficiencyinperformingadvancednursingskillsforindividualswithhealthalterationsinavarietyofsettingsApplytherapeuticcommunicationtechniquesinprovidingadvancednursingcareforclientsthroughoutthelifespanApplyfoundationalknowledgeofthenursingprocessinprovidingadvancednursingcareforclientsthroughoutthelifespanUtilizecriticalthinkingskillsinprovidingcollaborativecareforclientswithselectedhealthalterationsinavarietyofsettingsFormulateateachinglearningplanforculturallydiverseclientswithselectedhealthalterationsinavarietyofsettingsDemonstratecompetenciesnecessarytomeettheneedsofindividualsthroughoutthelifespaninasafelegalandethicalmannerusingthenursingprocessExaminerelevanttechnologyforclientcareanddocumentationDemonstrateprofessionalbehaviorsandrolesofaregisterednurseuponentryintopracticeA.A.S.OfficeAdministrationGraduatesoftheOfficeAdministrationOADprogramareabletoCommunicateeffectivelyinabusinesssettingbothorallyandinwritingApplycommunicationprinciplestotheproductionoffaxesmemosemailslettersresumesandreportsDemonstratecompetenceinfinancialaccountingprocessesandsystemsDemonstrateanunderstandingofeconomictheoryanalysisandpolicyapplicationsPrepareincomestatementsExplainbasiccomputeroperatingsystemsDemonstratetheabilitytousewordprocessingspreadsheetpresentationgraphicsanddatabasesoftwarewithspeedandaccuracyUsetheten-keynumerictouchmethodtosolvemathematicalbusinessproblemswithspeedandaccuracy Northeast37UtilizeAmericanRecordsManagementAssociationfilingrulesTranscribedocumentsfromdictatedrecordingsExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.OfficeAdministrationMedicalOfficeOptionGraduatesoftheOfficeAdministrationOADMedicalOfficeOptionprogramareabletoCommunicateeffectivelybothorallyandinwritingDemonstratecompetenceinfinancialaccountingprocessesandsystemsDemonstrateanunderstandingofeconomictheoryanalysisandpolicyapplicationsPrepareincomestatementsApplycommunicationprinciplestotheproductionoffaxesmemosemailslettersresumesandreportsExplainthebasicoperatingsystemofacomputerDemonstratetheabilitytousewordprocessingspreadsheetpresentationgraphicsanddatabasesoftwarewithspeedandaccuracyUsetheten-keynumerictouchmethodtosolvemathematicalbusinessproblemsUtilizeAmericanRecordsManagementAssociationfilingrulesTranscribedocumentsfromdictatedrecordingsInterpretmedicaltermsusedinmedicalrecordsTranscribeadictatedletterorreportwithouterrorsintoamail-readydocumentusingacomputerPerformOfficesupporttasksrequiredforemploymentinamedicalenvironmentMaintainmedicalrecordsefficientlyExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.OfficeAdministrationParalegalOptionGraduatesoftheOfficeAdministrationOADParalegalOptionprogramareabletoCommunicateeffectivelybothorallyandinwritingApplycommunicationprinciplestotheproductionoffaxesmemosemailslettersresumesandreportsDemonstratetheabilitytotranscribelegaldocumentsintheappropriateformatExplaintheroleoftheparalegalandidentifytheskillsknowledgeandethicsrequiredoflegalassistantsDemonstratetheabilitytoperformlegalresearchandwritingDemonstratetheabilitytoapplytheelementsofacontractpreparevariousbusinessdocumentsandunderstandtheroleofcommercialpaperExplaintheelementsofspecificcrimesDemonstratetheabilitytoassistanattorneyinpreparingacriminalcaseDemonstratetheabilitytoidentifyestatesformsofdeedsrequirementsforrecordingandprocedurestoenforcerightstorealpropertyDemonstratetheabilitytointerviewclientsgatherinformationanddraftdocumentsrelatedtofamilylawDraftsimplewillsandprepareestateformsExhibitanunderstandingoftheadministrationofestatesincludingtaxationandthetermsregardingtrustsDemonstratetheabilitytoprepareatrialnotebookforlitigationpurposesDemonstrateandapplyappropriatelawOfficemanagementtechniquesandproceduresExhibitapositiveworkethicA.A.S.SalonandSpaManagementCompletersoftheSalonSpaManagementProgramareabletoDemonstratetheabilitytooperatewithinasalonenvironmentDemonstrateknowledgeofbusinessprincipleslawsandinsuranceDemonstrateknowledgeofbusinessstart-upsDemonstrateknowledgeofmarketingandcreatingacustomerbasePrepareabusinessplanPrepareaprofessionalresumeExhibitapositiveworkethicCommunicateeffectively Northeast38HIGH-DEMANDCRITICALOCCUPATIONSAerospaceEngineeringBudgetAnalystComputerEngineeringComputerSystemsAnalystFinancialManagementIndustrialEngineeringInformationTechnologyLogisticsNetworkComputerSystemsNuclearEngineeringOccupationalTherapyPersonnelManagementPhysicalTherapySoftwareEngineeringTechnicalWritingManyworkersaregoingtobeneededintheseoccupationsoverthenextfewyears.Itisnottoolatetobeginpreparingnowforoneoftheseexcitingcareers.Mostofthesecareersrequirea4-yearcollegedegree.NACCofferscoursestofulfilltherequirementsofthefirsttwoyearsandthenstudentstransfertoa4-yearcollegetoobtainabachelorsdegreeorhigherdegreethatwillqualifythemforoneoftheseoccupations.PleaseconsulttheTransferGuidesectionintheNACCCatalogformoredetails.YoumayprepareforahighdemandcriticaloccupationbypursuingaparticularTransferGuideatNACC.TheseareintheMathematicsDivision.ContactGregMillicanmillicangnacc.eduformoreinformation.OfficeMT225phoneextension2263.AerospaceEngineeringDegreeRequirementB.S.Aerospaceengineersdesigndevelopandtestaircraftspacecraftandmissilesandsupervisethemanufactureoftheseproducts.Thosewhoworkwithaircraftarecalledaeronauticalengineersandthoseworkingspecificallywithspacecraftareastronauticalengineers.Aerospaceengineersdevelopnewtechnologiesforuseinaviationdefensesystemsandspaceexplorationoftenspecializinginareassuchasstructuraldesignguidancenavigationandcontrolinstrumentationandcommunicationorproductionmethods.Theyalsomayspecializeinaparticulartypeofaerospaceproductsuchascommercialaircraftmilitaryfighterjetshelicoptersspacecraftormissilesandrocketsandmaybecomeexpertsinaerodynamicsthermodynamicscelestialmechanicspropulsionacousticsorguidanceandcontrolsystems.NACCTransferGuideEngineeringAerospaceComputerEngineeringDegreeRequirementB.S.Computerhardwareengineersresearchdesigndeveloptestandoverseethemanufactureandinstallationofcomputerhardware.Hardwareincludescomputerchipscircuitboardscomputersystemsandrelatedequipmentsuchaskeyboardsmodemsandprinters.Theworkofcomputerhardwareengineersisverysimilartothatofelectronicsengineersinthattheymaydesignandtestcircuitsandotherelectroniccomponentsbutcomputerhardwareengineersdothatworkonlyasitrelatestocomputersandcomputer-relatedequipment.Therapidadvancesincomputertechnologyarelargelyaresultoftheresearchdevelopmentanddesigneffortsoftheseengineers.NACCTransferGuideEngineeringComputerElectricalEngineeringDegreeRequirementB.S.Electricalengineersdesigndeveloptestandsupervisethemanufactureofelectricalequipment.Someofthisequipmentincludeselectricmotorsmachinerycontrolslightingandwiringinbuildingsautomobilesaircraftradarandnavigationsystemsandpowergenerationcontrolandtransmissiondevicesusedbyelectricutilities.Althoughthetermselectricalandelectronicsengineeringoftenareusedinterchangeablyinacademiaandindustryelectricalengineershavetraditionallyfocusedonthegenerationandsupplyofpowerwhereaselectronicsengineershaveworkedonapplicationsofelectricitytocontrolsystemsorsignalprocessing.Electricalengineersspecializeinareassuchaspowersystemsengineeringorelectricalequipmentmanufacturing.NACCTransferGuideEngineeringElectronicsElectronicsEngineeringDegreeRequirementB.S.ElectronicsengineersexceptcomputerareresponsibleforawiderangeoftechnologiesfromportablemusicplayerstotheglobalpositioningsystemGPSwhichcancontinuouslyprovidethelocationforexampleofavehicle.Electronicsengineersdesigndeveloptestandsupervisethemanufactureofelectronicequipmentsuchasbroadcastandcommunicationssystems.Manyelectronicsengineersalsoworkinareascloselyrelatedtocomputers.Howeverengineerswhoseworkisrelatedexclusivelytocomputerhardwareareconsideredcomputerhardwareengineers.Electronicsengineersspecializeinareassuchascommunicationssignalprocessingandcontrolsystemsorhaveaspecialtywithinoneoftheseareascontrolsystemsoraviationelectronicsforexample.NACCTransferGuideEngineeringElectricalIndustrialEngineeringDegreeRequirementB.S.Industrialengineersdeterminethemosteffectivewaystousethebasicfactorsofproductionpeoplemachinesmaterialsinformationandenergytomakeaproductorprovideaservice.Theyareprimarilyconcernedwithincreasingproductivitythroughthemanagementofpeoplemethodsofbusinessorganizationandtechnology.Tomaximizeefficiencyindustrialengineerscarefullystudytheproductrequirementsanddesignmanufacturingandinformationsystemstomeetthoserequirementswiththehelpofmathematicalmethodsandmodels.Theydevelopmanagementcontrolsystemstoaidinfinancialplanningandcostanalysisanddesignproductionplanningandcontrolsystemstocoordinateactivitiesandensureproductquality.Theyalsodesignorimprovesystemsforthephysicaldistributionofgoodsandservicesanddeterminethemostefficientplantlocations.Industrialengineersdevelopwageandsalaryadministrationsystemsandjobevaluationprograms.Manyindustrialengineersmoveintomanagementpositionsbecausetheworkiscloselyrelatedtotheworkofmanagers.NACCTransferGuideEngineeringIndustrialVeterinaryMedicineDegreeRequirementD.V.M.DoctorsofVeterinarymedicineDVMsarededicatedtoanimalwelfare.Veterinarydoctorsdiagnoseandtreatdiseases Northeast39andinjuriesinanimals.Theyalsopreventthespreadofdiseasefromandanimalstohumans.Veterinarianstreatanimalssuchascatsdogsandbirdsdomesticanimalssuchashorsescattleandsheepwildanimalsormarinelife.Veterinarianssometimesworkinpublichealthtosupervisethecareoflaboratoryanimals.NACCTransferGuideAnyprogramtoobtainanadequatescienceandmathbackground.SeetheAdvisor.NoteGeneralEngineeringisdesignatedasahighdemandjob.AstudentinterestedinengineeringmaychoosefromaTransferGuidelistedaboveorfromChemicalEngineeringCivilEngineeringComputerEngineeringComputerEngineeringwithaComputerScienceOptionMaterialsEngineeringMechanicalEngineeringorTextileChemistry.ThefollowingTransferGuidesatNACCleadtocollegemajorsthatpreparethestudentforotherhighdemandcriticaloccupations.ThesetransferprogramsareavailableintheDivisionofNaturalSciences.ContactRodneyLandlandrnacc.eduformoreinformation.OfficeMT223phoneextension2270.MajorsRequiringaBachelorsMastersorDoctoralDegreeChemicalEngineeringChemicalengineersapplytheprinciplesofchemistrytosolveproblemsinvolvingtheproductionoruseofchemicalsandbiochemicals.Theydesignequipmentandprocessesforlargescalechemicalmanufacturingplanandtestmethodsofmanufacturingproductsandtreatingbyproductsandsuperviseproduction.Chemicalengineersalsoworkinavarietyofmanufacturingindustriesotherthanchemicalmanufacturingsuchasthoseproducingenergyelectronicsfoodclothingandpaper.Thealsoworkinhealthcarebiotechnologyandbusinessservices.Theymustbeawareofallaspectsofchemicalsmanufacturingandhowthemanufacturingprocessaffectstheenvironmentandthesafetyofworkersandconsumers.NACCoffersatwoyearprogramtopreparestudentstotransfertoafouryearschoolinchemicalengineering.AB.S.degreeisrequiredforentrylevelchemicalengineeringjobs.NACCTransferGuideEngineeringChemicalEnvironmentalScienceEnvironmentalscienceandprotectiontechniciansperformlaboratoryandfieldteststomonitorenvironmentalresourcesanddeterminethecontaminantsandsourcesofpollutionintheenvironment.Theymaycollectsamplesfortestingorbeinvolvedinabatingandcontrollingsourcesofenvironmentalpollution.Someareresponsibleforwastemanagementoperationstocontrolandmanagehazardousmaterials.Toprepareforafouryearcurriculuminenvironmentalscienceatwoyearprograminbiologyorchemistrywouldbeappropriate.NACCTransferGuideBiologyChemistryorEnvironmentalScienceOccupationalTherapyOccupationaltherapistshelppatientsimprovetheirabilitytoperformtasksinlivingandworkingenvironments.Theyworkwithindividualswhosufferfromamentallyphysicallydevelopmentallyoremotionallydisablingcondition.Occupationaltherapistsusetreatmentstodeveloprecoverormaintainthedailylivingandworkskillsoftheirpatients.Thetherapisthelpsclientsnotonlytoimprovetheirbasicmotorfunctionsandreasoningabilitiesbutalsotocompensateforpermanentlossoffunction.Thegoalistohelpclientshaveindependentproductiveandsatisfyinglives.Occupationaltherapistshelpclientstoperformalltypesofactivitiesfromusingacomputertocaringfordailyneedssuchasdressingcookingandeating.Physicalexercisesmaybeusedtoincreasestrengthanddexteritywhileotheractivitiesmaybechosentoimprovevisualacuityortheabilitytodiscernpatterns.Forexampleaclientwithshort-termmemorylossmightbeencouragedtomakeliststoaidrecallandapersonwithcoordinationproblemsmightbeassignedexercisestoimprovehand-eyecoordination.Occupationaltherapistsalsousecomputerprogramstohelpclientsimprovedecision-makingabstract-reasoningproblem-solvingandperceptualskillsaswellasmemorysequencingandcoordinationallofwhichareimportantforindependentliving.NACCTransferGuidePre-OccupationalTherapyPhysicalTherapyPhysicaltherapistsprovideservicesthathelprestorefunctionimprovemobilityrelievepainandpreventorlimitpermanentphysicaldisabilitiesofpatientssufferingfrominjuriesordisease.Theyrestoremaintainandpromoteoverallfitnessandhealth.Theirpatientsincludeaccidentvictimsandindividualswithdisablingconditionssuchaslow-backpainarthritisheartdiseasefracturesheadinjuriesandcerebralpalsy.Therapistsexaminepatientsmedicalhistoriesandthentestandmeasurethepatientsstrengthrangeofmotionbalanceandcoordinationposturemuscleperformancerespirationandmotorfunction.Physicaltherapistsdevelopplansdescribingatreatmentstrategyanditsanticipatedoutcome.MostPhysicalTherapyprogramsnowrequirethreeyearsofprofessionalschoolaftercompletingaBSdegreeinanareathatincludesthefollowingcoursesEnglishComposition-ENG1011026hrsPsychologyPSY2002106hrsPre-calculuswithTrigonometryMTH1133hrsStatisticsMTH2653hrsPhysicsPHY2012028hrsGeneralChemistryforsciencemajorswithlabsCHM1111128hrsBiologyincludingHumanorMammalianPhysiology-BIO10310420120216hrs.TheBSdegreecouldbeinanumberofareasbuttheabovecoursesmustbeincludedinordertoapplytoPTschool.NACCTransferGuideAnyoftheSciencesorPre-PhysicalTherapyRadiologicalScienceProtectionTheRadiationProtectionprogramisincompliancewithfederalstateandcompanyregulationsintheareasofmonitoringpersonalinternalandexternalradiationexposureradioactivewastepackagingandshipmentradioactivesourcecontroland Northeast40instrumentation.TheprimarydutiesinRadiologicalProtectionaretoberesponsibleforthemaintenanceandcoordinationoftheRadiationProtectionprogramsincludingUnconditionalReleaseRadioactiveSourceControlRPInstrumentationandRadioactiveMaterialControlstoparticipateinBusinessPlanningBudgetandBusinessPerformancereviewregardingsiteandFleetensureconsistentandeffectiveworkforcepracticesthroughassignedsupervisorsfunctionsmaintaintheinternalandexternaldosimetryprogramandrecordsberesponsibleforthemanagementoftheRadioactiveWasteShippingProgram.ToapplyforapositioninRadiologicalScienceoneshouldhaveBachelorsdegreeinHealthPhysicsorequivalentB.S.Degree.NACCoffersatwoyearprograminRadiologicalSciencethatwouldpreparefortransfertoa4yearprogram.NACCTransferGuideRadiologicSciencesThefollowingTransferGuidesatNACCleadtocollegemajorsthatpreparethestudentforotherhighdemandcriticaloccupations.TheseTransferGuidesareavailableintheDivisionofBusinessandComputerScience.ContactHayleyJohnsonjohnsonhnacc.eduformoreinformation.Office109-CBusinessEducationBuildingphoneextension2247.BudgetAnalystDegreeRequirementB.S.Efficientlydistributinglimitedfinancialresourcesisanimportantchallengeinallorganizations.Inmostlargeandcomplexorganizationsthistaskwouldbenearlyimpossiblewithoutbudgetanalysts.Theseworkersdevelopanalyzeandexecutebudgetswhichareusedtoallocatecurrentresourcesandestimatefuturefinancialneeds.Budgetanalystsworkinprivateindustrynonprofitorganizationsandthepublicsector.Inprivatesectorfirmsabudgetanalystsmainresponsibilityistoexaminethebudgetandseeknewwaystoimproveefficiencyandincreaseprofits.Innonprofitandgovernmentalorganizationswhichusuallyarenotconcernedwithprofitsanalyststrytofindthemostefficientwaytodistributefundsandotherresourcesamongvariousdepartmentsandprograms.NACCTransferGuideBusinessFinancialManagementDegreeRequirementB.S.Almosteveryfirmgovernmentagencyandothertypesoforganizationshaveoneormorefinancialmanagers.Financialmanagersoverseethepreparationoffinancialreportsdirectinvestmentactivitiesandimplementcashmanagementstrategies.Managersalsodevelopstrategiesandimplementthelong-termgoalsoftheirorganization.Thedutiesoffinancialmanagersvarywiththeirspecifictitleswhichincludecontrollertreasurerorfinanceofficercreditmanagercashmanagerriskandinsurancemanagerandmanagerofinternationalbanking.Controllersdirectthepreparationoffinancialreportssuchasincomestatementsbalancesheetsandanalysesoffutureearningsorexpensesthatsummarizeandforecasttheorganizationsfinancialposition.Controllersalsoareinchargeofpreparingspecialreportsrequiredbyregulatoryauthorities.Oftencontrollersoverseetheaccountingauditandbudgetdepartments.Treasurersandfinanceofficersdirecttheorganizationsbudgetstomeetitsfinancialgoals.Theyoverseetheinvestmentoffundsmanageassociatedriskssupervisecashmanagementactivitiesexecutecapital-raisingstrategiestosupportafirmsexpansionanddealwithmergersandacquisitions.Creditmanagersoverseethefirmsissuanceofcreditestablishingcredit-ratingcriteriadeterminingcreditceilingsandmonitoringthecollectionsofpast-dueaccounts.NACCTransferGuideBusinessInformationTechnologyDegreeRequirementB.S.Informationsystemsmanagersplancoordinateanddirectresearchandfacilitatethecomputer-relatedactivitiesoffirms.Theyhelpdeterminebothtechnicalandbusinessgoalsinconsultationwithtopmanagementandmakedetailedplansfortheaccomplishmentofthesegoals.Thisrequiresastrongunderstandingofbothtechnologyandbusinesspractices.Computerandinformationsystemsmanagersdirecttheworkofsystemsanalystscomputerprogrammerssupportspecialistsandothercomputer-relatedworkers.TheyplanandcoordinateactivitiessuchasinstallationandupgradingofhardwareandsoftwareprogrammingandsystemsdesigndevelopmentofcomputernetworksandimplementationofInternetandintranetsites.Theyareincreasinglyinvolvedwiththeupkeepmaintenanceandsecurityofnetworks.Theyanalyzethecomputerandinformationneedsoftheirorganizationsfromanoperationalandstrategicperspectiveanddetermineimmediateandlong-rangepersonnelandequipmentrequirements.Theyassignandreviewtheworkoftheirsubordinatesandstayabreastofthelatesttechnologytoensuretheorganizationdoesnotlagbehindcompetitors.NACCTransferGuideComputerScienceBusinessLogisticsDegreeRequirementB.S.Truckingandwarehousingfirmsprovidelogisticalservicesencompassingtheentiretransportationprocess.Firmsthatoffertheseservicesarecalledthird-partylogisticsproviders.Logisticalservicesmanageallaspectsofthemovementofgoodsbetweenproducersandconsumers.Amongtheirvalue-addedservicesaresortingbulkgoodsintocustomizedlotspackagingandrepackaginggoodscontrollingandmanaginginventoryorderenteringandfulfillmentlabelingperforminglightassemblyandmarkingprices.Somefull-servicecompaniesevenperformwarrantyrepairworkandserveaslocalpartsdistributorsformanufacturers.Someoftheseservicessuchasmaintainingandretrievingcomputerizedinventoryinformationonthelocationageandquantityofgoodsavailablehavehelpedtoimprovetheefficiencyofrelationshipsbetweenmanufacturersandcustomers.NACCTransferGuideComputerScienceBusinessNetworkComputerSystemsDegreeRequirementB.S.Allorganizationstodayrelyoncomputerandinformationtechnologytoconductbusinessandoperatemoreefficiently.Oftenhowevertheseinstitutionsdonothavetheinternalresourcestoeffectivelyimplementnewtechnologiesorsatisfy Northeast41theirchangingneeds.Whenfacedwithsuchlimitationsorganizationsturntothecomputersystemsdesignandrelatedservicesindustrytomeettheirspecializedneeds.Servicesprovidedbythisindustryincludecustomcomputerprogrammingservicescomputersystemsdesignservicescomputerfacilitiesmanagementservicesincludingcomputersystemsordataprocessingfacilitiessupportservicesandothercomputer-relatedservicessuchasdisasterrecoveryandsoftwareinstallation.NACCTransferGuideComputerSciencePersonnelManagementDegreeRequirementB.S.Everyorganizationwantstoattractthemostqualifiedemployeesandmatchthemtojobsforwhichtheyarebestsuited.Howevermanyenterprisesaretoolargetopermitclosecontactbetweentopmanagementandemployees.Humanresourcestrainingandlaborrelationsmanagersandspecialistsprovidethisconnection.Inthepasttheseworkersperformedtheadministrativefunctionofanorganizationsuchashandlingemployeebenefitsquestionsorrecruitinginterviewingandhiringnewstaffinaccordancewithpoliciesestablishedbytopmanagement.Todayshumanresourcesworkersmanagethesetasksbutincreasinglytheyalsoconsultwithtopexecutivesregardingstrategicplanning.Theyhavemovedfrombehind-the-scenesstaffworktoleadingthecompanyinsuggestingandchangingpolicies.Inanefforttoenhancemoraleandproductivitylimitjobturnoverandhelporganizationsincreaseperformanceandimprovebusinessresultstheseworkersalsohelptheirfirmseffectivelyuseemployeeskillsprovidetraininganddevelopmentopportunitiestoimprovethoseskillsandincreaseemployeessatisfactionwiththeirjobsandworkingconditions.Althoughsomejobsinthehumanresourcesfieldrequireonlylimitedcontactwithpeopleoutsidethehumanresourcesofficedealingwithpeopleisanimportantpartofthejob.NACCTransferGuideBusinessMajorsRequiringanAssociatesDegreeDiagnosticImagingMedicalSonographyOccupationalTherapyAssistantPhysicalTherapyAssistantRadiologicTechnologistContactJessicaBlalockblalockjnacc.eduformoreinformation.Office112WallaceAdministrationBuildingWAphoneext.2306.Thesourcesfortheidentificationofhighdemand-criticaloccupationsarethefollowingAlabamaWorkforceReportIIICenterforBusinessandEconomicResearchCulverhouseCollegeofCommerceUniversityofAlabamaAugust2008.BRACWorkforceAnalysisCenterforManagementofScienceandTechnologyUAHuntsvilleMay2008.TennesseeValleyAuthoritywww.tva.govOccupationalOutlookHandbookU.S.BureauofLaborStatistics2008.Thislistofhighdemandcareersisnotexhaustive.Thereareotheroccupationalareasthatareexpectedtogrowfasterthantheaverage.Gotohttpwww.bls.govsearchooh.htmtoresearchspecificoccupationsandtheirjobprospectsorvisittheLearnersinTransitionCenterintheWallaceAdministrationBuilding.Nursingisanotherhigh-demandcriticaloccupation.NACCoffersprogramsleadingtotheLPNandRN.FormoreinformationcontactDr.CindyJonesDirectorofNursingjonescnacc.eduOffice221HealthEducationBuildingphoneextension2316. Northeast42TRANSFERGUIDESASSOCIATEINARTSDEGREEANDASSOCIATEINSCIENCEDEGREEStudentsshouldberemindedthatmostallrequiredcoursescanbecompletedatNortheastforpracticallyallprogramsofstudylistedontheSTARSwebsite.Ourlistingofprogramsofstudyissimplyacompilationofsomeofthemorepopularoptions.FollowingisacomprehensivelistofmajorsfromtheSTARSprogram.AdvertisingUAonlyAgribusinessEconomicsAAMUonlyAgriculturalEconomicsAUonlyAgriscienceEducationAUonlyAgronomyandSoilsAUonlyAnimalDairyScienceAnthropologyApparelandTextilesUAonlyApparelMerchandisingDesignProductionManagementAUonlyAppliedMathematicsAUonlyArchitectureAUonlyArtEducationArtHistoryB.A.ArtStudioB.A.ArtStudioB.F.A.AthleticTrainingBehavioralScienceBiologyBiologyEducationMiddleHighSchoolBiomedicalSciencesUSAonlyBuildingScienceAUonlyBusinessAllBusinessMajorsBusinessEducationMiddleHighSchoolCareerTechnicalEducationAthensonlyChemistryChemistryEducationMiddleHighSchoolClinicalLabSciencesMedicalTechCommunicationStudiesorSpeechComputerScienceConsumerSciencesUAonlyCriminalJusticeDanceUAonlyEconomicsB.A.ElementaryorEarlyChildhoodEducationEmergencyManagementJSUonlyEngineeringAerospaceEngineeringBiomedicalUABonlyEngineeringBiosystemsAUonlyEngineeringChemicalEngineeringCivilEngineeringComputerEngineeringEngineeringComputerScienceEngineeringElectricalEngineeringIndustrialEngineeringMaterialsEngineeringMechanicalEnglishEnglishLanguageArtsEducationMiddleHighSchoolEnvironmentalScienceEnvironmentalScienceAUonlyExerciseScienceandWellnessJSUonlyFamilyandConsumerSciencesJSUonlyFamilyandConsumerSciencesUMonlyFisheriesScienceAUonlyFoodandNutritionUAonlyForeignLanguageForestManagementForestScienceAAMUonlyForestryAUonlyFrenchEducationMiddleHighSchoolGeneralScienceEducationMiddleHighSchoolGeneralStudiesinHumanEnvironmentalSciencesUAonlyGeographyGeographyEducationMiddleHighSchoolGeologyGermanEducationMiddleHighSchoolGraphicDesignAUonlyHealthEducationMiddleHighSchoolHealthInformationManagementUABonlyHealthScienceAthensonlyHealthSciencesUABonlyHealthServicesAdministrationAUonlyHealthPERecreationUNAonlyHistoryHistoryEducationMiddleHighSchoolHorticultureAUonlyHotelRestaurantManagementAUonlyHumanDevelopmentandFamilyStudiesAUonlyHumanDevelopmentandFamilyStudiesUAonlyHumanEnvironmentalSciencesUNAonlyHumanServicesTroyonlyIndustrialDesignAUonlyIndustrialHygieneUNAonlyInformationSystemsUSAonlyInformationTechnologyUSAonlyInterdisciplinaryArtsUWAonlyInteriorArchitectureAUonlyInternationalStudiesInterpreterTrainingTroyonlyJournalismLaboratoryTechnologyAUonlyMathEducationMiddleHighSchoolMathematicsMeteorologyUSAonlyMusicMusicEducationMiddleHighSchoolNuclearMedicineTechnologyUABonlyNursingNutritionAUonlyPhilosophyPhysicalEducationPhysicsPhysicsEducationMiddleHighSchoolPoliticalSciencePolymerandFiberEngineeringAUonlyPoultryScienceAUonlyPre-DentistryPre-LawPre-MedicinePre-OccupationalTherapyPre-OptometryPre-PharmacyPre-PhysicalTherapyPre-VeterinaryMedicinePsychologyPublicAdministrationAUonlyPublicRelationsPublicSafetyHealthAdministrationAthensonlyRadiologicSciencesUSAonlyRecreationLeadershipJSUonlyRehabilitationnon-certificationTroyonlyReligiousStudiesRespiratoryTherapyCardioScienceRestaurantandHospitalityManagementUAonlySocialScienceSocialStudiesEducationMiddleHighSchoolSocialWorkSociologySpanishEducationMiddleHighSchoolSpecialEducationSpeechPathologySportFitnessManagementTroyonlySurveyingandGeomaticScienceTroyonlyTechnologyIndustrialTechnologyorEngineeringTechnologyTelecommunicationandFilmorBroadcastingTextileManagementandTechnologyAUonlyTheatreWildlifeSciencesAUonly Northeast43THEGENERALEDUCATIONCOREFORTHEASSOCIATEINARTSDEGREEAstudentpursuingthisdegreeprogramshouldbeawarethatcertainvariationsmayexistforAreasIIIIIIandIVdependingonthestudentsAreaVconcentration.PleaseseespecificlistingsundertheappropriateTransferGuideinthefollowingpages.AreaIWrittenCompositionIandII............6CreditHoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArts...............12CreditHoursMustcomplete3semesterhoursinLiterature.Mustcomplete3semesterhoursintheArts.RemainingsemesterhourstobeselectedfromHumanitiesandorFineArts.HumanitiesandArtsdisciplinesincludebutarenotlimitedtoAreaEthnicStudiesArtandArtHistoryForeignLanguagesLiteratureMusicandMusicHistoryPhilosophyEthicsReligiousStudiesSpeechTheaterandDance.AreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematics...............................................11CreditHoursMustcomplete3semesterhoursinMathematicsatthePrecalculusAlgebraorFiniteMathLevelorhigher.Mustcomplete8semesterhoursintheNaturalScienceswhichmustincludeLaboratoryExperiences.InadditiontoMathematicsdisciplinesintheNaturalSciencesincludeAstronomyBiologicalSciencesChemistryGeologyPhysicalGeographyEarthSciencePhysicsandPhysicalScience.AreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciences...................................12CreditHoursMustcomplete3semesterhoursinHistory.Mustcompleteatleast6semesterhoursfromamongotherdisciplinesintheSocialandBehavioralSciences.SocialandBehavioralSciencesincludebutarenotlimitedtoAnthropologyEconomicsGeographyPoliticalSciencePsychologyandSociology.AreaI-IVMinimumGeneralEducationRequirements..............................................4lCreditHoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalPre-MajorandElectiveCourses........................19-23CreditHoursCoursesappropriatetothedegreerequirementsandmajoroftheindividualstudentandelectives.StudentscompletingcoursesthathavebeenapprovedfortheGeneralStudiesCurriculumandareappropriatetotheirmajorandordegreeprogrammaytransferthesecourseswithcreditapplicabletotheirdegreeprogramamongtwo-yearandfour-yearcollegesanduniversities.AreaI-VGeneralStudiesCurricula...........................................60-64CreditHoursMaximumProgramSemesterCreditHours..............................................64CreditHoursSemesterCreditHourRangebyAward...............................60-64CreditHoursNoteMustcompletea6-semester-hoursequenceeitherinLiteratureorinHistoryand3semesterhoursinspeech.ThesequenceinAreaIIandIVinLiteratureorHistoryneedstofollowthesequencerequirementsaccordingtothestudentsmajorandtransferplans.RespectiveprogramsofstudyforbaccalaureatedegreesatAlabamapublicuniversitiesrangefrom120to128semestercredithoursinlength.DependentuponthetotalhoursallocatedforthebachelorsdegreesinstitutionsinTheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemwillonlybeauthorizedtoprovide50percentofthattotal60-64. Northeast44TRANSFERGUIDESASSOCIATEINARTSThefollowingtransferguidesareforstudentswhointendtomajorinthespecificareasthatarelisted.TheAlabamaArticulationandGeneralStudiesCommitteewhichwascreatedbytheAlabamaLegislaturethroughACT94-202devisedtheseprogramsofstudy.ThislegislationrequiresthattheseprogramsandtheircoursesbeacceptedfortransferatallpublicinstitutionsofhighereducationinAlabama.Anystudentorfacultyadvisorwhoencountersaproblemingettingtheseprogramsandcoursestransferredtoatwoorfour-yearcollegeinAlabamashouldcontactDeanSherieGracewhoservesasthearticulationcontactpersonatNortheast.Moredetailedtransferguidesandstudenttransferagreementstofour-yearcollegesmaybeobtainedfromtheStatewideArticulationReportingSystemSTARSontheInternetathttpstars.troy.edu.StudentswhocompletethecourseslistedonthefollowingTransferGuidescanreceivetheAssociateinArtsDegree.TransferGuideArtHistoryAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalScienceSequence.......................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHY201202PHY213214PHS111112MTH110orhigher.................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursART113DrawingI.....................................................................3hoursART114DrawingII...................................................................3hoursART121Two-DimensionalCompI...........................................3hoursART127Three-DimensionalCompII.......................................3hoursART203ArtHistoryI................................................................3hoursART204ArtHistoryII...............................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................21hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................62-63hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceeitherinliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideArtStudioAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalScienceSequence.......................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214MTH110orhigher.................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursART113DrawingI.....................................................................3hoursART114DrawingII...................................................................3hoursART121Two-DimensionalCompI...........................................3hoursART127Three-DimensionalCompII.......................................3hoursART203ArtHistoryI................................................................3hoursART204ArtHistoryII...............................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................21hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................62-63hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceeitherinliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.edu Northeast45TransferGuideArtStudioB.F.A.AreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalScienceSequence.......................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214MTH110orhigher.................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursART113DrawingI.....................................................................3hoursART114DrawingII...................................................................3hoursART121Two-DimensionalCompI...........................................3hoursART127Three-DimensionalCompII.......................................3hoursART203ArtHistoryI................................................................3hoursART204ArtHistoryII...............................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................21hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................62-63hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceeitherinliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideEnglishB.A.AreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsENG261.....................................................................................3hoursENG262.........................3hoursSPH107..........................3hoursFineArtsElective........................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalScienceSequence.......................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214MTH110orhigher.................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceHistory.........................................................................................3hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences..............................................9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursENG251.....................................................................................3hoursENG252.....................................................................................3hoursENG271...................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives..............................................................10-14hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hours9semester-hourcourseschosenfora120semester-hourdegree.12semester-hourcourseschosenfora128semester-hourdegree.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.edu Northeast46TransferGuideGeneralorPre-LiberalArtsAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-3hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences......................................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214MTH110orhigher.................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursAreaVElectives..............................................................15-19hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceeitherinliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideMusicAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalScienceSequence.........................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214MTH110orhigher...................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursMusicTheory..............................................................................8hoursChoosefromMUS111112orMUS211212StudioCourses........................................................................5hoursMusicEnsembles..................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................20hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................61-62hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceeitherinliteratureorhistory.IndividualperformanceinstructiontakenfromMUPcoursesmustincludeacompletesequenceinasingleinstrument.TakenfromMUL180orabove.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.edu Northeast47TheAdventuresofTomSawyerbytheNACCCommunityTheatre.TransferGuideTheatreAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalScienceSequence.......................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214MTH110orhigher.................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursTHR131ActingTechniquesI....................................................3hoursTHR113TheatreWorkshopI.....................................................2hoursAreaIIElectives.......................................................................14hoursTotal.........................................................................................22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................63-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceeitherinliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduStudentsshouldberemindedthatmostallrequiredcoursescanbecompletedatNortheastforpracticallyallprogramsofstudylistedontheSTARSwebsite.Ourlistingofmajorsprogramsofstudyissimplyacompilationofsomeofthemorepopularoptions.OnthenextpageisacomprehensivelistofmajorsprogramsofstudyfromtheSTARSprogram. Northeast48THEGENERALEDUCATIONCOREFORTHEASSOCIATEINSCIENCEDEGREEAstudentpursuingthisdegreeprogramshouldbeawarethatcertainvariationsmayexistforAreasIIIIIIandIVdependingonthestudentsAreaVconcentration.PleaseseespecificlistingsundertheappropriateTransferGuideinthefollowingpages.AreaIWrittenCompositionIandII............6CreditHoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArts...............12CreditHoursMustcomplete3semesterhoursinLiterature.Mustcomplete3semesterhoursintheArts.RemainingsemesterhourstobeselectedfromHumanitiesandorFineArts.HumanitiesandArtsdisciplinesincludebutarenotlimitedtoAreaIIEthnicStudiesArtandArtHistoryForeignLanguagesMusicandMusicHistoryPhilosophyEthicsReligiousStudiesSpeechTheaterandDance.AreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematics...............................................11CreditHoursMustcomplete3semesterhoursinMathematicsatthePrecalculusAlgebraorFiniteMathLevelorhigher.Mustcomplete8semesterhoursintheNaturalScienceswhichmustincludeLaboratoryExperiences.InadditiontoMathematicsdisciplinesintheNaturalSciencesincludeAstronomyBiologicalSciencesChemistryGeologyPhysicalGeographyEarthSciencePhysicsandPhysicalScience.AreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciences...................................12CreditHoursMustcomplete3semesterhoursinHistory.Mustcompleteatleast6semesterhoursfromamongotherdisciplinesintheSocialandBehavioralSciences.SocialandBehavioralSciencesincludebutarenotlimitedtoAnthropologyEconomicsGeographyPoliticalSciencePsychologyandSociology.AreaI-IVMinimumGeneralEducationRequirements.............................................41CreditHoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalPre-MajorandElectiveCourses...............................19-23CreditHoursCoursesappropriatetothedegreerequirementsandmajoroftheindividualstudentandelectives.StudentscompletingcoursesthathavebeenapprovedfortheGeneralStudiesCurriculumandareappropriatetotheirmajorandordegreeprogrammaytransferthesecourseswithcreditapplicabletotheirdegreeprogramamongtwo-yearandfour-yearcollegesanduniversities.AreaI-VGeneralStudiesCurricula...........................................60-64CreditHoursMaximumProgramSemesterCreditHours..............................................64CreditHoursSemesterCreditHourRangebyAward...............................60-64CreditHoursNoteMustcompletea6-semester-hoursequenceeitherinLiteratureorinHistoryand3semesterhoursinSpeech.ThesequenceinAreaIIandIVinLiteratureorHistoryneedstofollowthesequencerequirementsaccordingtothestudentsmajorandtransferplans.RespectiveprogramsofstudyforbaccalaureatedegreesatAlabamapublicuniversitiesrangefrom120to128semestercredithoursinlength.DependentuponthetotalhoursallocatedforthebachelorsdegreesinstitutionsinTheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemwillonlybeauthorizedtoprovide50percentofthattotal60-64.TRANSFERGUIDESASSOCIATEINSCIENCEThefollowingtransferguidesareforstudentswhointendtomajorinthespecificareasthatarelisted.TheAlabamaArticulationandGeneralStudiesCommitteewhichwascreatedbytheAlabamaLegislaturethroughACT94-202devisedtheseprogramsofstudy.ThislegislationrequiresthattheseprogramsandtheircoursesbeacceptedfortransferatallpublicinstitutionsofhighereducationinAlabama.Anystudentorfacultyadvisorwhoencountersaproblemingettingtheseprogramsandcoursestransferredtoatwoorfour-yearcollegeinAlabamashouldcontactDeanSherieGracewhoservesasthearticulationcontactpersonatNortheast.Moredetailedtransferguidesandstudenttransferagreementstofour-yearcollegesmaybeobtainedfromtheStatewideArticulationReportingSystemSTARSontheInternetathttpstars.troy.edu.StudentswhocompletethecourseslistedonthefollowingtransferguidescanreceivetheAssociateinScienceDegree.TransferGuideAccountingSeeBusiness.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideAgribusinessEconomicsSeeBusiness.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideAgriculturalBusinessandEconomicsAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hours Northeast49AreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature...................................................................................3hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126PHL206EthicsandSociety.......................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH120orhigher.....................................................................3hoursBIO103-104PrinciplesofBiologyI-II......................................8hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202ECO231PrinciplesofMacroeconomics....................................3hoursSOC200IntroductiontoSociology............................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences..............................................3hoursChoosefromECO231GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursBUS271-272BusinessStatisticsIandII...................................6hoursBUS241-242PrinciplesofAccountingI-II...............................6hoursECO232PrinciplesofMicroeconomics....................................3hoursAreaVElective.........................................................................1hourTotal.........................................................................................19hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................60hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideAgronomyandSoilsAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251and252ENG261and262orENG271and272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective....................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MSU101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH113PrecalculusTrigonometry........................................3hoursCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHIS101WesternCivilizationI...................................................3hoursHIS102WesternCivilizationII..................................................3hoursECO232PrinciplesofMicroeconomics....................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences............................................3hoursChoosefromGEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursCHM221OrganicChemistryI...................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................19hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................60hoursMTH112orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH113.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideAnimalandDairyScienceAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251and252ENG261and262orENG271and272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH113PrecalculusTrigonometry..........................................3hoursBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory.........................................................................................6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202ECO232PrinciplesofMicroeconomics....................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences................................................3hoursChoosefromGEO100PSY200SOC200Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hours Northeast50CIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursCHM221OrganicChemistryI...................................................4hoursPHY201GeneralPhysicsI-TrigBased..................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................19hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................60hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideApparelMerchandisingDesignProductivitySeeBusiness.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideAppliedMathematicsSeeMathematics.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideArchitectureAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272PHL206EthicsandSociety.......................................................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...................................................................4hoursPHY201GeneralPhysicsITrigBased...................................4hoursNaturalSciences......................................................................4hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY202PHY213214Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesART113121or127..................................................................6hoursECO232......................................................................................3hoursSPH107......................................................................................3hoursCIS207and208..........................................................................6hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................18-21hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideAthleticTrainingAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126ENG251252ENG261262orENG271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiology...................................................4hoursPhysicswithLab.........................................................................4hoursChoosefromPHY201202213214Mathematics................................................................................3hoursChoosefromMTH112113115120125126227237238TheUniversityofAlabamarequiresMTH112orhigher.TheUniversityofWestAlabamarequiresMTH113orhigher.Total.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202PSY200......................................................................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralScienceElective...................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBIO201.......................................................................................4hoursBIO202.......................................................................................4hoursCISElective............................................................................3hours Northeast51AreaVElectives................................................................8-12hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalhoursrequiredfordegree.......................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideBehavioralScienceSeePsychology.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideBiochemistrySeeChemistry.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideBiologyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher....................................3hoursBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCISElective............................................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursCHM221....................................................................................4hoursCHM222....................................................................................4hoursMTH125.................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursNOTEStatisticsorasequenceinphysicsisrequiredforsomefouryearschools.Consultthefour-yearcatalog.Musttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideBiomedicalSciencesAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective.......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusIorhigher..................................................4hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231ECO232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursSelect20semesterhoursfromthefollowingBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursBIO104.......................................................................................4hoursBIO201.......................................................................................4hoursBIO202.......................................................................................4hoursCHM221....................................................................................4hoursCHM222....................................................................................4hoursPHY201or213..........................................................................4hours Northeast52PHY202or214..........................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideBuildingScienceAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...................................................................4hoursPHY201GeneralPhysicsITrigBased...................................4hoursPHY202GeneralPhysicsIITrigBased..................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBUS146PersonalFinance.........................................................3hoursBUS241PrinciplesofAccountingI...........................................3hoursECO231PrinciplesofMacroeconomicsorECO232PrinciplesofMicroeconomics...............................3hoursPHL206EthicsandSociety.......................................................3hoursCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................3-4hoursTotal....................................................................................18-19hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-62hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideBusinessAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature.....................................................................................6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272FineArtsElectives..................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112PrecalculusAlgebra....................................................3hoursNaturalSciencewithLab........................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214Total.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory.........................................................................................3hoursChoosefromHIS101102201or202ECO231PrinciplesofMacroeconomics....................................3hoursECO232PrinciplesofMicroeconomics....................................3hoursPSY200GeneralPsychologyorSOC200IntroductiontoSociology......................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursBUS271BusinessStatisticsI.....................................................3hoursBUS272BusinessStatisticsII.................................................3hoursBUS241PrinciplesofAccountingI...........................................3hoursBUS242PrinciplesofAccountingII.........................................3hoursMTH120CalculusandItsApplications...................................3hoursBUS263LegalandSocialEnvironmentofBusiness................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................21hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................62hoursElectivehoursifthesecoursesarenotrequiredbyyourseniorcollege.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideBusinessEducationSeeBusiness.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideChemistryAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hours Northeast53AreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursMTH125CalculusI...................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI.................................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII................................4hoursCISElective............................................................................3hoursMTH126CalculusII..................................................................4hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................3-7hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideClinicalLaboratorySciencesMedicalTechnologyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives..................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElectives.....................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursMTH112PrecalculusAlgebra....................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................12hourAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO220GeneralMicrobiology..................................................4hoursMTH265ElementaryStatistics..................................................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursCHM221OrganicChemistryI...................................................4hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................1-5hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteAnatomyandPhysiologyIandIIandorMath113arerequiredforsomeinstitutions.ConsulttheCatalogofyourfour-yearinstitution.TransferGuideCommunicationStudiesorSpeechAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hou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Northeast54AreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences.......................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH112Pre-calculusAlgebraorhigher...................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursElectivesAGSCapprovedcoursesnotpreviouslytakeninAreasI-IV...............................................................9-12hoursOtherElectivesRefertothetransferinstitutionscatalogorhomepageforrequirements..................................6-9hoursTotal.........................................................................................21hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................62-63hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideComputerInformationSystemsSeeComputerScienceConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideComputerScienceAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112orhigher.....................................................................3hoursNaturalSciences......................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214Total.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................12hourAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH125CalculusI...................................................................4hoursMTH126CalculusII..................................................................4hoursCIS251CProgramming........................................................3hoursAreaVElectives................................................................8-12hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideCriminalJusticeAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences......................................................................8hoursCho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Northeast55SocialandBehavioralSciences...............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................12hourAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCRJ100IntroductiontoCriminalJustice...................................3hoursCRJ110IntroductiontoLawEnforcementorCRJ150IntroductiontoCorrectionsorCRJ160IntroductiontoSecurity..........................................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursAreaVElectives...................................................................12hoursTotal.........................................................................................21hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................62-63hoursStudentsmusttakeasequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideEconomicsSeeBusiness.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideArtEducationAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalScienceSequence.......................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214MTH110orhigher.................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursART113DrawingI.....................................................................3hoursART121Two-DimensionalCompI...........................................3hoursART127Three-DimensionalCompII.......................................3hoursART204ArtHistoryII...............................................................3hoursAreaVElectives.....................................................................7hoursTotal.........................................................................................22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................63-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceeitherinliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideBiologyEducationMiddleHighSchoolAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112PrecalculusAlgebra....................................................3hoursBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory.............................................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Northeast56AreaVElectives................................................................7-12hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideChemistryEducationMiddleHighSchoolAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursMTH125CalculusI...................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................12hourAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCHM221OrganicChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM222OrganicChemistryII.................................................4hoursCISElective............................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives................................................................8-11hoursPHY201or213PHY202or214MTH126Total....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideElementaryEarlyChildhoodEducationAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursMTH112Pre-CalculusAlgebra.............................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursAreaIIIElectivesrepresentingtwodisciplinesotherthanBiologysuchasCHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202213214orGLY101........................................................8hoursMathematicsElectives............................................................9hoursAreaVElectives....................................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Northeast57AreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsENG261EnglishLiteratureI.....................................................3hoursENG262EnglishLiteratureII....................................................3hoursSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursTHR120TheaterAppreciationorTHR126IntroductiontoTheater..........................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalScienceSequence.........................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214MTH110orhigher...................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory.........................................................................................3hoursChoosefromHIS101102201or202SocialandBehavioralSciences................................................9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................12hourAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursENG251AmericanLiteratureI..................................................3hoursENG252AmericanLiteratureII................................................3hoursAreaVElective.......................................................................10hoursTotal.........................................................................................19hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................60hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideGeneralScienceEducationMiddleHighSchoolAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............3hoursFineArtsElective...................................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursMTH113or125...............................................................3-4hoursTotal....................................................................................11-12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................12hourAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursCISElective............................................................................3hoursPHY201GeneralPhysicsI-TrigBasedorPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI.............................4hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................4-7hoursTotal....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTheGeneralScienceEducationProgramisquitedifferentatseveralfour-yearinstitutions.Closelyconsultthefour-yearcatalogandyouradvisorinadditiontotheSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideHealthEducationMiddleHighSchoolSeePhysicalEducation.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideHistoryEducationMiddleHighSchoolAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitie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Northeast58AreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences..........................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH110FiniteMathorMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHIS101HistoryofWesternCivilizationI..................................3hoursHIS102HistoryofWesternCivilizationII................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences................................................6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesHIS201U.S.HistoryI................................................................3hoursHIS202U.S.HistoryII..............................................................3hoursCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................9-13hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideMathematicsEducationMiddleHighSchoolAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences......................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214Mathematics.............................................................................3-4hoursChoosefromMTH112orhigherTotal....................................................................................11-12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................12hourAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH125CalculusI...................................................................4hoursMTH126CalculusII..................................................................4hoursMTH227CalculusIII.................................................................4hoursCISElective............................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................4-8hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideMusicEducationMiddleHighSchoolAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total..................................................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Northeast59MusicTheory..............................................................................8hoursChoosefromMUS111112orMUS211212StudioCourses........................................................................5hoursMusicEnsembles..................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................20hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................61-62hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceeitherinliteratureorhistory.IndividualperformanceinstructiontakenfromMUPcoursesmustincludeacompletesequenceinasingleinstrument.TakenfromMUL180orabove.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuidePhysicalEducationK-12AreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective.......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences........................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH112Pre-calculusAlgebraorhigher...................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursBIO201.......................................................................................4hoursHED230.....................................................................................3hoursPED200..................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................6-9hoursTotal....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduHealthEducationrequiresHEC-140inplaceofPED200TransferGuidePhysicsEducationMiddleHighSchoolAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective..................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective....................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125.....................................................................................4hoursPHY213andPHY214orPHY201andPHY202...............................................................8hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126CalculusII..................................................................4hoursMTH227CalculusIII.................................................................4hoursMTH237LinearAlgebraorMTH238AppliedDifferentialEquations.............................3hoursCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII.........................................0-4hoursCIS146or251......................................................................3hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.edu Northeast60TransferGuideSocialStudiesEducationMiddleHighSchoolAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature.....................................................................................3hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................3-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences........................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH110FiniteMathorMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesGEO100WorldRegionalGeography........................................3hoursHIS101HistoryofWesternCivilizationI..................................3hoursHIS102HistoryofWesternCivilizationII................................3hoursPSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................12hourAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesSOC200IntroductiontoSociology............................................3hoursHIS201U.S.HistoryI................................................................3hoursHIS202U.S.HistoryII..............................................................3hoursPOL211AmericanNationalGovernment..................................3hoursCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................3-7hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideSpanishEducationMiddleHighSchoolAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-3hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152THR120126Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences......................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH110FiniteMathorMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102HIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................12hourAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesSPA101IntroductorySpanishI..................................................4hoursSPA102IntroductorySpanishII................................................4hoursSPA201IntermediateSpanishI..................................................3hoursSPA202IntermediateSpanishII................................................3hoursCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................2-6hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideSpecialEducationAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126 Northeast61HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-3hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursMTH112Pre-CalculusAlgebra...............................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursAreaIIIElectivesrepresentingdisciplinesotherthanBiologysuchasChemistryPhysicsAstronomyorGeology.MayincludePHS111orPHS112..............4-8hoursMathematicsElectives............................................................9hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................3-6hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideEngineeringAerospaceAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI..........................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII.........................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH237.....................................................................................3hoursMTH238.....................................................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112................................................................................0-4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursPHL206.................................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................21-28hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineering-BiomedicalUABOnlyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective.......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total......................................................................................9-10hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusIorhigher..................................................4hoursPHY213......................................................................................4hoursPHY214......................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory......................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202 Northeast62SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231ECO232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................9hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCISElective...................................................................3hoursBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursChoosefromMTH237orMTH238...............................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................26hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................62-63hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineering-BiosystemsAUOnlyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature.................................................................................3hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126PHL206......................................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusIorhigher..................................................4hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursPHY213......................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySequence......................................................................6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202ECO232......................................................................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCISElective..............................................................................3hoursChoose19-20hoursfromthefollowingBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH238.....................................................................................3hoursTotal....................................................................................22-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................62-63hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineeringChemicalAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI...........................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII..........................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH237................................................................................0-3hoursMTH238................................................................................0-3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursCHM221....................................................................................4hoursCHM222....................................................................................4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hours Northeast63PHL206.................................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................27-36hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................63hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineeringCivilAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI..........................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII..........................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH237................................................................................0-3hoursMTH238.....................................................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112...................................................................................4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursPHL206.................................................................................0-3hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................22-28hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineeringComputerAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI...........................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII..........................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH237...................................................................................3hoursMTH238.....................................................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursPHL206.................................................................................0-3hours Northeast64AreaVElectives....................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................21-27hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineeringComputerScienceOptionAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI...........................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII..........................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH237.....................................................................................3hoursScienceElective..........................................................................4hoursChosefromBIO103104CHM104105111112PHS111112orPHY201202CISElective..............................................................................3hoursPHL206.................................................................................0-3hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................0-6hoursTotal....................................................................................18-27hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineeringElectricalAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI...........................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII..........................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH237...................................................................................3hoursMTH238.....................................................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursPHL206.................................................................................0-3hours Northeast65AreaVElectives....................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................21-27hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineeringIndustrialAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI...........................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII..........................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH237.....................................................................................3hoursMTH238.....................................................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursPHL206.................................................................................0-3hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................25-28hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................61-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineeringMaterialsAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI..........................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII..........................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH237.....................................................................................3hoursMTH238.....................................................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursPHL206.................................................................................0-3hours Northeast66AreaVElectives....................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................25-28hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................61-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineeringMechanicalAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI...........................4hoursPHY214GeneralPhysicswithCalculusII..........................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH237................................................................................0-3hoursMTH238.....................................................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112................................................................................0-4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursPHL206.................................................................................0-3hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................0-7hoursTotal....................................................................................21-28hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEngineeringPolymerandFiberAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..............................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126.....................................................................................4hoursMTH227.....................................................................................4hoursMTH238...................................................................................3hoursPHY213......................................................................................4hoursPHY214......................................................................................4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursPHL206.................................................................................0-3hours Northeast67AreaVElectives....................................................................0-4hoursTotal....................................................................................21-28hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH125isaprerequisiteforPHY213.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduNoteThepre-engineeringprogramsofstudyincludeAerospaceChemicalCivilComputerComputerScienceOptionElectricalIndustrialMaterialsMechanicalandPolymerFiber.TransferGuideEnvironmentalScienceAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective.......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112Pre-calculusAlgebraorhigher.................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory........................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursBIO104.......................................................................................4hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................8-11hoursTotal....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideExerciseScienceWellnessAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112Pre-calculusAlgebraorhigher................................3hoursNaturalSciences........................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214Total.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory........................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursBIO201.......................................................................................4hoursHED-PEDElectives...............................................................6-9hoursChoosefromPED200HED224HED226HED230AreaVElectives....................................................................3-6hoursTotal....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduAuburnUniversityUABrequiresMTH113inAreaIIITransferGuideFamilyConsumerSciencesAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hours Northeast68AreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective.......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112Pre-calculusAlgebraorhigher...................................3hoursNaturalScience........................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214Total.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursHEC140......................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives................................................................13-16hoursTotal....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-63hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideFisheriesScienceAUOnlyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective.......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusIorhigher..................................................4hoursBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursBIO104.......................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySequence........................................................................6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202ECO232......................................................................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences................................................3hoursChoosefromECO231GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursCHM221....................................................................................4hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................4-7hoursTotal....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduPHL206preferred.TransferGuideFoodandNutritionSeeNutrition.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideForeignLanguageSeeSpanishEducationMiddleSchool.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideForestManagement-ForestScienceAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126 Northeast69HumanitiesandFineArtsElective.......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112Pre-calculusAlgebraorhigher.................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202ECO232......................................................................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences..............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursBIO104.......................................................................................4hoursMTH113.....................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................5-8hoursTotal....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideForestryAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursLiterature..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272FineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126PHL206EthicsandSociety.......................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursMTH125126227237or238.............................................3-4hoursTotal....................................................................................11-12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory.........................................................................................6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202ECO232PrinciplesofMicroeconomics....................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences................................................3hoursChoosefromECO231GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursBUS271BusinessStatisticsIorMTH265ElementaryStatistics..................................................3hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................5-8hoursTotal....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideGeneralStudiesinHumanEnvironmentalSciencesSeeFamilyandConsumerSciences.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideGeologyConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideHealthandWellnessManagementSeeExerciseScienceandWellness.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideHealthPhysicalEducationandRecreationSeePhysicalEducation.TransferGuideHistoryAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal............................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature..................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalofPublicSpeaking.................................3hours Northeast70FineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences........................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH110FiniteMathorMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySequence........................................................................6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences................................................6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesHistorySequence........................................................................6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202CIS146.......................................................................................3hoursAreaII-IVElectives....................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................6-10hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideHorticultureAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursMTH113PrecalculusTrigonometry..........................................3hoursTotal....................................................................................11-12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231ECO232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursAreaVElectives..............................................................12-16hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideHumanEnvironmentalScienceSeeFamilyandConsumerServices.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideIndustrialHygieneAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusIorhigher..................................................4hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hours Northeast71AreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231ECO232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursChoose16-20HoursfromBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursBIO104.......................................................................................4hoursBIO201.......................................................................................4hoursBIO202.......................................................................................4hoursPHY213......................................................................................4hoursPHY214......................................................................................4hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideInformationSystemsSeeBusiness.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideLabTechnologySeeClinicalLaboratorySciencesMedicalTechnology.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideMathematicsAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective..................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective....................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences....................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202PHY213214Mathematics.........................................................................3-4hoursChoosefromMTH112orhigherTotal....................................................................................11-12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCISElective..........................................................................3hoursMTH125CalculusI...................................................................4hoursMTH126CalculusII..................................................................4hoursMTH227CalculusIII.................................................................4hoursAreaVElectives................................................................4-8hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.BecauseofprerequisiterequirementsinAreaVstudentsareencouragedtotakeMTH113inAreaIII.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideMeteorologySeePhysics.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideNutritionAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hours Northeast72AreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112Pre-calculusAlgebraorhigher..............................3hoursCHM104orCHM111CHM105orCHM112Total.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231ECO232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursHEC140......................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives................................................................13-16hoursTotal....................................................................................19-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduAuburnUniversityrequiresCHM111CHM112MTH113inAreaIIITransferGuidePhysicsAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective..................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective....................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursPHY213......................................................................................4hoursPHY214......................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH126CalculusII..................................................................4hoursMTH227CalculusIII.................................................................4hoursMTH237orMTH238.........................................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112............................................................................0-4hoursCIS146or251......................................................................3hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuidePoliticalScienceAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalofPublicSpeaking.................................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences......................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH110FiniteMathorMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102HIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesPOL211AmericanNationalGovernment..................................3hoursPOL220StateandLocalGovernment.......................................3hoursHIS102WesternCivilizationIIorHIS202UnitedStatesHistoryII...........................................3hoursCIS146.......................................................................................3hours Northeast73AreaVElectives..................................................................6-10hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduHistorycourseschoseninAreaIVwillNOTfulfillthehistoryrequirementforAreaV.TransferGuidePoultryScienceAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective..................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120HumanitiesandFineArtsElective....................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursMTH113PrecalculusTrigonometry..........................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.........................................6-9hoursChoosefromGEO100ECO232PSY200SOC200Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursCHM221OrganicChemistryI...............................................4hoursPHY201GeneralPhysicsI....................................................4hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursAreaVElectives......................................................................1-4hoursTotal.........................................................................................22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.StudentsinthePre-VetoptionshouldalsotakeCHM222OrganicChemistryIIandPHY202GeneralPhysicsII.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuidePre-DentistrySeePre-MedicineAssociateinScienceDegreePre-MedicinePre-DentistryAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives..................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126PHL206preferredTotal....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusIorhigher..................................................4hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCISElective..............................................................................3hoursSelect20semesterhoursfromthefollowingBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursBIO104.......................................................................................4hoursCHM221....................................................................................4hoursCHM222....................................................................................4hoursPHY201or213..........................................................................4hoursPHY202or214..........................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.edu Northeast74TransferGuidePre-NursingAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126PHL206EthicsandSociety.......................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiology...............................................4hoursCHM104IntroductiontoInorganicChemistry..........................4hoursMTH112PrecalculusAlgebra................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102201202PSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursPSY210HumanGrowthandDevelopment...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBIO201AnatomyandPhysiologyI...........................................4hoursBIO202AnatomyandPhysiologyII..........................................4hoursBIO220Microbiology................................................................4hoursMTH265ElementaryStatistics..............................................3hoursHEC140PrinciplesofNutrition.................................................3hoursElective...................................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................21hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................62hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuidePre-OccupationalTherapyTheOccupationalTherapyProgramsatAlabamaStatetheUniversityofSouthAlabamaandtheUniversityofAlabamaatBirminghamarenowofferedonlyattheMasterslevel.Pleasecheckthehomepagesoftheseinstitutionsformoreinformationregardingtheseprograms.AreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature.....................................................................................6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursPHY201or213GeneralPhysicsITrigBased........................4hoursMTH112PrecalculusAlgebra....................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory.........................................................................................3hoursChoosefromHIS101102201or202PSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursPSY210HumanGrowthandDevelopment...............................3hoursSOC200IntroductiontoSociology............................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI..............................4hoursBIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII.............................4hoursMTH265ElementaryStatistics..................................................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursAreaVElectives....................................................................5-9hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuidePre-OptometryAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................0-4hoursChoosefromART101203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201201212THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusIorhigher..................................................4hours Northeast75CHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory........................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202PSY200......................................................................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursChoose16-19semesterhoursfromthefollowingBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursBIO104.......................................................................................4hoursBIO220.......................................................................................4hoursCHM221....................................................................................4hoursMTH265.....................................................................................3hoursPHY201or213..........................................................................4hoursPHY202or214..........................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................61-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduAllofthesecoursesalongwithaBachelorsDegreearerequiredtoApplytoUABSchoolofOptometry.TransferGuidePre-PharmacyAuburnUniversityPre-PharmacyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature.....................................................................................3hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126PHL206......................................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursMTH125CalculusI...................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory.........................................................................................6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences..................................................6hoursChoosefromGEO100SOC200PSY200ECO232POL211Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCHM221OrganicChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM222OrganicChemistryII.................................................4hoursPHY201GeneralPhysicsI........................................................4hoursMTH265ElementaryStatistics..................................................3hoursBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI..............................4hoursBIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII.............................4hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................30hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduAnycombinationof22hoursfromAreaVwillmeetrequirementofASDegreeInadditiontothecoursesaboveGenomicBiologyBIO3020MicrobiologyBIO3200BiochemistryCHM3200ImmunologyBIO3500andMammalianPhysiologyBIO5600areupperlevelcoursesthatmustbecompletedata4yearschoolbeforeenteringAuburnUniversitySchoolofPharmacy.SamfordUniversityPre-PharmacyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101.....................................................................................3hoursENG102.....................................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature.....................................................................................3hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262271272SPH107......................................................................................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElectives......................................0-9hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total......................................................................................6-15hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursMTH125.....................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory......................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefrom3hoursinWesternCivilizationHIS101orHIS102or6hoursinU.S.HistoryHIS201andHIS202PsychologyorSociology............................................................3hoursPSY200orSOC200SocialandBehavioralSciences............................................0-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................6-18hours Northeast76AreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBIO201.......................................................................................4hoursBIO202.......................................................................................4hoursBIO220.......................................................................................4hoursCHM221....................................................................................4hoursCHM222....................................................................................4hoursMTH265.....................................................................................3hoursCISElective..............................................................................3hoursPEDElective.............................................................................2hoursTotal.........................................................................................28hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................64hoursAreaIIandAreaIVelectivesshouldtotalninehours.Consultfour-yearcatalog.Anycombinationof22hoursfromAreaVwillmeetrequirementofASDegreeTransferGuidePre-PhysicalTherapyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective.......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH113PrecalculusTrigonometryorhigher.........................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202PSY200......................................................................................3hoursPSY210......................................................................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................0-3hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesSelect21-23hoursfromthefollowingCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursBIO201.......................................................................................4hoursBIO202.......................................................................................4hoursChoose6-8hoursfromMTH265.....................................................................................3hoursPHY201or213..........................................................................4hoursPHY202or214..........................................................................4hoursOAD211.....................................................................................3hoursTotal....................................................................................21-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................63-64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduAllofthesehoursareneededtoapplyforPTschoolaftercompletionofaBachelorsDegree.YoumaywishtotaketheadditionalhoursinAreaVwhileatNACC.Consultwithyouradvisor.TransferGuidePre-PhysicianAssistantAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective......................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective........................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher..................................3hoursCHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101HIS102orHIS201HIS202SocialandBehavioralSciences.............................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231ECO232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursBIO103.......................................................................................4hoursBIO104.......................................................................................4hoursBIO201.......................................................................................4hoursBIO202.......................................................................................4hoursBIO220.......................................................................................4hours Northeast77MTH265.....................................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................26hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.......................................64hoursConsultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduOtherPre-requisitesinadditiontoaBachelorsDegreetobeeligibleforthisprogramareOAD211MedicalTerminologyCHM221OrganicChemistryIAnycombinationof22hoursfromAreaVwillmeetrequirementofASDegreeBonuspointsaregivenforPhysicsPHY201PathophysiologyBIO230ImmunologyGeneticsBiochemistryPharmacologyTransferGuidePre-RespiratoryTherapyCardiopulmonarySciencesAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursMTH112PrecalculusAlgebra....................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202PSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursSOC200IntroductiontoSociology............................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................0-3hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesStudentsshouldselect19-23hoursfromthecourseslistedbelowCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiology................................4hoursBIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiology................................4hoursBIO220GeneralMicrobiology..................................................4hoursMTH265ElementaryStatistics..................................................3hoursPHY201GeneralPhysicsI........................................................4hoursTotal....................................................................................19-23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuidePre-VeterinaryMedicineAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature.....................................................................................6hoursChoosefromENG251and252ENG261and262orENG271and272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH113Pre-CalculusTrigonometry........................................3hoursCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHIS101WesternCivilizationI...................................................3hoursHIS102WesternCivilizationII..................................................3hoursECO232PrinciplesofMicroeconomics....................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences..............................................3hoursChoosefromGEO100PSY200SOC200Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursCHM221OrganicChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM222OrganicChemistryII.................................................4hoursCIS130or146........................................................................3hoursMTH125.....................................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................23hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................64hoursMTH113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuidePsychologyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hours Northeast78ENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalSciences......................................................................8hoursChoosefromAST220BIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH110FiniteMathorMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102HIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesPSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursAreasII-IVElectives..............................................................6hoursCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives................................................................6-10hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideRadiologicSciencesTheonly4-yearBachelorsPrograminRadiologicSciencesinAlabamaisattheUniversityofSouthAlabama.UABnolongeroffersthisprogram.StudentsshouldconsulttheSTARStransferguideandUniversityofSouthAlabamaCatalog.AreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsPHY201GeneralPhysicsI........................................................4hoursPHY202GeneralPhysicsII.......................................................4hoursMTH113PrecalculusTrigonometry..........................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202PSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY210SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursBIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI..............................4hoursBIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII.............................4hoursMTH265ElementaryStatistics..................................................3hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................22-25hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................63-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideReligiousStudiesAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252261262or271272SPH107......................................................................................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126 Northeast79HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsNaturalScience...........................................................................8hoursChoosefromBIO103104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY201202orPHY213214MTH110orhigher.....................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101and102orHIS201and202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210orSOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCourseCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives................................................................9-13hoursREL100REL151orREL152.................................................3hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.StudentisresponsibleforconsultingandfollowingSTARStransferguidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideSocialWorkAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursNaturalSciences......................................................................4hoursChoosefromAST220BIO104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH110FiniteMathorMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102HIS201202SOC200IntroductiontoSociology............................................3hoursPSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................0-3hoursChoosefromECO232GEO100POL211PSY210SOC210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMTH265ElementaryStatistics..................................................3hoursECO231Macroeconomics.........................................................3hoursCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursAreasII-IVElectives...........................................................3-6hoursAreaVElectives................................................................6-10hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideSpeechSeeCommunicationStudies.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideSpeechPathologyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElective....................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126HumanitiesandFineArtsElective......................................0-4hoursChoosefromART100203204ENG251252261262271272MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA101102201202THR120126Total....................................................................................12-13hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hours Northeast80NaturalSciences......................................................................4hoursChoosefromAST220BIO104CHM104105CHM111112PHS111112PHY120PHY201202PHY213214MTH110FiniteMathorMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorhigher...............................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102HIS201202SocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................6-9hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211SOC200210Total.........................................................................................12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesPSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursPSY210HumanGrowthandDevelopment...............................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursAreaVElectives................................................................9-13hoursTotal....................................................................................18-22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideSportsandFitnessManagementSeeExerciseScienceandWellness.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuide.TransferGuideTextileManagementandTechnologyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives..................................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMathCourse.............................................................................3-4hoursChoosefromMTH113120126227237or238CHM111.....................................................................................4hoursCHM112.....................................................................................4hoursTotal....................................................................................11-12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202ECO231......................................................................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences...........................................3-6hoursChoosefromECO232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBUS241......................................................................................3hoursBUS242......................................................................................3hoursBUS271......................................................................................3hoursBUS285......................................................................................3hoursCISElective............................................................................3hoursMTH125.....................................................................................4hoursPHL206..................................................................................3hoursAreaVElectives..................................................................0-3hoursTotal....................................................................................22-25hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................60-64hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTransferGuideWildlifeScienceAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursENG102EnglishCompositionII...............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsLiterature................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromENG251252ENG261262orENG271272SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursFineArtsElectives......................................................................3hourChoosefromART100203204MUS101THR120126Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsMTH125CalculusI...............................................................4hoursBIO103PrinciplesofBiologyI.................................................4hoursBIO104PrinciplesofBiologyII................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistory....................................................................................3-6hoursChoosefromHIS101102orHIS201202ECO232PrinciplesofMicroeconomics....................................3hoursSocialandBehavioralSciences................................................3hoursChoosefromGEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total......................................................................................9-12hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCHM111CollegeChemistryI...................................................4hoursCHM112CollegeChemistryII..................................................4hours Northeast81CIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursBUS271BusinessStatisticsIorMTH265ElementaryStatistics............................................3hoursPHY201GeneralPhysicsITrigBasedorPHY213GeneralPhysicswithCalculusI............................4hoursAreaVElectives.........................................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................22hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................61hoursMusttakea6semester-hoursequenceineitherliteratureorhistory.MTH112113orappropriateplacementscoresareprerequisitesforMTH125.MTH113orappropriateplacementscoreisaprerequisiteforPHY201.Consultfour-yearcatalogandorSTARSTransferGuidehttpstars.troy.eduTHEGENERALEDUCATIONCOREFORTHEASSOCIATEINAPPLIEDSCIENCEDEGREETheAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeisanundergraduateawarddesignedforstudentsplanningtospecializeintechnicalbusinesssemi-professionalandsupervisoryfieldsthatarecareeroriented.TheoutlineprovidedhererevealsthegeneralguidelinesforStateBoardPolicy712.01andisusedbythecollegetodesignspecificdegreeprograms.AstudentpursuinganyoftheAASdegreesmustfollowthespecificrequirementsforhisherprogramfoundinthissectionofthecatalog.AreaIWrittenCompositionIandII.........3-6CreditHoursMustcompleteENG101.RemainingsemesterhoursmaybeselectedfromeitherENG102orTechnicalWriting.AreaIIHumanitiesFineArtsandSpeech........................................................3-6CreditHoursAreasIandIImustincludeaminimumof9hours.Mustcomplete3semesterhoursinSpeechunlessprovisionsforaddressingOralCommunicationCompetenciesrepresentanintegralmoduleinarequireddiscipline-specificcourse.Mustcompleteonecourseinhumanitiesandfinearts.HumanitiesandFineArtsdisciplinesincludeAreaEthnicStudiesArtandArtHistoryForeignLanguagesHumanitiesLiteratureMusicandMusicHistoryPhilosophyEthicsReligiousStudiesTheaterandDance.NoteIndividualcollegesmayestablishspecificcourserequirementswithinprogramofstudyparameterssetforthinthegeneraleducationcorefortheAssociateinAppliedScienceDegree.AreaIIINaturalScienceMathematicsandComputerScience...........................9-11CreditHoursMustcompleteaminimumof3semesterhoursinmathematics.MustcompleteonecourseinComputerScience2preferredordemonstratedcomputerliteracyskillsortheintegrationofcomputerproficiencieswithinarequireddiscipline-specificcourses.Appropriate100levelorhighermathematicsnaturalscienceandorcomputersciencecoursesasdenotedinTheAlabamaCollegeSystemCourseDirectorymaybeselected.InadditiontoMathematicsandComputerSciencedisciplinesintheNaturalSciencesincludeAstronomyBiologicalSciencesChemistryGeologyPhysicalGeographyEarthSciencePhysicsandPhysicalScience.Health-relatedDisciplinesStudentsenrolledasmajorsinhealth-relateddisciplinesforwhichtheAASdegreeisawardedmusttakeBIO103astheprerequisiteforBIO201BIO202andBIO220orpassthevalidatedsystemwidebiologyplacementexamination.AreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciences..................................3-6CreditHoursInadditiontoHistorytheSocialandBehavioralSciencesincludeAnthropologyEconomicsGeographyPoliticalSciencePsychologyandSociology.ProgramsinwhichtheAASrepresentstheTerminalAwardarenotrequiredtocompletethe6semesterhoursequenceinAreaIV.MinimumGeneralEducationRequirements........................................18-29CreditHoursAreaVMaximumGeneralEducationCoreTechnicalConcentrationandElectives.........................................47-58CreditHoursCoursesappropriatetothedegreerequirementsoccupationalortechnicalspecialtyrequirementscorecoursesandelectives.StudentsplanningprogramsofstudyforwhichtheAASdoesnotrepresenttheterminaldegreeandforwhichnationalorregionalprogrammaticlicensureandcertificationarerequiredshouldbeencouragedtointegratetheGeneralStudiestransfercourseswheneverpossible.MaximumProgramSemesterCreditHours..............................................76CreditHoursSemesterCreditHourRangebyAward...............................................60-76CreditHoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeBusinessManagementandSupervisionAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective.............................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100orhigher.....................................................................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursMathScienceorCISElective................................................3-4hoursTotal......................................................................................9-10hours Northeast82AreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesAreaIVElective..........................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesBUS241PrinciplesofAccountingI...........................................3hoursBUS242PrinciplesofAccountingII.........................................3hoursBUS263LegalandSocialEnvironmentofBusiness................3hoursBUS275PrinciplesofManagement...........................................3hoursECO231Macroeconomics.........................................................3hoursECO232Microeconomics..........................................................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursTechnicalCore........................................................................21hoursElectivesbyadvisement-atotalof8coursesBUSElectivesSelect6-7BUScourses.............................18-21hoursMTHorCISElectivesSelect1-2MTHorCIScourses.......3-6hoursTotalElectives.........................................................................24hoursTotalAreaV............................................................................45hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................66-68hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeComputerInformationSystemsAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective.............................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100orhighernoMTH110or116..................................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursMathScienceorCISElective.................................................3-4hoursTotal......................................................................................9-10hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesAreaIVElective..........................................................................3hoursChoosefromECO231232GEO100101HIS101102201202POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCIS150IntroductiontoComputerProgrammingandLogic...............................................................................3hoursCIS268SoftwareSupport..........................................................3hoursCIS269HardwareSupport.........................................................3hoursCIS199NetworkCommunications............................................3hoursCIS149IntroductiontoComputers............................................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursTechnicalCore........................................................................18hoursCISElectivesChoose5-6CIScoursesincludingatleast1programmingclass.........................................15-18hoursMTH112orhighernoMTH110or116..................................3hoursBusinessElectivesChoose1-2BUScourses........................3-6hoursTotalAreaVElectivesTotal8courses...............................24hoursTotal.........................................................................................42hoursTotalHoursforDegree.....................................................63-64hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeChildDevelopmentAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective.............................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100ornumericallyhigher.................................................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursMathScienceorCISElective.................................................3-4hoursTotal......................................................................................9-10hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesPSY200orSOC200GeneralPsychologyorIntroductiontoSociology....................................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesCHD100IntroductiontoEarlyCareEducationofChildren............................................................3hoursCHD201ChildGrowthDevelopmentPrinciples..................3hoursCHD202ChildrensCreativeExperiences................................3hoursCHD203ChildrensLiteratureLanguageDevelopment.......3hoursCHD204MethodsMaterialsforTeachingChildren..............3hoursCHD205ProgramPlanningforEducation................................3hoursCHD206ChildrensHealthSafety........................................3hoursCHD208AdministrationofChildDevelopmentPrograms.......3hoursCHD209InfantandToddlerEducationPrograms.....................2hoursCHD210EducatingExceptionalChildren.................................3hoursCHD215SupervisedPracticalExperienceinChildDevelopment................................................................3hoursProgramElectives....................................................................8-9hoursChoosefromCHD211212214217220221224SPA101102201202PHL206PSY200210SOC200210EMS100CardiopulmonaryResuscitationI.................................1hourWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursTotal....................................................................................44-45hoursTotalHoursforDegree.....................................................65-67hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeCriminalJusticeAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hours Northeast83AreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective.............................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100orhigher.....................................................................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursMathScienceorCISElective...................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................9hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesAreaIVElective..........................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursTotalAreasI-IV......................................................................21hoursAreaVTechnicalRequirementsCRJ100IntroductiontoCriminalJustice...................................3hoursCRJ110IntroductiontoLawEnforcement................................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursCRJ280InternshipinCriminalJustice......................................3hoursCRJElectivesbyadvisement............................................24-30hoursOtherElectives.........................................................................0-6hoursChoosefromPOL211220SOC200210PSY200210TotalTechnicalRequirements...............................................42hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................63hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeDraftingandDesignTechnologyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective.............................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH116MathematicalApplications.........................................3hoursorother100levelMathMathScienceorComputerScience..........................................6hoursTotal...........................................................................................9hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesElective.......................................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursTotalAreasI-IV......................................................................21hoursAreaVDDT104BasicComputerAidedDraftingDesign.................3hoursDDT111FundamentalsofDDT.................................................3hoursDDT113BlueprintReading.......................................................3hoursDDT117ManufacturingProcesses............................................3hoursDDT124IntrotoTechnicalDrawing.........................................3hoursDDT127IntermediateComputerAidedDraftingDesign......3hoursDDT128IntermediateTechnicalDrawing.................................3hoursDDT144Basic3DModeling.....................................................3hoursDDT193DraftingInternship......................................................3hoursDDT220orDDT225.................................................................3hoursDDT231AdvancedCAD...........................................................3hoursDDT233Intermediate3DSolidModeling................................3hoursDDT236DesignProject.............................................................3hoursDDT260Portfolio......................................................................3hoursINT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementTechnicalDrawing.............................................................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursTotalAreaV............................................................................48hoursTotalHoursRequiredfortheDegree...................................69hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeEmergencyMedicalServicesTheEmergencyMedicalServicesProgramisaccreditedbytheCommitteeonAccreditationofEducationalProgramsfortheEmergencyMedicalServicesProfessionsCoAEMSP.AreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective.............................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsBIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI..............................4hoursBIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII.............................4hoursMTH100Levelcourseorhigher................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................11hoursAreaIVSocialandBehavioralSciencesElectiveChoosefromECO231232GEO100POL211PSY200210SOC200210................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursTotalAreasI-IV......................................................................23hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesParamedicConcentrationEMS106MedicalTerminologyforHealthProfessionals..........2hoursEMS155EMSAdvancedTheoryandLab.................................9hoursEMS156EMSAdvancedClinical.............................................2hoursEMS240ParamedicOperations.................................................2hoursEMS241ParamedicCardiology................................................3hoursEMS242ParamedicPatientAssessment....................................3hoursEMS243ParamedicPharmacology.............................................1hour Northeast84EMS244ParamedicClinicalI.....................................................1hourEMS245ParamedicMedicalEmergencies................................3hoursEMS246ParamedicTraumaManagement................................3hoursEMS247ParamedicSpecialPopulations...................................2hoursEMS248ParamedicClinicalII..................................................3hoursEMS253ParamedicTransitiontotheWorkforce......................2hoursEMS254AdvancedCompetenciesforParamedic.....................2hoursEMS255ParamedicFieldPreceptorship...................................5hoursEMS256ParamedicTeamPreceptorship.....................................1hourWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursTotalAreaV............................................................................47hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................70hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeEngineeringTechnologyAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesFineArtsElective....................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra....................................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursPHS121AppliedPhysicalScience.............................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................10hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceelective.........................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVTechnicalCoreallcoursesrequiredEGR101EngineeringFoundations............................................3hoursENT106PrinciplesofEngineeringTech...................................3hoursINT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementandTechnicalDrawing..........................................................3hoursMTH103TechnicalMath...........................................................3hoursILT160DCFundamentals..........................................................3hoursILT161ACFundamentals..........................................................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursENT140AppliedStatics.............................................................3hoursENT242AdvancedStudiesinEngineeringTech.......................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................27hoursDDTSequenceselectgeneraldraftingor3DDDT104and111orDDT144and233......................................6hoursElectivesinConcentrationSelectoneMechanicalElectricalIndustrialElectives....................................................................................18hoursTotalAreaV............................................................................51hoursTotalHoursRequiredfortheAASDegree..........................73hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeIndustrialElectronicsTechnologyTheIndustrialElectronicsProgramisapprovedbytheElectronicsTechniciansAssociationInternationalETA-I.AreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursArtsandHumanitiesElective.....................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100orhigher.....................................................................3hoursCISElective................................................................................3hoursOtherelectiveinthefollowingdisciplines................................3hoursAstronomybiologicalsciencescomputersciencegeologyphysicalgeographyearthsciencephysicsorphysicalscienceTotal...........................................................................................9hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesElectiveinthefollowingdisciplines..........................................3hoursAnthropologyeconomicsgeographypoliticalsciencepsychologyhistoryorsociologyTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesILT109ElectricalBlueprintReading.........................................3hoursILT160DCFundamentals..........................................................3hoursILT161ACFundamentals..........................................................3hoursILT162SolidStateFundamentals..............................................3hoursILT163DigitalFundamentals....................................................3hoursILT166MotorsandTransformers..............................................3hoursILT192Co-opinILT..................................................................3hoursILT194ProgrammableLogicControllers..................................3hoursILT195TroubleshootingTechniques.........................................3hoursILT197MotorControls..............................................................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursILTElectivesbyadvisement..................................................12hoursTotalAreaV............................................................................45hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................66hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeIndustrialSystemsTechnologyElectricalInstrumentationAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hours Northeast85HumanitiesFineArtsElective....................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100ornumericallyhigher.................................................3hoursMathScienceorCISelective.....................................................3hoursCISelective.................................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................9hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceelective.........................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVTechnicalCoreRequiredofalloptionsINT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics...............................3hoursINT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementandTechnicalDrawing.................................................................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursINT118FundamentalsofIndustrialHydraulicsandPneumatics...................................................3hoursINT220SpecialTopicsCapstoneCourse...............................3hoursILT108IntrotoInstrumentsProcessControl........................3hoursILT109ElectricalBlueprintReadingI.......................................3hoursILT118ConstructionWiringNEC.............................................3hoursILT160DCFundamentals..........................................................3hoursILT161ACFundamentals..........................................................3hoursILT163DigitalFundamentals....................................................3hoursILT166MotorsTransformersI..............................................3hoursILT194ProgrammableLogicControls......................................3hoursILT197MotorControlsI............................................................3hoursTotalAreaV............................................................................45hoursTotalHoursRequiredfortheAASDegree..........................66hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeIndustrialSystemsTechnologyMulti-SkilledMaintenanceTechnicianAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesFineArtsElective....................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100ornumericallyhigher.................................................3hoursMathScienceorCISelective.....................................................3hoursCISelective.................................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................9hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceelective.........................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVTechnicalCoreRequiredofalloptionsINT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics...............................3hoursINT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementandTechnicalDrawing.................................................................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursINT118FundamentalsofIndustrialHydraulicsandPneumatics...................................................3hoursINT126PreventativeMaintenance............................................3hoursINT127PrinciplesofIndustrialPumpsandPiping...................3hoursINT134PrinciplesofIndustrialMaintenanceWeldingCuttingTechniques..............................................3hoursINT220SpecialTopicsCapstoneCourse...............................3hoursILT109ElectricalBlueprintReadingI.......................................3hoursILT118ConstructionWiringNEC.............................................3hoursILT160DCFundamentals..........................................................3hoursILT161ACFundamentals..........................................................3hoursILT195TroubleshootingTechniques.........................................3hoursILT197MotorControlsI............................................................3hoursTotalAreaV............................................................................45hoursTotalHoursRequiredfortheAASDegree..........................66hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyWeldingOptionAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesFineArtsElective....................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100ornumericallyhigher.................................................3hoursMathScienceorCISelective.....................................................3hoursCISelective.................................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................9hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceelective.........................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVTechnicalCoreRequiredofalloptionsINT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics...............................3hoursINT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementandTechnicalDrawing.................................................................3hoursINT192IndustrialMaintenanceTechnologyCo-op..................3hours Northeast86WKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursWDTElectivesAnyWDTcourses........................................30hoursTotalAreaV............................................................................42hoursTotalHoursRequiredfortheAASDegree...........................63hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyMachiningOptionAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesFineArtsElective....................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100ornumericallyhigher.................................................3hoursMathScienceorCISelective.....................................................3hoursCISelective.................................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................9hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySocialandBehavioralScienceelective.........................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaV.........................................................................................TechnicalCoreRequiredofalloptionsINT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics...............................3hoursINT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementandTechnicalDrawing.................................................................3hoursINT192IndustrialMaintenanceTechnologyCo-op..................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................12hoursMTTElectivesAnyMTTcourses..........................................30hoursTotalAreaV............................................................................42hoursTotalHoursRequiredfortheAASDegree...........................63hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeLPNRoleTransitiontoAssociateDegreeNurseRNTrackIAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesFineArtsElective....................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra....................................3hoursBIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI..............................4hoursBIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII.............................4hoursBIO220GeneralMicrobiology..................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................15hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesPSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursPSY210GrowthandDevelopment............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesNUR102103104105106LPNAdvancedPlacementCredit..................................................................16hoursNUR200LPNRoleTransitiontoADNRN............................5hoursNUR201NursingThroughouttheLifespanI............................5hoursNUR202NursingThroughouttheLifespanII...........................6hoursNUR203NursingThroughouttheLifespanIII..........................6hoursNUR204RoleTransitionfortheRegisteredNurse...................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................42hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................72hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeLPNRoleTransitiontoAssociateDegreeNurseRNTrackIIAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesFineArtsElective....................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra....................................3hoursBIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI..............................4hoursBIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII.............................4hoursBIO220GeneralMicrobiology..................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................15hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesPSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursPSY210GrowthandDevelopment............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesNUR102103104105106LPNAdvancedPlacementCredit..................................................................21hours Northeast87NUR201NursingThroughouttheLifespanI............................5hoursNUR202NursingThroughouttheLifespanII...........................6hoursNUR203NursingThroughouttheLifespanIII..........................6hoursNUR204RoleTransitionfortheRegisteredNurse...................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................42hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................72hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeMedicalAssistantTheMedicalAssistantProgramisapprovedbytheAmericanMedicalTechnologistsAssociation.AreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective..........................................3-4hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total........................................................................................6-7hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH116MathematicalApplicationsorany100-level.............3hoursBIO103PrinciplesofBiology...................................................4hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................10hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesPSYPsychologyElective............................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesMAT101MedicalTerminologyorOAD211MedicalTerminology............................................3hoursMAT102MedicalAssistingTheoryI.........................................3hoursApprovedSubstituteBIO201MAT103MedicalAssistingTheoryII.......................................3hoursApprovedSubstituteBIO202MAT111ClinicalProceduresIfortheMedicalPatient.............3hoursMAT120MedicalAdministrativeProceduresI.........................3hoursMAT121MedicalAdministrativeProceduresII........................3hoursMAT125LaboratoryProceduresIfortheMedicalPatient........3hoursMAT128MedicalLawandEthicsfortheMedicalAssistant....3hoursMAT200ManagementofOfficeEmergencies..........................2hoursMAT211ClinicalProceduresIIfortheMedicalAssistant........3hoursMAT215LaboratoryProceduresIIfortheMedicalAssistant...3hoursMAT216MedicalPharmacologyfortheMedicalOffice..........4hoursMAT220MedicalOfficeInsurance...........................................3hoursMAT222MedicalTranscriptionI............................................2hoursMAT229MedicalAssistingPreceptorship................................3hoursWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursEMS100CardiopulmonaryResuscitationI.................................1hourTotalAreaV............................................................................48hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree....................................70-71hoursOAD212maybesubstitutedforMAT222.AssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeAssociateDegreeNurseAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesFineArtsElective....................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra....................................3hoursBIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI..............................4hoursBIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII.............................4hoursBIO220GeneralMicrobiology..................................................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................15hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesPSY200GeneralPsychology.....................................................3hoursPSY210GrowthandDevelopment............................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesNUR102FundamentalsofNursing...........................................6hoursNUR103HealthAssessment........................................................1hourNUR104IntroductiontoPharmacology......................................1hourNUR105AdultNursing.............................................................8hoursNUR106MaternalandChildNursing.......................................5hoursNUR201NursingThroughouttheLifespanI............................5hoursNUR202NursingThroughouttheLifespanII...........................6hoursNUR203NursingThroughouttheLifespanIII..........................6hoursNUR204RoleTransitionfortheRegisteredNurse...................4hoursTotal.........................................................................................42hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................72hoursAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeOfficeAdministrationAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective.............................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursMTH100ornumericallyhigher.................................................3hoursMathScienceorCISElective................................................3-4hoursTotal......................................................................................9-10hours Northeast88AreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesElective......................3hoursChoosefromGEO100HIS101102201202POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCourseCoreCourses............................................................................21hoursOAD103.....................................................................................3hoursOAD125.....................................................................................3hoursOAD131.....................................................................................3hoursOAD138.....................................................................................3hoursBUS215......................................................................................3hoursBUS241......................................................................................3hoursWKO106....................................................................................3hoursTranscriptionElective..............................................................3-4hoursChoosefromOAD200202or212MAT222MAT223MAT224OADMATElectives..............................................................9-12hoursChoosethreeorfourclassesthatwerenottakenasCoreCoursesorasaTranscriptionElectiveOAD101126130200202218231241OAD211orMAT101MAT120MAT220OAD212orMAT222MAT223orMAT224CISBUSElective....................................................................3-6hoursECO231or232..........................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................42hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree...............................................63-64AssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeOfficeAdministrationMedicalOfficeOptionAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective.............................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCISElective................................................................................3hoursMTH100ornumericallyhigher.................................................3hoursMathScienceorCISelective.................................................3-4hoursTotal......................................................................................9-10hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesElective......................3hoursChoosefromGEO100HIS101102201202POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCourseCoreCourses..............................................................18hoursOAD103.....................................................................................3hoursOAD125.....................................................................................3hoursOAD138.....................................................................................3hoursBUS215......................................................................................3hoursBUS241......................................................................................3hoursWKO106....................................................................................3hoursOAD211orMAT101..............................................................3hoursOAD212MAT222andMAT223MAT224........................3-4hoursOADMATElectives............................................................12-21hoursChoosefromOAD200MAT120MAT220MAT121MAT128OADElectives.........................................................................0-9hoursChoosefromOAD101126130131200202218231241ECO231or232..........................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................42hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree...............................................63-64EMS106MedicalTerminologyfortheHealthProfessions2hourswithanadditionalhoursinanOADorCISelectiveorBIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiology4hoursmaybesubstitutedforOAD211.AssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeOfficeAdministrationParalegalOptionAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesandFineArtsElective.............................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalSciencesandMathematicsCIS146.......................................................................................3hoursMTH100ornumericallyhigher.................................................3hoursMathScienceorCISElective................................................3-4hoursTotal......................................................................................9-10hoursAreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesHistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesElective......................3hoursChoosefromGEO100HIS101102201202POL211PSY200210SOC200210Total...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCourseCoreCourses..............................................................18hoursOAD103.....................................................................................3hoursOAD125.....................................................................................3hoursOAD138.....................................................................................3hoursBUS215......................................................................................3hoursBUS241......................................................................................3hoursWKO106....................................................................................3hoursPRLElectives............................................................................24hours Northeast89ChooseeightcoursesfromthefollowingoptionsPRL101102103150160192210220230240262282291BUS263......................................................................................3hoursOAD202.....................................................................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................48hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree..............................................69-70.AssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeSalonandSpaManagementAreaIWrittenCompositionENG101EnglishCompositionI................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaIIHumanitiesandFineArtsSPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking...............................3hoursHumanitiesFineArtsElective................................................3hoursChoosefromART100203204MUS101PHL206REL100151152SPA201202THR120126Total...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIIINaturalScienceandMathematicsMTH116MathematicalApplications.........................................3hoursCIS146MicrocomputerApplications........................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................6hoursAreaIV-HistorySocialandBehavioralSciencesAreaIVElective..........................................................................3hoursTotal...........................................................................................3hoursAreaVPre-ProfessionalMajorandElectiveCoursesTechnicalCoreWKO106WorkplaceSkills........................................................3hoursSAL201EntrepreneurshipfortheSalonSpa.............................3hoursSAL133SalonSpaManagement...............................................3hoursTechnicalCoreRequirements.................................................9hoursProgramOptionsSelectOneCosmetologyCOS111IntroductiontoCosmetology.......................................3hoursCOS112IntroductiontoCosmetologyLab...............................3hoursCOS113TheoryofChemicalServices......................................3hoursCOS114ChemicalServicesLab................................................3hoursCOS115HairColoringTheory..................................................3hoursCOS116HairColoringLab.......................................................3hoursCOS117BasicSpaTechniques..................................................3hoursCOS118BasicSpaTechniquesLab...........................................3hoursCOS123CosmetologySalonPractices......................................3hoursCOS143SpecialtyHairPreparationTechniques.......................3hoursCOS144HairShapingandDesign............................................3hoursCOS190InternshipinCosmetology..........................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................36hoursTherapeuticMassageMSG101IntroductiontoTherapeuticMassage.........................2hoursMSG102TherapeuticMassageLab...........................................3hoursMSG103AnatomyPhysiology..............................................3hoursMSG104MusculoskeletalKinesiology.................................3hoursMSG105TherapeuticMassageSupervisedClinicalI...............2hoursMSG200BusinessMarketingPlans......................................1hoursMSG201TherapeuticMassageforSpecialPopulations............2hoursMSG202TherapeuticMassageLabII.......................................3hoursMSG203Pathology....................................................................3hoursMSG204MusculoskeletalKinesiologyII.............................3hoursMSG205TherapeuticMassageSupervisedClinicalII..............2hoursMSG206NationalCertificationExamReview.........................1hoursEMS103FirstAidCPR..............................................................1hoursElective.......................................................................................7hoursChoosefromBUSCOSHEDSALorCISTotal.........................................................................................36hoursEstheticsCOS117BasicSpaTechniques..................................................3hoursCOS118BasicSpaTechniquesLab...........................................3hoursCOS127EstheticsTheory..........................................................3hoursCOS134AdvancedEsthetics.....................................................3hoursCOS135AdvancedEstheticsApplications................................3hoursCOS163FacialTreatments........................................................3hoursCOS164FacialMachines..........................................................3hoursCOS165RelatedSubjectsEstheticians......................................3hoursCOS168BacteriologySanitation...........................................3hoursCOS169SkinFunctions.............................................................3hoursCOS181ESpecialTopicsEsthetics.........................................3hoursCOS190InternshipinCosmetology..........................................3hoursTotal.........................................................................................36hoursTotalHoursRequiredforDegree.........................................63hours Northeast90THEGENERALEDUCATIONCOREFORTHECERTIFICATEAreaIWrittenCompositionIandII.........3-6CreditHoursCOM100andCOM103maybesubstitutedonlyinnon-degreeeligibleprograms.AreaIIHumanitiesFineArtsandSpeech................................................3-6CreditHoursMustcomplete3semesterhoursinSpeechunlessprovisionsforaddressingOralCommunicationCompetenciesrepresentanintegralmoduleinarequireddiscipline-specificcourse.SPC100andSPC103maybesubstitutedonlyinnon-degreeeligibleprograms.AreaIIINaturalScienceMathematicsandComputerScience................................6CreditHoursMustcompleteonecourseinComputerScience2preferredordemonstratedcomputerliteracyskillsortheintegrationofcomputerproficiencieswithinarequireddiscipline-specificcourses.RemainingsemesterhourstobeselectedfromNaturalScienceMathematicsorComputerScience.InadditiontoMathematicsandComputerSciencedisciplinesintheNaturalSciencesincludeAstronomyBiologicalSciencesChemistryGeologyPhysicalGeographyEarthSciencePhysicsandPhysicalScience.MAH100MAH102andMAH105maybesubstitutedonlyinnon-degreeeligibleprograms.DPT100andDPT103maybesubstitutedonlyinnon-degreeeligibleprograms.AreaIVHistorySocialandBehavioralSciences.....................................0CreditHoursMinimumGeneralEducationRequirements........................................10-18CreditHoursGeneralStudiesCurricula............................60CreditHoursAreaVMaximumGeneralEducationCoreTechnicalConcentrationandElectives.........................................50-42CreditHoursCoursesappropriatetothedegreerequirementsoccupationalortechnicalspecialtyrequirementscorecoursesandelectivesMaximumProgramSemesterCreditHours..............................................60CreditHoursSemesterCreditHourRangebyAward............................................................................30THEGENERALEDUCATIONCOREFORTHESHORT-TERMCERTIFICATE Northeast91CERTIFICATECURRICULACHILDDEVELOPMENTAlsoavailableAASinChildDevelopmentShort-TermCertificateinChildDevelopmentCHDcoursesbyadvisement............................................................15TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................15hoursCOMPUTERINFORMATIONSYSTEMSAlsoavailableAASinComputerInformationSystemsASinComputerScienceShort-TermCertificateinComputerInformationSystemsComputerGraphicsandWebDesignCIS151GraphicsfortheWorldWideWeb..........................................3CIS160MultimediafortheWorldWideWeb......................................3CIS207IntroductiontoWebDevelopment..........................................3CIS208IntermediateWebDevelopment.............................................3CIS209AdvancedWebDevelopment..................................................3CIS199IntroductiontoNetworkingCommunication..........................3CISCISElective...................................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................21hoursShort-TermCertificateinComputerInformationSystemsOfficeTechnologySupportCIS149IntroductiontoComputers......................................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3CIS199IntroductiontoNetworkingCommunication..........................3CIS207IntroductiontoWebDevelopment..........................................3CIS268SoftwareSupport....................................................................3CIS269HardwareSupport...................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................18hoursCRIMINALJUSTICEAlsoavailableAASandASinCriminalJusticeShort-TermCertificateinCriminalJusticeCRJ100.................................................................................................3CRJElectivesbyadvisement..............................................................12TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................15hoursCertificateinLawEnforcementENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH100ornumericallyhigher...........................................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3CRJ100.................................................................................................3CRJ110.................................................................................................3CRJElectivesbyadvisement..............................................................21WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................42hoursCYBERSECURITYShortTermCertificateinComputerInformationSystemsCybersecurityTwooptionsareofferedOption1isforthosewhohaveexpertiseexperienceandcertificationasanetworkadministratorbutneedadditionaleducationforcybersecurity.Option2assumesnoexperienceasanetworkadministrator.OPTION1Short-TermCertificateinComputerInformationSystemsSecurityAdd-onTobeeligiblestudentsmustshowproofofhavingpassedIC3AandNetworkcertifications.CIS246EthicalHacking......................................................................3CIS280NetworkSecurity....................................................................3CIS282ComputerForensics................................................................3CIS288SpecialTopicsinNetworking.................................................1TOTAL.......................................................................................10hoursOPTION2Short-TermCertificateinComputerInformationSystemsCybersecurityTechnicianCIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3CIS149IntroductiontoComputers......................................................3CIS199NetworkCommunications......................................................3CIS246EthicalHacking......................................................................3CIS268SoftwareSupport....................................................................3CIS269HardwareSupport...................................................................3CIS280NetworkSecurity....................................................................3CIS282ComputerForensics................................................................3CIS288SpecialTopicsinNetworking.................................................1TOTAL.......................................................................................25hoursDRAFTINGANDDESIGNTECHNOLOGYPROGRAMCertificateinDraftingandDesignTechnologyGeneralENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH116orOther100Level...............................................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3DDT104BasicComputerAidedDraftingDesign...........................3DDT111FundamentalsofDDT...........................................................3DDT113BlueprintReading.................................................................3DDT117ManufacturingProcesses......................................................3DDT124IntrotoTechnicalDrawing...................................................3DDT127IntermediateComputerAidedDraftingDesign.........................................................................3DDT128IntermediateTechnicalDrawing...........................................3DDT220orDDT225............................................................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementTechnicalDrawing....................................................................3 Northeast92WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredfortheCertificate..................................42hoursCertificateinDraftingandDesignTechnologyStructuralDraftingENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH116orOther100Level...............................................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3DDT104BasicComputerAidedDraftingDesign...........................3DDT111FundamentalsofDDT...........................................................3DDT113BlueprintReading.................................................................3DDT124IntrotoTechnicalDrawing...................................................3DDT127IntermediateComputerAidedDraftingDesign.........................................................................3DDT128IntermediateTechnicalDrawing...........................................3DDT225StructuralSteelDrafting.......................................................3DDT231AdvancedCAD.....................................................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementTechnicalDrawing....................................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredfortheCertificate..................................42hoursShort-TermCertificateinDraftingandDesignTechnologyGeneralDDT104BasicComputerAidedDraftingDesign...........................3DDT111FundamentalsofDDT...........................................................3DDT113BlueprintReading.................................................................3DDT117ManufacturingProcesses......................................................3DDT124IntrotoTechnicalDrawing...................................................3DDT127IntermediateComputerAidedDraftingDesign.........................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredfortheShort-TermCertificate...............18hoursShort-TermCertificateinDraftingandDesignTechnologyStructuralDraftingDDT104BasicComputerAidedDraftingDesign...........................3DDT111FundamentalsofDDT...........................................................3DDT113BlueprintReading.................................................................3DDT124IntrotoTechnicalDrawing...................................................3DDT127IntermediateComputerAidedDraftingDesign.........................................................................3DDT225StructuralSteelDrafting.......................................................3TotalHoursRequiredfortheShort-TermCertificate...............18hoursShort-TermCertificateinDraftingandDesignTechnologyThreeDimensional3DSolidModelingDDT104BasicComputerAidedDraftingDesign...........................3DDT111FundamentalsofDDT...........................................................3DDT113BlueprintReading.................................................................3DDT117ManufacturingProcesses......................................................3DDT124IntrotoTechnicalDrawing...................................................3DDT127IntermediateComputerAidedDraftingDesign.........................................................................3DDT144Basic3DModeling...............................................................3TotalHoursRequiredfortheShort-TermCertificate...............21hoursCertificateinDraftingandDesignTechnologyThreeDimensional3DSolidModelingENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH116orOther100Level...............................................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3DDT104BasicComputerAidedDraftingDesign...........................3DDT111FundamentalsofDDT...........................................................3DDT113BlueprintReading.................................................................3DDT117ManufacturingProcesses......................................................3DDT124IntrotoTechnicalDrawing...................................................3DDT127IntermediateComputerAidedDraftingDesign.........................................................................3DDT128IntermediateTechnicalDrawing...........................................3DDT144Basic3DModeling...............................................................3DDT233Intermediate3DSolidModeling..........................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementTechnicalDrawing....................................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredfortheCertificate..................................45hoursEMERGENCYMEDICALSERVICESAlsoavailableAASinEmergencyMedicalServicesEmergencyMedicalTechnicianEMTShort-TermCertificateEMS106MedicalTerminologyforHealthProfessionals....................2EMS118EmergencyMedicalTechnicianEMT................................9EMS119EMTClinical........................................................................1TotalHoursRequiredforShortTermCertificate......................12hoursAdvancedEMTAEMTShort-TermCertificateCurrentAlabamaEMTlicenseisrequiredforregistration.EMS106MedicalTerminologyforHealthProfessionals....................2EMS155AdvancedEmergencyMedicalTechnicianAEMT............8EMS156AEMTClinical......................................................................2TotalHoursRequiredforShortTermCertificate.....................12hoursParamedicCertificateCurrentAlabamaAEMTlicenseisrequiredforregistration.EMS106MedicalTerminologyforHealthProfessionals....................2EMS240ParamedicOperations...........................................................2EMS241ParamedicCardiology..........................................................3EMS242ParamedicPatientAssessment.............................................3EMS243ParamedicPharmacology.....................................................1EMS244ParamedicClinicalI.............................................................1EMS245ParamedicMedicalEmergencies..........................................3EMS246ParamedicTraumaManagement..........................................3EMS247ParamedicSpecialPopulations.............................................2EMS248ParamedicClinicalII............................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3EMS253ParamedicTransitiontotheWorkforce................................2EMS254AdvancedCompetenciesforParamedic...............................2EMS255ParamedicFieldPreceptorship............................................5EMS256ParamedicTeamPreceptorship.............................................1 Northeast93BIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI........................................4BIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII.......................................4ENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3MTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra..............................................3TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................50hoursENGINEERINGTECHNICIANAlsoavailableAASinEngineeringTechnicianShortTermCertificateinEngineeringTechnicianEGR101EngineeringFoundations......................................................3ENT106PrinciplesofEngineeringTechnology..................................3INT119PrinciplesofMech.MeasurementTechnicalDrawing......3ILT160DCFundamentals....................................................................3ILT161ACFundamentals....................................................................3ElectiveENTINTILTDDTMTHorPHS.....................................12TotalHoursRequiredforShortTermCertificate.....................27hoursCertificateinEngineeringTechnicianENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra..............................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3MTH103IntroductiontoTechnicalMath............................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3PHS121AppliedPhysicalScience.......................................................4EGR101EngineeringFoundations......................................................3ENT106PrinciplesofEngineeringTechnology..................................3ENT140AppliedStatics.......................................................................3INT119PrinciplesofMech.MeasurementTechnicalDrawing......3ILT160DCFundamentals....................................................................3ILT161ACFundamentals....................................................................3DDTDDTSequence.............................................................................6TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................46hoursINDUSTRIALELECTRONICSTECHNOLOGYAlsoavailableAASinIndustrialElectronicsTechnologyShort-TermCertificateinIndustrialElectronicsTechnologyGeneralILT160DCFundamentals....................................................................3ILT161ACFundamentals....................................................................3ILTElectivesanyILTcourses............................................................9TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................15hoursShort-TermCertificateinIndustrialElectronicsTechnologyBasicElectricalILT100AppliedElectronicsComputationorany100-levelMTH................................................................3ILT160DCFundamentals....................................................................3ILT161ACFundamentals....................................................................3ILT109ElectricalBlueprintReading...................................................3ILT118ConstructionWiringNEC.......................................................3ILT231NationalElectricCode............................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................18hoursShort-TermCertificateinIndustrialElectronicsTechnologyIndustrialElectricalTechnicianILT109ElectricalBlueprintReading...................................................3ILT160DCFundamentals....................................................................3ILT161ACFundamentals....................................................................3ILT162SolidStateFundamentals........................................................3ILT163DigitalFundamentals..............................................................3ILT166MotorsandTransformers........................................................3ILT194ProgrammableControlsI........................................................3ILT197MotorControlsI......................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................24hoursCertificateinIndustrialElectronicsTechnologyIndustrialControlTechnicianENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTHAny100-levelMathCourse........................................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3ILT109ElectricalBlueprintReading...................................................3ILT160DCFundamentals....................................................................3ILT161ACFundamentals....................................................................3ILT162SolidStateFundamentals........................................................3ILT163DigitalFundamentals..............................................................3ILT166MotorsandTransformers........................................................3ILT194ProgrammableControlsI........................................................3ILT197MotorControlsI......................................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................39hoursINDUSTRIALSYSTEMSTECHNOLOGYAlsoavailableAASinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyShort-TermCertificateinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyElectricalInstrumentationILT160DCFundamentals....................................................................3ILT161ACFundamentals....................................................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementTechnicalDrawing........................................................................3INT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics.........................................3TotalHoursRequiredfortheShort-TermCertificate..............12hoursShort-TermCertificateinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyMechanicalMaintenanceINT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics.........................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementTechnicalDrawing3hrsINT127PrinciplesofIndustrialPumpsandPipingSystems...........................................................3INT153PrecisionMachiningFundamentals.......................................3TotalHoursrequiredforShort-TermCertificate......................12hoursCertificateinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyElectricalInstrumentationENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra..............................................3 Northeast94CISElective..........................................................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3INT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics.........................................3INT118FundamentalsofIndustrialHydraulicsandPneumatics...........................................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementandTechnicalDrawing........................................................................3INT220SpecialTopicsCapstoneCourse.........................................3ILT109ElectricalBlueprintReadingI.................................................3ILT118ConstructionWiringNEC.......................................................3ILT160DCFundamentals....................................................................3ILT161ACFundamentals....................................................................3ILT163DigitalFundamentals..............................................................3ILT166MotorsTransformersI........................................................3ILT194ProgrammableLogicControls................................................3TotalHoursRequiredfortheCertificate..................................48hoursCertificateinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyMulti-SkilledENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra..............................................3CISElective..........................................................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3INT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics.........................................3INT118FundamentalsofIndustrialHydraulicsandPneumatics...................................................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementandTechnicalDrawing........................................................................3INT126PreventativeMaintenance......................................................3INT220SpecialTopicsCapstoneCourse.........................................3ILT109ElectricalBlueprintReadingI.................................................3ILT118ConstructionWiringNEC.......................................................3ILT160DCFundamentals....................................................................3ILT161ACFundamentals....................................................................3ILT195TroubleshootingTechniques...................................................3ILT197MotorControlsI......................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredfortheCertificate..................................48hoursCertificateinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyWeldingOptionENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra..............................................3CISElective..........................................................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3INT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics.........................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementandTechnicalDrawing........................................................................3WDTElectives...................................................................................24TotalHoursRequiredfortheCertificate..................................45hoursCertificateinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyMachiningOptionENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra..............................................3CISElective..........................................................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3INT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMechanics.........................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementandTechnicalDrawing........................................................................3MTTElectives....................................................................................24TotalHoursRequiredfortheCertificate..................................45hoursMACHINETOOLTECHNOLOGYAlsoavailableAASinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyShort-TermCertificateinMachineToolTechnologyMTTCoursesbyadvisement......................................................12-24TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate...............12-24hoursCertificateinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyMachineToolTechnologyENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH100ornumericallyhigher...........................................................3CISElective..........................................................................................3INT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMaintenance......................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementsTechnicalDrawing....................................................................3INT129IndustrialSafetyandMaintenanceTechniques......................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3MachineToolTechnologyElectivesbyadvisement........................24TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................48hoursMEDICALASSISTANTAlsoavailableAASinMedicalAssistantShort-TermCertificateinMedicalAssistantGeneralMAT101MedicalTerminology............................................................3SubstitutesacceptedHPS1053orOAD2113MAT102MedicalAssistingTheoryI...................................................3SubstitutesacceptedBIO2014MAT103MedicalAssistingTheoryII.................................................3SubstitutesacceptedBIO2024MAT111ClinicalProceduresIfortheMedicalAssistant....................3MAT120MedicalAdministrativeProceduresI...................................3MAT121MedicalAdministrativeProceduresII..................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................21hoursShort-TermCertificateinMedicalAssistantPhlebotomistMAT125LaboratoryProceduresIfortheMedicalAssistant..............3MAT215LaboratoryProceduresIIfortheMedicalAssistant.............3MAT239PhlebotomyPreceptorship....................................................3EMS100CardiovascularResuscitation................................................1TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................10hours Northeast95Short-TermCertificateinMedicalAssistantMedicalTranscriptionOAD131BusinessEnglish..................................................................3SubstitutesacceptedENG1013OAD125WordProcessing...................................................................3SubstitutesacceptedCIS1463MAT101MedicalTerminology............................................................3SubstitutesacceptedHPS1053orOAD2113MAT102MedicalAssistingTheoryI...................................................3SubstitutesacceptedBIO2014MAT103MedicalAssistingTheoryII.................................................3SubstitutesacceptedBIO2024MAT216PharmacologyfortheMedicalOffice..................................4MedicalTranscriptionElectivesbyadvisement.................................8TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate.....................27hoursNURSINGAlsoavailableAASinNursingRNCertificateinNursingPracticalNurseLPNENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3MTH116MathematicalApplications...................................................3BIO201HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI........................................4BIO202HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII.......................................4NUR102FundamentalsofNursing.....................................................6NUR103HealthAssessment................................................................1NUR104IntroductiontoPharmacology..............................................1NUR105AdultNursing.......................................................................8NUR106MaternalandChildNursing.................................................5NUR107AdultChildNursing.............................................................8NUR108PsychosocialNursing...........................................................3NUR109RoleTransitionforthePN....................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................49hoursSALONANDSPAMANAGEMENTCertificateinSalonSpaManagement-CosmetologyENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH116MathematicalApplications...................................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3SAL133SalonSpaManagement.........................................................3COS111IntroductiontoCosmetology.................................................3COS112IntroductiontoCosmetologyLab.........................................3COS113TheoryofChemicalServices................................................3COS114ChemicalServicesLab..........................................................3COS115HairColoringTheory............................................................3COS116HairColoringLab.................................................................3COS117BasicSpaTechniques............................3COS118BasicSpaTechniquesLab.....................................................3COS123CosmetologySalonPractices................................................3COS143SpecialtyHairPreparationTechniques.................................3COS144HairShapingandDesign......................................................3COS190InternshipinCosmetology....................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................54hoursCertificateinSalonSpaManagementTherapeuticMassageENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH116MathematicalApplications...................................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3SAL133SalonSpaManagement.........................................................3MSG101IntroductiontoTherapeuticMassage...................................2MSG102TherapeuticMassageLab.....................................................3MSG103AnatomyPhysiology........................................................3MSG104MusculoskeletalKinesiology...............3MSG105TherapeuticMassageSupervisedClinicalI.........................2MSG200BusinessMarketingPlans................................................1MSG201TherapeuticMassageforSpecialPopsulations....................2MSG202TherapeuticMassageLabII.................................................3MSG203Pathology..............................................................................3MSG204MusculoskeletalKinesiologyII.......................................3MSG205TherapeuticMassageSupervisedClinicalII........................2MSG206NationalCertificationExamReview...................................1EMS103FirstAidCPR........................................................................1ElectiveChoosefromBUSCOSHEDorCIS................................7TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................54hoursCertificateinSalonSpaManagement-EstheticsENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH116MathematicalApplications...................................................3CIS146MicrocomputerApplications..................................................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3SAL133SalonSpaManagement.........................................................3COS117BasicSpaTechniques................3COS118BasicSpaTechniquesLab.....................................................3COS127EstheticsTheory....................................................................3COS134AdvancedEsthetics...............................................................3COS135AdvancedEstheticsApplications..........................................3COS163FacialTreatments..................................................................3COS164FacialMachines....................................................................3COS165RelatedSubjectsEstheticians................................................3COS168BacteriologySanitation.....................................................3COS169SkinFunctions.......................................................................3COS181ESpecialTopicsEsthetics...................................................3COS190InternshipinCosmetology....................................................3TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................54hoursShort-termCertificateinTherapeuticMassageMSG101IntroductiontoTherapeuticMassage...................................2MSG102TherapeuticMassageLabI..................................................3MSG103AnatomyandPhysiology...................................................3MSG104MusculoskeletalandKinesiologyI......................................3MSG105TherapeuticMassageSupervisedClinicalI.........................2MSG200BusinessandMarketingPlans..............................................1MSG201TherapeuticMassageforSpecialPopulations......................2 Northeast96MSG202TherapeuticMassageLabII.................................................3MSG203Pathology..............................................................................3MSG204MusculoskeletalandKinesiologyII.....................................3MSG205TherapeuticMassageSupervisedClinicalII........................2MSG206NationalCertificationExamReview...................................1EMS103FirstAidCPR........................................................................1TotalHoursRequiredforShort-termCertificate......................29hoursBIO201isanapprovedsubstituteforMSG103.WELDINGTECHNOLOGYAlsoavailableAASinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyShort-TermCertificateinWeldingTechnologyWDTCoursesbyadvisement......................................................12-24TotalHoursRequiredforShort-TermCertificate...............12-24hoursCertificateinIndustrialSystemsTechnologyWeldingENG101EnglishCompositionI..........................................................3SPH107FundamentalsofPublicSpeaking.........................................3MTH100ornumericallyhigher...........................................................3CISElective..........................................................................................3INT117PrinciplesofIndustrialMaintenance......................................3INT119PrinciplesofMechanicalMeasurementsTechnicalDrawing....................................................................3INT129IndustrialSafetyandMaintenanceTechniques......................3WKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3WeldingElectivesbyadvisement.....................................................24TotalHoursRequiredforCertificate........................................48hoursALLIEDHEALTHPROGRAMSNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeisinvolvedinacooperativelinkageprogramwithothercommunitycolleges.ThefirstyeargeneraleducationprerequisitecoursesarecompletedatNortheast.Afteracceptancetothehealthprogramstudentsmaytransfertocompletecourseworkintheirchosenfieldofstudy.ThefollowingprogramsareofferedthroughthisarrangementDentalAssistingDentalHygieneDiagnosticImagingDiagnosticMedicalSonographyHealthInformationTechnologyClinicalLaboratoryTechnicianOccupationalTherapyAssistantPhysicalTherapyAssistantRespiratoryTherapyForspecificdetailsregardingeachprogramstudentsshouldcontactJessicaBlalockCareerandTransferAdvisorblalockjnacc.eduformoreinformation.Office112WallaceAdministrationBuildingWAphoneext.2306.BelowaresomeexamplesofAlliedHealthProgramsAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeinHealthInformationTechnologyTheHealthInformationTechnicianHITisaskilledprofessionalwhoanalyzesandevaluateshighlysensitivedatainhealthrecords.SkillsoftheHealthInformationTechnicianarevariedbutincludethefollowingsupervisingthereleaseofhealthinformationmaintainingandutilizinginformationstorageandretrievalsystemscompilingvarioushealthstatisticseditingtranscribedclinicalinformationandsupervisingelectronichealthinformationmanagementsystems.Healthinformationtechniciansmaybeemployedbyanyfacilitythatmanagespatientinformationsuchashospitalclinicphysicianofficeinsurancecompanyormedicalresearchcenter.HealthInformationTechniciansarealsotrainedtobecomemedicalcodingspecialists.Medicalcodingspecialistsperformdetailedreviewofmedicalrecordstoidentifydiagnosesandoperativeprocedures.Numericclassificationcodesareassignedtoeachdiagnosisandprocedureusingautomatedormanualmethods.PrincipleclassificationsystemsusedincludetheInternationalClassificationofDiseasesNinthRevisionClinicalModificationICD-9-CMandCurrentProceduralTrainingCPT.TheHealthInformationTechnicianProgramisaccreditedbytheCommissiononAccreditationforHealthInformaticsandInformationManagementEducationCAHIIMhttpcahiim.org.BecauseofthisCAHIIMaccreditationeachgraduateoftheHITProgramiseligibletotakethenationalexaminationtobecomeaRegisteredHealthInformationTechnicianRHIT.Technicianstrainedinnon-CAHIIMaccreditedprogramsortrainedonthejobarenoteligibletotaketheexamination. Northeast97Studentshavetheopportunitytospendmanyhoursinaclinicalsettingtopracticeskillsobtainedintheclassroom.Studentsenrolledinprofessionalpracticeexperienceclinicalcourseswillbeassignedhoursconsistentwithdayshift.Assignmenttotheprofessionalpracticeexperiencefacilitieswillbeatthediscretionofprogramofficialsandstudentsarerequiredtotraveltodifferentlocationsforthishands-ontraining.TheHealthInformationTechnologyProgramallowsstudentstotakegeneraleducationclassesatNACCandHITclassesinanonlineformat.Theprofessionalpracticeexperienceactivitiesmustbecompletedondayshiftatanapprovedhealthcarefacilitynotonline.HITstudentswholivewithin50milesoftheWallaceStatecampusmustattendaminimumnumberofon-campusclasslabmeetingsandmayhavetotakesomeexamsontheWallaceStatecampus.Part-timestudentsarewelcomedtoapplybutmustcompletetheprogramwithinthreeyearsofacceptanceintotheprogram.AssociateinAppliedScienceinDiagnosticImagingThisprogramisdesignedtoprovidetechnologistsforDiagnosticImagingDepartmentsofhospitalsandclinics.StudentsaretaughtthefundamentalprinciplesunderlyingallphasesofRadiologicTechnology.UpongraduationthestudentiseligibletoapplytotaketheregistryexaminationoftheAmericanRegistryofRadiologicTechnologists651-687-4448.AccordingtotheAmericanRegistryofRadiologicTechnologistsapplicationforcertificationtopracticeasanR.T.maybedeniedifapersonhasbeenconvictedofafelonyisguiltyofacrimeinvolvingmoralturpitudeandorhasdisplayedothergroundsfordenialbylaw.PhysicalTherapistAssistantThePhysicalTherapistAssistantPTAisaskilledtechnicalhealthcareworkerwhoassiststhephysicaltherapistinprovidingservicesthathelpimprovemobilityrelievepainandpreventorlimitpermanentphysicaldisabilitiesofpatientssufferingfrominjuriesordisease.Patientsincludeaccidentvictimsandindividualswithdisablingconditionssuchaslow-backpainarthritisheartdiseasefracturesheadinjuriesandcerebralpalsy.Dutiesofthephysicaltherapistassistantarevariedbutincluderehabilitationoforthopedicneurologicalpediatricandsportsrelatedproblems.Onceapatientisevaluatedandatreatmentplanisdesignedbythephysicaltherapistthephysicaltherapistassistantcanprovidemanyaspectsoftreatmentasprescribedbythetherapist.Componentsoftreatmentproceduresperformedbytheseworkersinvolveexercisemassageelectricalstimulationparaffinbathshotandcoldpackstractionandultrasound.Thephysicaltherapistassistantisresponsibleforreportingpatientresponsesandtreatmentoutcomestothephysicaltherapist.Physicaltherapistsassistantsareemployedbyhospitalsrehabilitationcentersnursinghomeshomehealthcareagenciesprivatepracticesandotherspecializedhealthcaresettings.RespiratoryTherapyArespiratorytherapistisresponsibleforadministeringunderphysiciansprescriptionmanytypesofbreathingtherapeuticsandutilizingspecializedbreathingaerosolandhumidificationequipment.Theseincludetheuseofoxygenoroxygenmixtureschestphysiotherapymechanicalventilationandaerosolmedications.Respiratorytherapistsevaluateandtreatalltypesofpatientsrangingfromprematureinfantswhoselungsarenotfullydevelopedtoelderlypeoplewhoselungsmaybediseased.Respiratorytherapistsprovidetemporaryrelieftopatientswithchronicasthmaoremphysemaaswellasemergencycaretopatientswhoarevictimsofaheartattackstroketraumadrowningorshock.Theyperformlimitedphysicalexaminationsandconductdiagnosticteststhatassessbreathingcapacitiesanddeterminetheconcentrationofoxygenandothergasesinpatients.Therespiratorytherapistworkscloselywiththephysicianandalsodirectlywiththepatientinthetreatmentsituationbyperformingregularassessmentsofpatientsandequipment.SKILLSTRAININGDIVISIONTheSkillsTrainingDivisionprovideseducationalopportunitiesforalladultsregardlessofprioreducationalattainment.MostoftheseprogramsdonotrequireahighschooldiplomaorGED.ActivitiesincludeNon-credittrainingprogramsthatleadtoworkforcecredentialsNon-creditworkshopsandseminarsforprofessionalorpersonaldevelopmentIncumbentworkertrainingprogramsWorkforceassessmentsincludingACTWorkKeysCertificationandexaminationservicesincludingMicrosoftandCertiportNon-creditonlineprogramsandcoursesthatleadtoworkforcereadinessForinformationaboutanyoftheservicesprovidedbytheSkillsTrainingDivisioncontactMs.JulieGeorgeat256-228-6001or638-4418extension2214.Short-termNon-creditTrainingProgramsTrainingprogramsareofferedtomeetcurrentworkforceneeds.Sinceprogramsaredependentuponcurrentneedsthefollowinglistofprogramsandrequirementsaresubjecttochangeandreflectrequirementsatthetimeofprinting.DiversifiedHealthOccupationsThisprogramisdesignedtogivegraduatesmultiplepathwaystoemploymentinthehealthcarefield.UponcompletionoftheprogramgraduateswillbeeligibletotakecertificationexamsforEKGtechnicianphlebotomytechnicianandpharmacytechnician.Thisprogramdoesnotoffercollegecreditandwillnotleadtoacollegedegree. Northeast98CoursesRequiredCourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursSDC001WorkKeys8SDA050HealthcareFundamentals80SDC013PharmacyTechnician50SDC036PhlebotomyTechnician112SCD025EKGTechnician50EKGCardiovascularTechnicianThisprogramisdesignedtogivegraduatesopportunityforentrylevelemploymentasanEKGtechnician.Thisprogramdoesnotoffercollegecreditandwillnotleadtoacollegedegree.CertificationasanEKGtechnicianisavailabletothosewhoqualify.CoursesRequiredCourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursSCD025EKGTechnician50HomeHealthHospiceAideThisprogramisdesignedtogivegraduatesopportunityforentry-levelemploymentasanursingassistanthomehealthaide.Thisprogramdoesnotoffercollegecreditandwillnotleadtoacollegedegree.Certificationasanursingassistantisavailabletothosewhoqualify.Additionaltraininginhomehealthcarewillbeprovidedaspartofthisprogram.CoursesRequiredCourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursSDC001WorkKeys9SDC051NursingAssistant90SDC065HomeHealthAide50NursingAssistantThisprogramisdesignedtogivegraduatesopportunityforentrylevelemploymentasanursingassistanthomehealthaide.Thisprogramdoesnotoffercollegecreditandwillnotleadtoacollegedegree.Certificationasanursingassistantisavailabletothosewhoqualify.CoursesRequiredCourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursSDC001WorkKeys8SDC051NursingAssistant90PatientCareTechnicianThisprogramisdesignedtogivegraduatesmultiplepathwaystoemploymentinthehealthcarefield.UponcompletionoftheprogramgraduateswillbeeligibletotakecertificationexamsfornursingassistantEKGtechnicianandphlebotomytechnician.Thisprogramdoesnotoffercollegecreditandwillnotleadtoacollegedegree.CoursesRequiredCourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursSDC001WorkKeys8SDA050HealthcareFundamentals80SDC051NursingAssistant90SDC036PhlebotomyTechnician112SCD025EKGTechnician50PharmacyTechnicianThisprogramisdesignedtogivegraduatespathwaystoemploymentasapharmacytechnician.Successfulcompletersofthisprogramwillbeeligibletotakethenationalcertificationexamforpharmacytechnicians.Thisprogramdoesnotoffercollegecreditandwillnotleadtoacollegedegree.CoursesRequiredCourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursSDA013PharmacyTechnician50PhlebotomyTechnicianThisprogramisdesignedtogivegraduatespathwaystoemploymentasaphlebotomytechnician.Successfulcompletersofthisprogramwillbeeligibletotakethenationalcertificationexamforphlebotomytechnicians.Thisprogramdoesnotoffercollegecreditandwillnotleadtoacollegedegree.CoursesRequiredCourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursSDA036PhlebotomyTechnician112Formoreinformationaboutanynon-creditshort-termtrainingprogramscontactsMs.JulieGeorgeat256-228-6001extension2214or256-638-4418extension2214.Upcomingclassschedulesandcostestimatesareavailableonthewebatwww.nacc.eduworkforce.ClickonPrograms.WorkshopsandSeminarsAvarietyofworkshopsandseminarsforbothpersonalandprofessionaldevelopmentareofferedthroughouttheyear.Forascheduleofupcomingclassesvisitwww.nacc.eduworkforce.ClickonWorkshopsSeminars.IndustryTrainingIncumbentWorkerTrainingNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeofferstrainingservicestoareabusinessandindustry.Trainingcanbeofferedonsiteoroncampusinavarietyofareas.AdditionallyanAlabamaTechnologyNetworkATNCenterislocatedoncampusprovidingavastarrayoftrainingandconsultingservicestobusinessandindustry.FormoreinformationaboutortheAlabamaTechnologyNetworkcontactMr.RonnyKisorATNDirectorat256-228-6001or256-638-4418extension2265.FormoreinformationabouttrainingforbusinessandindustrycontactJulieGeorgeat256-638-4418ext.2214orToddGreesonext.2211. Northeast99ACTWorkKeysAssessmentCareerReadinessCertificateWorkKeysassessmentsgivestudentsandworkersreliablerelevantinformationabouttheirworkplaceskilllevels.Combinedwithinformationaboutskilllevelsrequiredforjobsassessmentsinformationcanhelpusersmakebettercareerandeducationaldecisions.FormoreinformationabouttheWorkKeysAssessmentandDevelopmentCentercontactMrs.NancyGriggsat256-228-6001or256-638-4418extension2217.CertificationServicesNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeoffersacertificationcenterwhereinterestedpersonsmaytakecertificationexaminationsforavarietyofareasincludingMicrosoftOfficeSpecialistInternetandComputingCoreCertificationIC3andElectronicsTechniciansAssociationInternationalETA-I.FormoreinformationortoscheduleanexamcontactMs.JulieGeorgeat256-228-6001or638-4418extension2214orvisitwww.nacc.edu.ALABAMATECHNOLOGYNETWORKCENTERTheAlabamaTechnologyNetworkATNoftheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemlinkstwo-yearcollegestheUniversityofAlabamaSystemAuburnUniversityandtheEconomicDevelopmentPartnershipofAlabamatosolvetheneedsofmanufacturingandserviceindustries.TheATNcenteratNACCdevelopsservicestomeetlocalandstateneedsprovidinginnovativeandcost-effectivesolutionstoenableAlabamasexistingindustrytobegloballycompetitive.ThenetworkisAlabamasaffiliateoftheNationalInstituteofStandardsandTechnologysManufacturingExtensionPartnershipwhichprovideshands-onassistanceandtrainingtosmalltomid-sizemanufacturers.Since1996theAlabamaTechnologyNetworkhasbeenprovidinghands-onassistanceandtrainingtohelpaddresschallengesandimproveprofitabilityoforganizationsinAlabama.Ourexperiencesstaffmembersprovideinsightexpertiseandholisticsolutionsthatwillimprovebusinesstodayandforthefuture.ATNhelpsorganizationsstreamlineoperationsimproveteamperformanceimplementqualitysystemsbasedonthevoiceofcustomersplanstrategiesforfuturegrowthandimplementthelatestinenvironmentalandinformationtechnology.TheATNcenteratNACCwasestablishedinOctober2005.FormoreinformationontheAlabamaTechnologyNetworkatNACCvisittheATNwebsiteathttpwww.atn.orgorcalltheATNofficeat256.638.8968. Northeast100HEALTHSCIENCEDIVISIONPROGRAMSASSOCIATEDEGREENURSINGAssociateinAppliedScienceDegree5SemestersTwoAcademicYearsTheassociatedegreenursingprogramisanintegralpartofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeandacceptsthemissionstatementandthegoalsofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.Thenursingcurriculumcombinesgeneraleducationandnursingeducationcourses.TheAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeisawardedbyNortheasttothestudentwhosuccessfullycompletesallrequirementsofthenursingprogram.ThegraduateoftheassociatedegreeprogramiseligibletoapplytotheStateBoardofNursingtotaketheNationalCouncilLicensureExaminationNCLEX-RNleadingtolicensureasaregisterednurse.ThereviewoftheapplicationbytheStateBoardofNursingdetermineseligibilityoftheapplicanttotakethelicensureexamination.LegalrequirementsforlicensureintheStateofAlabamaarelistedintheAlabamaBoardofNursingAdministrativeCode.TheapplicantforlicensureexaminationshouldbeawarethateligibilityforinitialandcontinuinglicensureinAlabamaincludesquestionsconcerningsuchmattersasconvictionsofcriminaloffensesconvictionsfordrivingundertheinfluenceofdrugsalcoholtreatmentformentalillnesstreatmentforchemicaldependencydisciplinaryactionbyastateboardofnursingplacedonastatefederalabuseregistryorcourtmartialeddisciplinedoradministrativelydischargedbythemilitary.TheapplicationtotakethelicensureexaminationmaybedeniedbytheStateBoardofNursingifalltherequirementsaslistedintheAlabamaBoardofNursingAdministrativeCodearenotmetbytheapplicant.AlthoughthesepoliciesreferspecificallytoAlabamaotherstateshavesimilarstipulationsregardinglicensure.Individualsmustmeetthefollowingcriteriaforinitiallicensureasaregisterednurse.1.Completeallrequirementsforgraduationfromanapprovednursingprogram.2.ReceiveapprovalbytheStateBoardofNursingtotaketheNationalCouncilLicensureExaminationNCLEX.3.AchieveapassingscoreontheNationalCouncilLicensureExaminationNCLEX.ADMISSIONREQUIREMENTS1.UnconditionaladmissiontotheCollege.2.CompleteapplicationtotheNursingProgrambyJune1st.3.AminimumgradepointaverageGPAof2.5basedonthemostrecent24semesterhoursattempted.4.EligibilityforEnglish101andMTH100asdeterminedbycollegepolicy.5.Goodstandingwiththecollege.6.Meetessentialfunctionsrequiredfornursing.7.MustcompletetheTestofEssentialAcademicSkillsTEASpriortoapplication.AdmissiontotheAssociateDegreeNursingProgramiscompetitiveandthenumberofstudentsacceptedislimitedbythenumberoffacultyandclinicalfacilitiesavailable.Meetingminimalrequirementsdoesnotguaranteeacceptance.ShouldthestudentdeclineacceptanceorbedeniedadmissionbasedonqualificationsheshemustresubmitanapplicationbyJUNE1stofthefollowingacademicyear.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytoadheretotheadmissionrequirementsdescribed.Studentsshouldcontactanursingadvisorforclarificationifneeded.ITISTHERESPONSIBILITYOFTHESTUDENTTOKEEPTHENURSINGAPPLICATIONUPDATED.APPLICANTSAREENCOURAGEDTOVERIFYCOMPLETIONOFPROFILEPRIORTOTHEFILINGDEADLINE. Northeast101NORTHEASTALABAMACOMMUNITYCOLLEGEEVALUATIONOFNURSINGAPPLICANT-ADNPROGRAMSELECTIONOFAPPLICANTSAftermeetingallminimumrequirementsapplicantsarerank-orderedusingapointsystembasedon1.TheTestofEssentialAcademicSkillsTEASscore150pointspossible.TheTEAStestmusthavebeentakenwithinthepast3yearsforconsideration.Theactualtestscorewillbethepointsearned.2.PointsfromselectedcollegecoursesBIO201202220orselectedhighschoolcoursesforcurrenthighschoolstudentsAlgebraIIorhigherlevelmathhighestlevelBiologyandChemistry3.StudentscurrentlyenrolledorstudentswhohavepreviouslycompletedcoursesatNACCwillbeawarded11bonuspoints.Eachapplicantwillbeevaluatedaccordingtothefollowingscale.ApplicantswillbeselectedaccordingtotheirtotalscoreCOLLEGECOURSESGRADEA30GRADEB20GRADEC10orHIGHSCHOOLCOURSESGRADEA30GRADEB20GRADEC10AnatomyandPhysiologyIHighestLevelBiologyAnatomyandPhysiologyIIAlgebraIIorhigherlevelmathMicrobiologyChemistryTOTALPOINTSTOTALPOINTS90POINTSPOSSIBLETestofEssentialAcademicSkillsTEASScore150POINTSPOSSIBLENortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeStudent11BONUSPOINTSSTUDENTSTOTALSTUDENTSTOTALBONUSPOINTSTOTALPOINTS251POINTSPOSSIBLEPROGRAMREQUIREMENTS1.StudentmustcomplywithlegalmoralandlegislativestandardsinaccordancewiththeAlabamaBoardofNursingAdministrativeCode.2.StudentmustrespecttheclientsrighttoprivacybyprotectingconfidentialinformationunlessobligatedtodiscloseinacourtoflawunderproperauthorizationorlegalcompulsionAlabamaBoardofNursingAdministrativeCode.Studentsmaybeexpelledfromthenursingprogramforfailingtocomplywiththisrequirement.3.Studentsareprohibitedfrombringingcellphonesandrecordingdevicesintoallclinicalsetting.Non-compliancewiththispolicywillresultindismissalfromthenursingprogram.4.Studentmusttakealltestsaccordingtothescheduleddates.Ifstudentmissesatestheshemustprovideappropriatedocumentationinordertoreceiveamake-uptest.Make-upexamswillbegivenduringtheweekofclinicalmake-upspriortothefinalexam.Ifmorethanoneexamismissedallexamsmustbemadeuponthesameday.5.Clinicalperformanceinvolvesclientsafety.Astudentmaybedismissedfromthenursingprogramiftheinstructorperceivesthestudenttobeathreattoclientsafety.Thestudentmustachieveaclinicalratingofsatisfactoryaccordingtotheestablishedcoursecriteriainallnursingcoursesrequiringaclinicalcomponent.AratingofunsatisfactoryinclinicalperformancewillresultinagradeofFforthenursingcourseregardlessofanyothergradingcomponentinthecourse.Astudentwhohasbeenunsatisfactoryinprovidingsafeeffectiveclientcareintheclinicalareawillnotbeallowedreadmissionintothenursingprogram.6.Studentisexpectedtobeacademicallyhonest.AnystudentfoundguiltyofcheatingmayberemovedfromtheprogramwithagradeofF. Northeast1027.Studentmustsecureprofessionalliabilityinsuranceatthebeginningofeachacademicyearpriortoplacementinaclinicalagency.8.StudentmustshowdocumentationofcurrentcardiopulmonaryresuscitationCPRcertificationatthehealthcareproviderlevelpriortoplacementinaclinicalagency.9.Studentisrequiredtoobtainahealthevaluationbyaqualifiedhealthpractitionerontheformprovidedbythenursingdepartment.MustbeuploadedtoVerifiedCredentialsbydeadlinedate.10.StudentisrequiredtoobtainanevaluationoftheEssentialFunctionsasdeterminedbyaqualifiedhealthpractitioneronformsprovidedbythenursingprogram.TheevaluationmustbesubmittedtoVerifiedCredentialsbydeadlinedate.Additionalhealthexaminationsmayberequireddependingonphysicalorpsychologicalalterationswhichmayoccurduringtheprogramofstudy.11.WithoccupationalexposuretobloodandotherbodyfluidsthestudentisatriskofacquiringHepatitisBvirusinfection.ClinicalagenciesencouragestudentstoreceiveaseriesofthreeHepatitisBvaccines.Thestudentmustreceivethefirsttwovaccinespriortoattendingthefirstdayofclinical.Studentsmayrefusethevaccineseriesbysigningadeclinationpolicyprovidedbythenursingdepartment.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytoobtainthevaccinefromtheirpersonalhealthcareprovider.12.Asrequiredbytheclinicalagenciesthestudentisrequiredtosubmittoapre-clinicaldrugscreen.Additionallyrandomdrugscreensmayberequiredshouldthestudentexhibitbehaviorsindicativeofsubstanceabuseduringaclinicalexperience.Drugscreeningtestswillbeatthestudentsexpense.Apositivedrugscreenwillprohibitthestudentfromcompletingtheclinicalrequirementsofthenursingcurriculum.13.Asrequiredbytheclinicalagenciesthestudentisrequiredtosubmittoacriminalbackgroundcheckpriortoplacementinaclinicalfacility.Studentswhohaveapositivebackgroundcheckwillnotbeallowedtocompletetheclinicalcomponentofthenursingcourseandwouldneedtowithdrawfromthenursingcourse.14.Studentmustberegisteredpriortoattendingclass.15.StudentmustparticipateintheHESIComputerizedtesting.ThisisatestingprogramintegratedthroughoutthecurriculumaimedatincreasingstudentretentionandNCLEX-RNscores.Thecostforalltestsisapproximately350.00.IfthestudentscoresbelowpassingonanyHESIexamremediationwillberequired.StudentswhodonotpasstheExitExamontheirfirstattemptwillberequiredtoretaketheExitExampriortograduationforanadditionalfeeof50.00.COURSEGRADEAcoursegradewillbedeterminedbasedontheoryandclinicalperformance.Studentsmustachieveagradeof75oraboveineachrequirednursingcoursetocontinueinthenursingprogram.Agradebelow75willresultinaDoranFdependingonthenumericalscore.GRADINGSCALE90-100A80-89B75-79C60-74D59andbelowFATTENDANCEPOLICYFORNURSINGSTUDENTSTheoryThestudentmustbepresent80ofthescheduledclassdatesinordertodemonstratetheexpectedcourseoutcomesandsuccessfullyapplytheoreticalconceptstotheclinicalpracticum.ClinicalLaboratoryAttendanceintheclinicallaboratoryisrequiredat100inordertoaccomplishtheclinicallaboratoryobjectives.Clinicalabsencesmustbemadeuppriortobeginningthenextsemester.Uponreturntoclassthestudentmustmakearrangementsformakinguptheclinicalabsencewiththeclinicalinstructor.ExtenuatingcircumstanceswillbeevaluatedbytheNursingFacultyCommittee.ResponsibilitytoAgenciesAllstudentsareassignedtovarioushealthcareagenciesforclinicalexperiences.Studentsscheduledinhealthcareagenciesforclinicalexperiencesmustbeacceptabletothoseagencies.Thestudentisresponsibleforcomplyingwithpoliciesandproceduresrequiredbytheagency.Failuretomeetthisrequirementmaymeanthatthestudentisexcludedfromarequiredclinicalexperienceandmaybeunabletocompletethenursingprogram.ADVANCEDPLACEMENT-LPNMOBILITYTOADNTRACKSLicensedPracticalNursesLPNmayreceiveadvancedplacementintheassociatedegreenursingprogramseeMobilityLPNtoADNcurriculumtracks.LPNswhohavegraduatedfromtheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemPracticalNursingstandardizedcurriculummaybeeligibletoentertheMobilityLPNtoADNTrackIIduringthethirdsemesterwithoutvalidationoftheoryandskillsifgraduationoccurredwithintwoyearsofadmissiontothemobilitytrack.LPNswhohavegraduatedmorethantwoyearspriortoadmissiontotheMobilityLPNtrackorthosewhograduatedfromanursingprogramotherthantheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemPracticalNursingstandardizedcurriculumwillberequiredtosuccessfullycompleteNursing200NursingCareerMobilityAssessmentforvalidationoftheoryandskillsTrackI.UponsuccessfulcompletionofNursing200studentsareeligibleforprogressiontoNUR201NursingThroughtheLifespanIthethirdsemesteroftheADNcurriculum.AdmissionintoLPNtoAssociateDegreeNursingprogramsintheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemACCSisbaseduponanumericalrankingsystem.Onlycourseworkfromaregionallyaccreditedinstitutionwillbeusedtosatisfyprogramadmissionrequirements.Thepositionsforadvancedplacementarelimitedbasedonthenumberofnursingfacultyandclinicalpositionsavailable.Meetingminimalrequirementsdoesnotguaranteeacceptance. Northeast103StudentsmustmeeteachofthefollowingcriteriaAdmissionRequirementsforMobilityLPNtoADNTracks1.Unconditionaladmissiontothecollege.2.CompletenursingapplicationbyNovember1.3.Aminimumof2.5GPAonthelast24courseattempted.4.CompletionoftheTestofEssentialAcademicSkillsTEASmusthavebeentakenpriortoapplication.5.StudentswhohavegraduatedfromanACCSPNprogramwithintwoyearsofRNprogramadmissionwillnotberequiredtocompleteNUR200.6.StudentmustpossessanunencumberedAlabamaLPNlicense.7.StudentsmusthavecompletedthefollowingcourseswithaminimumgradeofCBIO201AnatomyandPhysiologyIBIO202AnatomyandPhysiologyIIENG101EnglishCompositionIMTH100IntermediatecollegeAlgebraorhigherlevel8.Goodstandingwiththecollege.9.Meetessentialfunctionrequiredfornursing.SELECTIONOFAPPLICANTSAftermeetingallminimumrequirementsapplicantsarerank-orderedusingapointsystembasedon1.TheTestofEssentialAcademicSkillsTEASscore150pointspossible.TheTEAStestmusthavebeentakenwithinthepast3yearsforconsideration.Theactualtestscorewillbethepointsearned.2.PointsfromselectedcollegecoursesBIO201202220.3.StudentscurrentlyenrolledorstudentswhohavepreviouslycompletedcoursesatNACCwillbeawarded11bonuspoints.EachapplicantwillbeevaluatedandselectedaccordingtothescaleusedtorankstudentsfortheAssociateDegreeNursingProgram.STUDENTORGANIZATIONSANDACTIVITIESStudentsenrolledinthenursingprogramparticipateincampusorganizationsaswellassocialculturalandcollegeactivitiesthesameasothercollegestudents.InadditiontotheregularactivitiesattheCollegestudentsinnursingmaybelongtotheNationalStudentNursesAssociation.ADDITIONALEXPENSESUniformsProfessionalliabilityinsuranceTransportationtoandfromclinicalagenciesTextbooksandnursinghandbooksLaboratorypacketEvaluationofEssentialFunctionsbyhealthcareproviderHepatitisBvaccinationseriesVerifiedCredentials44.00includesCriminalBackgroundCheckMeaslesimmunizationDrugScreeningTests70.00HealthEducationSystemsHESItestingfee350.00Additionalexpensesanticipatedduringthefinalsemesterofthenursingprogramareapproximate.TheyareasfollowsNCLEXApplicationandLicensure285.00GraduationFee50.00NursingPinOptional55.00ACCREDITATIONSTATUSApprovedbyAlabamaBoardofEducationApprovedbyAlabamaBoardofNursingAccreditedbytheAccreditationCommissionforEducationinNursingACENASSOCIATEDEGREENURSECURRICULUMCourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursFALLSEMESTERNUR102FundamentalsofNursing3-2-16NUR103HealthAssessment0-1-01NUR104IntroductiontoPharmacology0-1-01BIO201AnatomyandPhysiologyI3-1-04MTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra3-0-0315SPRINGSEMESTERNUR105AdultNursing5-1-28NUR106MaternalandChildNursing4-0-15BIO202AnatomyandPhysiologyII3-1-04ENG101EnglishCompositionI3-0-0320SUMMERSEMESTERNUR201NursingThroughtheLifespanI3-0-25BIO220GeneralMicrobiology3-1-04PSY200GeneralPsychology3-0-0312FALLSEMESTERNUR202NursingThroughtheLifespanII3-0-36PSY210HumanGrowthandDevelopment3-0-03SPH107FundamentalsofSpeech3-0-0312SPRINGSEMESTERNUR203NursingThroughtheLifespanIII4-0-26NURS204RoleTransitionfortheRegisteredNurse2-0-24HumanitiesFineArtsElective3-0-0313TOTALHOURS72 Northeast104LPNROLETRANSITIONTOASSOCIATEDEGREENURSERNCURRICULUMTrackICourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursPREREQUISITECOURSESBIO201AnatomyandPhysiologyI3-1-04BIO202AnatomyandPhysiologyII3-1-04ENG101EnglishCompositionI3-0-03MTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra3-0-03NUR200LPNRoleTransitiontoADNRN3-1-15NUR102LPNAdvancedPlacementCredit1610310410510635SUMMERSEMESTERNUR201NursingThroughtheLifespanI3-0-25BIO220GeneralMicrobiology3-1-04PSY200GeneralPsychology3-0-0312FALLSEMESTERNUR202NursingThroughtheLifespanII3-0-36PSY210HumanGrowthandDevelopment3-0-03SPH107FundamentalsofSpeech3-0-0312SPRINGSEMESTERNUR203NursingThroughtheLifespanIII4-0-26NUR204RoleTransitionfortheRegisteredNurse2-0-24HumanitiesFineArtsElective3-0-0313TOTALHOURS72LPNROLETRANSITIONTOASSOCIATEDEGREENURSERNCURRICULUMTrackIICourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursPREREQUISITECOURSESBIO201AnatomyandPhysiologyI3-1-04BIO202AnatomyandPhysiologyII3-1-04ENG101EnglishCompositionI3-0-03MTH100IntermediateCollegeAlgebra3-0-03NUR102LPNAdvancedPlacementCredit2110310410510635SUMMERSEMESTERNUR201NursingThroughtheLifespanI3-0-25BIO220GeneralMicrobiology3-1-04PSY200GeneralPsychology3-0-0312FALLSEMESTERNUR202NursingThroughtheLifespanII3-0-36PSY210HumanGrowthandDevelopment3-0-03SPH107FundamentalsofSpeech3-0-0312SPRINGSEMESTERNUR203NursingThroughtheLifespanIII4-0-26NUR204RoleTransitionfortheRegisteredNurse2-0-24HumanitiesFineArtsElective3-0-0313TOTALHOURS72LICENSEDPRACTICALNURSINGCertificateProgram3SemestersOneAcademicYearTheLicensedPracticeNursingLPNprogramisanintegralpartofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeandacceptsthemissionstatementandthegoalsofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.ThePracticalNursingProgramisacertificateprogramthatpreparesthegraduatesfortheNationalCouncilLicensureExaminationNCLEX-PNleadingtolicensureasapracticalnurse.ThereviewoftheapplicationbytheStateBoardofNursingdetermineseligibilityoftheapplicanttotakethelicensureexamination.LegalrequirementsforlicensureintheStateofAlabamaarelistedintheAlabamaBoardofNursingAdministrativeCode.TheapplicantforlicensureexaminationshouldbeawarethateligibilityforinitialandcontinuinglicensureinAlabamaincludesquestionsconcerningsuchmattersasconvictionsofcriminaloffensesconvictionsfordrivingundertheinfluenceofdrugsalcoholtreatmentformentalillnesstreatmentforchemicaldependencydisciplinaryactionbyastateboardofnursingplacedonastatefederalabuseregistryorcourtmartialeddisciplinedoradministrativelydischargedbythemilitary.TheapplicationtotakethelicensureexaminationmaybedeniedbytheStateBoardofNursingifalltherequirementsaslistedintheAlabamaBoardofNursingAdministrativeCodearenotmetbytheapplicant.AlthoughthesepoliciesreferspecificallytoAlabamaotherstateshavesimilarstipulationsregardinglicensure.Individualsmustmeetthefollowingcriteriaforinitiallicensureasapracticalnurse.1.Completeallrequirementsforgraduationfromanapprovednursingprogram.2.ReceiveapprovalbytheStateBoardofNursingtotaketheNationalCouncilLicensureExaminationNCLEX.3.AchieveapassingscoreontheNationalCouncilLicensureExaminationNCLEX.ADMISSIONREQUIREMENTS1.UnconditionaladmissiontotheCollege.2.CompleteapplicationtotheNursingProgrambyJune1st.3.AminimumGPAof2.5basedonthelast24semesterhoursattempted. Northeast1054.EligibilityforEnglish101andMath116asdeterminedbycollegepolicy.5.Goodstandingwiththecollege.6.Meetessentialfunctionsrequiredfornursing.7.MustcompletetheTestofEssentialAcademicSkillsTEASpriortoapplication.AdmissiontothePracticalNursingProgramiscompetitiveandthenumberofstudentsacceptedislimitedbythenumberoffacultyandclinicalfacilitiesavailable.Meetingminimalrequirementsdoesnotguaranteeacceptance.ShouldthestudentdeclineacceptanceorbedeniedadmissionbasedonqualificationsheshemustresubmitanapplicationbyJUNE1stofthefollowingacademicyear.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytoadheretotheadmissionrequirementsdescribed.Studentsshouldcontactanursingadvisorforclarificationifneeded.ITISTHERESPONSIBILITYOFTHESTUDENTTOKEEPTHENURSINGAPPLICATIONUPDATED.APPLICANTSAREENCOURAGEDTOVERIFYCOMPLETIONOFPROFILEPRIORTOTHEFILINGDEADLINE.SELECTIONOFAPPLICANTSAftermeetingallminimumrequirementsapplicantsarerank-orderedusingapointsystembasedon1.TheTestofEssentialAcademicSkillsTEASscore150pointspossible.TheTEAStestmusthavebeentakenwithinthepast3yearsforconsideration.Theactualtestscorewillbethepointsearned.2.PointsfromselectedcollegecoursesENG101andMTH116orselectedhighschoolcoursesforcurrenthighschoolstudentsAlgebraIIorhigherlevelmathandhighestlevelBiology.3.StudentscurrentlyenrolledorstudentswhohavepreviouslycompletedcoursesatNACCwillbeawarded11bonuspoints.Eachapplicantwillbeevaluatedaccordingtothefollowingscale.ApplicantswillbeselectedaccordingtotheirtotalscoreCOLLEGECOURSESGRADEA30GRADEB20GRADEC10orHIGHSCHOOLCOURSESGRADEA30GRADEB20GRADEC10ENG101HighestLevelBiologyMATH116AlgebraIIorhigherlevelmathTOTALPOINTSTOTALPOINTS60POINTSPOSSIBLETestofEssentialAcademicSkillsTEASScore150POINTSPOSSIBLENortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeStudent11BONUSPOINTSSTUDENTSTOTALSTUDENTSTOTALBONUSPOINTSTOTALPOINTS221POINTSPOSSIBLE Northeast106PRACTICALNURSINGPROGRAMREQUIREMENTS1.StudentmustcomplywithlegalmoralandlegislativestandardsinaccordancewiththeAlabamaBoardofNursingAdministrativeCode.2.StudentmustrespecttheclientsrighttoprivacybyprotectingconfidentialinformationunlessobligatedtodiscloseinacourtoflawunderproperauthorizationorlegalcompulsionAlabamaBoardofNursingAdministrativeCode.Studentsmaybeexpelledfromthenursingprogramforfailingtocomplywiththisrequirement.3.Studentsareprohibitedfrombringingcellphonesandrecordingdevicesintoallclinicalsetting.Non-compliancewiththispolicywillresultindismissalfromthenursingprogram.4.Studentmusttakealltestsaccordingtothescheduleddates.Ifstudentmissesatestheshemustprovideappropriatedocumentationinordertoreceiveamake-uptest.Make-upexamswillbegivenduringtheweekofclinicalmake-upspriortothefinalexam.Ifmorethanoneexamismissedallexamsmustbemadeuponthesameday.5.Clinicalperformanceinvolvesclientsafety.Astudentmaybedismissedfromthenursingprogramiftheinstructorperceivesthestudenttobeathreattoclientsafety.Thestudentmustachieveaclinicalratingofsatisfactoryaccordingtotheestablishedcoursecriteriainallnursingcoursesrequiringaclinicalcomponent.AratingofunsatisfactoryinclinicalperformancewillresultinagradeofFforthenursingcourseregardlessofanyothergradingcomponentinthecourse.Astudentwhohasbeenunsatisfactoryinprovidingsafeeffectiveclientcareintheclinicalareawillnotbeallowedreadmissionintothenursingprogram.6.Studentisexpectedtobeacademicallyhonest.AnystudentfoundguiltyofcheatingmayberemovedfromtheprogramwithagradeofF.7.Studentmustsecureprofessionalliabilityinsuranceatthebeginningoftheacademicyearpriortoplacementinaclinicalagency.8.StudentmustshowdocumentationofcurrentcardiopulmonaryresuscitationCPRcertificationatthehealthcareproviderlevelpriortoplacementinaclinicalagency.9.Studentisrequiredtoobtainahealthevaluationbyaqualifiedhealthpractitionerontheformprovidedbythenursingdepartment.MustbeuploadedtoVerifiedCredentialsbydeadlinedate.10.StudentisrequiredtoobtainanevaluationoftheEssentialFunctionsasdeterminedbyaqualifiedhealthpractitioneronformsprovidedbythenursingprogram.TheevaluationmustbesubmittedtoVerifiedCredentialsbydeadlinedate.Additionalhealthexaminationsmayberequireddependingonphysicalorpsychologicalalterationswhichmayoccurduringtheprogramofstudy.11.WithoccupationalexposuretobloodandotherbodyfluidsthestudentisatriskofacquiringHepatitisBvirusinfection.ClinicalagenciesencouragestudentstoreceiveaseriesofthreeHepatitisBvaccines.Thestudentmustreceivethefirsttwovaccinespriortoattendingthefirstdayofclinical.Studentsmayrefusethevaccineseriesbysigningadeclinationpolicyprovidedbythenursingdepartment.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytoobtainthevaccinefromtheirpersonalhealthcareprovider.12.Asrequiredbytheclinicalagenciesthestudentisrequiredtosubmittoapre-clinicaldrugscreen.Additionallyrandomdrugscreensmayberequiredshouldthestudentexhibitbehaviorsindicativeofsubstanceabuseduringaclinicalexperience.Drugscreeningtestswillbeatthestudentsexpense.Apositivedrugscreenwillprohibitthestudentfromcompletingtheclinicalrequirementsofthenursingcurriculum.13.Asrequiredbytheclinicalagenciesthestudentisrequiredtosubmittoacriminalbackgroundcheckpriortoplacementinaclinicalfacility.Studentswhohaveapositivebackgroundcheckwillnotbeallowedtocompletetheclinicalcomponentofthenursingcourseandwouldneedtowithdrawfromthenursingcourse.14.Studentmustberegisteredpriortoattendingclass.15.StudentmustparticipateintheHESIComputerizedtesting.ThisisatestingprogramintegratedthroughoutthecurriculumaimedatincreasingstudentretentionandNCLEX-PNscores.Thecostforalltestsisapproximately140.00.IfthestudentscoresbelowpassingonanyHESIexamremediationwillberequired.StudentswhodonotpasstheExitExamontheirfirstattemptwillberequiredtoretaketheExitExampriortograduationforanadditionalfeeof50.00.COURSEGRADEAcoursegradewillbedeterminedbasedontheoryandclinicalperformance.Studentsmustachieveagradeof75oraboveineachrequirednursingcoursetocontinueinthenursingprogram.Agradebelow75willresultinaDoranFdependingonthenumericalscore.GRADINGSCALE90-100A80-89B75-79C60-74D59andbelowFATTENDANCEPOLICYFORNURSINGSTUDENTSTheoryThestudentmustbepresent80ofthescheduledclassdatesinordertodemonstratetheexpectedcourseoutcomesandsuccessfullyapplytheoreticalconceptstotheclinicalpracticum.ClinicalLaboratoryAttendanceintheclinicallaboratoryisrequiredat100inordertoaccomplishtheclinicallaboratoryobjectives.Clinicalabsencesmustbemadeuppriortobeginningthenextsemester.Uponreturntoclassthestudentmustmakearrangementsformakinguptheclinicalabsencewiththeclinicalinstructor.ExtenuatingcircumstanceswillbeevaluatedbytheNursingFacultyCommittee.ResponsibilitytoAgenciesAllstudentsareassignedtovarioushealthcareagenciesforclinicalexperiences.Studentsscheduledinhealthcareagenciesforclinicalexperiencesmustbeacceptabletothose Northeast107agencies.Thestudentisresponsibleforcomplyingwithpoliciesandproceduresrequiredbytheagency.Failuretomeetthisrequirementmaymeanthatthestudentisexcludedfromarequiredclinicalexperienceandmaybeunabletocompletethenursingprogram.STUDENTORGANIZATIONSANDACTIVITIESStudentsenrolledinthenursingprogramparticipateincampusorganizationsaswellassocialculturalandcollegeactivitiesthesameasothercollegestudents.InadditiontotheregularactivitiesattheCollegestudentsinnursingmaybelongtotheNationalStudentNursesAssociation.ADDITIONALEXPENSESUniformsProfessionalliabilityinsuranceTransportationtoandfromclinicalagenciesTextbooksandnursinghandbooksLaboratorypacketEvaluationofEssentialFunctionsbyhealthcareproviderHepatitisBvaccinationseriesMeaslesimmunizationVerifiedCredentials44CriminalBackgroundCheckincludedDrugScreeningTests35HealthEducationSystemsHESItestingfee140.00Additionalexpensesanticipatedduringthefinalsemesterofthenursingprogramareapproximate.TheyareasfollowsNCLEXApplicationandLicensure285.00NursingPinOptional55.00ACCREDITATIONSTATUSApprovedbyAlabamaBoardofEducationApprovedbyAlabamaBoardofNursingAccreditedbytheAccreditationCommissionforEducationinNursingACENPRACTICALNURSECURRICULUMCourseClockNumberCourseTitleHoursFALLSEMESTERNUR102FundamentalsofNursing3-2-16NUR103HealthAssessment0-1-01NUR104IntroductiontoPharmacology0-1-01BIO201AnatomyandPhysiologyI3-1-04MTH116MathematicalApplications3-0-0315SPRINGSEMESTERNUR105AdultNursing5-1-28NUR106MaternalandChildNursing4-0-15BIO202AnatomyandPhysiologyII3-1-04ENG101EnglishCompositionI3-0-0320SUMMERSEMESTERNUR107AdultChildNursing5-0-38NUR108PsychosocialNursing2-0-13NUR109RoleTransitionforthePN2-1-0314TOTALHOURS49PROGRESSIONPOLICYFORALLNURSINGPROGRAMSADNPNLPNMOBILITYTOADNInordertocontinueinthenursingprogramthestudentmustmeetthefollowingcriteria1.MaintainagradeofCorbetterinallrequiredgeneraleducationandnursingcourses.2.UnlesscompletedpreviouslystudentsmustcompleteallrequiredgeneraleducationcoursesaccordingtoTheAlabamaCollegeSystemNursingEducationcurriculum.3.Beacceptablebyclinicalagenciesforclinicalexperience.4.Maintainabilitytomeetessentialfunctionsfornursingwithorwithoutreasonableaccommodations.5.MaintaincurrentCPRcoursecompletionatthehealthcareproviderlevel.6.StudentswithanunsuccessfulattemptinanursingcourseWDorFcannotprogressuntilthecourseisrepeatedsuccessfully.Courserepetitionwillbebasedoninstructoravailabilityandprogramresources.NONPROGRESSION1.AtotaloftwounsuccessfulattemptsintwoseparatesemestersDForWinthenursingprogramwillresultindismissalfromtheprogram.2.Studentswhohaveawithdrawalorfailureinanursingcourseandareeligibletoreturntothatcoursewillbeconsideredforreinstatementtotheprogram.3.Astudentmaybereinstatedtothenursingprogramonlyonetime.Reinstatementmustbewithinoneyearfromthesemesterofnon-progression.Reinstatementisnotguaranteedduetolimitationsinclinicalspaces.Allnursingprogramadmissionstandardsmustbemet.4.Astudentmusthavea2.0cumulativeGPAatthecurrentinstitutionforreinstatement.5.IfastudenthasadocumentedextenuatingcircumstancethatshouldbeconsideredrelatedtoawithdrawalorfailurethisstudentmayrequestahearingbeforetheAdmissionCommitteeorotherappropriatecollegecommitteesforadecisiononrepeatingacoursereinstatementorreadmissiontotheprogram.REINSTATEMENT1.Studentshouldscheduleappointmentwithnursingfacultyadvisortodiscusseligibilityforreinstatement.2.StudentmustsubmitapplicationforreinstatementbyJune1forfallorspringreinstatementandFebruary1forsummerreinstatement.3.Studentmustapplyforreadmissiontothecollegeifnotcurrentlyenrolled. Northeast108READMISSIONStudentsnoteligibleforprogramreinstatementmayapplyforprogramadmissionasanewstudent.Ifacceptedasanewstudentthestudentmusttakeorretakeallnursingprogramcourses.Studentswhoarenotingoodstandingsuchasthosewhohavebeendismissedfordisciplinaryreasonsandorunsafeclientcarearenoteligibleforadmission.Studentsmustadheretothenursingcurriculumandprogrampoliciesandproceduresineffectatthetimeofreadmission.ADNTRANSFERTOPNPROGRAMAssociateDegreenursingstudentsmayapplyforadmissiontothePNprogramwithinthesamecollegeaftertheyhavecompletedthefirstorsecondsemesterofcourseworkwithagradeofCorbetter.StudentswhoelecttotransfertothePNprogramwillberequiredtomeetthecurrentprogramadmissionreadmissionrequirements.StudentsmaybeadmittedonaspaceavailablebasistothePNprogram.Eligibilityforthisoptionincludes1.Studentmustcompleteatransferreadmissionform.2.Haveaminimumofa2.0cumulativeGPAatcurrentinstitution.3.Meetclinicalrecordhealthrecordrequirements.4.Thelastclinicalnursingcourseinwhichthestudentwassuccessfulcannotbemorethan12monthsold.5.StudentwillberankedoncumulativeGPAforthepurposesoftransferreadmissiontothePNprogram.6.StudentswhohavehadthemaximumallowedattemptsintheRNprogramareonlyallowedoneattempttocompletethePNprogram.7.StudentswhoaresuccessfulmayapplyfortheLPNtoRNMobilityprogramasoutlinedinthecollegecatalog.8.IfunsuccessfulinthePNtransferoptionthestudentmustapplyforadmissionasanewstudent.TRANSFERPOLICYThetransferpolicyappliesonlytostudentsdesiringtotransferbetweenAlabamaCollegeSysteminstitutions.Itdoesnotapplytostudentswishingtotransferfromotherinstitutions.1.Mustmeetminimumadmissionstandardsforthenursingprogram.2.MustpossessagradeofCorbetterinallrequirednursingprogramcoursestakenatanotherinstitutionandpossessaminimumofa2.5cumulativeGPAattimeoftransfer.3.DeanDirectorofpreviousnursingprogrammustprovidealetterofeligibilityforprogressioninpreviousnursingprogram.4.Mustcomplywithallprogrampolicyrequirementsatacceptinginstitution.5.Completeatleast25ofthenursingprogramrequiredcoursesfordegreecertificateattheacceptinginstitution.6.Mustmeetacceptabilitycriteriaforplacementatclinicalagenciesforclinicalexperience.7.Acceptanceoftransferstudentsintonursingprogramsislimitedbythenumberoffacultyandclinicalfacilitiesavailable.Meetingminimalrequirementsdoesnotguaranteeacceptance.8.StudentselectionfortransferisbasedonGPAinnursingprogramrequiredcourses.THEALABAMACOMMUNITYCOLLEGESYSTEMNURSINGPROGRAMSESSENTIALFUNCTIONSTheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemendorsestheAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct.InaccordancewithCollegepolicywhenrequestedreasonableaccommodationsmaybeprovidedforindividualswithdisabilities.Theessentialfunctionsdelineatedbelowarenecessaryfornursingprogramadmissionprogressionandgraduationandfortheprovisionofsafeandeffectivenursingcare.Theessentialfunctionsincludebutarenotlimitedtotheabilityto1SensoryPerceptionaVisualiObserveanddiscernsubtlechangesinphysicalconditionsandtheenvironmentiiVisualizedifferentcolorspectrumsandcolorchangesiiiReadfineprintinvaryinglevelsoflightivReadforprolongedperiodsoftimevReadcursivewritingviReadatvaryingdistancesviiReaddatainformationdisplayedonmonitorsequipmentbAuditoryiInterpretmonitoringdevicesiiDistinguishmuffledsoundsheardthroughastethoscopeiiiHearanddiscriminatehighandlowfrequencysoundsproducedbythebodyandtheenvironmentivEffectivelyheartocommunicatewithotherscTactileiDiscerntremorsvibrationspulsestexturestemperatureshapessizelocationandotherphysicalcharacteristicsdOlfactoryiDetectbodyodorsandodorsintheenvironment2CommunicationInterpersonalRelationshipsaVerballyandinwritingengageinatwo-waycommunicationandinteracteffectivelywithothersfromavarietyofsocialemotionalculturalandintellectualbackgroundsbWorkeffectivelyingroupscWorkeffectivelyindependentlydDiscernandinterpretnonverbalcommunicationeExpressonesideasandfeelingsclearlyfCommunicatewithothersaccuratelyinatimelymannergObtaincommunicationsfromacomputer3CognitiveCriticalThinkingaEffectivelyreadwriteandcomprehendtheEnglishlanguagebConsistentlyanddependablyengageintheprocessofcriticalinordertoformulateandimplementsafeand Northeast109ethicalnursingdecisionsinavarietyofhealthcaresettingscDemonstratesatisfactoryperformanceonwrittenexaminationsincludingmathematicalcomputationswithoutacalculatordSatisfactorilyachievetheprogramobjectives4MotorFunctionaHandlesmalldelicateequipmentobjectswithoutextraneousmovementcontaminationordestructionbMovepositionturntransferassistwithliftingorliftandcarryclientswithoutinjurytoclientsselforotherscMaintainbalancefromanypositiondStandonbothlegseCoordinatehandeyemovementsfPushpullheavyobjectswithoutinjurytoclientselforothersgStandbendwalkandorsitfor6-12hoursinaclinicalsettingperformingphysicalactivitiesrequiringenergywithoutjeopardizingthesafetyoftheclientselforothershWalkwithoutacanewalkerorcrutchesiFunctionwithhandsfreefornursingcareandtransportingitemsjTransportselfandclientwithouttheuseofelectricaldeviceskFlexabductandrotatealljointsfreelylRespondrapidlytoemergencysituationsmManeuverinsmallareasnPerformdailycarefunctionsfortheclientoCoordinatefineandgrossmotorhandmovementstoprovidesafeeffectivenursingcarepCalibrateuseequipmentqExecutemovementrequiredtoprovidenursingcareinallhealthcaresettingsrPerformCPRandphysicalassessmentsOperateacomputer5ProfessionalBehavioraConveycaringrespectsensitivitytactcompassionempathytoleranceandahealthyattitudetowardothersbDemonstrateamentallyhealthyattitudethatisageappropriateinrelationshiptotheclientcHandlemultipletasksconcurrentlydPerformsafeeffectivenursingcareforclientsinacaringcontexteUnderstandandfollowthepoliciesandproceduresoftheCollegeandclinicalagenciesfUnderstandtheconsequencesofviolatingthestudentcodeofconductgUnderstandtheposingadirectthreattoothersisunacceptableandsubjectsonetodisciplinehMeetqualificationsforlicensurebyexaminationasstipulatedbytheAlabamaBoardofNursingiNottoposeathreattoselforothersjFunctioneffectivelyinsituationsofuncertaintyandstressinherentinprovidingnursingcarekAdapttochangingenvironmentsandsituationslRemainfreeofchemicaldependencymReportpromptlytoclinicalandremainfor6-12hoursontheclinicalunitnProvidenursingcareinanappropriatetimeframeoAcceptsresponsibilityaccountabilityandownershipofonesactionspSeeksupervisionconsultationinatimelymannerqExamineandmodifyonesownbehaviorwhenitinterfereswithnursingcareorlearningSTUDENTSTATEMENTIhavereviewedtheEssentialFunctionsforthisprogramandIcertifythattothebestofmyknowledgeIhavetheabilitytoperformthesefunctions.Iunderstandthatafurtherevaluationofmyabilitymayberequiredandconductedbythenursingfacultyifdeemednecessarytoevaluatemyabilitypriortoadmissiontotheprogramandforretentionandprogressionthroughtheprogram.Describeanyspecialaccommodationsrequested.StudentSignatureDatePrintedNamePHYSICIANCRNPSTATEMENTIsthispersonsmentalandphysicalhealthsufficienttoperformtheclassroomandclinicaldutiesofanursingstudentYESNOIfnopleaseexplainuseadditionalsheetifneededPhysicianCRNPSignatureDatePrintedNameUponadmissionanindividualwhodisclosesadisabilitycanrequestreasonableaccommodations.Individualswillbeaskedtoprovidedocumentationofthedisabilityinordertoassistwiththeprovisionofappropriatereasonableaccommodations.TherespectiveCollegewillprovidereasonableaccommodationsbutisnotrequiredtosubstantiallyaltertherequirementsornatureoftheprogramorreasonableaccommodationsthatinflictanundueburdenontherespectiveCollege.Inordertobeadmittedonemustbeabletoperformalloftheessentialfunctionswithorwithoutreasonableaccommodations.Ifanindividualshealthchangesduringtheprogramoflearningsothattheessentialfunctionscannotbemetwithorwithoutreasonableaccommodationsthestudentwillbewithdrawnfromthenursingprogram.Thenursingfacultyreservestherightatanytimetorequireanadditionalmedicalexaminationatthestudentsexpenseinordertoassistwiththeevaluationofthestudentsabilitytoperformtheessentialfunctions.RequestsforreasonableaccommodationsshouldbedirectedtotheAdmissionsOffice. Northeast110EMERGENCYMEDICALSERVICESTheEmergencyMedicalServicesEMSPrograminaccordancewiththegoalsandmissionofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeiscommittedtoprovidingqualityeducationandpreparationtothoseseekingeducationinEmergencyMedicalServices.EmergencyMedicalServicesEMSpersonneltreatnearly20millionpatientsayearintheUnitedStates.Manyofthesepatientshavecomplicatedmedicalortraumaticconditionsthatrequireconsiderableknowledgeskillandjudgmenttobetreatedeffectivelyintheout-of-hospitalsetting.Highqualityout-of-hospitalemergencycareisanimportantpartoftheUnitedStateshealthcaresystem.BasedontheNationalEMSScopeofPracticemodelthefourlevelsofnationallyrecognizedprovidersareEmergencyMedicalResponderEMREmergencyMedicalTechnicianEMTAdvancedEmergencyMedicalTechnicianAEMTandParamedic.EmergencyMedicalResponderEMRrenderson-sceneemergencycarewhileawaitingadditionalEMSresponse.InmanycommunitiesEMRsprovidecareasfirstrespondersintheworkplaceandindustryfirerespondersandrescueorganizations.EMRcoursesareorganizedonrequest.UponsuccessfulcoursecompletionandcertificationbyexaminationthroughtheNationalRegistryofEMTscandidatesmayapplyforlicensurewiththeAlabamaOfficeofEMSandTrauma.EMRcertificationandlicensureisnotrequiredtoentertheEMSProgram.ThoseseekingtoentertheEMSprogramofstudyhaveoptionsofearningshorttermcertificatesattheEMTandAdvancedEMTlevelandacertificateattheParamedicleveloranAssociateinAppliedScienceDegree-EmergencyMedicalServices.SuccessfulcoursecompletionsateachlevelcertificationbyexaminationthroughtheNREMTandlicensurewithAlabamaOfficeofEMSandTraumaarerequiredtoprogressfromEMTtoAEMTtoParamediclevelcourses.PleaseseecertificateinformationandAASEMSdegreerequirementsfollowing.TheEmergencyMedicalTechniciansEMTscopeofpracticeincludesbasicnon-invasiveinterventionstoreducethemorbidityandmortalityassociatedwithacuteout-of-hospitalmedicalandtraumaticemergencies.TheEmergencyMedicalTechnicianlevelistheminimumlicensurelevelforpersonneltransportingpatientsinambulances.TheAdvancedEMTAEMTscopeofpracticeincludesbasiclimitedadvancedandpharmacologicalinterventionstoreducethemorbidityandmortalityassociatedwithacuteout-of-hospitalmedicalandtraumaticemergencies.AcurrentAlabamaEMTlicenseisrequiredtoentertheAEMTprogram.ParamedicsarethemostadvancedlevelofEMScareproviderslicensedbythestateofAlabama.TheParamedicsscopeofpracticeincludesbasicandadvancedlifesupporteducationandskillsfocusedontheacutemanagementandtransportationofthebroadrangeofpatientswhoaccesstheemergencymedicalsystem.AcurrentAlabamaAEMTlicenseisrequiredforprogramadmissionalongwithspecificacademicpre-requisitecourses.EMERGENCYMEDICALSERVICESAlsoavailableAASinEmergencyMedicalServicesFollowingisthecourseprogressionthroughtheEMSProgramEmergencyMedicalTechnicianEMT1semesterShortTermCertificateEMS106MedicalTerminologyforHealthProfessionals....................2EMS118EmergencyMedicalTechnicianEMT................................9EMS119EMTClinical........................................................................1Total..........................................................................................12hoursEMTistypicallyofferedeachtermfallspringandsummer.NoteStudentsmustcompleteanAHAAmericanHeartAssociationCPRcourseforHealthcareProviderspriortoattendingclinicalsessions.StudentsmustmaintaincurrencyinAHAHealthcareProviderCPRwhileenrolledinEMTAEMTandParamedicstudies.OptionalCoursesEMS100CardiopulmonaryResuscitationI.........................................1EMS107EVOCEmergencyVehicleOperatorsCourse..................1ADVANCEDEMTAEMT1semesterShortTermCertificateCurrentAlabamaEMTlicenseisrequiredforregistration.EMS106MedicalTerminologyforHealthProfessionals....................2EMS155AdvancedEmergencyMedicalTechnicianAEMT............8EMS156AEMTClinical......................................................................2Total..........................................................................................12hoursAEMTistypicallyofferedfallandspringtermsPARAMEDIC3semestersLongCertificatePre-requisitesBIO201AnatomyandPhysiologyIandcurrentAlabamaAdvancedEMTlicense.Paramedicclassestypicallybegineachsummerterm.Generaleducationrequirementsmustbemetpriortoenteringthe3rdparamedicsemesterhoweveritisrecommendedthesebecompletepriortobeginningparamedicifpossible.TheseareENG101-EnglishCompositionIMTH100-IntermediateCollegeAlgebraandBIO202AnatomyandPhysiologyII.EarlyEMSadvisementisvitaltoensurestudentsaremakingadequateprogressingeneraleducationstudiestoensuretimelyadmissionintotheparamedicprogram.ThreeadditionalclasseswillmeettheAASdegreerequirements.SeeanEMSadvisorfordetailsSummer-1stsemesterEMS106MedicalTerminologyforHealthProfessionals....................2EMS240ParamedicOperations...........................................................2EMS241ParamedicCardiology..........................................................3EMS242ParamedicPatientAssessment..............................................3 Northeast111EMS243ParamedicPharmacology.....................................................1EMS244ParamedicClinicalI.............................................................1Fall2ndsemesterEMS245ParamedicMedicalEmergencies..........................................3EMS246ParamedicTraumaManagement..........................................3EMS247ParamedicSpecialPopulations.............................................2EMS248ParamedicClinicalII............................................................3Spring-3rdsemesterWKO106WorkplaceSkills..................................................................3EMS253ParamedicTransitiontotheWorkforce................................2EMS254AdvancedCompetenciesforParamedic...............................2EMS255ParamedicFieldPreceptorship.............................................5EMS256ParamedicTeamPreceptorship.............................................1TotalincludingBIO201202ENG101MTH100...............50hoursCertificationbyexaminationisgainedthroughtheNationalRegistryofEMTswww.nremt.org.UponcertificationapplicationforlicensureismadetothespecificEMSagencyinthestateonedesirestopractice.TheAlabamaDepartmentofPublicHealthOfficeofEMSandTraumaADPHOEMSTissuesEMSlicensesinAlabamawww.adph.orgems.TheNREMTandADPHOEMSTorthespecificstateyouplantoapplytopracticemayhaveadditionalrequirementsrelatedtoagequalificationscriminalbackgroundandhistoryofsubstanceabuseandaddiction.ForacomprehensivelistingofstateEMSagenciespleaseseehttpwww.nremt.orgnremtaboutemt_cand_state_offices.asp.EMSProgramAdmissionRequirementsUnconditionaladmissiontotheCollege.ScheduleanadvisingappointmentwithanEMSadvisor.CompletetheEMSProgramapplicationobtainedatadvisormeeting.MeetessentialfunctionsrequiredforEMSpage101.Completeanyplacementexaminationspriortoregistration.Meetpre-clinicalrequirementsforEMS.InadditiontoclassroomandlabsessionsEMSstudentsarerequiredtocompletecourseappropriateclinicalactivitiesatvarioushealthcareandEMSorganizations.Priortoclinicalparticipationstudentsmustmeetspecificagencyrequirements.Theseincludeaphysicalexaminationdocumentationofvaccinationssatisfactorycriminalbackgroundcheckdrugscreenorientationtopolicyandproceduresforeachagencyincludingappropriatedresshygienepatientconfidentialityandexpectationofprofessionalbehaviors.SuccessfulprogramcompletionismetineachEMScoursewithaminimumscoreof750ofapossible1000pointswithalettergradeofCandsatisfactorylabandclinicalcompetencies.Scoresoflessthan750inanyEMScourseareconsideredunsuccessfulandwillnotresultincertificateorAASawards.AnticipatedAdditionalEMSProgramCostsTextbooksandlearningresourcesExamandlicensurefeesProfessionalLiabilityInsuranceClinicaluniformsandsuppliesTransportationtoandfromclinicalsitesPhysicalExaminationvaccinationsDrugScreenandCriminalBackgroundCheckTheEmergencyMedicalServicesEMSProgramisaccreditedbytheCommissiononAccreditationofAlliedHealthEducationProgramsCAAHEPupontherecommendationsoftheCommitteeonAccreditationofEducationalProgramsfortheEmergencyMedicalServicesProfessionsCoAEMSP.EMERGENCYMEDICALSERVICESPROGRAMESSENTIALFUNCTIONSStudentsenteringandparticipatingintheEMSProgramprimarytrainingmustPhysicalDemands1.havethephysicalabilitynecessarytowalkclimbcrawlbendpushpullandliftandbalanceoverlessthanidealterrain2.havegoodphysicalstaminaandendurancewhichwouldnotbeadverselyaffectedbyhavingtoliftcarryandbalanceattimesinexcessof125pounds250poundswithassistance3.seedifferentcolorspectrums4.havegoodeye-handcoordinationandmanualdexteritytomanipulateequipmentinstrumentationandmedicationsProblemSolvingAbilities5.beabletosendandreceiveverbalmessagesaswellasoperatecommunicationequipmentappropriately6.beabletocollectfactstoorganizedataaccuratelyandcommunicateclearlybothorallyandinwritingintheEnglishlanguageattheninthgradelevelorhigher7.beabletodifferentiatebetweennormalandabnormalfindingsinhumanphysicalconditionsusingvisualauditoryolfactoryandtactileobservations8.beabletomakegoodjudgmentdecisionsandexhibitproblemsolvingskillsunderstressfulsituations9.beattentivetodetailandawareofstandardsandrulesthatgovernpractice10.implementtherapiesbasedonmathematicalcalculationsWorkerCharacteristics11.possessemotionalstabilitytobeabletoperformdutiesinlife-or-deathsituationsandinpotentiallydangeroussocialsituationsincludingrespondingtocallsindistrictsknowntohavehighcrimerates12.beabletohandlestressandworkwellaspartofateam13.beorientedtorealityandnotbementallyimpairedbymindalteringsubstances Northeast11214.notbeaddictedtodrugsoralcohol15.beabletoworkshifts24hoursinlengthifnecessary16.beabletotoleratebeingexposedtoextremesintheenvironmentincludingvariableaspectsofweatherhazardousfumesandnoise17.possesseyesightinaminimumofoneeyecorrectableto2020visionandbeabletodeterminedirectionsaccordingtoamap.Studentswhodesiretodriveanambulancemustpossessapproximately180degreesperipheralvisioncapacitymustpossessavalidAlabamadriverslicenseandmustbeabletosafelyandcompetentlyoperateamotorvehicleinaccordancewithstatelawand18.havetheabilitytofollowestablishedcriteriaevenintheabsenceofdirectsupervision.STUDENTVERIFICATIONDirectionsReadthedeclarationsbelowandcheckandsignonlyoneoption.OPTIONAnIhavereadtheEssentialFunctionsaboveandtothebestofmyknowledgeIcurrentlyhavetheabilitytofullymeetthesestandardsandactivities.OPTIONBnIhavereadtheEssentialFunctionsaboveandtothebestofmyknowledgeIcanmeetthesestandardswiththefollowingaccommodations.OPTIONCnIhavereadtheEssentialFunctionsaboveandIamrequestinganappointmentwiththeDisabilityServicesCoordinatortodiscussreasonableaccommodations.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000StudentsNamePrintStudentsSignatureDateFOROFFICEUSEONLYAccommodationprovidedExplainUnabletoprovideaccommodationExplain0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000StudentsNamePrintStudentsSignatureDate COURSEDESCRIPTIONSIreturnedtoCollegetoexpandmymindandtolearnmoreaboutcreativewriting.Northeastwasclosesttomeandconvenienceisimportant.IdefinitelywouldrecommendNortheasttoanyonewishingtoreturntoschoolinfactItoutittoallmyfriendsandacquaintances.BeingatNortheastislikestartingtoliveagain.Itstimetogetoutofyourcomfortzoneandpushyourselftolearnnewthings.AnnMajorEnglish Northeast114COURSEDESCRIPTIONSThiscatalogreflectscoursedescriptionsdetailedinTHEALABAMACOMMUNITYCOLLEGESYSTEMCOURSEDIRECTORY.Developmentalcoursesallcoursesnumberedbelow100aremostlikelynontransferable.Forinstitutionalaccountingandforcertaintypesoffinancialaidthesecoursesarecountedtowardastudentscreditload.ThesecoursesarecountedinsemestergradepointcalculationsbutthesecourseswillnotcounttowardgraduationrequirementsatNortheast.ThefollowingcoursedescriptionshavebeencodedinaccordancewiththeAGSCTransferCodeDesignationsasexplainedbelowCODEAAGSCapprovedtransfercoursesinAreasI-IVthatarecommontoallinstitutions.CODEBAreaVcoursesthataredeemedappropriatetothedegreeandpre-majorrequirementsofindividualstudents.CODECPotentialAreaVtransfercoursesthataresubjecttoapprovalbyrespectivereceivinginstitutions.Somecoursesmaybeofferedthroughdistancelearning.Pleasecheckthescheduleofcourseseachsemestertoidentifythesecourses.ACCOUNTINGACCACC129.INDIVIDUALINCOMETAXES.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseintroducestherelevantlawsgoverningindividualincometaxation.Emphasisisplacedonfilingstatusexemptionsfordependentsgrossincomeadjustmentsdeductionsandcomputationoftax.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletocompletevarioustaxformspertainingtothetopicscoveredinthecourse.AIRCONDITIONINGANDREFRIGERATIONACRACR111.PRINCIPLESOFREFRIGERATION.3hours.Thiscourseemphasizesthefundamentalprinciplesforairconditioningandrefrigeration.InstructionisprovidedinthetheoryandprinciplesofrefrigerationandheattransferHVACRsystemcomponentscommonandspecialtytoolsforHVACRandapplicationoftheconceptsofbasiccompressionrefrigeration.UponcompletionstudentsshouldidentifysystemcomponentsandunderstandtheirfunctionsidentifyandusecommonandspecialtyHVACRtoolsandmaintaincomponentsofabasiccompressionrefrigerationsystem.ThisisaCOREcourse.ACR121.PRINCIPLESOFELECTRICITYFORHVACR.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththebasicknowledgeofelectricaltheoryandcircuitryasitpertainstoairconditioningandrefrigeration.Thiscourseemphasizessafetydefinitionssymbolslawscircuitsandelectricaltestinstruments.UponcompletionstudentsshouldunderstandandbeabletoapplythebasicprinciplesofHVACRcircuitsandcircuitcomponents.ThisisaCOREcourse.ARTARTART100.ARTAPPRECIATION.3hours.AThiscourseisdesignedtohelpthestudentfindpersonalmeaninginworksofartanddevelopabetterunderstandingofthenatureandvalidityofart.Emphasisisonthediversityofformandcontentinoriginalartwork.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldunderstandthefundamentalsofartthematerialsusedandhaveabasicoverviewofthehistoryofart.ART113.DRAWINGI.3hours.BThiscourseprovidestheopportunitytodevelopperceptionalandtechnicalskillsinavarietyofmedia.Emphasisisplacedoncommunicationthroughexperimentingwithcompositionsubjectmatterandtechnique.Uponcompletionstudentsshoulddemonstrateandapplythefundamentalsofarttovariouscreativedrawingprojects.ART114.DRAWINGII.3hours.BPREREQUISITEDrawingI.Thiscourseadvancesthestudentsdrawingskillsinvariousartmedia.Emphasisisplacedoncommunicationthroughexperimentationcompositiontechniqueandpersonalexpression.Uponcompletionstudentsshoulddemonstratecreativedrawingskillstheapplicationofthefundamentalsofartandthecommunicationofpersonalthoughtsandfeelings.ART121.TWO-DIMENSIONALCOMPOSITIONI.3hours.BPREREQUISITEDeterminedbyinstructor.Thiscourseintroducesthebasicofconceptsoftwo-dimensionaldesign.Topicsincludetheelementsandprinciplesofdesignwithemphasisonthearrangementsandrelationshipsamongthem.Uponcompletionstudentsshoulddemonstrateaneffectiveuseoftheseelementsandprinciplesofdesignincreatingtwo-dimensionalcompositions.ART127.THREE-DIMENSIONALCOMPOSITION.3hours.BPREREQUISITEART113ORART121andpermissionofinstructor.Thiscourseintroducesartmaterialsandprinciplesofdesignthatacquaintthebeginnerwiththefundamentalsofthree-dimensionalart.Emphasisisplacedontheuseofartfundamentalsandthecreativeexplorationofmaterialsinconstructingthree-dimensionalartworks.Uponcompletionstudentsshoulddemonstratebasictechnicalskillsandapersonalawarenessofthecreativepotentialinherentinthreedimensionalartforms.ART203.ARTHISTORYI.3hours.AThiscoursecoversthechronologicaldevelopmentofdifferentformsofartsuchassculpturepaintingandarchitecture.EmphasisisplacedonhistoryfromtheancientperiodthroughtheRenaissance.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletocommunicateaknowledgeoftimeperiodandchronologicalsequenceincludingaknowledgeofthemesstylesandoftheimpactofsocietyonthearts.ART204.ARTHISTORYII.3hours.AThiscoursecoversastudyofthechronologicaldevelopmentofdifferentformsofartsuchassculpturepaintingandarchitecture.EmphasisisplacedonhistoryfromtheBaroquetothepresent.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletocommunicateaknowledgeof Northeast115timeperiodandchronologicalsequenceincludingaknowledgeofthemesstylesandoftheimpactofsocietyonthearts.ART216.PRINTMAKINGI.3hours.CPREREQUISITEART113ART121andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseintroducesvariousprintmakingprocesses.Topicsincludereliefintaglioserigraphyorlithographyandthecreativeprocess.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldhaveabasicunderstandingofthecreativeandtechnicalproblemsassociatedwithprintmaking.ART217.PRINTMAKINGII.3hours.CPREREQUISITEART216andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseprovidestheopportunityforthestudenttostudyaprintmakingprocessbeyondtheintroductorylevel.Emphasisisplacedoncreativitycompositionandtechniqueinthecommunicationofideasthroughprintmaking.Uponcompletionstudentsshoulddemonstrateanunderstandingoftheprintmakingprocessasacreativetoolfortheexpressionofideas.ART233.PAINTINGI.3hours.BPREREQUISITEART113ART121andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisdesignedtointroducethestudenttofundamentalpaintingprocessesandmaterials.Topicsincludeartfundamentalscolortheoryandcomposition.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstratethefundamentalsofartanddiscussvariousapproachestothemediaandthecreativeprocessesassociatedwithpainting.ART234.PAINTINGII.3hours.CPREREQUISITEART233.Thiscourseisdesignedtodevelopthestudentsknowledgeofthematerialsandproceduresofpaintingbeyondtheintroductorylevel.Emphasisisplacedonthecreativeandtechnicalproblemsassociatedwithcommunicatingthroughcompositionandstyle.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstratetheapplicationofthefundamentalsofpaintingandthecreativeprocesstothecommunicationofideas.ART243.SCULPTUREI.3hours.CPREREQUISITEART125ART127andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseprovidesastudyofthree-dimensionalformbyfamiliarizingstudentswithsculptingmediaandtechniques.Topicsincludethefundamentalsofartsculptingmediawithemphasisonthecreativeprocess.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldunderstandthefundamentalsofartandthree-dimensionalformaswellasthevariousmediaandprocessesassociatedwithsculpture.ART244.SCULPTUREII.3hours.CPREREQUISITEART243Thiscourseisdesignedtosharpenskillsinthemediaandprocessesofsculpture.Emphasisisplacedonpersonalexpressionthroughthree-dimensionalform.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplythefundamentalsofarttheirknowledgeofformandthesculpturalprocessestocommunicatingideas.ASTRONOMYASTAST220.INTRODUCTIONTOASTRONOMY.4hours.AThiscoursecoversthehistoryofastronomyandthedevelopmentofastronomicalthoughtleadingtothebirthofmodernastronomyanditsmostrecentdevelopment.EmphasisisplacedonthecoverageofastronomicalinstrumentsandmeasuringtechnologiesthesolarsystemtheMilkyWaygalaxyimportantextragalacticobjectsandcosmology.Laboratoryisrequired.BASICSTUDYSKILLSBSSBSS115.SUCCESSANDSTUDYSKILLS.1hour.Thiscourseprovidesanorientationtothecampusresourcesandacademicskillsnecessarytoachieveeducationalobjectives.Emphasisisplacedonanexplorationoffacilitiesandservicesstudyskillslibraryskillsself-assessmentwellnessgoalsettingandcriticalthinking.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplyappropriatestudystrategiesandtechniquestothedevelopmentofaneffectivestudyplan.BIOLOGYBIOBIO103.PRINCIPLESOFBIOLOGYI.4hours.AThisisanintroductorycourseforscienceandnon-sciencemajors.Itcoversphysicalchemicalandbiologicalprinciplescommontoallorganisms.TheseprinciplesareexplainedthroughastudyofcellstructureandfunctioncellularreproductionbasicbiochemistrycellenergeticstheprocessofphotosynthesisandMendelianandmoleculargenetics.Alsoincludedarethescientificmethodbasicprinciplesofevolutionandanoverviewofthediversityoflifewithemphasisonvirusesprokaryotesandprotist.A120minutelaboratoryisrequired.BIO104.PRINCIPLESOFBIOLOGYII.4hours.AThiscourseisanintroductiontothebasicecologicalandevolutionaryrelationshipsofplantsandanimalsandasurveyofplantandanimaldiversityincludingclassificationmorphologyphysiologyandreproduction.A180minutelaboratoryisrequired.BIO201.HUMANANATOMYANDPHYSIOLOGYI.4hours.BHumanAnatomyandPhysiologyIcoversthestructureandfunctionofthehumanbody.Includedisanorientationofthehumanbodybasicprinciplesofchemistryastudyofcellsandtissuesmetabolismjointstheintegumentaryskeletalmuscularandnervoussystemsandthesenses.Dissectionhistologicalstudiesandphysiologyarefeaturedinthelaboratoryexperience.A120minutelaboratoryisrequired.BIO202.HUMANANATOMYANDPHYSIOLOGYII.4hours.BHumanAnatomyandPhysiologyIIcoversthestructureandfunctionofthehumanbody.Includedisastudyofbasicnutritionbasicprinciplesofwaterelectrolyteandacid-basebalancetheendocrinerespiratorydigestiveexcretorycardiovascularlymphaticandreproductivesystems.Dissectionhistologicalstudiesandphysiologyarefeaturedinthelaboratoryexperience.A120minutelaboratoryisrequired.BIO220.GENERALMICROBIOLOGY.4hours.BRECOMMENDED4SEMESTERHOURSOFCHEMISTRY.Thiscourseincludeshistoricalperspectivescellstructureandfunctionmicrobialgeneticsinfectiousdiseasesimmunologydistributionphysiologycultureidentificationclassificationanddiseasecontrolofmicroorganisms.Thelaboratoryexperienceincludesmicrotechniquesdistributioncultureidentificationandcontrol.Two120minutelaboratoriesarerequired. Northeast116BIO230.HUMANPATHOPHYSIOLOGY.4hours.CPREREQUISITEBIO201BIO202ANDBIO220.HumanPathophysiologycoversthenatureetiologyprognosispreventionandtherapeuticsofhumandisease.A120minutelaboratoryisrequired.BUSINESSBUSBUS146.PERSONALFINANCE.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsRequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisasurveyoftopicsofinteresttotheconsumer.Topicsincludebudgetingfinancialinstitutionsbasicincometaxcreditconsumerprotectioninsurancehousepurchaseretirementplanningestateplanninginvestingandconsumerpurchases.BUS147.INTROTOFINANCE.3hours.CThiscourseisasurveyofmonetaryandcreditsystems.TopicsincludetheroleoftheFederalReserveSystemsourcesofcapitalincludingformsoflong-termcorporatefinancingandconsumercreditinthefinancialstructureofoureconomy.BUS175.RETAILING.3hours.CThiscourseisastudyoftheprinciplesandpracticesofretailing.Topicsincludeplanningpoliciesandproceduresofdistributionstoredesignlayoutandlocationtheeconomicandsocialroleofretailingcompetitivestrategiesandretailmanagement.BUS176.PROMOTIONALSTRATEGIES.3hours.CThiscourseprovidesanoverviewofthetoolsandtechniquesusedbybusinessesintheirpromotionalstrategies.Topicsincludevariablesaffectingpromotionaldecisioninformationneededtoaccessthesevariablesthestrengthsandlimitationsofmethodsandstrategiesandthefundamentalsofmanagerialdecisionmaking.BUS177.SALESMANSHIP.3hours.CThiscourseprovidesanintroductiontotheprinciplesandpracticesofethicalsalesmanship.Topicsincludeindustrialandretailsellingmethodsofmarketanalysisprofessionalsalesmanshipandsalesmethodsconsumertypesattitudesandbehavior.BUS178.PURCHASING.3hours.CThiscourseprovidesanoverviewoftheprinciplesofpurchasingforresale.Topicsincludebuyingtechniquesmarketbuyingsystemsfinancialmanagementofpurchasingdepartmentmarketinformationsystemsandproblemsconfrontingretailandwholesalebuyers.BUS186.ELEMENTSOFSUPERVISION.3hours.CThiscourseisanintroductiontothefundamentalsofsupervision.Topicsincludethefunctionsofmanagementresponsibilitiesofthesupervisormanagement-employeerelationsorganizationalstructureprojectmanagementandemployeetrainingandrating.BUS215.BUSINESSCOMMUNICATION.3hours.CThiscoursecoverswrittenoralandnonverbalcommunications.Topicsincludetheapplicationofcommunicationprinciplestotheproductionofclearcorrectandlogicallyorganizedfaxese-mailmemoslettersresumesreportsandotherbusinesscommunications.BUS241.PRINCIPLESOFACCOUNTINGI.3hours.BThiscourseisdesignedtoprovideabasictheoryofaccountingprinciplesandpracticesusedbyserviceandmerchandisingenterprises.Emphasisisplacedonfinancialaccountingincludingtheaccountingcycleandfinancialstatementpreparationanalysis.BUS242.PRINCIPLESOFACCOUNTINGII.3hours.CPREREQUISITEBUS241.ThiscourseisacontinuationofBUS241.Inadditiontoastudyoffinancialaccountingthiscoursealsoplacesemphasisuponmanagingaccountingwithcoverageofcorporationsstatementanalysisintroductorycostaccountinganduseofinformationforplanninganddecisionmaking.BUS246.ACCOUNTINGONTHEMICROCOMPUTER.3hours.C.PREREQUISITEBUS242.PrinciplesofAccountingII.Thiscourseutilizesthemicrocomputerinastudyofaccountingprinciplesandpractices.Emphasisisonthepreparationandanalysisoffinancialstatementsmeasuringbusinessactivitiesandmakingrationalbusinessdecisions.BUS263.THELEGALANDSOCIALENVIRONMENTOFBUSINESS.3hours.BThiscourseprovidesanoverviewofthelegalandsocialenvironmentforbusinessoperationswithemphasisoncontemporaryissuesandsubsequentimpactonbusiness.TopicsincludetheConstitutiontheBillofRightsthelegislativeprocesscivilandcriminallawadministeringagenciestraderegulationsconsumerprotectioncontractsemploymentandpersonalproperty.BUS271.BUSINESSSTATISTICSI.3hours.BPREREQUISITETwoyearsofhighschoolAlgebraIntermediateAlgebraMTH100orappropriatescoreonMathPlacementTest.Thisisanintroductorystudyofbasicstatisticalconceptsappliedtoeconomicandbusinessproblems.Topicsincludethecollectionclassificationandpresentationofdatastatisticaldescriptionandanalysisofdatameasuresofcentraltendencyanddispersionelementaryprobabilitysamplingestimationandintroductiontohypothesistesting.BUS272.BUSINESSSTATISTICSII.3hours.BPREREQUISITEBUS271.ThiscourseisacontinuationofBUS271.Topicsincludesamplingtheorystatisticalinterferenceregressionandcorrelationchisquareanalysisofvariancetimeseriesindexnumbersanddecisiontheory.BUS275.PRINCIPLESOFMANAGEMENT.3hours.BThiscourseprovidesabasicstudyoftheprinciplesofmanagement.Topicsincludeplanningorganizingstaffingdirectingandcontrollingwithemphasisonpracticalbusinessapplications.BUS276.HUMANRESOURCEMANAGEMENT.3hours.CThiscourseprovidesanoverviewoftheresponsibilitiesofthesupervisorofhumanresources.Topicsincludetheselectionplacementtestingorientationtrainingratingpromotionandtransferofemployees. Northeast117BUS279.SMALLBUSINESSMANAGEMENT.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseprovidesanoverviewofthecreationandoperationofasmallbusiness.Topicsincludebuyingafranchisestartingabusinessidentifyingcapitalresourcesunderstandingmarketsmanagingcustomercreditmanagingaccountingsystemsbudgetingsystemsinventorysystemspurchasinginsuranceandtheimportanceofappropriatelegalcounsel.BUS285.PRINCIPLESOFMARKETING.3hours.BThiscourseprovidesageneraloverviewofthefieldofmarketing.Topicsincludemarketingstrategieschannelsofdistributionmarketingresearchandconsumerbehavior.BUS296.BUSINESSINTERNSHIPI.3hours.CPREREQUISITEMinimum6semesterhourscompleted.MinimumGPA2.0Thistwo-coursesequenceallowsthestudenttoworkpart-timeonajobcloselyrelatedtohisorheracademicmajorwhileattendingclassesonafull-timebasis.Emphasisisplacedonastudentsworkexperienceasitintegratesacademicknowledgewithpracticalapplicationsinthebusinessenvironment.Thegradeisbasedonatermpaperjob-sitevisitsbytheinstructortheemployersevaluationofthestudentandthedevelopmentandassessmentbythestudentofalearningcontract.CHEMISTRYCHMCHM104.INTRODUCTIONTOINORGANICCHEMISTRY.4hours.APREREQUISITEMTH098orequivalentmathematicsplacementscore.ThisisasurveycourseofgeneralchemistryforstudentswhodonotintendtomajorinscienceorengineeringandmaynotbesubstitutedforCHM111.LecturewillemphasizethefactsprinciplesandtheoriesofgeneralchemistryincludingmathoperationsmatterandenergyatomicstructuresymbolsandformulasnomenclaturetheperiodictablebondingconceptsequationsreactionsstoichiometrygaslawsphasesofmattersolutionspHandequilibriumreactions.Laboratoryisrequired.CHM105.INTRODUCTIONTOORGANICCHEMISTRY.4hours.APREREQUISITECHM104orCHM111.Thisisasurveycourseoforganicchemistryandbiochemistryforstudentswhodonotintendtomajorinscienceorengineering.Topicswillincludebasicnomenclatureclassificationoforganiccompoundstypicalorganicreactionsreactionsinvolvedinlifeprocessesfunctionofbiomoleculesandthehandlinganddisposaloforganiccompounds.Laboratoryisrequired.CHM111.COLLEGECHEMISTRYI.4hours.APREREQUISITEMTH112orequivalentmathematicsplacementscore.Thisisthefirstcourseinatwo-semestersequencedesignedforthescienceorengineeringmajorwhoisexpectedtohaveastrongbackgroundinmathematics.Topicsinthiscourseincludemeasurementnomenclaturestoichiometryatomicstructureequationsandreactionsbasicconceptsofthermochemistrychemicalandphysicalpropertiesbondingmolecularstructuregaslawskinetic-moleculartheorycondensedmattersolutionscolloidsandsomedescriptivechemistrytopics.Laboratoryisrequired.CHM112.COLLEGECHEMISTRYII.4hours.APREREQUISITECHM111.Thisisthesecondcourseinatwo-semestersequencedesignedprimarilyforthescienceandengineeringstudentwhoisexpectedtohaveastrongbackgroundinmathematics.Topicsinthiscourseincludechemicalkineticchemicalequilibriaacidsandbasesionicequilibriaofweakelectrolytessolubilityproductprinciplechemicalthermodynamicselectrochemistryoxidation-reductionnuclearchemistryanintroductiontoorganicchemistryandbiochemistryatmosphericchemistryandselectedtopicsindescriptivechemistryincludingthemetalsnonmetalssemi-metalscoordinationcompoundstransitioncompoundsandpost-transitioncompounds.Laboratoryisrequired.CHM221.ORGANICCHEMISTRYI.4hours.BPREREQUISITECHM112.Thisisthefirstcourseinatwo-semestersequence.Topicsinthiscourseincludenomenclaturestructurephysicalandchemicalpropertiessynthesisandtypicalreactionsforaliphaticalicyclicandaromaticcompoundswithspecialemphasisonreactionsmechanismsspectroscopyandstereochemistry.Laboratoryisrequiredandwillincludethesynthesisandconfirmationofrepresentativeorganiccompoundswithemphasisonbasictechniques.CHM222.ORGANICCHEMISTRYII.4hours.BPREREQUISITECHM221.Thisisthesecondcourseinatwo-semestersequence.Topicsinthiscourseincludenomenclaturestructurephysicalandchemicalpropertiessynthesisandtypicalreactionsforaliphaticalicyclicaromaticandbiologicalcompoundspolymersandtheirderivativeswithspecialemphasisonreactionmechanismsspectroscopyandstereochemistry.Laboratoryisrequiredandwillincludethesynthesisandconfirmationrepresentativeorganiccompoundswithemphasisonbasictechniques.CHILDDEVELOPMENTCHDCHD100.INTRODUCTIONTOEARLYCAREANDEDUCATIONOFCHILDREN.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscourseintroducesthechildcareprofessionincludingthesixfunctionalareasoftheChildDevelopmentAssociateCDAcredential.Emphasisisplacedonusingpositiveguidancetechniquessettingupaclassroomandplanningaschedule.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletocreateandmodifychildrensenvironmentstomeetindividualneedsusepositiveguidancetodeveloppositiverelationshipswithchildrenandpromotechildrensself-esteemself-controlandself-motivation.CHD201.CHILDGROWTHANDDEVELOPMENTPRINCIPLES.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisasystematicstudyofchildgrowthanddevelopmentfromconceptionthroughearlychildhood.Emphasisisplacedonprinciplesunderlyingphysicalmentalemotionalandsocialdevelopmentandonmethodsofchildstudyandpracticalimplications.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletouseknowledgeofhowyoungchildrendifferintheirdevelopmentandapproachestolearning Northeast118toprovideopportunitiesthatsupportthephysicalsocialemotionallanguagecognitiveandaestheticdevelopmentofchildren.CHD202.CHILDRENSCREATIVEEXPERIENCES.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursefocusesonfosteringcreativityinpreschoolchildrenanddevelopingacreativeattitudeinteachers.Topicsincludeselectinganddevelopingcreativeexperiencesinlanguageartsmusicsciencemathandmovementwithobservationandparticipationwithyoungchildrenrequired.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoselectandimplementcreativeandage-appropriateexperiencesforyoungchildren.CHD203.CHILDRENSLITERATUREANDLANGUAGEDEVELOPMENT.1-3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursesurveysappropriateliteratureandlanguageartsdesignedtoenhanceyoungchildrensspeakinglisteningpre-readingandwritingskills.Emphasisisplacedondevelopmentalappropriatenessasrelatedtolanguage.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletocreateevaluateanddemonstrateactivitieswhichsupportalanguage-richenvironmentforyoungchildren.CHD204.METHODSANDMATERIALSFORTEACHINGCHILDREN.1-3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseintroducesbasicmethodsandmaterialsusedinteachingyoungchildren.Emphasisisplacedonstudentscompilingaprofessionalresourcefileofactivitiesusedforteachingmathlanguageartsscienceandsocialstudiesconcepts.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstratebasicmethodsofcreatinglearningexperiencesusingappropriatetechniquesmaterialsandrealisticexpectations.CHD205.PROGRAMPLANNINGFOREDUCATINGYOUNGCHILDREN.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisdesignedtogivestudentspracticeinlessonandunitplanningwritingbehavioralobjectivesandevaluatingactivitiestaughttoyoungchildren.Emphasisisplacedonidentifyingbasicaspectsofcognitivedevelopmentandhowchildrenlearn.Uponcompletionsstudentsshouldbeabletoplanandimplementdevelopmentallyappropriatecurriculumandinstructionalpracticesbasedonknowledgeofindividualdifferencesandthecurriculumgoalsandcontent.CHD206.CHILDRENSHEALTHANDSAFETY.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseintroducesbasichealthnutritionandsafetymanagementpracticesforyoungchildren.Emphasisisplacedonsettingupandmaintainingasafehealthyenvironmentforyoungchildrenincludingspecificproceduresforinfantsandtoddlersandproceduresregardingchildhoodillnessesandcommunicablediseases.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoprepareahealthysafeenvironmentplannutritiousmealsandsnacksanrecommendreferralsifnecessary.CHD208.ADMINISTRATIONOFCHILDDEVELOPMENTPROGRAMS.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseincludesappropriateadministrativepoliciesandproceduresrelevanttopreschoolprograms.Topicsincludelocalstateandfederalregulationsbudgetplanningrecordkeepingpersonnelpoliciesandparentinvolvement.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifyelementsofasoundbusinessplandevelopfamiliaritywithbasicrecordkeepingtechniquesandidentifyelementsofadevelopmentallyappropriateprogram.Coursemayincludepracticeinrecordkeeping.CHD209.INFANTANDTODDLEREDUCATIONPROGRAMS.1-3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursefocusesonchilddevelopmentfrominfancytothirtymonthsofagewithemphasisonplanningprogramsusingdevelopmentally-appropriatematerial.Emphasisisplacedonpositivewaystosupportaninfantssocialemotionalphysicalandintellectualdevelopment.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoplananinfant-toddlerprogramandenvironmentthatisappropriateandsupportiveofthefamiliesandthechildren.CHD210.EDUCATINGEXCEPTIONALYOUNGCHILDREN.1-3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseexploresthemanydifferenttypesofexceptionalitiesfoundinyoungchildren.Topicsincludespeechlanguagehearingandvisualimpairmentsgiftedandtalentedchildrenmentalretardationemotionbehavioralandneurologicalhandicaps.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifyappropriatestrategiesforworkingwithyoungexceptionalchildren.CHD211.CHILDDEVELOPMENTSEMINAR.1hour.PREREQUISITEAsdeterminedbycollegeThiscourseprovidesstudentswithknowledgeofavarietyofissuesandtrendsrelatedthechildcareprofession.Subjectmatterwillvaryaccordingtoindustryandstudentneeds.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodiscussspecialtopicsrelatedtocurrenttrendsandissuesinchilddevelopment.CHD212.SPECIALTOPICSINCHILDDEVELOPMENT.2hours.PREREQUISITEAsdeterminedbycollege.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithknowledgeofavarietyofissuesandtrendsrelatedthechildcareprofession.Subjectmatterwillvaryaccordingtoindustryandstudentneeds.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodiscussspecialtopicsrelatedtocurrenttrendsandissuesinchilddevelopment.CHD214.FAMILIESANDCOMMUNITIESINEARLYCAREANDEDUCATIONPROGRAMS.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsdeterminedbycollege.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithinformationaboutworkingwithdiversefamiliesandcommunities.Studentswillbeintroducedtofamilyandcommunitysettingstheimportanceofrelationshipswithchildrenandthepressingneedsoftodayssociety.Studentswillstudyandpracticetechniquesfordevelopingtheseimportantrelationshipsandeffectivecommunicationskills. Northeast119CHD215.SUPERVISEDPRACTICALEXPERIENCEINCHILDDEVELOPMENT.1-3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseprovidesaminimumof90hoursofhands-onsupervisedexperienceinanapprovedprogramforyoungchildren.Emphasisisplacedonperformanceofdailydutieswhichareassessedbythecollegeinstructorandthecooperatingteacher.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstratecompetencyinachildcaresetting.CHD217.MATHANDSCIENCEFORYOUNGCHILDREN.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsdeterminedbycollege.ThiscourseprovidesstudentswithinformationonchildrensconceptualdevelopmentandThefundamentalbasicconceptsofbothmathandscience.Studentslearnvarioustechniquesforplanningimplementingandevaluatingdevelopmentallyappropriateactivities.Studentswillalsolearnaboutintegratedcurriculum.CHD220.PARENTINGSKILLS.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsdeterminedbycollege.Thiscourseintroduceschildcareproviderstoimportantissuesinparentingeducationbeginningwithprenatalconcernsandcontinuingthroughchildhoodyears.Emphasisisplacedonusingeffectiveparentingandchildrearingpracticesincludingappropriateguidancemethods.Studentslearntoapplyparentingskillsfordiversefamilies.Uponcompletionstudentswillbemoreeffectiveinworkingwithfamiliesandyoungchildren.CHD221.FAMILYCHILDCARE.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseintroducesmethodsforprovidingadevelopmentallyappropriatechildcareprograminahomesettingtoincludeorganizinghomeenvironmentsestablishingadailyschedulewithchildrenofdifferentagesbuildingpartnershipswithparentsandhelpingchildrenlearnthroughplayetc.Aspecialinstructionaddressesfamilycareasasmallbusinessoperationwithemphasisbeingplacedonbudgetingandtaxrequirements.CHD224.SCHOOLAGECHILDCARE.1-3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thecoursedesignedforcaregiversteachersprovingforchildrenage5-12intheirafterschoolcareneeds.Thecourseprovidesinformationondevelopmentalprofilesdiscussesfamilyconcernsandincludesavarietyofactivitiesthatcaregiverscanadopttoprovideaneducationalandstimulatingprogram.COMPUTERSCIENCECISCOMPUTERSCIENCETECHNOLOGYCISCIS113.SPREADSHEETSOFTWAREAPPLICATIONS.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithhands-onexperienceusingspreadsheetsoftware.Studentswilldevelopskillscommontomostspreadsheetsoftwarebydevelopingawidevarietyofspreadsheets.Emphasisisonplanningdevelopingandeditingfunctionsassociatedwithspreadsheets.CIS146.MICROCOMPUTERAPPLICATIONS.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisanintroductiontothemostcommonmicrocomputersoftwareapplications.Thesesoftwarepackagesshouldincludetypicalfeaturesofapplicationssuchaswordprocessingspreadsheetsdatabasemanagementandpresentationsoftware.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletoutilizeselectedfeaturesofthesepackages.ThiscoursewillhelppreparestudentsfortheMOSandIC3certification.ThiscourseoranequivalentisCOREfortheAATandAASCISprograms.CIS147.ADVANCEDMICROAPPLICATIONS.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscourseisacontinuationofCIS146inwhichstudentsutilizetheadvancedfeaturesoftopicscoveredinCIS146.Advancedfunctionsandintegrationofwordprocessingspreadsheetsdatabaseandpresentationpackagesamongothertopicsaregenerallyincorporatedintothecourseandaretobeappliedtosituationsfoundinsocietyandbusiness.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoapplytheadvancedfeaturesofselectedsoftwareappropriatelytotypicalproblemsfoundinsocietyandbusiness.ThiscoursewillhelppreparestudentsfortheMOScertification.CIS149.INTRODUCTIONTOCOMPUTERS.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisanintroductiontocomputersandtheirimpactonsociety.Thecoursecoversthedevelopmentofcomputerstheirimpactonsocietyaswellasfutureimplicationsofdevelopmentofcomputerandrelatedcommunicationtechnologies.Thiscourseintroducesprogrammingandcomputeroperatingsystems.Uponcompletionstudentswillhavebasicknowledgeofcomputertechnologyandwillbeabletoperformbasicfunctionswithacomputersystem.ThecoursewillhelppreparestudentsfortheIC3certification.CIS150.INTRODUCTIONTOCOMPUTERLOGICANDPROGRAMMING.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseincludeslogicdesignandproblemsolvingtechniquesusedbyprogrammersandanalystsinaddressingandsolvingcommonprogrammingandcomputingproblems.Themostcommonlyusedtechniquesofflowchartsstructurechartsandpseudocodewillbecoveredandstudentswillbeexpectedtoapplythetechniquestodesignatedsituationsandproblems.ThisisaCOREcourse.CIS151.GRAPHICSFORTHEWORLDWIDEWEB.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscoursewillprovideanoverviewtothetheorytoolsandtechniquesnecessaryforcreatinghigh-qualitygraphicsusingdesignsoftwaretools.CIS160.MULTIMEDIAFORTHEWORLDWIDEWEB.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscoursecoverscontemporaryinteractivemultimediatechnologysystemsfocusingontypesapplicationsandtheoriesofoperation.Inadditiontothetheoreticalunderstandingofthemultimediatechnologiesstudentswilllearnhowtodigitizeandmanipulateimages Northeast120voiceandvideomaterialsincludingauthoringawebpageutilizingmultimediaCIS199.INTRODUCTIONTONETWORKINGCOMMUNICATIONS.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseisdesignedtointroducestudentstobasicconceptsofcomputernetworks.Emphasisisplacedonterminologyandtechnologyinvolvedinimplementingselectednetworkedsystems.Thecoursecoversvariousnetworkmodelstopologiescommunicationsprotocolstransmissionmedianetworkinghardwareandsoftwareandnetworktroubleshooting.Studentsgainhands-onexperienceinbasicnetworking.Thiscoursefurtherhelpspreparestudentsforcertification.CIS207.INTRODUCTIONTOWEBDEVELOPMENT.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.AttheconclusionofthiscoursestudentswillbeabletousespecifiedmarkuplanguagestodevelopbasicWebpages.CIS208.INTERMEDIATEWEBDEVELOPMENT.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.ThiscoursebuildsuponbasicskillsinWebauthoring.VariousWebauthoringtoolsareintroduced.UponcompletionstudentswillbeabletousethesetoolstoenhanceWebsites.CIS209.ADVANCEDWEBDEVELOPMENT.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.ThisisanadvancedWebdesigncourseemphasizingtheuseofscriptinglanguagestodevelopinteractiveWebsites.UponcompletionstudentswillbeabletocreatedatadrivenWebsites.ThiscoursehelpspreparestudentsfortheCertifiedInternetWebmasterCIWFoundationscertification.CIS212.VISUALBASICPROGRAMMING.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscourseemphasizesBASICprogrammingusingagraphicaluserinterface.Thecoursewillemphasizegraphicaluserinterfaceswithadditionaltopicsonsuchtopicsasadvancedfilehandlingtechniquessimulationandotherselectedareas.Uponcompletionthestudentwillbeabletodemonstrateknowledgeofthetopicsthroughthecompletionofprogrammingprojectsandappropriatetests.CIS223.THREEDIMENSIONALCOMPUTERMODELING.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseisastudyin3Dcomputermodelingand3Dpaintingbeginningwithprimitiveshapesandcreatingcompelling3Dobjectsforuseinmodellibrariesgamesprintmaterialwebsitesvisualsimulationandarchitecturalapplications.Powerfuloperationsformodelingand3Dpaintingareincorporatedintoaninterfacethatissimpleandintuitivetouse.CIS224.THREEDIMENSIONALCOMPUTERANIMATION.3hours.CPREREQUISITECIS223.ThreeDimensionalComputerModeling.Thiscourseisastudyin3Dcomputeranimation.Coursecontentsincludeareviewof3Dmodelingrenderingthe3Danimationscompositingandspecialeffectsforbothvideoanddigitaleditingvideoandfilmrecordingstoryboardingandsounddesigntechnicaltestingandproductionestimatesandscheduling.CIS246.ETHICALHACKING.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseemphasizesscanningtestingandsecuringcomputersystems.Thelab-intensiveenvironmentprovidesopportunitiestounderstandhowperimeterdefensesworkandhowhackersareabletocompromiseinformationsystems.Withawarenessofhackingstrategiesstudentslearntocounteractthoseattemptsinanethicalmanner.CIS251.CPROGRAMMING.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscourseisanintroductiontotheCprogramminglanguageincludingobjectorientedprogramming.Topicsincludeproblemsolvinganddesigncontrolstructuresobjectsandeventsuserinterfaceconstructionanddocumentandprogramtesting.CIS268.SOFTWARESUPPORT.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithhands-onpracticalexperienceininstallingcomputersoftwareoperatingsystemsandtroubleshooting.TheclasswillhelptoprepareparticipantsfortheACertificationsponsoredbyCompTIA.CIS269.HARDWARESUPPORT.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithhands-onpracticalexperienceininstallationandtroubleshootingcomputerhardware.TheclasswillhelptoprepareparticipantsfortheACertificationsponsoredbyCompTIA.CIS276.SERVERADMINISTRATION.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseintroducesnetworkoperatingsystemadministration.Topicsincludedinthiscoursearenetworkoperatingsystemsoftwareinstallationadministrationmonitoringandmaintenanceusergroupandcomputeraccountmanagementsharedresourcemanagementandserverhardwaremanagement.Studentsgainhands-onexperienceinmanagingandmaintaininganetworkoperatingsystemenvironment.CIS270.CISCOI.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.ThiscourseisthefirstpartofafourpartcurriculumleadingtoCISCOCertifiedNetworkAssociateCCNAcertification.ThecontentofthiscourseisbasedoncurrentrequirementsfromtheCISCONetworkingAcademycertificationstandards.CIS271.CISCOII3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.ThiscourseisthesecondpartofafourpartcurriculumleadingtoCISCOCertifiedNetworkAssociateCCNAcertification.ThecontentofthiscourseisbasedoncurrentrequirementsfromtheCISCONetworkingAcademycertificationstandards.CIS280.NETWORKSECURITY.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseprovidesastudyofthreatstonetworksecurityandmethodsofsecuringacomputernetworkfromsuchthreats.Topicsincludedinthiscoursearesecurityrisksintrusiondetectionandmethodsofsecuringauthenticationnetworkaccessremoteaccess Northeast121Webaccessandwiredandwirelessnetworkcommunications.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletoidentifysecurityrisksanddescribeappropriatecountermeasures.CIS282.COMPUTERFORENSICS.3hours.Thiscourseintroducesstudentstomethodsofcomputerforensicsandinvestigations.ThiscoursehelpspreparestudentsfortheInternationalAssociationofComputerInvestigativeSpecialistsIACIScertification.CIS285.OBJECTORIENTEDPROGRAMMING.3hours.BPREREQUISITECIS251Thiscourseisaadvancedobject-orientedprogrammingcourseandcoversadvancedprogramdevelopmenttechniquesandconceptsinthecontextofanobject-orientedlanguagesuchasCorJava.Subjectmatterincludesobject-orientedanalysisanddesignencapsulationinheritancepolymorphismoperatorandfunctionoverloadinginformationhidingabstractdatatypesreusedynamicmemoryallocationandfilemanipulation.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodevelopahierarchicalclassstructurenecessarytotheimplementationofanobject-orientedsoftwaresystem.CIS288.SPECIALTOPICSINNETWORKING.1hour.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidestudentopportunitiestodevelopskillsinnetworking.Specificcourseapplicationwillbedeterminedbytheinstructor.CIS299.DIRECTEDSTUDIESINCOMPUTERSCIENCE.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseallowsindependentstudyunderthedirectionofaninstructor.Topicstobeincludedinthecoursematerialwillbeapprovedbytheinstructorpriortooratthebeginningoftheclass.Uponcompletionthestudentwillbeabletodemonstrateknowledgeofthetopicsasspecifiedbytheinstructor.COSMETOLOGYCOSCOS111.INTRODUCTIONTOCOSMETOLOGY.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS112andorasrequiredbyprogram.Inthiscoursestudentsareprovidedastudyofpersonalandprofessionalimageethicalconductsanitationhairstylingandnailcare.Topicsincludepersonalandprofessionaldevelopmentbacteriologydecontaminationinfectioncontroldrapingshampooingconditioninghairshapingandhairstyling.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplysafetyrulesandregulationsandwriteproceduresforskillsidentifiedinthiscourse.NDCCORECOS112.INTRODUCTIONTOCOSMETOLOGYLAB.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS111andorasrequiredbyprogram.Inthiscoursestudentsareprovidedthepracticalexperienceforsanitationshampooinghairshapinghairstylingandnailcare.Emphasisisplacedonsterilizationshampooinghairshapinghairstylingmanicuringandpedicuring.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoperformsafetyandsanitaryprecautionsshampooinghairshapinghairstylingandnailcareprocedures.NDCCORECOS113.THEORYOFCHEMICALSERVICES.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS114andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursefocusesonthetheoryofhairandscalpdisorderspermanentwavingchemicalrelaxersandthecompositionofthehair.Topicsincludedisordersandanalysisofthescalpandhairpermanentwavingchemicalhairrelaxingandsoftcurling.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletowriteproceduresforpermanentwavingandchemicalrelaxingidentifythecompositionofthehairsafetyandsanitaryprecautionsandstepsforscalpandhairanalysisaswellasthedisorders.NDCCORECOS114.CHEMICALSERVICESLAB.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS113andorasrequiredbyprogram.Inthiscoursestudentsareprovidedthepracticalexperienceofpermanentwavingchemicalrelaxingandhairanalysis.Topicsincludepermanentwavingchemicalrelaxingsoftcurlandscalpandhairanalysis.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoanalyzethescalpandhairandperformthesechemicalservicesusingsafetyandsanitaryprecautions.NDCCORECOS115.HAIRCOLORINGTHEORY.3hoursPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS116andorasrequiredbyprogram.Inthiscoursestudentslearnthetechniquesofhaircoloringandhairlightening.Emphasisisplacedoncolorapplicationlawslevelsandclassificationsofcolorandproblemsolving.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoidentifyallphasesofhaircoloringandtheeffectsofthehair.NDCCORECOS116.HAIRCOLORINGLAB.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS115andorasrequiredbyprogram.Inthiscoursestudentsapplyhaircoloringandhairlighteningtechniques.Topicsincludeconsultationhairanalysisskintestandproceduresandapplicationsofallphasesofhaircoloringandlightening.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoperformproceduresforhaircoloringandhairlightening.NDCCORECOS117.BASICSPATECHNIQUES.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS118andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisthestudyofcosmeticproductsmassageskincareandhairremovalaswellasidentifyingthestructureandfunctionofvarioussystemsofthebody.Topicsincludemassageskinanalysisskinstructurediseaseanddisorderlighttherapyfacialsfacialcosmeticsanatomyandhairremoval.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletostateproceduresforanalysislighttherapyfacialshairremovalandidentifythestructuresfunctionsanddisordersoftheskin.NDCCORE Northeast122COS118.BASICSPATECHNIQUESLAB.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS117andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseprovidespracticalapplicationsrelatedtothecareoftheskinandrelatedstructure.Emphasisisplacedonfacialtreatmentsproductapplicationskinanalysismassagetechniquesfacialmake-upandhairremoval.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoprepareclientsassemblesanitizedmaterialsfollowproceduresforproductapplicationrecognizeskindisordersdemonstratefacialmassagemovementcosmeticapplicationandhairremovalusingsafetyandsanitaryprecautions.NDCCORECOS123.COSMETOLOGYSALONPRACTICES.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisdesignedtoallowstudentstopracticeallphasesofcosmetologyinasalonsetting.Emphasisisplacedonprofessionalismreceptionistdutieshairstylinghairshapingchemicalandnailandskinservicesforclients.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstrateprofessionalismandtheproceduresofcosmetologyinasalonsetting.NDCCOS143.SPECIALTYHAIRPREPARATIONTECHNIQUES.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursefocusesonthetheoryandpracticeofhairdesigning.Topicsincludecreatingstylesusingbasicandadvancedtechniquesofbackcombingupsweepsandbraiding.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstratethetechniquesandproceduresforhairdesigning.NDCCOS144.HAIRSHAPINGANDDESIGN.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Inthiscoursestudentslearntheartandtechniquesofhairshaping.Topicsincludehairsectioningcorrectuseofhairshapingimplementsandelevationsusedtocreatedesignlines.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstratethetechniquesandproceduresforcreatinghairdesigns.NDCCOS151.NAILCARE.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS152andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursefocusesonallaspectsofnailcare.Topicsincludesalonconductprofessionalethicssanitationnailstructuremanicuringpedicuringnaildisordersandanatomyandphysiologyofthearmandhand.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstrateprofessionalconductrecognizenaildisordersanddiseasesandidentifytheproceduresforsanitationandnailcareservices.NDCCOS152.NAILCAREAPPLICATIONS.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS151andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseprovidespracticeinallaspectsofnailcare.Topicsincludesalonconductprofessionalethicsbacteriologysanitationandsafetymanicuringandpedicuring.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoperformnailcareprocedures.NDCCOS153.NAILART.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS154andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursefocusesonadvancednailtechniques.Topicsincludeacrylicgelfiberglassnailsandnailart.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoidentifythedifferenttypesofsculpturednailsandrecognizethedifferenttechniquesofnailart.NDCCOS154.NAILARTAPPLICATIONS.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITECOS153andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseprovidespracticeinadvancednailtechniques.Topicsincludeacrylicgelfiberglassnailsandnailart.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoperformtheproceduresfornailsculpturingandnailart.NDCCOS167.STATEBOARDREVIEW.1-3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Studentsareprovidedacompletereviewofallproceduresandpracticalskillspertainingtotheirtrainingintheprogram.UponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstratethepracticalskillsnecessarytocompletesuccessfullytherequiredStateBoardofCosmetologyexaminationandentry-levelemployment.COS168.BACTERIOLOGYANDSANITATION.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Inthisskincarecourseemphasisisplacedonthedecontaminationinfectioncontrolandsafetypracticedintheestheticsfacility.Topicscoveredincludedemonstrationofsanitationsterilizationmethodsandbacterialprevention.Uponcompletionthestudentwillbeabletoproperlysanitizefacialimplementsandidentifynon-reusableitems.NDC.COS181-182.SPECIALTOPICS.3hoursPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thesecoursesprovideforinstructionuniquetovariousareasofthecosmetologyindustry.Emphasisisonmeetingindividualstudentneeds.COS190.INTERNSHIPINCOSMETOLOGY.1-3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovideexposuretocosmetologypracticesinnon-employmentsituations.Emphasisisondependabilityattitudeprofessionaljudgmentandpracticalcosmetologyskills.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldhavegainedskillsnecessaryforentry-levelemployment.NDCCRIMINALJUSTICECRJCRJ100.INTRODUCTIONTOCRIMINALJUSTICE.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursesurveystheentirecriminaljusticeprocessfromlawenforcementtotheadministrationofjusticethroughcorrections.Itdiscussesthehistoryandphilosophyofthesystemandintroducesvariouscareeropportunities. Northeast123CRJ110.INTRODUCTIONTOLAWENFORCEMENT.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseexaminesthehistoryandphilosophyoflawenforcementaswellastheorganizationandjurisdictionoflocalstateandfederalagencies.Itincludesthedutiesandfunctionsoflawenforcementofficers.CRJ140.CRIMINALLAWANDPROCEDURE.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseexaminesbothsubstantiveandprocedurallaw.ThelegalelementsofvariouscrimesarediscussedwithemphasisplacedonthecontentsoftheAlabamaCode.Areasofcriminalprocedureessentialtothecriminaljusticeprofessionarealsocovered.CRJ146.CRIMINALEVIDENCE.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseconsiderstheoriginsofthelawofevidenceandcurrentrulesofevidence.Typesofevidencetheirdefinitionsandusesarecoveredaswellasthefunctionsofthecourtregardingevidence.CRJ150.INTRODUCTIONTOCORRECTIONS.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscourseprovidesanintroductiontothephilosophicalandhistoricalfoundationsofcorrectionsinAmerica.Incarcerationandsomeofitsalternativesareconsidered.CRJ160.INTRODUCTIONTOSECURITY.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursesurveystheoperationorganizationandproblemsinprovidingsafetyandsecuritytobusinessenterprises.Privateretailandindustrialsecurityarecovered.CRJ208.INTRODUCTIONTOCRIMINOLOGY.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscoursedelvesintothenatureandextentofcrimeintheUnitedStatesaswellascriminaldelinquentbehaviorandtheoriesofcausation.Thisstudyincludescriminalpersonalitiesprinciplesofpreventioncontrolandtreatment.CRJ209.JUVENILEDELINQUENCY.3hours.BPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseexaminesthecausesofdelinquency.Italsoreviewsprogramsofpreventionandcontrolofjuveniledelinquencyaswellastheroleofthecourts.CRJ227.HOMICIDEINVESTIGATION.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursecoverstheprinciplestechniquesandstrategiesofhomicideinvestigation.Topicsemphasizedincludeballisticspathologytoxicologyimmunologyjurisprudenceandpsychiatry.CRJ230.CRIMINALISTICS.3hours.CThiscoursesurveysthedifferenttechniquesofscientificinvestigation.EmphasisisgiventoballisticsphotographyfingerprintsDNAtraceevidencebodyfluidscastsandthelike.CRJ238.CRIMESCENEINVESTIGATION.3hours.Thiscourseexaminesthefundamentalsofcrimesceneinvestigation.Measuringandsketchingthescenephotographyevidencecollectionandpreservationandcourtroomproceduresareconsidered.CRJ280.INTERNSHIPINCRIMINALJUSTICE.3hours.CThiscourseinvolvespracticalexperiencewithacriminaljusticeagencyunderfacultysupervision.Permissionoftheinstructorisrequired.Thiscoursemayberepeatedwiththeapprovalofthedepartmenthead.CRJ290.SELECTEDTOPICSSEMINARINCRIMINALJUSTICE.1-3hours.CThiscourseinvolvesreadingresearchwritinganddiscussionofselectedsubjectstocriminaljustice.Variouscontemporaryproblemsincriminaljusticeareanalyzed.Thiscoursemayberepeatedwithapprovalfromthedepartmenthead.DRAFTINGDESIGNTECHNOLOGYCOMPUTERAIDEDDRAFTINGPROGRAMDDTDDT104.BASICCOMPUTERAIDEDDRAFTINGANDDESIGN.3hours.ThiscourseprovidesanintroductiontobasicComputerAidedDraftingandDesignCADDfunctionsandtechniquesusinghandsonapplications.TopicsincludeterminologyhardwarebasicCADDandoperatingsystemfunctionsfilemanipulationandbasicCADDsoftwareapplicationsinproducingsoftcopyandhardcopy.ThisisaCOREcourse.DDT111.FUNDAMENTALSOFDRAFTINGANDDESIGNTECHNOLOGY.3hours.Thiscourseservesasanintroductiontothefieldofdraftinganddesignandprovidesafoundationfortheentirecurriculum.Topicsincludesafetyletteringtoolsandequipmentgeometricconstructionsandorthographicsketching.ThisisaCOREcourse.DDT113.BLUEPRINTREADING3hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithbasicblueprintreadingskillsforvariousapplications.Topicsincludetermsdefinitionsandabbreviationsorthographicprojectiondimensionsandtoleranceslinesandsymbolsindustrialapplicationscalesmultiviewprojectionsspecificationsnoteselevationssectionsdetailsandschedules.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletointerpretblueprintdrawingsinvariousformats.DDT117.MANUFACTURINGPROCESSES3hours.Thiscourseinmaterialsandprocessesincludestheprinciplesandmethodologyofmaterialselectionapplicationandmanufacturingprocesses.Emphasisisdirectedtosolidstoincludematerialcharacteristicscastingsforginganddieassemblies.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodiscussandunderstandthesignificanceofmaterialspropertiesstructurebasicmanufacturingprocessesandexpressandinterpretmaterialspecifications. Northeast124DDT124.BASICTECHNICALDRAWING.3hours.PREREQUISITESDDT104DDT111.Thiscoursecoverssectionsauxiliaryviewsandbasicspacegeometry.Emphasiswillbeplacedonthetheoryaswellasthemechanicsofapplyingsectionsbasicdimensioningauxiliaryviewsandbasicspacegeometry.ThisisaCOREcourse.DDT127.INTERMEDIATECOMPUTERAIDEDDRAFTINGANDDESIGN.3hours.PREREQUISITESDDT104DDT111.Thiscoursecoversintermediate-levelconceptsandapplicationsofCADD.Emphasiswillbeplacedonintermediate-levelfeaturescommandsandapplicationsofCADDsoftware.ThisisaCOREcourse.DDT128.INTERMEDIATETECHNICALDRAWING.3hours.PREREQUISITESDDT124DDT127.Thiscourseisdesignedtodevelopastrongfoundationincommondraftinganddesignpracticesandprocedures.Topicsincludemulti-viewworkingdrawingswithadvanceddimensioningbasictolerancingandpictorialdrawings.ThisisaCOREcourse.DDT144.BASIC3DMODELING3hours.PREQUISITESDDT124DDT127.Thiscourseisanintroductionto3Dsolidmodelingtechniquesutilizingfeature-basedconstraint-basedparametricdesign.Thiscourseencouragesthestudenttovisualizepartsinthe3Dworldandhaveadesignintentplanforeachpartinwhichtheywilldesign.Uponcompletionofthecoursestudentsshouldbeabletocreatebasic3Dmodelsand2Dworkingdrawings.DDT193.DRAFTINGINTERNSHIP.3hours.PREREQUISITEAdvisorapproval.Thiscourseislimitedtothosewhoareinvolvedinastructuredemploymentsituationthatisdirectlyrelatedtothefieldofdraftinganddesignandiscoordinatedwiththedraftinginstructor.Thestudentmustspendatleast15hoursperweekinanactivityplannedandcoordinatedjointlybytheinstructorandtheemployer.Uponcompletionthestudentwillhavegainedvaluableworkexperienceinawell-plannedcoordinatedtrainingworksituation.DDT220.ADVANCEDTECHNICALDRAWING.3hours.PREREQUISITESDDT144DDT128.Thiscoursecoversthemethodsofprovidingsizedescriptionandmanufacturinginformationforproductiondrawings.EmphasiswillbeplacedonaccepteddimensioningandtolerancingpracticesincludingGeometricDimensioningandTolerancingforboththeCustomaryEnglishSystemandtheISOSystem.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplydimensionstolerancesandnotestodrawingstoacceptablestandardsincludingGeometricDimensioningandTolerancingandproducedrawingsusingandspecifyingcommonthreadsandvariousfastenersincludingweldingmethods.DDT225.STRUCTURALSTEELDRAFTING.3hours.PREREQUISITESDDT144DDT128.Thiscoursecoversthetheoryandpracticalapplicationsnecessarytounderstandthebasicdesignandterminologyofstructuralsteelcomponentsusedinlightcommercialbuildings.Emphasisisplacedonstructuralsteeltechniquesboltedandweldingconnectionsframingplanssectionsfabricationandconnectiondetailsandbillsofmaterial.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoproduceengineeringandshopdrawingsincorporatingstandardsshapessizesanddetailsusingtheA.I.S.C.Manualandincorporatingsafetypractices.DDT231.ADVANCEDCAD.3hours.PREREQUISITESDDT144DDT128.ThiscourseallowsthestudenttoplanexecuteandpresentresultsofindividualprojectsinAdvancedCADtopics.EmphasisisplacedonenhancingskillattainmentinAdvancedCADskillsets.Thestudentwillbeabletodemonstrateandapplycompetenciesidentifiedandagreeduponbetweenthestudentandinstructor.DDT233.INTERMEDIATE3DMODELING.3hours.PREREQUISITESDDT144DDT128.Thiscourseemphasizesthemoreadvancedtechniquesin3Dsolidmodeling.Itcoversadvancedfeaturesofpartcreationparteditingandanalysis.Sometechniquesthatwillbediscussedareloftingsweepingsheetmetalpartcreationinterferencecheckingandstressanalysis.Uponcompletionofthecoursestudentsshouldbeabletocreateadvanced3Dmodelsandperformstressanalysisinterferencechecking.DDT236.DESIGNPROJECT.3hours.PREREQUISITEAdvisorapproval.Thiscourseallowsthestudenttoplanexecuteandpresentresultsofanindividualdesignproject.EmphasisisplacedonattainmentofskillsrelatedtoaprojectagreeduponbytheInstructorandstudent.Thestudentwillbeabletodemonstrateandapplycompetenciesidentifiedandagreeduponbetweenthestudentandinstructor.DDT239.INDEPENDENTSTUDIES.3hours.PREREQUISITEAdvisorapproval.Thiscourseprovidespracticalapplicationofpriorattainedskillsandexperiencesasselectedbytheinstructorfortheindividualstudent.Emphasisisplacedonapplyingknowledgefrompriorcoursestowardthesolutionofindividualdraftinganddesignproblems.Withcompletionofthiscoursethestudentwilldemonstratetheapplicationofpreviouslyattainedskillsandknowledgeinthesolutionoftypicaldraftingapplicationsandproblems.ECONOMICSECOECO231.PRINCIPLESOFMACROECONOMICS.3hours.AThiscourseisanintroductiontomacroeconomictheoryanalysisandpolicyapplications.Topicsincludethefollowingscarcitydemandandsupplynationalincomeanalysismajoreconomictheoriesconcerningmonetaryandfiscalpoliciesasstabilizationmeasuresthebankingsystemandothereconomicissuesorproblemsincludinginternationaltrade.ECO232.PRINCIPLESOFMICROECONOMICS.3hours.AThiscourseisanintroductionofthemicroeconomictheoryanalysisandapplications.Topicsincludescarcitythetheoriesofconsumerbehaviorproductionandcostmarketsoutputandresourcepricingandinternationalaspectsofmicroeconomics. Northeast125ELECTRICALTECHNOLOGYELTELT114.RESIDENTIALWIRINGI.3hours.ThiscourseisastudyofresidentialwiringpracticesandmethodstheNECrequirementsandresidentialblueprintinterpretations.ELT114andELT115maybetakenintheplaceofELT116.ELT115.RESIDENTIALWIRINGII.3hours.ThiscourseisastudyofresidentialwiringpracticesandmethodstheNECrequirementsandresidentialblueprintinterpretations.ELT114andELT115maybetakenintheplaceofELT116.ELT116.RESIDENTIALWIRING.6hours.ThiscourseisastudyofresidentialwiringpracticesandmethodstheNECrequirementsandresidentialblueprintinterpretations.ELT116maybetakenintheplaceofELT114andELT115.EMERGENCYMEDICALSERVICESEMSEMS100.CARDIOPULMONARYRESUSCITATIONI.1hour.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithconceptsasrelatedtoareasofbasiclifesupporttoincludecoronaryarterydiseaseprudentheartlivingsymptomsofheartattackadultone-and-tworescuerCPRfirstaidforchokingpediatricbasiclifesupportairwayadjunctsEMSsystementryaccessautomatedexternaldefibrillationAEDandspecialsituationsforCPR.Uponcoursecompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifysituationsrequiringactionrelatedtoheartorbreathingconditionsandeffectivelyimplementappropriatemanagementforeachcondition.Studentssuccessfullycompletingthiscoursewillreceiveappropriatedocumentationofcoursecompletion.EMS101.CARDIOPULMONARYRESUSCITATIONII.1hour.PREREQUISITEEMS100orprogramapproval.ThiscourseprovidesstudentswithareviewofconceptslearnedinEMS-100.Inadditionthecourseprovidesthestudentwiththeoryandapplicationofairwayadjunctsasutilizedwithairwayobstructionandmaintenanceaswellasrespiratoryandcardiacarrest.Assessmentandmanagementofacuteischemicstrokewillalsobeincluded.Uponcoursecompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifysituationsrequiringactionrelatedtoheartorbreathingconditionsandeffectivelyimplementappropriatemanagementfortheseconditions.Studentssuccessfullycompletingthiscoursewillreceiveappropriatedocumentationofcoursecompletion.EMS103.FIRSTAIDCPR.-1HOUR.ThiscourseprovidesastudyofbasicfirstaidandcardiopulmonaryresuscitationCPR.StudentswillbeabletoperformbasicfirstaidandCPRtechniques.UponcompletionthestudentwillbeeligibleforCPRcertificationtesting.ThiscoursedoesnotsatisfytherequirementsforNursingEmergencyMedicalServicesMedicalAssistantandAlliedHealthprograms.EMS105.EMERGENCYMEDICALRESPONDER.3hours.ThiscourseprovidestheoryinemergencyproceduresascontainedinthecurrentNationalStandardsTrainingCurriculumNSTCfortheFirstResponder.Thecourseisanintroductiontotheemergencymedicalservicessystemandprovidesfundamentalsforstudentstoimprovethequalityofemergencycareprovidedasthefirstpersontoanemergencysceneuntilemergencymedicalservicesarrive.CompletionofspecificstudentcompetenciesasoutlinedinthecurrentNSTCfortheFirstResponderisrequiredforsuccessfulcoursecompletion.EMS106.MEDICALTERMINOLOGYFORHEALTHPROFESSIONS.2hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithasurveyofwordstermsanddescriptionscommonlyusedinhealthrelatedprofessions.Thecourseincludesspellingpronunciationandmeaningofprefixessuffixesrootsandterms.Studentsmayhavetheopportunitytoutilizecomputerassistedinstructionforlearningvariousmedicalterms.Uponcoursecompletionstudentsshouldhavetheknowledgetoassociateavarietyofmedicaltermswiththeirmeaningandutilizemedicaltermstoeffectivelycommunicatewithotherhealthprofessionals.EMS107.EMERGENCYVEHICLEOPERATORAMBULANCE.1hour.PREREQUISITEMustpresentavaliddriverslicenseandprogramapproval.TheEmergencyVehicleOperatorCourse-AmbulanceprovidesthestudentwithtrainingascontainedinthecurrentNationalStandardTrainingCurriculumNSTCfortheEmergencyVehicleOperatorCourseEVOCAmbulance.Thecourseprovidestheknowledgeandskillpracticenecessaryforindividualstolearnhowtosafelyoperatealltypesofambulances.TopicsincludeintroductiontotheNSTCforambulanceoperatorslegalaspectsofambulanceoperationcommunicationandreportingrolesandresponsibilitiesambulancetypesandoperationambulanceinspectionmaintenanceandrepairnavigationandrouteplanningbasicmaneuversandnormaloperatingsituationsoperationsinemergencymodeandunusualsituationsspecialconsiderationsinsafetyandtherun.CompletionofspecificstudentcompetenciesutilizingNSTCguidelinesarerequiredforsuccessfulcompletionofthiscourse.NOTEToqualifyforlicensurestatusasanambulancedriverintheStateofAlabamastudentsmustsuccessfullycompletethiscourseandmeetadditionalrequirementsasrequiredbytheAlabamaDepartmentofPublicHealth.EMS108.DIRECTEDSTUDIESINEMSI.1hour.ThiscourseoffersindependentstudyorcomputerassistedinstructionunderfacultysupervisionandortheoryinanEMSsubjectrelevanttothestudentsinterestandneed.Specificcognitivecompetenciesrequiredbythestudentaredefinedinwritingatthefirstclassperiod.EMS113.INFECTIONCONTROLFORHEALTHPROFESSIONS.1hour.Thiscourseisdesignedforstudentsplanningtoenterahealthrelatedfieldofstudyorpublicserviceoccupations.Thecoursefocusesonthesourcesofcommunicablediseasesanddescribesmethodsforpreventionoftransmissionofbloodborneandairbornepathogens.Topicsincludepreventionuniversalprecautionsbody-substanceisolationandasepsisimmunizationexposurecontroldisposallabelingtransmissionexposuredeterminationpost-exposurereportingandanexposurecontrolplan.ThecourseistaughtfollowingcurrentguidelinessetforthbytheOccupationalSafetyandHealthAdministrationOSHA.Uponcoursecompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoparticipateintheclinicalsettingidentifypotentialsourcesofbloodborneandairbornepathogensanduseappropriateuniversalprecautions. Northeast126EMS118.EMERGENCYMEDICALTECHNICIAN.9hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITEEMS119EmergencyMedicalTechnicianClinical.ThiscourseisrequiredtoapplyforcertificationasanEmergencyMedicalTechnician.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithinsightsintothetheoryandapplicationofconceptsrelatedtotheprofessionofemergencymedicalservices.SpecifictopicsincludeEMSpreparatoryairwaymaintenancepatientassessmentmanagementoftraumapatientsmanagementofmedicalpatientstreatinginfantsandchildrenandvariousEMSoperations.ThiscourseisbasedontheNHTSNationalEmergencyMedicalServicesEducationStandards.EMS119.EMERGENCYMEDICALTECHNICIANCLINICAL.1hour.PREREQUISITEEMS106.ThiscourseisrequiredtoapplyforcertificationasanEMT.ThiscourseprovidesstudentswithclinicaleducationexperiencestoenhanceknowledgeandskillslearnedintheEMS118EmergencyMedicalTechnicianTheoryandLab.ThiscoursehelpsstudentspreparefortheNationalRegistryExam.ForstudentswhohavenotyettakenEMS106EMS119andEMS106canbetakenduringthesamesemester.EMS120.VEHICLEEXTRICATION.2hours.PREREQUISITEProgramapproval.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswiththeoryinthedevelopmentofconceptsrelatedtotheremovalofpersonsfromdamagedvehicles.Topicsincludegainingaccessstabilizationpackagingpatientremovalandbasichazardoussituations.Uponcoursecompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoeffectivelyextricateapersonfromawreckedvehicle.EMS125.HIGHANGLERESCUEI.2hours.PREREQUISITEProgramapproval.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswiththeoryintheintroductiontohighanglerescuetechniques.Topicsincludethehighangleenvironmentequipmentandprotectioncareanduseofropeandrelatedequipmentknotsrappellingandascendingtechniquesandintroductiontorescuetechniques.Uponcoursecompletionstudentsshouldhaveanunderstandinginthebasictechniquesofhighanglerescue.EMS126.HIGHANGLERESCUEII.2hours.PREREQUISITEEMS125orprogramapproval.ThiscourseisacontinuationandreviewofEMS125andprovidesstudentswiththeoryinrescuetechniquesutilizedinroperescue.Topicsincludeonepersonrescuetechniquesslopeevacuationhighangleloweringhaulingsystemshighlinesandevacuationoperations.Uponcoursecompletionstudentsshouldhaveanunderstandingofhowtoapproachahighanglerescueutilizingvariousriggingtechniques.EMS155.EMSADVANCEDTHEORYANDLAB.8hours.PREREQUISITEEMS106andAlabamaEMTLicense.ThiscourseisrequiredtoapplyforcertificationasanAdvancedEMT.ThiscourseprovidesstudentswithinsightsintothetheoryandapplicationofconceptsrelatedtotheAdvancedEMTlevelofemergencymedicalservices.SpecifictopicsincludeEMSpreparatoryairwaymaintenancepharmacologypatientassessmenttreatingtraumapatientsvariousmedicalprocedurestreatinginfantsandchildrenandvariousEMSoperations.ThiscourseisbasedontheNationalEmergencyMedicalServicesEducationStandardsfortheAdvancedEmergencyMedicalTechnician.ForstudentswhohavenotyettakenEMS106EMS155andEMS106canbetakenduringthesamesemester.EMS156.EMSADVANCEDCLINICAL.2hours.ThiscourseisrequiredtoapplyforcertificationasanAdvancedEMT.ThiscourseprovidesstudentswithclinicaleducationexperiencestoenhanceknowledgeandskillslearnedinEMS155AdvancedEMSTheoryandLab.ThiscoursehelpsstudentspreparefortheNationalRegistryExam.EMS240.PARAMEDICOPERATIONS.2hours.PREREQUISITEBIO201orEMS106.COREQUISITESEMS241242243and244.Thiscoursefocusesontheoperationalknowledgeandskillsneededforsafeandeffectivepatientcarewithintheparamedicsscopeofpractice.Contentareasincluderesearchparamedicrolesandresponsibilitieswell-beingoftheparamedicillnessandinjurypreventionmedical-legal-ethicalissuestherapeuticcommunicationsmedicalterminologylifespandevelopmentambulanceoperationsmedicalincidentcommandrescueawarenessandoperationshazardousmaterialsincidentscrimesceneawarenessandAlabamaEMSlawsandrules.IfastudenthasnotyettakenEMS106heorshemaytakeitduringthesamesemesterasEMS240.EMS241.PARAMEDICCARDIOLOGY.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITESEMS240242243and244.Thiscourseintroducesthecardiovascularsystemcardiovascularelectrophysiologyandelectrocardiographicmonitoring.Thiscoursefurtherrelatespathophysiologyandassessmentfindingstotheformulationoffieldimpressionsandimplementationoftreatmentplansforspecificcardiovascularconditions.Contentareasincludecardiovascularanatomyandphysiologycardiovascularelectrophysiologyelectrocardiographicmonitoringrhythmanalysisandprehospital12-leadelectrocardiogrammonitoringandinterpretationassessmentofthecardiovascularpatientpathophysiologyofcardiovasculardiseaseandtechniquesofmanagementincludingappropriatepharmacologicagentsandelectricaltherapy.EMS242.PARAMEDICPATIENTASSESSMENT.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITESEMS240241243and244.Thiscourseprovidestheknowledgeandskillsneededtoperformacomprehensivepatientassessmentmakeinitialmanagementdecisionsandtocommunicateassessmentfindingsandpatientcareverballyandinwriting.Contentareasincludeairwaymanagementhistorytakingtechniquesofthephysicalexaminationpatientassessmentclinicaldecisionmakingcommunicationsdocumentationandassessmentbasedmanagement.EMS243.PARAMEDICPHARMACOLOGY.1hour.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.COREQUISITESEMS240241242and244.Thiscourseintroducesbasicpharmacologicalagentsandconceptswithanemphasisondrugclassificationsandtheknowledgeandskillsrequiredofaparamedicforsafeeffectivemedicationadministration.Contentareasincludegeneralprinciplesofpharmacologyandpharmacologicpathophysiologyvenousandintraosseousaccesstechniquesthemetricandapothecarysystemcomputationofdosageandsolutionproblemsadministrationofpharmacologicagents Northeast127pharmacokineticsandpharmacodynamicsandnasogastrictubeplacement.EMS244.PARAMEDICCLINICALI.1hour.PREREQUISITEAsdirectedbyprogram.COREQUISITESEMS240241242and243.Thiscourseisdirectedtowardtheapplicationofknowledgeandskillsdevelopedindidacticandskillslaboratoryexperiencestotheclinicalsetting.Theoryandskillsareappliedtoavarietyofpatientsituationsintheclinicalsettingwithafocusonpatientassessmentandmanagementadvancedairwaymanagementelectro-therapyI.V.I.O.initiationandmedicationadministration.EMS245.PARAMEDICMEDICALEMERGENCIES.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsdirectedbyprogram.COREQUISITESEMS246247and248.Thiscourserelatespathophysiologyandassessmentfindingstotheformulationoffieldimpressionsandimplementationtreatmentplansforspecificmedicalconditions.Contentareasincludepulmonologyneurologygastroenterologyrenalurologytoxicologyhematologyenvironmentalconditionsinfectiousandcommunicablediseasesabuseandassaultpatientswithspecialchallengesandacuteinterventionsforthechroniccarepatient.EMS246.PARAMEDICTRAUMAMANAGEMENT.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsdirectedbyprogram.COREQUISITESEMS245247and248.Thiscourserelatespathophysiologyandassessmentfindingstotheformulationoffieldimpressionsandimplementationoftreatmentplansfortraumapatients.Contentareasincludethepathophysiologyassessmentandmanagementoftraumaasrelatedtotraumasystemsmechanismsofinjuryhemorrhageandshocksofttissueinjuriesburnsandheadfacialspinalthoracicabdominalandmusculoskeletaltrauma.EMS247.PARAMEDICSPECIALPOPULATIONS.2hours.PREREQUISITEAsdirectedbyprogram.COREQUISITESEMS245246and248.Thiscourserelatespathophysiologyandassessmentfindingstotheformulationoffieldimpressionsandimplementationoftreatmentplansforspecificmedicalconditions.Contentareasincludeendocrinologyallergiesandanaphylaxisbehavioralpsychiatricconditionsgynecologyobstetricsneonatologypediatricsandgeriatrics.Intheclinicalsettingtheoryandskillsareappliedtoavarietyofmedicalsituationsacrossthelifespanofthepatientwithafocusoncommunicationwithandmanagementofcardiacacutecarepsychiatricbehavioralobstetricalnewbornpediatricgeriatricandacuteinterventionsforchroniccarepatientsandpatientswithspecialchallenges.EMS248.PARAMEDICCLINICALII.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsdirectedbyprogram.COREREQUISITESEMS245246and247.ThiscourseisrequiredtoapplyforcertificationasaParamedic.ThiscourseprovidesstudentswithclinicaleducationexperiencestoenhanceknowledgeandskillslearnedinEMS245246and247andknowledgeandproficiencyfrompreviousclinicalexperiences.ThiscoursehelpspreparestudentsfortheNationalRegistryParamedicExam.ThestudentwillhavetheopportunitytousethebasicandadvancedskillsoftheParamedicintheclinicalsettingunderthedirectsupervisionoflicensedhealthcareprofessionals.RequireslicensureattheAEMTlevel.EMS253.PARAMEDICTRANSITIONTOTHEWORKFORCE.2hours.PREREQUISITEAsdirectedbyprogramCOREREQUISITESEMS254255and256Thiscourseisdesignedtomeetadditionalstateandlocaleducationalrequirementsforparamedicpractice.ContentincludesACLSPALSorPEPPITLSorPHTLSprehospitalprotocolstransferdrugsandothercoursesasdictatedbylocalneedsorstaterequirements.EMS254.ADVANCEDCOMPETENCIESFORPARAMEDIC.2hours.PREREQUISITEAsdirectedbyprogram.COREQUISITESEMS253255and256.Thiscourseisdesignedtoassiststudentsinpreparationfortheparamediclicensureexamination.Emphasisisplacedonvalidationofknowledgeandskillsthroughdidacticreviewskillslabperformanceandorcomputersimulationandpracticetesting.Uponcoursecompletionstudentsshouldbesufficientlypreparedtositfortheparamediclicensureexamination.EMS255.PARAMEDICFIELDPRECEPTORSHIP.5hours.PREREQUISITEAsdirectedbyprogram.COREREQUISITESEMS253254and256.Thiscourseisrequiredtoapplyforcertificationasaparamedic.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithfieldexperiencestoenhanceknowledgeandskillslearnedthroughouttheparamedicprogram.ThiscoursehelpspreparestudentsfortheNationalRegistryParamedicExam.Studentswillutilizeparamedicskillsinafieldsettingunderthedirectsupervisionofalicensedparamedic.RequireslicensureattheAEMTlevelandcompletionofEMS240241242243244245246247and248.EMS256.PARAMEDICTEAMLEADERSHIP.1hour.PREREQUISITEAsdirectedbyprogram.COREREQUISITESEMS253254and255.Thiscourseisdesignedtoevaluatestudentsabilitytointegratedidacticpsychomotorskillsclinicalandfieldinternshipinstructiontoserveasacompetententry-levelparamedic.Thisfinalevaluativeratherthaninstructionalcoursefocusesonstudentsprofessionalattributesandintegrativecompetenceinclinicaldecision-makingandteamleadershipintheprehospitalsetting.Uponcoursecompletionstudentsshouldhavedemonstratedadequateknowledgeandskillsprofessionalattitudesandattributesclinicaldecision-makingandteamleadershipabilitiestoeffectivelyfunctionasacompetententry-levelparamedic.EMS260.SEMINARINEMSI.2hours.ThiscourseoffersindependentstudyorcomputerassistedinstructionunderfacultysupervisionandortheoryinanEMSsubjectrelevanttothestudentsinterestandneed.Specificcognitivecompetenciesmustbemetbythestudentforsuccessfulcoursecompletion. Northeast128EMS266.ADVANCEDCVLIFESUPPORTPROVIDER.1hour.PREREQUISITEAEMTIntermediateParamedicM.D.R.N.P.A.orR.T.TheAdvancedCardiovascularLifeSupportProviderCourseprovidesstudentswithconceptsrelatedtoadvancedcardiovascularlifesupport.Contentareasincludeacutemyocardialinfarctionstrokecardiovascularpharmacologyelectrophysiologyvariousrhythmdisturbancesandtechniquesofmanagementofcardiovascularemergencies.Thecourseistaughtinaccordancewithnationalstandardsandrequiresspecificstudentcompetencies.Studentssuccessfullycompletingthiscoursewillreceiveappropriatedocumentationofcoursecompletion.EMS269.PEDIATRICMEDICALLIFESUPPORTPROVIDER.1hour.PREREQUISITEAEMTIntermediateParamedicM.D.R.N.P.A.orR.T.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswiththeoryandsimulatedcasestudiesinpediatriccare.Contentareasincluderecognitionofpediatricpre-arrestconditionsshockbasiclifesupportoxygenationandairwaycontrolnewbornresuscitationessentialsinpediatricresuscitationdysrhythmiarecognitionandmanagementvascularaccessanduseofmedications.Thiscourseistaughtinaccordancewithnationalstandardsandrequiresspecificstudentcompetencies.Studentssuccessfullycompletingthiscoursewillreceiveappropriatedocumentationofcoursecompletion.ENGINEERINGEGREGR101.ENGINEERINGFOUNDATIONS.3hours.Thiscourseintroducesstudentstoengineeringasaprofessionbasicengineeringskillsandthedesignprocess.Thecourseincludescomponentstodevelopteamingandoralandwrittencommunicationskills.Thecoursealsoprovidesanintroductiontocomputertoolsusedbyengineerse.g.spreadsheetwordprocessingpresentationsoftwareInternet.NoteStudentstransferringtoafour-yearinstitutionwillneedtotakeMTH113.ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGYENTENT106.PRINCIPLESOFENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY.4hours.PREREQUISITEEGR101.ThiscourseprovidesstudentswithprinciplesofEngineeringTechnology.Topicsincludefluidpowercontrolsystemsmaterialsmanufacturingprocessesstaticskinematicsandstatistics.Uponcompletionofthiscoursethestudentwillpossessaclearunderstandingofbasicengineeringtechnologyprinciples.ENT140.APPLIEDSTATICS.3hours.Thiscourseisconcernedwiththeanalysisofloadsforceandtorqueormomentonphysicalsystemsinstaticequilibrium.Uponcompletionofthiscoursethestudentshouldbeabletoidentifyforcesmakefreebodydiagramsandcalculatemomentsofinertiaaswellasstressandstraininastaticsystem.ENT220.PROCESSTECHNOLOGYSYSTEMS.3hours.Thiscourseisastudyoftheinterrelationsofprocessequipmentandprocesssystems.Studentswillbeabletoarrangeprocessequipmentintosystemsdescribethepurposeandfunctionofspecificprocesssystemsexplainhowfactorsaffectingprocesssystemsarecontrolledundernormalconditionsandrecognizeabnormalprocessconditions.Studentsarealsointroducedtotheconceptofsystemprocesscontrolmanufacturingplantprocesseconomics.ENT221.INDUSTRIALQUALITYANDPRODUCTIVITY.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesanoverviewofvariousqualityandproductivitymanagementmethodsandtheirapplicationtotheworkplace.IncludedisadiscussionofthehistoryofTQMproblemsolvingtoolsLeanManufacturingSixSigmaandISO9000.ENT222.INTRODUCTIONTOPROJECTMANAGEMENT.3hours.Thiscourseisanintroductiontoprojectmanagementtoolsandtechniquesusedtoscheduleandtrackamajorproject.CriticalPathMethodofschedulingwillbeusedinGanttchartscheduling.Studentswilllearntechniquesofschedulingcommunicationassigningresourcesandtrackingprogress.Thelatestschedulingsoftwarewillbeusedtoenablethemtoimplementsuccessfulprojectmanagement.ENT223.MATERIALSSELECTION.3hours.ThiscourseprovidestheoryintheevaluationandselectionofmaterialsfortheEngineeringTechnician.Topicsincludemechanicalpropertiesstrengthpropertiesthermalpropertieselectricalpropertieschemicalcompatibilityandcriteriaforselectionandevaluationofvariousmaterials.Uponcompletionofthisclassthestudentwillbeabletoselectappropriatematerialsforvariousapplications.ENT224.STRUCTURALSYSTEMS.3hours.Thiscourseisanoverviewofappliedstaticandstrengthofmaterialswherebytheexternalandinternalforcesactingonabodyorsystemmaybeanalyzedandtheireffectsascertained.Fromthatpointthecoursepresentsalookatthetechniquesusedintheanalysisanddesignofstructuralelementssuchasbeamscolumnsaswellasconnectionsinsystems.Uponcompletionofthiscoursestudentsshouldbeabletoidentifyforcesmakefree-bodydiagramsandcalculatestressesinsamplestructuralsystems.ENT240.APPLIEDSTRENGTHOFMATERIALS.3hours.Thiscourseteachesmethodsofcalculatingstressesinstructuralmemberssuchasbeamscolumnsandshafts.Uponcompletionofthiscoursethestudentshouldbeabletodesignshaftsbeamsandcolumnsforsimpleforcesystems.ENT242.ADVANCEDSTUDIESINENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY.3hours.Thiscourseallowsstudentstostudytopicsindepthandapplyskillsandknowledgetopracticalsituationsrelevanttoengineeringtechnology. Northeast129ENGLISHENGENG092.BASICENGLISHI.3hours.Thiscourseisareviewofbasicwritingskillsandbasicgrammar.EmphasisisplacedonthecomposingprocessofsentencesandparagraphsinstandardAmericanwrittenEnglish.Studentswilldemonstratetheseskillschieflythroughthewritingofwell-developedmulti-sentenceparagraphs.TocompleteENG092andbepermittedtotakeENG093studentsmustfinishthecoursewithaminimumgradeofCor70andretaketheCOMPASSexamandmakeaminimumscoreof38.ENG093.BASICENGLISHII.3hours.PREREQUISITEForthosetakingEnglish092agradeofCinENG092andappropriateplacementscoreisrequired.ForthosenotrequiredtotakeEnglish092aminimumscoreof38ontheCOMPASSexamisrequired.Thiscourseisareviewofcompositionskillsandgrammar.EmphasisisplacedoncoherenceandtheuseofavarietyofsentencestructuresinthecomposingprocessandonstandardAmericanwrittenEnglishusage.Studentswilldemonstratetheseskillschieflythroughthewritingofparagraphblocksandshortessays.TocompleteEnglish093andbepermittedtotakeEnglish101studentsmustbeabletowriteasatisfactoryessaypanel-gradedbyEnglishfacultyandmustfinishthecoursewithagradeofCor70.ENG101.ENGLISHCOMPOSITIONI.3hours.APREREQUISITESuccessfulcompletionofENG093orappropriateplacementscore.EnglishCompositionIprovidesinstructionandpracticeinthewritingofatleastsix6extendedcompositionsandthedevelopmentofanalyticalandcriticalreadingskillsandbasicreferenceanddocumentationskillsinthecompositionprocess.EnglishCompositionImayincludeinstructionandpracticeinlibraryusage.ENG102.ENGLISHCOMPOSITIONII.3hours.APREREQUISITEAgradeofCorbetterinENG101ortheequivalent.EnglishCompositionIIprovidesinstructionandpracticeinthewritingofsix6formalanalyticalessaysatleastoneofwhichisaresearchprojectusingoutsidesourcesandorreferenceseffectivelyandlegally.AdditionallyEnglishCompositionIIprovidesinstructioninthedevelopmentofanalyticalandcriticalreadingskillsinthecompositionprocess.EnglishCompositionIImayincludeinstructionandpracticeinlibraryusage.ENG246.CREATIVEWRITINGI.3hours.CPREREQUISITEENG102orpermissionoftheinstructor.Thiscourseprovidesinstructionandpracticeinthewritingofcriticalanalysisofimaginativeformsofliterature.Emphasisisplacedonoriginalityinthecreativewritingprocessandthiscoursemayincludeinstructiononpublishing.Studentswillcomposeasignificantbodyofimaginativeliteraturewhichmaybereadbyortotheclass.ENG247.CREATIVEWRITINGII.3hours.CPREREQUISITEENG246orpermissionoftheinstructor.AcontinuationofENG246thiscourseprovidesinstructionandpracticeinthewritingandcritiquingofimaginativeformsofliterature.Emphasisisplacedonoriginalityinthecreativewritingprocessandthiscoursemayincludeinstructiononpublishing.Studentswillcomposeasignificantbodyofimaginativeliteraturewhichmaybereadbyortotheclass.ENG251.AMERICANLITERATUREI.3hours.APREREQUISITEENG102orequivalent.ThiscourseisasurveyofAmericanliteraturefromitsinceptiontothemiddleofthenineteenthcentury.Emphasisisplacedonrepresentativeworksandwritersofthisperiodandontheliteraryculturalhistoricalandphilosophicalforcesthatshapedtheseworksandthatarereflectedinthem.Uponcompletionandinwrittencompositionsstudentswillbeabletointerprettheaestheticandthematicaspectsoftheseworksrelatetheworkstotheirhistoricalandliterarycontextsandunderstandrelevantcriticismandresearch.ENG252.AMERICANLITERATUREII.3hours.APREREQUISITEENG102orequivalent.ThiscourseisasurveyofAmericanliteraturefromthemiddleofthenineteenthcenturytothepresent.Emphasisisplacedonrepresentativeworksandwritersofthisperiodandontheliteraryculturalhistoricalandphilosophicalforcesthatshapedtheseworksandthatarereflectedinthem.Uponcompletionandinwrittencompositionsstudentswillbeabletointerprettheaestheticandthematicaspectsoftheseworksrelatetheworkstotheirhistoricalandliterarycontextsandunderstandrelevantcriticismandresearch.ENG261.ENGLISHLITERATUREI.3hours.APREREQUISITEENG102orequivalent.ThiscourseisasurveyofEnglishliteraturefromtheAnglo-SaxonperiodtotheRomanticAge.Emphasisisplacedonrepresentativeworksandwritersofthisperiodandontheliteraryculturalhistoricalandphilosophicalforcesthatshapedtheseworksandthatarereflectedinthem.Uponcompletionandinwrittencompositionsstudentswillbeabletointerprettheaestheticandthematicaspectsoftheseworksrelatetheworkstotheirhistoricalandliterarycontextsandunderstandrelevantcriticismandresearch.ENG262.ENGLISHLITERATUREII.3hours.APREREQUISITEENG102orequivalent.ThiscourseisasurveyofEnglishliteraturefromtheRomanticAgetothepresent.Emphasisisplacedonrepresentativeworksandwritersofthisperiodandontheliteraryculturalhistoricalandphilosophicalforcesthatshapedtheseworksandthatarereflectedinthem.Uponcompletionandinwrittencompositionsstudentswillbeabletointerprettheaestheticandthematicaspectsoftheseworksrelatetheworkstotheirhistoricalandliterarycontextsandunderstandrelevantcriticismandresearch.ENG271.WORLDLITERATUREI.3hours.APREREQUISITEENG102orequivalent.ThiscourseisastudyofselectedliterarymasterpiecesfromHomertotheRenaissance.Emphasisisplacedonmajorrepresentativeworksandwritersofthisperiodandontheliteraryculturalhistoricalandphilosophicalforcesthatshapedtheseworksandthatarereflectedinthem.Uponcompletionandinwrittencompositionsstudentswillbeabletointerprettheaestheticandthematicaspectsoftheseworksrelatetheworkstotheirhistoricalandliterarycontextsandunderstandrelevantcriticismandresearch.ENG272.WORLDLITERATUREII.3hours.APREREQUISITEENG102orequivalent.ThiscourseisastudyofselectedliterarymasterpiecesfromtheRenaissancetothepresent.Emphasisisplacedonmajorrepresentativeworksandwritersofthisperiodandontheliteraryculturalhistoricalandphilosophicalforcesthatshapedtheseworksandthatarereflectedinthem.Uponcompletionandinwrittencompositionsstudentswill Northeast130beabletointerprettheaestheticandthematicaspectsoftheseworksrelatetheworkstotheirhistoricalandliterarycontextsandunderstandrelevantcriticismandresearch.ENG298.SPECIALTOPICSINLANGUAGEANDLITERATURE.1-2hours.CPREREQUISITEPermissionoftheinstructor.ThiscoursewhichmayberepeatedforcreditsolongasthetopicsdifferpermitsastudenttostudywithaninstructoratopicinEnglishlanguageorinliterature.Emphasisisplacedonanarrowlyfocusedtopicinwhichtheinstructorhasspecialexpertiseknowledgeorinterest.Studentswilldemonstratethrougharesearchpaperandoraliterarycritiqueanunderstandingofthetopic.ENG299.DIRECTEDSTUDIESINLANGUAGEANDLITERATURE.1-3hours.CPREREQUISITEPermissionoftheinstructor.ThiscoursewhichmayberepeatedforcreditsolongasthetopicsdifferprovidesthestudenttheopportunitytostudyanEnglishlanguageorliterarytopicchosenbythestudentinconsultationwiththeinstructor.Emphasisisplacedonthestudentsinvestigatingthetopicandreportingtheresultsoftheinvestigation.Thestudentwilldemonstrateknowledgeofthetopicthrougheitherawrittenoranoralpresentation.GEOGRAPHYGEOGEO100.WORLDREGIONALGEOGRAPHY.3hours.AThiscoursesurveysvariouscountriesandmajorregionsoftheworldwithrespecttolocationandlandscapeworldimportancepoliticalstatuspopulationtypeofeconomyanditsexternalandinternalorganizationproblemsandpotentials.GEO101.PRINCIPLESOFPHYSICALGEOGRAPHYI.3hours.APREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.PhysicalGeographyIisthefirstinatwo-partsequenceincludingtopicssuchasweatherandclimaterelativetotheEarthandrelationshipbetweentheEarthandsun.Laboratoryisrequired.GEOLOGYGLYGLY101.INTRODUCTIONTOGEOLOGYI.4hours.APREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.IntroductiontoGeologyIisthefirstinatwopartsequencedealingwiththestructureoftheEarthincludingmaterialsinternalandexternalprocessesdeformationenergyandplatetectonics.Laboratoryisrequired.HEALTHHEDHED224.PERSONALANDCOMMUNITYHEALTH.3hours.BThiscoursecovershealthproblemsfortheindividualandforthecommunity.Areasofstudyincludementalhealthfamilylifephysicalhealthchronicanddegenerativediseasescontrolofcommunicablediseasesandtheunderstandingofdepressantsandstimulants.Healthfullivinghabitswillbeemphasized.HED226.WELLNESS.1-3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseprovideshealth-relatededucationtothoseindividualsseekingadvancementintheareaofpersonalwellness.Thecoursehasfivemajorcomponents1fitnessandhealthassessment2physicalworkcapacity3education4reassessmentand5retesting.HED230.SAFETYANDFIRSTAID.3hours.BHED230isdividedintotwoparts.Thefirstpartconcernsitselfwiththedevelopmentofasafetyeducationprogramwithinanorganizationi.e.schoolofficeshopetc..Thesecondpartdealswithphysicalinjuriesemergencycareandtreatmentofthoseinjuries.CPRcertificationandStandardRedCrossCardsaregivenuponsuccessfulcompletionofAmericanRedCrossrequirements.HEALTHSCIENCESHPSHPS105.MEDICALTERMINOLOGY.3hours.Thiscourseisanapplicationforthelanguageofmedicine.Emphasisisplacedonterminologyassociatedwithhealthcarespellingpronunciationandmeaningsassociatedwithprefixessuffixesandrootsastheyrelatetoanatomicalbodysystems.Uponcompletionofthiscoursethestudentshouldbeabletocorrectlyabbreviatemedicaltermsandappropriatelyusemedicalterminologyinverbalandwrittencommunication.HISTORYHISHIS101.WESTERNCIVILIZATIONI.3hours.AThiscourseisasurveyofsocialintellectualeconomicandpoliticaldevelopmentswhichhavemoldedthemodernWesternworld.ThiscoursecoverstheancientandmedievalperiodsandconcludesintheeraoftheRenaissanceandReformation.HIS102.WESTERNCIVILIZATIONII.3hours.AThiscourseisacontinuationofHIS101itsurveysdevelopmentofthemodernWesternworldfromtheeraofRenaissanceandReformationtothepresent.HIS201.UNITEDSTATESHISTORYI.3hours.AThiscoursesurveysUnitedStateshistoryduringcolonialRevolutionaryearlynationalandantebellumperiods.ItconcludeswiththeCivilWarandReconstruction.HIS202.UNITEDSTATESHISTORYII.3hours.AThiscourseisacontinuationofHIS201itsurveysUnitedStateshistoryfromtheReconstructioneratothepresent.HOMEECONOMICSHECHEC140.PRINCIPLESOFNUTRITION.3hours.BThiscourseintroducesstudentstotheprinciplesofnutritionandtheroleandfunctionsofnutrientsinmansfood.Basicinformationconcerningfoodselectionandnutritionasafactorinhealthecology Northeast131andeconomyisincluded.Implicationsofnutritionforchildrenmaybestressed.HUMANITIESHUMHUM298.DIRECTEDSTUDIESINHUMANITIES.1-3hours.CThiscourseprovidesanopportunityforthestudenttostudyselectedtopicsintheareaofthehumanitiesunderthesupervisionofaqualifiedinstructor.Thespecifictopicswillbedeterminedbytheinterestsofthestudentsandfacultyandthecoursemayberepeatedforcredit.INDUSTRIALELECTRONICSTECHNOLOGYILTILT100.APPLIEDELECTRONICCOMPUTATION.3hours.Thiscourseisanappliedmathematicsandalgebracourseforstudentsinelectronicsorsimilarprograms.Topicsincludedecimalsfractionsnegativenumberspowersandrootsthemetricsystemslogarithmsappliedtrigonometryandalgebra.Uponcompletionofthiscourseastudentwillbeabletoperformappliedmathematicscalculationsneededinelectronics.ILT108.INTRODUCTIONTOINSTRUMENTATIONANDPROCESSCONTROL.3hours.Thiscourseisanintroductorystudyofthecontroldevicesandmethodsusedinindustryforthecontrolandtransmissionofinformationpertainingtoprocessvariables.Thisstudyincludesanintroductiontoinstrumentationandcontrolmathematics.Thiscoursealsoprovidesinstructioninthefundamentalconceptsofpressurelevelflowtemperatureandanalyticals.ILT109.ELECTRICALBLUEPRINTREADING.303hours.Thiscoursewillenablethestudenttoobtainaworkingknowledgeoftheelementsofblueprintreadingtheabilitytointerpretelectricalmechanicalandarchitecturaldrawingandtheabilitytovisualizetheentirebuildingstructureinrelationshiptotheelectricalsystem.ILT115.ADVANCEDINDUSTRIALCONTROLS.3hours.Thiscourseemphasizesthefundamentalsandapplicationsofsolidstatemotorstarters.TopicsincludeDCdrivesACvariablefrequencydrivesthyristorssequencecircuitsandclosedloopcontrolincludingPIDprocesscontrol.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplyprinciplesofsolidstatemotorstarters.ILT116.ADVANCEDINDUSTRIALCONTROLSLAB.2hours.COREQUISITEILT115.ThislabemphasizesDCdrivesACvariablefrequencydrivesthyristorssequencecircuitsandclosedloopcontrolincludingPIDprocesscontrol.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplyprinciplesofsolidstatemotorstarters.ILT117.PRINCIPLESOFCONSTRUCTIONWIRING.123hours.Thiscourseprovidesastudyofthetechnicalskillsrequiredtosafelyperformelectricalwiringinstallations.Topicsincludemethodsofwiringresidentialcommercialandindustriallocations.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplysafewiringskillstoresidentialcommercialandindustrialapplications.ILT118.CONSTRUCTIONWIRINGNEC.123hours.Thiscourseprovidesastudyofthecodesthatisrequiredtosafelyperformelectricalwiringinstallations.Emphasiswillbeplaceduponthecodesthatapplytoresidentialcommercialandindustriallocations.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplythecodesintheelectricalwiringofresidentialcommercialandindustrialapplications.ILT160.DCFUNDAMENTALS.3hours.ThiscourseprovidesastudyofatomictheorydirectcurrentDCpropertiesofconductorsandinsulatorsdirectcurrentcharacteristicsofseriesparallelandseriesparallelcircuits.InductorsandcapacitorsareintroducedandtheireffectsonDCcircuitsareexamined.StudentsarepreparedtoanalyzecomplexDCcircuitssolveforunknowncircuitsvariablesandtousebasicelectronictestequipment.Thiscoursealsoprovideshandsonlaboratoryexercisestoanalyzeconstructtestandtroubleshootdirectcurrentcircuits.EmphasisisplacedontheuseofscientificcalculatorandtheoperationofcommontestequipmentusedtoanalyzeandtroubleshootDCandtoprovethetheoriestaughtduringclassroominstruction.ILT161.ACFUNDAMENTALS.3hours.ThiscourseprovidesastudyofthetheoryofalternatingcurrentAC.StudentsarepreparedtoanalyzecomplexACcircuitconfigurationswithresistorcapacitorsandinductorsinseriesandparallelcombinations.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodescribeACcircuitsandexplainthefunctionofACsuchasRLCimpedancephaserelationshipsandpowerfactor.Thiscoursealsoprovideshandsonlaboratoryexercisestoanalyzealternatingcurrentusingavarietyofcircuitconfigurationswithresistorscapacitorsandinductorsinseriesandparallelcombinations.EmphasisisplacedontheoperationofcommontestequipmentusedtoanalyzeandtroubleshootACcircuitstoprovethetheoriestaught.ILT162.SOLIDSTATEFUNDAMENTALS.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructioninbasicsolidstatetheorybeginningwithatomicstructureandincludingdevicessuchasdiodesbipolartransistorsfieldeffecttransistorsamplifiersthyristorsoperationalamplifiersoscillatorandpowersupplycircuits.Emphasisisplacedonthepracticalapplicationofsolid-statedevicesproperbiasingandamplifiercircuitanalysisandtheuseoftestequipmenttodiagnosetroubleshootandrepairtypicalsolid-statedevicecircuits.Thiscoursealsoprovidestheopportunityforstudentstoapplythesolid-stateprinciplesandtheorieslearnedinclassinthelaboratorysetting.Emphasisisplacedonthepracticalapplicationofsolid-statedevicesproperbiasingandamplifiercircuitanalysisandtheuseoftestequipmenttodiagnosetroubleshootandrepairtypicalsolid-state.ILT163.DIGITALFUNDAMENTALS.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructiononbasiclogicgatesflip-flopsregisterscountersmicroprocessorcomputerfundamentalsanalogtodigitalconversionanddigitalanalogconversion.EmphasisisplacedonnumbersystemsBooleanalgebracombinationlogiccircuitssequentiallogiccircuitsandtypicalmicroprocessordatamanipulationandstorage.Thiscoursealsohasanembeddedlabwithexercises Northeast132designedtodevelopskillsrequiredbyindustry.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoanalyzedigitalcircuitsdrawtimingdiagramsdetermineoutputofcombinationalandsequentiallogiccircuitsanddiagnoseandtroubleshootelectroniccomponentsaswellasdemonstrateknowledgeofmicroprocessorandcomputercircuits.ILT164.CIRCUITFABRICATIONI.1credithour.Thiscourseprovidesinstructioninfabricationoffunctionalcircuitsandisanintroductiontodeviceconstructionandfabrication.Utilizingdiscretecomponentsstudentswillfabricatefunctionalcircuits.Topicsincludesolderingcableconstructioncoaxialcableconnectionandterminationcomponentmountingcasesandchassisprintedcircuitboarddesignlayoutfabricationandrepairaswellassolderingtechniquescareoftoolswiresplicingwirewrappingconnectormaintenanceandrelatedshopsafety.Uponcompletionofthiscoursestudentsshouldbeabletoperformbasiccircuitandprojectconstruction.ILT166.MOTORSANDTRANSFORMERSI.3hours.Thiscoursecoversmotoroperationmotortypesmotorcomponentsmotorfeederandbranchcircuits.Topicsincludemotorprotectionandmotorcontrolcircuits.Thelaboratoryenablesstudentstotestmotorstransformertypesandtestingofinputandoutputvoltage.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletotestmotorstransformertypesandtestingforinputandoutputvoltage.ILT180.SPECIALTOPICS.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoallowstudentsanopportunitytostudytopicsofparticularinterestwhichrequiretheapplicationoftechnicalknowledgeandtechnicalskills.Emphasisisplacedontheapplicationofskillsandknowledgewithpracticalexperiences.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletosolvejobrelatedproblemsusingtechnicalskillsandknowledge.ILT181.SPECIALTOPICSINILT.123hours.ThiscourseprovidesaguidedindependentstudyofspecialtopicsinILT.Thestudentandinstructordesignstheplanofstudy.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateskillsdevelopedinthesecourses.ILT192193.CO-OPINILT.1-3hours.Thesecoursesprovidestudentswithrelevantworkexperienceinbusinessindustry.Emphasisisplacedonproductioninaworksetting.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifyjobresponsibilitiesandtodemonstrateskillsnecessaryforentrylevelemployment.ILT194.PROGRAMMABLELOGICCONTROLLERSI.3hours.ThiscoursefocusesontheuseofPLCs.Topicsincludeoperationsprogrammingproceduresfaultisolationproceduresandmethodsofenteringexecutingdebuggingandchangingprograms.Thelaboratoryenablesstudentstopracticeoperationsprogrammingproceduresfaultisolationproceduresandmethodsofenteringexecutingdebuggingandchangingprograms.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplyprinciplesofoperationsandprogrammingofprogrammablelogiccontrollers.ILT195.TROUBLESHOOTINGTECHNIQUESI.3hours.Thiscoursefocusesonthesystematicapproachtosolvingproblems.Thelaboratoryportionemphasizesinstrumentfailuresandtheirinteractionwithprocessdown-time.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletosolveproblemsonaprocesssimulatororinanactualsetting.ILT197.MOTORCONTROLSI.3hours.Thiscoursecoverstheuseofmotorcontrolsymbolsmagneticmotorstartersrunningoverloadprotectionpush-buttonstationssizingofmagneticmotorstartersandoverloadprotectionandcomplexladderdiagramsofmotorcontrolcircuits.Topicsincludesizingmagneticstartersandoverloadprotectiontheuseofpush-buttonstationsladderdiagramsandmagneticmotorstartersincontrolofelectricmotorswye-deltastartingpartstartwindingresistorstartingandelectricstartingdevices.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletounderstandtheoperationofmotorstartersoverloadprotectioninterpretladderdiagramsusingpush-buttonstationsandunderstandcomplexmotorcontroldiagrams.ThisisaCOREcourseforELT.ILT202.INDUSTRIALELECTRONICSLAB.2hours.COREQUISITEILT201.Thiscoursedemonstratestheconceptsdevicesandapplicationsofelectronicsinindustrialprocesses.Uponcompletionofthiscoursestudentsshouldbeabletoconstructevaluateandcalibratebasicindustrialsensingandcontrolcircuits.ILT216.INDUSTRIALROBOTICS.303hours.Thiscoursecoversprinciplesofelectro-mechanicaldevices.Topicsincludetheprinciplesconceptsandtechniquesinvolvedininterfacingmicrocomputerstovariouselectro-mechanicaldevicestoproducegeographicalmovement.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplytheprinciplesofelectro-mechanicaldevices.ILT217.INDUSTRIALROBOTICSLAB.022hours.COREQUISITEILT216.Thislabcoverstheprinciplesconceptsandtechniquesinvolvedininterfacingmicrocomputerstovariouselectromechanicaldevicestoproducegeographicalmovement.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplytheprinciplesofelectro-mechanicaldevices.ILT222.ADVANCEDPROGRAMMABLELOGICCONTROLLERS.3hours.ThiscoursefocusesonadvancedPLCs.Topicsincludeoperationsprogrammingproceduresfaultisolationproceduresandmethodsofenteringexecutingdebuggingandchangingprograms.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplyprinciplesofoperationsandprogrammingofadvancedPLCs.ILT223.ADVANCEDPROGRAMMABLELOGICCONTROLLERSLAB.3hours.ThislabemphasizesadvancedPLCs.Topicsincludeoperationsprogrammingproceduresfaultisolationproceduresandmethodsofenteringexecutingdebuggingandchangingprograms.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplyprinciplesofoperationsandprogrammingofadvancedPLCs.ILT231.NATIONALELECTRICCODE.3hours.ThiscourseintroducesstudentstotheNationalElectricCode.EmphasisisplacedonlocatingandinterpretingneededinformationwithintheNECmanual.Uponcompletionofthiscoursethestudentshouldbeabletolocatecoderequirementsforaspecificelectricalinstallation. Northeast133ILT276.ELEMENTSOFINDUSTRIALCONTROLII.3hours.ThiscourseincludestheadvancedprincipalsofPLCsincludinghardwareprogrammingvariablespeeddrivesandtroubleshooting.Emphasisisplacedondevelopingadvancedworkingprogramsandtroubleshootinghardwareandsoftwarecommunicationproblems.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstratetheirabilityindevelopingprogramsandtroubleshootingthesystem.ILT277.ELEMENTSOFINDUSTRIALCONTROLIILAB.2hours.ThiscourseincludestheadvancedprincipalsofPLCsincludinghardwareprogrammingvariablespeeddrivesandtroubleshooting.Emphasisisplacedondevelopingadvancedworkingprogramsandtroubleshootinghardwareandsoftwarecommunicationproblems.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstratetheirabilityindevelopingprogramsandtroubleshootingthesystem.LLT280.SPECIALTOPICS.033hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoallowstudentsanopportunitytostudydirectly-relatedtopicsofparticularinterestwhichrequiretheapplicationoftechnicalknowledgeandtechnicalskills.Emphasisisplacedontheapplicationofskillsandknowledgewithpracticalexperiences.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletosolvejobrelatedproblemsusingtechnicalskillsandknowledge.ILT291.COOPERATIVEEDUCATION.033hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentsworkexperiencewithacollege-approvedemployerinanareadirectlyrelatedtothestudentsprogramofstudy.Emphasisisplacedonintegratingclassroomexperienceswithworkexperience.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoevaluatecareerselectiondemonstrateemployabilityskillsandsatisfactorilyperformwork-relatedcompetencies.ILT292.COOPERATIVEEDUCATION.033hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentsworkexperiencewithacollege-approvedemployerinanareadirectlyrelatedtothestudentsprogramofstudy.Emphasisisplacedonintegratingclassroomexperienceswithworkexperience.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoevaluatecareerselectiondemonstrateemployabilityskillsandsatisfactorilyperformwork-relatedcompetencies.ILT293.COOPERATIVEEDUCATION.033hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentsworkexperiencewithacollege-approvedemployerinanareadirectlyrelatedtothestudentsprogramofstudy.Emphasisisplacedonintegratingclassroomexperienceswithworkexperience.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoevaluatecareerselectiondemonstrateemployabilityskillsandsatisfactorilyperformwork-relatedcompetencies.INDUSTRIALMAINTENANCETECHNOLOGYINTINT105.INTRODUCTIONTOPROCESSTECHNOLOGY.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidestudentswithanintroductiontoprocesscontroltechnologyandvariousinstrumentsusedtocontrolprocesses.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletocomprehendprinciplesofprocesscontroltechnologyandthevariousinstrumentsusedtocontrolprocessesinanindustrialsetting.INT107.FUNDAMENTALSOFELECTRICITYI.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithknowledgeoffundamentalsofelectricitycommonlyassociatedwithanindustrialsetting.Itisafoundationalcoursetoenablemulticraftindustrialmaintenancepersonneltoapplyknowledgeandskillofelectricityinaworkplace.INT108.FUNDAMENTALSOFELECTRICITYII.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithknowledgeoffundamentalsofelectricitycommonlyassociatedwithanindustrialsetting.Itisafoundationalcoursetoenablemulticraftindustrialmaintenancepersonneltoapplyknowledgeandskillofelectricityinaworkplace.INT112.INDUSTRIALMAINTENANCESAFETYPROCEDURES.3hours.Thiscourseisanin-depthstudyofthehealthandsafetypracticesrequiredformaintenanceofindustrialproductionequipment.Topicsincludetrafficladderelectricalandfiresafetysafeworkinconfinedspaceselectricalandmechanicallock-outproceduresemergencyproceduresOSHAregulationsMSDSRight-to-Knowlawhazardousmaterialssafetyandsafetyequipmentuseandcare.Uponcoursecompletionstudentswillbeabletoimplementhealthandsafetypracticesinanindustrialproductionsetting.INT117.PRINCIPLESOFINDUSTRIALMECHANICS.3hours.PREREQUISITESAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseprovidesinstructioninbasicphysicsconceptsapplicabletomechanicsofindustrialproductionequipment.Topicsincludethebasicapplicationofmechanicalprincipleswithemphasisonpowertransmissionspecificmechanicalcomponentsalignmentandtension.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletoperformbasictroubleshootingrepairandmaintenancefunctionsonindustrialproductionequipment.ThisisaCOREcourse.INT118.FUNDAMENTALSOFINDUSTRIALHYDRAULICSANDPNEUMATICS.3hoursThiscourseincludesthefundamentalconceptsandtheoriesforthesafeoperationofhydraulicandpneumaticsystemsusedwithindustrialproductionequipment.Topicsincludethephysicalconceptstheorieslawsairflowcharacteristicsactuatorsvalvesaccumulatorssymbolscircuitryfiltersservicingsafetyandpreventivemaintenanceandtheapplicationoftheseconceptstoperformwork.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoserviceandperformpreventivemaintenancefunctionsonhydraulicandpneumaticsystems.ThisisaCOREcourse.INT119.PRINCIPLESOFMECHANICALMEASUREMENTANDTECHNICALDRAWING.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructionintheuseofprecisionmeasuringtoolsandtheinterpretationoftechnicaldrawings.Topicsincludetheuseofcalipersmicrometerssteelrulesdialindicatorsidentifyingtypesoflinesandsymbolsoftechnicaldrawingsrecognitionandinterpretationofvarioustypesofviewstolerancesanddimensions.Uponcoursecompletionstudentswillbeabletouseprecisionmeasuringtoolsandinterprettechnicaldrawings. Northeast134INT126.PREVENTATIVEMAINTENANCE.3hours.PREREQUISITESAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscoursefocusesontheconceptsandapplicationsofpreventivemaintenance.Topicsincludetheintroductionofalignmentequipmentjobsafetytoolsafetypreventivemaintenanceconceptsprocedurestasksandpredictivemaintenanceconcepts.Uponcoursecompletionstudentswilldemonstratetheabilitytoapplyproperpreventivemaintenanceandexplainpredictivemaintenanceconcepts.ThisisaCOREcourse.INT127.PRINCIPLESOFINDUSTRIALPUMPSANDPIPINGSYSTEMS.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructioninthefundamentalconceptsofindustrialpumpsandpipingsystems.Topicsincludepumpidentificationoperationandinstallationmaintenanceandtroubleshootingandpipingsystemsandtheirinstallation.Uponcoursecompletionstudentswillbeabletoinstallmaintainandtroubleshootindustrialpumpsandpipingsystems.INT129.INDUSTRIALSAFETYANDMAINTENANCETECHNIQUES.3hours.PREREQUISITESAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseprovidesinstructioninbasicmaintenancetechniquesandsafety.Topicsincludedrawingsketchingbasichandtoolsportablepowertoolsstationarypowertoolsmeasurementscrewthreadsmechanicalfastenersmachineryandequipmentinstallationriggingandtheirpropersafeoperations.INT134.PRINCIPLESOFINDUSTRIALMAINTENANCEWELDINGANDMETALCUTTINGTECHNIQUES.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructioninthefundamentalsofacetylenecuttingandthebasicsofweldingneededforthemaintenanceandrepairofindustrialproductionequipment.Topicsincludeoxy-fuelsafetychoiceofcuttingequipmentpropercuttinganglesequipmentsetupcuttingplateandpipehandtoolstypesofmetalweldingmachinesrodandweldingjointsandcommonweldingpassesandbeads.Uponcoursecompletionstudentswilldemonstratetheabilitytoperformmetalweldingandcuttingtechniquesnecessaryforrepairingandmaintainingindustrialequipment.INT153.PRECISIONMACHININGFUNDAMENTALSI.3HOURS.Thiscoursefocusesonmetalcuttingmachinesusedtomakepartsandtools.Topicsincludelathesmillsdrillsandpresses.Uponcoursecompletionstudentswillhavetheabilitytouseprecisionmeasurementinstrumentsandtoreadmechanicaldrawings.INT158.INDUSTRIALWIRINGI.3hours.Thiscoursefocusesonprinciplesandapplicationsofcommercialandindustrialwiring.TopicsincludeelectricalsafetypracticesanoverviewofNationalElectricCoderequirementsasappliedtocommercialandindustrialwiringconduitbendingcircuitdesignpullingcablestransformersswitchgearandgenerationprinciples.INT192.INDUSTRIALMAINTENANCETECHNOLOGYCO-OP.3hours.PREREQUISITEPermissionofinstructor.Inthisseriesofcoursesstudentsworkonapart-timebasisinajobdirectlyrelatedtoIndustrialMaintenanceTechnology.Theemployerevaluatesthestudentsperformanceandthestudentsubmitsadescriptivereportofhisorherworkexperiences.Uponcompletionthestudentwilldemonstrateskillslearnedinanemploymentsetting.INT212.INDUSTRIALMOTORCONTROLSI.3hours.Thiscoursefocusesoninformationregardingindustrialmotorcontrolsandbasicinformationregardingprocesslogiccontrollers.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletoremovereplaceandwiredifferenttypesofcontroldevicesforoperatingindustrialmotors.INT220.SPECIALTOPICS.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoallowstudentsanopportunitytostudydirectly-relatedtopicsofparticularinterestwhichrequiretheapplicationoftechnicalknowledgeandtechnicalskills.Emphasisisplacedontheapplicationofskillsandknowledgewithpracticalexperiences.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletosolvejobrelatedproblemsusingtechnicalskillsandknowledge.INT251.INTRODUCTIONTOPROGRAMMABLELOGICCONTROL.3hours.ThiscourseemphasizesPLCprogrammingconnectionsinstallationsandstart-upprocedures.TopicsincludeintroductoryprogrammingPLCfunctionsandterminologyprocessorunitandpowersupplyintroductorynumberingsystemsrelayprogramminglogicandfieldwiringinstallationandstart-up.UponcoursecompletionstudentswillbeabletoidentifyinputsandoutputslistcapabilitiesofsystemmonitorsystemoperationrecognizeROMandRAMfunctionsandrecognizebinaryanddigitalnumbersystems.INTERDISCIPLINARYSTUDIESIDSIDS115.FORUM.1hour.CPREREQUISITEMinimum3.0GPA.Inthiscoursecreditisgiveninrecognitionofattendanceatacademiclecturesconcertsandotherevents.IDS115requiresattendanceatdesignatedeventswhicharechosenfromvariouslecturesculturaleventsandprogramsgivenatthecollegeorinthecommunity.IDS115mayberepeatedforcredit.IDS200.COLLEGESCHOLARSBOWLWORKSHOP.1hour.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscourseoffersthestudentpreparationpracticeandparticipationintheCollegeScholarsBowlProgramandcompetition.IDS200mayberepeatedforcredit.MACHINETOOLTECHNOLOGYMTTMTT100.MACHININGTECHNOLOGYI.6hours.Thiscourseintroducesmachiningoperationsastheyrelatetothemetalworkingindustry.Topicsincludemachineshopsafetymeasuringtoolslathessawsmillingmachinesgrindingmachinesandlayoutinstruments.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletoperformthebasicoperationsofmeasuringlayoutgrindingdrillingsawingturningandmilling.ThisisaCOREcourseandisalignedwithNIMScertificationstandards.MTT147148aresuitablesubstitutesforthiscourse. Northeast135MTT103.MACHININGTECHNOLOGYII.6hours.Thiscourseprovidesadditionalinstructionandpracticeintheuseofmeasuringtoolslathesmillingmachinesandgrinders.Emphasisisplacedonsetupandoperationofmachinetoolsincludingtheselectionofworkholdingdevicesspeedsfeedscuttingtoolsandcoolants.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformintermediatelevelproceduresofprecisiongrindingmeasuringlayoutdrillingsawingturningandmilling.ThisisaCOREcourseandisalignedwithNIMScertificationstandards.MTT149150aresuitablesubstitutesforMTT103.MTT107.MACHININGCALCULATIONSI.3hours.Thiscourseintroducesbasiccalculationsastheyrelatetomachiningoccupations.Emphasisisplacedonbasiccalculationsandtheirapplicationsinthemachineshop.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformbasicshopcalculations.ThiscourseisalignedwithNIMScertificationstandards.MTT108.MACHINEHANDBOOKFUNCTIONSI.3hours.Thiscoursecoversthemachinistshandbook.Emphasisisplacedonformulastablesusageandrelatedinformation.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletousethehandbookinthecalculationandsetupofmachinetools.ThiscourseisalignedwithNIMScertificationstandards.MTT129.LATHEOPERATIONS.6hours.Thiscourseincludesmoreadvancedlathepracticessuchasset-upproceduresworkplanninginner-andouter-diameteroperationsandinspectionandprocessimprovement.Additionalemphasisisplacedonsafetyprocedures.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletoapplyadvancedlathetechniques.ThiscourseisalignedwithNIMSstandards.MTT137.MILLINGI.3hours.Thiscoursecoversmanualmillingoperations.Emphasisisplacedonrelatedsafetytypesofmillingmachinesandtheirusescuttingspeedfeedcalculationsandset-upandoperationprocedures.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplymanualverticalmillingtechniquestoproducemachinetoolprojects.ThiscourseisalignedwithNIMScertificationstandards.MTT138.MILLINGILAB.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesbasicknowledgeofmillingmachines.Emphasisisplacedontypesofmillingmachinesandtheirusescuttingspeedfeedcalculationsandset-upprocedures.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplymillingtechniquestoproducemachinetoolprojects.ThiscourseisalignedwithNIMScertificationcriteria.MTT139.BASICCOMPUTERNUMERICALCONTROL.3hours.ThiscourseintroducestheconceptsandcapabilitiesofcomputernumericcontrolCNCmachinetools.Topicsincludesetupoperationandbasicapplications.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodevelopabasicCNCprogramtosafelyoperatealatheandmillingmachine.ThiscourseisalignedwithNIMScertificationstandards.MTT140.BASICCOMPUTERNUMERICALCONTROLTURNINGPROGRAMMINGI.3hours.ThiscoursecoversconceptsassociatedwithbasicprogrammingofacomputernumericalcontrolCNCturningcenter.Topicsincludebasicprogrammingcharacteristicsmotiontypestoolingworkholdingdevicessetupdocumentationtoolcompensationsandformatting.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletowriteabasicCNCturningprogramthatwillbeusedtoproduceapart.ThiscourseisalignedwithNIMScertificationstandards.MTT141.BASICCOMPUTERNUMERICALCONTROLMILLINGPROGRAMMINGI.3hours.ThiscoursecoversconceptsassociatedwithbasicprogrammingofacomputernumericalcontrolCNCmillingcenter.Topicsincludebasicprogrammingcharacteristicsmotiontypestoolingworkholdingdevicessetupdocumentationtoolcompensationsandformatting.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletowriteabasicCNCmillingprogramthatwillbeusedtoproduceapart.ThiscourseisalignedwithNIMScertificationstandards.MTT146.PRECISIONGRINDINGMACHINESI.6hours.Thiscourseincludesmoreadvancedprecisiongrinderpracticessuchasset-upproceduresworkplanningsurfacecylindricalandtoolandcuttergrindingoperationsandinspectionandprocessimprovement.Additionalemphasisisplacedonsafetyprocedures.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletoapplyadvancedprecisiongrindingtechniques.ThiscourseisalignedwithNIMSstandards.MTT161162aresuitablesubstitutesforthiscourse.MTT212.ADVANCEDCOMPUTERNUMERICALCONTROLTURNING.3hours.ThiscoursedetailstheuseofcannedcyclesandsubprogramsincomputernumericalcontrolCNCturningprograms.UponcompletingthiscoursethestudentshouldbeabletowriteCNCturningprogramsusingcannedcyclesandsubprograms.MTT213.ADVANCEDCOMPUTERNUMERICALCONTROLMILLING.3hours.ThiscoursedetailstheuseofcannedcyclesandsubprogramsincomputernumericalcontrolCNCmillingprograms.UponcompletingthiscoursethestudentshouldbeabletowriteCNCmillingprogramsusingcannedcyclesandsubprograms.MTT241.CNCMILLINGLABI.3hours.Thiscoursecoversbasic3-axiscomputernumericcontrolCNCmillingmachinesetupandoperatingprocedures.UponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoloadaCNCprogramandsetupandoperatea3-axisCNCmillingmachinetoproduceaspecifiedpart.Relatedsafetyinspectionandprocessadjustmentarealsocovered.MTT242.CNCMILLINGLABII.3hours.Thiscoursecoversadvancedincluding4-axiscomputernumericcontrolCNCmillingmachinesetupandoperatingprocedures.UponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoloadaCNCprogramandsetupandoperateaCNCmillingmachineincluding4-axistoproduceaspecifiedpart.Relatedsafetyandinspectionandprocessadjustmentarealsocovered.MTT243.CNCTURNINGLABI.3hours.ThiscoursecoversbasiccomputernumericcontrolCNCturningmachinesetupandoperatingproceduresinnerdiameterandouterdiameter.UponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoloadaCNCprogramandsetupandoperateaCNCturningmachinetoproduceasimplepart.Relatedsafetyandinspectionandprocessadjustmentarealsocovered. Northeast136MTT244.CNCTURNINGLABII.3hours.ThiscoursecoversadvancedcomputernumericcontrolCNCturningmachinesetupandoperatingprocedures.UponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoloadaCNCprogramandsetupandoperateaCNCturningmachinetoproduceaspecifiedpart.Relatedsafetyandinspectionandprocessadjustmentarealsocovered.MASSCOMMUNICATIONSMCMMCM114-115214-215.STUDENTPUBLICATIONS.1-2hours.CThesecoursesofferpracticalexperienceinjournalismskillsthroughworkingonthestaffofstudentpublications.MASSAGETHERAPYMSGMSG101.INTRODUCTIONTOTHERAPEUTICMASSAGE.2hours.Thepurposeofthiscourseisforstudentstocomprehendfoundationalinformationrelatedtotheprofessionoftherapeuticmassage.Specifictopicsincludehistoryoftherapeuticmassageprofessionalethicsandstandardsofpracticeregulatoryagenciesandtheirrequirementsclientandtherapistsprofessionalrelationshipscommunicationskillsandanoverviewoftypesoftherapeuticmassage.MSG102.THERAPEUTICMASSAGELABI.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesfoundationalinformationrelatedtomassagetherapy.Studentsgainknowledgerelatedtopurposeseffectsapplicationsbenefitsindicationsandcontraindicationsforvarioustypesofmassagetherapy.Additionallystudentslearnproceduresandprecautionsforvarioustypesofmassagetherapies.SpecifictopicsincludefullbodywesternSwedishmassagehotandcoldtherapiesstretchinganddocumentationguidelines.Specialemphasisisplacedonprofessionalbehaviorsproperdrapingandbodymechanics.Attheconclusionofthiscoursestudentswillbeabletoperformvarioustypesoffullbodytherapeuticmassagetechniquesanddocumenttheiractivities.MSG103.ANATOMYANDPHYSIOLOGY.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithanoverviewofthebasicanatomyandphysiologyofthehumanbody.Emphasisisplacedontheimportanceofmaintaininghomeostasis.Attheconclusionofthiscoursestudentswillhaveabasicunderstandingofthevarioussystemsofthebodyandtheeffectsofmassageonthesesystems.Studentswilldemonstratethisknowledgethroughcognitiveandperformancebasedmeasurement.MSG104.MUSCULOSKELETALANDKINESIOLOGYI.3hours.Thiscourseintroducesstudentstoconceptsrelatedtothestudyofmusclemovement.Aspartofthiscoursestudentslearntheinteractionofmusclesandvariousboneylandmarksoftheskeletalsystem.Studentsfurtherlearnhowtopositionindividualsinpreparationfortherapeuticmassageofvariousmusclegroups.Studentswilldemonstratethisknowledgethroughcognitiveandperformancebasedmeasurement.MSG105.THERAPEUTICMASSAGESUPERVISEDCLINICALI.2hours.Inthiscoursestudentsarerequiredtodemonstratecompetencyinspecifictherapeuticmassagetechniquesincludingtreatmentpreparationuseofpropertechniquesclientprogressanddocumentation.Studentsarerequiredtoperformaminimumof45hoursofhands-onclientmassages.MSG200.BUSINESSANDMARKETINGPLANS.1hour.Duringthiscoursestudentsarealsotaughtethicalbusinessmanagementandprofessionaldevelopment.Thiscourseisdesignedtohelpstudentstoprepareforethicaldecisionmakinginprofessionalpracticewhileassistinginthedevelopmentoftheiremergingidentitiesasprofessionallicensedmassagetherapists.Emphasisisplacedonbuildingandretainingclientelecommunicationskillscustomerskillscustomerservicescontinuingeducationandsettinggoals.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletolistthetypesofcommunicationskillsstatepersonalgoalsanddevelopabusinessandmarketingplan.MSG201.THERAPEUTICMASSAGEFORSPECIALPOPULATIONS.2hours.Inthiscoursestudentslearntoadaptmassagesessionstotheneedsofspecialpopulationssuchaspregnantwomeninfantselderlyandtheterminallyill.Topicsincludetechniquevariationslengthofsessioncontraindicationscautionsconsiderationsforsurvivorsofabuseandpossiblebenefits.Uponcompletionofthiscoursestudentswillbeabletodiscussanddemonstratetechniquesforperformingtherapeuticmassageforspecialpopulations.MSG202.THERAPEUTICMASSAGELABII.3hours.PREREQUISITEMSG102.Studentslearnadvancedmassagetherapytechniquesbuildinguponpreviouslygainedknowledgeandskills.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletoapplyspecifictherapeuticmassagetechniquestovariousregionsofthebody.MSG203.PATHOLOGY.3hours.Thiscoursepresentsbaselineinformationonpathologieswhichmassagetherapistsmayencounterinclinicalpracticeincludingconditionsofthemusculoskeletalneurologicalcardiovascularlymphaticintegumentarydigestiveendocrineandimmunesystems.Contentwillincludeetiologysymptomatologymedicalapproachestotreatmentandthepotentialpositiveornegativeimpactofmassage.MSG204.MUSCULOSKELETALANDKINESIOLOGYII.3hours.Inthiscoursestudentslearnadvancedstudyoftheinteractionofthemuscular-skeletalsystemtoincludepalpationtechniquesoftheappendicularregionsofthebody.Studentswilldemonstratethisknowledgethroughcognitiveandperformancebasedmeasurement.MSG205.THERAPEUTICMASSAGESUPERVISEDCLINICALII.2hours.Inthiscoursestudentsarerequiredtodemonstratecompetencyinspecificadvancedtherapeutictechniquesincludingtreatmentpreparationuseofpropertechniquesclientprogressanddocumentation.Studentsarerequiredtoperformaminimumof45hoursofhands-onclientmassages. Northeast137MSG206.NATIONALCERTIFICATIONEXAMREVIEW.1hour.Thiscourseprovidesaconsolidatedandintensivereviewofthebasicareasofexpertiseneededbytheentry-levelmassagetherapist.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletopassacomprehensiveexamoninformationcoveredinthetherapeuticmassageprogram.MATHEMATICSMTHThissymboldenotesthatthecoursesmaybetakenconcurrently.MTH116MTH090MTH098MTH100MTH110MTH112MTH265BUS271MTH231MTH113MTH120BUS272MTH232MTH125MTH126MTH237MTH227MTH238Thissymboldenotesthatthecoursesmaybetakenconcurrently.MTH103MTH090.BASICMATHEMATICS.3hours.Thepurposeofthiscourseistoprovidestudentswithskillsinbasicmathematics.Minimumcontentincludeswholenumbersintegersfractionsdecimalsratioandproportionspercentsandanintroductiontoalgebra.Additionaltopicsmayincludesystemsofmeasurementandbasicgeometry.Attheconclusionofthiscoursestudentsareexpectedtobeabletoperformbasicmathematicaloperations.ThestudentwhoplacesviaCOMPASStotakeMTH090mustfinishthecoursewithaminimumgradeof70oraCbeforetakingMTH098MTH098.ELEMENTARYALGEBRA.3hours.PREREQUISITEMTH090orMTH091orappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.Thiscourseisareviewofthefundamentalsofalgebra.Topicsincludetherealnumbersystemlinearequationsandinequalitiesgraphinglinearequationsintwovariableslawsofexponentspolynominaloperationsandfactoringpolynominals.ThestudentwhoplacesviaCOMPASStotakeMTH098mustfinishthecoursewithaminimumgradeof70oraCbeforetakingMTH100.MTH100.INTERMEDIATECOLLEGEALGEBRA.3hours.BPREREQUISITEMTH098orappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.Thiscourseprovidesastudyofalgebraictechniquessuchaslinearequationsandinequalitiesquadraticequationssystemofequationsandoperationswithexponentsandradicals.Functionsandrelationsareintroducedandgraphedwithspecialemphasisonlinearandquadraticfunctions.ThiscoursedoesnotapplytowardthegeneralcorerequirementformathematicsintheAAorASdegreeprograms.MTH100mayapplytowardthegeneralcorerequirementforAASdegreeprogramsatNortheast.ThestudentwhoplacesviaCOMPASStotakeMTH100mustfinishthecoursewithaminimumgradeof70oraCbeforetakingMTH110orMTH112.MTH103.INTRODUCTIONTOTECHNICALMATHEMATICS.3hours.CPREREQUISITEMTH098orappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.Thiscourseisdesignedforthestudentintechnologyneedingsimplearithmeticalgebraicandrighttriangletrigonometricskills.ThisisaterminalcoursedesignedforstudentsseekinganAASdegreeanddoesnotmeetthegeneralcorerequirementsformathematics.MTH110.FINITEMATHEMATICS.3hours.APREREQUISITEAllcoremathematicscoursesinAlabamamusthaveasaminimumprerequisitehighschoolAlgebraIGeometryandAlgebraIIwithanappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.AnalternativetothisisthatthestudentshouldsuccessfullypasswithaCorhigherIntermediateCollegeAlgebra.Thiscourseisintendedtogiveanoverviewoftopicsinfinitemathematicstogetherwiththeirapplicationsandistakenprimarilybystudentswhoarenotmajoringinscienceengineeringcommerceormathematicsi.e.studentswhoarenotrequiredtotakeCalculus.Thiscoursewilldrawonandsignificantlyenhancethestudentsarithmeticandalgebraicskills.ThecourseincludessetscountingpermutationscombinationsbasicprobabilityincludingBayesTheoremandintroductiontostatisticsincludingworkwithBinomialDistributionsandNormalDistributionsmatricesandtheirapplicationstoMarkovchainsanddecisiontheory.Additionaltopicsmayincludesymboliclogiclinearmodelslinearprogrammingthesimplexmethodandapplications.MTH112.PRECALCULUSALGEBRA.3hours.APREREQUISITEAllcoremathematicscoursesinAlabamamusthaveasaminimumprerequisitehighschoolAlgebraIGeometryandAlgebraIIwithanappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.AnalternativetothisisthatthestudentshouldsuccessfullypasswithCorhigherIntermediateCollegeAlgebraMTH100.Thiscourseemphasizesthealgebraoffunctions-includingpolynomialrationalexponentialandlogarithmicfunctions.Thecoursealsocoverssystemsofequationsandinequalitiesquadraticinequalitiesandthebinomialtheorem.AdditionaltopicsmayincludematricesCramersRuleandmathematicalinduction. Northeast138MTH113.PRECALCULUSTRIGONOMETRY.3hours.APREREQUISITEAllcoremathematicscoursesinAlabamamusthaveasaminimumprerequisitehighschoolAlgebraIGeometryandAlgebraIIwithanappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.AnalternativetothisisthatthestudentshouldsuccessfullypasswithaCorhigherMTH112.Thiscourseincludesthestudyoftrigonometriccircularfunctionsandinversetrigonometricfunctionsandincludesextensiveworkwithtrigonometricidentitiesandtrigonometricequations.ThecoursealsocoversvectorscomplexnumbersDeMoivresTheoremandpolarcoordinates.Additionaltopicsmayincludeconicsectionssequencesandusingmatricestosolvelinearsystems.MTH116.MATHEMATICALAPPLICATIONS.3hours.CPREREQUISITEMTH090orMTH091orappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.Thiscourseprovidespracticalapplicationsofmathematicsandincludesselectedtopicsfromconsumermathandalgebra.Sometopicsincludedareintegerspercentinterestratioandproportionmetricsystemprobabilitylinearequationsandproblemsolving.ThisisaterminalcoursedesignedforstudentsseekinganAASdegreeanddoesnotmeetthegeneralcorerequirementsformathematicsintheAAorASdegreeprograms.MTH116mayapplytowardthegeneralcorerequirementforAASdegreeprogramsatNortheast.MTH120.CALCULUSANDITSAPPLICATIONS.3hours.APREREQUISITEAllcoremathematicscoursesinAlabamamusthaveasaminimumprerequisitehighschoolAlgebraIGeometryandAlgebraIIwithanappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.AnalternativetothisisthatthestudentshouldsuccessfullypasswithaCorhigherMTH112.ThiscourseisintendedtogiveabroadoverviewofcalculusandistakenprimarilybystudentsmajoringinCommerceandBusinessAdministration.Itincludesdifferentiationandintegrationofalgebraicexponentialandlogarithmicfunctionsandapplicationstobusinessandeconomics.ThecourseshouldincludefunctionsofseveralvariablespartialderivativesincludingapplicationsLagrangeMultipliersLHopitalsRuleandmultipleintegrationincludingapplications.MTH125.CALCULUSI.4hours.APREREQUISITEAllcoremathematicscoursesinAlabamamusthaveasaminimumprerequisitehighschoolAlgebraIGeometryandAlgebraIIwithanappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.AnalternativetothisisthatthestudentshouldsuccessfullypasswithaCorhigherMTH113orMTH115.Thisisthefirstofthreecoursesinthebasiccalculussequencetakenprimarilybystudentsinscienceengineeringandmathematics.Topicsincludethelimitofafunctionthederivativeofalgebraictrigonometricexponentialandlogarithmicfunctionsandthedefiniteintegralanditsbasicapplicationstoareaproblems.Applicationsofthederivativearecoveredindetailincludingapproximationsoferrorusingdifferentialsmaximumandminimumproblemsandcurvesketchingusingcalculus.MTH126.CALCULUSII.4hours.APREREQUISITEMTH125.Thisisthesecondofthreecoursesinthebasiccalculussequence.Topicsincludevectorsintheplaneandinspacelinesandplanesinspaceapplicationsofintegrationsuchasvolumearclengthworkandaveragevaluetechniquesofintegrationinfiniteseriespolarcoordinatesandparametricequations.MTH227.CALCULUSIII.4hours.APREREQUISITEMTH126.Thisisthethirdofthreecoursesinthebasiccalculussequence.TopicsincludevectorfunctionsfunctionsoftwoormorevariablespartialderivativesincludingapplicationsquadricsurfacesmultipleintegrationandvectorcalculusincludingGreensTheoremCurlandDivergencesurfaceintegralsandStokesTheorem.MTH231.MATHFORTHEELEMENTARYTEACHERI.3hours.BPREREQUISITEMTH100.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovideappropriateinsightsintomathematicsforstudentsmajoringinelementaryeducationandtoensurethatstudentsgoingintoelementaryeducationaremorethanproficientatperformingbasicarithmeticoperations.Topicsincludelogicsetsandfunctionsoperationsandpropertiesofwholenumbersandintegersincludingnumbertheoryuseofmanipulativesbyteacherstodemonstrateabstractconceptsandbystudentswhilelearningtheseabstractconceptsasemphasizedintheclass.Uponcompletionstudentsarerequiredtodemonstrateproficiencyineachtopicstudiedaswellastolearnteachingtechniquesthataregradelevelandsubjectmatterappropriateandtestformathematicalproficiencyandthelearningofteachingconcepts.MTH232.MATHFORTHEELEMENTARYTEACHERII.3hours.BPREREQUISITEMTH231.Thiscourseisthesecondofathree-coursesequenceandisdesignedtoprovideappropriateinsightsintomathematicsforstudentsmajoringinelementaryeducationandtoensurethatstudentsgoingintoelementaryeducationaremoreproficientatperformingbasicarithmeticoperations.Topicsincludenumerationskillswithfractionsdecimalsandpercentageselementaryconceptsofprobabilityandstatisticsandanalyticgeometryconceptsassociatedwithlinearequationsandinequalities.Theuseofmanipulativesandcalculatorsintheteachingandlearningprocessisstressed.Uponcompletionstudentswilltestformathematicalproficiencyandthelearningofteachingconcepts.Studentsalsowilldemonstrateanappropriateteachingtechniquebypreparingalessonandteachingittotheclassfortheirfinalexamgrade.MTH237.LINEARALGEBRA.3hours.APREREQUISITEMTH126.Thiscourseintroducesthebasictheoryoflinearequationsandmatricesrealvectorspacesbasesanddimensionlineartransformationsandmatricesdeterminantseigenvaluesandeigenvectorsinnerproductspacesandthediagonalizationofsymmetricmatrices.Additionaltopicsmayincludequadraticformsandtheuseofmatrixmethodstosolvesystemsoflineardifferentialequations.MTH238.APPLIEDDIFFERENTIALEQUATIONSI.3hours.ACOREQUISITEMTH227.Anintroductiontonumericalmethodsqualitativebehavioroffirstorderdifferentialequationstechniquesforsolvingseparableandlinearequationsanalyticallyandapplicationstovariousmodelse.g.populationsmotionchemicalmixturesetc.techniquesforsolvinghigherorderlineardifferentialequationswithconstantcoefficientsgeneraltheoryundeterminedcoefficientsreductionoforderandthe Northeast139methodofvariationofparameterswithemphasisoninterpretingthebehaviorofthesolutionsandapplicationstophysicalmodelswhosegoverningequationsareofhigherordertheLaplacetransformasatoolforthesolutionofinitialvalueproblemswhoseininhomogeneoustermsarediscontinuous.MTH265.ELEMENTARYSTATISTICS.3hours.BPREREQUISITEMTH100orappropriatemathematicsplacementscore.Thiscourseprovidesanintroductiontomethodsofstatisticsincludingthefollowingtopicssamplingfrequencydistributionsmeasuresofcentraltendencygraphicrepresentationreliabilityhypothesistestingconfidenceintervalsanalysisregressionestimationandapplications.Probabilitypermutationscombinationsbinomialtheoremrandomvariablesanddistributionsmaybeincluded.MEDICALASSISTANTMATMEDICALASSISTANTPROGRAMMATMAT101.MEDICALTERMINOLOGY.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedformedicalassistantsstudentnursesandothersinmedicallyrelatedfields.Thecoursewillfocusonthemorecommonprefixesrootsandsuffixesusedtoconstructthelanguageofmedicinewiththesewordpartstodeterminethemeaningsofneworunfamiliarterms.Thestudentwilllearnasystemofwordbuildingwhichwillenablethemtointerpretmedicalterms.COREMAT102.MEDICALASSISTINGTHEORYI.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithanoverviewofthestructuralorganizationofthehumanbody.Specifictopicsincludeanatomicaldescriptorsbodyplanesdirectionaltermsbodycavitiesspecifiedmajororgansnormalfunctionsofbodysystemsandcommonrelatedpathologyanalysisofpathologyasrelatedtointeractionofbodysystemsimplicationofdiseaseanddisabilitywhenhomeostasisisnotmaintainedandimplicationsoftreatmentofrelatedpathology.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateabasicworkingknowledgeofthesebodysystems.ThisisaCOREcourse.MAT103.MEDICALASSISTINGTHEORYII.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithinformationofselectsystemsofthehumanbody.Specifictopicsincludespecifiedmajororgansnormalfunctionsofbodysystemsandcommonrelatedpathologyanalysisofpathologyasrelatedtointeractionofbodysystemsimplicationofdiseaseanddisabilitywhenhomeostasisisnotmaintainedandimplicationsoftreatmentofrelatedpathology.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateabasicworkingknowledgeofthesebodysystems.ThisisaCOREcourse.MAT111.CLINICALPROCEDURESIFORTHEMEDICALPATIENT.3hours.Thiscourseincludesinstructioninclinicalexaminingroomprocedures.Topicsincludeasepsisinfectioncontrolassistingwithexaminationandpatienteducation.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletodemonstratecompetenceinexamroomprocedures.COREMAT120.MEDICALADMINISTRATIVEPROCEDURESI.3hours.Thiscourseintroducesmedicalofficeadministrativeprocedures.Topicsincludeappointmentschedulingtelephonetechniquesmanagingthephysiciansschedulehandlingmailpreparingandmaintainingmedicalrecordsandpatientorientation.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformbasicmedicaladministrativeskills.ThisisaCOREcourse.MAT121.MEDICALADMINISTRATIVEPROCEDURESII.3hours.ThiscourseintroducesmedicalofficeadministrativeproceduresnotcoveredinMedicalAdministrativeProceduresI.TopicsincludefeescreditandcollectionsbankingbookkeepingPayrollandcomputerizedfinanceapplications.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletomanagefinancialaspectsofmedicaloffices.COREMAT125.LABORATORYPROCEDURESIFORTHEMEDICALPATIENT.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructioninbasiclabtechniquesusedbythemedicalassistant.TopicsincludelabsafetyqualitycontrolcollectingandprocessingspecimensperformingselectivediagnostictestssuchasaCBCscreeningandfollow-upoftestresultsandOSHACLIAregulations.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformbasiclabtestsskillsbasedoncoursetopics.COREMAT128.MEDICALLAWANDETHICSFORTHEMEDICALASSISTANT.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesbasicinformationrelatedtothelegalrelationshipofpatientandphysician.TopicstobecoveredincludecreationandterminationofcontractsimpliedandinformedconsentprofessionalliabilityinvasionofprivacymalpracticetortliabilitybreachofcontractandtheMedicalPracticeAct.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletorecognizeethicalandlegalimplicationsofthesetopicsastheyrelatetothemedicalassistant.COREMAT200.MANAGEMENTOFOFFICEEMERGENCIES.2hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoinstructstudentsinhandlingemergenciesinthemedicaloffice.Emergenciespresentedwillincludecardiovascularemergenciesdiabeticemergenciesseizuressyncopehyperthermiaandhypothermiashockmusculoskeletalemergenciesandpoisoning.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletorecognizeemergencysituationsandtakeappropriateactions.COREMAT211.CLINICALPROCEDURESIIFORTHEMEDICALASSISTANT.3hours.Thiscourseincludesinstructioninvitalsignsandspecialexaminationprocedures.Emphasisisplacedoninterviewingskillsappropriatetriageandpreparingpatientsfordiagnosticprocedures.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoassistwithspecialprocedures.COREMAT215.LABORATORYPROCEDURESIIFORTHEMEDICALPATIENT.3hours.Thiscourseinstructsthestudentinthefundamentaltheoryandlabapplicationforthemedicaloffice.Microbiologyurinalysisserologybloodchemistryandvenipuncturetheoryaswellasvenipuncturecollectionproceduresarediscussedandperformed.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformbasiclabtestsskillsoncoursetopics.InstructionfromthiscourseisbasedontheEducationalCompetenciesfortheMedicalAssistantForCAAHEPAccreditedMedicalAssistingEducationalPrograms2008standards.CORE Northeast140MAT216.MEDICALPHARMACOLOGYFORTHEMEDICALOFFICE.4hours.Thiscourseteachesthecommonlyadministereddrugsusedinthemedicalfieldincludingtheirclassificationsactionsindicationscontraindicationsandsideeffectsonthebody.Correctdemonstrationofdrugcalculationpreparationadministrationanddocumentationarealsotaught.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstratesafedrugadministrationandrecognizecommonmedicalclassificationsandtheirpatientimplications.COREMAT220.MEDICALOFFICEINSURANCE.3hours.Inthiscourseemphasisisplacedoninsuranceprocedureswithadvanceddiagnosticandproceduralcodingintheoutpatientfacility.Studywillincludecorrectcompletionofinsuranceformsandcoding.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateproficiencyincodingforreimbursements.COREMAT228.MEDICALASSISTANTREVIEWCOURSE.1hour.Thiscourseincludesageneralreviewofadministrativeandclinicalfunctionsperformedinamedicaloffice.Thecoursewillassistthestudentorgraduateinpreparingfornationalcredentialingexamination.MAT229.MEDICALASSISTINGPRECEPTORSHIP.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidetheopportunitytoapplyclinicallaboratoryandadministrativeskillsinaphysiciansofficeclinicoroutpatientfacility.Thestudentwillgainexperienceinapplyingknowledgelearnedintheclassroominenhancingcompetenceinstrengtheningprofessionalcommunicationsandinteractions.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformasanentry-levelMedicalAssistant.ContentofthiscourseisalignedwithstandardsandguidelinesfromtheAmericanAssociationofMedicalAssisting.COREMAT239.PHLEBOTOMYPRECEPTORSHIP.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidetheopportunitytoapplyphlebotomytechniquesinthephysiciansclinicandhospitalsetting.Emphasisisplacedontrainingindividualstoproperlycollectandhandlespecimensforlaboratorytestingandtointeractwithhealthcarepersonnelpatientsandthegeneralpublic.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbepreparedforentry-levelphlebotomyandtositforthePhlebotomyTechnicianExaminationASCP.MUSICMULCLASSPERFORMANCEINSTRUCTIONGroupinstructionisavailableinvoicepianowoodwindsbrasspercussionandfrettedinstrumentsforstudentswithlittleornoprevioustraining.Emphasisisplacedontherudimentsofmusicbasicperformancetechniqueandgeneralmusicianshipskills.Uponcompletionofoneorasequenceofcoursesstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateabasicproficiencyinsingingorplayingandaknowledgeofmusicfundamentals.MUL101-102201-202.CLASSPIANOIIIIIIIV.1hour.CMUL111-112211-212.CLASSVOICEIIIIIIIV.1hour.CMUL161-162.CLASSFRETTEDINSTRUMENTSIII.1hour.CMUL170-171270-271.MUSICWORKSHOPIIIIIIIV.1-3hours.CThesecoursesareseminarclinicsinadvancedrehearsalperformancetechniques.Emphasisisplacedonintensiverehearsaltechniquesrequiredforadvancedorspecializedperformancegroups.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoeffectivelyparticipateinperformancespresentedbythistypeofensemble.MUL180-181280-281.CHORUSIIIIIIIV.2hours.CMUL182-183282-283.VOCALENSEMBLEIIIIIIIV.1hour.CMUL184-185284-285.JAZZSHOWCHOIRENCOREI-IIIII-IV.1-2hours.CPREREQUISITEPermissionoftheinstructor.Thesecoursesprovideanopportunityforstudentstoparticipateinaperformingensemble.Emphasisisplacedonrehearsingandperformingliteratureappropriatetothemissionandgoalsofthegroup.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoeffectivelyparticipateinperformancespresentedbytheensemble.Thecourseisopenbyauditiononly.MUL192-193-292-293.JAZZCOMBOIIIIIIIV.1hour.CMUL196-197296-297.JAZZBANDIIIIIIIV.1-2hours.CPREREQUISITEPermissionoftheinstructor.Thesecoursesprovideanopportunityforstudentstoparticipateinaperformingensemble.Emphasisisplacedonrehearsingandperformingliteratureappropriatetothemissionandgoalsofthegroup.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoeffectivelyparticipateinperformancespresentedbytheensemble.MUSICMUSCLASSINSTRUCTIONMUS101.MUSICAPPRECIATION.3hours.AThiscourseisdesignedfornon-musicmajorsandrequiresnopreviousmusicalexperience.Itisasurveycoursethatincorporatesseveralmodesofinstructionincludinglectureguidedlisteningandsimilarexperiencesinvolvingmusic.Thecoursewillcoveraminimumofthree3stylisticperiodsprovideamulti-culturalperspectiveandincludebothvocalandinstrumentalgenres.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateaknowledgeofmusicfundamentalstheaestheticstylisticcharacteristicsofhistoricalperiodsandanauralperceptionofstyleandstructureinmusic.MUS110.BASICMUSICIANSHIP.3hours.CThiscourseisdesignedtoproviderudimentarymusicknowledgeandskillsforthestudentwithalimitedmusicbackground.Topicsincludeastudyofnotationrhythmscaleskeysintervalschordsandbasicsightsingingandeartrainingskills.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoreadandunderstandmusicalscoresanddemonstratebasicsightsingingandeartrainingskillsforrhythmmelodyandharmony. Northeast141MUS111.MUSICTHEORYI.4hours.BPREREQUISITEMUS110orsuitableplacementscoreorpermissionoftheinstructor.ThiscourseintroducesthestudenttothediatonicharmonicpracticesintheCommonPracticePeriod.Topicsincludefundamentalmusicalmaterialsrhythmpitchscalesintervalsdiatonicharmoniesandanintroductiontotheprinciplesofvoiceleadingandharmonicprogression.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateabasiccompetencyusingdiatonicharmonythroughanalysiswritingsightsingingdictationandkeyboardskills.MUS112.MUSICTHEORYII.4hours.BPREREQUISITEMUS111.ThiscoursecompletesthestudyofdiatonicharmonicpracticesintheCommonPracticePeriodandintroducessimplemusicalforms.Topicsincludeprinciplesofvoiceleadingusedinthree-andfour-parttriadicharmonyanddiatonicseventhchordsnon-chordtonescadencesphrasesandperiods.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstratecompetenceusingdiatonicharmonythroughanalysiswritingsightsingingdictationandkeyboardskills.MUS115.FUNDAMENTALSOFMUSIC.3hours.CThiscourseisdesignedtoteachthebasicfundamentalsofmusicanddevelopusablemusicalskillsfortheclassroomteacher.TopicsincluderhythmicnotationsimpleandcompoundmeterspitchnotationcorrectsingingtechniquesphraseskeyboardawarenesskeysignaturesscalesintervalsandharmonyusingIIVandVwithachordalinstrument.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletosingasongharmonizeasimpletunedemonstraterhythmicpatternsandidentifymusicalconceptsthroughwrittendocumentation.MUS217.JAZZIMPROVISATION.1-3hours.CPREREQUISITEPermissionoftheinstructor.Thiscourseisdesignedtopreparethestudentwiththetheoreticalbackgroundandimprovisationaltechniquesutilizedinjazzperformance.Emphasisisplacedontheunderstandingofchordstructureschordprogressionsscalestructuresandmelodicdesign.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformanimprovisationalsolowithajazzensemble.MUS251.INTRODUCTIONTOCONDUCTING.3hours.CPREREQUISITEMUS110andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseintroducesthefundamentalsofconductingchoralandorinstrumentalensembles.Topicsincludeastudyofsimpleandcompoundmetersscorereadingandtechniquesforconductingeffectiverehearsals.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoprepareandconductachoralandorinstrumentalscoreinarehearsalorperformancesetting.MUSICMUPINDIVIDUALPERFORMANCEINSTRUCTIONIndividualperformanceinstructionisavailableinkeyboardinstrumentsvoicewoodwindsbrasspercussionandfrettedinstruments.Emphasisisplacedondevelopingtechniquerepertoireandperformanceskillscommensuratewiththestudentseducationalgoals.Studentsarerequiredtopracticeaminimumoffivehoursperweekforeachcredithour.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoeffectivelyperformassignedrepertoireandtechnicalstudiesinanappropriateperformanceevaluationsetting.MUP101-102201-202.PRIVATEPIANOIIIIIIIV.2hours.CMUP111-112211-212.PRIVATEVOICEIIIIIIIV.2hours.CMUP133-134233-234.PRIVATEGUITAR.2hours.CMUP135-136235-236.PRIVATEFRETTEDINSTRUMENTSOTHERTHANGUITARIIIIIIIV.2hours.CMUP141-142241-242.PRIVATEFLUTEIIIIIIIV.2hours.CMUP143-144243-244.PRIVATECLARINETIIIIIIIV.2hours.CMUP145-146245-246.PRIVATESAXOPHONEIIIIIIIV.2hours.CMUP161-162261-262.PRIVATETRUMPETIIIIIIIV.2hours.CMUP163-164263.PRIVATEFRENCHHORNIIIIII.2hours.CMUP171-172271-272.PRIVATETROMBONEIIIIIIIV.2hours.CMUP181-182281.PRIVATEPERCUSSIONIIIIII.2hours.CNURSINGASSISTANTANDHOMEHEALTHCARENAS100.LONG-TERMCARENURSINGASSISTANT.4hours.Thiscoursefulfillstheseventy-five75hourOmnibusBudgetReconciliationActOBRArequirementsfortrainingoflong-termcarenursingassistantsinpreparationforcertificationthroughcompetencyevaluation.Emphasisisplacedonthedevelopmentoftheknowledgeattitudesandskillsrequiredofthelong-termcarenursingassistant.Uponcompletionofthiscoursethestudentshoulddemonstratesatisfactoryperformanceonwrittenexaminationsandclinicalskills.NURSINGNURNUR102.FUNDAMENTALSOFNURSING.6hours.3-2-1PREREQUISITEAdmissiontoNursingProgram.Thiscourseprovidesopportunitiestodevelopcompetenciesnecessarytomeettheneedsofindividualsthroughoutthelifespaninasafelegalandethicalmannerusingthenursingprocess.Studentslearnconceptsandtheoriesbasictotheartandscienceofnursing.Theroleofthenurseasamemberofthehealthcareteamisemphasized.Studentsareintroducedtotheconceptsofclientneedssafetycommunicationteachinglearningcriticalthinkingethical-legalculturaldiversitynursinghistoryandtheprogramsphilosophyofnursing.Additionallythiscourseintroducespsychomotornursingskillsneededtoassistindividualsinmeetingbasichumanneeds.Skillsnecessaryformaintainingmicrobialphysicalandpsychologicalsafetyareintroducedalongwithskillsneededintherapeuticinterventions.Attheconclusionofthiscoursestudentsdemonstratecompetencyinperformingbasicnursingskillsforindividualswithcommonhealthalterations. Northeast142NUR103.HEALTHASSESSMENT.1hour.0-1-0PREREQUISITEAdmissiontoNursingProgram.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidestudentstheopportunitytolearnandpracticehistorytakingandphysicalexaminationskillswithindividualsofallageswithemphasisontheadult.Thefocusisonsymptomanalysisalongwithphysicalpsychosocialandgrowthanddevelopmentassessments.Studentswillbeabletoutilizecriticalthinkingskillsinidentifyinghealthalterationsformulatingnursingdiagnosesanddocumentingfindingsappropriatetonursing.NUR104.INTRODUCTIONTOPHARMACOLOGY.1hour.0-1-0PREREQUISITEAdmissiontoNursingProgram.Thiscourseprovidesopportunitiestodevelopcompetenciesnecessarytomeettheneedsofindividualsthroughoutthelifespaninasafelegalandethicalmannerusingthenursingprocess.Thiscourseintroducesstudentstobasicprinciplesofpharmacologyandtheknowledgenecessarytosafelyadministermedication.Coursecontentincludeslegalimplicationspharmacokineticspharmacodynamicscalculationsofdugdosagesmedicationadministrationandanoverviewofdrugclassifications.Studentswillbeabletocalculateandadministermedications.NUR105.ADULTNURSING.8hours.5-1-2PREREQUISITESNUR102103104BIO201MTH116100.Thiscourseprovidesopportunitiestodevelopcompetenciesnecessarytomeettheneedsofindividualsthroughoutthelifespaninasafelegalandethicalmannerusingthenursingprocess.Emphasisisplacedonprovidingcaretoindividualsundergoingsurgeryfluidandelectrolyteimbalanceandcommonalterationsinrespiratorymusculoskeletalgastrointestinalcardiovascularendocrineandintegumentarysystems.Nutritionpharmacologycommunicationculturalandcommunityconceptsareintegrated.NUR106.MATERNALANDCHILDNURSING.5hours.4-0-1PREREQUISITESNUR102103104BIO201MTH116100.Thiscoursefocusesontheroleofthenurseinmeetingthephysiologicalpsychosocialculturalanddevelopmentalneedsofthematernalandchildclient.Coursecontentincludesantepartalintrapartalandpostpartalcarecomplicationsofpregnancynewborncarehumangrowthanddevelopmentpediatriccareandselectedpediatricalterations.Nutritionpharmacologyculturaldiversityuseoftechnologycommunicationanatomyandphysiologyreviewmedicalterminologycriticalthinkingandapplicationofthenursingprocessareintegratedthroughoutthiscourse.UponcompletionofthiscoursestudentswillbeabletoprovideandmanagecareformaternalandpediatricclientsinavarietyofsettingsNUR107.ADULTCHILDNURSING.8hours.5-0-3PREREQUISITESNUR105106BIO202ENG101.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithopportunitiestodevelopcompetenciesnecessarytomeettheneedsofindividualsthroughoutthelifespaninasafelegalandethicalmannerusingthenursingprocessinavarietyofsettings.Emphasisisplacedonprovidingcaretoindividualsexperiencingcomplexalterationsinsensoryperceptualreproductiveendocrinegenitourinaryneurologicalimmunecardiovascularandlowergastrointestinalsystems.Additionalinstructionisprovidedforcareforclientsexperiencingburnscancerandemergentconditions.Nutritionpharmacologytherapeuticcommunicationcommunityculturaldiversityhealthpromotionerrorpreventioncriticalthinkingimpactsonmaternalandchildclientsareintegratedthroughoutthecourse.NUR108.PSYCHOSOCIALNURSING.3hours.2-0-1PREREQUISITESNUR105106BIO202ENG101.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovideanoverviewofpsychosocialadaptationandcopingconceptsusedwhencaringforclientswithacuteandchronicalterationsinmentalhealthinavarietyofsettings.Topicsincludetherapeuticcommunicationskillsnormalandabnormalbehaviorstreatmentmodalitiesanddevelopmentalneeds.Uponcompletionofthiscoursestudentswilldemonstratetheabilitytoassistclientsinmaintainingpsychosocialintegritythroughtheuseofthenursingprocess.NUR109.ROLETRANSITIONFORTHEPRACTICALNURSE.3hours.2-1-0PREREQUISITESNUR105106BIO202ENG101.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithopportunitiestogainknowledgeandskillsnecessarytotransitionfromstudenttopracticingnurse.Contentincludesadiscussionofcurrentissuesinhealthcarepracticalnursingleadershipandmanagementprofessionalpracticeissuesandtransitionintotheworkplace.EmphasisisplacedonNCLEX-PNtest-takingskillscomputer-assistedsimulationsandpracticetestsdevelopmentofaprescriptiveplanforremediationandreviewofselectivecontentspecifictothepracticeofpracticalnursing.NUR200.LPNROLETRANSITIONTOASSOCIATEDEGREENURSERN5hours.3-1-1PREREQUISITESMTH100BIO201BIO202ENG101.ThiscoursefocusesonapplicationofnursingsciencetoassisttheLicensedPracticalNurseLPNtransitioningintotheroleoftheassociatedegreenurseADN.Emphasisinthiscourseisplacedonevidencedbasedclinicaldecisionmakingandnursingcareprovidedinafamilyandcommunitycontextforavarietyofhealthalterationsacrossthelifespan.UponsuccessfulcompletionofthecoursestudentswillbeabletoarticulateintotheADNprogram.NUR201.NURSINGTHROUGHTHELIFESPANI.5hours.3-0-2PREREQUISITESNUR105106BIO202ENG101.Thiscourseprovidesopportunitiestodevelopcompetenciesnecessarytomeettheneedsofindividualsthroughoutthelifespaninasafelegalandethicalmannerusingthenursingprocess.Studentsmanageandprovidecollaborativecaretoclientswhoareexperiencingselectedalterationsingastrointestinalreproductivesensoryandendocrinesystemsinavarietyofsettings.Additionalinstructionisprovidedforoncologymentalhealthteachinglearningconceptsandadvanceddosagecalculations.Nutritionpharmacologycommunicationculturalandcommunityconceptsareintegrated.NUR202.NURSINGTHROUGHTHELIFESPANII.6hours.3-0-3PREREQUISITESNUR201BIO220PSY200.Thiscoursebuildsuponpreviousinstructionandprovidesadditionalopportunitiestodevelopcompetenciesnecessarytomeettheneedsofindividualsthroughoutthelifespaninasafelegalandethicalmannerusingthenursingprocess.Studentsmanageandprovidecollaborativecaretoclientswhoareexperiencingselectedalterationsincardiovascularhematologicimmuneandgenitourinarysystemsinavarietyofsettings.Additionalinstructionisprovidedforpsychiatricdisordersandhigh-riskobstetrics.Teachinglearning Northeast143conceptsadvanceddosagecalculationsnutritionpharmacologycommunicationculturalandcommunityconceptsareintegrated.NUR203.NURSINGTHROUGHTHELIFESPANIII.6hours.4-0-2PREREQUISITESNUR202SPH107PSY210.Thiscoursebuildsuponpreviousinstructionandprovidesadditionalopportunitiestodevelopcompetenciesnecessarytomeettheneedsofindividualsthroughoutthelifespaninasafelegalandethicalmannerusingthenursingprocess.Studentsmanageandprovidecollaborativecaretoclientswhoareexperiencingselectedalterationsincardiovascularrespiratoryandneurologicalsystemsinavarietyofsettings.Additionalinstructionisprovidedforselectedmentalhealthdisordersselectedemergenciesmultipleorgandysfunctionsyndromeandrelateddisorders.Teachinglearningconceptsadvanceddosagecalculationsnutritionpharmacologycommunicationculturalandcommunityconceptsareintegrated.NUR204.ROLETRANSITIONFORTHEREGISTEREDNURSE.4hours.2-0-2PREREQUISITESNUR202SPH107PSY210.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswithopportunitiestogainknowledgeandskillsnecessarytotransitionfromstudenttoregisterednurse.Contentincludescurrentissuesinhealthcarenursingleadershipandmanagementprofessionalpracticeissuesforregisterednursesandtransitionintotheworkplace.AdditionalinstructionisprovidedforpreparingfortheNCLEX-RN.OFFICEADMINISTRATIONOADOAD101.BEGINNINGKEYBOARDING.3hours.CThiscourseisdesignedtoenablethestudenttousethetouchmethodofkeyboardingthroughclassroominstructionandoutsidelab.Emphasisonspeedandaccuracyinkeyingalphabeticsymbolandnumericinformationusingthetypewriterormicrocomputerkeyboard.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstratepropertechniqueandanacceptablerateofspeedandaccuracyasdefinedbythecoursesyllabusintheproductionofbasicbusinessdocumentssuchasmemoslettersreportsandtables.OAD103.INTERMEDIATEKEYBOARDING.3hours.CPREREQUISITEOAD101orpermissionofinstructor.Thiscourseisdesignedtoassistthestudentinincreasingspeedandaccuracyusingthetouchmethodofkeyboardingthroughclassroominstructionandoutsidelab.Emphasisisontheproductionofbusinessdocumentssuchasmemorandalettersreportstablesandoutlines.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstrateproficiencyandanacceptablerateofspeedandaccuracyasdefinedbythecoursesyllabusintheproductionofbusinessdocuments.OAD125.WORDPROCESSING.3hours.CPREREQUISITEOAD101orpermissionofinstructor.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwithbasicwordprocessingskillsthroughclassroominstructionandoutsidelab.Emphasisisontheutilizationofsoftwarefeaturestocreateeditandprintcommonofficedocuments.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstratetheabilitytouseindustry-standardsoftwaretogenerateappropriatelyformattedaccurateandattractivebusinessdocumentssuchasmemolettersandreports.OAD126.ADVANCEDWORDPROCESSING.3hours.CPREREQUISITEOAD125orpermissionofinstructor.Thiscourseisdesignedtoincreasestudentproficiencyinusingtheadvancedwordprocessingfunctionsthroughclassroominstructionandoutsidelab.Emphasisisontheuseofindustry-standardsoftwaretomaximizeproductivity.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstratetheabilitytogeneratecomplexdocumentssuchasformsnewslettersandmulti-pagedocuments.OAD130.ELECTRONICCALCULATIONS.3hours.CThiscourseisdesignedtoteachthetouchsystemandproblem-solving.Emphasisisonbasicmathematicalfunctions.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstrateanacceptablerateofspeedandaccuracyasdefinedbythecoursesyllabustosolveproblemsbasedontypingbusinessapplications.OAD131.BUSINESSENGLISH.3hours.CThiscourseisdesignedtodevelopthestudentsabilitytouseproperEnglish.Emphasisisongrammarspellingvocabularypunctuationwordusageworddivisionandproofreading.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletowriteandspeakeffectively.OAD138.RECORDSINFORMATIONMANAGEMENT.3hours.CThiscourseisdesignedtogivethestudentknowledgeaboutmanagingofficerecordsandinformation.Emphasisisonbasicfilingproceduresmethodssystemssuppliesequipmentandmoderntechnologyusedinthecreationprotectionanddispositionofrecordsstoredinavarietyofforms.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoperformbasicfilingprocedures.OAD200.MACHINETRANSCRIPTION.3hours.CPREREQUISITEOAD103.Thiscourseisdesignedtodevelopmarketableskillsintranscribingvariousformsofdictatedmaterialthroughclassroominstructionandoutsidelab.Emphasisisontheuseofmicrocomputersandacommercialwordprocessingpackage.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoaccuratelytranscribedocumentsfromdictatedrecordings.OAD202.LEGALTRANSCRIPTION.3hours.CPREREQUISITEOAD103orpermissionofinstructor.Thiscourseisdesignedtofamiliarizestudentswithlegaltermsandprovidetranscriptionskilldevelopmentintheproductionoflegalcorrespondenceformsandcourtdocumentsthroughclassroominstructionandoutsidelab.Emphasisisontranscribinglegaldocumentsfromdictatedrecordings.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstratetheabilitytotranscribeaccuratelyappropriatelyformattedlegaldocuments.OAD211.MEDICALTERMINOLOGY.3hours.CThiscourseisdesignedtofamiliarizethestudentwithmedicalterminology.Emphasisisonthespellingdefinitionpronunciationandusageofmedicalterms.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletocommunicateeffectivelyusingmedicalterminology.OAD212.MEDICALTRANSCRIPTION.3hours.CPREREQUISITEOAD103.Thiscourseisdesignedtoorientstudentstostandardmedicalreportscorrespondenceandrelateddocumentstranscribedinamedicalenvironmentthroughclassroominstructionandoutsidelab.Emphasis Northeast144isontranscribingmedicalrecordsandoperatingatranscribingmachineefficiently.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoaccuratelytranscribemedicaldocumentsfromdictatedrecordings.OAD218.OFFICEPROCEDURES.3hours.CPREREQUISITEOAD101.Thiscourseisdesignedtodevelopanawarenessoftheresponsibilitiesandopportunitiesoftheofficeprofessionalthroughclassroominstructionandoutsidelab.Emphasisisoncurrentoperatingfunctionspracticesandproceduresworkhabitsattitudesoralandwrittencommunicationsandprofessionalism.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstratetheabilitytoeffectivelyfunctioninanofficesupportrelationship.OAD231.OFFICEAPPLICATIONS.1-3hours.CThiscourseisdesignedtoenablethestudenttodevelopskillintheuseofintegratedsoftwarethroughclassroomandlabinstruction.Emphasisisontheuseofcomputerizedequipmentsoftwareandcommunicationstechnology.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstrateproficiencyintheselectionofappropriatecomputerizedtoolstocompletedesignatedtasks.OAD241.OFFICECO-OP.1-3hours.CThiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwithanopportunitytoworkinanofficeenvironment.Emphasisisontheintegrationofclassroomlearningwithon-the-jobexperiencesthatrelatemeaningfullytoofficecareers.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletodemonstratetheabilitytoapplyknowledgeandskillsgainedintheclassroomtoanactualworksituation.PARALEGALLEGALASSISTANTPRLPRL101.INTRODUCTIONTOPARALEGALSTUDY.3hours.CThiscourseintroducestheparalegalprofessionandthelegalsystem.Topicsincluderegulationsandconceptsethicscaseanalysislegalreasoningcareeropportunitiescertificationprofessionalorganizationsandotherrelatedtopics.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoexplaintheroleoftheparalegalandidentifytheskillsknowledgeandethicsrequiredoflegalassistants.PRL102.BASICLEGALRESEARCHANDWRITING.3hours.CThiscourseintroducesthetechniquesoflegalresearchandwriting.Emphasisisplacedonlocatinganalyzingapplyingandupdatingsourcesoflaweffectivelegalwritingincludingpropercitationandtheuseofelectronicresearchmethods.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformlegalresearchandwritingassignmentsusingtechniquescoveredinthecourse.PRL103.ADVANCEDLEGALRESEARCHANDWRITING.3hours.CPREREQUISITEPRL102.Thiscoursecoversadvancedtopicsinlegalresearchandwriting.Topicsincludemorecomplexlegalissuesandassignmentsinvolvingpreparationoflegalmemosbriefsandotherdocumentsandtheadvanceduseofelectronicresearchmethods.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformlegalresearchandwritingassignmentsusingtechniquescoveredinthecourse.PRL150.COMMERCIALLAW.3hours.CThiscoursecoverslegallyenforceableagreementsformsoforganizationandselectedportionsoftheUniformCommercialCode.Topicsincludedraftingandenforcementofcontractsleasesandrelateddocumentsandselectionandimplementationofbusinessorganizationformssalesandcommercialpapers.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoapplytheelementsofacontractpreparevariousbusinessdocumentsandunderstandtheroleofcommercialpaper.PRL160.CRIMINALLAWANDPROCEDURE.3hours.CThiscourseintroducessubstantivecriminallawandproceduralrightsoftheaccused.Topicsincludeelementsofstatefederalcrimesdefensesconstitutionalissuespre-trialprocessandotherrelatedtopics.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoexplainelementsofspecificcrimesandassistanattorneyinpreparingacriminalcase.PRL192.SELECTEDTOPICSINPARALEGALI.3hours.CThiscourseprovidesanopportunitytoexploreareasofcurrentinterestinspecificprogramordisciplineareas.Emphasisisplacedonsubjectmatterappropriatetotheprogramordiscipline.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateanunderstandingofthespecificareaofstudy.PRL210.INTRODUCTIONTOREALPROPERTYLAW.3hours.CThiscourseintroducesthestudyofrealpropertylaw.Topicsincludethedistinctionbetweenrealandpersonalpropertyvariousestatesmechanicsofconveyanceandencumbrancerecordationspecialproceedingsandotherrelatedtopics.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifyestatesformsofdeedsrequirementsforrecordingandprocedurestoenforcerightstorealproperty.PRL220.CORPORATELAW.3hours.CThiscoursecoversthelegalaspectsofformingoperatingandmaintainingabusiness.Emphasisisplacedonthebusiness126corporationwithadditionalcoverageofsoleproprietorshipsandpartnerships.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodraftbasicpartnershipandcorporatedocumentsandfilethesedocumentsasrequired.PRL230.DOMESTICLAW.3hours.CThiscoursecoverslawsgoverningdomesticrelations.Topicsincludemarriageseparationdivorcechildcustodysupportpropertydivisionadoptiondomesticviolenceandotherrelatedtopics.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletointerviewclientsgatherinformationanddraftdocumentsrelatedtofamilylaw.PRL240.WILLSESTATESANDTRUSTS.3hours.CThiscoursecoversvarioustypesofwillstrustsprobateestateadministrationandintestacy.Topicsincludetypesofwillsandexecutionrequirementscaveatsanddissentsintestatesuccessioninventoriesandaccountingsdistributionandsettlementandotherrelatedtopics.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodraftsimplewillsprepareestateformsunderstandadministrationofestatesincludingtaxationandexplaintermsregardingtrusts. Northeast145PRL262.CIVILLAWANDPROCEDURES.3hours.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscourseisdesignedtogivethestudentabasicunderstandingofthefederalrulesofcivilprocedureandAlabamarulesofcourt.Thestudentwilldemonstratetheabilitytoprepareatrialnotebookforlitigationpurposes.PRL282.LAWOFFICEMANAGEMENTANDPROCEDURES.3hours.CThiscoursefocusesontheorganizationfunctionpracticesandproceduresofalawoffice.Emphasisisplacedonbasiclawofficemanagementincludingofficelayoutpersonnelequipmentandsuppliesfilingsystemsschedulinganddocketcontrolaswellasthecreationpreparationorganizationandprocessingofpleadingsformsbriefsandotherlegaldocuments.Uponcoursecompletionstudentswillbeabletodemonstrateandapplyappropriatelawofficemanagementtechniquesandprocedures.PRL291.INTERNSHIPINPARALEGALISM.3hours.CPREREQUISITEInstructorpermissionPRL101PRL102.Thiscourseprovidesstudentsopportunitiestoworkinpaidorunpaidpositionsinwhichtheyapplyparalegalskillsandknowledge.Thiscourserequiresaminimumof100hoursofpracticalexperienceinthelegalfieldincludingworkinlawofficesmunicipalcourtsbanksinsurancecompaniesandgovernmentalagenciesandwithdistrictandcircuitcourtjudges.Uponcoursecompletionstudentswillbeabletoapplyinreal-worksettingscompetenciesobtainedinthePRLcurriculum.PHILOSOPHYPHLPHL206.ETHICSANDSOCIETY.3hours.AThiscourseinvolvesthestudyofethicalissueswhichconfrontindividualsinthecourseoftheirdailylives.Thefocusisonthefundamentalquestionsofrightandwrongofhumanrightsandofconflictingobligations.Thestudentshouldbeabletounderstandandbepreparedtomakedecisionsinliferegardingethicalissues.PHYSICALEDUCATIONPEDPED103.WEIGHTTRAININGBEGINNING.1hour.CThiscourseintroducesthebasicsofweighttraining.Emphasisisplacedondevelopingmuscularstrengthmuscularenduranceandmuscletone.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoestablishandimplementapersonalweighttrainingprogram.PED104.WEIGHTTRAININGINTERMEDIATE1hour.CThiscoursecoversadvancedlevelsofeighttraining.Emphasisisplacedonmeetingindividualtraininggoalsandaddressingweighttrainingneedsandinterests.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoestablishandimplementanindividualizedadvancedweighttrainingprogram.PED105.PERSONALFITNESS.1hour.CThiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwithinformationallowinghimhertoparticipateinapersonallydevelopedfitnessprogram.Topicsincludecardiovascularstrengthmuscularenduranceflexibilityandbodycomposition.PED106.AEROBICS.1hour.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseintroducesaprogramofcardiovascularfitnessinvolvingcontinuousrhythmicexercise.Emphasisisplacedondevelopingcardiovascularefficiencystrengthandflexibilityandonsafetyprecautions.Uponcompletionsstudentsshouldbeabletoselectandimplementarhythmicaerobicexerciseprogram.PED109.JOGGING.1hour.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscoursecoversthebasicconceptsinvolvedinsafelyandeffectivelyimprovingcardiovascularfitness.Emphasisisplacedonwalkingjoggingorrunningasameansofachievingfitness.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletounderstandandappreciatethebenefitsderivedfromtheseactivities.PED118.GENERALCONDITIONING.1hour.CThiscourseprovidesanindividualizedapproachtogeneralconditioningutilizingthefivemajorcomponents.Emphasisisplacedonthescientificbasisforsettingupandengaginginpersonalizedphysicalfitnessandconditioningprograms.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletosetupandimplementanindividualizedphysicalfitnessandconditioningprogram.PED126.RECREATIONALGAMES.1hour.CThiscourseisdesignedtogiveanoverviewofavarietyofrecreationalgamesandactivities.Emphasisisplacedontheskillsandrulesnecessarytoparticipateinavarietyoflifetimerecreationalgames.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateanawarenessoftheimportanceofparticipatinginlifetimerecreationalactivities.PED133.TENNISBEGINNING.1hour.CPREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseemphasizesthefundamentalsoftennis.Topicsincludebasicstrokesrulesetiquetteandcourtplay.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoplayrecreationaltennis.PED134.TENNISINTERMEDIATE.1hour.CPREREQUISITEPED133andorasrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseemphasizestherefinementofplayingskills.Topicsincludecontinuingthedevelopmentoffundamentalslearningadvancedservesandstrokesandpaceandstrategiesinsinglesanddoublesplay.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoplaycompetitivetennis.PED150.TAICHI.1hour.CTaiChiisanancientmartialartformthroughwhichthestudentwillimproveflexibilitybalancestrengthandmentaldiscipline.BylearningtheslowanddeliberatemovementsofTaiChithestudentalsowilldevelopproperbreathingandrelaxationtechniquesandenhancejointflexibility.TaiChiskillsareacombinationofstretchingisometricsandisotonicmovementsincombinationwithdiaphragmaticbreathingandposturalmaintenance.PED176.VOLLEYBALLBEGINNING.1hour.CThiscoursecoversthefundamentalsofvolleyball.Emphasisisplacedonthebasicsofservingpassingsettingspikingblockingandtherulesandetiquetteofvolleyball.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoparticipateinrecreationalvolleyball. Northeast146PED188.YOGA.1hour.CThiscourseintroducesbasicinstructioninyogaforbeginners.Emphasisisplacedoninstructioningentlestretchingbreathingpracticesprogressdeeprelaxationandposture.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoparticipateinandappreciatethebenefitsoftheactivity.PED200.FOUNDATIONSOFPHYSICALEDUCATION.3hours.BInthiscoursethehistoryphilosophyandobjectivesofhealthphysicaleducationandrecreationarestudiedwithemphasisonthephysiologicalsociologicalandpsychologicalvaluesofphysicaleducation.Itisrequiredofallphysicaleducationmajors.PHYSICALSCIENCEPHSPHS111.PHYSICALSCIENCEI.4hours.AThiscourseprovidesthenon-technicalstudentwithanintroductiontothebasicprinciplesofastronomygeologyandmeteorology.Laboratoryisrequired.PHS112.PHYSICALSCIENCEII.4hours.AThiscourseprovidesthenon-technicalstudentwithanintroductiontothebasicprincipleofchemistryandphysics.Laboratoryisrequired.PHS121.APPLIEDPHYSICALSCIENCEI.4hours.Thiscourseintroducesthegeneralprinciplesofphysicsandchemistry.TopicsincludedmeasurementmotionNewtonslawsofmotionmomentumenergyworkpowerheatthermodynamicswavessoundlightelectricitymagnetismandchemicalprinciples.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletodemonstrateandunderstandingofthephysicalenvironmentandbeabletoapplythescientificprinciplestoobservationsexperienced.PHS230.INTRODUCTIONTOMETEOROLOGY.4hours.CThiscourseisanintroductorysurveyofmeteorologyemphasizingthehydrologiccyclecloudformationweathermapsforecastingandwindsystems.Localweathersystemswillbegivendetailedstudy.Laboratoryisrequired.PHYSICSPHYPHY115.TECHNICALPHYSICS.4hours.CPREREQUISITEMTH100Technicalphysicsisanalgebrabasedphysicscoursedesignedtoutilizemodularconceptstoincludemotionforcestorqueworkenergyheatwavesoundandelectricity.Resultsofphysicseducationresearchandphysicsapplicationsintheworkplaceareusedtoimprovethestudentsunderstandingofphysicsintechnicalareas.Uponcompletionstudentswillbeabletodefinemotionanddescribespecificmoduleconceptsutilizemicrocomputerstogeneratemotiondiagramsunderstandthenatureofcontactforcesanddistinguishpassiveforcesworkcooperativelytoset-uplaboratoryexercisesanddemonstrateapplicationsofmodule-specificconcepts.PHY120.INTRODUCTIONTOPHYSICS.4hours.CPREREQUISITEMTH098.Thiscourseprovidesanintroductiontogeneralphysicsfornonsciencemajors.TopicsinfundamentalsofmechanicspropertiesofmatterheatandtemperaturesimpleharmonicmotionSHMwavesandsoundelectricityandmagnetismopticsandmodernphysics.Laboratoryisrequired.PHY201.GENERALPHYSICSI-TRIGBASED.4hours.APREREQUISITEMTH113ORequivalent.Thiscourseisdesignedtocovergeneralphysicsatalevelthatassurespreviousexposuretocollegealgebrabasictrigonometry.Specifictopicsincludemechanicspropertiesofmatterandenergythermodynamicsandperiodicmotion.Alaboratoryisrequired.PHY202.GENERALPHYSICSII-TRIGBASED.4hours.APREREQUISITEPHY201.Thiscourseisdesignedtocovergeneralphysicsusingcollegealgebraandbasictrigonometry.Specifictopicsincludewavemotionsoundlightopticselectroplaticscircuitsmagnetismandmodernphysics.Laboratoryisrequired.PHY213.GENERALPHYSICSWITHCALCULUSI.4hours.APREREQUISITEMTH125.Thiscourseprovidesacalculus-basedtreatmentoftheprinciplesubdivisionsofclassicalphysicsmechanicsandenergyincludingthermodynamics.Laboratoryisrequired.PHY214.GENERALPHYSICSWITHCALCULUSII.4hours.APREREQUISITEPHY213.Thiscourseprovidesacalculus-basedstudyinclassicalphysics.Topicsincludedaresimpleharmonicmotionwavessoundlightopticselectricityandmagnetism.Laboratoryisrequired.POLITICALSCIENCEPOLPOL211.AMERICANNATIONALGOVERNMENT.3hours.AThiscoursesurveysthebackgroundconstitutionalprinciplesorganizationandoperationoftheAmericanpoliticalsystem.TopicsincludetheU.S.ConstitutionfederalismcivillibertiescivilrightspoliticalpartiesinterestgroupspoliticalcampaignsvotingbehaviorelectionsthepresidencybureaucracyCongressandthejusticesystem.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifyandexplainrelationshipsamongthebasicelementsofAmericangovernmentandtofunctionasmoreinformedparticipantsoftheAmericanpoliticalsystem.POL220.STATEANDLOCALGOVERNMENT.3hours.BThiscourseisastudyoftheformsoforganizationfunctionsinstitutionsandoperationofAmericanstateandlocalgovernments.EmphasisisplacedonthevarietyofformsandfunctionsofstateandlocalgovernmentswithparticularattentiontothoseinAlabamaandtotheinteractionsbetweenstateandlocalgovernmentandthenationalgovernment.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeableto Northeast147identifyelementsofandexplainrelationshipsamongthestatelocalandnationalgovernmentsoftheU.S.andfunctionasmoreinformedparticipantsofstateandlocalpoliticalsystems.PSYCHOLOGYPSYPSY200.GENERALPSYCHOLOGY.3hours.AThiscourseisasurveyofbehaviorwithemphasisuponpsychologicalprocesses.Thiscourseincludesthebiologicalbasesforbehaviorthinkingemotionmotivationandthenatureanddevelopmentofpersonality.PSY210.HUMANGROWTHANDDEVELOPMENT.3hours.APREREQUISITEPSY200.Thiscourseisthestudyofthepsychologicalsocialandphysicalfactorsthataffecthumanbehaviorfromconceptiontodeath.READINGRDGRDG083.DEVELOPMENTALREADINGI.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoassiststudentswhoseplacementtestscoresindicateseriousdifficultywithdecodingskillscomprehensionvocabularyandstudyskills.Studentsscoringbelow65COMPASSonthereadingsubtestmustcompletethiscoursewithinthefirsttwosemestersofenrollmentasaco-requisitetocollege-levelcourses.TocompleteRDG083studentsmustfinishthecoursewithaminimumgradeofCor70.RELIGIONREL100.HISTORYOFWORLDRELIGIONS.3hours.AThiscourseisdesignedtoacquaintthestudentwiththebeliefsandpracticesofthemajorcontemporaryreligionsoftheworld.ThisincludesthereligionsofAfricatheOrientandthewesternworld.Thestudentshouldhaveanunderstandingofthehistoryandoriginsofthevariousreligionsintheworld.REL151.SURVEYOFTHEOLDTESTAMENT.3hours.APREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscourseisanintroductiontothecontentoftheOldTestamentwithemphasisonthehistoricalcontextandcontemporarytheologicalandculturalsignificanceoftheOldTestament.ThestudentshouldhaveanunderstandingofthesignificanceoftheOldTestamentwritingsuponcompletionofthiscourse.REL152.SURVEYOFTHENEWTESTAMENT.3hours.APREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.ThiscourseisasurveyofthebooksoftheNewTestamentwithspecialattentionfocusedonthehistoricalandgeographicalsetting.ThestudentshouldhaveanunderstandingofthebooksoftheNewTestamentandtheculturalandhistoricaleventsassociatedwiththesewritings.SALONANDSPAMANAGEMENTSALSAL133.SALONSPAMANAGEMENT.3hours.PREREQUISITEAsrequiredbyprogram.Thiscourseisdesignedtodevelopentry-levelmanagementskillsforthebeautyindustry.Topicsincludejob-seekingleaderandentrepreneurshipdevelopmentbusinessprinciplesbusinesslawsinsurancemarketingandtechnologyissuesintheworkplace.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletolistjob-seekingandmanagementskillsandthetechnologythatisavailableforuseinthesalon.NDCSAL201.ENTREPRENEURSHIPFORSALONSPA.3hours.Thiscoursecoverstheimportantissuesandcriticalstepsinvolvedinstartinganewbusinessfromscratch.Topicscoveredincludedevelopingabusinessplancreatingasuccessfulmarketingstrategysettingupthelegalbasisforbusinessraisingstart-upfundsattractingandmanaginghumanresourcesmanagingcostsanddevelopingacustomerbase.SOCIOLOGYSOCSOC200.INTRODUCTIONTOSOCIOLOGY.3hours.AThiscourseisanintroductiontothevocabularyconceptsandtheoryofsociologicalperspectivesofhumanbehavior.SOC210.SOCIALPROBLEMS.3hours.APREREQUISITESOC200.Thiscourseexaminesthesocialandculturalaspectsinfluencesincidencesandcharacteristicsofcurrentsocialproblemsinlightofsociologicaltheoryandresearch.SPANISHSPASPA101.INTRODUCTORYSPANISHI.4hours.AThiscourseprovidesanintroductiontoSpanish.TopicsincludethedevelopmentofbasiccommunicationskillsandtheacquisitionofbasicknowledgeoftheculturesofSpanish-speakingareas.SPA102.INTRODUCTORYSPANISHII.4hours.APREREQUISITESPA101orequivalent.ThiscontinuationcourseincludesthedevelopmentofbasiccommunicationskillsandtheacquisitionofbasicknowledgeoftheculturesofSpanish-speakingareas.SPA201.INTERMEDIATESPANISHI.3hours.APREREQUISITESPA102orequivalent.Thiscourseincludesareviewandfurtherdevelopmentofcommunicationskills.Topicsincludereadingsofliteraryhistoricalandorculturaltexts.SPA202.INTERMEDIATESPANISHII.3hours.APREREQUISITESPA201orequivalent.Thiscontinuationcourseincludesareviewandfurtherdevelopmentofcommunicationskills.Topicsincludereadingsofliteraryhistoricalandorculturaltexts. Northeast148SPEECHSPHSPH107.FUNDAMENTALSOFPUBLICSPEAKING.3hours.AThiscourseexploresprinciplesofaudienceandenvironmentanalysisaswellastheactualplanningrehearsingandpresentingofformalspeechestospecificaudiences.Historicalfoundationscommunicationtheoriesandstudentperformancesareemphasized.THEATREARTSTHRTHR113-114-115.THEATERWORKSHOPI-II-III.2hours.BThesecoursesprovidepracticalexperienceintheproductionandperformanceofadramaticpresentationwithassignmentsinscenerylightingpropschoreographysoundcostumesmake-uppublicityactingdirectingandotheraspectsoftheatreproduction.THR120.THEATERAPPRECIATION.3hours.AThiscourseisdesignedtoincreaseappreciationofcontemporarytheater.Emphasisisgiventothetheaterasanartformthroughthestudyofhistoryandtheoryofdramaandthecontributionstomodernmedia.Emphasisofplaywrightactordirectordesignerandtechniciantomodernmedia.Attendanceattheaterproductionmayberequired.THR124.THEATRETECHNOLOGYSCENERYLIGHTING.3hours.CScenicconstructiontechniquesandexecutionofstagelightingvialecturesdemonstrationsandpracticalapplication.Emphasisintoolsmaterialsandprocedure.THR126.INTRODUCTIONTOTHEATER.3hours.AThiscourseisdesignedtoteachthehistoryofthetheaterandtheprinciplesofdrama.Italsocoversthedevelopmentoftheaterproductionandthestudyofselectedplaysastheatricalpresentations.CORETHR131.ACTINGTECHNIQUESI.3hours.BThisisthefirstofatwo-coursesequenceinwhichthestudentwillfocusonthedevelopmentofthebodyandvoiceastheperforminginstrumentsinacting.Emphasisisplacedonpantomimeimprovisationactingexercisesanbuildingcharacterizationsinshortactingscenes.THR132.ACTINGTECHNIQUESII.3hours.CPREREQUISITETHR131.ThiscourseisacontinuationofTHR131.THR216.THEATRICALMAKE-UP.2hours.CThiscourseisastudyofthematerialsandtechniquesoftheatricalmake-up.THR221.SCENOGRAPHICTECHNIQUES.3hours.CThiscourseincludespracticalworkdevelopingproficiencyindraftingtechnicaldrawingsforthestageincludinggroundplanselevationsandorthographicandisometricdrawings.Thecoursealsoincludesthestudyandapplicationoftheelementsofdesignasrelevanttoolstotheatricaldesignincludingtherolesofsceniclightingandcostumedesignerandtheirrelationshipwiththedirector.THR224.SCENEPAINTING.3hours.CHistoricandcontemporarymethodsofpaintingsceneryforthestage.Includespracticalapplicationoftechniquesinthescenicstudio.THR236.STAGECRAFT.3hours.CThiscourseisastudyoftheprinciplestechniquesandmaterialsintheatricalsceneryandlighting.THR296.DIRECTEDSTUDIESINTHEATER.2hours.CThiscoursedealswithproblemsintheaterandartmanagement.ProblemsmaybearrangedinconjunctionwithotherdisciplinesintheFineArts.WELDINGWDTWDT108.SMAWFILLETOFC.3hours.ThiscourseprovidesthestudentwithinstructiononsafetypracticesandterminologyintheShieldedMetalArcWeldingSMAWprocess.Emphasisisplacedonsafetyweldingterminologyequipmentidentificationset-upandoperationandrelatedinformationintheSMAWprocess.Thiscoursealsocoverstherulesofbasicsafetyandidentificationofshopequipmentandprovidesthestudentwiththeskillsandknowledgenecessaryforthesafeoperationofoxy-fuelcutting.ThisisaCOREcourse.WDT109.SMAWFILLETPACCAC.3hours.ThiscourseprovidesthestudentwithinstructiononsafetypracticesandterminologyintheShieldedMetalArcWeldingSMAWprocess.Emphasisisplacedonsafetyweldingterminologyequipmentidentificationset-upandoperationandrelatedinformationintheSMAWprocess.Thiscoursealsocoverstherulesofbasicsafetyandidentificationofshopequipmentandprovidesthestudentwiththeskillsandknowledgenecessaryforthesafeoperationofcarbonarccuttingandplasmaarccutting.ThisisaCOREcourse.WDT110.INDUSTRIALBLUEPRINTREADING.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentswiththeunderstandingandfundamentalsofindustrialblueprintreading.Emphasisisplacedonreadingandinterpretinglinesviewsdimensionsweldjointconfigurationsandweldsymbols.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletointerpretweldingsymbolsandblueprintsastheyapplytoweldingandfabrication.ThisisaCOREcourse.WDT115.GTAWCARBONPIPE.3hours.ThiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththepracticesandproceduresofweldingcarbonpipeusingthegastungstenarcweldGTAWprocess.Emphasisisplacedonpipepositionsfillermetalselectionpurginggassesjointgeometryjointpreparationandfit-up.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifypipepositionsfillermetalspurginggasproperjointgeometryjointpreparationandfit-uptotheapplicablecode.WDT116.GTAWSTAINLESSPIPE.3hours.ThiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththepracticesandproceduresofweldingstainlesssteelpipeusingthegastungstenarcweldGTAWprocess.Emphasisisplacedonpipepositionsfillermetalselectionpurginggassesjointgeometryjointpreparationandfit-up.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifypipe Northeast149positionsfillermetalspurginggasproperjointgeometryjointpreparationandfit-uptotheapplicablecode.WDT119.GASMETALARCFLUXCOREDARCWELDING.3hours.Thiscourseintroducesthestudenttothegasmetalarcandfluxcoredarcweldingprocess.Emphasisisplacedonsafeoperatingpracticeshandlingandstorageofcompressedgassesprocessprinciplescomponentidentificationvariousweldingtechniquesandbaseandfillermetalidentification.ThisisaCOREcourse.WDT120.SHIELDEDMETALARCWELDINGGROOVE.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesthestudentwithinstructiononjointdesignjointpreparationandfit-upofgrooveweldsinaccordancewithapplicableweldingcodes.Emphasisisplacedonsafeoperationjointdesignjointpreparationandfit-up.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifytheproperjointdesignjointpreparationandfit-upofgrooveweldsinaccordancewithapplicableweldingcodes.ThisisaCOREcourse.WDT122.SMAWFILLETOFCLAB.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedintroducethestudenttotheproperset-upandoperationoftheshieldedmetalarcweldingequipment.Emphasisisplacedonstrikingandcontrollingthearcandproperfitupoffilletjoints.Thiscourseisalsodesignedtoinstructstudentsinthesafeoperationofoxy-fuelcutting.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletomakefilletweldsinallpositionsusingelectrodesintheF-3groupsinaccordanceapplicableweldingcodeandbeabletosafelyoperateoxy-fuelequipmentandperformthoseoperationsaspertheapplicableweldingcode.WDT123.SMAWFILLETPACCACLAB.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedintroducethestudenttotheproperset-upandoperationoftheshieldedmetalarcweldingequipment.Emphasisisplacedonstrikingandcontrollingthearcandproperfitupoffilletjoints.Thiscourseisalsodesignedtoinstructstudentsinthesafeoperationofplasmaarcandcarbonarccutting.UponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletomakefilletweldsinallpositionsusingelectrodesintheF-4groupsinaccordancewithapplicableweldingcodeandbeabletosafelyoperateplasmaarcandcarbonarcequipmentandperformthoseoperationsasperapplicableweldingcode.WDT124.GASMETALARCFLUXCOREDARCWELDINGLAB.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructionanddemonstrationusingthevarioustransfermethodsandtechniquestogasmetalarcandfluxcoredarcwelds.Topicsincludedaresafetyequipmentset-upjointdesignandpreparationandgases.WDT125.SHIELDEDMETALARCWELDINGGROOVELAB.3hours.ThiscourseprovidesinstructionanddemonstrationsintheshieldedmetalarcweldingprocessoncarbonsteelplatewithvarioussizeF3andF4groupelectrodesinallpositions.EmphasisisplacedonweldinggroovejointsandusingvariousF3andF4groupelectrodesinallpositions.Uponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletomakevisuallyacceptablegrooveweldjointsinaccordancewithapplicableweldingcodes.WDT155.GTAWCARBONPIPELAB.3hours.PREREQUISITEWDT115andorasrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththeskillsinweldingcarbonsteelpipewithgastungstenarcweldingtechniquesinvariouspipeweldpositions.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformgastungstenarcweldingoncarbonsteelpipewiththeprescribedfillermetalsinvariouspositionsinaccordancewiththeapplicablecode.WDT156.GTAWSTAINLESSPIPELAB.3hours.PREREQUISITEWDT116andorasrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththeskillsinweldingstainlesssteelpipewithgastungstenarcweldingtechniquesinvariouspipeweldpositions.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformgastungstenarcweldingonstainlesssteelpipewiththeprescribedfillermetalsinvariouspositionsinaccordancewiththeapplicablecode.WDT157.CONSUMABLEWELDINGPROCESSES.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructionanddemonstrationwiththeconsumableweldingprocessestoproducegrooveandfilletweldsinallpositionsaccordingtoapplicableweldingcodes.Topicsincludesafeoperatingpracticesequipmentidentificationequipmentset-upcorrectselectionofelectrodecurrentpolarityshieldinggasandbasemetals.WDT158.CONSUMABLEWELDINGPROCESSESLABS.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructionanddemonstrationwiththeconsumableweldingprocessestoproducegrooveandfilletweldsinallpositionsaccordingtoapplicableweldingcodes.Topicsincludesafeoperatingpracticesequipmentidentificationequipmentset-upcorrectselectionofelectrodecurrentpolarityshieldinggasandbasemetals.UponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoproducegrooveandfilletweldsusingconsumableweldingprocessesaccordingtoAWSCodesandstandards.WDT160.ROBOTICSLABI.3hours.Thiscourseisthepracticalapplicationofroboticstheory.Studentswillcompletemachineoriginsroboticprogrammingroboticweldingparameterslinkprogramstocreatejobsandallocateaweavestart.WDT166.FLUXCOREARCWELDING.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructionanddemonstrationwiththefluxcorearcweldingprocesstoproducegrooveandfilletweldsinallpositionsaccordingtoapplicableweldingcodes.Topicsincludesafeoperatingpracticesequipmentidentificationequipmentset-upcorrectselectionoffillermetalscurrentpolarityshieldinggasandbasemetals.UponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoproducegrooveandfilletweldsusingtheFCAWweldingprocessaccordingtoAWSCodesandStandards.WDT167.FLUXCOREARCWELDINGLAB.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesinstructionanddemonstrationwiththefluxcorearcweldingprocesstoproducegrooveandfilletweldsinallpositionsaccordingtoapplicableweldingcodes.Topicsincludesafeoperatingpracticesequipmentidentificationequipmentset-upcorrectselectionoffillermetalscurrentpolarityshieldinggasandbasemetals.UponcompletionthestudentshouldbeabletoproducegrooveandfilletweldsusingtheFCAWweldingprocessaccordingtoAWSCodesandStandards. Northeast150WDT180.SPECIALTOPICS.3hours.Thiscourseallowsthestudenttoplanexecuteandpresentresultsofindividualprojectsinwelding.Emphasisisplacedonenhancingskillattainmentintheweldingfield.Thestudentwillbeabletodemonstrateandapplycompetenciesidentifiedandagreeduponbetweenthestudentandinstructor.WDT181.SPECIALTOPICSLAB.3hours.THISCOURSEPROVIDESSPECIALIZEDINSTRUCTIONINVARIOUSAREASRELATEDTOTHEWELDINGINDUSTRY.EMPHASISISPLACEDONMEETINGSTUDENTSNEEDS.WDT217.SMAWCARBONPIPE.3hours.ThiscourseintroducesthestudenttothepracticesandproceduresofweldingcarbonsteelpipeusingtheshieldedmetalarcweldSMAWprocess.Emphasisisplacedonpipepositionselectrodeselectionjointgeometryjointpreparationandfit-up.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifypipepositionselectrodesproperjointgeometryjointpreparationandfit-upinaccordancewithapplicablecodes.WDT218.CERTIFICATION.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththeknowledgeneededtoperformweldsusingtheprescribedweldingprocess.Emphasisisplacedontheweldingtestjointsinaccordancewiththeprescribedweldingcode.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletopassanindustrystandardweldingtestinaccordancewithvariousapplicableweldingcoderequirements.WDT219.WELDINGINSPECTIONANDTESTING.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesthestudentwithinspectionskillsandknowledgenecessarytoevaluateweldedjointsandapplyqualitycontrolmeasuresasneeded.Emphasisisplacedoninterpretingweldingcodesweldingproceduresandvisualinspectionmethods.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletovisuallyidentifyvisualacceptableweldmentsasprescribedbythecodeorweldingspecificationreport.WDT221.PIPEFITTINGANDFABRICATION.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesthestudentwithskillsandpracticesnecessaryforfabricatingpipeplansusingpipeandfittings.Emphasisisplacedonvariouspipefittingstoincludevariousdegreeangles.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletofitvariouspipefittingsandcutandfabricateteesandassortedangles.WDT223.BLUEPRINTREADINGFORFABRICATION.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesastudentwithadvancedskillsinidentifyingandinterpretinglinesviewsdimensionsnotesbillofmaterialsandtheuseoftoolsofthetrade.Emphasisisplacedonfiguringdimensionaltoleranceslayoutandfittingofdifferentcomponentparts.Uponcoursecompletionastudentshouldbeabletointerpretlayoutandfabricatefromblueprintstogiventolerances.WDT228.GASTUNGSTENARCWELDING.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentwithknowledgeneededtoperformgastungstenarcweldsusingferrousandornon-ferrousmetalsaccordingtoapplicableweldingcodes.Topicsincludesafeoperatingpracticesequipmentidentificationandset-upcorrectselectionoftungstentypepolarityshieldinggasandfillermetals.Uponcompletionastudentshouldbeabletoidentifysafeoperatingpracticesequipmentidentificationandsetupcorrectselectionoftungstentypepolarityshieldinggasfillermetalsandvariousweldsonferrousandornon-ferrousmetalsusingthegastungstenarcweldingprocessaccordingtoapplicableweldingcodes.WDT229.BOILERTUBE.3hours.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththepracticesandproceduresofweldingboilertubesusingthegastungstenarcandshieldedmetalarcweldingprocesstotheapplicablecode.Emphasisisplacedontubefit-uptubeweldingtechniqueandcoderequirements.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoidentifycoderequirementsandtubeweldingtechnique.WDT257.SMAWCARBONPIPELAB.3hours.COREQUISITEWDT217andorasrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththeskillsinweldingcarbonsteelpipewithshieldedmetalarcweldingtechniquesinvariouspipeweldingpositions.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformshieldedmetalarcweldingoncarbonsteelpipewiththeprescribedelectrodesinvariouspositionsinaccordancewiththeapplicablecodes.WDT258.CERTIFICATIONLAB.3hours.PREREQUISITEWDT218andorasrequiredbycollege.Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththeskillsneededtoperformweldsusingtheprescribedweldingprocess.Emphasisisplacedontheweldingtestjointsinaccordancewiththeprescribedweldingcode.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletopassanindustrystandardweldingtestinaccordancewithvariousweldingcoderequirements.WDT268.GASTUNGSTENARCLAB.3hours.Thiscourseprovidesstudentwithskillsneededtoperformgastungstenarcweldsusingferrousandornon-ferrousmetalsaccordingtoapplicableweldingcodes.Topicsincludesafeoperatingpracticesequipmentidentificationandset-upcorrectselectionoftungstentypepolarityshieldinggasandfillermetals.Uponcompletionastudentshouldbeabletoidentifysafeoperatingpracticesequipmentidentificationandsetupcorrectselectionoftungstentypepolarityshieldinggasfillermetalsandvariousweldsonferrousandornon-ferrousmetalsusingthegastungstenarcweldingprocessaccordingtoapplicableweldingcodes.WDT269.BOILERTUBELAB.3hours.PREREQUISITEWDT229andorasrequiredbycollege.ThiscourseisdesignedtoprovidethestudentwiththeskillsinweldingboilertubesusingthegastungstenarcandshieldedmetalarcweldingprocessusingfillermetalsintheF6andF4groupstoapplicablecode.Emphasisisplacedonweldingboilertubesusingthegastungstenarcandshieldedmetalarcweldingprocessinthe2Gand6Gpositionsinaccordancewiththeapplicablecode.Uponcompletionstudentsshouldbeabletoperformgastungstenarcandshieldedmetalarcweldingonboilertubeswiththeprescribedfillermetalsinthe2Gand6Gpositionstotheapplicablecode. Northeast151WORKKEYSINTEGRATEDWKOWKO106.WORKPLACESKILLS.3hours.Thiscourseemphasizesthefoundationalinformationtodevelopknowledgeandskillstoprepareindividualsforemploymentfollowingcompletionoftechnicalandacademicprograms.Attheconclusionofthiscoursestudentswillhaveknowledgeandskillsrelevanttoworkethiccommunicationresumewritingjobinterviewingdressandappearancebehaviorproblemsolvingdecisionmakingandprojectmanagement.StudentswillreceiveanAlabamaCareerReadinessCertificateanassessment-basedcredentialthatgivesstudentsameasureofkeyworkplaceskillsaswellasanOSHA10-hourcertificationinGeneralIndustrySafetyandHealth. ADMINISTRATIONFACULTYSTAFFWhatIlikemostabouttheNACCcampusisthefriendlyatmosphere.IvemadesomanynewfriendssinceIstartedanditsonlythebeginningNortheastistheperfectstartforgraduatinghighschoolseniorswhowanttobewellpreparedfortheirfuture.IfeellikeIcanstriveandreachmygoalswiththehelpofthefacultyandstaff.IknowIbelonghereEdyMajorPoliticalScience Northeast153ADMINISTRATIONANDCONTROLNortheastisapartofthestatesystemofjuniorcollegesauthorizedbytheAlabamaLegislatureunderActNo.93approvedMay31963.ThisinstitutionisunderthecontroloftheStateBoardofEducationthroughtheChancelloroftheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystem.ALABAMASTATEBOARDOFEDUCATIONGovernorRobertBentleyPresidentoftheBoardDr.MarkHeinrichChancelloroftheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemTracyRoberts......................................................................FirstDistrictBettyPeters....................................................................SecondDistrictStephanieW.Bell..............................................................ThirdDistrictDr.YvetteRichardson.....................................................FourthDistrictEllaB.BellPresidentProTem.........................................FifthDistrictDr.CharlesE.ElliottVicePresident................................SixthDistrictJeffNewman.................................................................SeventhDistrictMaryScottHunter...........................................................EighthDistrictADMINISTRATIONFACULTYANDSTAFFADMINISTRATIONCampbellJ.David...................................................................PresidentB.A.AuburnUniversityM.A.FloridaStateUniversityPh.D.UniversityofTexasBurkeJosephD.............................VicePresidentDeanofInstructionB.S.UniversityofAlabamaM.S.JacksonvilleStateUniversityPh.D.UniversityofAlabamaGuffeyLarryD..................................DeanofAdministrativeServicesB.S.JacksonvilleStateUniversityM.B.A.JacksonvilleStateUniversityGraceSherie..................................................DeanofStudentServicesA.S.BevillStateCommunityCollegeB.S.M.B.A.UniversityofAlabamaatBirminghamReeceMarilynKing..........................................DeanofExtendedDayB.A.UniversityofAlabamaM.A.UniversityofAlabamaKennamerMichael.......................DirectorofWorkforceDevelopmentSkillsTrainingA.S.SneadStateCommunityCollegeB.S.AthensStateUniversityM.P.A.JacksonvilleStateUniversityEd.D.UniversityofAlabamaGorhamChad............................................DirectorofAdultEducationB.S.Ed.Sp.Ed.M.S.Ed.Admin.Ed.S.Ed.AdministrationJacksonvilleStateFACULTYFULL-TIMEAdkinsDeni.................................EngineeringTechnologyTechnicianB.S.E.M.S.E.TheUniversityofAlabamainHuntsvilleAdkinsKathy.......................................ChorusandENCOREDirectorB.M.WesleyanCollegeM.M.EasternKentuckyUniversityEd.D.UniversityofTennesseeArcherW.Brad...........................TheatreTechnicalDirectorInstructorB.F.A.ArkansasStateUniversityM.F.A.UniversityofNorthCarolina-GreensboroBarnesShelia.............ProgramDirectorEmergencyMedicalServicesA.A.S.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeA.A.S.CalhounCommunityCollegeParamedicCertificateUniversityofAlabamainHuntsvilleB.S.AthensStateUniversityBlackKelly.......................................DraftingandDesignTechnologyB.A.AuburnUniversityBrelandMilah...................................................................MathematicsB.S.Ed.UniversityofNorthAlabamaM.A.Ed.TheUniversityofAlabamaBrewerStephen.............................................................GEOInstructorB.A.YoungstownStateUniversityBruceDonna............................................................NursingEducationB.S.N.SamfordUniversityM.S.N.TroyStateUniversityCainLauren...............................................................................NursingA.A.S.WallaceStateCommunityCollegeB.S.N.JacksonvilleStateUniversityM.S.N.AuburnUniversityChandlerYolanda......................................................................NursingA.A.S.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeB.S.N.M.S.N.JacksonvilleStateUniversityChapmanMisty.........................................................................BiologyB.S.M.S.JacksonvilleStateUniversityClementJulise...................................................................CosmetologyA.S.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeB.S.AlabamaAMUniversityCosmetologyInstructorAlabamaBoardofCosmetologyCrowKimberly..........................................................................NursingA.A.S.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeB.S.N.UniversityofAlabamainHuntsvilleM.S.N.UniversityofAlabamaatBirminghamCertificationasWomensHealthNursePractitionerNationalCertificationCooperationDaltonMarilyn....................................MATandOfficeAdministrationB.S.CaliforniaCollegeofHealthScienceDayBilly....................................................................................HistoryA.S.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeB.S.M.A.TheUniversityofAlabamaEverettJuliaB............................DirectorLearningResourcesCenterA.A.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeB.A.UniversityofMontevalloM.A.TheUniversityofAlabamainHuntsvilleM.L.I.S.TheUniversityofAlabamaEd.D.TheUniversityofAlabamaFrasierDoilene..........................................................................NursingA.A.S.CalhounCommunityCollegeB.S.N.M.S.N.UniversityofAlabamainHuntsvilleGambrellSteven........................................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Northeast162JESSIEGAMEZCOMMUNITYCOLLEGEGRADUATEINTHESPOTLIGHTATTRIBUTESMUCHOFHISSUCCESSTOATTENDINGNACCSuccessissomethingthatisveryfamiliartocommunitycollegegraduateJessieGamezbuthissuccesswasnotachievedwithoutafewobstaclesandalotofhelpalongtheway.AfterhighschoolGamezchosetoenrollatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegebecausehisfriendsspokesoveryhighlyoftheschool.IthelpedmydecisionwhenIwasawardedanacademicscholarshipforonequarterandwastoldifImadegoodgradesitwouldcontinuesaidGamez.HishighschoolcounselorPamGannalsoinfluencedhimtoattendNortheastandhelpedhimcompletescholarshipandadmissionapplications.AtonetimeIdidntthinkIwasgoingtogotocollegeafterhighschoolexplainedGamez.MyplansweretograduateandcontinuetoworkatStoreyFarms.Butmanyotherpeopleplayedabigroleinmydecisiontoattendcollege.WhenhewalkedontothecampusofNortheastheknewhisfuturewasabouttochange.GamezfoundNortheasttobeaneasytransitionfromhighschool.Imetsomanypeoplewhohelpedmegetaroundschoolandwhohelpedmetremendouslyheexplained.Mrs.DebraBarrentineatthetimeAssistanttothePresidentwasveryhelpfulwiththemanyquestionsIhad.SheintroducedmetotheCollegePresidentthenDr.CharlesPendley.HeandIcarriedagreatrelationshipuntilIgraduatedinthespring.GamezwasawardedaPresidentialTransferScholarshiptoJacksonvilleStateUniversityfollowinghisgraduationfromNACC.JessiewasoneofthosestudentswhocametoourofficeandimmediatelyweknewhewasgoingtobesuccessfulsaidBarrentine.HewasoneofthemostmotivatedindividualsIhadmetduringmyyearsatNortheast.HelpingJessiewaseasybecauseweknewthathewasgoingtosucceedatwhateverhedecidedtodoinlife.Hewasandcontinuestobeaninspirationtousall.Wearesoproudofhimandhisaccomplishments.GamezstaysintouchwithfriendshemadewhileatNortheast.Hecreditssomanyofhisinstructorswhohelpedhimandshowedhimhowtodevelopgoodstudyinghabits.AfterNortheastGameztransferredontoJacksonvilleStateUniversity.WhileastudentatJSUheworkedintheprintshopforalmosttwoyearsandgraduatedinthespringof2000.MytimeatJSUwasspentstudyingandworkingatthefarmbackinHenagar.IprettymuchdidntspendtimegoingtofootballbasketballorothertypeofactivitiesbecauseIhadtowork.IfIdidntworkIwouldnotgetmoney.ButIwasalwaysinterestedincoachingsportsatsomepoint.HegraduatedwithaphysicaleducationdegreewithaminorinSpanish.SincethenhehasgonebacktoJSUandobtainedamastersinadministrationdegreeineducation.HehasalsoobtainedaneducationalspecialistdegreeinadministrationfromLincolnMemorialUniversityinKnoxvilleTennessee.IguessIamwelleducatedbutstilleagertolearnsomethingnew.Ibelievenomatterwhoyouareyoucanlearnsomethingneweveryday.HisfirstjobwaswiththeDeKalbCountySchoolSystem.HeworkedatGeraldineHighSchoolandPlainviewHighSchoolsplittingtimebetweenbothschools.IstillremembermyfirstdayintheclassroomatGeraldinesaidGamez.ThestudentsweresoniceandexcitedtolearnbutIrememberhownervousIwas.Istayincontactwithseveralofthem.ThenextyearGamezgotajobwiththeFortPayneCitySchoolSystemwhereheremains.HesaidWhenIfirstcametoFortPayneItaughtEnglishasaSecondLanguageESLatboththemiddleschoolandhighschoolforfouryears.ItwasachallengebecauseIwasteachingstudentswhodidntspeakanyEnglish.ThreesisterscometomindwhoItaughtbecausetheyweresoeagertolearn.TheydidntspeakanyEnglishandtheywerelost.TodaythesethreesistershaveahighschooldiplomahavegraduatedfromNortheastandareregisterednurses.Iamveryproudofthemaswellasmanyofmystudents.GamezhastaughtSpanishatFortPayneforalmostnineyears.HefindsittobeachallengebutfeelsblessedtohavetaughtandbeenpartofsomanykidslivesinFortPayneRainsvilleandGeraldine.SomeofthesestudentswhenIseethemtheythankmeforwhatItaughtthemandinstilledintheirlives.Iamalsogratefulandproudwhentheygreetmewithahug.Icouldnamethembutthelistwouldbetoolong.GamezalsocoachesatFortPayneandhasbeenacoachsincehisfirstjobinDeKalbCounty.HehelpedCoachDalePruittatPlainviewandthenlateratFortPayne.HehashelpedcoachtheJuniorHighteamssincethefallof2001andhasalsobeentheSchoolSponsorfortheFortPayneVarsityandJVsoccerteamssince2003.Ienjoybeingaroundkidsandsportsitwasmylifelongdreamtocoachhesaid.IcallitmyhobbybecausethatissomethingIhavelovedeversinceIcanremember.HealsolovesAlabamafootballandusuallyattendsafewgamesinthefall.IalsoloveworkinghighschoolcampsattheUniversityduringthesummerheadded.Iamblessedtohavehadtheopportunitytodothatduringthepast8summers.TohavegraduatedfromcollegemeansalottoGamez.Hecomesfromafamilyoftenwithmomanddad.Inmyfamilytherearesixboysandtwogirls.Iamthefourthinthefamily.Hewasthesecondchildtograduatefromhighschoolandfirsttogotocollegeandgraduate.Hehasonesisterwhoalsograduatedfromcollege.Itwashardgoingtoschoolhestated.Ireceivedlotsofhelpandmuchprayerswereanswered.IstruggledalotbecauseofmyEnglish.IbelievewithmycollegedegreeIambetteroffthansomeofmyfamilymembers.IfIhadnevergonetocollegeIwouldstillbeworkingonthefarm.IprobablywouldhavenotexperiencedmanythingsordonethingsIhavedone.IwouldprobablynothavetheopportunityofmakingrelationshipswiththepeopleIknownow.IwouldnotbeabletohelpmyparentsoutlikeIamdoingnow.TherearelotsofthingsIcansaywhycollegewasimportanttome.IdonthavechildrenofmyownbutIfeelthatIdohesaid.EveryAugustIlookforwardtoschoolstartingbecauseIknowIamgoingtohaveasetofkidsthatIcancallmineforatime.GamezofferedthefollowingadvicetoanyonewhoisconsideringcollegeYoucanonlygettowhereveryouwanttobe.Therewillbeobstaclestoclimbandtojumpatschoolbutyouretheonlyonewhocancontrolthat.IjustwanttothankthemanypeoplewhomadeadifferenceinmylifeGamezadded.IwanttothankNortheastandallthepeoplewhohelpedmegettowhereIamrightnowinmylife--peoplewhobelievedinmeandnevergaveup.Iwanttothankstudentspastpresentandhopefullyfuture.ThroughthisjourneyIhavegainedlostandmadewonderfulfriends.Dr.DavidCampbellcurrentNACCPresidentstatedJessieisanoutstandingrepresentativeofNortheast.Asalwaysweareverypleasedtoseeoneofourformerstudentshavingsuchapositiveimpactinourcommunity.GamezresidesinFortPayne.HeattendsRainsvilleFirstBaptistChurchandenjoysbeingamemberandattendingmissiontrips.Hehasbeengoingonmissiontripssince2002andhasbeentoNewYorkCityNewOrleansandMobile.WithoutGodIwouldnotbewhereIamrightnow.ItrymybesttoliveforTheLordhesaid.IamnotperfectbutItrytobeanexampleforothers. 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DIRECTORPHYSICALPLANTKentJonesBuildingsGroundsEnvironmentalControlElectricalMechanicalSystemsTechnologyELECTORATEPRESIDENTDr.DavidCampbellSTATEBOARDADMINISTRATIVEASSISTANTTOTHEPRESIDENTHUMANRESOURCESCOORDINATORPatWildmanEmploymentContractsHumanResourcesPersonnelRecordsSpecialProjectsTitleIXCoordinatorDIRECTOROFPROMOTIONSANDMARKETINGDebraBarrentineNewsReleasesPublicationsPublicRelationsADULTEDUCATIONAEPROGRAMDIRECTORChadGorhamAEOfficeManagementAEPublicRelationsRecruitingAEInstructionEnglishasaSecondLanguageGEDTestingSECURITYCHIEFNormanSmithSecurityParkingTrafficManagementDIRECTOROFINSTITUTIONALPLANNINGANDASSESSMENTANDSACSACCREDITATIONLIAISONBradFricksCoordinationofAccreditationProcessesCoordinationofManagementandPlanningReportInstitutionalResearchInstitutionalEffectivenessDIRECTOROFHIGHSCHOOLRELATIONSANDEVENTPLANNINGSusanBarronRecruitingCampusToursEventCoordinationVICEPRESIDENTDEANOFINSTRUCTIONDr.JoeBurkeAcademicIssuesAssistanceAdvisementtoPresidentChiefPersonnelOfficerDistanceEducationGraduationApplicationsLearningResourcesCenterSemesterSchedulingandRegistrationStudentLearningOutcomesDIVISIONDIRECTORSBUSINESSANDCOMPUTERSCIENCEHaleyJohnsonENGLISHANDFINEARTSJoanReevesHEALTHSCIENCEDIRECTOROFNURSINGEDUCATIONDr.CindyJonesMATHEMATICSGregMillicanNATURALSCIENCESRodneyLandSOCIALSCIENCESSPEECHandFOREIGNLANGUAGESRobWoodallLEARNINGRESOURCESCENTERDr.JuliaEverettDIRECTOROFWORKFORCEDEVELOPMENTANDSKILLSTRAININGDr.MikeKennamerAlliedHealthArticulationEconomicCommunityandWorkforceDevelopmentBusinessandIndustryServicesChildDevelopmentDraftingandDesignTechnologyEmergencyMedicalServicesEngineeringTechnicianIndustrialElectronicsIndustrialSystemsTechnology-MachineToolTechnology-WeldingTechnologyMedicalAssistantSalonandSpaManagement-Cosmetology-Esthetics-TherapeuticMassageADMINISTRATIVEASSISTANTTOTHEDIRECTOROFWORKFORCEDEVELOPMENTANDSKILLSTRAININGNicoleCarrollWorkforceDevelopmentOfficeManagementADMINISTRATIVECOORDINATORFORBUSINESSANDINDUSTRYToddGreesonTrainingforBusinessandIndustryPromotionofWorkforceDevelopmentProgramsADMINISTRATIVEASSISTANTTOTHEDIRECTOROFWORKFORCEDEVELOPMENTANDSKILLSTRAININGWORKKEYSCOORDINATORNancyGriggsAlabamaCareerReadinessCertificateWorkKeysAssessmentandDevelopmentSKILLSTRAININGCOORDINATORASSISTANTTOTHEDIRECTOROFWORKFORCEDEVELOPMENTANDSKILLSTRAININGJulieGeorgeNon-creditTrainingSkillsTrainingSALONANDSPAMANAGEMENTPROGRAMDIRECTORINSTRUCTORJuliseClementNACCSalonInstituteEMERGENCYMEDICALSERVICESPROGRAMDIRECTORINSTRUCTORSheliaBarnesCommunityTrainingCenterEmergencyMedicalServicesMEDICALASSISTANTCNAHHAPROGRAMCOORDINATORDIRECTORRachelWalkerDEANOFSTUDENTSERVICESSherieGraceADAFERPAAdmissionsandOrientationCenterforCollegeSuccessCollegeandCareerPlanningCenterDisciplineDualEnrollmentFinancialAidInternationalStudentsPlacementandGEDTestingSTARSStudentActivitiesTEASVTestingTranscriptEvaluationDIRECTOROFFINANCIALAIDNixonWillmonFederalAidGovernmentandJobTrainingScholarshipsInstitutionalandPrivateScholarshipsStudentLoansVeteransBenefitsSTUDENTSERVICESASSISTANTKatelinMillerStudentDisabilityServicesDEVELOPMENTALSTUDIESPROGRAMDIRECTORShirleyButtramCenterforCollegeSuccessTutoringProgramStudentSuccessMonitoringSystemDIRECTOROFTHECOLLEGEANDCAREERPLANNINGCENTERSherryWhittenCareerDevelopmentCollegePlanningJobPlacementTransferAdvisingDEANOFEXTENDEDDAYMarilynReeceServicestoExtendedDayStudentsandFacultyInformationLiaisontoOtherCampusOfficesClassScheduleChangesEmergencyContactDEANOFADMINISTRATIVESERVICESLarryGuffeyBOOKSTOREMANAGEMENTBUSINESSACCOUNTINGMANAGEMENTINFORMATIONSERVICESKahvaCafeFeePaymentAcademicForgivenessACHEPreliminaryFallEnrollmentTextbookSalesInstitutionalPurchasingACHEStateStudentDatabaseDaxandIPEDSreportingTextbookBuybackPayrollOtherStateReportsasRequiredTranscriptsWorkshopMaterialPurchasePellWork-StudyDisbursementALABAMATECHNOLOGYNETWORKATNCENTERDIRECTORRonnyKisorEngineeringQualitySystemsEnvironmentalSafetyandHealthDesignandImplementationofLeadingEdgeTechnologiesandIndustrialApplicationsATNPROJECTENGINEERChrisAndersonTechnicalAssistanceTrainingProjectsATNOFFICEMANAGERADMINISTRATIVESUPPORTSPECIALISTJadaFreemanAdministrativeOperationsCHANCELLORDr.MarkHeinrichNORTHEASTALABAMACOMMUNITYCOLLEGESummaryofServices2014-2015PrimarysupervisoryresponsibilityCommunicationandcoordinationUpdatedApril142014DEVELOPMENTDIRECTORHeatherRiceMajorGiftsDIRECTOROFEDUCATIONALTECHNOLOGYPatriciaCombsNetworkingEmailProgramInstallationTechnologyforDistanceEducationandClassroomsStaffandStudentSupportDIRECTOROFTHESTUDENTANDFACULTYTECHNOLOGYLEARNINGCENTERJudithLeaBlackboardSupportInstructionalSupportTechnologyTraining Northeast171Thishandbookdescribesstudentrightsandresponsibilities.Thefollowingspecificissuesareaddressedalphabetically.CAMPUSREGULATIONSANDSERVICESABSENCEPOLICYSpecificpoliciesgoverningclassattendanceareestablishedbyindividualfacultymembers.Instructorswilldiscusstheirattendancepolicywitheachclassatthebeginningofthesemester.Itistheresponsibilityofstudentstoknowtheattendancepolicyforeachcourseinwhichtheyareenrolled.ACADEMICPROGRESSSTANDARDSThesestandardsofprogressshallapplytoallstudentsunlessotherwisenoted.1.ExceptionsProgramswithintheinstitutionwhicharesubjecttoexternallicensurecertificationandoraccreditationorwhicharefewerthanfoursemestersinlengthmayhavehigherstandardsofprogressthantheinstitutionalstandardsofprogress.Atransferstudentwhosecumulativegradepointaverageatthetransferinstitutionsislessthan2.0ona4.0scalewillbeadmittedonAcademicProbationuponadmissionandmusttransitiontothesestandardsofacademicprogress.SpecialstandardsofacademicprogresshavebeenestablishedforstudentsenrolledininstitutionalcreditcoursescarryingoptionalgradesandforstudentswhowishtoremaineligibletoreceiveTitleIVfinancialaid.2.RequiredGPALevelsforStudentsAccordingtoNumberofHoursAttemptedattheInstitutionStudentswhohaveattempted12-21semestercredithoursattheinstitutionmustmaintaina1.5CumulativeGradePointAverage.Studentswhohaveattempted22-32semestercredithoursattheinstitutionmustmaintaina1.75CumulativeGradePointAverage.Studentswhohaveattempted33ormoresemestercredithoursattheinstitutionmustmaintaina2.0CumulativeGradePointAverage.3.InterventionforStudentSuccessWhenastudentisplacedonAcademicProbationOneTermAcademicSuspensionorOneCalendarYearAcademicSuspensioncollegeofficialsmayprovideinterventionforthestudentbytakingstepsincludingbutnotlimitedtoimposingmaximumcourseloadsrequiringastudyskillscourseandorprescribingotherspecificcourses.4.ApplicationofStandardsofProgressWhentheCumulativeGPAisatorabovetheGPArequiredforthetotalnumberofcredithoursattemptedattheinstitutionthestudentsstatusisClear.WhenthestudentsCumulativeGPAisbelowtheGPArequiredforthenumberofcredithoursattemptedattheinstitutionthestudentisplacedonAcademicProbation.WhentheCumulativeGPAofastudentwhoisonAcademicProbationremainsbelowtheGPArequiredforthetotalnumberofcredithoursattemptedattheinstitutionbutthesemesterGPAis2.0orabovethestudentremainsonAcademicProbation.WhentheCumulativeGPAofastudentwhoisonAcademicProbationremainsbelowtheGPArequiredforthetotalnumberofcredithoursattemptedattheinstitutionandthesemesterGPAisbelow2.0thestudentissuspendedforonesemester.ThetranscriptwillreadSUSPENDEDONESEMESTER.Thestudentwhoissuspendedforonesemestermayappeal.IfafterappealthestudentisreadmittedwithoutservingtheonesemestersuspensionthetranscriptwillreadSUSPENDEDONESEMESTERREADMITTEDUPONAPPEAL.Thestudentwhoisreadmitteduponappealre-enterstheinstitutiononAcademicProbation.AstudentwhoisonAcademicProbationafterbeingsuspendedforonesemesterwhetherthestudenthasservedthesuspensionorhasbeenreadmitteduponappealwithouthavingsinceachievedClearacademicstatusandwhoseCumulativeGPAfallsbelowthelevelrequiredforthetotalnumberofhoursattemptedattheinstitutionbutwhosesemesterGPAis2.0orabovewillremainonAcademicProbationuntilthestudentachievestherequiredGPAforthetotalnumberofhoursattempted.AstudentreturningfromaonetermoroneyearsuspensionandwhileonacademicprobationfailstoobtaintherequiredGPAforthenumberofhoursattemptedandfailstomaintainatermGPAof2.0willbeplacedonaoneyearsuspension.Thestudentmayappealaonetermoroneyearsuspension.Thepermanentstudentrecordwillreflectthestudentsstatusexceptwhenthestatusisclear.WhenappropriatetherecordwillreflectACADEMICPROBATIONACADEMICSUSPENSIONONETERMACADEMICPROBATIONONEYEARONETERMSUSPENSIONREADMITTEDONAPPEALORONEYEARSUSPENSIONREADMITTEDONAPPEAL.IfastudentdeclaresnocontestofthefactsleadingtosuspensionbutsimplywishestorequestconsiderationforreadmissionthestudentmaysubmitarequestinwritingforanappealforreadmissiontotheAdmissionsCommittee.DuringthemeetingoftheAdmissionsCommitteewhichshallnotbeconsideredadueprocesshearingbutratherapetitionforreadmissionthestudentshallbegivenanopportunitytopresentarationaleandorstatementofmitigatingcircumstancesinsupportofimmediatereadmission.ThedecisionoftheAdmissionsCommitteetogetherwiththematerialspresentedbythestudentshallbeplacedinthecollegesofficialrecords.Additionallyacopyofthewrittendecisionshallbeprovidedtothestudent.Equityreasonablenessandconsistencyshouldbethestandardsbywhichsuchdecisionsaremeasured.5.InitialAcademicStatusofTransferStudentsAtransferstudentwhosecumulativegradepointaverageatthetransferinstitutionsis2.0oraboveona4.0scalewillbeadmittedonCLEARacademicstatus.Atransferstudentwhosecumulativegradepointaverageatthetransferinstitutionsislessthan2.0ona4.0scalewillbeadmittedonlyonAcademicProbation.ThetranscriptwillreadADMITTEDONACADEMICPROBATION.AnapplicantwhohasbeenacademicallysuspendedfromanotherregionallyorCouncilonOccupationalEducationaccreditedpostsecondaryinstitutionmaybeadmittedasatransferstudentonlyafterfollowingtheappealprocessestablishedatthecollegefornativestudentswhohavebeenacademicallysuspended.IfthetransferstudentisadmitteduponappealthestudentwillentertheinstitutiononAcademicProbation.ThetranscriptwillreadADMITTEDUPONAPPEALACADEMICPROBATION.6.DefinitionofTermsGradePointAverageGPAThegradepointaveragebasedonallhoursattemptedduringanyonetermattheinstitutionbasedona4pointscale. Northeast172CumulativeGradePointAverageGPAThegradepointaveragebasedonallhoursattemptedattheinstitutionbasedona4pointscale.ClearAcademicStatusThestatusofastudentwhoseCumulativeGradePointAverageGPAisatorabovethelevelrequiredbythispolicyforthenumberofcredithoursattemptedattheinstitution.AcademicProbation1ThestatusofastudentwhoseCumulativeGPAfallsbelowthelevelrequiredbythispolicyforthetotalnumberofcredithoursattemptedattheinstitutionor2ThestatusofastudentwhowasonAcademicProbationtheprevioustermandwhoseCumulativeGPAforthatsemesterremainedbelowthelevelrequiredbythispolicyforthetotalnumberofcredithoursattemptedattheinstitutionbutwhoseSemesterGPAforthattermwas2.0orabove.OneSemesterAcademicSuspensionThestatusofastudentwhowasonAcademicProbationtheprevioustermbutwhohasneverbeensuspendedorwhosincesuspensionhadachievedClearAcademicStatusandwhoseCumulativeGPAthattermwasbelowthelevelrequiredbythispolicyforthetotalnumberofcredithoursattemptedattheinstitutionandwhoseSemesterGPAforthattermwasbelow2.0.OneYearAcademicSuspensionThestatusofastudentwhowasonAcademicProbationtheprevioustermandwhohadbeenpreviouslysuspendedwithoutsincehavingachievedClearAcademicStatusandwhoseCumulativeGPAthattermremainedbelowthelevelrequiredbythispolicyforthetotalnumberofcredithoursattemptedattheinstitutionandwhoseSemesterGPAforthattermwasbelow2.0.AppealofSuspensionTheprocessbywhichaninstitutionshallallowastudentsuspendedforonetermoroneyearwhetheranativestudentoratransferstudenttorequestreadmissionwithouthavingtoservethesuspension.ACCOMMODATIONSFORDISABILITIESStudentsorguestswhohaveadisabilitywhichmaypreventthemfromenjoyingtheservicesoractivitiesofthecollegemayrequestaccommodationstoenabletheirparticipation.Requestsmaybedirectedtoinstructorstoanypersoninchargeofanactivityortoanyreceptionistorotherstaffmemberwhoisinapositiontoassist.ThecollegeiscommittedtoprovidingreasonableaccommodationsinaccordancewiththeAmericanswithDisabilitiesActof1990Section504oftheRehabilitationActof1973andallotherapplicableregulations.Specialneedsorrequestsforassistancebeyondwhatcanbereadilyprovidedbythepoint-of-contactpersonnellistedaboveshouldbedirectedtoKatelinMillerADAComplianceCoordinatorOffice115intheStudentCenter.ADAGRIEVANCEPROCEDURENortheasthasadoptedaninternalgrievanceprocedureprovidingforpromptandequitableresolutionofcomplaintsalleginganyactionprohibitedbytheU.S.DepartmentofJusticeregulationsimplementingTitlesIandIIoftheAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct.TitleISection102astatesthatNocoveredentityshalldiscriminateagainstaqualifiedindividualwithadisabilitybecauseofthedisabilityofsuchindividualinregardtojobapplicationproceduresthehiringadvancementordischargeofemployeesemployeecompensationjobtrainingandothertermsconditionsandprivilegesofemployment.TitleIIstatesinpartthatnootherwisequalifieddisabledindividualshallsolelybyreasonofsuchdisabilitybeexcludedfromtheparticipationinbedeniedthebenefitsoforbesubjectedtodiscriminationinprogramsoractivitiessponsoredbyapublicentity.ComplaintsshouldbeaddressedtoKatelinMillerADAComplianceCoordinator115StudentCentertelephone256638-4418ext.2322.TheAlabamaRelayCenternumberforhearing-impairedpersonsusingaTDDortexttelephoneis800548-2546.TheADAComplianceCoordinatorhasbeendesignatedtocoordinateaccessibilityofCollegeprogramsandservicesaswellasotherADAcomplianceefforts.1.AsafirststeptheindividualwhowishestoregisteracomplainttheComplainantshouldcontactthepersonmostlikelytobeabletorectifytheproblemi.e.thepersonRespondentwhoisresponsiblefortheallegedviolationortheareaofallegedviolation.Everyeffortshouldbemadeonbothsidestoresolvethesituationinformally.Reasonableaccommodationifneededmustbeprovidedtoenableeffectivecommunication.TheRespondentmustdocumentthecomplaintthedatetheresolutionofthecomplaintandthedatetheresolutionwasimplemented.ThedocumentationdoesnothavetocontainthenameoftheComplainantifComplainantwishestoremainanonymous.DocumentationmustberetainedonfilebytheRespondentandshouldalsobefiledwiththeADACoordinatorforverificationincaseofalatersuit.IfthemattercannotberesolvedinformallytheComplainantshouldproceedasfollows.2.AformalcomplaintisfiledinwritingcontainsthenameandaddressoftheComplainantandbrieflydescribestheallegedviolationoftheregulations.IfaccommodationisneededtoputthecomplaintinwritingtheADAOfficeshouldbecontactedforassistance.Acomplaintshouldbefiledwithinfifteen15daysaftertheComplainantbecomesawareoftheallegedviolation.Acomplaintwhichreferencesongoingdiscriminatorypracticesorproceduresmaybefiledatanytime.3.Aninvestigationshallfollowafilingofthecomplaint.TheinvestigationshallbeconductedbytheADACoordinatorwithassistancefromotherCollegepersonnelasneeded.Theserulescontemplateinformalbutthoroughinvestigationsaffordingallinterestedpersonsandtheirrepresentativesifanyanopportunitytosubmitevidencerelevanttoacomplaint.Reasonableaccommodationshallbeprovidedifneededtoenableeffectivecommunication.4.AwrittendeterminationastothevalidityofthecomplaintandadescriptionoftheresolutionifanyshallbeissuedbytheADACoordinatorandacopyforwardedtotheComplainantnolaterthanten10daysafteritsfiling.ThereporttotheComplainantshallbedeliveredinpersonortotheaddressgiveninthewrittencomplaintbycertifiedmailreturnreceiptrequested.5.TheComplainantmayrequestareconsiderationofthecaseininstanceswhereheorsheisdissatisfiedwiththeresolution.Therequestforreconsiderationshouldbemadewithinfifteen15daystotheCollegePresidentDavidCampbellPendleyAdministrationBuilding.ThePresidentwillappointacommitteeofatleastthreepersonstoreviewthecomplaintanditsresolutiononeofthesepersonsshallbenominatedbytheComplainantoneshallbeselectedbythePresidentandtheADACoordinatorwillbethethird.AdditionalpersonsmaybeaddedtothecommitteeiftheirassistanceisconsideredbythePresidenttofacilitateconscientiousresolutionoftheproblem.Reasonableaccommodationshallbeprovidedifneededtoenableeffectivecommunication.TheADACoordinatorwillserveaschairofthecommitteeandwillsubmitacommitteerecommendationtothePresidentwithinthirty30daysofthefilingofrequestforreconsideration. Northeast173TheprocessofreviewisintendedtodeterminecomplianceornoncompliancewiththeActandwithimplementingregulationsoftheDepartmentofJusticeandtheEqualEmploymentOpportunityCommission.Thecommitteereportandrecommendationwillnotedifferingopinionsorconsensuswithinthecommitteeonthevalidityofthecomplainttheappropriatenessoftheresolutionandthedegreeofvariancefromthelegislativeregulations.Additionalresolutionsmaybesuggested.6.ThePresidentwillreviewthecommitteereportandwillfileawrittenresponsetotheComplainant.Thisresponsewillbefinalsofarastheinstitutionallevelisconcerned.TheDepartmentofPostsecondaryEducationisthenextlevelaboveNortheastshouldtheComplainantdesirefurtherreview.7.TheADACoordinatorshallmaintainthefilesandrecordsofNortheastrelatingtothecomplaintsfiledandtheirresolution.8.Anytimelimitsethereinmaybeextendeduponthewrittenmutualconsentofbothparties.9.TherightofapersontopromptandequitableresolutionofthecomplaintfiledhereundershallnotbeimpairedbythepersonspursuitofotherremediessuchasthefilingofanADAcomplaintwithresponsiblefederaldepartmentoragency.Useofthisgrievanceprocedureisnotaprerequisitetothepursuitofotherremedies.10.TheserulesshallbeconstruedtoprotectthesubstantiverightsofinterestedpersonstomeetappropriatedueprocessstandardsandtoassurethatNortheastcomplieswiththeADAandimplementingregulations.ADMISSIONSAdmissionsinformationandpertinentformsmaybeobtainedintheAdmissionsOfficeintheStudentCenterandonthecollegewebsiteatwww.nacc.edu.ADVISINGPLACEMENTANDACADEMICADVISINGWhenastudentisacceptedforadmissionstoNortheastheorsheisassignedanacademicadvisor.TheadvisorisfamiliarwiththeCollegeprogramandtheareaofinterestofthestudentandwillassistthestudentinthefollowing1.Understandingthegeneraleducationalprogramofthecollege2.Arrangingaprogramofstudyandscheduleofclasses3.Planningforlong-rangeeducationalgoals4.ExplainingtheworkoftheseveraladministrativeandadvisingofficesoftheCollege5.Resolvingdifficultiesencounteredbythestudentintheeducationalprogram.Experienceindicatesthatwhenstudentsenrollinclassesthatarebestsuitedtotheirneedstheyaremorelikelytosucceed.Studentsrecognizethattherearecertainminimumstandardstheymustmeettobequalifiedtotakecollege-levelcourses.ForthesereasonseachstudentisrequiredtotaketheCOMPASSplacementtest.TheCOMPASStestisacomputerizedplacementtestdesignedtodetermineabilitylevelsinmathematicswritingandreading.Oncethestudenttakesthetesttheadvisorisbetterpreparedtorecommendtheappropriatecourses.StudentswhohavepreviouscollegecreditinEnglishandmathematicsarenotrequiredtotaketheCOMPASStest.EXEMPTIONAnystudentscoring480oraboveontheSATEnglishand480oraboveontheSATmathematicsor20oraboveontheACTEnglishand20oraboveontheACTmathematicswhoappliesforadmissiontoenrollinasystemcollegewithintwoyearsofhighschoolgraduationisexemptfromtheplacementtestrequirements.Studentswhohaveanassociatedegreeorhigherorstudentswhotransferrequiredcollege-levelEnglishormathematicscourseswithagradeofCorbetterareexemptfromplacementtestrequirements.StudentsareencouragedtodiscusstheirplansproblemsandneedswithafacultyadvisorortheDirectoroftheCollegeandCareerPlanningCenter.Advisorsareavailabletoassiststudentsduringregistrationandduringregularlyscheduledofficehours.TheofficeoftheDeanofStudentServicesisavailabletogiveeachstudenttheservicesneededortomaketheproperreferralstosupportingagenciesorpersons.StudentsareencouragedtovisittheStudentServicesOfficeintheStudentCenterortheCollegeandCareerPlanningCenterintheWallaceAdministrationBuildingtoobtainhelporinformationpertainingtotheircollegeexperience.ADULTEDUCATIONAdultEducationoperatesundertheAlabamaDepartmentofPostsecondaryEducationandthroughaconsortiumofpublicschoolsystemsandcommunitycollegesinDeKalbJacksonandMarshallCounties.Itprovidesacademicinstructionfromverybasicskillsuptothecollegelevel.AreasofinstructionincludereadingwritingandspeakingEnglishmathsocialstudiesscienceandGEDandcollegepreparation.InstructionisgroupedintotwogeneralareasBasicAcademicImprovementincludingGEDadultreadingandcollegeprepandEnglishasaSecondLanguageESL.Classesareusuallyscheduledseparatelyandarefreeandopentoanyone17yearsofageorolderandnotenrolledinaK-12school.Instructionalmaterialsareprovidedtoenrolleesandmanyclassesareequippedwithcomputersusingthelatestsoftware.InsomecasestheProgrampartnerswithareaindustriestoprovideclassesfortheiremployees.Whetherheldon-siteorinpubliclocationsparticipantshavetheopportunitytoimprovework-specificskillsinadditiontogeneralacademicimprovement.Pleasecontactusifyouwishtoenrollorperhapsvolunteeryourtimetohelpothers.Formorespecificinformationorclasslocationsandtimespleasecontactourofficeat256-638-2957or256-228-0021visitourwebsiteatwww.nacc.eduadultedoremailusatedmondsontnacc.edu.ALCOHOLICBEVERAGESNortheastdoesnotpermittheconsumptionorpossessionofalcoholicbeveragesonthecampusoratcollege-sponsoredfunctions.ARTICULATIONSTARSTheAlabamaArticulationProgramalsocalledSTARSStatewideArticulationReportingSystemisacomputerizedarticulationandtransferplanningsystemdesignedtoinformstudentswhoattendAlabamaCommunityCollegesaboutdegreerequirementscourseequivalentsandothertransferinformationpertainingtospecificmajorsateachstatefundedfour-yearinstitution.STARSisanefficientandeffectivewayofprovidingstudentscounselorsandeducatorswithaccurateinformationuponwhichtransferdecisionscanbemade.STARSistheinformationlinkbetweenthestatespublictwo-yearandfour-yearinstitutions.TheSTARSdatabaseifusedproperlycanpreventthelossofcoursecredithourscanprovidedirectionfortheschedulingofcourseworkandcaneasethetransitionfromoneinstitutiontoanother. Northeast1742TO4TRANSFERPROGRAM2to4ProgramTransferGuidestellhowtocompletemajorsinAlabamasindependentprivatecollegesafterearninganassociatesdegreeatNortheastsimilartotheTransferGuidesthatSTARSprovidesfortransferringtopubliccolleges.TransferGuideslisttheNACCcoursestotakeforachosenmajoratoneofthesecolleges.2to4TransferPrograminformationandTransferGuidesareherehttpswww.accs.ccindex.cfmacademicstransfer-guidesAsof2014thefollowingmembersofAlabamasIndependentCollegesandUniversitiesAAICUparticipateinthe2to4ProgramBirmingham-SouthernCollegeConcordiaCollegeFaulknerUniversityHuntingdonCollegeJudsonCollegeMilesCollegeSamfordUniversitySpringHillCollegeStillmanCollegeTalladegaCollegeTuskegeeUniversityUnitedStatesSportsAcademyUniversityofMobileMorecollegesarebeingaddedasTransferGuidesarecompleted.ARTICULATIONPOLICYFORTECHNICALCOURSESNACCestablishesarticulationprogramswithareasecondarytechnicalschools.ToensurethatcourseworkandlearningoutcomesareatthecollegiatelevelandcomparabletoNACCdegreeprogramsNortheastfacultymustbeinvolvedintheprocesstodeterminewhichsecondarytechnicalcoursemaybeacceptedforarticulation.Creditawardedinthismannerwillbeheldinanescrowaccountuntilallotherdegreerequirementsaremet.Thecollegedoesnotoffercreditforexperientiallearningorprofessionalcertificates.ATHENSSTATEUNIVERSITYATNACCAthensStateUniversityASUoffersprogramsandcoursesontheNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeNACCcampus.StudentsmaygraduatefromsomeASUprogramsbyattendingASUclassesatNACC.ASUstudentsmeetinclassroomsontheNACCcampus.ContacttheASUrepresentativeAleciaWhiteat256638-3736256228-6001ext.2285ortheASUofficelocatedintheWilliamH.BeckHealthandFineArtsBuildingRoom107forinformationondegreeprogramscourseschedulingadmissionsscholarshipsfinancialaid.Theemailaddressisalecia.whiteathens.edu.StudentsmustbeadmittedtoASUtoenrollintheseclassesandprogramsofferedontheNACCcampus.BLACKBOARDBlackboardisacoursemanagementsystemusedbyNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegetoprovideonlineaccesstoinstructionalmaterials.EveryactivestudenthasaBlackboardaccountthatcanbeaccessedwhenregistrationiscomplete.Totakeaweb-basedonlinecourseReadtheTechnicalRequirementsforusingBlackboardandmakesureyouhaveaccesstoacomputermeetingthesespecifications.Register.TakeOrientationforeachclassasshownonClassScheduleAttendclassOrientationifitmeetsoncampus.CompleteclassOrientationwithinBlackboardifitisonline.ClassOrientationisnottobeconfusedwithorientationtousingBlackboardingeneralwhichisahands-ontrainingsessionofferedatthefirstofeachsemesterseebelow.ClassorientationisalwaysrequiredorientationtousingBlackboardisrecommendedthefirsttimeyoutakeanonlineclass.IfyouhavenotsettledallfinancialobligationstothecollegeyouwillnotbeabletoaccessyourcurrentsemesterBlackboardcourses.Yourregistrationisnotconsideredcompleteuntilallfinancialaidandorpaymentshavebeenappliedtoyourcurrentsemesteraccount.AtOrientationorbyemailTELLYOURINSTRUCTORthatyouintendtofinishregisteringandtakethecourse.Askhowtoavoidgettingbehindinyourearlyassignmentsandfollowinstructions.ThenaccessBlackboardassoonasyoubecomeeligible.FinancialAidStudentsIfyourinstructordoesnothearfromyoubytheendofLateRegistrationyournamewillbeturnedintoFinancialAidasnotattending.Ifyouarehavingcomputerproblemsgotoadifferentcomputerandemailtheinstructoralsoturninanyassignmentsduethefirstfewdays.ALWAYSuseyourcollegeemailaccounttocorrespondwithinstructorsandcollegeofficesneveradifferentaccount.Mailfromotheraccountsmaynotbeaccepted.Haveaback-upplanforaccessingBlackboardandcollegeemailwhenyouhavecomputerorInternetproblems.NACCcomputersinthelibraryorcomputerlabscanbeused.Neverletcomputerproblemsmakeyoumissanassignmentormessage.HOWTOACCESSCLICKBlackboardLog-inonthehomepageleftmenu.DidyouknowYoucangodirectlytoBlackboardwithoutusingtheNACCwebsitebygoingtohttpsnacc.blackboard.com.BookmarkitUSERNAMEisyourfullNortheastemailaddressincludingthewordmail.Ex.jdoe0101mail.nacc.edu.PASSWORDisyourNOAHpasswordwhichbydefaultisyoursix-digitbirthdaymmddyyuntilyouchangeitinNOAH.OnceyouareloggedintoBlackboardyouwillseelinkstoallyouronlinecourses.IFYOUDONOTSEEacourseyouintendedtotakeemailtheinstructorimmediatelycheckwiththeadvisorwhoregisteredyouandaskFinancialAidortheBusinessOfficewhyyourregistrationisincomplete.UsinganycomputerorinformationtechnologyresourceofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegesignifiesthattheuseragreestocomplywiththefollowingNACCpoliciesfoundonlineComputerTechnologyAcceptableUsePolicyPeer-to-PeerFileSharingPolicyWirelessAccessPolicyFortechnicalassistancecontactJudithLeaDirectorofTechnologyLearningCenterext.2309orbyemailleajnacc.edu.BOOKSTORETEXTBOOKSETC.ThecollegebookstoreisTextbooksEtc.andislocatedintheAnnex.TextbooksworkbookslabbookssuppliesforartnursingandmusicandgeneralsuppliessuchaspaperpenspencilsindexcardsheadachecoldremediesNACCt-shirtsandcapsandotheritemsareofferedforsale.Studentscanpaybycashcheckcreditcardordebitcard. Northeast175ThegoalofTextbooksEtc.istohavethetextbooksandrelatedmaterialsinthestoreatthebeginningofthesemesterandtokeepthecostofallitemsaslowaspossible.BuybackPolicyHardcoverandpaperbackbookswillbeboughtbackat50ofpurchaseprice.Thebookmustbeingoodconditionforusebytheowneranditmustbeinusetheupcomingsemester.TextbooksthatwillnotbeusedoncampuswillhaveabuybackpriceestablishedbytheMarketBuyersGuide.Thesebuybackswillbedeterminedbythebookstorehavinganopportunitytomarketthesebooks.RefundPolicyBooksmaybereturnedforfullcreditwithinthefirst7classdaysofeachsemesterwithareceipt.Booksmaybereturnedforfullcreditwithinthefirst10classdayswithareceiptandadropslip.ThebooksmustnotbemarkedinshrinkwrapmustnotberemovedanddiskorCDmustbeunopenedinbook.REFUNDSWILLNOTBEGIVENUNTILTHESECONDDAYOFCLASSOFTHESEMESTER.HoursforTextbooksEtc.MondayandThursday800AM-700PMTuesdayandWednesday800AM-200PMFriday800AM-1200NoonTelephone256-638-4418Ext.2287FAX256-638-9476CAAPTESTINGTheCollegiateAssessmentofAcademicProficiencyCAAPisastandardizedtestingprogramfromACTusedtomeasuresomeoftheoutcomesoftheNACCgeneraleducationprogram.ThepurposeofCAAPtestingisthreefold1tomeasurethestrengthsoftheNACCgeneraleducationprogramandidentifyareasinneedofimprovement2toenablestudentstoevaluatetheirindividualknowledgelevelsandtocomparetheirscorestothoseofotherNACCstudentsand3tocompareNACCresultswiththoseofothercollegesthroughoutthenation.Duringthespringsemestertwoexamsareselectedfromamongthefollowingchoicesreadingwritingskillsmathematicsscienceandcriticalthinking.Theexamsareadministeredtoselectedstudentswhohavecompletedcourseworkinthedisciplinestobetested.Allresultsareconfidential.CAAPtestingiscoordinatedbytheOfficeofInstitutionalPlanningandAssessment.CAFETERIAFOODSERVICESAprivatelyoperatedCafeteriaislocatedintheStudentCenter.Studentsshouldreturntraysanddishestothedesignatedwindowandhelptokeepthebuildingclean.Glassesdishesutensilsetc.shouldnotberemovedfromtheStudentCenter.Studentsshouldconductthemselveswithpropermannersatalltimes.TheCafeteriaisopenforbothdayandeveningstudents.CAMPUSSAVEACTANDTHECLERYACTTheCampusSexualViolenceEliminationActSaVEActwaspassedinMarch2013asapartoftheViolenceAgainstWomenReauthorizationActVAWA.ThegoalsoftheCampusSaVEActaretoPreventdomesticviolencesexualassaultdatingviolenceandstalkingoncampus.Educatethecampuscommunitythatviolenceagainstwomenisunlawful.Coordinateservicestorecipientsandsurvivorsinresponsetoincidents.Givestudentsandstaffinformationoncampussecuritypoliciesandstatistics.TheCampusSaVEActamendstheJeanneCleryDisclosureofCampusSecurityPolicyandCampusCrimeStatisticsActknownastheCleryActwhichrequireshighereducationinstitutionstoreportcrimestatisticsanddisclosesecurity-relatedinformationinseveralimportantwaysItaddsoffensesinvolvingdomesticviolencedatingviolenceandstalkingtothecrimesthatinstitutionsmustreportandincludeintheirannualsecurityreportsASRItexpandsthecategoriesofreportablehatecrimestoincludethosebasedonbiasagainstgenderidentityornationaloriginThepolicystatementsfiledaspartoftheASRmustnowincludedetaileddescriptionsoftheinstitutionsinternalproceduresincasesofdomesticviolencedatingviolenceorstalkingaswellasdescriptionsofitseducationandpreventionprograms.TheCampusSaVEActcontactatNACCisPatWildmaninthePresidentsOfficePendleyAdministrationBuildingextension2243emailwildmanpnacc.edu.CENTERFORCOLLEGESUCCESSTheCenterforCollegeSuccessCCSprovidesstudentswiththeutmostopportunityforcollegesuccess.ItisavailabletostudentsthemomenttheyenrollatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.Thisprogramwillenablestudentstobuildthenecessaryfoundationsforacademicaswellasfuturesuccess.CCSprovidesthefollowingservices1Tutoringinmostdisciplines2Advisement3LearningStyleInventories4LearningandStudyStrategiesInventory5Counseling6ExemplarystudentsuccessprogramsCLASSSCHEDULECHANGESAnychangeinclassscheduleafterregistrationshouldbeinitiatedwiththestudentsfacultyadvisor.Acoursemaybedroppedofficiallywithoutacademicpenaltyduringtheregistrationperiod.Nogradewillbenotedonthestudentstranscriptforthedroppedcourseduringthisperiod.Coursesmaybedroppedfollowingtheregistrationperioduntiltheofficialdropwithdrawaldeadline.CoursesdroppedduringthisperiodwillresultinagradeofWrecordedonthestudentstranscript.GradesofWarenotincludedingradepointaveragecalculations.Nodropsorwithdrawalsarepermittedaftertheofficialdropwithdrawaldeadlineunlesscircumstancesaremitigating.MitigatingcircumstancesaredeterminedbytheDeanofStudentServicesDeanofInstructionDeanofExtendedDayorDirectorofTechnologyandWorkforceDevelopment.TheofficialdropwithdrawaldatewillbeofficiallypublishedinthesemesterscheduleofclassesandintheCollegecalendar.COLLEGEANDCAREERPLANNINGCENTERTheCollegeandCareerPlanningCenterprovidesstudentswithcareerplanningservices.Suggestionsandadvicearegiveninanattempttohelpthestudentidentifystrengthsandweaknessesastheymayberelatedtocollegeandcareerplans.TheCollegeandCareerPlanning Northeast176Centerisavailabletogiveeachstudenttheservicesneededortomakeproperreferralsforadditionalassistance.Theservicesincludeindividualcareeradvisingsessionscareerassessmentscoordinatingjobshadowingopportunitiesrsumwritingandjobsearchassistance.Clientsservedarestudentscurrentlyenrolledincludingdualenrollmentstudents.AdultEducationstudentsdisplacedworkersformerNACCstudentsorgraduatesandcommunityresidentsarealsoprovidedcareerplanningservices.Twocareercoachesserve8th-12thgradestudentsinDeKalbandJacksonCountySchoolSystemsandtheFortPayneCityandScottsboroCitySchoolSystems.Thegoaloftheprogramistohelpindividualsfindtherightcareerpatheducationandtrainingtobecompetitiveandsuccessfulintodaysworkforce.Acareerandtransferadvisorisalsoavailabletoassiststudentstransferringtofour-yearinstitutionsaswellasothertwo-yearcolleges.Thetransferadvisorprovidesone-on-onecollegetransferadvisingregardingselectionofaninstitutiontoattendselectionofamajorforthestudentsdesireddegreeandthearticulationofcoursestakenatNortheasttouniversitiesandtwo-yearcollegeswithintheStateofAlabamaaswellasout-of-stateschools.Thetransferadvisoralsoassistswiththeadmissionsandscholarshipprocessforfour-yearinstitutionsaswellasalliedhealthcareprogramsattwo-yearcommunitycolleges.ItisthegoalofthetransferadvisortohelpstudentssuccessfullytransferandcompletetheirbachelorsdegreeorA.A.S.invariousalliedhealthcaredegrees.TheCollegeandCareerCenteralsohousestheJobPlacementOffice.Thisofficecanassiststudentsandalumniwiththeirjobpreparationandemploymentneeds.StudentscanhaveaCertifiedProfessionalRsumWriterworkwiththemtocraftanexcellentrsumandorcoverletterworkone-on-onetodevelopbetterinterviewingskillsandevengetaccesstolocaljobpostingsrelatedtotheirfieldofstudy.COLLEGEDRESSStudentsareexpectedtodressinasociallyacceptablemanner.Conventionaldressmustbewornbystudents.COMPASSCOMPASSisatestdesignedtodeterminestudentskilllevelsinwritingreadingandmathematics.Thetestresultsinnowayaffectadmissiontothecollege.ThescoresareusedbystudentsadvisorstoassistinplacingstudentinEnglishmathematicsandreadingclassesappropriateforeachstudentsskillslevels.Thecompletionofthistestisrequiredbyallfirst-timecollegestudentsandthosewhohavenothadpreviouscollegeEnglishormathematics.ExemptionsAnystudentscoring480oraboveontheSATEnglishand480oraboveontheSATmathematicsor20oraboveontheACTEnglishand20oraboveontheACTmathematicswhoappliesforadmissiontoandenrollsinasystemcollegewithintwoyearsofhighschoolgraduationisexemptfromtheplacementtestrequirement.Studentswhohaveanassociatedegreeorhigherorstudentswhotransferrequiredcollege-levelEnglishormathematicscourseswithagradeofCorbetterareexemptfromtheplacementtestrequirements.COMPUTERTECHNOLOGYACCEPTABLEUSEPOLICYIntroductionNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeprovidesstudentswithcomputerworkstationsinlaboratoriesandinthelibraryandprovidesfacultyandstaffwithcomputeraccessinoffices.TheseworkstationssoftwareandstoragedevicecontentsarethepropertyofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.AspartofcampusresourcescomputersareconnectedtoandhaveaccesstotheInternet.EachuserisresponsibleforhisorheractivitiesoncomputersandontheInternet.Activitieswhichareillegalharassothersandoffendthoseworkingaroundonearenotpermittedandwillresultinlossofprivileges.Campusworkstationsandtheresourcestheyaccessareprovidedforcourse-relatedassignmentsscholarlyresearchcollegebusinessandotheractivitiesdirectlyrelatedtothemissionofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.Atthediscretionofcollegepersonnelresourcesmaybeusedforrecreationalandcasualusewhentheyarenototherwiseinuse.Inallcasescomputeruseinsupportofthecollegesmissionwilltakeprecedenceoverrecreationalandcasualuse.AccessisaprivilegenotarightNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegereservestherighttodenytheprivilegeoftheuseofanyoralltypesofcomputertechnologytoindividualswhoviolatetheAcceptableUsePolicy.DefinitionsandApplicationThisAcceptableUsePolicyappliestoallpersonswhouseorattempttousecomputerresourcesownedbyNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.Computerresourcesincludecomputersnetworkssoftwaredataandotherinformationtechnologieswhetherlocatedoncampusoratanoff-campusactivitysponsoredbytheCollege.TheseresourcesaretobeusedinamannerthatsupportstheinstitutionalmissionofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeprovidesInternetaccessonselectedcomputersavailabletoitsstudentsfacultyandstaffbyparticipatingintheAlabamaResearchandEducationalNetworkARENwhichisadministeredbytheAlabamaSupercomputerAuthorityinordertoprovideInternetaccessforacademiceducationalandresearchpurposesonly.TheCollegeabidesbytheAcceptableUsePolicyofARENwhichisavailableforviewintheOfficeofTechnology.AllNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeregulationsandexistingstateandfederallawsapplyincludingnotonlythoseregulationsandlawsthatarespecifictocomputersandnetworksbutalsothosethatmayapplygenerallytopersonalconductandstate-ownedproperty.UnacceptableUseUsersofcomputingresourcesbelongingtoNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegewillbeheldaccountablefortheirconductunderthispolicystatementanyotherapplicablepoliciesorproceduresofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeandorstateorfederallawsandregulations.UseofcomputerinformationtechnologythatisunacceptableincludesbutisnotlimitedtothefollowingexamplesViolatingorattemptingtoviolatecopyrightlawsgoverningsoftwareandmaterialsaccessedbymeansofcomputertechnology.ViolatingorattemptingtoviolatelicenseagreementsincludingbutnotlimitedtomakingunauthorizedcopiesofsoftwareordataownedbyorlicensedtoNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.UsingsoftwareordataobtainedbymeansthatareillegalorcontrarytothepoliciesofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.ViolatingorattemptingtoviolateNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegesecurityincludingbutnotlimitedtocircumventingdataprotectionschemesgainingunauthorizedaccessordecryptingsecuredata.AccessingorattemptingtoaccessinformationbelongingtoanotherindividualorNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeofficeormisrepresentingonesidentityincludingbutnotlimitedtousinganotherspassword. Northeast177Allowinganunauthorizedindividualtoaccessanaccountorinformationincludingbutnotlimitedtodivulgingapasswordorothersign-oninformation.IntentionallyexecutingtransmittingorinstallinganyprogramdesignedtodamageortoplaceexcessiveloadonacomputersystemornetworkincludingbutnotlimitedtocomputervirusesTrojanHorsesandworms.Creatingreproducingortransmittingmaterialsthatareslanderousordefamatoryinnaturethatthreatenviolenceorthatotherwiseviolateexistinglawsorregulations.Displayingtextorimagesthatmightbefoundoffensiveinalocationthatcanbeseenorreadbyothersincludingbutnotlimitedtotextorimagesthatareobsceneorharassinginanyway.Usingorattemptingtousecomputerresourcestoharassotherstomonitorothersortodisrupttheirwork.Failingtoabidebytheprovisionsofthisstatementthatgiveprioritytoeducationalusesofcomputerresourcesincludingbutnotlimitedtousingcomputersforcommercialpurposesorforrecreationalpurposeswhileothersneedaccessforeducationalpurposes.Failingtoabidebythepoliciesproceduresandregulationsofthelablibraryclassroomofficeorotherfacilityinwhichthecomputerequipmentislocated.UsingorinstallinganysoftwarethathasnotbeenauthorizedbyNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.Overusingoroverloadingcomputerresourcesincludingcomputermemoryaswellaspaperandothersupplies.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegereservestherighttoperiodicallypurgeexcessivelylargefilesandemailfiles.DamagingdestroyingdefacingorremovinghardwaresoftwaredataorsuppliesthatbelongtoothersortoNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.DisciplinaryActionsBecauseaccesstoinformationtechnologyresourcesatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeisaprivilegeabuseofthisprivilegeissubjecttocampusdisciplinaryproceduresandpossiblylegalaction.Iftheinitialviolationisminororaccidentalthesituationwillberesolvedinformallywiththepurposeofeducatingtheviolator.IftheviolationisrepeatedorismoreseriousinnatureNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegemayrescindormodifycomputeraccessprivileges.ViolationsoflocalstateorfederallawswillresultintheimmediatelossofallNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegecomputingprivilegesandwillbereferredtoappropriateNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeofficialsandorlawenforcementauthorities.SecurityNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegehastheresponsibilityofadministeringprotectingandmonitoringallcomputerssoftwareandnetworksownedorlicensedbythecollegewhetheronoroffcampuswiththeexceptionofprivatelyownedcomputersinthepossessionofindividualsfortheirpersonaluse.Authorizedpersonnelmaymonitorcomputeractivityincludingelectronicmailforthepurposeofmaintainingsystemperformanceandsecurity.Usersareexpectedtocooperatewithinvestigationsofviolationofcollegepolicy.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegereservestherighttorequireuserstorefrainfromusinganyprogramorpropertyofthecollege.DisclaimerNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeacceptsnoresponsibilityfordamagetopersonalpropertyordatacausedbyanyNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegecomputersystemorconnectionsincludingbutnotlimitedtomalfunctionsofhardwareandsoftwarecomputervirusesTrojanHorsesandworms.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegewillnotbeliablefortheactionsofanyoneincludingstudentsandemployeesconnectedtotheInternetthroughthecollegeInternetaccess.UserAgreementUsingorattemptingtouseanycomputerorinformationtechnologyresourceofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegesignifiesthefollowingTheuseragreestocomplywiththeprovisionsofthisAcceptableUsePolicy.Theuseracceptsresponsibilityforknowingthecontentsofthispolicystatement.Failuretoreadoracknowledgethisstatementwillnotbeanexcusefornoncompliance.Theuseracceptsthatfailuretocomplywiththispolicymayresultintemporaryorpermanentdenialofaccesstocomputerorinformationtechnologiesorinsomecasesmayresultincollegedisciplinaryactionorlegalaction.CopiesoftheAcceptableUsePolicyareavailableintheCollegeCatalogontheCollegewebsiteandinfacilitieswherecomputerresourcesareused.Asummaryofthispolicyispostedonornearcomputerequipment.CONDUCTStudentsareexpectedtoconductthemselvesinamannercompatiblewiththeeducationalobjectivesoftheCollege.TheCollegedoesnotpermitinanywaytheconsumptionorpossessionofalcoholicbeveragesandornarcoticsandotherhallucinogenicdrugsonthecampusoratcollege-sponsoredfunctions.Possessionoffirearmsisprohibited.Litteringisalsoprohibited.Studentswhoareobservedlitteringonthecampuswillbefined10.00perincident.Otherspecificformsofprohibitedconductare1.Dishonestystudentsareexpectedtobeacademicallyhonest.AnystudentfoundguiltyofcheatingmaybedroppedfromthecoursewithagradeofF.2.Conductinviolationoffederalstateorlocallaw3.Destructionortheftofproperty4.ObstructionordisruptionoftheCollegesacademicprogramoroperations5.FailuretocomplywithdirectionsofCollegeofficialsactingintheperformanceoftheirduties6.Violationoflibraryortrafficregulations.Studentsonprobationmaynotrepresenttheschoolininterscholasticcontests.CONTINUINGEDUCATIONANDPUBLICSERVICESTheprovisionofcontinuingeducationandpublicservicesasoneofthebasicmissionsoftheCollegeprovidesanecessarylinkbetweentheCollegeandthecommunitiesofnortheastAlabama.Programsofcontinuingeducationaredevelopedinresponsetospecialeducationaldemandsandrequestsofcitizensprofessionalandbusinessgroupsgovernmentalagenciescivicgroupsandreligiousorganizations.Themajorroleofcontinuingeducationoperationsistodevelopandimplement Northeast178shortcoursesworkshopsseminarsandinstitutesfor1personalinterestandenrichmentand2careerandprofessionaldevelopment.Personalenrichmentprogramsaredevelopedwithspecialfocusuponeducationalneedsanddesiresandtheymayrelatetoartsandcraftsmusicaltrainingphysicaleducationhealthconcernsandotherareasofhumaninterest.IndividualsfromthecommunitycivicgroupsandotherorganizationsareencouragedtomaketheOfficeoftheDirectoroftheTechnologyandWorkforceDevelopmentawareofanyspecialareasofinterestforwhichpersonalenrichmentprogramsmightbedeveloped.Careerandprofessionalprogramsaredevelopedtomeetthecontinuingeducationneedsofpersonnelinmanyoccupationalareasandaredesignedforcareerandprofessionalimprovement.ContinuingEducationcoursesareofferedprimarilyaseveningclasses.TheyareselectedtoservepeopleofallageswithdifferentinterestsfromawideregionofnortheastAlabama.ThepublicservicesofferedbytheCollegearedesignedtoextendtheuseofCollegeresourcesandfacilitiestothecommunity.Specialtrainingprogramsorganizationalmeetingsrecreationalprogramsandothereducationallyrelatedmeetingsmaybepermittedonaspaceavailablebasis.DEVELOPMENTALSTUDIESPROGRAMTheDevelopmentalStudiesProgramatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegehasbeenprovidedtomeettheneedsofincomingfreshmenwholackthefoundationalskillstobesuccessfulatcollege-levelcoursework.ThesestudentsneedacademicreviewasdiagnosedbytheCOMPASSPlacementTest.Thereforedevelopmentalclassesthatwillenablestudentstobuildthenecessaryskillsareprovided.InadditiontheDevelopmentalStudiesProgramatNACCprovidesfreetutorialservicesacademiccounselingadvisementcareerdevelopmentaswellasothersupportservices.ThroughtheDevelopmentalStudiesProgramNACCisdedicatedtohelpingstudentsbuildskillsfortheirfuture.DISCIPLINARYPROCEDURES1.Acomplaintcanbelodgedagainstanystudentbyanyaffectedpartyoranypartywithinformationorknowledgeconcerningthesubjectofthecomplaint.ThecomplaintmustbemadethroughtheofficeoftheDeanofStudentServices.Allrecordsoftheproceedingswillbekeptconfidential.2.TheDeanofStudentServicesshallinvestigatethecomplaintandmakeapreliminarydecision.IftheDeanofStudentServicesfindsthatthereisnoprobablecauseforthecomplainttheDeanofStudentServicesshalltakenofurtheractionifthereisprobablecausetobelievethatthecomplaintiswell-foundedtheDeanofStudentServicesshallreducethecomplainttowritingandshallsubmitthemattertotheDisciplinaryCommittee.3.TheDisciplinaryCommitteeiscomposedoffourfacultymembersandonestaffmember.UponreceiptofawrittencomplaintfromtheDeanofStudentServicestheDisciplinaryCommitteeshallconveneahearingandshallgivereasonablenoticeofthedatetimeandplaceofthehearingtogetherwithacopyofthewrittencomplainttotheaffectedstudent.4.ThehearingshallconsistofinformalfactfindingbytheCommittee.TheaccusedmaypresentfactsandmayalsopresentwitnessestheDeanofStudentServicesshallpresentfactsandwitnesses.ThosepresentatthehearingmayonlyconsistoftheaccusedaccuserwitnessesDeanofStudentServicesandCommitteemembers.AfterthehearingtheDisciplinaryCommitteebymajorityvoteshallmakeawrittenrecommendationtothePresidentiftheCommitteefindsthatthecomplaintissupportedbythefacts.TheDisciplinaryCommitteeshallfixanappropriatesanctioninitswrittenfindingsifappropriate.5.ThePresidentoftheinstitutionshallapproveordisapprovethesuggestedsanctionorthePresidentmayfurtheralteroramendthesuggestedsanction.6.ThePresidentshallwithinfive5daysafterreceiptoftheDisciplinaryCommitteesfindingnotifytheaccusedandaccuserinwritingofthesanctiontobeimposed.7.Thestudenthastherighttoappealifwithinfive5daysafterreceiptofthenoticeofsanctionbythePresidentthestudentshallfileanoticeofappealbydeliveringthesametotheofficeofthePresident.TheappellateprocessshallbeareviewbytheDeanofInstructionDeanofStudentServicesDeanofAdministrativeServicesandDeanofExtendedDaysolelyonthefollowinggroundsandnoneotheratodetermineiftherewassubstantialevidencetosupportthedecisionbtodetermineifthestudenthadafairandimpartialhearingandctodetermineifthereisnewevidencewhichwouldaffecteithertheculpabilityofthestudentorthedegreeofsanctions.dThefindingsoftheDeansarepresentedtothePresidentforapprovalandnotificationofresultstotheaccusedandaccuser.8.Ifthechargesagainstastudentaresufficientlygravetherankingadministratorondutyhastheauthorityandresponsibilitytosuspendthestudentatanytimependingfurtherdisciplinaryproceedings.StandardofEvidenceDuringresolutionproceedingstheCollegeshalluseapreponderanceofevidencetodetermineifaviolationofpolicyhasbeenmade.Thepreponderanceofevidencewillconsistofsuchevidenceaswhenconsideredandcomparedwiththatopposedtoithasmoreconvincingforceandproducesinthemindsbeliefthatwhatissoughttobeprovedismorelikelytruethannottrue.PreservationofEvidenceVictimsofsexualharassmentandphysicalassaultshouldmakeeveryefforttopreserveevidencethatcouldbenecessarytoprovethattheviolationoccurredortoobtainaprotectionorder.NotificationofProceedingsThecomplainantandaccusedwillbesimultaneouslyinformedinwritingofthefollowingtheoutcomeofanyinstitutionaldisciplinaryproceedingthatarisesfromanallegationofharassmentorphysicalassaulttheinstitutionsproceduresfortheaccusedandthevictimtoappealtheresultsoftheinstitutionaldisciplinaryproceedinganychangetotheresultsthatoccurspriortothetimethatsuchresultsbecomefinalandwhensuchresultsbecomefinal.NotificationofLawEnforcementVictimsofsexualharassmentandphysicalassaultneedingimmediateassistancefromlawenforcementcannotifytheNACCcampuspoliceorlocallawenforcementoffices.AdditionallytheNACCcampuspoliceassistvictimwithcontactinglocallawenforcementatthediscretionofthevictim.ProtectionInanefforttoprovideaharassment-freecampusenvironmenttheCollegeiscommittedtotheprotectionofemployeesandstudents.Anyonewhohasalegalorderofprotectionnocontactorderrestrainingordersorsimilarlawfulorderagainstanotherindividualisencouragedtoalertcampuspolice.CounselingThoseinneedofcounselinghealthmentalhealthvictimadvocacylegalassistanceandotherservicesshouldcontact Northeast179theDeanofStudentServicesforinformationonthelocalservicesavailablewhichincludebutarenotlimitedtoCrisisServicesofNorthAlabama800-691-8426or256-716-1000MountainLakesBehavioralHealthcare256-259-1774CEDMentalHealthCenter256-845-4571DeKalbCountyChildrensAdvocacyCenter256-997-9700HELPline256-716-1000NationalSexualAssaultHotline800-656-HOPEandNationalDomesticViolenceHotline800-799-7233.HarassmentandPhysicalAssaultPreventionProgramsTheCollegerequiresallemployeesandnewstudentstoparticipateinaweb-basedharassmentandphysicalassaultawarenessandpreventiontrainingprogram.AdditionallytheCollegecoordinatesongoingeducationalprogramsforemployeesandstudentstopromoteawarenessandpreventionofharassmentandphysicalassaultincludingbutnotlimitedtorapeacquaintancerapedomesticviolencedatingviolencesexualassaultandstalking.DISTANCEEDUCATIONNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeNACCrecognizesdistanceeducationasadeliverysystemforinstruction.Distanceeducationisdefinedasaformaleducationalprocessinwhichthemajorityoftheinstructioninteractionbetweenstudentsandinstructorsandamongstudentsinacourseoccurswhenstudentsandinstructorsarenotinthesameplace.ThegoalofthesecoursesistohelpfulfilltheNACCmissionofprovidingavailableaccessibleandaffordablecoursesfortransferandcareerprogramsforstudents.Allofthepresentpoliciesthatapplytoon-campusortraditionalclassroomeducationwillapplytotheareaofdistanceeducation.Thisincludesadmissionprerequisitesgraderequirementsetc.1.DistanceeducationcoursesmustbeofthesamequalityandrigorasthosepresentedoncampusasdemonstratedthroughthefollowingproceduresApplicationwiththeaccompanyingcoursesyllabiprovidedtothedivisiondirectorforreviewandapprovalbytheCurriculumCommitteeandDeanofInstructionpriortocourseimplementationSubmissionofscheduledstudentlearningoutcomesreportstosupervisorsforreviewReviewbytheCurriculumCommitteeofannualinstitutionaleffectivenessreportsincludingreportsrelatingtocourseevaluationsandthecomparabilityofdistanceeducationandtraditionalcourses.2.InstructorsmustdemonstratehowstudentworkismonitoredtoassureintegritythroughthefollowingproceduresEachinstructororanapprovedproctorwilladministeratleastoneon-campusexaminationaccountingfor35ofthetotalcoursegrade.EachinstructorwillrequirestudentstopresentaformalIDpriortotheon-campusexaminations.EachstudentwillberequiredtouseauniqueusernameandpasswordtoaccessthecoursemanagementsystemandotheronlineinstructionalinterfacesExampleCourseCompass.Thedatesofrequiredon-campusmeetingsmustbeannouncedtostudentsatthebeginningofthesemester.3.Distanceeducationinstructorsmustsupportcontinuedcommunicationwithandamongststudentsbyincorporatingintothecourseadiscussionboardorothersharedcommunicationtoolwherebystudentsandtheinstructorhavetheopportunitytoregularlycommunicatesendingweeklyemailstostudentsinordertoencouragecourseprogressmakeannouncementsregardingthecourseworketc.4.AppropriatelibrarylearningresourcesaremadeeasilyaccessiblefordistanceeducationstudentsthroughaccesspointswithinthecoursemanagementsystemBlackboardandthroughtheLibraryandLearningResourcesCenterwebpage.5.Studentservicesmustbeeasilyaccessibleandrelativetodistanceeducationstudents.AccesstosuchservicesisprovidedwithinthecoursemanagementsystemandthroughtheDistanceEducationandStudentServiceswebpages.6.FacultyapprovedtoteachdistanceeducationmustmeetthefollowingrequirementsCompletionofanorientationtodistanceeducationinstructionsessionthroughtheNACCTechnologyLearningCenterpriortoteachingadistanceeducationcourse.ParticipationinatleasttwoannualtrainingsessionsthroughtheNACCTechnologyLearningCenterorthroughBlackboardorotherdigitalcontenttrainingmodules.TheDirectoroftheTechnologyLearningCenterisresponsibleformaintainingrecordsoforientationsessionsandofparticipationandassessmentoftrainingsessions.7.TheNACCIntellectualPropertyandDistanceEducationCourseOwnershipPolicygovernissuespertainingtoownershipofintellectualpropertiesandistobeemployedinconjunctionwiththeDistanceEducationPolicy.8.DistanceEducationfacultymembersmustdeliveraccurateandcurrentinformation.Facultyshallnotincludeinthecontentordeliveryofacourseanyinformationwhichheorsheknowstoconstitutelibelinvasionofprivacyinfringementofcopyrightorotherliteraryrightsorotherwiseviolatethelegalrightsofothers.SeetheTEACHAct.DISTANCEEDUCATIONCOURSESInordertotakeonlinecoursesastudentmusthaveaccesstoactiveinternetconnectionwithaninternetserviceproviderandafunctionalbrowser.Broadbandhighspeedconnectionsarepreferredbutnotrequired.Courseswillworkwithdial-upconnectionsbutthestudentmayexperiencealowerlevelofperformance.Labandlibrarycomputerswithhighspeedconnectionsareavailableoncampusforstudentswhodonothaveanadequateinternetconnectionathomeorareexperiencingproblemswiththeirhomeequipment.AnexampleofaminimumPCforonlinecoursesisonewithWindowsXPorlaterInternetExplorer8.0orhigherInternetServiceProviderISPconnectionBroadbandaccessrecommendedDVDdrive60GBharddriveorgreaterPentiumIVprocessororequivalentand512MBRAM.TechnicalstaffatNortheasthavetestedonlinecoursesforsatisfactoryperformancewithacomputerequippedasabove.Studentsmayusecomputerswithotheroperatingsystemsinternetbrowsersorhardwarewiththeunderstandingthatthecollegedoesnotprovidetechnicalsupportnorguaranteesatisfactoryperformanceofcoursesoftware.NortheastutilizestheBlackboardCourseManagementSystemandCourseCompassSystempoweredbyBlackboardforonlinecourses.Northeastdoesnotcontroltheseserversandadditionalhardwareorsoftwarerequirementsorlimitationsmayapply.Individualcoursesmayhavespecifichardwareorsoftwarerequirementsinadditiontobasicconnectivity.IfyouhavequestionsaboutspecificcoursesconsultyourclasssyllabuscontactyourinstructororcontacttheStudentandFacultyTechnologyLearningCenteratextension2309. Northeast180Distanceeducationcoursesmeetthesamestandardsofqualityofthoseofferedinclassroominstructiononcampus.Eachcourseprovidesopportunitiesforinteractionwiththeinstructoraswellasclassmates.Studentswillbegiveninformationonthelogisticsofaccessingandparticipatingintheonlinecourseataninitialorientationsessionconductedbytheinstructor.Theinstructorwillalsoprovidestudentswithinformationonaccesstolibraryresources.Studentswillbeexpectedtocompleteinternetcourseswithinthesemestertimeframethattheyenrolledforthecourse.StudentsareadvisedthatInternetcoursesdemandgoodself-motivationhabitsandpersistenceincompletingassignments.Registrationproceduresandtuitionfordistancelearningcourseswillbethesameasforregularoncampuscourses.FormoreinformationcontacttheStudentandFacultyTechnologyLearningCenterinroom107BusinessEducationBuildingorcallphoneextension2309.DRUGFREESCHOOLSCOMPLIANCENortheastisapubliceducationalinstitutionoftheStateofAlabamaandassuchshallnotpermitonitspremisesoratanyactivitywhichitsponsorsthepossessionuseordistributionofanyalcoholicbeverageoranyillicitdrugbyanystudentemployeeorvisitor.AllstudentsareprovidedcopiesoftheCollegepolicyfordrug-freeschoolsandcommunitiesincludingastatementoftheCollegestandardsofconductanddisciplinarysanctionsasummaryofthelegalsanctionsadescriptionofhealthrisksandalistofcontactsforavailabletreatmentsintheregion.TheDeanofStudentServicescanprovidestudentswithinformationonsubstanceabuseaswellasreferraltocounselingandothertreatment.EMERGENCYMEDICALTREATMENTEmergencymedicaltreatmentsbyaphysicianorhospitalizationareattheexpenseofthestudentorstudentsparentsorguardian.Studentsareresponsiblefortheirownhealthservices.Foranyminorinjuriessuchascutsorbruisesfirst-aidkitsarekeptinlaboratoriesthesecurityofficeandadministrativeoffices.EXAMINATIONSEverystudentwillbeexpectedtotakethefinalexaminationatthescheduledtime.IfadelayedexaminationbecomesnecessaryitmustbetakenduringthefollowingsemesterorthegradeofIIncompletebecomesanF.SuchdelayintakingtheexaminationmustbeapprovedbytheDeanofInstructionDirectorofWorkforceDevelopmentortheDeanofExtendedDay.Thestudentmusttakethedelayedexaminationatthetimedesignatedbytheinstructor.FIREARMSPossessionoffirearmsaroundorincollegebuildingsatanytimeoratanycollegesponsoredfunctionisstrictlyprohibited.FOUNDATIONTheNACCFoundationassiststhecollegewithfundraisingandfiscalissuestosupporttheNACCmission.TheboardconsistsofcommunityandbusinessleadersfromDeKalbandJacksoncounties.TheFoundationservesasalegalvehiclefordonationstotheCollegewhetheritisafinancialdonationpropertyortechnologyequipment.ThefocusoftheFoundationhoweverwillbeonfundraisingactivitiesthroughvariouseventsandactivitiesselectedbytheCollegePresidentDirectorofDevelopmentandtheFoundationBoard.TheNACCFoundationhasthe501c3statussothatdonationstothefoundationaretaxdeductible.FormoreinformationabouttheFoundationanditsactivitiesandopportunitiescontactHeatherRiceDirectorofDevelopmentinthePendleyAdministrationBuildingRoom116bytelephoneatextension2301orbyemailatricehnacc.edu.FUNDRAISINGAllfundraisingactivitiesofNortheastareconductedtohelpfulfillthemissionoftheCollege.Fundraisingincludes1.AllfundraisingactivitieswhetherontheNortheastcampusorsponsoredbyanorganizationorpersonsaffiliatedwithNortheastmustbeconductedinamannerdesignedtoadheretothecollegesmissiontoprovideaccessiblequalityeducationalopportunitiespromoteeconomicgrowthandenhancethequalityoflifeforthepeopleofAlabama.2.AllfundraisingactivitieswhichinvolveNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegestudentsfacultystaffadministratorsorthecollegesnameorinsigniahereinafterCollege-relatedfundraisingmustsecurespecificwrittenapprovaloftheCollegespresidentorhisauthorizeddesignee.ARequestforFundraisingActivityformmustbesubmittedandapprovedbytheCollegespresidentorhisauthorizeddesigneebeforetheCollege-relatedfundraisingactivitycanbeadvertisedpublicizedorcommenced.3.NoagentvendororsolicitorwillbeallowedontheNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegecampustosellmerchandiseorservicestostudentsunlesssponsoredbyaNortheaststudentorganization.Studentorganizationsponsorshipincludestherequirementofstudentparticipationintheactualselling.Studentorganizationsponsorshipalsorequiresthatthesponsoringorganizationreceiveasignificantportionofthereceiptsfromthesales.OrganizationsandpersonsinvolvedinCollege-relatedfundraisingmustmakeeveryefforttoensurethatthefundsareusedforthepurposepresentedontheFundraisingActivitiesformorattheleastforapurposeinkeepingwiththeCollegesmission.4.Salesorsolicitationsbycharitabletax-exemptorganizationswillbeconsideredbytheCollegespresidentorhisauthorizeddesigneeonanindividualbasis.5.AnycontributionsofmoneyorpropertytotheCollegeboththosesolicitedbypersonsaffiliatedwithNortheastandthosewhichareunsolicitedmustbereportedtoandapprovedbytheCollegespresident.6.AllCollege-relatedfundraisingactivitiesaresubjecttocampusandthestateauditingprocesses.AppropriaterecordsmustbemaintainedbytheorganizationorpersonsidentifiedontheFundraisingActivityform.7.AllCollege-relatedfundraisingactivitiesshouldbeincludedintheCollegeplanningprocess.AllCollege-relatedfundraisingactivitieswillberegularlyevaluatedbytheDeanofAdministrativeServicesandtheCollegesFundraisingCommittee.8.AllCollege-relatedfundraisingactivitiesmustabidebytheCollegesStudentHandbookprovisionsonStudentConduct. Northeast181GEDTESTINGForthosewhodonothaveahighschooldiplomaGEDtestingisavailableinourAdultEducationLearningLab.Toscheduleanappointmentpleasegotowww.GED.comandcreateanaccount.IfyouneedassistancepleasecontactJonathonNappieratextension2362ornappierjnacc.edu.TheAdultEducationLearningLabislocatedinRoom227intheBeckHealthFineArtsBuilding.GRIEVANCEPROCEDURESANDDUEPROCESSFORSTUDENTSAstudentwhofeelsunjustlytreatedbytheCollegeincludingitsagentsmayfileagrievance.ThisgrievanceproceduredoesnotapplytothecontestingofdisciplinarydecisionstoADAconcernsortoharassmentcomplaintssinceseparatedisciplinaryappealandADAandharassmentproceduresexist.ForADAordisabilityserviceconcernsseeADAGrievanceProcedures.ForinformationaboutharassmentseeHarassmentPolicy.TheprocedureforastudentwishingtohaveagrievanceheardisasfollowsI.Purpose.ThepurposeofthisstudentgrievanceprocedureistoprovidefairandorderlyprocessestoresolvestudentgrievancesatNortheast.II.Definitions.StudentAstudentisdefinedasonewhoisorwhohasbeendulyandlegallyregisteredaseitherafull-timeorpart-timeenrolleeatNortheast.GrievanceAgrievanceisdefinedasadifferenceordisputebetweenastudentandacollegeemployeewithrespecttotheapplicationoftherulespoliciesproceduresandregulationsoftheCollegeassuchaffectthestudent.III.GrievanceSteps.FirstStepThestudentshouldcontacttheCollegeemployeewhowouldbebestabletohandlethegrievancei.e.thepersonwithwhomthestudenthasadifferenceoradispute.Thiscontactshouldbemadewithinten10calendardaysfollowingtheeventgivingrisetothegrievance.Everyreasonableeffortshouldbemadebyallpartiestoresolvethematterinformallyatthislevel.SecondStepIfthestudentisnotsatisfiedwiththedispositionofthegrievanceatthefirststepheshemayfileawrittenappealtotheimmediatesupervisoroftheemployeeinvolvedwithinfive5calendardaysofreceiptofthedecisiongiveninthefirststep.Withinfive5calendardaysofthesupervisorsreceiptofthewrittenappealfromthestudentthesupervisorshallnotifytheemployeeinvolvedinthecomplaint.Thesupervisorshallalsosetadateforameetingandnotifythestudentwhereandwhenthemeetingshalltakeplace.Themeetingdateshallnotbelaterthanten10calendardaysafterthesupervisorsreceiptofthewrittenappeal.AtthispointtheCollegeemployeeinvolvedmayrespondinwritingtothegrievance.ThirdStepIfthestudentisnotsatisfiedwiththedispositionofthegrievancebythesupervisoroftheemployeeinvolvedheshemayrequestameetingwiththeappropriatedeanswithinfive5calendardaysafterthereceiptofthedispositionofhishergrievanceatthesecondstep.Thedeanwillrenderadecisiontoredressthegrievanceifitisjudgedthatoneoccurred.Ifinthedeansjudgmenttheappealandrecordofpreviousactionshaveredressedthegrievanceordonotwarrantfurtheractiontheinvolveddeansshallnotifythestudentemployeeandsupervisorwithinfive5calendardaysafterreceiptoftheappeal.FourthStepIfthestudentisnotsatisfiedwiththedispositionofthegrievancebythedeansinvolvedheshemayrequestameetingwiththepresidentwithinfive5calendardaysafterthereceiptofthedispositionofhishergrievanceatthethirdstep.Ifinthepresidentsjudgmenttheappealandrecordofpreviousactionshaveredressedthegrievanceordonotwarrantfurtheractionthepresidentshallnotifythestudentemployeesupervisoranddeanswithinfive5calendardaysafterreceiptoftheappeal.Ifthepresidentgrantstheappealthepresidentmayeitherheartheappealorappointahearingcommitteetoheartheappeal.Suchhearingcommitteewillincludestudentrepresentation.Thepresidentwillnotifythestudentemployeesupervisoranddeansofthisdecisionwithinten10calendardaysaftertheconclusionofthemeeting.Ifthehearingcommitteeistoheartheappealthechairmanshallwithinfive5calendardaysaftertheappointmentofthecommitteesetatimeandplaceforthehearingandnotifythestudenttheemployeeandtheemployeessupervisor.Thehearingshallbeginwithinreasonabletimelimitsafterthecommitteehasbeenselected.Thecommitteeshalldeterminethefactsandcommunicateitsrecommendationinwritingtothepresidentwithinfive5calendardaysafterthehearingiscompleted.Withinten10calendardaysofthepresidentsreceiptoftherecommendationthepresidentshallmakethedecisionandnotifythestudenttheemployeeinvolvedandtheemployeessupervisor.Thedecisionofthepresidentshallbefinalundertheprovisionofthisgrievanceprocedure.Acopyoftheappealtherecommendationofthecommitteeandthedecisionofthepresidentshallbeplacedinthestudentsofficialfileunlessthepresidentdirectsotherwise.IV.TimeLimitations.ExtensionoftimeItisimportantthatinitiatedgrievancesbeprocessedasrapidlyaspossible.Everyeffortshallbemadebyallpartiestoexpeditetheprocess.Thetimelimitationsspecifiedhereinmaybeextendedbywrittenmutualagreement.FailuretoappealwithintimeIfthereisnowrittenmutualagreementtoextendthetimelimitsethereinandifadecisionatanystepisnotappealedbythestudenttothenextstepoftheprocedurewithinten10calendardaysthegrievanceshallbedeemedsettledonthebasisofthelastdecisionrenderedprovidedthedecisioniswithintheauthorityoftheparties.FailuretorespondwithintimelimitFailureatanylevelofthegrievanceproceduretonotifythestudentofthereviewersdecisionwithinthespecifiedtimelimitshallpermitanappealatthenextstepoftheprocedurewithinthetimewhichwouldhavebeenallottedhadthedecisionbeencommunicatedbythefinalday.V.GeneralProvision.IdentificationAllwrittengrievancesandappealsshallincludethenameandpositionoftheaggrievedpartyabriefstatementofthenatureofthegrievanceandtheredresssoughtbytheaggrievedperson.InformaldiscussionNothingcontainedhereinshallbeconstruedaslimitingtherightofthestudenthavingagrievancetodiscussthematterinformallywithanyappropriatememberoftheCollegeandhavingthegrievanceinformallyadjustednoroftherightoftheCollegetomanageitself.EmploymentofattorneyAstudentmayemployanattorneyathisherownexpensetoprovidecounselatanylevelifthestudentsodesires.ConstitutionalrightsThegrievanceprocedureshallnotbeconstruedastorestrainstudentsintheirexerciseofconstitutionalrights. Northeast182HARASSMENTPHYSICALASSAULTPOLICYAsaninstitutionundertheAlabamaStateBoardofEducationNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeiscommittedtoprovidingbothemploymentandeducationalenvironmentsfreeofharassmentphysicalassaultpolicyordiscriminationrelatedtoanindividualsracecolorgenderreligionnationaloriginageordisability.SuchharassmentandphysicalassaultisaviolationofAlabamaStateBoardofEducationpolicy.Anypracticeorbehaviorthatconstitutesharassmentordiscriminationshallnotbetoleratedoncampusoratanyoff-campussiteorinanydivisionordepartmentbyanyemployeestudentagentornon-employeeontheinstitutionspropertyandwhileengagedinanyinstitutionallysponsoredactivities.Itiswithinthiscommitmentofprovidingaharassment-freeenvironmentandinkeepingwiththeeffortstoestablishanemploymentandeducationalenvironmentinwhichthedignityandworthofmembersofthecollegecommunityarerespectedthatharassmentofstudentsandemployeesisunacceptableconductandshallnotbetoleratedattheCollege.AnondiscriminatoryenvironmentisessentialtothemissionoftheCollege.Asexuallyabusiveenvironmentinhibitsifnotpreventstheharassedindividualfromperformingresponsibilitiesasstudentoremployee.ItisessentialthattheCollegemaintainanenvironmentthataffordsequalprotectionagainstdiscriminationincludingsexualharassment.EmployeesandstudentswhoarefoundinviolationofthispolicyshallbedisciplinedasdeemedappropriatetotheseverityoftheoffensewithfinalapprovalbythePresident.EmployeesandstudentsoftheCollegeshallstrivetopromoteanenvironmentthatfosterspersonalintegritywheretheworthanddignityofeachhumanbeingisrealizedwheredemocraticprinciplesarepromotedandwhereeffortsaremadetoassistcolleaguesandstudentstorealizetheirfullpotentialasworthyandeffectivemembersofsociety.Administratorsprofessionalstafffacultyandsupportstaffshalladheretothehighestethicalstandardstoensureaprofessionalenvironmentandtoguaranteeequaleducationalopportunitiesforallstudents.Forthesepurposesthetermharassmentincludesbutisnotnecessarilylimitedtothefollowingslursjokesorotherverbalgraphicorphysicalconductrelatingtoanindividualsracecolorgenderreligionnationaloriginageordisability.Harassmentalsoincludesunwelcomesexualadvancesrequestsforsexualfavorsandotherverbalgraphicorphysicalcontactifperceivedassuchbytherecipient.Examplesofverbalorphysicalconductprohibitedwithinthedefinitionofsexualharassmentincludebutarenotlimitedtothefollowing1.Physicalassaultwhichmayincludedomesticviolencedatingviolencesexualassaultandstalking.2.Directorimpliedthreatsthatsubmissiontoorrejectionofrequestsforsexualfavorswillaffectatermconditionorprivilegeofemploymentorastudentsacademicstatus3.Directpropositionsofasexualnature4.Subtlepressureforsexualactivity5.Repeatedconductintendedtocausediscomfortorhumiliationorboththatincludesoneormoreofthefollowingacommentsofasexualnatureorbsexuallyexplicitstatementsquestionsjokesoranecdotes6.Repeatedconductthatwouldcausediscomfortandorhumiliateareasonablepersontowardwhomtheconductwasdirectedthatincludesoneormoreofthefollowinga.Touchingpattingpinchinghuggingorbrushingagainstanothersbodyb.Commentaryofasexualnatureaboutanindividualsbodyorclothingc.Remarksaboutsexualactivityorspeculationsaboutprevioussexualexperiences7.Intimidatingordemeaningcommentstopersonsofaparticularsexwhethersexualornot8.Displayingobjectsorpictureswhicharesexualinnaturethatwouldcreateahostileoroffensiveemploymentoreducationalenvironmentandservenoeducationalpurposerelatedtothesubjectmatterbeingaddressed9.Domesticviolence10.Datingviolence11.Sexualassault12.StalkingHarassmentofemployeesorstudentsbynon-employeesontheinstitutionspropertyandwhileengagedinanyinstitutionallysponsoredactivitiesisalsoaviolationofthispolicy.AnyemployeeorstudentwhobecomesawareofanysuchharassmentshallreporttheincidentstotheTitleIXCoordinator.SexualharassmentisaformofsexdiscriminationwhichisillegalunderTitleVIIoftheCivilRightsActof1964foremployeesandunderTitleIXoftheEducationAmendmentsof1972forstudents.Sexualharassmentdoesnotrefertooccasionalcomplimentsitreferstobehaviorofasexualnaturewhichinterfereswiththeworkoreducationofitsvictimsandtheirco-workersorfellowstudents.Sexualharassmentmayinvolvethebehaviorofapersonofeithersexagainstapersonofthesameoroppositesexandoccurswhensuchbehaviorconstitutesunwelcomesexualadvancesunwelcomerequestsforsexualfavorsorotherunwelcomeverbalorphysicalconductofasexualnaturewhenperceivedbytherecipientthatanyofthefollowingsituationsexist1.Submissiontosuchconductismadeeitherexplicitlyorimplicitlyatermorconditionofanindividualsemploymentoreducationalopportunities2.Submissiontoorrejectionofsuchconductisusedasthebasisforemploymentoracademicdecisionsaffectingthatindividual3.SuchconducthasthepurposeoreffectofunreasonablyinterferingwithanindividualsworkoracademicperformanceorcreatesanintimidatinghostileoroffensiveworkoreducationalenvironmentAnycomplaintofharassmentphysicalassaultshallbereportedtotheTitleIXCoordinatoraspromptlyaspossibleaftertheincidentoccursandwithin30calendardaysforstudentsoremployeecomplaintsfollowingtheeventgivingrisetothecomplaint.TheemployeesoftheCollegedeterminetheethicalandmoraltonefortheCollegethroughboththeirpersonalconductandtheirjobperformance.Thereforeeachemployeemustbededicatedtotheidealsofhonorandintegrityinallpublicandpersonalrelationships.RelationshipsbetweenCollegepersonnelofdifferentranksincludingthatofinstructorsandstudentswhichinvolvepartialitypreferentialtreatmentortheimproperuseofpositionshallbeavoided.Furthersuchrelationshipsmayhavetheeffectofunderminingtheatmosphereoftrustonwhichtheeducationalprocessdepends.Implicitintheideaofprofessionalismistherecognitionbythoseinpositionsofauthoritythatintheirrelationshipswithstudentsoremployeesthereisalwaysanelementofpower.Itisincumbentonthosewithauthoritynottoabusethepowerwithwhichtheyareentrusted.Allpersonnelshallbeawarethatanyromanticrelationshipconsensualorotherwiseoranyotherinappropriateinvolvementwithanotheremployeeorstudentmakesthemliableforformalactionagainstthemifacomplaintisinitiatedbytheaggrievedpartyintherelationship.Evenwhenbothpartieshaveconsentedtothedevelopmentofsucharelationshipitisthesupervisorinasupervisor-employeerelationship Northeast183thefacultymemberinafaculty-studentrelationshiportheemployeeinanemployee-studentrelationshipwhoshallbeheldaccountableforunprofessionalbehavior.ThispolicyencouragesstudentsfacultyandotheremployeeswhobelievethattheyhavebeenthevictimsofharassmenttocontacttheTitleIXCoordinatororotherappropriateofficialoftheCollege.Retaliationagainstastudentoremployeeforbringingaharassmentcomplaintisprohibited.Retaliationisitselfaviolationofthispolicyandmaybegroundsfordisciplinaryaction.AnyreprisalsshallbereportedimmediatelytotheTitleIXCoordinatororotherappropriateCollegeofficial.SourceStateBoardPolicy601.04102507GuidelinesforPolicy60l.04May2005RESOLUTIONOFHARASSMENTPHYSICALASSAULTCOMPLAINTSComplaintsagainststudentswillbehandledaccordingtousualandcustomarystudentdisciplineproceduresineffectattheCollege.ComplaintsagainstcollegeemployeeswillbehandledaccordingtotheTitleIXproceduresassetforthinStateBoardofEducationPolicy620.01forcomplaintsagainstCollegeemployees.Proceedingsshallprovideapromptfairandimpartialinvestigationandresolution.Thoseconductingproceedingshavereceivedannualtrainingonissuesincludingbutnotlimitedtodomesticviolencedatingviolencesexualassaultandstalkingandonhowtoconductaninvestigationandhearingprocessthatprotectsthesafetyofvictimsandpromotesaccountability.Personswhohaveexperiencedharassmentphysicalassaultmaybeabletochangeacademicorworkingsituationsifaccommodationsarereasonablyavaialbelwhetherheorshechoosestoreportthecrimetocampuspoliceorlawenforcement.I.ReportingComplaintsAnymemberoftheCollegecommunitywhobelievesthatheorshehasbeenthevictimofharassmentphysicalassaultasdefinedintheCollegeHarassmentPhysicalAssaultPolicymaybringthemattertotheattentionoftheTitleIXCoordinatororiftheCoordinatorisunavailabletotheattentionofanydivisionchairdeandirectorsupervisororadvisor.WhenacomplainthasbeenreportedtoanyoftheseindividualstherecipientofthecomplaintwillforwardthecomplainttotheTitleIXCoordinator.TheCoordinatorwillpromptlynotifythePresidentandtheViceChancellorforLegalandHumanResourcesoftheDepartmentofPostsecondaryEducationofthecomplaint.TheViceChancellorforLegalandHumanResourcesmustbekeptinformedregardingtheprogressandresultsoftheinvestigationofthecomplaint.Thecomplainantshouldpresentthecomplaintaspromptlyaspossibleaftertheallegedharassmentoccursandwithin14classdaysforstudentsor14workingdaysforemployeesfollowingtheeventgivingrisetothecomplaint.Thecomplainantshouldsubmitawrittenstatementoftheallegations.Itistheintentionofthispolicytoresolvecomplaintsofsexualharassmentasquicklyaspossible.Exceptinextraordinarycasesallcomplaintswillbeinvestigatedandresolvedwithinforty-five45calendardaysofreceipt.Everypossibleeffortshallbemadetoensureconfidentialityofinformationreceivedaspartoftheinvestigation.Complaintswillbehandledonaneedtoknowbasiswithaviewtowardprotectingtheinterestsofbothparties.II.InformalResolutionEveryreasonableeffortshallbemadetoattainaninformalresolutiontothecomplaint.Theinvestigationrecordshallconsistofformalandinformalstatementsfromtheallegedvictimtheallegedoffenderwitnessesandorothersdeemedbytheinvestigatortohavepertinentknowledgeofthefactsinvolvedinthecomplaint.Theinvestigationwillaffordtheaccusedafullopportunitytorespondtotheallegations.Iftheresultsoftheinvestigationandinformalresolutionofthecomplaintareacceptedbythecomplainantandheorshedesiresnofurtheractionagainsttheallegedharasserthecomplainantwillsignastatementrequestingthatnofurtheractionbetaken.III.FormalActionIfthecomplaintcannotberesolvedonaninformalbasisthecomplainantmayfileaformalcomplaint.Eachcomplainanthastherighttoproceedwithorwithdrawfromtheformalcomplaintprocedureonceithasbeensubmitted.Theissuesinvolvedinthecomplaintshouldnotbechangedoncethechargehasbeenmade.Howeveradministrativeproceduresmayberevisedtoaccommodateissuesarisingduringtheinvestigationwhichwerenotknowntothecomplainantortheinstitutionwhentheinitialcomplaintwasfiled.PROCEDURES1.ThecomplainantshallfiletheoriginalandtwocopiesofGrievanceFormAwiththeVicePresidentDeanofInstructionortheDirectorofWorkforceDevelopmentasappropriatewithin30calendardaysfollowingthedateofallegedviolationsoftheTitleIXregulation.Theallegedviolationsmustbeclearlyandspecificallystated.Thecomplainantisadvisedtokeepacopyofallforms.2.TheVicePresidentortheDirectorwillimmediatelynotifythePresidentandtheTitleIXCoordinatorofreceiptofGrievanceFormA.TheVicePresidentortheDirectorwillhave30calendardaysfollowingthedateofreceiptofGrievanceFormAtoinvestigateandstudythecomplainantsallegationsholdaformalhearingifdeemednecessaryandmakeawrittenreportoffindingstothecomplainant.FormAmustbeusedforthereport.CopiesofFormAmustbeprovidedtotheTitleIXCoordinatorandthePresident.Thecomplainantscopymustbemailedtohisorheraddressbycertifiedmailreturnreceiptrequested.Theresultsofthedecisionwillbemailedtotheaccused.3.Thecomplainantmustwithin15calendardaysfollowingreceiptoftheVicePresidentorDirectorsreportfilewiththePresidentandtheTitleIXCoordinatorawrittennoticeofacceptanceorappealofthereport.IfanoticeofappealisfiledGrievanceFormBmustbeused.ThecomplainantmuststateclearlyandspecificallyonFormBtheobjectionstothefindingsandordecisionoftheVicePresidentortheDirector.CopiesofFormBmustbeprovidedtotheTitleIXCoordinatorandthePresident.Ifthecomplainantfailstofilenoticeofappealby500p.m.onthe15thcalendardayfollowingreceiptoftheVicePresidentorDirectorsreporttherighttofurtherappealwillbeforfeited. Northeast1844.IfanoticeofappealisfiledthePresidentwillhave30calendardaysfollowingthedateofreceiptofthecomplainantsnoticeofappealtoinvestigateandstudythecomplainantsallegationsandthereportoftheVicePresidentDeanofInstructionortheDirectorofWorkforceDevelopmentandmakeawrittenreportofhisorherfindingstothecomplainant.FormBmustbeusedforthereport.CopiesofFormBmustbeprovidedtotheTitleIXCoordinatorandtheChancelloroftheDepartmentofPostsecondaryEducation.Thecomplainantscopymustbemailedtohisorherhomeaddressbycertifiedmailreturnreceiptrequested.5.Thecomplainantmustwithin15calendardaysfollowingreceiptofthePresidentsreportfilewiththePresidentandtheTitleIXCoordinatorawrittennoticeofacceptanceorappealofthereport.IfnoticeofappealisfiledGrievanceFormCmustbeused.ThecomplainantmuststateclearlyandspecificallyonFormCtheobjectionstothefindingsandordecisionsofthePresident.CopiesofFormCmustbeprovidedtotheTitleIXCoordinatorandtheChancellor.Ifthecomplainantfailstofilenoticeofappealby500p.m.onthe15thcalendardayfollowingreceiptofthePresidentsreporttherighttofurtherappealwillbeforfeited.6.IfanoticeofappealisfiledtheChancellorwillhave30calendardaysfollowingthedateofreceiptofthecomplainantsnoticeofappealtoinvestigateandstudythecomplainantsallegationsandthereportofthePresidentholdaformalhearingandmakewrittenreportofhisorherfindingstothecomplainant.FormCmustbeusedforthereport.CopiesofFormCmustbeprovidedtotheTitleIXCoordinator.Thecomplainantscopymustbemailedtohisorherhomeaddressbycertifiedmailreturnreceiptrequested.NOTEIfthelastdaytofilenoticeofappealfallsoneitherSaturdaySundayoralegalholidaythecomplainantwillhaveuntil500p.m.onthefirstworkingdayfollowingthe15thcalendardaytofile.Itistheintentofthispolicytoprovideforpromptandthoroughinvestigationofanycomplaints.Thetimelimitssetforthwithintheseguidelinesaresubjecttochangeasneededtoensureasatisfactoryconclusiontotheinvestigation.SanctionsPossiblesanctionsmayincludebutarenotlimitedtorestitutionsuspensionortermination.ProtectivemeasuresPersonswhohaveexperiencedharassmentphysicalassaultmaybeabletochangeacademicorworkingsituationsifaccommodationsarereasonablyavailablewhetherthepersonchoosestoreporttheeventtocampuspoliceorlawenforcement.IV.GeneralProvisionsWitnessesBoththecomplainantandtherespondentshallhavetherighttopresentsuchwitnessesastheydeemnecessarytodevelopthefactspertinenttothecomplaint.RetentionofanattorneyAnypartytoacomplaintshallhavetherightattherespectivepartysownexpensetoretainlegalcounselatanylevelofthecomplaintprocedure.Suchcounselshallactinanadvisoryroleonlyandshallnotbeallowedduringaformalhearingtoaddressthehearingbodyortoquestionthecomplainanttherespondentoranywitness.HearingbodyIntheeventthattheVicePresidentortheDirectorschedulesahearingthePresidentwillappointahearingcommitteetoconsistofnotfewerthanthreeormorethanfivemembersandarecordingsecretary.ConstitutionalrightsThecomplaintprocedureshallnotbeconstruedastorestrainemployeesandorstudentsintheirexerciseofconstitutionalrights.ConfidentialcomplaintfilesRecordsshallbekeptofeachcomplaintbytheTitleIXCoordinator.Theseshallincludeatminimumthefollowingthenameofthecomplainantandhisorherpositionthedateofcomplaintfilingthespecifiedallegationmadeinthecomplaintandanycorrectiveactionrequestedthenamesoftherespondentsthelevelsofprocessingandresolutiondateandhearingofficerateachlevelasummaryofmajorpointsfactsandevidencepresentedbyeachpartytothecomplaintastatementofthefinalresolutionandthenatureanddateofanycorrectiveactiontaken.Suchrecordsshallbemaintainedonaconfidentialbasisunlessotherwisespecifiedbythecomplainantandtherespondent.PubliccomplaintfileForpurposesofthedisseminationofcomplaintprecedentsseparatefilerecordsshallbekeptbytheTitleIXCoordinatorwhichindicateonlythesubjectmatterofeachcomplainttheresolutionofeachcomplaintandthedateoftheresolution.Theserecordsshallnotrefertoanyspecificindividualsandtheyshallnotbeconsideredconfidential.StandardofEvidenceDuringresolutionproceedingstheCollegeshalluseapreponderanceofevidencetodetermineifaviolationofpolicyhasbeenmade.Thepreponderanceofevidencewillconsistofsuchevidenceaswhenconsideredandcomparedwiththatopposedtoithasmoreconvincingforceandproducesinthemindsbeliefthatwhatissoughttobeprovedismorelikelytruethannottrue.PreservationofEvidenceVictimsofsexualharassmentandphysicalassaultshouldmakeeveryefforttopreserveevidencethatcouldbenecessarytoprovethattheviolationoccurredortoobtainaprotectionorder.NotificationofProceedingsThecomplainantandaccusedwillbesimultaneouslyinformedinwritingofthefollowingtheoutcomeofanyinstitutionaldisciplinaryproceedingthatarisesfromanallegationofharassmentorphysicalassaulttheinstitutionsproceduresfortheaccusedandthevictimtoappealtheresultsoftheinstitutionaldisciplinaryproceedinganychangetotheresultsthatoccurspriortothetimethatsuchresultsbecomefinalandwhensuchresultsbecomefinal.NotificationofLawEnforcementVictimsofsexualharassmentandphysicalassaultneedingimmediateassistancefromlawenforcementcannotifytheNACCcampuspoliceorlocallawenforcementoffices.AdditionallytheNACCcampuspoliceassistvictimwithcontactinglocallawenforcementatthediscretionofthevictim.ProtectionInanefforttoprovideaharassment-freecampusenvironmenttheCollegeiscommittedtotheprotectionofemployeesandstudents.Anyonewhohasalegalorderofprotectionnocontactorderrestrainingordersorsimilarlawfulorderagainstanotherindividualisencouragedtoalertcampuspolice.CounselingThoseinneedofcounselinghealthmentalhealthvictimadvocacylegalassistanceandotherservicesshouldcontacttheDeanofStudentServicesforinformationonthelocalservicesavailablewhichincludebutarenotlimitedtoCrisisServicesofNorthAlabama800-691-8426or256-716-1000MountainLakesBehavioralHealthcare256-259-1774CEDMentalHealthCenter256-845-4571DeKalbCountyChildrensAdvocacyCenter256-997-9700HELPline256-716-1000 Northeast185NationalSexualAssaultHotline800-656-HOPEandNationalDomesticViolenceHotline800-799-7233.HarassmentandPhysicalAssaultPreventionProgramsTheCollegerequiresallemployeesandnewstudentstoparticipateinaweb-basedharassmentandphysicalassaultawarenessandpreventiontrainingprogram.AdditionallytheCollegecoordinatesongoingeducationalprogramsforemployeesandstudentstopromoteawarenessandpreventionofharassmentandphysicalassaultincludingbutnotlimitedtorapeacquaintancerapedomesticviolencedatingviolencesexualassaultandstalking.TITLEIXCOORDINATORTheTitleIXCoordinatoristhefirstpointofcontactforharassmentcomplaints.ThecurrentTitleIXCoordinatorisPatWildmanAssistanttothePresidentHumanResourcesCoordinatorOffice103PendleyAdministrationBuildingext2243.HOUSINGTheCollegedoesnotprovidehousingfacilitiesforstudentseitheronoroffcampus.Studentsareencouragedtoliveathomeandcommute.HUNTINGDONCOLLEGEATNACCReceiveafour-yeardegreeinBusinessManagementorCriminalJusticefromHuntingdonCollegeatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege.Friendlyenvironmentforworkingstudents--Huntingdonoffersclassesonenightperweekforfiveweeks.Programdesignedwithworkingstudentsinmind.On-SiteinstructorsReceiveliveon-siteclassroominstructionatNACC.AffordableTuitionPellGrantsandloansareavailablethroughHuntingdonCollege.HuntingdonCollegeisaccreditedbytheCommissiononCollegesoftheSouthernAssociationofCollegesandSchoolsSACS.HuntingdonCollegeisrankedbythePrincetonReviewasoneofthebestliberalartscollegesintheSoutheastandisalsorankedasaBestValuebythePrincetonReview.TheCollegeislistedonthePresidentsHigherEducationCommunityServiceHonorRoll.HuntingdonCollegewasfounded1854andislocatedinMontgomeryAlabama.ContactDr.BennettChipTuckerSiteCoordinatorAdultDegreeCompletionProgramHuntingdonCollegeNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegePOBox83RainsvilleAL35986RoomGY103256638-4418or228-6001Ext.2352bennett.tuckerhawks.huntingdon.eduIDCARDSStudentIDcardsarerequiredforallstudentsofNortheast.StudentIDsallowstudentstocheckoutlibrarybookshaveapictureintheyearbookgetstudentdiscountsIDcardsarevalidthroughAugustofeachyear.Returningstudentsmustobtainanewcard.IDcardsandParkingPermitswillbemadeforstudentsfacultyandstaffintheAdmissionsOfficeintheStudentCenterinRoom115onMondaysthroughFridaysduringthefirsttwoweeksfollowinglateregistrationeachterm.StudentswithquestionsmaycontacttheAdmissionsOfficeatExt.2222.INCOMPLETEGRADESAgradeofIiscalculatedasanFuntilitisremoved.Itistheresponsibilityofthestudenttomakearrangementswiththeinstructortoremovetheincompletegrade.ThestudentmustremovetheIduringthenextsemesteroritbecomesanFgrade.INSURANCEStudentsareresponsibleforprovidingtheirowninsurance.StudentsenrollingatNortheasthavetheresponsibilityofcoordinatingtheirstatusofenrollmentwiththeirhealthcareandautomobileinsuranceproviders.Studentsshouldbeawarethatanychangeofenrollmentstatusmayaffecttheirinsurancecoverage.Internationalstudentsarealsoresponsiblefortheirowninsurancecoverage.INTELLECTUALPROPERTYANDDISTANCEEDUCATIONCOURSEOWNERSHIPPOLICYNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeencouragesitsstudentsfacultyandstafftopursueinitiativesthatwillcreateintellectualpropertiesanddistanceeducationcourses.Consequentlyitbecomesnecessarytoclearlyestablishthelegalrightsofownershipofintellectualproperties.TheNACCpolicyisasfollowsAnyownershiporroyaltyissuesnotdiscussedhereinshallbedeterminedonacase-by-casebasispriortothedevelopmentofthecourse.Ifastudentfacultyorstaffmemberdevelopsanoriginalcourseofferingwithoutanyassistanceorresourcesofthecollegeandcompletelyonhisorherowntimethenheorsheshallretainonehundredpercent100ownershipoftheintellectualpropertyrightstothecourseincludingtherighttoallproceedsshouldthecoursebecomecommerciallymarketable.Ifastudentfacultyorstaffmemberdevelopsanoriginalcourseofferingusinganyassistanceorresourcesofthecollegebutcompletelyonhisorherowntimethenheorsheshallbeentitledtoreceivefiftypercent50ofanyroyaltiesshouldthecoursebecomecommerciallymarketable.Thecollegehoweverwillretainfullownershipoftheintellectualpropertyrightstothecourse.Ifastudentfacultyorstaffmemberdevelopsanoriginalcourseofferingusinganyassistanceorresourcesofthecollegeandonreleasetimethenheorsheshallbeentitledtoreceivetwenty-fivepercent25oftheroyaltiesshouldthecoursebecomecommerciallymarketable.Thecollegehoweverwillretainfullownershipoftheintellectualpropertyrightstothecourse.ToobtainreleasetimetodevelopacourseastudentfacultyorstaffmembermustobtainpriorpermissionfromthePresident.IfacourseisdevelopedusingeitheracombinationofresourcesandorreleasetimethenthestudentfacultyorstaffmemberunderstandsandagreesthatthecollegemayofferthecoursetotheAlabamaDistanceLearningConsortiumforofferingbymember-collegesoftheConsortium.InsuchcircumstancestherespectivepropertyrightsofthestudentfacultyorstaffmemberandthecollegewillbeproportionallyreducedaccordingtoanyfurtherdevelopmenttimeinvestedbyothermembercollegesoftheConsortium. Northeast186Studentsfacultyorstaffwillformalizetheiragreementwiththeappropriatedeanandpresidentsapproval.JOBPLACEMENTPROGRAMStudentswhowouldlikemoreinformationaboutjobopportunitiesrsumwritinginterviewinformationandjobfairsorbusinessesorindustriesinterestedinpostingjobopportunitiesontheNortheastwebsiteshouldcontactBryonMiller.ContactInformationBryonMillerCertifiedProfessionalRsumWriterJobPlacementSpecialistOfficeWA112Phone256.638.4418or256.228.6001ext.2360Emailmillerbnacc.eduLIBRARYCECILB.WORDLEARNINGRESOURCESCENTERHoursMonday-Thursday730a.m.-930p.m.Friday730a.m.-300p.m.Thelibraryisclosedbetweensemesters.AdvancenoticeofchangesinhoursofoperationwillbepostedontheLRCsdoorswheneverpossible.Phone256-228-6001or256-638-4418ext.2326httpwww.nacc.edulrcdefault.htmTheCecilB.WordLearningResourcesCenterhousesthelibrarytwomultimediaaudiovisualsroomsfacultyofficesandclassrooms.COLLECTIONCurrentlythelibraryscollectiontotalsover60000traditionalprintbooksandboundperiodicalsover40000eBooksandover800audiovisualitems.Inadditionthelibrarysubscribestoapproximately110printmagazinesandjournalsaswellas9printnewspapers.NACCstudentsalsohaveaccesstoEBSCOsDiscoveryServiceaswellasAmericasNewsfromNewsbankdatabase.TheAlabamaVirtualLibraryacollectionof49multidisciplinarydatabasesisavailabletostudentsteachersandcitizensofAlabama.ThelibraryalsocontainsadesignatedcollectionofbooksdonatedtothecollegebyDr.BarbaraHeathaclinicalpsychologistwhopracticedpsychologyinthearea.TakenasawholeDr.Heathscollectionofbooksdemonstratestheextentandtypeofknowledgenecessarytoworkasaclinicalpsychologistandcanbeusefulforsomeoneinterestedinacareerinthefield.Thiscollectionisavailabletostudentsandthepublic.SPECIALCOLLECTIONSAnarchivesspecialcollectionsdivisionisinRoom206onthesecondfloorofthelibrary.Thiscollectioncontainsvariousbooksandotherresourcesthatfocusonlocalhistoryandculture.Thiscollectionisavailabletostudentsandthepublic.TECHNOLOGYWirelessaccessisavailableintheLRCaswellasthroughouttheNACCcampus.Onthefirstfloortherearetwenty-threecomputersthatprovideaccesstothelibrarysonlinecatalogaswellasaccesstotheinternetforstudentresearch.Inadditionthereisonecomputerlocatedonthesecondfloorforstudentaccesstothelibrarysonlinecatalog.ThetwomultimediaroomscontainSMARTpodiumsDVDplayerscomputersELMOsandLCDprojectors.EightlaptopsandsixLCDprojectorsarealsoavailableforshort-termcirculationbyNACCpersonnel.ASSISTANCELibrariansofferone-on-oneassistanceinconductinglibraryresearch.Assistancemayberequestedinpersonbytelephonechatoremail.REQUESTFORINSTRUCTIONORIENTATIONRESEARCHLibrariansofferpersonalizedlibraryinstructionforclassesupontherequestofaninstructor.Torequestanorientationorresearchsessioninstructorsshouldcalloremailthelibraryatleastoneweekpriortodesireddate.DISTANCEEDUCATIONANDDUALENROLLMENTSTUDENTSThelibrarysresourcesandservicesareavailabletodistanceeducationanddualenrollmentstudents.LIBRARYMANAGEMENTNETWORKINC.ThelibraryisamemberoftheLibraryManagementNetworkInc.LMN.ThroughthisnetworktheNACClibrarysharesadatabasewiththefollowinglibrariesGadsdenStateCommunityCollegeNorthwestShoalsCommunityCollegeScottsboroPublicLibraryandSneadStateCommunityCollege.NACCstudentsmayviewandborrowtheholdingsofotherLMNmemberlibraries.POLICIES1.WhencheckingoutitemsforthefirsttimestudentswillbeaskedtocompletearegistrationformandpresentastudentIDcard.Thecardmustbepresentedeachtimeitemsarecheckedout.2.Itemsmaybecheckedoutfortwoweeksandmayberenewedfortwoadditionaltwo-weekperiodsunlessneededbyanotherstudent.Studentsarelimitedtotenitemsoverallandfiveitemspersubject.3.Afineoftencentsperdayischargedperoverdueitems.Nofineinexcessof5.00peritemwillbecharged.Whenthelibraryisclosedbooksmaybereturnedintheoutsidebookdropnearthemainentrance.4.Withpermissionofalibrarystaffmemberstudentsmayusenon-circulatingmaterialsforclassroompresentations.5.Studentsandorlibrarypatronswhoowefinestothelibraryorwhohavefailedtoreturnbookstheyhavecheckedoutwillforfeittheirlibraryprivilegesuntiltheirrecordsarecleared.Studentswhohavedelinquentlibraryrecordswillnotbeabletoreceivecopiesoftheirtranscriptsuntiltheirlibraryrecordsarecleared.Thelibraryscollectionisopentomembersofthecommunity.Non-studentsshouldobtainalibrarycardbycompletinganapplicationatthecirculationdesk.Non-studentscardsaregoodforaperiodoftwoyearsandcanberenewed.Adultnonstudentuserswillbelimitedtofiveitemsatatimeandjuvenilenon-studentuserswillbelimitedtotwoitemsatatime.Nonstudentswillbechargeda2feeforthereplacementofalostlibrarycard. Northeast187LIFE-THREATENINGILLNESSESPOLICYNortheastrecognizesthatstudentsfacultyandstaffwithlife-threateningillnessesLTIincludingbutnotlimitedtocancerheartdiseasediabetesandAIDSmaywishtocontinuetoengageinasmanyoftheirnormalpursuitsastheirconditionallowsincludingwork.AslongasthestudentsfacultyorstaffmembersareabletomeetthesameperformancestandardsasthosepersonswithoutLTIandmedicalevidenceindicatesthattheirconditionsarenotathreattoothersdeansdirectorsanddivisionchairsshouldbesensitivetotheirconditionsandensurethattheyaretreatedconsistentlywithotherstudentsfacultyandstaffmembers.ItisthepolicyofNortheasttoprovideasafeenvironmentforallstudentsfacultyandstaff.LTIPOLICYGUIDELINES1.NortheastwillnotundertakeprogramsofmandatorytestingofeitheremployeesorstudentsforthepresenceofindicatorsofLTI.Forhealthstatustestingandorcounselingstudentsfacultyandstaffshouldbeawareofappropriatecommunityhealthagencies.2.TheexistenceofconditionsrelatedtoLTIinanapplicantforNortheastadmissionoremploymentwillnotbeconsideredinadmissionoremploymentdecisions.3.NortheaststudentswithLTIconditionswhetherornotsymptomaticwillbeallowedregularclassroomattendanceinanunrestrictedmanneraslongastheyareabletoattendclasses.4.NortheastfacultyandstaffwhohaveLTI-relatedconditionswhetherornotsymptomaticwillbeallowedtocontinuetheirworkinanunrestrictedmannersolongastheyareabletoperformthedutiesoftheirjobsincompliancewiththeCollegesemploymentpoliciesandfederalguidelines.5.TheaccessofNortheaststudentsoremployeeswithLTIorLTI-relatedconditionstotheCollegespublicareaswillnotberestrictedincompliancewithCollegeandfederalguidelines.6.TherewillbeanongoingprogramtoeducatestudentsfacultyandstaffinregardtoLTI.7.InformationregardinganindividualdiagnosedashavinganLTIorLTI-relatedconditionwillbemaintained-inthestrictestconfidence.OnlypeoplewithinthecollegewithalegitimateneedtoknowshouldbeinformedoftheidentityofstudentsfacultyorstaffwhohaveLTIorLTI-relatedconditionsthisnumbershouldbekepttoanabsoluteminimum.Individualsshouldbeawarethatmedicalinformationcannotbereleasedtoanyoneoutsideofthecollegewithoutthespecificwrittenconsentoftheindividualinvolvedexceptwhererequiredbylaw.8.ReasonableaccommodationswillbemadetopersonswithLTIconsistentwithestablishedlawsandrulesincludingADAandpublichealthpolicies.9.PersonswithLTImayberequiredtoexhibitandestablishthattheyarefullyacquaintedwithallpossibilitiesofcomplicationandpossiblecontagionandarefollowingauthorizedmedicaladviceinlimitingexposuretoothersandinavoidingcomplicationstothemselves.10.ThispolicyissubjecttochangefromtimetotimebasedonadvancesandincreasedknowledgeofvariousconditionsinvolvingLTI.11.AnybreachoftheaboveguidelinesshouldbereportedtoKatelinMillerADAComplianceCoordinatorinwriting.Suchreportsshouldbemadewithinseven7daysoftheincident.LOSTANDFOUNDLostandfoundarticlesshouldbereportedtotheSecurityOfficeintheStudentCenter.MAXIMUMANDMINIMUMCOURSELOADSThestudentcourseloadforafulltimestudentwillbe12to19credithourspersemester.Credithoursabove19credithourswillconstituteastudentoverload.AstudentcourseoverloadmustbeapprovedbytheDeanofInstructiondesignee.Nostudentwillbeapprovedformorethan24credithoursinanyonetermforanyreason.NAMEADDRESSCHANGESAnystudentwhohasanameoraddresschangewhileastudentatNortheastshouldinformtheAdmissionsOfficeofthechangeimmediately.NOAHLOG-ININFORMATIONNOAHsupportleajnacc.eduGeneraltechnicalsupportetshelpnacc.eduNORTHEASTONLINEACCOUNTHOSTNOAHisthesecureInternetaccesstoNACCgradestranscripttuitionaccountfinancialaidstatusandonlineregistration.ToaccessNOAHclickanyNOAHlinkontheNACCwebsite.UserIDsocialsecuritynumberorstudentnumberDefaultPasswordbirthdatemmddyyStudentsshouldchangetheirpasswordthefirsttimetheyaccesstheirNOAHaccounttoanothersix-digitnumber.Studentsshoulduseapasswordthattheywillremember.ChangingtheNOAHpasswordwillalsochangetheemailpassword.UsinganycomputerorinformationtechnologyresourceofNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegesignifiesthattheuseragreestocomplywiththefollowingNACCpoliciesfoundinthiscatalogandonlineComputerTechnologyAcceptableUsePolicyPeer-to-PeerFileSharingPolicyWirelessAccessPolicyHelpfullinksarefoundonlinebyclickingEmailInstructionsBlackboardInstructionsNACCAlertSystemSchoolcastNONDISCRIMINATIONNortheasthasfiledwiththeFederalGovernmentanAssuranceofCompliancewithallrequirementsimposedbyorpursuanttoTitleVIoftheCivilRightsActof1964andtheRegulationissuedthereundertotheendthatnopersonintheUnitedStatesshallonthegroundsofracecolorornationaloriginbeexcludedfromparticipationinbedeniedthebenefitsoforbeotherwisesubjectedtodiscriminationunderanyprogramoractivitysponsoredbythisinstitution.ItisalsothepolicyofNortheasttobeinaccordancewithTitleIXoftheEducationAmendmentsof1972whichprovidesthatnopersonintheUnitedStatesshallonthebasisofsexbeexcludedfromparticipationinbedeniedthebenefitsoforbesubjectedtodiscriminationunderanyeducationalprogramoractivityreceivingFederalfinancialassistance. Northeast188AnypersonwhobelieveshimselfherselforanyspecificclassofindividualstobesubjectedtodiscriminationprohibitedbyTitleVIorTitleIXoftheActandRegulationissuedthereundermaybyhimselfherselforarepresentativefileawrittencomplaint.NortheastisanEqualOpportunityEmployer.ItistheofficialpolicyoftheAlabamaDepartmentofPostsecondaryEducationforinstitutionsunderthecontroloftheStateBoardofEducationthatnopersoninAlabamashallonthegroundsofracecolordisabilitysexreligioncreednationaloriginoragebeexcludedfromparticipationinbedeniedthebenefitsoforbesubjectedtodiscriminationunderanyprogramactivityoremployment.ONLINEREGISTRATIONGUIDELINES1.CurrentNortheaststudentsandformerNortheaststudentswithcompleteadmissionsfilesmayregisteronline.2.Studentswillseetheiradvisorstoobtainauthorizationtoregisteronline.3.Thetimeframeforonlineregistrationwillbeatwo-weekperiodbeforeearlyregistrationkey-in.4.Twoweeksbeforeonlineregistrationbeginsstudentsmaymakeappointmenttoseetheiradvisors.5.Currentstudentswhodonotregisteronlinewillhavetheopportunitytoregisteroncampusduringtheearlyregistrationkey-intime.6.FormerNortheaststudentstransientsandtransfer-instudentswhohavecompletedadmissionfilesmustseeanadvisortobeauthorizedtoregisteronline.7.StudentswillbeabletoprintaninvoicethattheycanmailorbringtothecollegewithtuitionpaymentortoverifyandvalidatefinancialassistancescholarshipPellgrantetc..ORGANIZATIONSANDOFFICERSSocialfraternitiesandsororitiesorsocietiesareprohibitedonthecampusofthiscollegesincetheirestablishmentisinconflictwithStateBoardpolicy.Anystudentorgroupofstudentsdesiringtoformneworganizationsonthecampusmustusethefollowingprocedure1.AstatementofthepurposeoftheorganizationshouldbepresentedinwritingtotheDeanofStudentServices.Thestatementmustincludetheproposednameoftheorganizationthestudentsexpectedtoparticipateandthedesiredmeetingschedule.TheDeanofStudentServicesrefersthisstatementtotheStudentServicesCommitteetodetermineiftheproposedorganizationisinkeepingwiththephilosophyoftheCollege.IftheStudentServicesCommitteeapprovestheproposedorganizationtheDeanofStudentServiceswillissueapermittoholdanorganizationalmeeting.2.ThepermitwillbeforwardedtotheDeanofInstructionfortheappointmentofatemporaryfacultyadvisorandanassignmentofameetingplaceandtime.3.Anorganizationalmeetingofinterestedstudentsandfacultyadvisormaybeheldtodraftaconstitutionandbylaws.4.TheconstitutionandbylawsasapprovedbytheStudentServicesCommitteeshouldbepresentedtotheStudentGovernmentAssociation.5.TheapprovedconstitutionandbylawsshouldbepresentedtotheDeanofStudentServiceswhowillrequesttheDeanofInstructiontoappointapermanentfacultyadvisorfortheorganizationandtoschedulemeetingplacesandtimes.6.TheDeanofStudentServiceswillpresentalloftheabovetothePresidentforfinalapproval.Anystudentseekingnominationforanyelectedofficemustsubmitinwritinghisherplatformforofficetothefacultyadvisors.Aftertheplatformisapprovedthestudentwillbegiveninstructionsconcerningthedisplayofcampaignmaterial.Anystudentholdinganofficeinanyorganizationonthecampusmustcarryaminimumcourseloadof12hourseachsemesterandmustnothaveaccumulatedmorethan64hours.StudentsonprobationmaynotholdofficeswithintheCollege.PARKINGVEHICLEREGISTRATIONTRAFFICREGULATIONS1.Allstudentswillparkintheareasdesignatedforstudentparking.PARKINGCATEGORIESARESTUDENTPARKINGUNPAINTEDORWHITEHANDICAPPEDPARKINGBLUEFACULTYSTAFFPARKINGREDNOPARKINGYELLOWStudentsarenotpermittedtositinparkedcarsortoplayloudmusicbetweenclassesandduringsocialevents.StudentsarenotpermittedtoparkinredblueyelloworotherrestrictedareasorinthereservedparkingspacesinfrontofthePendleyAdministrationBuilding.Onlycarswithanofficialdecalareallowedintheparkingspacesdesignatedforthedisabled.IndividualswithtemporarydisabilitiesshouldcheckwiththeSecurityOffice.2.Anystudentwhodrivesacarormotor-drivencycleoncampusmustregisteritandobtainaparkingpermitfromtheAdmissionsOffice.Thesepermitsareissuedtostudentsfreeofcharge.Thepermitshouldbeplacedonthestudentsvehicleasdirected.3.Parkingandtrafficviolationswillbeticketed.StudentsreceivingparkingortrafficticketswillpaytheSecurityOfficewithin72hours.Fineswilldoubleafter72hours.4.Truckslargerthanpickupsarenotallowedtoparkinfrontoftheadministrationbuildingsortouseangleparkinganywhereoncampus.Tailgatesmustbeuponalltrucksparkedoncampus.Itisillegaltobackinandparkonangleparking.5.ThecircleinfrontoftheGeorgeWallaceAdministrationBuildingstreetentrancestreetexitandtheparkinglotinfrontoftheHealthandFineArtsBuildingareone-waystreetsandaremarked.Drivinginthewrongdirectiononthesestreetsisamovingviolation.6.Studentsdrivingunregisteredvehicleswillparkoffcampus.VisitorsfortheGeorgeWallaceAdministrationBuildingwillparkintheareadesignatedforVisitorParking.VisitorsofstudentswillparkinanyunrestrictedareaandcometotheSecurityOfficetogetavisitorspass.7.Eachsemesterastudentisgivenafineof5.00forthefirstviolationonallnonmovingviolations10.00forthesecondand15.00forthethird.8.Thespeedlimitonallcampusstreetsis15milesperhour.Speedingrecklessdrivingrunningstopsignsanddrivinginthewrongdirectionaremovingv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Northeast18911.Individualsassessedparkingandtrafficfeescanappealtheirfeeassessmentsandhavetheirappealsheardwithinthirty30daysbyastandingtrafficandparkingcommitteeappointedbythepresident.ThiscommitteewillconsistoftheSecurityChiefOfficerBusinessManagerandtheDeanofStudentServices.PEERTOPEERFILESHARINGANDILLEGALDOWNLOADINGFilesharingisthepracticeofdistributingorprovidingaccesstodigitallystoredinformationsuchascomputerprogramsmulti-mediaaudioandvideodocumentsorelectronicbooks.Illegalfilesharingisthesharingofcopyrightprotectedfileswithoutauthorization.Undercopyrightlawitisillegaltodownloadorsharecopyrightedmaterialssuchasmusicormovieswithoutthepermissionofthecopyrightowner.Northeastmaintainsacampusnetworktosupportandenhancetheacademicandadministrativeneedsofourstudentsfacultystaffandcommunity.Thecollegeisrequiredbyfederallawtoinformstudentsthatillegaldistributionofcopyrightedmaterialsmayleadtocivilandorcriminalpenalties.Thelawalsorequiresthatthecollegetakestepstodetectandpunishuserswhoillegallydistributecopyrightedmaterials.PeertoPeerP2PtechnologieshavemanygenuineusesandNortheastdoesnotbanP2Pprogramsfromitsnetwork.ItishoweveraviolationofcopyrightlawtouseP2Ptechnologyforcopyingcommercialmusicandorvideofileswithoutthecopyrightholderspermission.NACCutilizestechnologybaseddeterrentstoeffectivelycombatunauthorizeddownloadingdistribution.ThecollegeinternetprovideristhroughtheAlabamaSupercomputerAuthorityASAwhichmonitorsbandwidthtrafficandacceptsandrespondstoDigitalMillenniumCopyrightActDMCAnotices.WhenillegaldownloadingisdetectedDMCAnotifiesASAwhichinturnnotifiesthecollegeimmediately.ITpersonnelatthecollegetrackdowntheoffenders.Formoreinformationonfairuseandcopyrightlawspleasegotohttpwww.copyright.govtitle17Somemusicmoviesandtelevisionshowscanbelegallyobtainedthroughonlinesubscriptionservicesorfromsitesofficiallypermittedbythecopyrightholderstooffercertaindownloads.Usethefollowingsitesasalternativestoillegaldownloadinghttpwww.educause.edulegalcontentThecollegereservestherighttosuspendorterminatenetworkaccesstoanycampususeriftheviolationisdeemedsevereortheuseisimpactingtheoperationofthenetwork.NACCmustreportanyviolationstoappropriateauthoritiesforcriminalorcivilprosecution.Inadditionviolatorsmaybereferredtothecollegedisciplinecommitteewhichmayimpactcollegeenrollment.SummaryofCivilandCriminalPenaltiesforViolationofFederalCopyrightLawsCopyrightinfringementistheactofexercisingwithoutpermissionorlegalauthorityoneormoreoftheexclusiverightsgrantedtothecopyrightownerundersection106oftheCopyrightActTitle17oftheUnitedStatesCode.Theserightsincludetherighttoreproduceordistributeacopyrightedwork.Inthefile-sharingcontextdownloadingoruploadingsubstantialpartsofacopyrightedworkwithoutauthorityconstitutesaninfringement.Penaltiesforcopyrightinfringementincludecivilandcriminalpenalties.Ingeneralanyonefoundliableforcivilcopyrightinfringementmaybeorderedtopayeitheractualdamagesorstatutorydamagesaffixedatnotlessthan750andnotmorethan30000perworkinfringed.Forwillfulinfringementacourtmayawardupto150000perworkinfringed.Acourtcaninitsdiscretionalsoassesscostsandattorneysfees.FordetailsseeTitle17UnitedStatesCodeSections504505.Willfulcopyrightinfringementcanalsoresultincriminalpenaltiesincludingimprisonmentofuptofiveyearsandfinesofupto250000peroffense.FormoreinformationpleaseseetheWebsiteoftheU.S.CopyrightOfficeatwww.copyright.govespeciallytheirFAQsatwww.copyright.govhelpfaq.PLAGIARISMPlagiarismistheintentionalcopyingoftheideasorwordsofanotherandusingthoseideasorwordsasonesown.Instructorsmayuseanti-plagiarismprogramstocheckstudentwork.Whenoutsidesourcesareparaphrasedorincorporatedverbatimtheymustbeacknowledged.Studentswhosubmitplagiarizedorpartiallyplagiarizedassignmentswillnotreceivecreditforthoseassignmentsandmaybesubjecttofailureinthecourse.POLICYOFNONDISCRIMINATIONONTHEBASISOFDISABILITYNortheastdoesnotdiscriminateonthebasisofdisabilityintheadmissionoraccesstoortreatmentoremploymentinitsprogramsoractivities.KatelinMillerOffice115StudentCenterhasbeendesignatedtocoordinatecompliancewiththenon-discriminationrequirementscontainedinsection35.107oftheDepartmentofJusticeregulations.InformationconcerningtheprovisionsoftheAmericanwithDisabilitiesActandtherightsprovidedthereunderareavailablefromtheADACoordinator.PersonswhoneedaccommodationsorassistanceinordertoparticipateincollegeprogramsorservicesshouldcontacttheADACoordinatorasidentifiedabove.Thetelephonenumbersare256638-4418and256228-6001ext.2322.TherelaynumberforspeechorhearingimpairedpersonsusingatexttelephoneorTDDis800548-2546.POSTERINFORMATIONDISPLAYPosterssignsannouncementsandotherinformationshouldbeplacedonlyonthebulletinboardspaceprovidedineachbuilding.Nonstudentsandoff-campusorganizationsmustsecurepermissionfromtheDeanofStudentServicesbeforedisplayinginformationoncampus.Theplacementofanypostersorannouncementsonglassorwallsordefacingexistingmaterialspostedisstrictlyprohibited.PRIORLEARNINGASSESSMENTPOLICYNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegerecognizesthatindividualscandevelopmasteryofcoursecompetenciesthroughemploymenttrainingprofessionalcertificationsnoncreditcoursesandotherexperienceswhichistermedpriorlearning.Collegecreditcanbeawardedforpriorlearningfromwhichtheskillsthatcomprisecoursesandlearningoutcomesaremasteredtoanacceptabledegreeofproficiency.TheinstitutionalpolicyisapplicabletotheAlabamaStateBoardofEducationPolicy706.01.Neitherthestateboardpolicynortheinstitutionalpolicyappliestosecondarypost-secondaryarticulationagreementsordualenrollment. Northeast190POLICYFORAWARDINGCREDITTHROUGHPRIORLEARNINGASSESSMENT1.TheCollegeawardscreditbythefollowingmethodsCollegeLevelExaminationProgramCLEPAmericanCollegeTestingProficiencyExaminationProgramACTPEPDefenseActivityforNon-TraditionalSupportDANTESAmericanCouncilonEducationsProgramonNon-collegiateSponsoredInstructionACEPONSICollegeBoardAdvancePlacementProgramAPAmericanCouncilonEducationCollegeCreditRecommendationServicesACECREDITorAmericanCouncilonEducationMilitaryProgramACEMILITARY.CreditforacademictransfercoursesawardedthroughPLAmayonlybeawardedbyexaminationornationallyrecognizedguidelinesAPCLEPACTPEPDANTESACEPONSICREDITACEMILITARYorchallengeexams.2.Notmorethan25oftotalcreditrequiredforanyprogrammaybeawardedasaresultofPLA.CreditawardedthroughPLAdoesnotcounttowardtheminimumof25ofsemestercredithoursthatmustbecompletedatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeasreferencedintheStateBoardofEducationPolicy715.01.3.Creditmaynotbereceivedtwiceforthesamelearning.PRIVACYACTINFORMATIONA.PrivacyofStudentRecords1.IncompliancewiththeFamilyEducationalRightsandPrivacyActof1974commonlyknownastheBuckleyAmendmentNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegewillnotreleaseinformationconcerningitsstudentsexceptforDirectoryInformationandasstipulatedinparagraph3below.DirectoryInformationisdefinedasfollowsNameAddressTelephonelistingCollegeemailaddressDateandplaceofbirthMajorfieldofstudyDatesofattendanceGradelevele.g.freshmanorsophomoreEnrollmentstatuse.g.undergraduatefull-timeorpart-timeParticipationinofficiallyrecognizedactivitiesPhotographDegreeshonorsandawardsreceivedMostrecenteducationalinstitutionattendedDirectoryInformationwillbereleasedtoanyonewhoasksforitunlessthestudentspecifiesinwritingtotheAdmissionsOfficethatthisinformationistobewithheld.InsuchcasesnoDirectoryInformationwillbereleased.2.Astudentovertheageof18isconsideredaneligiblestudentwithinthedefinitionofthelawandcontrolswhohasaccesstohisorherrecords.Aparentofaneligiblestudentdoesnotautomaticallyhaveaccesstothestudentsrecords.InorderforaparenttohaveaccesstoastudentsrecordsbeyondDirectoryInformationandwithoutwrittenpermissionfromthestudentaparentmustcertifythatthestudentiseconomicallydependentasdefinedinSection152oftheInternationalRevenueCodeof1954.IfaparentcanprovedependencybyshowingacopyoftheparentscurrenttaxreportformoranotheracceptablereportofcurrentdependencytotheDeanofStudentServicesthentheparentmayhavetotalaccesstothestudentsfile.3.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegewillreleaseastudentseducationalrecordswithouthisorherapprovalonlyasfollowsToNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeofficialswhohavelegitimateeducationalinterestintherecordsToofficialsofanothercollegeoruniversityinwhichastudentseekstoenrollTocertainfederalandstateeducationalauthoritiesforpurposesofenforcinglegalrequirementsinfederallysupportededucationalprogramsTopersonsinvolvedingrantingfinancialaidforwhichthestudenthasappliedTostateandlocalauthoritiestowhominformationisrequiredtobedisclosedundertheprovisionsofastatuteadoptedpriortoNovember191974TotestingresearchandaccreditingorganizationsIncompliancewithacourtorderorlawfullyissuedsubpoenaInaverynarrowlydefinedemergenciesaffectingthehealthandsafetyofthestudentorotherpersonsToparentsofeligiblestudentsundertheprovisionofparagraph2aboveForfurtherinformationconcerningtheFederalEducationalRightsandPrivacyActastudentmaycontacttheStudentServicesOffice.B.ReleaseofTranscriptsIncompliancewiththeFamilyEducationalRightsandPrivacyActNortheastdoesnotreleasetranscriptsofastudentsgradesexceptuponthestudentswrittenrequest.AstudentorformerstudentwhoneedsatranscriptfromNortheastshouldwritetotheregistrargivingthedateofattendanceandthenameoftheinstitutionorpersontowhomtherecordshouldbesent.Studentsshouldbesuretostateallnameswhichmayhavebeenenteredontheircollegerecords.Astudentmaysecureanunofficialtranscriptforpersonalusebutofficialtranscriptsaresentonlytoothercollegesororganizationsforreferencepurposes.TranscriptsarenotissuedtostudentswhohavefailedinsomewaytocompletetheirapplicationproceduresregistrationorobligationstotheCollege.REGISTRATIONTheAdmissionsOfficeassignseachstudenttoafacultyadvisoraccordingtothestudentscollegemajorprogram.Eachsemesterthefacultyadvisorassiststhestudentinpreparingaclassschedulethatisappropriatetothestudentsmajormonitorsacademicprogressandhelpsensurethattheadviseemeetsrequirementsfortheassociatesdegree.Theadvisorsapprovalisrequiredwhentheadviseeaddsordropsacourseduringthesemester.Studentsshouldchangeadvisorsiftheychangetheircollegemajor.Studentswhointendtotransfertoapublic4-yearcollegeinAlabamaareresponsibleforobtainingatransferguidefromwww.stars.troy.edu.Allstudentsmustbearfinalresponsibilityforcompletingallrequirementsforadegreeandselectingthecorrectcoursesfortransfer.SCHOLARSHIPSInstitutionalscholarshipsareprovidedbyNortheastasauthorizedbytheAlabamaStateBoardofEducation.SusanBarronDirectorofHighSchoolandCollegeRelationsdisseminatesscholarshipinformationtoareahighschools. Northeast191Scholarshipsthatarefundedbyprivatedonationscivicclubschurchescorporationsandbusinessesareselectedbythoseenterprises.AcompletelistingofthosecontributorsisintheFinancialAidsectionofthiscatalog.SEQUENCECOURSESSequencecourseshavebeenaddedtothesummersemesterclassschedules.Sequencecoursespermitstudentstocompleteanacademicyearsworthofworkinasubjectduringthesummerterm.ThesecoursesarescheduledsothatstudentsmaytakeadditionalNACCcourseschosenfromtheregularclassschedule.Consultyoursummersemesterclassschedulesforthesecoursesfoundonthecollegeswebsiteatorprintedcopiesavailableoncampus.SMOKINGSmokingortheuseoftobaccoproductsshallbeprohibitedinanyenclosedindoorareaofanybuildingorothereducationalfacilityownedoroperatedbytheinstitutionandnoareathereinmaybedesignatedforsmokingortheuseoftobaccoproducts.SOCIALEVENTGUIDELINES1.Anystudentorvisitorattendingasocialfunctionundertheinfluenceofalcoholordrugsorhavingeitherintheirpossessionwillbeturnedovertotheproperlawofficials.Offendingstudentsmaybesuspendedafteraproperhearing.2.VisitorsmayattendsocialfunctionsonlybyinvitationwhichmustbeapprovedbytheSocialCommittee.Studentswillbeheldaccountablefortheactionsoftheirguests.3.AllsocialeventsattheCollegearesponsoredandattendedbycertainfacultystaffmembers.4.Allvisitorsandstudentsattendingsocialeventswillbeexpectedtoattendinthebuildinghousingthesocialeventandthereonly.Whenguestsorhostsleavethebuildingtheywillbeexpectedtoleavethesocialandthecampusfortheevening.5.Allsocialswillbeclosednolaterthan1200midnight.6.Attendeesmustbeatleastsixteenyearsofage.7.NOrefreshmentsmaybebroughtintoasocialevent.8.Eachstudentwillsigninforherselfhimselfandforanynonstudentguests.9.Anyattendeewhogoesoutsideduringthesocialeventwillfirstbehandstampedifplanningtoreturntoevent.SOCIALSECURITYNUMBERAlthoughthestudentssocialsecuritynumbersareusedforthekeepingofpermanentrecordsforreasonsofconfidentialitytheyarenotusedforidentificationpurposes.Studentsareassignedastudentnumberuponapplicationtothecollegeandtheyshouldrememberthisnumbertouseinthevariousofficesofthecollege.Socialsecuritynumberswillnotbereleasedwithouttheconsentinwritingofthestudent.AuthorityforrequestingthedisclosureofastudentssocialsecuritynumberisinSection7aoftheprivacyActof19745U.S.C.552a.SOLICITATIONSANDSALESSolicitationforanycausemusthavethePresidentsapproval.NortheastdoesnotpermitthesaleofanyproductoncampuswithouttheknowledgeandconsentofthePresident.SPEAKERSINVITEDTOCAMPUSRecognizedstudentorganizationsdesiringtosponsoraguestspeakertoaddressacollegeaudienceshouldsecurepermissionfromtheDeanofStudentServicesandthePresidentbeforeschedulingorpublicizingtheevent.STUDENTACCESSTOTECHNOLOGYNACCisconnectedtotheAlabamaSuperComputerAuthority.InternetisavailablecampuswidethroughT-1dedicatedlineaccesstotheAlabamaSuperComputerARENetwork.Theincominglinehasaspeedof1.54millionbitspersecondcapability.Currentlythecollegehas10000feetoffiberopticbackbonecableand55000feetofCategory5cable.Wirelessaccesshasbeeninstalled.Allbuildingshavecableaccess.Onlineclassregistrationisavailablethroughthewebsiteaswellasmanyotherservices.Itmaybeaccessedat.NACChasacontractwithoneofthelargestcomputersuppliersHowardComputerssothatthemostuptodateequipmentisavailable.SoftwareavailableforuseincludesMicrosoftOfficeSuiteCOBOLWebToolsFrontPageFlashRPGCVisualBasicandothervariousprogramsincludingtutorials.StudentaccessiblecomputerlabsoncampusincludeMathematicsLabComputerScienceLabsCOMPASSTestingLabYearbookLabNursingLabNetworkingLabWorkKeysLabStatisticsLabOfficeAdministrationLabComputerAssistedDraftingLabEnglishandSpanishLabsElectronicsLabsSTUDENTASSESSMENTAllenteringstudentswhoenrollinassociatedegreeorcertificateprogramsandthosewhoenrollformorethansevencredithoursorfourteenweeklycontacthoursmusttaketheCOMPASSplacementtest.StudentswhoscorebelowthestandardssetbytheAlabamaDepartmentofPostsecondaryEducationmustenrollinappropriateEnglishreadingandormathematicsdevelopmentalcourses.STUDENTCOMPLAINTSABOUTFEDERALFINANCIALAIDAnystudentwhohasacomplaintconcerningthecollegesmanagementorconductofTitleIVHEAprogramsoritsadvertisingorpromotingofitseducationalprogramsmayseekresolutionofsuchcomplaintsbycontactingtheDeanofStudentServicesSherieGrace.TheDeanofStudentServiceswillreceivethecomplaintandassistthestudentinresolvingthecomplaint.ShouldstudentsfeeltheircomplainthasnotbeenresolvedadequatelytheyhavetherighttocomplaininwritingtotheUnitedStatesDepartmentofEducationFederalStudentAidCaseManagementandOversightUnionCenterPlazaIII830FirstStreetNEWashingtonD.C.20202.Alternatelythestudentmaycall202377-4222.ThecontactpersonatthisaddressandphonenumberisThomasPayne.STUDENTINPUTINTOINSTITUTIONALDECISIONMAKINGNortheastisapubliccollegeandwelcomesinputfromthestudentsregardinginstitutionaldecisionmaking.Studentsurveysareconductedperiodicallythathelpdetermineneedsestablishpoliciesanddevelop Northeast192programs.Therearestudentmembersonrelevantcommitteesthatmakerecommendationsregardinginstitutionalpoliciesandprocedures.TheStudentGovernmentAssociationSGApresentsanotherwaystudentsareencouragedtoparticipateininstitutionaldecisionmaking.STUDENTPERMANENTINFORMATIONAllpermanentrecordsincludestudentapplicationmaterialsgradereportsandtranscripts.STUDENTPUBLICATIONSAllstudentpublicationsarecoordinatedwiththeassistanceofafacultysponsororadvisor.Freedomofexpressionisencouragedandprotectedinallstudentpublications.Howeverallpublicationsmustregardcommunitystateandfederallibelandobscenitylaw.QuestionspertainingtotheselegalissuesmustbesubmittedtotheStudentServicesCommitteeforajudgment.Finalapprovalrestswiththecollegepresident.STUDENTRECORDPOLICYNortheastsoriginalpapercopystudentrecordsaremaintainedbythefunctionalareasresponsibleforthecreationcollectionmaintenanceandretentionofthoserecords.TheCollegeandCareerPlanningrecordsarecontrolledbytheDirectoroftheCollegeandCareerPlanningCenter.Electronicversionsofeachrecordaremaintainedonthecollegescentralcomputersystem.Accesstobothrecordformsiscontrolledbythedeanordirectorresponsibleforthearea.AdmissionOfficerecordsaccessiscontrolledbytheDeanofStudentServices.FinancialAidrecordaccessiscontrolledbytheDirectorofFinancialAid.StudenttranscriptsaccessiscontrolledbytheDeanofAdministrativeServicesresponsibleforManagementofInformationalServicesandRegistrarfunctions.ConfidentialityandaccesstostudentrecordinformationisadministeredinaccordancewiththeFamilyEducationRightsandPrivacyActof1974.NortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegewillreleaseastudentseducationalrecordswithouthisorherapprovalonlyasfollowsToNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeofficialswhohavelegitimateeducationalinterestintherecordsToofficialsofanothercollegeoruniversityinwhichastudentseekstoenrollTocertainfederalandstateeducationalauthoritiesforpurposesofenforcinglegalrequirementsinfederallysupportededucationalprogramsTopersonsinvolvedingrantingfinancialaidforwhichthestudenthasappliedTostateandlocalauthoritiestowhominformationisrequiredtobedisclosedundertheprovisionsofastatuteadoptedpriortoNovember191974TotestingresearchandaccreditingorganizationsIncompliancewithacourtorderorlawfullyissuedsubpoenaInverynarrowlydefinedemergenciesaffectingthehealthandsafetyofthestudentorotherpersonsInadditionDirectoryInformationwillbereleasedtoanyonewhoasksforitunlessthestudentspecifiesinwritingtotheAdmissionsOfficethatthisinformationistobewithheld.DirectoryInformationisdefinedasfollowsnameaddresstelephonelistingdateandplaceofbirthmajorfieldofstudydatesofattendancegradelevele.g.freshmanorsophomorephotographenrollmentstatuse.g.undergraduatefull-timeorpart-timeparticipationinofficiallyrecognizedactivitiesdegreeshonorsandawardsreceivedmostrecenteducationalinstitutionattendedRecordintegrityismaintainedbyrestrictingrecordscreationandmodificationaccesstoemployeeswithineachfunctionalarea.EmployeesaregivenuseridentificationandpasswordaccesstoeachcomputerrecordwithspecificcreationupdateorreadonlyaccesstotherecordcommensuratewiththeemployeesjobdutiesandapprovedbythePresidentoftheinstitution.Controldocumentsforallmodificationstorecordsareprocessedandmaintainedwithinthefunctionalareas.Studenttranscriptsarecreatedbycomputerprogramswhichprocessfacultygraderolls.StudenttranscriptsmayonlybemodifiedbywrittendocumentationsignedbytheinstructorwhooriginallyassignedthegradeandtheDeanofInstruction.TranscriptmodificationscanbeperformedonlybyspecificpersonnelwithintheMISofficecontrolledbytheDeanofAdministrativeServices.StudentrecordretentionisgovernedbytheguidelinesoftheAlabamaStateRecordsManualdevelopedbytheFunctionalAnalysisandRecordsDispositionAuthorityoftheAlabamaDepartmentofArchivesandHistoryADAHforallstateagencyrecordsincludingcollegesanduniversities.Recordsareidentifiedbyrecordtypeandassignedaretentionperiodafterwhichtheymaybedestroyed.Northeastretainsstudentrecordsforperiodswhichmeetorexceedtheminimumperiodsspecifiedinthemanual.Non-permanentpaperrecordsarephysicallystoredinfilingcabinetswithineachfunctionalareafortheretentionperiodorlonger.Electronicversionsofthefilesaremaintainedoncomputerforperiodsexceedingtheguidelines.Safetyandsecurityofstudentrecordsisprovidedcommensuratewiththerecordtypeandretentionperiod.Non-permanentrecordssuchasadmissionrecordsandstudentfinancialaidrecordsaremaintainedinstoragefilingcabinetsandoncomputer.Permanentstudentrecordssuchasfacultygradereportsandstudenttranscriptsaremaintainedinaconcretereinforcedfire-proofvaultwithaccesscontrolledbytheDeanofAdministrativeServices.Nightlybackupcomputerfilesofallrecordsaremaintainedinthefire-proofvaultwithintheMISarea.Aweeklybackuptapeisstoredinafire-prooffilingcabinetintheBusinessOfficesafe.Anoff-campusbackuptapeiskeptinasafeatalocalbank.STUDENTRIGHT-TO-KNOWCAMPUSSECURITYREPORTIncompliancewiththeCampusAwarenessandCampusSecurityActof1990TitleIIofPublicLaw101-542andTheHigherEducationAmendmentsof1992thatexpandedthesecurity-relatedrequirementsoftheActNortheasthasestablishedpoliciesrelatedtocampussec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Northeast193Whensuchbreachesofsecurityoccurtheappropriatesecuritypersonnelwilltakereasonableactiontominimizeharmorthreatofharmtocollegestudentsemployeesandvisitors.Actsofacriminalnaturethatmayrequireinvestigationandprosecutionwillbereportedtotheappropriatelawenforcementauthority.Collegesecuritypersonnelhavetheauthoritytoarrestoffenders.Communicationequipmentisavailableforcontactwithlocalmunicipallawenforcement.Orientationsessionsareconductedfornewstudentspriortoeachfallspringandsummersemesters.Eachsessionaddressescampussecurityproceduresandencouragesstudentstoberesponsiblefortheirownandotherssafetyandsecurity.EachstudentissentacopyelectronicallyoftheDrugandAlcoholAbusePreventionProgrampublishedbythecollege.Itincludesinformationabouttheschoolspolicyregardingalcoholanddrug-relatedviolationsincludingusesalepossessionandunderagedrinking.Crimestatisticsfor2013-2014March12013throughMarch12014Murder-0SexOffensesForcibleandNonforcible-0Robbery-0AggravatedAssault-0Burglary-0MotorVehicleTheft-0.Crimestatisticsfor2012-2013March12012throughMarch12013Murder-0SexOffenses-0Robbery-0AggravatedAssault-0Burglary-0MotorVehicleTheft-0.Crimestatisticsfor2011-2012March12011throughMarch12012Murder-0SexOffenses-0Robbery-0AggravatedAssault-0Burglary-0MotorVehicleTheft-0.Arreststatisticsfor2013-2014March12013throughMarch12014LiquorLawViolations-0DrugAbuseViolations-0WeaponsViolations-0.Arreststatisticsfor2012-2013March12012throughMarch12013LiquorLawViolations-0DrugAbuseViolations-0WeaponsViolations-0.Arreststatisticsfor2011-2012March12011throughMarch12012LiquorLawViolations-0DrugAbuseViolations-0WeaponsViolations-0.Sexoffensesforcibleandnonforcibleshallbereportedinthesamemannerasallotheractsofcrimeviolencevandalismandburglary.IncaseofstudentoremployeeactsofcrimeviolencevandalismburglaryandsexualoffensesNortheastshallwithinthescopeofapplicablefederalandstatedueprocessrequirementstakesuchadministrativeordisciplinaryactionsasappropriate.Forastudentthedisciplinaryactionmayincludebutshallnotbelimitedtoreprimandorsuspension.Foranemployeethedisciplinaryactionmayincludebutwillnotbelimitedtoreprimandsuspensionorterminationofemploymentorrequirementthattheemployeeparticipateinandorsuccessfullycompleteanappropriaterehabilitationprogrami.e.drugabuseviolations.Anyvisitorengaginginanyactprohibitedbythispolicyshallbecalledupontoimmediatelyhaltsuchbehavior.Ifanyemployeestudentorvisitorengagesinanybehaviorprohibitedbythispolicywhichisalsoaviolationoffederalstateorlocallaworordinancethatemployeestudentorvisitorshallbesubjecttoreferraltolawenforcementofficialsforarrestandprosecution.STUDENTRIGHTSANDRESPONSIBILITIESSTUDENTRIGHTSA.LegalRightsNortheastisapartoftheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystemandadherestothestandardsoftheSystemandthepoliciesoftheAlabamaStateBoardofEducationwhichoutlinetherightsandprivilegesofitsstudents.NortheastrecognizestheStudentGovernmentAssociationastheapprovedagencytovoicestudentsopinionsoninstitutionalpoliciesandstudentsactivities.Alsostudentshavetherighttoknowabout1.TheCollegesprogramsinstructionlaboratoriesphysicalfacilitiesandfaculty2.Thecostofattendanceandrefundpolicy3.Thetypesoffinancialassistanceoffered4.WhothefinancialaidpersonnelareandthelocationoftheFinancialAidOffice5.Whattheproceduresanddeadlinesareforapplyingforfinancialaid6.HowtheCollegeselectsitsfinancialaidscholarshiprecipients7.HowtheCollegedeterminesfinancialneed8.Howmuchfinancialneedhasbeenmet9.Howfinancialaidisreceived10.ThekindofWork-Studyjobsofferedhoursdutiesrateandfrequencyofpay11.Whenandhowfinancialaidawardsareadjusted12.Thespecialfacilitiesforthedisabled13.TheCollegesSatisfactoryProgressPolicy.B.RightsoftheLearnerTheinstructorintheclassroomandinconferenceshallencouragefreediscussioninquiryandexpression.Studentperformancewillbeevaluatedsolelyonanacademicbasisnotonopinionsorconductinmattersunrelatedtoacademicstandards.C.StudentRecordsTheFamilyEducationalRightsandPrivacyActof1974providessafeguardsregardingtheconfidentialityofandaccesstostudentrecords.1.Studentsmayreviewtheireducationalrecordsbymakingawrittenrequesttotheregistrar.2.Studentrecordswillnotbereviewedbythirdpartiesunlesspermissionisobtainedinwritingfromthestudent.Exceptionsmaybemadeforinstructorsandadministratorsiftheinformationisforeducationalpurposes.Exceptionsmayalsobemadeforparentswhoclaimthestudentsasdependents.TheDeanofStudentServiceswillmakethefinaldecisionconcerningaccesstorecords.3.Officialtranscriptswillbeissuedonlywhenawrittenrequestisreceivedfromthestudentoruponwrittenauthorizationbyastudenttobereleasedtoadesignatedentity.Transcriptsfromhighschoolsorothercollegeswillnotbereleased.D.FreedomofAssociationStudentsarefreetoorganizeorjoinanexistingorganizationtopromotethestudentscurriculumorcareerinterest.StudentorganizationsmustbeapprovedasoutlinedinthesectiononOrganizationsandOfficersbeforeorganizationonthecampusinordertoensureadherencetoNortheastspoliciesandprocedures.E.DueProcessDueprocessproceduresareestablishedtoguaranteetherightofhearingapresentationofchargesevidenceforchargestherightofconfrontationbythequestioningofwitnessesandtherighttocounselbytheaccusedstudentifsorequestedbythestudent.STUDENTRESPONSIBILITIESStudentshavetheresponsibilityto1.ReviewandconsiderallinformationabouttheCollegebeforeenrolling2.Ifapplicablepayspecialattentiontotheapplicationforfinancialaidcompleteitaccuratelysubmitittotheproperofficeinatimelymanner3.Knowalldeadlinesforapplyingforaidandmeetthem Northeast1944.ProvideallrequireddocumentationcorrectionsandorinformationrequestedbytheFinancialAidOffice5.NotifytheCollegeofanyinformationthathaschangedsincethefinancialaidapplicationwassubmitted.Readunderstandandkeepcopiesofallforms6.NotifytheAdmissionsOfficeofachangeinnameaddressorenrollmentstatus7.SatisfactorilyperformtheworkagreeduponinaCollegeWork-Studyjob8.UnderstandtheCollegestuitionrefundpolicyshouldwithdrawalbecomenecessary.STUDENTSERVICESPROGRAMTheStudentServicesProgramatNortheasthasthefollowinggoals1.Toassiststudentsinidentifyingtheirinterestsandabilities2.Toassiststudentsinachievingacademicandvocationalgoals3.Toprovideforeachstudentopportunitiesforpersonaladvising4.TocoordinatethestudentservicesrenderedbythefacultyadministrationandStudentServicesProgram5.TocoordinatestudentfinancialaidinaccordancewithFederalandotherestablishedguidelines6.Tofunctionasaliaisonbetweenfacultyandstudents7.Toprovidefacultyandadministrationwithstatisticaldataonstudentsasneededinevaluationanddecisionmaking8.Tokeepanaccuratepermanentrecordofeachstudentsgradesandotherpertinentinformationneededincounselingthestudent9.Toprovideculturalenrichmentanddiversitythroughstudentprogramsandactivities10.Tohelpstudentsbecomeawareoftheirrightsandresponsibilitiesasstudents11.Toprovideopportunitiesforappropriatephysicalactivities12.Toprovidedevelopmentaleducationservicescareerinformation13.Toprovideservicesforstudentsfromdiverseculturalandeducationalbackgrounds14.Toprovideopportunitiesforstudentswithdisabilitiestopursuetheireducationalgoals.TECHNOLOGYLEARNINGCENTERTheTechnologyLearningCenterisamulti-functionresourceandinstructionalsupportcenterforstudentsandfaculty.TheprimarymissionoftheCenteristoprovideinstructionaltechnologysupporttofacultyandstudents.TheCenterfocusesontheinstructorasalifelonglearnerbyprovidingtoolsresourcesandfacilitiesthatenrichandsupporttheintegrationofinstructionaltechnologyintothecurriculum.TheCenterhostsworkshopsandtrainingdesignedtobringtogetherfacultyandotherprofessionalstoshareexpertiseexploreinnovationsanddiscussthechallengesoftheintegrationofinstructionaltechnology.AsaservicetothecommunitytheCenteradministersproctoredexamsandcertificationsfordistancelearningcourses.AlloftheservicesandsupportsarefreetostudentscurrentlyenrolledatNortheast.TheTechnologyLearningCenterreflectsandsupportsgoalsfourfivenineandtenoftheCollegeMission.THEATREGALLERYCOLLECTIONAtheatregallerycollectioncanbefoundontheNortheastcampusintheeasthalloftheTomBevillLyceum.ItisalargecollectionofphotographsoftheNACCTheatreandthedramaproductionsthroughouttheyears.ItillustratestheuniquenessandsuccessoftheTheatreDepartmentatNortheast.FormoreinformationaboutthegallerycontactMarkWebbDirectoroftheNACCTheatreatext.2318.VETERANSNortheastisapprovedforveteranstraining.StudentswhoareeligibleshouldcontacttheVeteransServicesOfficerlocatedintheFinancialAidOfficeintheWallaceAdministrationBuilding.Thisofficewillcompleteenrollmentcertificationformsforveteranswhentheyenroll.VISITORSTOCAMPUSUponarrivingoncampusavisitorisrequiredtogodirectlytotheSecurityOfficeintheStudentCentertogetavisitorspass.ThesecurityofficerwillaskthevisitortowaitintheSecurityOffice.Unlessitisanemergencythesecurityofficerwillwaituntilthestudentsclasshasendedthenasktheinstructortostepintothehallwiththestudentwheretheofficerwillaskthestudentifheorsheagreestoseethevisitor.Ifthestudentrefusestoseethevisitorandorfeelsendangeredthesecurityofficerwilltakeappropriatestepstoensurethatthevisitorleavescampus.WEATHERSEVEREINFORMATIONThefollowingprocedureswillbeobservedatNortheastintheeventofsevereweather.Northeastpersonnelhaveanumberofsourcesofinformationavailabletodecideifthecollegeshouldbeclosedduetoicyroadsandsnowandwillbemonitoringweatherconditionsverycarefully.Ifthecollegeistobeclosedfordayclassesthisinformationwillbeprovidedtolocalradioandtelevisionstationssothattheymightgivenotificationbynolaterthan630a.m.Ifweatherconditionsdeteriorateduringthedayhoursandeveningclassesmustbeclosedthisinformationwillbemadeavailabletothemediaforreleasenolaterthan400p.m.InformationalsowillbeavailableontheNACCswitchboard.Decisionstoclosewillbemadeandreleasedattheearliestpossibletime.Ifthesemediaandswitchboardannouncementshavenotbeenmadebythesespecifiedtimespresumethatclasseswillbeheld.WhenthecollegeisopentheNACCswitchboardwillplaytheusualrelayinginstructionswithnoreferencesbeingmadetoschoolopeningsorclosings.Dependingonhighwayconditionsonsomeoccasionsthecollegemayhavealateopening.Itmayforexamplebeannouncedthatthecollegewillbeopenat1000a.m.Underthesecircumstancesstudentswouldgodirectlytotheirnormallyscheduled1000a.m.class.BemindfulthatweatherconditionsinNortheastAlabamacanchangeveryquicklyandthatstudentscomefromadiversegeographicarea.Onsomeoccasionsroadconditionsinmostalllocationsoftheserviceareamaybefinebutdangerousinafewisolatedplaces.ThereforewheninclementweatheroccurspleaseusecautionandgoodjudgmentindecidingwhethertodrivetoNortheastornot.Studentsafetyandthatofthestaffisthenumberoneconcern. Northeast195WEBSITEPOLICYI.PolicyguidelinesforofficialCollegewebpublicationsTheNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeisaStateinstitutionandCollegewebpublicationshavethesamecharacterasawrittenpublicationoftheinstitution.Thesewebpublicationsincludedivisiondepartmentorprogramsub-webpagesandFacebookandothersocialnetworkingpagesthatinanywayrepresentorreflectuponthecollege.ThefollowingaretheofficialguidelinesfortheNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegewebsitesandInternetrelatedmaterial.AllwebcontentpublishedbyNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegemustbeapprovedbytheOfficeofthepresidentordesigneepresentcontentthatdescribestheCollegeaccuratelyforthecurrentsemesterreflectpositivelyupontheCollegeasaninstitutionofhigherlearninginvisualappearanceandeditorialtonefurthertheinstitutionalmissionandgoalsoftheCollegebeconsistentwithallpoliciesrulesregulationsandguidelinesoftheCollegeincludingbutnotlimitedtothosepublishedintheCatalogFacultyandStaffHandbookandStateBoardPolicyobtainapprovalthroughtheappropriatecollegechannelsforanynewsreleasesorpublicannouncementsbeconsistentwithlocalstateandfederallawsincludingcopyrightlawbeconsistentwithprinciplesofprofessionaleducationalandcreativeethicsbegeneratedbysoftwaresupportedbytheCollegebedesignedtoloadquicklyoncomputersofvariedagesInternetconnectionsandbrowsers.II.WebcontentoutsideofficialCollegewebpublicationsTheCollegerecognizesthatindividualsorgroupsmaywithouttheconsentorauthorityoftheCollegeestablishwebpagesweblogssocialnetworkaccountsorotherwebpresences.TheCollegewillnotpreviewcensororotherwisesuperintendsuchitems.AnycurrentstudentorcurrentemployeewhoestablishesormaintainsanunofficialwebpresencewillhoweverbesubjecttoappropriatedisciplineifwebcontentthereinisinviolationofthepolicyrulesregulationsorguidelinesoftheCollegeandsaidwebpresencemustdisplayinaprominentandappropriatelocationthefollowingThissitedoesnotofficiallyrepresentNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeandithasnotbeenreviewedorapprovedbytheCollege.Theauthorsaresolelyresponsibleforthecontentsherein.III.EnforcementTheCollegereservestherighttoenforcetheprovisionsofthispolicy.Violationsofanyoftheseprovisionsmayresultinthelossofaccessorlinkagewithoutnotice.InadditionstudentsandemployeesaresubjecttoCollegepoliciesregardingdisciplineandsanctions.WITHDRAWALFROMACLASSStudentswhowishtowithdrawfromaclassmustinitiatethiswiththeiracademicadvisor.FinancialAidrecipientsmusthavetheirwithdrawalclearedbytheFinancialAidOffice.Droppingacoursemayaffectastudentsfinancialaid.AChangeofScheduleFormmustbecompletedanddeliveredtotheappropriateadministrativeoffice.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytoensurethatnotificationisreceivedbytheappropriateofficial.Thestudentmustobtainandholdwrittendocumentationofthewithdrawal.FailuretocompletecoursewithdrawalwillresultinanFforthecourse.StudentswhowithdrawfromaclassaftertheregistrationperiodwillhavethecourserecordedasW.Wsarenotusedingradepointcalculation.Nowithdrawalsarepermittedaftertheofficialwithdrawaldeadline.AnyveteranwhowithdrawsfromaclassmayberequiredtorepaytheVeteransAdministrationapartofthebenefitsderiveduptothepointofwithdrawalfromaclass.IMPORTANTNOTICEStudentsshouldbeawarethatwithdrawalfromacourseaffectsscholarshipstatusandmayaffectpersonalfamilyhealthinsurance.WITHDRAWALFROMCOLLEGEStudentswhowishtowithdrawfromcollegemustinitiatethiswiththeiracademicadvisorandhaveanexitinterviewwiththeDeanofStudentServices.FinancialaidrecipientsmusthavetheirwithdrawalclearedbytheFinancialAidOffice.ItisthestudentsresponsibilitytoensurethatnotificationoftheirwithdrawalisreceivedbyanofficialinoneoftheseofficesDeanofInstructionDeanofExtendedDayorDirectorofWorkforceDevelopment.FailuretocompletethewithdrawalprocesswillresultinagradeofFforeachcourseinwhichthestudentisenrolled.Thestudentmustobtainandkeepwrittendocumentationofthewithdrawal.StudentswhowithdrawaftertheregistrationperiodwillhaveeachoftheircoursesrecordedasW.Wsarenotusedingradepointcalculation.Nowithdrawalsarepermittedaftertheofficialwithdrawaldeadline.AnyveteranwhowithdrawsfromschoolmayberequiredtorepayinfulltotheVeteransAdministrationbenefitsreceivedthatsemesteruptothetimeofwithdrawal.IMPORTANTNOTICEStudentsshouldbeawarethatwithdrawalfromcollegeaffectsscholarshipstatusandmayaffectpersonalfamilyhealthinsurance.ACTIVITIESAWARDSANDORGANIZATIONSPOLICYSTATEMENTONSTUDENTACTIVITIESTheDivisionofStudentServicesisresponsibleforthatpartofthestudentseducationalexperiencewhichtakesplaceoutsidetheformalclassroomprogram.TheDeanofStudentServicesapprovesallCollege-relatedactivitiesincludingformationofneworganizationsandclubscampuseventsandparticipationofstudentsindepartmentalactivities.TheDeanofStudentServicesjudgeseachrequestbaseduponthesocialandeducationalbenefitsprovidedtothestudentsbytheactivity.Anystudentgroupseekingastudentactivitymusthaveafacultysponsor.FollowingapprovaltheDeanofStudentServicesworkswitheachsponsorofstudentactivitygroupsondevelopingspecificsupervisoryguidelinesfortheactivity.ToassisttheDeanofStudentServicesinsupervisingtheseactivitiesisMrs.JoanReevestheCoordinatorofStudentActivities.Allformalstudentactivitieshaveafacultysponsor.TheCollegedeemsthisimportantandnecessaryforbothacademicandlegalreasons.Facultysponsorsaretoencouragewholesomeandcreativestudentefforts.TheCollegebelievesthatitshouldfulfillacademiclegalethicalandmoralresponsibilitiesandupholdfederalandstatelawsregardingstudent Northeast196activities.Studentactivitiespersonneladheretotheseprinciplesasanintegralpartoftheirprofessionalduties.ABLESTUDENTALLIANCETheAbleStudentAlliancebringstogetherstudentswhocopewithadisabilityandnondisabledstudentvolunteersformutualassistancecomradeshipandcommunityserviceprojects.OpentoallstudentstheAllianceisofspecialinteresttostudentsmajoringinhealtheducationandhumanserviceareas.SponsorKatelinMillerStudentCenter.ACADEMICHONORSTheCollegerecognizesscholasticachievementbypublishingthePresidentsListandtheDeansListattheendofeachsemester.ThePresidentsListiscompiledattheendofeachsemester.RequirementsforthePresidentsListare1semestergradepointof4.0and2completionofaminimumsemestercourseloadof12semestercredithoursofcollege-levelwork.Developmentalpre-collegiatecoursescarryinggradesofA-FwillbecalculatedinthesemesterGPA.Howeverdevelopmentalpre-collegiatecourseswillnotcounttowardtheminimumcourseloadrequirement.TheDeansListiscompiledattheendofeachsemester.RequirementsfortheDeansListare1asemestergradepointof3.5orabovebutbelow4.0and2completionofaminimumsemestercourseloadof12credithoursofcollege-levelwork.Developmentalpre-collegiatecoursescarryinggradesofA-FwillbecalculatedinthesemesterGPA.Howeverdevelopmentalpre-collegiatecourseswillnotcounttowardtheminimumcourseloadrequirement.ThePart-TimeHonorListiscompiledattheendofeachsemester.RequirementsforthePart-TimeHonorListare1asemestergradepointof4.00and2completionofasemestercourseloadof7to11semestercredithoursofcollege-levelwork.Developmentalpre-collegiatecoursescarryinggradesofA-FwillbecalculatedinthesemesterGPA.Howeverdevelopmentalpre-collegiatecourseswillnotcounttowardtheminimumcourserequirement.ALL-ALABAMAALL-USAACADEMICTEAMEachyeartwostudentsarenominatedbyapaneloffacultyjudgestotheAll-AlabamaAll-USAAcademicTeam.Thepurposeofthisprogramistorecognizescholarlyachievementleadershipandservicetothecommunity.ThenomineesparticipateinanationalandstatecompetitioncoordinatedbyPhiThetaKappaInternationaltheAlabamaCollegeSystemandtheAlabamaDepartmentofPostsecondaryEducation.SponsorDeanSherieGraceStudentServicesStudentCenter.ALUMNIASSOCIATIONFRIENDSANDALUMNIOFNORTHEASTFANTheNACCAlumniAssociationfostersafeelingoffriendshipandloyaltybetweenalumniandtheCollegewherebythetwocancontinuetobeofservicetoeachother.TheassociationworkstopromoteeducationandtoadvancetheinterestsofNACC.MembershipisavailabletoalumniandfriendsofNortheast.SponsorDr.DaphneWilkersonHealthandFineArtsBuilding.AMERICANCRIMINALJUSTICEASSOCIATIONTheNuAlphaChiChapteroftheAmericanCriminalJusticeAssociationisanorganizationthatstrivestoimprovecriminaljusticethrougheducationalactivitiestopromoteprofessionalacademicandpublicawarenessofcriminaljusticeissuestofosterprofessionalisminlawenforcementpersonnelandagenciestopromotehighstandardsofethicalconductprofessionaltrainingandhighereducationwithinthecriminaljusticefield.SponsorBrentSatterfiedWorkforceDevelopmentBuilding.ANIMEAPPRECIATIONASSOCIATIONCLUBTheAnimeAppreciationisanon-profitstudentorganizationwiththepurposeofpromotingJapaneseanimation.TheAnimeClubfacilitatesstudentswithasharedspecialinterestinanimemangaandtheJapaneseculture.SponsorBarbaraKilgoreHealthandFineArtsBuilding.BAPTISTCAMPUSMINISTRIESBCMThisorganizationisopentostudentsofalldenominationswhoareinterestedindevelopingadeeperspirituallifewhileincollege.ItsfocusistopreparestudentsforChristianleadershipandinvolvestudentsincommunityserviceprojectsmissionserviceandeducation.SponsorDr.DanKnoxHealthandFineArtsBuilding.CHORUSTheChorusisopentoallstudentswiththeconsentoftheinstructor.TheChoruspresentstwomajorconcertsannuallyoneatChristmasandanotherinthespring.Therepertoireisavarietyofchoralliteraturefrommotetstopopsongs.TheChorusisavailableforschoolchurchandcommunityactivities.SponsorDr.KathyAdkinsHealthandFineArtsBuilding.ENCOREENCOREisafour-partharmonysinginggroupperformingavarietyofpopularsongsandmelodies.Thegroupmembersareselectedbyaudition.ENCOREisavailabletoperformatcivicclubsconventionsandothercommunityfunctions.SponsorDr.KathyAdkinsHealthandFineArtsBuilding.ENSEMBLETheEnsembleisamixedvocalgroupselectedbyaudition.TheEnsembleisalsoavailableforperformancesforcivicclubchurchandothercommunityfunctions.Dr.KathyAdkinsHealthandFineArtsBuilding.INTRAMURALSTheNortheastintramuralprogramisopentoanyNortheaststudent.Studentsareencouragedtoparticipateeachsemesterinthesportsthatarescheduled.Sportsscheduledarebasketballtagfootballvolleyballtabletennistennisandsoftball.Trophiesaregiveninallsports.JAMESB.ALLENAWARDTheJamesB.AllenAwardispresentedeachyeartoanoutstandingstudentatNortheast.Therecipientischosenbyfacultyandadministrativestaff.ContactSusanWebbPendleyAdministrationBuilding.JAZZBANDTheJazzBandisopentoallstudentsmusicandnon-musicmajorswiththeconsentoftheinstructor.Thegroupmembersareselectedbyaudition.Thisgroupperformsavarietyofmusic.TheJazzBandisavailableforperformancesforcivicclubschurchandothercommunityfunctions.SponsorDr.DanKnoxHealthandFineArtsBuilding Northeast197MISSNORTHEASTPAGEANTEachyeartheStudentGovernmentAssociationsponsorstheMissNortheastPageant.ThewinnerofthispageantrepresentstheCollegeatvariousschoolandcommunityfunctions.SponsorsJoanReevesEnglishBuildingSusanWebbPendleyAdministrationBuildingandMarkWebbTomBevillLyceum.MUALPHATHETAMuAlphaThetaisanhonorarysocietyforstudentswhoaremathematicsmajorsorforstudentswhoareinterestedinmathematics.Requirementsformembershiparea.CompletionofMTH112PrecalculusAlgebraorahigherlevelmathematicscourseandb.a3.0GPAoverallinalltwoyearcollegemathematicscoursesatorabovetheMTH112PrecalculusAlgebralevelandc.pursuingahigherlevelmathematicscoursethatisoneabovetheMTH112PrecalculusAlgebralevel.Thepurposeoftheorganizationistopromotethestudyandenjoymentofmathematics.SponsorsMilahBrelandGregMillicanandAdamNiblettMathematicsScienceandEngineeringTechnologyCenter.MUSTANGCOMBOTheMustangComboisasmalljazzcomboopentoallstudentsmusicandnon-musicmajorswiththeconsentoftheinstructor.Thisgroupemphasizesimprovisationandsoloing.TheMustangComboisavailableforperformancesforcivicclubschurchesandothercommunityfunctions.SponsorDr.DanKnox.MUSTANGGAMINGALLIANCETheMustangGamingAllianceMGAisastudentclubthatisgearedtowardthetechnologicalage.TheMGAhasnothingtodowithgamesofchancebutratherisfocusedonhigh-levelcompetitivevideogamesthatarepopularthroughoutthecountry.SponsorCainFairbanksPendleyAdministrationBuilding.NACCFISHINGTEAMTheNACCfishingteamisaclubthatcompetesinlocalregionalandnationalbassfishingtournaments.TheclubspurposeistoallowNACCstudentstobeapartofacompetitiveandfunsport.MembersmustbeFull-timestudents.Monthlytournamentsaredecidedbytheclubatrequiredmeetings.SponsorsRossBoydstonPendleyAdministrationBuildingandBryanRoeStudentCenter.NBLTheNortheastBasketballLeagueNBLisorganizedandmanagedbystudents.Sixleagueteamsconducttryoutsplayaseasonofweeklygamesandholdachampionshiptournament.PHITHETAKAPPAPhiThetaKappaPsiEpsilonChapterrecognizesintellectualachievementatNortheast.ThepurposesofPhiThetaKappaarethepromotionofscholarshipthedevelopmentofleadershipandserviceandthecultivationoffellowshipamongstudents.Eligibilityminimumof12semestershoursearnedinnon-developmentalcoursesand3.5minimumcumulativeGPAinnon-developmentalcourses.AdvisorBradFricksWallaceAdministrationBuildingoffice121.PRE-HEALTHPROFESSIONSCLUBThePre-HealthProfessionsClubisanorganizationthatfostersasupportstructureforstudentsconsideringacareerinmedicineortofacilitatetheprocessofmatriculationintomedicalschool.Othergoalsofthisorganizationaretopromoteasenseofcommunityamongpre-healthstudentsprovidecounseltoitsmembersandtopromotevolunteerismandcommunityinvolvement.PRESIDENTSCUPThePresidentsCupispresentedeachyeartothemostoutstandingstudentatNortheast.ContactNickyWillmonWallaceAdministrationBuilding.PRESIDENTIALHOSTSPresidentialHostsareagroupofmenandwomenchoseneachsummertoserveNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeasstudenthoststhroughouttheyear.Memberselectionisbaseduponthereviewofapplicationsandaninterview.PresidentialHostsareinvolvedinavarietyofdutiesbothonandoffcampusincludingcampusluncheonsdinnersreceptionscampustourshighschoolcollegeprogramsinvolvementwithlocalcharitableorganizationsandsupportofotherclubsandgroupsoncampusduringtheirvariousactivitiesandfunctions.SponsorsSusanWebbandAndreaOkwuPendleyAdministrationBuilding.ROTARACTCLUBNACChasjoinedwiththeScottsboroRotaryClubtoinitiatetheNACCRotaractCluboncampus.TheRotaractClubisanewserviceorganizationthatisopentoNACCstudentsfromages18to30.Theclubsgoalsaretosponsorandpartakeinatleastonecommunityserviceprojectandoneinternationalserviceprojectperyear.FormoreinformationaboutthisnewclubanditsactivitiescontactKeithMcBrideSponsortelephoneextension2319orbyemailatmcbrideknacc.edu.QUIZTEAMTheNortheastQuizTeamcompetesagainstothertwo-yearcollegesinthestateinJeopardy-stylegames.Studentswhoenjoytriviagamesorwhojustenjoythethrillofcompetitionarewelcometojoin.StudentsmaytryoutfortheteamintheSummerFallandSpringsemesters.Travelexpensesandregistrationfeesarepaidbythecollege.Allstudentsingoodacademicstandingareeligibletocompete.SponsorsDr.DaphneWilkersonKevinHoltandBradFricks.SIGMAKAPPADELTASigmaKappaDeltaEpsilonAlphaChapterisanEnglishhonorsocietyatNortheast.ItisthefirstchapterinthestateofAlabamatobechartered.Thesocietyisspecificallydesignedfortwo-yearcommunitycolleges.Membershiprequirementsincludecompletionofatleast12semesterhourscollegecreditthreesemesterhoursofcollegeEnglishandanoverall3.3GPA.SponsorsJoanReevesEnglishBuilding.SPECTRUMSpectrumanartclubisopentoallstudentswhohaveaninterestinthevisualarts.Thepurposeoftheclubistoraisestudentawarenessandunderstandingofarttofacilitatetheimprovementofstudentabilityandskillsintheproductionofart.Theclubprovidesopportunitiesforstudentstoparticipateinculturalandvisualactivitieswithinthecommunityit Northeast198sponsorsartshowsandfieldtripstomuseumsandartexhibits.SponsorBarbaraKilgore.SPIREHONORSOCIETYSpirewasfoundedforthepurposeofrecognizingtheuniqueachievementsofadultandothernon-traditionalstudentsenrolledinAssociateDegreeprograms.ThefoundersofSpirenoticedthatnontraditionalstudentswhoaretypicallylessinvolvedincampuslifeoftenmarriedandusuallyemployedwhileattendingcollegewererarelyselectedforcampushonoraries.Itseemsthatthetypicallifestyleanddailyresponsibilitiesofthesestudentspreventedthemfrombeingwidelyconsideredformembershipinmostcampusacademicserviceandleadershiphonorariestherebywithholdingfromthisentirecategoryofstudentsthecareer-enhancingadvantagesofsuchmembership.Spirewascreatedtoprovideadultdefinedas25yearsoldorolderandothernon-traditionalstudentssuchasyoungsingleparentsdisabledstudentsstudentswhoearndegreeswhileworkingfull-timeinternationalstudentsandothersimilarlysituatedstudentswiththesamelevelofrecognitionwhichoutstandingtraditionalstudentshavealwaysreceived.AllstudentsselectedforinductionmustmeetthefollowingstandardsQualifyasadultornon-traditionalstudentsadultstudentsmustbeatleast25yearsofageandBewithin12monthsofgraduationandHaveaminimumcumulativegradepointaverageof3.0ona4.0scaleandBeinvolvedinatleastthreecampusandorcommunityactivitiesandDemonstrateleadershippersistenceandfuturepromiseandMaintainthehighestethicalstandards.SponsorMikeKennamerPendleyAdministrationBuilding.STUDENTGOVERNMENTASSOCIATIONTheStudentGovernmentAssociationSGAisthevoiceofstudentsatNortheast.Itspurposeistopromotethegeneralwelfareofstudentstocultivatefriendshipandcooperationamongthestudentsandfacultyandtoencourageparticipationinindividualandgroupresponsibilitiesinademocraticatmosphere.ThroughSGAparticipationandappropriatecommitteeappointmentsstudentsparticipateinthecollegesdecision-makingprocess.AllpersonsregisteredasstudentsatNortheastaremembersofthisorganizationandareencouragedtotakeanactivepartinitsfunctions.SponsorJoanReevesEnglishBuilding.SGACONSTITUTIONARTICLEI.DESIGNATIONSection1.NameTheorganizationrepresentingthestudentsatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeshallbecalledtheStudentGovernmentAssociation.Section2.MembersAllstudentsattendingNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeshallbemembers.Section3.OfficersTheofficersandmembersrepresentingthestudentsshallbeknownastheStudentGovernmentAssociation.Theofficersshallbepresidentvicepresidentsecretarytreasurerandhistorian.Thereshallbethreeelectedrepresentativesfromeachclass.Section4.AwardsStudentGovernmentAssociationawardsshallbemadetoeachStudentGovernmentAssociationmember.ThetypeandkindofawardshallbevotedonbytheStudentGovernmentAssociation.ARTICLEII.THESTUDENTGOVERNMENTASSOCIATIONSECTIONSection1.QualificationsTobeeligibleforofficershipintheStudentGovernmentAssociationastudentmustcarryaregularclassloadmusthavea3.0gradepointaverageandmustnotbeonprobation.TobeanofficerintheStudentGovernmentAssociationastudentmusthavecompletedtwosemestersatNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeandhaveattainedatleast30hourscreditattheendofthespringsemester.Section2.SelectionAselectioncommitteecomposedofthefacultyadvisorsandtwostudentswillreviewrecordsofstudentswhosenamesaresubmittedbythestudentsascandidatesformembershipintheStudentGovernmentAssociation.Threestudentsforeachofficerandamaximumoftenstudentsfromeachclassforrepresentativeswillbechosenascandidatesforelectionbysecretballotbythestudents.Officerswillbeelectedduringthelatterpartofthespringsemesterandinstalledatthebeginningofthefollowingterm.Electionofmembersshallbeheldnolaterthantwoweeksafterthebeginningofthefallsemester.Section3.SuspensionAnofficerorrepresentativecanbesuspendedfromhisherofficeifheshemissesmorethantwomeetingsorSGAfunctions.Additionallyshouldanofficerorrepresentativereceivemorethantworeprimandsforfailingtoperformhisherdutiesheshecanbesuspendedfromoffice.Section4.VacanciesIntheeventtheofficeofthepresidentoftheStudentGovernmentAssociationisvacatedthevice-presidentwillbecomepresidentandanewmemberwillbeappointedbytheremainingcouncilmembers.Intheeventofavacancyinthepositionofsecretarytreasurerorhistoriananewmemberwillbeappointedtofillthevacancy.Ifmorethanoneofficeisvacatedatthesametimetherewillbeanelectiontofillthesevacancies.Ifthepresidencysecretaryshipandtreasurershiparevacatedthevice-presidentwillbecomepresidentandtherewillbeanelectiontofilltheofficeofvice-presidentsecretaryandtreasurer.IfarepresentativevacateshispositiontheStudentGovernmentAssociationwillappointanewrepresentative.Section5.RemovalfromOfficeAnyofficeroftheStudentGovernmentAssociationwhoseg.p.a.dropsbelowa3.0willbeallowedonesemestertoraisehishergradestotherequiredlevel.Failuretodosowillautomaticallyresultinremovalfromoffice.Anystudentwhoisplacedonprobationwillberemovedfromoffice.AmemberoftheStudentGovernmentAssociationwhoisfoundguiltyofanyactivitywhichwouldbringdiscredituponthecollegeorthestudentswillbesubjecttoremovalfromoffice.Section6.TenureofOfficeAllofficersandmembersoftheStudentGovernmentAssociationshallserveforaperiodoftwelvemonthsoruntiltheirsuccessorsshallhavebeendulychosenandinstalledinthefallsemester.Thistenureiswiththeprovisionthatallservicesconductedaresatisfactory. Northeast199AscenefromtheDogwoodHillsGolfResortandGardensdonatedtoNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegein2013byDorisSlaterwhocarriedoutherlatehusbandsBryceSlaterwishtoleavetheirestatetotheCollege.ThecourseislocatedinFlatRockAlabama.Thegolfcourseisbeautifulfeaturingbentgrassgreenswell-maintainedfairwaysandteeboxesplusplentyofsandbunkersandwaterhazards.Therearealsopracticegreensandadrivingrange.Thecoursehasbeenlistedasafour-stargoldcoursebyGolfDigestmanytimes.TheGolfCourserepresentsthelargestdonationbyfarintheCollegeshistory.Section7.DutiesandResponsibilitiesTheStudentGovernmentAssociationwillassistinplanningandexecutingaprogramofco-curricularactivitiesforthestudents.Suchactivitieswillbeplannedinaccordancewithestablishedschoolpoliciesasoutlinedinthestudenthandbookandcatalog.TheStudentGovernmentAssociationwillconductallstudentelectionsandperformsuchotherdutiesasmaybeappropriatefortheorganization.AllmembersaretoattendallStudentGovernmentAssociationmeetings.Absencesfrommeetingsmaybeexcusedbythepresidingofficerandsponsor.Section8.MeetingsTheStudentGovernmentAssociationmaymeetatleasttwiceeachmonthorasoftenasisdeemednecessary.Aquorumshallconsistofamajorityofthemembersincludingatleasttwoofficersandthesponsor.ARTICLEIII.AMENDMENTSSection1.ProposalAmendmentsmaybeproposedbyanystudent.ProposedamendmentsmustbesubmittedinwritingtotheStudentGovernmentAssociation.Section2.RatificationInnotmorethantwoweeksaftertheproposedamendmentissubmittedtheStudentGovernmentAssociationwillreviewthesuggestiontodeterminewhetheravoteisnecessary.Anyproposedamendmentmustbeapprovedbythesponsorinorderforanamendmenttoberatified.Amajorityofthestudentbodymustvoteintheelectionandtwo-thirdsofthosevotingmustbeinfavorofthechange.POWERSANDDUTIESOFTHEPRESIDENTa.Administerandenforcetheconstitutionitsby-lawsandtheStudentGovernmentAssociationstatutesb.AppointcommitteeswiththeconcurrenceoftheStudentGovernmentAssociationc.Removeathisherdiscretionanypersonwhomheshehasthepowertoappointtofillvacanciesinelectiveofficesd.Instructandrequirereportsfromexecutiveofficersandcommitteememberse.CallandpresideovermeetingsoftheStudentGovernmentAssociationf.MakerecommendationsforlegislationtotheStudentGovernmentAssociationg.HavethepowertosignorvetostatutespassedbytheStudentGovernmentAssociationprovidedthathesheexercisesuchpowerwithintenclassdaysafterreceiptofsaidlegislation.Apresidentialvetomaybeoverriddenbyatwo-thirdsvoteoftheStudentGovernmentAssociationmembership.h.Voteincaseofatie.POWERSANDDUTIESOFTHEVICE-PRESIDENTa.Assumethepowersanddutiesofthepresidentinhisherabsence.b.Assumetheofficeofpresidentshouldthepresidentresignberemovedorsurrenderoffice.POWERSANDDUTIESOFTHESECRETARYa.TakeminutesandmaintainrecordsofmeetingsoftheStudentGovernmentAssociation.b.ConductStudentGovernmentAssociationcorrespondence.c.Completeallactivityrequests.POWERSANDDUTIESOFTHETREASURERa.MaintainandcompletefinancialrecordsofalltheStudentGovernmentAssociationfunds.b.Completeallpurchaseorderforms.POWERSANDDUTIESOFTHEHISTORIANa.CoordinatewiththecollegepublicrelationsdirectortoadvertiseallStudentGovernmentAssociationactivities.b.AttendallStudentGovernmentAssociationfunctionsandmakepictures.c.MaintainaStudentGovernmentAssociationscrapbook.STUDENTNURSESASSOCIATIONTheNortheastChapteroftheStudentNursesAssociationisaconstituentoftheAlabamaAssociationofNursingStudentsandtheNationalStudentNursesAssociation.Thepurposesoftheclubareatoassumeresponsibilityforcontributingtotheprofessionofnursinginordertoprovideforthehighestqualityhealthcarebtoprovideprogramsrepresentativeofcurrentprofessionalinterestsandconcernsandctoaidinthephysicalpsychologicalsocialandmoraldevelopmentsoftheperson.Membershipiscomposedofnursingandpre-nursingstudents.SponsorStaceyHartHealthEducationBuilding.WHOSWHOAMONGSTUDENTSINAMERICANJUNIORCOLLEGESEachyearstudentsareselectedbythefacultyandadministrationforWhosWhoAmongStudentsinAmericanJuniorCollegesbasedonacademicachievementservicetothecommunityleadershipinextracurricularactivitiesandpotentialforsuccess.SelectionsforWhosWhoaremadeduringthefallsemesterfromsophomoresenrolledfull-timewhohaveaminimum3.50gradepointaverage.ContactRobWoodallPendleyAdministrationBuilding.YEARBOOKBackroadsistheNortheastyearbookandisfurnishedfreetoallstudentswhoattendoneormoresemestersduringtheyear.Astudentstaffdesignstheyearbookwiththeassistanceofafacultysponsor.Monitoringthepublicationoftheyearbookistheresponsibilityoftheyearbooksponsor.ShouldquestionsorproblemsarisethesewillbereferredtotheStudentAffairsCommitteeforadecision.SponsorJoanTucker. Northeast200INDEXAbleStudentAlliance.......................................................................196AbsencePolicy..................................................................................171AcademicBankruptcy.........................................................................28AcademicHonors..............................................................................196AcademicProgress............................................................................171AcademicRequirements.....................................................................28AcademicScholarships.......................................................................21AcceleratedStudents...........................................................................15AccommodationforDisabilities.......................................................172Accounting........................................................................................114Accreditation.........................................................................................2ActivitiesAwardsandOrganizations...............................................195ADAGrievanceProcedure...............................................................172Administration..................................................................................153AdmissionRequirements....................................................................13AdultEducation................................................................................173AdvisingPlacementandAcademicCounseling............................173AdvisoryBoardCommittees............................................................159AirConditioningandRefrigeration..................................................114AlabamaStateBoardofEducation...................................................153AlabamaTechnologyNetworkCenter................................................99AlcoholicBeverages.........................................................................173AllAlabamaAllUSAAcademicTeam............................................197AlliedHealthPrograms.......................................................................96AlumniAssociation...........................................................................197AmericanCriminalJusticeAssociation............................................197AnimeAppreciationAssociationClub..............................................197ApplicationforAdmission................................................................205ArchivesSpecialCollections............................................................186Art.....................................................................................................114Articulation.......................................................................................173ArticulationPolicyforTechnicalCourses........................................174AssociateinAppliedScienceDegree.................................................81AssociateinArtsDegree.....................................................................43AssociateinScienceDegree...............................................................48Astronomy.........................................................................................115AthensStateUniversityatNACC....................................................174AthleticTraining.................................................................................50BaptistCampusMinistries................................................................197BasicStudySkills.............................................................................115Biology..............................................................................................115Blackboard........................................................................................174Bookstore..........................................................................................174Buildings.............................................................................................11Business............................................................................................116CAAPTesting...................................................................................175Cafeteria............................................................................................175Calendar................................................................................................6CampusMap.....................................................................................204CampusSaVEAct.............................................................................175CampusTrafficRegulations..............................................................188CecilB.WordLearningResourcesCenter.......................................186CenterforCollegeSuccess...............................................................175CertificateCurricula............................................................................91CharlesM.PendleyFoundersChairCommittee.............................159Chemistry..........................................................................................117ChildDevelopment...........................................................................117Chorus...............................................................................................197ClassLoads.......................................................................................187ClassScheduleChanges...................................................................175CollegeandCareerPlanningCenter.................................................175CollegeDress....................................................................................176COMPASS........................................................................................176ComputerScience.............................................................................119ComputerTechnologyAcceptableUsePolicy..................................176Conduct.............................................................................................177ContinuingEducationandPublicServices.......................................177CoreCurriculum.................................................................................32Cosmetology.....................................................................................121CourseDescriptions..........................................................................114CourseRepetition................................................................................28CriminalJustice................................................................................122DeansList........................................................................................196DegreeRequirementsandTransferGuides........................................32DegreesOffered..................................................................................29DevelopmentalStudiesProgram.......................................................178DisciplinaryProcedures....................................................................178DistanceEducation...........................................................................179DraftingDesignTechnology.............................................................123DrugFreeSchoolsCompliance........................................................180DualEnrollment..................................................................................15EarlyCollegeEnrollmentProgram.....................................................16Economics.........................................................................................124EducationElementary........................................................................56EducationSecondary.........................................................................57ElectricalTechnology.......................................................................125EmergencyMedicalServices....................................................110125EmergencyMedicalTreatment.........................................................180ENCORE.........................................................................................197EngineeringTechnology...................................................................128English..............................................................................................129Ensemble...........................................................................................197Examinations.....................................................................................180Faculty...............................................................................................153FacultyandStaffDirectory...............................................................164FeesandCosts.....................................................................................19FinancialAidProgram........................................................................23FinancialInformation..........................................................................19Firearms............................................................................................180ForeignStudents.................................................................................14Foundation........................................................................................180FraternitiesandSororities.................................................................188Fundraising.......................................................................................180GEDTesting......................................................................................181GeneralInformation............................................................................11GeneralRegulations............................................................................28Geography.........................................................................................130Geology.............................................................................................130GradingSystem...................................................................................28GraduationRequirements...................................................................29GrievanceProceduresandDueProcessforStudents.......................181GuidelinesforSocialEvents.............................................................191GuidelinesforVisitors......................................................................194HarassmentPhysicalAssaultPolicy.................................................182Health................................................................................................130HighDemandCriticalOccupations....................................................38History...............................................................................................130Holidays................................................................................................8HomeEconomics..............................................................................130Housing.............................................................................................185Humanities........................................................................................131HuntingdonCollegeatNACC..........................................................185IDCards............................................................................................185IncompleteGrades............................................................................185IndustrialElectronicsTechnology....................................................131IndustrialMaintenanceTechnology..................................................133 Northeast201Insurance...........................................................................................185IntellectualPropertyandDistanceEducationCourseOwnershipPolicy......................................................................185InterdisciplinaryStudies...................................................................134Intramurals........................................................................................197JamesB.AllenAward.......................................................................197JazzBand..........................................................................................197JobPlacement...........................................................................175186Library...............................................................................................186Life-ThreateningIllnessesPolicy.....................................................187LostandFound.................................................................................187LPNProgram....................................................................................104MachineToolTechnology.................................................................134MassCommunications......................................................................136MassageTherapy..............................................................................136Mathematics......................................................................................137MedicalAssistant..............................................................................139MissNortheastPageant.....................................................................197MissionStatement.................................................................................9MuAlphaTheta................................................................................197Music.................................................................................................140MustangCombo................................................................................197MustangGamingAlliance................................................................197NACCFishingTeam.........................................................................197NACCFoundationMembers............................................................159NameAddressChanges....................................................................187NBL...................................................................................................197NOAH...............................................................................................187Non-discrimination...........................................................................187Nursing......................................................................................100141NursingProgramRequirements........................................................100OfficeAdministration.......................................................................143OnlineRegistrationGuidelines.........................................................188OrganizationalChart.........................................................................170OrganizationsandOfficers...............................................................188Paralegal............................................................................................144Parking..............................................................................................188PeertoPeerFileSharingandIllegalDownloading...........................................................189PellGrantPayments............................................................................25PerformingArtsScholarships.............................................................22PhiThetaKappa................................................................................197Philosophy.........................................................................................145PhysicalEducation............................................................................145PhysicalScience................................................................................146Physics..............................................................................................146Plagiarism.........................................................................................189PolicyofNon-DiscriminationontheBasisofDisability.................189PoliticalScience................................................................................146PosterInformationDisplay...............................................................189Pre-HealthProfessionsClub.............................................................197PresidentsCup.................................................................................197PresidentialHosts..............................................................................197PresidentsList..................................................................................196PriorLearningAssessment...............................................................189PrivacyActInformation....................................................................190ProbationandSuspension.................................................................171ProcedureforAdmission.....................................................................13ProgramAdvisoryCommittees.........................................................159Psychology........................................................................................147QualityPoints......................................................................................28QuizTeam.........................................................................................197Reading.............................................................................................147Readmission........................................................................................13RefundPolicy......................................................................................21Registration.......................................................................................190Religion.............................................................................................147ResidencyRequirements.....................................................................19RotaractClub....................................................................................197SalonandSpaManagement..............................................................147Scholarships......................................................................................190SecurityReport.................................................................................192SeniorAdultScholarships...................................................................23SequenceCourses.............................................................................191SevereWeatherInformation.............................................................194SigmaKappaDelta...........................................................................197SkillsTrainingDivision......................................................................97Smoking............................................................................................191SocialEventGuidelines....................................................................191SocialSecurityNumber....................................................................191Sociology..........................................................................................147SolicitationsandSales......................................................................191Spanish..............................................................................................147SpeakersInvitedtoCampus..............................................................191SpecialCollections............................................................................186Spectrum...........................................................................................197Speech...............................................................................................148SpireHonorSociety..........................................................................198Staff...................................................................................................157STARSProgram................................................................................173StrategicAnalysisTeamforCareerTechnicalEducation.................159StudentAccesstoTechnology..........................................................191StudentComplaintsaboutFederalFinancialAid.............................191StudentGovernmentAssociation......................................................198StudentGrievanceProcedure............................................................181StudentHandbook.............................................................................163StudentInputIntoInstitutionalDecisionMaking............................191StudentLearningOutcomes................................................................33StudentLoans......................................................................................24StudentNursesAssociation...............................................................199StudentPermanentInformation........................................................192StudentPublications..........................................................................192StudentRecordPolicy.......................................................................192StudentRightsandResponsibilities..................................................193StudentRight-to-KnowCampusSecurityReport.............................192StudentServicesProgram.................................................................194SuspensionfromV.A.Benefits...........................................................23TableofContents..................................................................................4TechnologyLearningCenter.............................................................194TheatreArts.......................................................................................148TheatreGalleryCollection................................................................194TransferAdvising..............................................................................175TransferofCollegeCredit..................................................................16TransferStudents................................................................................13TranscriptRequest............................................................................2072to4TransferProgram......................................................................174Tuition.................................................................................................19VehicleRegistration..........................................................................188Veterans.............................................................................................194VisitorstoCampus............................................................................194WebsitePolicy...................................................................................195Welding.............................................................................................148WheretoGoforAssistance..............................................................169WhosWhoAmongStudentsinAmericanJuniorColleges.............199WithdrawalfromaClass...................................................................195WithdrawalfromCollege..................................................................195WorkKeysIntegrated......................................................................151Yearbook...........................................................................................199 Northeast202GolfNACCFishingTeamAlabamaBalletPerformanceofRomeoJulietFashionBloggerHannahRileyHendersonGraduation2013AdultEducationTechnologyLabSkillsUSALatinoFestival Northeast203TOP10REASONSFORCOMPLETINGCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE1.YoullearnmoreStudentswhocompletetheirassociatedegreeorcertificatecanexpecttoearnasmuchas8000moreperyearandabout400000moreinalifetimethanahighschoolgraduate.12.YoullbepreparedPeoplechangejobsupto10timesintheirworkinglivesandwhenyouarejob-huntingacollegecredentialwillalwaysgiveyouanedge.23.Credentialholdersalsoaremorelikelytoretainjobs.Unemploymentforcommunitycollegegraduatesistypically30percentlowerthanforhighschoolgrads.34.YoullencounterfewerbarrierstotransferManystatecollegesystemshavearticulationagreementsthatguaranteetransferofcommunitycollegecreditswhenassociatedegreestudentsenterstateuniversities.Youllsavetimeandmoneybynothavingtorepeatcoursesortakecoursesyoudidnotknowyouneeded.45.Youllhavethepersonalsatisfactionofreachingyoureducationalgoalandhavingsomethingtangibletoshowforitsomethingvaluedbyemployersscholarshipofficialsandtransferrecruiters.6.Youllhelpreverseanationaltrendinthedecliningnumberofcollegegraduatesandyoullalsoopendoorsforyourchildren.Childrenofcollegegraduatesaremorelikelytograduatethemselves.57.Youandyourfamilyshealthwillimprove.Researchlinksgreatereducationalattainmenttolongerlifehealthfuleatingexercisingandavoidingriskfactors.Better-educatedpeoplearequickertochangebehaviorsinresponsetonewevidence.Better-educatedpeoplehavehigherincomesmakingthemmorelikelytohavehealthinsuranceandliveinsaferneighborhoodswithbetteraccesstorecreationalfacilitiesandgrocerystores.68.Youwillbemorelikelytopromoteenvironmentalsustainability.59.Youllbemorelikelytovolunteervotecontributetocharityserveonboardsandrunforoffice.510.Youllbeaneducatedpreparedandhigher-paidemployeeprovidingsupportforfederalstateandlocalgovernmentsandhelpingthenationalworkforcebecompetitiveandproductiveintheglobaleconomy.5FormoreinformationaboutCommunityCollegeCompletionCorpsC4contactBradFricksPhiThetaKappaAdvisorfricksbnacc.eduFictionYoucangetagoodjobwithoutfinishingcollege.Fact60percentofjobsby2020willrequireacollegecredential.1U.S.CensusBureau2005data2RosenbergMcKayD.HowOftenDoPeopleChangeCareersGuidetoCareerPlanningsince199720063InternationallyCollegeGraduatesFaredBetterDuringRecessionChronicleofHigherEducationSeptember20104TheNationalCenterforPublicPolicyandHigherEducationAmericanAssociationofCommunityCollegesTheNationalArticulationandTransferNetwork5WithTheirWholeLivesAheadofThemAPublicAgendaReportforTheBillMelindaGatesFoundation6RobertWoodJohnsonFoundationsCommissiontoBuildaHealthierAmerica Northeast204CAMPUSMAPLEGENDAXAnnexBEHarryCampbellBusinessEducaonENEnglishGYWilliamM.BeckHealthFineArtsHEHealthEducaonTechnologyCenterICIndustryTrainingCenterISIndustrialSystemsTechnologyKXE.R.KnoxScienceLICecilB.WordLearningResourcesCenterLYTomBevillLyceumMSMathScienceMTMathScienceEngineeringTechnologyPACharlesM.PendleyAdministraonSCStudentCenterTCTechnologyCenterWAGeorgeC.WallaceAdministraonWDWorkforceDevelopmentPParkingNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollege 205AccordingtoStateBoardPolicy801.01AdmissionAllnewreadmissionstudentsmustprovideonePrimaryFormofDocumentationforAdmissiontoAlabamaCommunityColleges.Documentationmustbesubmittedinpersontotheadmissionsoffice-OR-alegiblecopymustbeprovidedbymailorelectronicsubmission.AllInternationalStudentsmustprovideanacceptableVISA.RegistrationforclasseswillnotbealloweduntiltheAdmissionsOfficehasreceivedappropriatedocumentation.DLPLEASEPRINTHaveyoupreviouslyattendedNortheastYesNoWhenwouldyouliketoattendFallSpringSummerYEARSOCIALSECURITYNUMBERLEGALNAMEFirstNameMiddleNameLastNameFormerNamesUsedifApplicablepleaseincludefirstmiddlelastDATEOFBIRTHPLACEOFBIRTHMonthDayYearCityStateRESIDENCYInstateOut-of-StateEMAILADDRESSCountyMAILINGADDRESSStreetRFDorP.O.BoxCityStateZipCodePHONENUMBERSAreyouwillingtoreceivetextmessagesHomeCellfromthecollegeYesNoEMERGENCYCONTACTNamePhoneNumberHIGHSCHOOLNameofHighSchoolCityStateYearofGraduationGEDHaveyouearnedaGEDYesNoTRANSIENTSTUDENTYearStateNameofcollegepresentlyattendingCOLLEGELISTALLCOLLEGESPREVIOUSLYATTENDEDMOSTRECENTFIRSTAreyouonsuspensionfromthelastcollegeyouattendedYesNoDoyouhavecollegecredityouwouldliketohaveevaluatedfortransferYesNoSEXMaleFemaleVETERANYesNoDIDYOURPARENTSATTENDCOLLEGEYesNoCITIZENSHIPU.S.CitizenResidentAlienInternationalStudentCountryF1VISAYesNoNameofCollegeCityStateETHNICITYHispanicLatinoNotHispanicLatinoRACEWhiteBlackAfricanAmericanAsianAmericanIndianAlaskanNativeNativeHawaiianOtherPacificIslanderOtherPLEASEREADCAREFULLYandSIGNDATEThisgivesmypermissiontoreleasemynameandhometowntothemediaintheeventIqualifyforthePresidentsorDeansStudentHonorList.Icertifythattheinformationgiveninthisapplicationistrueandcorrect.Iunderstandthatprovidingfalseinformationmaybedeemedsufficientreasontowithholdcreditsandorrefuseadmission.MysignaturegivespermissionforNortheasttoobtainallpertinenthighschoolrecordsoracademicrecords.IcertifythatIhavecompliedwiththeprovisionsoftheUnitedStatesMilitarySelectiveServiceAct50U.S.C.App453byhavingregisteredwiththeSelectiveServiceBoardorthatIamnotyet18yearsofageandIwillregisterwhenrequiredbylawtoregister.ThiscertificationisrequiredbytheStateofAlabamaLegislativeAct91-584.SIGNATUREDATEAPPLICATIONFORADMISSIONAdmissionsOfficeP.O.Box159RainsvilleAL35986256-638-4418or256-228-6001Extensions2222or2260PLEASENOTEStudentswillbescheduledtocompletetheCOMPASSPlacementTestifapplicable.HighschooltranscriptorGEDtestscoresandallcollegetranscriptsmustbesubmittedtocompleteadmissionsfile.Qualifiedapplicantswillbeconsideredwithoutregardtoracecolorsexreligioncreednationaloriginageordisability.AnyonewithadisabilitywhoneedsassistanceincompletingthisapplicationshouldcontactAdmissionsOfficeKatelinMillerext.2322. 206PleasecheckyourprogramofstudySelectonemajorAcademicTransfer-TheGeneralEducationCorefortheAssociateinArtDegreeAAArtHistoryARHArtStudioARSArtStudioB.F.A.ASBEnglishB.A.ENGGeneralorPre-LiberalArtsGPLMusicMUSTheatreTHRAcademicTransfer-TheGeneralEducationCorefortheAssociateinScienceDegreeASAccountingBUSAgribusinessEconomicsBUSAgriculturalBusinessandEconomicsAGBAgronomyandSoilsASOAnimalandDairyScienceANDApparelMerchandisingDesignProductivityBUSAppliedMathematicsMTHArchitectureARBArtEducationEDAAthleticTrainingATHBehavioralSciencePSYBiochemistryCHMBiologyBIOBiomedicalSciencesBISBuildingSciencesBLDBusinessBUSBusinessEducationBUSChemistryCHMClinicalLaboratorySciencesMedicalTechnologyCLSCommunicationStudiesorSpeechCOMComputerInformationSystemsCSTComputerScienceCSTCriminalJusticeCRJEconomicsBUSEDUCATIONElementaryEarlyChildhoodEducationELEBiologyEducationMiddleHighSchoolEDBChemistryEducationMiddleHighSchoolEDCEnglishLanguageArtsEducationMiddleHighSchoolEDEGeneralScienceEducationMiddleHighSchoolEDGHealthEducationMiddleHighSchoolPEDHistoryEducationMiddleHighSchoolEDHMathematicsEducationMiddleHighSchoolEDMMusicEducationMiddleHighSchoolEMUPhysicsEducationMiddleHighSchoolEDPSocialStudiesEducationMiddleHighSchoolESSSpanishEducationMiddleHighSchoolEDSSpecialEducationSPEENGINEERINGEngineeringAerospaceAROEngineeringBiomedical-UABOnlyEBMEngineeringBiosystems-AUOnlyBYSEngineeringChemicalPCHEngineeringCivilCIVEngineeringComputerPECEngineeringComputerScienceOptionPEGEngineeringElectricalEPEEngineeringIndustrialTTEEngineeringMaterialsEMAEngineeringMechanicalMECEngineeringPolymerandFiberPFEEnvironmentalScienceEVSExerciseScienceWellnessEXWFamilyConsumerSciencesFSUFisheriesScience-AUOnlyFISFoodandNutritionNFForeignLanguageEDSForestryManagement-ForestScienceFMFForestryFSTGeneralStudiesinHumanEnvironmentalSciencesFSUHealthandWellnessManagementEXWHealthPhysicalEducationandRecreationPEDHistoryHISHorticultureHORHumanEnvironmentalScienceFSUIndustrialHygieneINHInformationSystemsBUSLabTechnologyCLSMathematicsMTHMeteorologyPHYNutritionNFPhysicsPHYPoliticalSciencePOLPoultrySciencePOSPRE-MEDICALPre-DentistryPMEPre-MedicinePre-DentistryPMEPre-NursingRNLPNPNUPre-NursingTransferTNUPre-OccupationalTherapyOCTPre-OptometryPOPPre-PharmacyAuburnPPHPre-PharmacySamfordPSUPre-PhysicalTherapyPHTPre-PhysicianAssistantPPAPre-RespiratoryTherapyCardiopulmonarySciencesRTEPre-VeterinaryMedicinePVEPsychologyPSYRadiologicSciencesRADReligiousStudiesRELSocialWorkSWKSpeechCOMSpeechPathologySPHSportsandFitnessManagementEXWTextileManagementTEXWildlifeScienceWLDAssociateinAppliedScienceDegreeAASAlliedHealthPrograms-tocompleteatanotherinstitutionGPLPhysicalOccupationalTherapyAssistantRespiratoryTherapyVeterinaryTechnicianRadiologicTechnicianUltrasoundTechnicianDentalHygieneHealthInformationTechnicianFuneralScienceClinicalLabTechnicianetc.CAREERTECHNICALBusinessManagementandSupervisionBMSComputerInformationSystemsCISChildDevelopmentCHDCriminalJusticeCJADraftingandDesignTechnologyDDTEmergencyMedicalServicesEMPEngineeringTechnicianENTIndustrialElectronicsTechnologyILTINDUSTRIALSYSTEMSTECHNOLOGYOPTIONSElectricalandInstrumentationISIMaintenanceMechanicIMMMulti-SkilledISSWeldingISWMachiningOptionISOMedicalAssistantMATNursingNUROfficeAdministrationOADOfficeAdministrationMedicalOfficeOptionOAMOfficeAdministrationParalegalOptionOAPSALONSPAMANAGEMENTOPTIONSCosmetologySMCMassageTherapySMTKRMILLER06132014GOALYOUWISHTOACHIEVEEarnadegreeAAorASandtransfertoanothercollegeuniversityEarnanAASdegreeforimmediateentryintotheworkforceCompletecreditscoursesfortransfertoanothercollegeuniversitywithoutearningadegreeTakecoursesasatransientstudentTakecoursesforpersonalinterestandself-enrichmentUpdateskillsforajobIpresentlyholdEarnacertificateforimmediateentryintotheworkforceOther 207NORTHEASTALCOMMUNITYCOLLEGEAdmissionsOfficeP.O.Box159RainsvilleAL35986256-638-4418or256-228-6001Extensions2222or2260TTRRAANNSSCCRRIIPPTTRREEQQUUEESSTTBeginyourfutureherewww.nacc.eduSSPLEASEPRINTFullNameunderwhichenrolled_________________________________________________CurrentAddress_________________________________________________________________________________________________________DateofBirth_______________________Mailthiscompletedformtoanycollegesyouhaveattendedtorequestanofficialtranscriptofyouracademicrecord.AlsorequestacopyofyourCOMPASSscoresifrelevant.FORCOLLEGESNameofCollegeattended_______________________________________________________DateofCollegeattendance______________________________________________________IfyouneverattendedacollegeMailthiscompletedformtothehighschoolfromwhichyougraduatedortheagencywhereyoutooktheGEDExamforarecordofyourcertificateandscores.FORHIGHSCHOOLNameofHighSchool___________________________________________________________HighSchoolgraduationyear_____________________________________________________TotheregistrarPleasesendone1copyofthefollowingtoNORTHEASTALABAMACOMMUNITYCOLLEGEOFFICEOFADMISSIONSPOBOX159RAINSVILLEAL35986OfficialcollegetranscriptHighSchoolTranscriptACTscoresGEDCOMPASStestscoresTransientLetterLetterofGoodStandingStudentSignature______________________________________Date__________________AlltranscriptsMUSTbesentdirectlyfromtheforwardinginstitutiontotheOfficeofAdmissions. Northeast208TRANSCRIPTREQUESTFORMAttnRegistrarsOfficeNortheastAlabamaCommunityCollegeP.O.Box159RainsvilleAlabama35986PLEASEPRINTStudentorSocialSecurityDateofBirthLastNameFirstNameMiddleNameMaidenFormerPleasesendanofficialtranscriptofmygradestothefollowingincludingaddressesCheckOneSendNow________HoldforGrades________Youmayfaxthisformto256-228-6992andyourtranscriptwillbemailedtotheaboveaddress.StudentSignatureDate