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CJK 0422 - Dart-Firing Stun Gun
.270 CEUs
Prerequisites: INST 0
This course is an introduction to the dart-firing stun gun and the statutory guidelines governing the minimum criteria
for use of a dart-firing stun gun.
CJK 0480 - Emergency Preparations
.870 CEUs
Prerequisites: INST 0
The course examines the types of emergency situations which can be anticipated in the correctional facility setting and
procedures, methods, and techniques used to prevent or respond to these situations.
CJL 2100 - Criminal Law
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites:
The course will be concerned with the sources and elements of criminal law, to include an historical background
and the foundation of American criminal law, including the United States Constitutional requirements, federal and state
jurisdictions, and rules of evidence and procedure. Emphasis will be placed on criminal law related to law enforcement with
particular attention to rights given to officers and defendants in the course of the criminal justice process.
CNT 1000 - Introduction to Local Area Computer Networking
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CGS 1000C CR C
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. This course will introduce the student to computer
networking concepts. Major topics include a history of local area networks; a study of the terminology, components,
acronyms, protocols, standards, and design factors of a local area network; and a basic consideration of network
management and security.
CNT 1001 - Data Communications
1.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CGS 1000C CR C
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. The course will examine telecommunication and
networking hardware and software terminology as well as applications for such activities. Topics to be discussed include
modems, communication software, BBS, and local area networks. 45 minutes lecture, 45 minutes laboratory.
COP 1000 - Fundamentals of Programming
3.000 Credits
Corequisites: MAC1105
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. The course stresses proper programming
methodology, problem solving, structured programming techniques, code implementation, debugging, and testing.
Essential aspects of programming are covered, including the construction and manipulation of applications, controls, forms,
code (including decisions, looping, and file access), and formatting. Basic Internet programming techniques will also be
covered. You will gain extensive hands-on programming experience using an appropriate computer language.
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