Title Description
Early Childhood Development
ECE-243
Exploration of the development of young children between the ages of birth and 8 years old. The course will include 32 hours of directed observa- ion of children birth through 8 years.
Early Childhood Special Education
ECE-245
Introduction to the area of early childhood special education focusing on gathering infor- mation about at-risk, delayed or disabled children.
Early Childhood Language and Literacy
ECE-250
Focus on the process of language and literacy development in the child: birth through eight years.
Techniques for Observing and Assessing Children
ECE-260
Exploration of concepts and techniques used to observe and record children's characteristics and behaviors in an early childhood setting and how to apply observation to assessment. Includes two hours of weekly observation.
Children's Literature
ECE-265
Overview of the organization and scope of children's literature for early and elementary school classrooms.
Early Childhood Education Internship
ECE-270
Capstone course which provides the student with directed participation in an appropriate early childhood setting.
Introduction to Economics/GE*
ECN-100
Investigates the very basic concepts and principles of economics and how they operate within the American economic system. Highlights both macro and microeconomics in very simplified terms, intended for those who will only take one course in economics.
Principles of Macroeconomics/GE
ECN-240
Analysis of general levels of output, employment, income, and prices. Includes money and banking, national income accounting, economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy.
Principles of Microecnomics/GE
ECN-250
Analysis of price determination and income distribution in a free enterprise economy. Detailed study of supply and demand, allocation of resources by individual firms, and application to the American economics system.
Core Curriculum Introductory Craft Skills
ECT-100
Development of skills and techniques necessary for basic construction/ industrial maintenance craft skills.
Basic Electricity
ECT-105
Introduction to basic electrical principles, circuits, and measurements.
AC/DC Circuits
ECT-110
Introduction to direct current (DC) and alternat- ing current (AC) theory, Ohm's Law, and series, parallel, and combination circuits.
Electrical Light Commercial
ECT-113
The application and selection of various type of motors and associated components, application and selection of various lighting with controls and advanced bending methods of conduit within the National Electrical Code requirements.
National Electrical Code
ECT-115
Study of the National Electrical Code (NEC), including local ordinances.
Fixtures and Installation
ECT-205
Overview of the planning and installing of elec- trical fixtures.
Control Circuits
ECT-210
Overview of the principles and applications of components, control circuits, and diagrams.
Commercial Electrical Applications Level 1
ECT-213
Introduction of overcurrent protection and their applications, transformers and capacitors and associated components with regards to troubleshooting, maintenance and testing and identification of hazardous locations and applications of equipment in hazardous areas.
Commercial Electrical Applications Level 2
ECT-214
The selection, installation, operation and maintenance of generators, to include how to isolate and repair minor generator problems. Recognize the uses, operation of control devices. Introduction to structure cabling methods and types of cabling used.
Electrical Installation
ECT-220
Electrical installations for commercial and residential applications.
Advanced Electrical Systems Level 1
ECT-222
The selection, installation, operation and maintenance of generators, to include how to isolate and repair minor generator problems. Understanding of a battery or Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) and associated components.
Advanced Electrical Systems Level 2
ECT-223
The operation and troubleshooting of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning equipment. Introduction to maintenance, testing and cleaning of motors.
Advanced Electrical Systems Level 3
ECT-224
The selection, installation and termination of medium voltage cabling. Requirements of testing medium voltage cable.
Load Calculations
ECT-225
Advanced electrical load calculation.
Programmable Logic Controllers
ECT-230
Introduction to programmable logic controllers (PLC) architecture and programming. Topics include: memory, instruction sets, addressing modes, serial/parallel interfacing, relay/ladder logic, and troubleshooting.
Power Generation, Maintenance, and Repair
ECT-240
The selection, installation, operation and maintenance of generators, to include how to isolate and repair minor generator problems.
Introduction to Emergency Management
EDM-101
Fundamentals of emergency and disaster management, history of emergency management, the four phases of emergency management, volunteers, roles, hazards and strategies for emergency management.
Emergency Planning
EDM-110
Emergency planning process as an “All-Hazard” approach.
Disaster Response and Recovery
EDM-140
Challenges confronting emergency managers (and others) after disasters, including warning, evacuation, and other disaster functions as well as advanced preparedness measures.
Hazard Mitigation in Emergency Management
EDM-210
Understanding of Hazard Mitigation from an “All-Hazards” approach. Students will also learn the full spectrum of hazards posed to society and how to create hazard mitigation plans to combat these hazards.
National Incident Management System (NIMS)
EDM-240
An examination of the National Incident Management System (NIMS), its origin, components, implementation and importance to emergency management and public safety organizations.
Emergency Support Functions in Emergency Management
EDM-270
Legal guide for state, local governments and individuals involved in Homeland Security and emergency management.
Emergency and Disaster Management Capstone Project
EDM-290
This course functions as a capstone for all the emphasis areas in the AAS in Emergency and Disaster Management. It is designed to bring all concepts of Emergency and Disaster Management together to mitigate large scale incidents and events through oral boards, tabletop and written projects.
Tutor Training Seminar
EDU-102
Training and experience to become an effective tutor for individualized and small group sessions.
Advanced Tutor Training
EDU-103
Advanced training and experience to become an effective tutor for individualized and small group sessions.
Introduction to Education
EDU-110
The understanding of teaching as a profession through learning experiences: observational and participatory.
Lesson Planning
EDU-200
Prepares students how to design comprehensive lesson plans to reach diverse learners.

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Early Childhood Development
ECE-243
Exploration of the development of young children between the ages of birth and 8 years old. The course will include 32 hours of directed observa- ion of children birth through 8 years.
Early Childhood Special Education
ECE-245
Introduction to the area of early childhood special education focusing on gathering infor- mation about at-risk, delayed or disabled children.
Early Childhood Language and Literacy
ECE-250
Focus on the process of language and literacy development in the child: birth through eight years.
Techniques for Observing and Assessing Children
ECE-260
Exploration of concepts and techniques used to observe and record children's characteristics and behaviors in an early childhood setting and how to apply observation to assessment. Includes two hours of weekly observation.
Children's Literature
ECE-265
Overview of the organization and scope of children's literature for early and elementary school classrooms.
Early Childhood Education Internship
ECE-270
Capstone course which provides the student with directed participation in an appropriate early childhood setting.
Introduction to Economics/GE*
ECN-100
Investigates the very basic concepts and principles of economics and how they operate within the American economic system. Highlights both macro and microeconomics in very simplified terms, intended for those who will only take one course in economics.
Principles of Macroeconomics/GE
ECN-240
Analysis of general levels of output, employment, income, and prices. Includes money and banking, national income accounting, economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy.
Principles of Microecnomics/GE
ECN-250
Analysis of price determination and income distribution in a free enterprise economy. Detailed study of supply and demand, allocation of resources by individual firms, and application to the American economics system.
Core Curriculum Introductory Craft Skills
ECT-100
Development of skills and techniques necessary for basic construction/ industrial maintenance craft skills.
Basic Electricity
ECT-105
Introduction to basic electrical principles, circuits, and measurements.
AC/DC Circuits
ECT-110
Introduction to direct current (DC) and alternat- ing current (AC) theory, Ohm's Law, and series, parallel, and combination circuits.
Electrical Light Commercial
ECT-113
The application and selection of various type of motors and associated components, application and selection of various lighting with controls and advanced bending methods of conduit within the National Electrical Code requirements.
National Electrical Code
ECT-115
Study of the National Electrical Code (NEC), including local ordinances.
Fixtures and Installation
ECT-205
Overview of the planning and installing of elec- trical fixtures.
Control Circuits
ECT-210
Overview of the principles and applications of components, control circuits, and diagrams.
Commercial Electrical Applications Level 1
ECT-213
Introduction of overcurrent protection and their applications, transformers and capacitors and associated components with regards to troubleshooting, maintenance and testing and identification of hazardous locations and applications of equipment in hazardous areas.
Commercial Electrical Applications Level 2
ECT-214
The selection, installation, operation and maintenance of generators, to include how to isolate and repair minor generator problems. Recognize the uses, operation of control devices. Introduction to structure cabling methods and types of cabling used.
Electrical Installation
ECT-220
Electrical installations for commercial and residential applications.
Advanced Electrical Systems Level 1
ECT-222
The selection, installation, operation and maintenance of generators, to include how to isolate and repair minor generator problems. Understanding of a battery or Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) and associated components.
Advanced Electrical Systems Level 2
ECT-223
The operation and troubleshooting of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning equipment. Introduction to maintenance, testing and cleaning of motors.
Advanced Electrical Systems Level 3
ECT-224
The selection, installation and termination of medium voltage cabling. Requirements of testing medium voltage cable.
Load Calculations
ECT-225
Advanced electrical load calculation.
Programmable Logic Controllers
ECT-230
Introduction to programmable logic controllers (PLC) architecture and programming. Topics include: memory, instruction sets, addressing modes, serial/parallel interfacing, relay/ladder logic, and troubleshooting.
Power Generation, Maintenance, and Repair
ECT-240
The selection, installation, operation and maintenance of generators, to include how to isolate and repair minor generator problems.
Introduction to Emergency Management
EDM-101
Fundamentals of emergency and disaster management, history of emergency management, the four phases of emergency management, volunteers, roles, hazards and strategies for emergency management.
Emergency Planning
EDM-110
Emergency planning process as an “All-Hazard” approach.
Disaster Response and Recovery
EDM-140
Challenges confronting emergency managers (and others) after disasters, including warning, evacuation, and other disaster functions as well as advanced preparedness measures.
Hazard Mitigation in Emergency Management
EDM-210
Understanding of Hazard Mitigation from an “All-Hazards” approach. Students will also learn the full spectrum of hazards posed to society and how to create hazard mitigation plans to combat these hazards.
National Incident Management System (NIMS)
EDM-240
An examination of the National Incident Management System (NIMS), its origin, components, implementation and importance to emergency management and public safety organizations.
Emergency Support Functions in Emergency Management
EDM-270
Legal guide for state, local governments and individuals involved in Homeland Security and emergency management.
Emergency and Disaster Management Capstone Project
EDM-290
This course functions as a capstone for all the emphasis areas in the AAS in Emergency and Disaster Management. It is designed to bring all concepts of Emergency and Disaster Management together to mitigate large scale incidents and events through oral boards, tabletop and written projects.
Tutor Training Seminar
EDU-102
Training and experience to become an effective tutor for individualized and small group sessions.
Advanced Tutor Training
EDU-103
Advanced training and experience to become an effective tutor for individualized and small group sessions.
Introduction to Education
EDU-110
The understanding of teaching as a profession through learning experiences: observational and participatory.
Lesson Planning
EDU-200
Prepares students how to design comprehensive lesson plans to reach diverse learners.

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