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ENGL-208
ENGL-208 Technical Writing  3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours of lecture and 2 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in ENGL-112. Course is graded A-F.  Technical Writing strengthens the student's composition skills in technical communications employed in information technology, engineering, industry and health and social sciences.  The student will examine the various contexts for employing technical communications, the available and appropriate means of conveying technical information, and the needs and goals of various audiences in reading and employing technical communications.  The course emphasizes both concise and effective technical writing strategies and the ability to present this information clearly using oral communication.  The course also stresses the value of collaborative projects in the workplace.  The student will employ a variety of technological resources, including websites, research databases, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Publisher to analyze and create documents and presentations both individually and collaboratively.  ENGL-208 replaces ENGL-206 Technical Writing in the Semester system.  Both ENGL-208 and ENGL-206 replace COM-1525 Technical Writing in the Quarter system.  Both ENGL-208 and ENGL-206 meet the Ohio Transfer Assurance Guide standards for OBU005.
ENGL - English/CompositionNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
C grade (2.00) or better in (ENGL-112 or ENGL-110)
  
ENGL-216
ENGL-216- Writing About Literature  3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in ENGL-112.  Course is graded A-F.  This course concentrates on further development of the student's college-level writing skills, including the writing process and MLA format, while providing fundamental exposure to the following genres: nonfiction, historical fiction, poetry and drama. Through analysis and interpretation of literary themes, close readings, discussions, critical essays, and expository and argumentative papers, the student will apply various critical approaches to reading and responding to literature, including reader-response, biographical, historical, psychological, and cultural. The student will engage in these individual and collaborative experiences to enhance self-understanding and deepen perspectives about the world as portrayed through the written word.  ENGL-216 Writing About Literature replaces ENGL-215 Writing About Literature in the Semester system.  Both ENGL-216 and ENGL-215 replace COM-1553 Writing About Literature in the Quarter System. ENGL-216 meets the Ohio Transfer Module standards for course TME-002.
ENGL - English/CompositionNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
C GRADE (2.00) OR BETTER IN (ENGL-112 or ENGL-110)
  
RAD-101
RAD-101 Imaging Procedures I  3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Admission to the Radiologic Science Technology program, C grade or better (2.00) MATH-140 and a C grade (2.00) or better in HLT-110 or concurrent enrollment in HLT-110.  Course is graded A-F.  The student will be introduced to the basic radiographic positioning principles and terminology. This course also covers radiographic imaging of the chest, abdomen and upper and lower extremities. Emphasis is on the anatomy, routine positioning and common pathologies demonstrated.  RAD-101 replaces MEDIMG-101 Imaging Procedures I in the Semester system.  Both RAD-101 and MEDIMG-101 replace RAD-4103 RAD Anatomy and Positioning I and RAD-4102 RAD Anatomy and Procedures II in the Quarter system.
RAD - Radiologic ScienceNewark Campus
Admission to the Radiologic Science Technology program, C grade (2.00) or better in MATH-140
  
RAD-130
RAD-130 Radiation Physics I  1.50 credit hours, 1.50 contact hours (1.50 hours lecture and 0 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Enrollment in the Radiologic Science Technology program.  Course is graded A-F.  This course discusses the principles of physics as they relate to radiation.  Topics to be covered include electromagnetic and particulate radiation, electrodynamics and electrostatics.  RAD-130 replaces MEDIMG-130 Radiation Physics in the Semester system.  Both RAD-130 and MEDIMG-130 replace RAD-4157 Radiation Physics I and RAD-4158 Radiation Physics II in the Quarter system.
RAD - Radiologic ScienceNewark Campus
  
NURS-215
NURS-215 Family Centered Care  3 credit hours, 5 contact hours (2 hours lecture, 0 hours lab and 3 hours clinical).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in NURS-116 and nurs-211.  Concurrent enrollment in NURS-213 or NURS-214. Course is graded A-F.  In this course, the student will utilize the nursing process to provide patient-centered care for individuals and families experiencing reproductive health care needs, during the childbearing event, and newborns with common health alterations.  The student will synthesize and integrate nursing knowledge, skill and attitudes to provide evidence-based, safe, effective quality care to facilitate physiologic ad psychosocial integrity. The student will have the opportunity to promote health and wellness of the maternal/child population and those with reproductive health needs. The student will have the opportunity to develop clinical judgment in the clinical setting when caring for these groups of patients.  NURS-215 replaces NURS-212 Family Centered Care II.  NURS-215, NURS-212 Family Centered Care II and NURS-211 Family Centered Care I replace NURS-202 Family Centered Care in the Semester system.  There was no Quarter system equivalent for NURS-215, NURS-212, NURS-211 or NURS-202.  NURS-215, NURS-212, NURS-211 and NURS-202 meet the Career Technical Credit Transfer (C-TAG) standards for course CTADNUR002.
NURS - NursingNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
C grade (2.00) or better in NURS-116 and NURS-211.  Concurrent enrollment in NURS-213
  
LET-107
LET-107 Basic Handgun  2 credit hours, 4 contact hours (1 hour lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Successful passing of state background check prior to commencement of course.  Course is graded A-F.  The student will learn the fundamentals of weapon craft with both semi-auto and revolver handguns.  Students will focus upon defensive hand gunning for public safety professionals and Ohio CCW License carriers.  LET-107 is a new course in the Semester system.
LET - LawEnforce/CJT/BPANewark Campus; Pataskala Campus
  
LET-245
LET-245 Administration  1.50 credit hours, 2.50 contact hours (0.50 hours lecture and 2 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Admittance into the COTC Police Academy Program.  Course is graded A-F.  The students will learn the basics regarding the role of the American Peace Officer, the structure of the CJ system and methods of dealing with the citizens they serve, both ethically and professionally.  This course defines Community Policing and establishes guidelines for developing community policing programs.  LET-245 replaces LET-269 Administration in the Semester system.  Both LET-245 and LET-269 replace LET-250 Administration in the Semester system.  LET-245,  LET-269 and LET-250 replace LET-5010 BPA - Administration in the Quarter system.
LET - LawEnforce/CJT/BPANewark Campus; Pataskala Campus
  
LET-246
LET-246 Criminal Law  3.50 credit hours, 6.50 contact hours (2.00 hours lecture and 4.50 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Admittance into the COTC Police Academy Program.  Course graded A-F.  The student will develop an understanding of the Ohio Revised Code.  The criminal code will be studied as it relates to criminal justice substantive and procedural law.  The student will apply appropriate statutes to violations through scenarios created by the faculty.  The student will learn when they may arrest with or without a warrant, search with or without a warrant, apply knowledge of the law when conducting an interrogation, understand liability issues with the use of force, and demonstrate how to testify in court.  LET-246 replaces LET-295 Criminal Law in the Semester system.  Both LET-246 and LET-295 replace LET-278 Criminal Law in the Semester system.  Both LET-295 and LET-278 replace LET-251 in the Semester system. LET-295, LET-278 and LET-251 Criminal Law replace LET-5011 BPA-Criminal Law I and LET-5012 BPA-Criminal Law II in the Quarter system.
LET - LawEnforce/CJT/BPANewark Campus; Pataskala Campus
  
LET-247
LET-247 Human Relations  2 credit hours, 4 contact hours (1 hour lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Admittance into the COTC Police Academy Program.  Course is graded A-F.  The student will learn the techniques in responding to situations regarding people with specific problems.  This area of study also includes communications with the public and media, handling of special needs populations, domestic violence, crisis intervention, and child abuse and neglect.  LET-247 replaces LET-274 Human Relations in the Semester system.   Both LET-247 and LET-274 replace LET-277 Human Relations in the Semester system. LET-247, LET-274 and LET-277 replace LET-252 Human Relations I in the Semester system.   LET-246, LET-274, LET-277 and LET-252 all replace LET-5013 BPA-Human Relations in the Quarter system.
LET - LawEnforce/CJT/BPANewark Campus; Pataskala Campus
  
BUS-106
BUS-106 Introduction to Business  3 credit hours, 3 contact hours (3 hours lecture and 0 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  None.  Course is graded A-F.  This course introduces business principles, terminology, and concepts.  Upon completion of the course, the student will have a better understanding of the various elements of the business environment including, but not limited to forms of ownership, business ethics, global business, marketing, management, economics, accounting, finance, production, and technology.  BUS-106 replaces BUS-105 Introduction to Business in the Semester system.  Both BUS-106 and BUS-105 replace BMT-2014 Principles of Business in the Quarter system.
BUS - Business ManagementNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
  
BUS-156
BUS-156 Spreadsheet Applications  3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab). Prerequisite:  None.  Basic computer and keyboarding skills are strongly recommended.  Course is graded A-F.  This course provides the student the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to create and use spreadsheets efficiently in a business environment. It is designed to take the student step-by-step through the features of Microsoft Excel, from basic through advanced. Numerous practical in-depth spreadsheets will be completed throughout the course including creating, editing and formatting spreadsheets and workbooks as well as the creation and application of basic and advanced formulas and functions. The course will also explore advanced spreadsheet development techniques, chart and graph development and enhancement, working with templates and workbooks and team collaboration and file sharing.  BUS-156 replaces BUS-155 Spreadsheet Applications in the Semester system.  Both BUS-156 and BUS-155 replace BMS-2037 Spreadsheet Application I and BMS-2038 Spreadsheet Applications II in the Quarter system.
BUS - Business ManagementNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
  
BUS-296
BUS-296 Business Field Experience I  1.50 credit hours, 7.00 contact hours (1 hour lecture, 0 hours lab and 6 hours field experience per week).  Prerequisite:  BUS-106; BUS-110; BUS-115; BUS-125; BUS-135.  Course is graded A-F.  The Business Management Technology program field experience requirement mandates that a student complete 12 total contact hours per week in a field experience setting.  BUS-296 has 6 hours per week field experience for one semester and can be taken once along with BUS-297 to complete the entire field experience requirement or a student could elect to take BUS-298 in one semester to complete the field experience requirement instead.  This course assesses the concepts and ideals learned in an actual management field.  Activities and responsibilities will measure self-directed applications of learning. Upon completion of the course, the student will have an evaluation of and validity to the knowledge, skills and abilities within the workforce. This appraisal will assist in both the student's personal and professional life.  BUS-296 replaces BUS-290 Field Experience I in the Semester system.  Both BUS-296 and BUS-290 replace BUS-293 Business Internship/ Service Learning in the Semester system; BUS-296, BUS-290 and BUS-293 replace BMT-2994 Internship/Service Learning I in the Quarter system.
BUS - Business ManagementNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
BUS-106; BUS-110; BUS-115; BUS-125; BUS-135.  The Business Management Technology program field experience requirement mandates that a student complete 12 total contact hours per week in a field experience setting.  BUS-296 has 6 hours per week field experience for one semester and can be taken once along with BUS-297 to complete the entire field experience requirement or a student could elect to take BUS-298 in one semester to complete the field experience requirement instead.
  
BUS-297
BUS-297- Business Field Experience II  1.50 credit hours, 7.00 contact hours (1 hour lecture, 0 hours lab and 6 hours field experience per week).  Prerequisite:  BUS-106; BUS-110; BUS-115; BUS-125; BUS-135.  Course is graded A-F.  The Business Management Technology program field experience requirement mandates that a student complete 12 total contact hours per week in a field experience setting.  BUS-297 has 6 hours per week field experience for one semester and can be taken once along with BUS-296 to complete the entire field experience requirement or a student could elect to take BUS-298 in one semester to complete the field experience requirement instead.  This course assesses the concepts and ideals learned in an actual management field.  Activities and responsibilities will measure self-directed applications of learning. Upon completion of the course, the student will have an evaluation of and validity to the knowledge, skills and abilities within the workforce. This appraisal will assist in both the student's personal and professional life.  BUS-297 replaces BUS-291 Field Experience II in the Semester system.  Both BUS-297 and BUS-291 replace BUS-294 Business Internship/ Service Learning in the Semester system; BUS-297, BUS-291 and BUS-294 replace BMT-2995 Internship/Service Learning II in the Quarter system.
BUS - Business ManagementNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
BUS-106; BUS-110; BUS-115; BUS-125; BUS-135.  The Business Management Technology program field experience requirement mandates that a student complete 12 total contact hours per week in a field experience setting.  BUS-297 has 6 hours per week field experience for one semester and can be taken once along with BUS-296 to complete the entire field experience requirement or a student could elect to take BUS-298 in one semester to complete the field experience requirement instead.
  
BUS-298
BUS-298- Business Field Experience I  2 credit hours, 13.00 contact hours (1 hour lecture, 0 hours lab and 12 hours field experience per week).  Prerequisite:  BUS-106; BUS-110; BUS-115; BUS-125; BUS-135.  Course is graded A-F.  The Business Management Technology program field experience requirement mandates that a student complete 12 total contact hours per week in a field experience setting.  BUS-298 taken in one semester fulfills the field experience requirement, or a student could take BUS-296 and BUS-297 over two semesters to complete the field experience requirement instead.  This course assesses the concepts and ideals learned in an actual management field.  Activities and responsibilities will measure self-directed applications of learning. Upon completion of the course, the student will have an evaluation of and validity to the knowledge, skills and abilities within the workforce. This appraisal will assist in both the student's personal and professional life.  BUS-298 replaces BUS-292 Field Experience III in the Semester system.  Both BUS-298 and BUS-292 replace BUS-295 Business Internship/ Service Learning in the Semester system; BUS-298, BUS-292 and BUS-295 replace BMT-2996 Internship/Service Learning III in the Quarter system.
BUS - Business ManagementNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
BUS-106; BUS-110; BUS-115; BUS-125; BUS-135.  The Business Management Technology program field experience requirement mandates that a student complete 12 total contact hours per week in a field experience setting.  BUS-298 taken in one semester fulfills the field experience requirement, or a student could take BUS-296 and BUS-297 over two semesters to complete the field experience requirement instead.
  
DMS-316
DMS-316 GYN Techniques Scan Lab  2 credit hours, 4 contact hours (1 hour lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Acceptance in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Technology Program or with the permission of the Program Director. Course is graded A-F.  This course will introduce gynecological sonography scanning techniques.  The student will learn imaging protocols for gynecological sonography including transabdominal pelvis, bladder, endometrium and ovaries.  Simulated transvaginal gynecological and 1st trimester exams will be performed on ultrasound simulators that provide realistic motion with haptic feedback that accurately replicates transvaginal imaging and provides real-life clinical situations.  The student will acquire complex, hard-to-learn gynecological ultrasound scanning skills in a college laboratory setting.  DMS-316 is a new course in the Semester system.
DMS-Diagnostic Med SonographyNewark Campus
  
DMS-317
DMS-317 Breast Techniques Scan Lab  2 credit hours, 4 contact hours (1 hour lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Acceptance in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Technology Program or with the permission of the Program Director. Course is graded A-F.  This course will introduce breast sonography scanning techniques.  The student will learn imaging protocols for breast sonography and ultrasound guided procedures.  The student will perform breast ultrasounds on mock patients and on ultrasound phantoms that replicate breast pathology encountered during real-life clinical situations.  The student will acquire complex, hard-to-learn breast ultrasound scanning skills in a college laboratory setting.  DMS-317 is a new course in the Semester system.
DMS-Diagnostic Med SonographyNewark Campus
  
CIT-130
CIT-130 Visual Basic I  3 credit hours, 5 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in CIT-100.  Course is graded A-F.  The student will design and write programs using Visual Basic programming features which include the ability to create and integrate text and graphics in an interactive environment. File handling will include the creation and maintenance of sequential and indexed files as well as the integration of databases. Object oriented programming concepts are introduced and structured programming techniques are emphasized with the student writing and executing a variety of programs for business and scientific applications.  CIT-130 replaces CMP-2576 Visual Basic in the Quarter system.
CIT - Information TechnologyNewark Campus
COMPLETE EITHER CIT-100  A C GRADE (2.00)OR BETTER
  
CIT-150
CIT-150 Internet Programming I  3 credit hours, 5 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in CIT-100 OR CIT-105.  Course is graded A-F.  This course is an introduction to webpage design and development for static and dynamic contents. The student will be introduced to HTML/XHTML, CSS, and a scripting language such as JavaScript. The emphasis is on client-side webpage programming.  CIT-150 replaces CMP-2598 Internet Programming I in the Quarter system.
CIT - Information TechnologyPataskala Campus; Newark Campus
COMPLETE EITHER CIT-100 or CIT-105  WITH A C GRADE (2.00) OR BETTER
  
CIT-160
CIT-160 Database  3 credit hours, 5 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  None.  Course is graded A-F.  This course emphasizes the principles and procedures of how records are created, stored, retrieved, retained, and disposed of using standard database software programs.  The student will gain an understanding of the basics of database design and the very specific relationships among objects which comprise a database. In addition, students will retrieve database records using SQL and T-SQL queries.   CIT-160 replaces CMP-2594 Database II in the Quarter system.
CIT - Information TechnologyNewark Campus; Newark - College Credit Plus
  
CIT-230
CIT-230 Visual Basic II   3 credit hours, 5 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in CIT-130.  Course is graded A-F.  This course expands on the fundamentals of Visual Basic.Net as presented in CIT-130 Visual Basic. Learning in a hands-on computer lab environment, the student gains an advanced understanding of the controls, calculation methods, condition structures, menu options, functions, looping structures, array construction and usage, Web form issues, accessing database files, saving objects in files,  graphics and animation, and programming for mobile technologies offered through Visual Basic.Net.  CIT-230 replaces CMP-2580 Visual Basic II in the Quarter system.
CIT - Information TechnologyNewark Campus
COMPLETE EITHER CIT-130 OR CMP-2576 WITH A GRADE OF C (2.00) OR BETTER
  
CIT-250
CIT-250 Internet Programming II  3 credit hours, 5 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in CIT-150.  Course is graded A-F.  This course is a continuation of CIT-150 Internet Programming I with an emphasis on Server-Side programming and e-commerce. The course focuses on using Active Server Pages (ASP.Net) to create dynamic, interactive web content. Course content includes the introduction of the extensible Markup Language (XML) and database communication mechanisms.  CIT-250 replaces CMP-2599 Internet Programming II in the Quarter system.
CIT - Information TechnologyNewark Campus
COMPLETE EITHER CIT-150 OR CMP-2598 WITH A C GRADE (2.00) OR BETTER
  
DMD-100
DMD-100 Fundamentals of Drawing  3 credit hours, 7 contact hours (1 hour lecture and 6 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  None.  Course is graded A-F.  This course explores the basic techniques of drawing, focusing on composition, proportion, perspective and the basic fundamentals of line, shape, contrast, texture, balance, and unity. Projects include studies of figures, nature and interiors, with the purpose of developing an understanding of how to communicate rapidly with basic analog tools before using digital media.   DMD-100 replaces DMD-3831 Fundamentals of Drawing in the Quarter system.  DMD-100 meets the Ohio Transfer Assurance Guide standards for course OAH001.
DMD - Digital Media DesignNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
  
DMD-101
DMD-101 Digital Software Fundamentals  1 credit hour, 3 contact hours (0 hours lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  None.  Course is graded A-F.  This is an overview course, covering the background and formats of digital media and an introduction to digital media software tools. In preparation for further classes, the student will explore the layout of the interface for digital software programs most commonly used in digital media. This course should be taken before any digital media design course requiring the use of digital software.  DMD-101 replaces DMD-3860 Digital Software Fundamentals in the Quarter system.
DMD - Digital Media DesignNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
  
DMD-103
DMD-103 Typography  1 credit hour, 3 contact hours (0 hours lecture and 3 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in DMD-101 or concurrent enrollment in DMD-101.  Course is graded A-F.  This course is an introduction to the history of type and the use of the letterform in digital design. The student will use software tools to develop a creative understanding of and a technical competence in using type as both a holder of content and an integral part of digital design. This course is typically offered on a Term basis.  DMD-103 replaces DMD-3826 Fundamentals of Typography in the Quarter system.
DMD - Digital Media DesignNewark Campus; Coshocton Campus
COMPLETE EITHER DMD-101  WITH A C GRADE (2.00) OR BETTER OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN DMD-101.
  
DMS-230
DMS-230 Echocardiography I  3 credit hours, 3 contact hours (3 hours lecture and 0 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Enrollment in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Technology, Cardiovascular Major program, or permission of the Program Director.  Course is graded A-F.  This course will review the echocardiographic examination and the electrical components of the cardiac system.  Mitral, Aortic, Tricuspid and Pulmonic valvular disease will be discussed.  Cardiomyopathies, Pericardial Heart Disease and Ischemic Heart Disease will also be studied.  DMS-230 replaces DMS-4571 Echocardiography I and DMS-Echocardiography II in the Quarter system.
DMS-Diagnostic Med SonographyNewark Campus
  
DMS-240
DMS-240 Vascular Sonography I  3 credit hours, 3 contact hours (3 hours lecture and 0 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Enrollment in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Technology, Cardiovascular Major program, or permission of the Program Director.  Course is graded A-F.  This course emphasizes the sonographic evaluation of the peripheral vascular system. Noninvasive testing of the upper and lower extremity vessels and disease processes will be studied. Plethysmography, duplex, pulsed and continuous wave Doppler testing will be introduced. This course emphasizes the principles and procedures involved in transcranial and extracranial sonography as well as abdominal vascular sonography. Spectral analysis, color Doppler, pulsed and continuous wave Doppler will be discussed. The disease mechanisms of the cerebrovascular and abdominal areas will be discussed and contrasted with normal anatomy.   DMS-240 replaces DMS-4577 Vascular Sonography I and DMS-4578 Vascular Sonography II in the Quarter system.
DMS-Diagnostic Med SonographyNewark Campus
  
DMS-241
DMS-241 Vascular Sonography II  3 credit hours, 3 contact hours (3 hours lecture and 0 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  Enrollment in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Technology, Cardiovascular Major program; C grade (2.00) or better in DMS-240, or permission of the Program Director.  Course is graded A-F.  This course discusses miscellaneous vascular pathologies and advanced imaging techniques.  Spectral analysis, color Doppler, pulsed and continuous wave Doppler will be discussed. The disease mechanisms of the abdominal areas will be discussed and contrasted with normal anatomy. Test validation and statistical comparisons will be introduced with an effort to establish a quality assurance program.  A brief summary of vascular laboratory accreditation will also be discussed.   DMS-241 replaces DMS-4578 Vascular Sonography II and DMS-4579 Vascular Sonography III in the  Quarter system.
DMS-Diagnostic Med SonographyNewark Campus
Enrollment in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Technology, Cardiovascular Major program; C grade (2.00) or better in DMS-240, or permission of the Program Director
  
ECE-150
ECE-150 Guidance and Group Management  3 credit hours, 6 contact hours (2.50 hours lecture [seminar], 0 hours lab, and 3.50 hours per week practicum experience).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in ECE-110, ECE-120, and EDU-100, completed Student Practicum File and approved placement with preschool children, or by permission of ECD Program Director.  Course is graded A-F.  This course will focus on the principles and methods of guiding young children.  Emphasis will be on the use of individual and group guidance and problem solving techniques to develop positive and supportive relationships with children.  The student will explore and reflect on strategies that promote positive conflict resolution, self-control, self-esteem within a nurturing, safe community classroom environment.  As a participant observer, the student will apply the principles of active positive guidance with young children under the supervision of a qualified cooperating teacher.  Referral sources, parental participation and program collaboration will be an important focus for children with challenging behaviors.  ECE-150 replaces EAR-5615 Managing Children in Groups in the Quarter system.
ECE - Early Childhood EducNewark Campus
COMPLETE EITHER (ECE-110, ECE-120, EDU-100 AND EDU-115) OR (EAR-5610, EAR-5684, EAR-5614 AND EAR-5616) WITH A C GRADE (2.00) OR BETTER; COMPLETED STUDENT PRACTICUM FILE AND APPROVED PLACEMENT WITH PRESCHOOL CHILDREN, OR BY PERMISSION OF THE ECD PROGRAM DIRECTOR
  
ECE-285
2 credit hours, 8 contact hours (1 hour lecture [seminar], 0 hours lab and 7 hours per week practicum experience).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in (ECE-140 or ECE-150 or ECE-160) or by permission of the ECD Program Director.  Course is graded A-F.  The student will engage in meaningful learning experiences in a program that cares for infants and toddlers.  A seven hour a week practicum is required to plan and implement learning experiences with the guidance and supervision of a qualified cooperating teacher.  The student will complete numerous required reports and bring to the practicum site developmentally appropriate learning experiences.  The student must have a current Student Practicum/Field Experience File.  ECE-285 Infant and Toddler Practicum replaces EAR-5668 Infant and Toddler Practicum in the Quarter system.
ECE - Early Childhood EducNewark Campus
COMPLETE EITHER ECE-140 OR ECE-150 OR ECE-160 WITH A C GRADE OR BY PERMISSION OF THE ECD PROGRAM DIRECTOR (2.00) OR BETTER
  
ECE-260
ECE-260 Issues in Education  1 credit hour, 1 contact hours (1 hour lecture and 0 hours lab).  Prerequisite:  C grade (2.00) or better in ECE-210, ECE-289, EDU-100 and EDU-200, or by permission of the ECD Program Director.  Course is graded A-F.  In this course the student will explore issues affecting children, families, community and the early childhood professional.  Topics may include societal views of children, early childhood professionalism, current research, and future implications.  Student- lead research will pose an ethical dilemma and reflect on implications for practice.   ECE-260 Issues in Education replaces EAR-5674 Trends and Issues in ECD in the Quarter system.
ECE - Early Childhood EducNewark Campus
C grade (2.00) or better in ECE-210, ECE-289, EDU-100 and EDU-200, or by permission of the ECD Program Director.
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