Courses are arranged in alphabetical order by subject area. The course title lines include a department designation, followed by the course number, course title, and the number of semester hours of credit (e.g., ART 100 – Art Appreciation, 3 hours). A parenthetical numerical code is also included on the title line that gives the typical contact hours per week of lecture, laboratory, and clinicals in that order, e.g., (1-4-0). For example AUM101 Fundamentals of Automotive Technology, meets a total of five hours each week and includes one hour of lecture, four hours of laboratory, and no hours of clinical.
Courses with “CODE A,”“CODE B,” or “CODE C” have been designated as the following:
CODE A: AGSC approved transfer courses in Area I-IV that are common to all institutions. CODE B: Area V courses that are deemed appropriate to the degree and pre-major requirements of individual students. CODE C: Potential Area V transfer courses that are subject to approval by respective receiving institutions.
Career technical courses, including courses in nursing and allied health programs, are not potential transfer courses and therefore do not include these designated codes.
COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM A student as a freshman will ordinarily enroll in courses numbered 100 through 199 since these are beginning-level courses. Courses numbered 200 through 299 are considered to be sophomore-level courses and may have other courses that must be taken as prerequisites. Courses numbered below 100 are developmental courses or courses considered to be below college level.
THE COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE THE LISTED SCHEDULE OF OFFERINGS DURING ANY TERM.
The Art Department offers the student a variety of basic foundation courses in drawing, design and painting. Emphasis is given to the fundamental language of art, the development of technical skills and the experimentation with materials and creative processes. Art courses may be taken by students enrolled in the College, provided they begin with basic drawing and design. The Art Department reserves the right to retain, exhibit, and reproduce any work submitted by students for credit in any art course. (3-0-0) This course is an introduction to the appreciation of art through an examination of the themes and purposes of art, the exploration of visual arts media and methods, and culturally significant works of art from the past and present. The course informs students about the ART 100 Art Appreciation, 3 hours
2022-23 College Catalog and Student Handbook
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