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    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 THEA 111 Makeup I 1 00 Makeup I is the first of two levels of makeup offered Students will learn makeup design and application as well as various specialty makeup techniques THEA 121 Acting I 3 00 Acting I is the first level of acting offered It introduces Stanislavski s Method of Physical Action through improvisation and the study and performance of Shakespearean monologues and scenes 3 0 3 THEA 211 Play Reading I 3 00 This course will give students the tools they need to effectively analyze scripts Play mechanics and techniques for analysis will be covered Students will read the following scripts during the course Hamlet Tartuffe and Fences 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 Second Semester 16 17 credits Code Title Credits THEA 122 Acting II 3 00 Acting II is the second level of acting offered It continues the study of Stanislavski s Method of Physical Action through the study and performance of contemporary monologues and scenes Pre requisite THEA121 3 0 3 THEA 212 Play Reading II 3 00 This course will give students additional opportunities to apply the script analysis skills learned in Play Reading I Students will read the following scripts during the course The Cherry Orchard Pygmalion The Children s Hour The Crucible Our Town Blithe Spirit and Crimes of the Heart Pre requisite THEA211 3 0 3 THEA 112 Makeup II 1 00 Makeup II builds on the foundation of Makeup I Students will learn about additional specialty makeup techniques as well as wig design and careers in makeup Dance Elective 2 credits Category Three Elective math 3 4 credits Category Three Electives include MATH130 MATH135 MATH155 and MATH160 Category Four Elective 4 credits Category Four Electives include BIOL101 BIOL102 BIOL201 BIOL202 CHEM101 and CHEM102 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits 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 THEA 105 Costume and Lighting 3 00 Students will learn the design processes common to Lighting Design and Costume Design including script analysis Computer Aided Design CAD collaboration and communication As well as the processes specific

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    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 Teacher s Certification in Yoga Credits Required 15 Teacher s Certification in Yoga is a program based upon the standard 200 hour training in yoga for yoga teaching certification Students will be trained in the physical asanas and vinyasas of yoga the philosophical and historical aspects terminology and language the nutritional and ayurvedic health philosophy anatomy holistic health the founders of yoga the various types and elements of yoga including ashtanga and hatha and teaching techniques Your training will include physical philosophical and pedagogical involvement Curriculum FIRST YEAR First Semester 3 Credits Code Title Credits HPER 130 Yoga I 3 00 This course introduces the student to Hatha Yoga The course involves physical exercise meditation and the study of yoga history and principles 3 0 3 Second Semester 3 Credits Code Title Credits HPER 140 Yoga II 3 00 Yoga II is designed for the student who has successfully completed Yoga I It is a combination of Hatha Yoga Principles and Ashtanga Yoga Principles The student will study advanced yoga theory including drishtis bandhas mudras meditation and vinyasas The exercise and theory is based upon Sri Pattabhi Jois principles This is an arduous course based on a student s deeper commitment to yoga Prerequisite HPER130 3 0 3 SECOND YEAR Third Semester 3 Credits Code Title Credits HPER 230 Yoga III 3 00 Yoga III is for the student who successfully passed Yoga I and II It is a continuation of the physical experience of yoga the beginning of accomplishing lesson plans and teaching and

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    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 AVIP 121 Aviation Meteorology 3 00 This course places special emphasis on interpretation of meteorology phenomena affecting aircraft basic concepts of aviation meteorology temperature pressure moisture stability clouds air masses fronts thunderstorms icing and fog The course covers analysis and use of weather data for flight planning and safe flying interpretation of weather maps reports and forecasts 3 0 3 Prerequisite AVIP110 123 Corequisite AVIP136 AVIP 136 Theory of Instrument Flight 4 00 This course includes basic radio fundamentals as used by instrument pilot and the air traffic controller A description and practical use of various radio aids to safe aerial navigation including VOR ILS ADF GPS and others are taught Instrument charts and instrument approach charts are adapted to radio navigation and the application of the Aeronautical Information Manual is studied Upon successful completion of this course as defined by a grade of 80 or better the student will receive an endorsement to take the FAA knowledge exam in the department for an additional fee 4 0 4 Pre Requisite Successful completion of AVIP110 AVIP123 AVIP 232 Instrument Flight 2 00 The necessary actual flight instruction from an FAA approved fixed based operator to qualify for the FAA Instrument Pilot Rating is performed and includes 40 hours of instrument flight and 10 hours of oral instruction and briefing Successful completion will be passage of the FAA required flight test for an instrument pilot rating Prerequisite AVIP106 Co Requisites AVIP121 and AVIP136 0 4 2 AVIP 240 Intro to External Internal Pilot 3 00 This course is designed for the certification of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle External and Internal Pilots and includes the essential topics of safety liability considerations operational risk management GPS and navigational topics preflight operations manual and automatic flight and emergency procedures and equipment malfunctions Each of these topics include first hand investigation via extensive equipment use research and inquiry Pre Requisites Flight Lab all required first and second semester AVIP courseware 3 0 3 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 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits AVIP 125 Advanced Aeronautical Knowledge 3 00 This course covers FAA regulations on safe flight weight and balance problems and use of the Aeronautical Information Manual Medical facts and accident reports are studied Fundamentals essential to safe flight will be studied including instruments used for aviation safety and the evaluation and interpretation of their indications This course is offered in the Fall semester only 3 0 3 Prerequisite AVIP110 123 or equivalent 50

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/UAV (2015-07-15)
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    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 Second Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits EDUC 125 Instructional Technology 3 00 This course prepares all students whose careers will regularly require them to integrate technology into presentations although it is particularly directed at teacher education majors Students will be introduced to various technology based media the preparation and equipment needed to use the media and the proper occasions for its use Students will learn to integrate projection digitized and network and web based technologies into their presentations 3 0 3 EDUC 201 PAPA Preparation 1 00 This course is designed to assist students in meeting requirements for admission into Education programs It provides students in preparing for the Praxis I exam with drills strategies and explanations 1 0 1 MATH 135 Statistics 4 00 This course is an introduction to a field whose ideas and concepts pervade modern society and whose importance in business technology science and research in general is considerable and ever growing The course consists of three parts namely descriptive statistics probability and inferential statistics Prerequisite Based on in house diagnostic testing and high school records For information contact the Office of Counseling 3 0 3 PSYC 106 Human Growth and Development 3 00 This course is a survey of human development from conception to senescence Attention will be given to the physical motor emotional personality and social growth of the individual in infancy childhood adolescence adulthood and senescence 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 History Elective 3 00 Description not found Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 17 Credits Code Title Credits EDUC 205 Field Experience I 1 00 Students will spend a minimum of 30 hours in a secondary or elementary school setting in fulfillment of observations required by the Department of Education 3 0 3 EDUC 220 Teaching English Language Learners 3 00 Course Catalog Description As the number of English Language Learners ELLs continues to grow in our public schools there is an increased need for highly qualified teachers to instruct them This course will be an introduction into the varied theories and practicies of teaching English Language Learners This course will look at some prominent research in the field of second language acquisition and apply it to strategies and best practices used in Pennsylvania as well as other parts of the country

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/Upper-Elementary (2015-07-15)
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    that he she will experience in both personal and career scenarios It will also provide a firm foundation of team oriented knowledge experience in developing group problem solving skills and a resource for future use 3 0 3 VISC 122 Web Design 3 00 In this course students will learn how to use digital tools for designing web pages Emphasis will be on how to design effective websites for a specific user in mind Usability guidelines tips and examples of effective and ineffective web sites will be discussed Students will create a web site in class using Photoshop and Dreamweaver Prerequisite VISC115 or FINE115 2 2 3 VISC 200 Kinetic Aesthetics 3 00 The word kinetic aesthetics in the context is intended to refer to the impact that moving images and the juxtaposition of those images have on an audience Students will follow the history of cinematic presentation theories and the way these theories have influenced film video production and post production The presentation of each theory is accompanied by film samples that typify these stylistic forms and course requirements include final presentation projects that require students to mimic the eclectic form of an aesthetic review This final project will permit the student to exhibit personal stylistic preferences in digital media presentation 2 2 3 VISC 125 Photography Film and Light 3 00 Students are introduced to the principles and processes of still photography with emphasis on the technical and aesthetic aspects of lighting Coursework includes 35mm camera handling exposure control image composition B W films processing and printing and using existing and supplemental lighting techniques Students are required to have access to a good quality 35mm camera details available through the department and to purchase their own film and dark room supplies 2 2 3 OR VISC 220 Digital Photography 3 00 This course will introduce students to digital photography and photographic image manipulation through the use of digital camera and computer technology Students will build skills and techniques in digital photography and image processing for digital printing the web and interactive digital media Emphasis is placed on acquiring digital photographic skills based on proficient and appropriate use of their camera software and imaging editing tools Image formatting possibilities are investigated along with aesthetic functional aspects of traditional photography techniques 2 2 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/digitalmediadesign (2015-07-15)
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    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 Second Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits BUSC 220 Team Development 3 00 This course provides the student with the understanding and the skill necessary to communicate effectively in any group situation Specifically the course will prepare the student for intensive team and group interaction that he she will experience in both personal and career scenarios It will also provide a firm foundation of team oriented knowledge experience in developing group problem solving skills and a resource for future use 3 0 3 VISC 122 Web Design 3 00 In this course students will learn how to use digital tools for designing web pages Emphasis will be on how to design effective websites for a specific user in mind Usability guidelines tips and examples of effective and ineffective web sites will be discussed Students will create a web site in class using Photoshop and Dreamweaver Prerequisite VISC115 or FINE115 2 2 3 VISC 220 Digital Photography 3 00 This course will introduce students to digital photography and photographic image manipulation through the use of digital camera and computer technology Students will build skills and techniques in digital photography and image processing for digital printing the web and interactive digital media Emphasis is placed on acquiring digital photographic skills based on proficient and appropriate use of their camera software and imaging editing tools Image formatting possibilities are investigated along with aesthetic functional aspects of traditional photography techniques 2 2 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 Math or Science Elective 3 00 Description not found Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits CIST 170 Web Site Dev Using Dreamweaver 3 00 This course is designed as an introduction to Web page design creation and maintenance using Dreamweaver as the primary software application In addition to Dreamweaver current versions of HTML XHTML and CSS will be used in the Web development process Students will learn how to generate Web sites

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/WebDesigndegree (2015-07-15)
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    the C based language in a Visual Studio NET programming enviornment students will write programs that run in Console Web or Grathical User Interfaces Prerequsite CISW101 3 0 3 CISW 206 Web Data Connectivity ASP PHP day only 3 00 This course is intended for students who want to learn how to create Client Server applications with connectivity to databases Through various projects using ASP NET as well as LAMP Stack students will learn how to build rich Web applications by coding the client side and server side scripts in both Windows environment and Linux environment The course will emphasize on use of Web Data Controls and SQL in order to establish data binning and data communication between various components of a dynamic interactive database driven website Prerequisite CISW101 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 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 15 16 Credits Code Title Credits CISN 203 Linux Operating Systems 3 00 This course focuses on skills needed to deploy and manage Linux Fedora Red Hat Operating Systems Topics include Linux installation file systems administration troubleshooting and network management using command line statements and Graphical User Interfaces The use of open source operating systems are becoming dominant in the role of server operating systems and becoming a foundation for virtualization and cloud computing Course material may assist in preparation for the CompTIA Linux certification exam 3 0 3 OR 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 170 Web Site Dev Using Dreamweaver day only 3 00 This course is designed as an introduction to Web page design creation and maintenance using Dreamweaver as the primary software application In addition to Dreamweaver current versions of HTML XHTML and CSS will be used in the Web development process Students will learn how to generate Web sites incorporating a variety of techniques involved in Web page develpment including hyperlinks tables forms templates stylesheets layers image maps navigation structures AP Divs

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/webProgrammingdegree (2015-07-15)
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    addresses the ever evolving nature of visual communications within the new media environment Students will gain project and goal oriented skills in design creation layout and presentation involved with all the major new media formats including mobile broadcast and dynamic web site programming The interdisciplinary project based coursework focuses on the creation of a variety of interactive media tools that include gaming entertainment and other types of media Students interested in the Web Design certificate must have solid computer skills CIST100 Introduction to Information Technology can be taken Students must also have a strong design background an interest in web based technologies and have an aptitude for problem solving in an indvidual and collaborative group setting excellent aesthetic judgement and the ability to meet deadlines and project specifications Curriculum First Semester 12 Credits Code Title Credits CIST 170 Web Site Dev Using Dreamweaver 3 00 This course is designed as an introduction to Web page design creation and maintenance using Dreamweaver as the primary software application In addition to Dreamweaver current versions of HTML XHTML and CSS will be used in the Web development process Students will learn how to generate Web sites incorporating a variety of techniques involved in Web page develpment including hyperlinks tables forms templates stylesheets layers image maps navigation structures AP Divs and introductory animation File management concepts and connectivity issues will be emphasized 3 0 3 CISW 101 Web Scripting Languages day only 3 00 This course is designed to teach students the concepts and techniques used in creating Web Applications using Web Scripting Languages The students will learn how to create interactive Client Server Web applications using HTML CSS JavaScript and PHP in Linux environment Topics include the role of scripting languages on the Web working with variables functions and events expressions and operations decision making repetitions dynamic HTML and animation built in functions in scripting languages and introduction to Client Server Web Application Development using LAMP Stack 3 0 3 FINE 210 Two Dimensional Design 3 00 Utilizing studio practice and lecture this course examines the visual elements and compositional principles necessary to the artist Principles of two dimensional design and a knowledge of historically successful design models will then be applied to solve a variety of mixed media design problems VISC 115 Digital Imaging 3 00 Using Adobe Photoshop students will solve media problems by producing specific digital graphic solutions while observing the principles of good design In order to observe how form contributes to message the student will research how designers create the essential graphics gather design elements from various resources and generate designs that conform to and enhance message content The students will also consider design variables related to various destination media like monitors printers and other deliverables 2 2 3 Second Semester 12 Credits Code Title Credits CISW 205 Programming in C day only 3 00 This course introduces the student to computer programming using the C based language in a Visual Studio NET programming enviornment students will write

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/WebDesigncertificate (2015-07-15)
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