Syllabi

A syllabus, or course outline, defines the goals of a course and describes classroom activities, readings and other assignments. Your instructor may have an addendum to his or her syllabus with his or her own personal course policies.

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A


ACCT - Accounting
ACNT - Office Professional Accounting
 
AGRI - Agriculture
 
ARTS - Arts

B


 

BCIS - Business Computer Information Systems
BIOL - Biology
BMGT - Business Management
BUSI - Business

C


CBFM - Condition Based Facility Management
CDEC - Child Development Early Childhood
CHEM - Chemistry
COLS - College Success
COMM - Communications
COSC - Micro Applications and Programming
CRIJ - Criminal Justice
CSME - Cosmetology

D


DFTG - Drafting

DRAM - Drama

E


ECON - Economics
EDUC - Education
ELMT - Industrial Tech and Computer Apps
ELPT - Electrical
EMSP - Emergency Medical Tech
ENER - Energy
ENGL - English

G


GEOG - Geography
GEOL - Geology
GISC - Geographic Information Systems
GOVT - Government

H


HART - Refrigeration
  •  HART 1307 - Refrigeration Principles
  •  HART 2336 - Air Conditioning Troubleshooting
  •  HART 2342 - Commercial Refrigeration
HEMR - Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Repair
 
HIST - History
HITT - Health Information Technology
HPRS - Pathophysiology
HUMA - Humanities

I


IMED - Multimedia
INMT - Industrial Petroleum
ITNW - Industrial / Petroleum
ITSC - PC Operating Systems
ITSW - Information Technology Software

M

 

MATH - Math
MDCA - Medical Assisting Program
MLAB - Clinical / Medical Laboratory Technician

MRKG - Marketing
MUAP - Applied Music
MUEN - Music Ensemble

MUSI - Music

N


NCBM - Non-Course Based Math

 NCBR - Non-Course Based Reading

NCBW - Non-Course Based Writing
NURA - Nurse Aid

O


OSHT - Safety and Health
OTHA - Occupational Therapy Assistant

P


PHED - Physical Education
PHYS - Physics
PLAB - Phlebotomy
POFI - Office Professional
POFT - General Business
PSYC - Psychology

 

PSYT - Industrial Communication
  •  PSYT1329 - Interviewing and Communication Skills
PTRT - Industrial / Petroleum

R


READ - Reading
RNSG - Registered Nursing

S


SGNL - Sign Language
  •  SGNL1301 - Beginning American Sign Language 1
SOCI - Sociology
SPAN - Spanish
SPCH - Speech

 

SPNL - Health Care Spanish

T


TECA - Early Childhood Education

 


  V


VNSG - Vocational Nursing

W


WELD - Welding
WRIT - Writing