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    of them together Any extension whether of skin hand or foot affects the whole psychic and social complex Students will finally discuss and establish their own point of view as to how this theoretical extension of consciousness through media will affect their use of it as a Graphic or Digital Media Designer 3 0 3 WRIT 101 English Composition 3 00 Students will practice expository writing and learn the academic form of the essay and research paper Students will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Category Four Elective 4 credits Category Four Electives include BIOL101 BIOL102 BIOL201 BIOL202 CHEM101 CHEM102 PHYS101 and PHYS102 Second Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits COMM 230 Team Development 3 00 This course provides the student with the understanding and the skills necessary to communicate effectively in various group situations Specifically the course will prepare the student for intensive team and group interaction that he she will experience in both personal and workplace scenarios It will also provide a firm foundation of team oriented theory and practical application experience in developing group problem solving skills and a resource for future use 3 0 3 FILM 101 Cinema As Art 3 00 The student explores film as an art form Included are explanations of film production film genres themes trends and transitions The course presents fundamentals of critical responses to viewing films as a medium of communication past and present 3 0 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 Category Four Elective 4 credits Category Four Electives include BIOL101 BIOL102 BIOL201 BIOL202 CHEM101 CHEM102 PHYS101 and PHYS102 Category Five Elective 3 credits Category Five electives include PSYC101 recommended for transfer SOCI101 recommended for transfer POLS102 PSYC205 HIST101 HIST102 ECON255 ECON256 HIST111 HIST112 SOCI210 ANTH101 PSYC106 and PSYC210 Curriculum Second Year Third Semester 15 16 Credits Code Title Credits COMM 110 Interpersonal Communication 3 00 Provides an introduction to the communication process that occurs between people Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to develop maintain and evaluate dyadic relationships through language perception self disclosure listening verbal and nonverbal communication Emphasis will be placed on building effective and ethical interpersonal relations in an intercultural context utilizing various media 3 0 3 FINE 105 Digital Illustration 3 00 This course focuses on basic design principles related to the graphic design and advertising field including study of principles and elements such as composition abstraction color form and shapes Understanding the relationship of elements and development of two dimensional vector based

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    will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits CRIM 125 Corrections 3 00 Organization objectives and functions of a correctional agency will be studied Principles of Administration relating to the sound and efficient operation of correctional facilities will be discussed with emphasis on the special problems encountered in the field 3 0 3 CRIM 124 Policing Law Enforcement 3 00 An introduction to the police system in America the gateway to the criminal justice process Topics covered will include the historical foundations of police both in Amerca and abroad the various roles and tasks of law enforcement and the process by which police officers are hired The police subculture the stresses of modern day police work along with innovative changes taking place in law enforcement will be explored 3 0 3 POLS 101 American National Government 3 00 This course considers the evolution of the principles form and operation of our governmental systems with special emphasis on constitutional issues and the various means for the resolution of conflicts 3 0 3 MATH 130 College Algebra 3 00 The functional approach to algebra is stressed with attention to the properties of the real number system linear functions and equations exponents radicals functions systems of equations complex numbers and quadratic equations Additional topics may be added at the discretion of the instructor Prerequisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS020 Improvement of Math Skills and DEVS021 Fundamentals of Algebra if required permission of the Division Director 3 0 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits BIOL 101 General Biology I 4 00 The science of biology with emphasis on cellular physiology cell structure mitosis and meiosis basic genetics development and organismic biology 3 2 4 COMM 201 Public Speaking 3 00 The emphasis is on speech preparation and delivery in a variety of speaking experiences designed to improve the speaker s capability through the application of correct speech practices 3 0 3 CRIM 230 Criminology Theory 3 00 The course deals with the nature and causation of crime approaches to the study of crime its treatment and prevention sociology of criminal law current theories and research on the nature of criminal behavior 3 0 3 CRIM 133 Domestic Terrorism Home Security 3 00 This is an overview course focusing on the impact of the war on terrorism in the United States on our citizens our government and on society

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    AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Cisco Networking Certification Certificate Offered Credits Required 20 2015 2016 Academic Year A sequence of four courses for this program are offered at CCBC at an established local Cisco Networking Academy using the Cisco Networking Academy Program curriculum The courses are Web based multimedia content and include online assessment and evaluation hands on experience and lectures and case studies Upon successful completion of the program students receive a joint certificate from CCBC and the Cisco Networking Academy and will be eligible to take the CCNA certification exam Graduates will be prepared to pursue the following careers IT manager network specialist network manager and network designer Curriculum 1st Year First Semester 5 Credits Code Title Credits CISN 100 CISCO I Network Fundamentals 5 00 This course is designed to introduce students to computer networking fundamentals Topics include binary numbering systems electronics and signals network cabling and testing network topologies close study of OSI and TCP IP network models IP addressing including sub net masking and basic network design The course covers the CCNA Semester 1 training material This course in conjunction with CISN110 CISN215 and CISN220 may assist students in preparation for Cisco Network and CCNA certification exams 5 0 5 Second Semester 5 Credits Code Title Credits CISN 110 CISCO II Routing Protocols and Conc 5 00 This course is the study of advanced networking concepts WAN and the function of routers router components protocols and configuration ISO images IP addressing network troubleshooting introduction to network security and management and introduction to residential networking The course covers the CCNA Semester 2 training material This course in conjunction with CISN100 CISN215 and CISN220 prepares students for the Cisco Network and CCNA certification exams

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/ciscoNetworkingCertification (2015-07-15)
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    technical support for hardware software and systems In addition the skills of answering telephone calls troubleshooting and providing guided assistance will be covered Studies will include computer hardware software networks operating systems help desk concepts troubleshooting and customer service This course covers aspects of the Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician MCDST Help Desk Institute HI and various CompTIA certifcation exams Graduates of this program work as help desk support technicians customer service technicians technical support specialists and Microsoft certified desktop support technicians Crosswalk Click below to view the crosswalk transition of program courses from an old program to a current program 2009 2010 Computer Support Specialist Curriculum 1st Year First Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits CISN 100 CISCO I Network Fundamentals 5 00 This course is designed to introduce students to computer networking fundamentals Topics include binary numbering systems electronics and signals network cabling and testing network topologies close study of OSI and TCP IP network models IP addressing including sub net masking and basic network design The course covers the CCNA Semester 1 training material This course in conjunction with CISN110 CISN215 and CISN220 may assist students in preparation for Cisco Network and CCNA certification exams 5 0 5 CISN 105 Microcomputers and Cloud Services 3 00 The course is intended for students who want more information on maintaining and managing their computers or for those students who want to prepare the Computing Technology Association s A Certification Some of the areas that will be covered include troubleshooting fundamentals basic and preventative maintenance techniques computer upgrades operating systems networking and Internet connections printer connections and interfaces types of RAM data recovery and the various multimedia options available for legacy PCs An equal emphasis will be placed on identifying and supporting today s emerging tablet computers smartphones and cloud computing technologies throughout the course 3 0 3 CISN 205 Server Operating Systems 4 00 This course focuses on skills needed to manage a Windows Server 2008 system Windows Server 2008 materials covered inlcude active directory design account management group policy management and configuation certificate services AD LDS AD RMS AD FS server core Windows Hyper V virtualization and server management Material covered may assist in preparation for the MCTS Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist 70 640 certification exam 4 0 4 CIST 100 Introduction to Information Tech 3 00 A computer course designed to introduce students to personal computers Topics include basic concepts of computer operations storage media software categories Windows operating system computer communication devices and Internet The course also includes introduction to Microsoft Word Excel Access and PowerPoint 3 0 3 OFFT 101 Keyboarding Introduction 1 00 This course affords the student the opportunity to build keyboarding speed and to improve accuracy Proofreading and advanced formatting skills are also emphasized 0 2 1 Second Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits CISN 110 CISCO II Routing Protocols and Conc 5 00 This course is the study of advanced networking concepts WAN and the function of routers router components protocols

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    Culinary Arts Management CCBC EVENTS Rock and Enroll 7 15 2015 Titan Cafe New Student Orientation 8 21 2015 8 21 2015 Welcome Back Free Snacks 8 24 2015 8 24 2015 Courtyard View All Events MORE HEADLINES CCBC AT SOUTHPOINTE OFFERS NEW AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Cook s Assistant Certificate offered Credits Required 16 2015 2016 Academic Year The Cook s Assistant program recognizes students who have satisfactorily completed the first year of the Culinary Arts program Students with little or no culinary experience will be able to move immediately into the workforce upon graduation With small class sizes you will receive personal attention as you learn commercial kitchen functions food characteristics and preparation techniques in a fully equipped state of the art commercial kitchen Additionally the training you get in sanitation will prepare you for the ServSafe Certification a much needed and well compensated requirement in the food service industry Crosswalk Click below to view the crosswalk transition of program courses from an old program to a current program 2010 2011 Cook s Assistant Certificate Curriculum 1st Year First Semester 7 Credits Code Title Credits CULA 100 Intro to Culinary Arts Baking I 6 00 This course provides an introduction to working in a commercial foods kitchen including safety principles operation care and cleaning of tools and equipment basic food handling and receiving and storage techniques Baking and basic food preparation principles are covered with an emphasis on measurement and culinary calculations following recipes ingredient characteristics and integration Customer service techniques are introduced 5 2 6 CULA 110 Sanitation Principles 1 00 This course examines sanitation principles and practices for the commercial foods kitchen Students will apply the principles learned here to all other

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    fully equipped state of the art commercial kitchen All students perform every laboratory project ensuring competence and confidence in your new culinary skills Additionally the training you receive in sanitation will prepare you for ServSafe Certification a much needed and well compensated requirement in the food service industry You will also earn credits toward your certificate through business internships where you will apply your new skills and knowledge in real world settings Upon completion of this program you will be fully prepared for immediate entry into the field of culinary arts with positions such as cook line cook assistant baker pastry baker and bread baker Crosswalk Click below to view the crosswalk transition of program courses from an old program to a current program 2010 2011 Culinary Arts Certificate Curriculum 1st Year First Semester 7 Credits Code Title Credits CULA 100 Intro to Culinary Arts Baking I 6 00 This course provides an introduction to working in a commercial foods kitchen including safety principles operation care and cleaning of tools and equipment basic food handling and receiving and storage techniques Baking and basic food preparation principles are covered with an emphasis on measurement and culinary calculations following recipes ingredient characteristics and integration Customer service techniques are introduced 5 2 6 CULA 110 Sanitation Principles 1 00 This course examines sanitation principles and practices for the commercial foods kitchen Students will apply the principles learned here to all other laboratory or intern settings 1 0 1 Second Semester 9 Credits Code Title Credits CULA 115 Prin of Cooking Baking II 6 00 This course covers preparation of leading small and specialty sauces soups stocks pasta rice potatoe salads and vegetables Additional baking principles are covered Prerequisties CULA100 and CULA110 5 2 6 CULA 125 Nutrition and Menu Planning 3 00 This

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/culinaryartscertificate (2015-07-15)
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    and learn the academic form of the essay and research paper Students will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 14 Credits Code Title Credits DANC 150 Modern Dance II 2 00 Modern Dance II builds upon the foundation for basic fundamental exercises techniques and movement phrases established in Modern Dance I Dancers practice concepts of proper alignment perform a series of exercises that condition the body for strength flexibility endurance and coordination and develop a physical and kinesthetic awareness of the elements of space time and energy Prerequisite DANC110 or Permission of the Instructor 0 4 2 DANC 155 Ballet II 2 00 Ballet II is for the student who has completed Balled I and demonstrates a solid technical foundation in ballet technique Emphasis is on developing and mastering the student s ability to execute ballet technique and terminology The student will maintain performance in ballet technique both at the barre and center with increasing difficulty as well as utilizing new movements Prerequisite DANC115 or Permssion of the Instructor 0 4 2 DANC 160 Improvisation 2 00 Dance Improvisation explores movement through spontaneous problem solving Movement studies explore improvisational approaches devices elements and exercises to gain skills in the art of improvisation with explorations further developed into more specific concepts and themes into solo and group performances Improvisation is designed to evoke the student s creative individuality and sense of ensemble Prerequisite Program Admission and Approval of Instructor 0 4 2 DANC 165 Jazz I 2 00 Jazz is designed for students who plan to focus on complex movement combinations and sequences that stress proper alignment technique expressiveness perception of style spatial awareness and musicality Prerequisite Program Admission and Approval of Instructor 0 4 2 HPER 245 Holistic Approaches to Health 3 00 This course introduces students to the anatomy and physiology of the body systems especially the muscular skeletal and joint systems Altermative medicine approaches such as acupuncture aromatherapy ayurveda hatha yoga nutrition herbal medicine vegan diets meditation music therapy and massage are also discussed in this course LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 16 17 Credits Code Title Credits DANC 200 Modern Dance III 2 00 Modern Dance III builds upon the exercises techniques and movement phrases established in Modern Dance II at an intermediate level Dancers practice concepts of proper alignment perform a series of exercises that condition the body for strength flexibility endurance and coordination and develop a physical and kinesthetic

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    BUSC 120 Social Media 3 00 Human social behavior is evolving from face to face to cyberspace via social communities and networks This course will provide answers to the questions pertaining to how media technology and sociality have affected business and visual communications marketing and advertising Students will explore the use of various social media web forums blogs wikis chat instant messaging virtual worlds twitter flikr YouTube and more as methods to engage and connect with the consumer Individuals will develop personal multimedia learning journals and small groups will use social media to produce and present final projects 3 0 3 BUSM 108 Entrepreneurship 3 00 This course explores the challenges and problems of small business operations including business plans and funding forms and records financial problems ordering and inventory layout of equipment and offices methods of improving business and employer employee relations 3 0 3 COMM 201 Public Speaking 3 00 The emphasis is on speech preparation and delivery in a variety of speaking experiences designed to improve the speaker s capability through the application of correct speech practices 3 0 3 OR COMM 110 Interpersonal Communication 3 00 Provides an introduction to the communication process that occurs between people Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to develop maintain and evaluate dyadic relationships through language perception self disclosure listening verbal and nonverbal communication Emphasis will be placed on building effective and ethical interpersonal relations in an intercultural context utilizing various media 3 0 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 OR WRIT 103 Writing For Business Tech 3 00 Designed to train the student in effective writing this course aims to increase the student s ability to write with unity coherence and logic It provides additional study and practice in writing letters proposals manuals and reports of a business or technical nature as well as in professional and contemporary research methods Prerequisite WRIT101 3 0 3 Third Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits CIST 106 Software Productivity Tools 3 00 This course provides students with advanced topics in software productivity tools using the Microsoft Office 2010 suite of products Through a series of projects students will learn how to develop business oriented integrated applications by applying techniques learned using advance features of Word PowerPoint Excel and Access Pre Requisite CIST100 3 0 3 OR ACCT 200 Quickbooks EVENING 3 00 Quickbooks is used to model automated accounting systems and demonstrate their use in maintaining accounting information and improving decision making from both the business owner and accountant s perspective The software will be used to create an appropriate chart of accounts record all transcactions including payroll for a complete business cycle and customize standard reports for various types of enterprises The

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