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COT 2003 - Foundations of Computer Science
4.000 Credits
Prerequisites: MAC 1105 CR C or COP 1220C CR C or COP 2800 CR C
This is an introduction to composite and abstract data structures, searching and sorting algorithms, recursion,
vcomputer architecture, and Boolean algebra. Emphasis is placed on the analysis of problem solving using examples
written in pseudo-C. This is an excellent preparation for upper-level course work in computer science.
CRW 1001 - CreativeWriting I
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: ENC 1101 CR C or ( A03 018 and A01 017 ) or ( CPTR 083 and CPTL 083 ) or S01 440 or FCTR 355 or ( PRTR
104 and PRTL 099 )
This course is designed to develop students’ literary voices through the study and application of techniques of writing
fiction, poetry, drama and the essay. Through supportive in class critiques and occasional discussion of professional models,
the student learns the craft of writing. This course includes a 6,000 word writing requirement.
CRW 1300 - Beginning PoetryWriting
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: ENC 1101 CR C or ( A03 018 and A01 017 ) or ( CPTR 083 and CPTL 083 ) or S01 440 or FCTR 355 or ( PRTR
104 and PRTL 099 )
This course focuses on shorter poetry writing in a workshop format. Basic structural and formal elements of
conventional, free form and experimental poetry are introduced and interpreted through readings of and structured critical
response to the student’s own poetry. Occasionally, established poets’ work is introduced as example and model. Through
supportive in-class critique, the student learns the craft of revising poetry. The course includes a 6,000 word writing
requirement.
CRW 2100 - Beginning FictionWriting
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: ENC 1101 CR C or ( A03 018 and A01 017 ) or ( CPTR 083 and CPTL 083 ) or S01 440 or FCTR 355 or ( PRTR
104 and PRTL 099 )
This course focuses on short prose fiction writing in a workshop format. Basic structural and stylistic elements of
conventional and experimental short story forms are introduced and interpreted through classic readings and critical
exchange of the students’ own work. Established writers’ prose is occasionally introduced as model or example. Through
supportive in-class critical discussion, the student learns the practice of basic techniques of writing, rewriting and editing.
This course includes a 6,000 word writing requirement.
CTS 1155 - Microcomputer Help Desk I
4.000 Credits
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. This course is designed to teach students practical
PC help desk skills. Students learn to use appropriate troubleshooting, diagnostic, and problem resolution techniques
to resolve PC software and hardware problems. Real world situations are addressed through a combination of lecture,
demonstration, and an emphasis on practical, intensive laboratory activities.
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