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ENT 1000
Entrepreneurship
This course provides business and non-
business majors with the skills necessary
to succeed as an entrepreneur. The
fundamentals of starting and operating
a business, developing a business
plan, obtaining financing, marketing
a product or service and developing
an effective accounting system will be
covered.
Communications and
Speech
SPC 1608
Intro to Speech Comm
This course is designed to assist
the student in understanding and
implementing oral communication
skills. Learning is centered in student
participation in a variety of speaking-
listening situations designed to increase
the understanding of the interpersonal
nature of all speech communication.
This Gordon Rule class has a 6,000 word
writing requirement.
Computer Science
CGS 1000C
Intro to Computer Science
The primary topics covered in this
course include computer input and
output devices, the processor, auxiliary
storage, file structures, and data base,
data communications, operating
systems, programming languages,
computer history, and professions in
the computer industry. Students will
be introduced to word processing, data
base, and spreadsheet. The student will
also learn computer programming with
the BASIC language.
CGS 1100
Intro to Computer Applications
This course is an introduction to
computers and their applications.
Students will learn to identify the
basic components and devices that
comprise a computer system; to use
the Internet as a source of information
and a means for communications;
and to use application software
packages (including word processing,
spreadsheet, database management,
and presentation graphics programs).
COP 2805
Advanced Java Programming
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree.
Advanced Java programming concepts.
Includes applets, interfaces, packages,
properties, exception handling, native
methods, multimedia mechanisms,
multithreading, and networking
capabilities. Continuation of Java’s
object-oriented features with major
emphasis on class implementation.
Advanced GUI Design using Java’s AWT
Package with major emphasis on event
handling.
Criminal Justice
CCJ
2107
Crime and Public Policy
This course presents an analysis of
various policy initiatives designed to
reduce the level of crime, in so applying
the elements of criminological theory
and research methods to critically
evaluate the effectiveness of policies.
Diving Business and
Technology
EMS 1344
Aquatic 1st Aid/CPR/O2
This course does not ordinarily count in
the Associate in Arts degree. Instructs
individuals in recognition of signs and
symptoms for accidents and injuries
in the aquatic/workplace environment
and how to apply appropriate first
aid practices, implementation of CPR,
and the application of oxygen in the
management of accidents and injuries.
EMS 2081C
Scuba Rescue & Emer Medicine
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. Qualify
certified scuba divers and/or waterfront,
boating, and public safety personnel to
effectively perform aquatic rescues of
distressed scuba divers and to provide
emergency medical management
and other support in a field setting.
Requirements for enrollment are: 1)
nationally recognized certification as an
advanced scuba diver and 2) nationally
recognized current certification in 1st
Aid, CPR, and Oxygen Provider OR
current enrollment in EMS 1344, Aquatic
First Aid/CPR/O2. These requirements
will be verified by the instructor at the
first class.
PEN 1136C
Scuba Diving
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This
is an extensive course for training
persons in open water recreational
diving. Students will be expected to
supply their own snorkeling equipment.
Satisfactory completion of this course
leads to internationally recognized scuba
certification. Students must demonstrate
satisfactory swimming ability, physical
stamina and emotional stability to
instructor at the first lab. Medical
certificate may be required.
PEN 2137C
Advanced Diving Theory and
Practice
This course is not ordinarily counted in
the Associate in Arts degree. The course
provides the basic diver with additional
training in physics, physiology, dive
tables use, salvage calculations, dive
planning, and the enhancement of
skills to attain an advanced certification.
Nationally recognized certification as an
openwater scuba diver is a requirement
for enrollment in this course and will be
verified by the instructor at the first class.
PEQ 1137C
Divemaster
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This
course provides the required training
and experience to serve in a supervisory
capacity in open water diving activities
and to act as an underwater guide
or instructional assistant. Successful
student will be qualified to apply
for divemaster membership in
theProfessional Association of Dive
Instructors (PADI). Nationally recognized
certification as a rescue diver, as well as
current certification in first aid/CPR and
at least 40 logged dives are requirements
for enrollment in this course and will
be verified by the instructor at the first
class. Students will be required to obtain
a diving medical exam prior to starting
water activities. Certification as an
oxygen provider will be required by the
end of the course.
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