Digital Media Practicum (Autumn Semester 2017 DMD-294-A)6/24/2017 7:17:18 AMDMD-294 Digital Media Practicum 2 credit hours, 8 contact hours (1 hour lecture, 0 hours lab, and 7 hours practicum). Prerequisite: C grade (2.00) or better in DMD-104, DMD-201, ENGL-112 and SPCH-100. Course is graded A-F. This course provides the student with the practical application of skills in graphic design, Web design, digital video production, interactive development, and/or other digital media design production at a business or agency. The internship correlates academic preparation with professionally supervised work experience. DMD-294 replaces DMD-293 Digital Media Internship in the Semester system. Both DMD-294 and DMD-293 replace DMD-3855 Digital Media Internship in the Quarter system.DIGITAL MEDIA DESIGN TECHUndergraduateDMD - Digital Media DesignDMD-294-ADigital Media PracticumAutumn Semester 2017L. Najjar8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM2
Advanced Adult Health (Summer Semester 2017 NURS-201-XB)6/24/2017 7:18:00 AMNURS-201 Advanced Adult Health 7 credit hours, 15 contact hours (3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab and 9 hours clinical). Prerequisite: C grade (2.00) or better in ENGL-112 and NURS-111 and concurrent enrollment in NURS-211. Course is graded A-F. This course focuses on the management of patient-centered care for adults of all ages experiencing acute and chronic, multisystem, complex health alterations. The student will synthesize and integrate the concepts of collaboration, evidence based practice, and safe, effective quality care. Clinical experiences coupled with simulation laboratory practice assist students in assimilation of skills, inquiry, and development of nursing judgment to integrate theory into practice. The student will have the opportunity to plan and provide care for 1-3 adult patients based on acuity level within medical-surgical or critical care areas. NURS-201 Advanced Adult Health (formerly named "Adult Health III") is a new course in the Semester system.NURSING TECHNOLOGYUndergraduateNURS - NursingNURS-201-XBAdvanced Adult HealthSummer Semester 2017K. Bowman, S. Grim5/15/2017 12:00:00 AM - 8/4/2017 12:00:00 AM7
Entrepreneurship (Summer Semester 2017 BUS-210-NB)6/24/2017 7:18:00 AMBUS-210 Entrepreneurship 3 credit hours, 3 contact hours (3 hours lecture and 0 hours lab). Prerequisite: None. Course is graded A-F. The student will be introduced to the concepts, theories and skill set requirements of entrepreneurship. The student will participate in the steps of creating and implementing a small business venture. During the process, the student will develop entrepreneur skills by recognizing business opportunities, identifying sources of financial support, and labeling constraints of implementing and marketing the new venture. BUS-210 Entrepreneurship replaces BMT-2710 Entrepreneurship in the Quarter system.Business Management TechUndergraduateBUS - Business ManagementBUS-210-NBEntrepreneurshipSummer Semester 2017K. Goudy5/15/2017 12:00:00 AM - 8/4/2017 12:00:00 AMTOTALLY ONLINE3
Introduction to Business (Summer Semester 2017 BUS-105-NB)6/24/2017 7:18:00 AMBUS-105 Introduction to Business 3 credit hours, 3 contact hours (3 hours lecture and 0 hours lab). Prerequisite: None. Course is graded A-F. This introductory course explains the principles, terminology, and concepts necessary for interpreting business. Activities and presentations are provided to the student that will allow him or her to identify business environments, business ownership, ethical issues, global business awareness, organizational structures, management and marketing principles, technology information and financial implications in society. Upon completion of the course, the student will have a better understanding of the various elements of the business process, with this assisting in both the student's personal and professional life. BUS-105 Introduction to Business replaces BMT-2014 Principles of Business in the Quarter system.Business Management TechUndergraduateBUS - Business ManagementBUS-105-NBIntroduction to BusinessSummer Semester 2017B. Buchanan5/15/2017 12:00:00 AM - 8/4/2017 12:00:00 AMTOTALLY ONLINE3
Composition I (Autumn Semester 2017 ENGL-112-C)6/24/2017 7:16:02 AMENGL-112 Composition I 3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab). Prerequisite: Appropriate placement per COTC Assessment and Placement policy or C grade (2.00) or better in GENR-091. Course is graded A-F. Composition I is a writing intensive theme-based course that facilitates the development of college-level writing skills. The student will compose papers using expository writing while incorporating one's own thinking with credible research using MLA format. The student also will be introduced to APA format guidelines. The course emphasizes critical thinking, analytical reading, thesis development and deep revision of one's own compositions. The course also includes analysis of audience and theme in one's own writing and the writings of others, while developing the student's critical reading skills. ENGL-112 Composition I replaces ENGL-110 Composition I in the semester system. Both ENGL-112 and ENGL-110 replaced COM-1535 Composition I in the Quarter system. ENGL-112 meets the Ohio Transfer Module standards for course TME001.English & CommunicationsUndergraduateENGL - English/CompositionENGL-112-CComposition IAutumn Semester 2017J. Hess8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM3
Composition I (Autumn Semester 2017 ENGL-112-NF)6/24/2017 7:16:02 AMENGL-112 Composition I 3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab). Prerequisite: Appropriate placement per COTC Assessment and Placement policy or C grade (2.00) or better in GENR-091. Course is graded A-F. Composition I is a writing intensive theme-based course that facilitates the development of college-level writing skills. The student will compose papers using expository writing while incorporating one's own thinking with credible research using MLA format. The student also will be introduced to APA format guidelines. The course emphasizes critical thinking, analytical reading, thesis development and deep revision of one's own compositions. The course also includes analysis of audience and theme in one's own writing and the writings of others, while developing the student's critical reading skills. ENGL-112 Composition I replaces ENGL-110 Composition I in the semester system. Both ENGL-112 and ENGL-110 replaced COM-1535 Composition I in the Quarter system. ENGL-112 meets the Ohio Transfer Module standards for course TME001.English & CommunicationsUndergraduateENGL - English/CompositionENGL-112-NFComposition IAutumn Semester 2017T. Shields8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AMTOTALLY ONLINE3
Technical Writing (Autumn Semester 2017 ENGL-208-B)6/24/2017 7:16:03 AMENGL-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.English & CommunicationsUndergraduateENGL - English/CompositionENGL-208-BTechnical WritingAutumn Semester 2017L. Varrasso8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM3
Integrated Reading/Writing II (Autumn Semester 2017 GENR-091-WA)6/24/2017 7:16:03 AMGENR-091 Integrated Reading and Writing II 3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab). Prerequisite: Appropriate placement per COTC Assessment and Placement policy or C grade (2.00) or better in GENR-090. Course is graded A-F. The course will count neither for elective credit nor toward meeting minimum credit hour requirements for graduation. Integrated Reading and Writing II prepares the student for critical reading, writing, and research at the college level. This course engages the student in applying critical reading and content analysis skills to assigned textbook, non-fiction and fiction readings. The student will apply basic conventions of grammar, punctuation, and diction in writing assignments such as summaries and expository essays that relate to selected readings and research. The student will employ standard expository essay structure in assignments that require locating and evaluating research sources. Through in-class and online writing samples, the student will analyze purpose, audience, as well as the quality of introductions, body paragraphs, and conclusions. Research in biographical and in historical information about selected authors will be emphasized. GENR-091 is a new course in the Semester system. GENR-091 is a pre-college course. Credit for GENR-091 will count neither for elective credit nor toward meeting the minimum credit hour requirements for graduation.Pre-College EducationUndergraduateGENR-PreCollege(DevelopmeGENR-091-WAIntegrated Reading/Writing IIAutumn Semester 2017D. Adam8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM3
Integrated Reading/Writing II (Autumn Semester 2017 GENR-091-C)6/24/2017 7:16:03 AMGENR-091 Integrated Reading and Writing II 3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab). Prerequisite: Appropriate placement per COTC Assessment and Placement policy or C grade (2.00) or better in GENR-090. Course is graded A-F. The course will count neither for elective credit nor toward meeting minimum credit hour requirements for graduation. Integrated Reading and Writing II prepares the student for critical reading, writing, and research at the college level. This course engages the student in applying critical reading and content analysis skills to assigned textbook, non-fiction and fiction readings. The student will apply basic conventions of grammar, punctuation, and diction in writing assignments such as summaries and expository essays that relate to selected readings and research. The student will employ standard expository essay structure in assignments that require locating and evaluating research sources. Through in-class and online writing samples, the student will analyze purpose, audience, as well as the quality of introductions, body paragraphs, and conclusions. Research in biographical and in historical information about selected authors will be emphasized. GENR-091 is a new course in the Semester system. GENR-091 is a pre-college course. Credit for GENR-091 will count neither for elective credit nor toward meeting the minimum credit hour requirements for graduation.Pre-College EducationUndergraduateGENR-PreCollege(DevelopmeGENR-091-CIntegrated Reading/Writing IIAutumn Semester 2017C. Copenhefer8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM3
Integrated Reading/Writing II (Autumn Semester 2017 GENR-091-VA)6/24/2017 7:16:03 AMGENR-091 Integrated Reading and Writing II 3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab). Prerequisite: Appropriate placement per COTC Assessment and Placement policy or C grade (2.00) or better in GENR-090. Course is graded A-F. The course will count neither for elective credit nor toward meeting minimum credit hour requirements for graduation. Integrated Reading and Writing II prepares the student for critical reading, writing, and research at the college level. This course engages the student in applying critical reading and content analysis skills to assigned textbook, non-fiction and fiction readings. The student will apply basic conventions of grammar, punctuation, and diction in writing assignments such as summaries and expository essays that relate to selected readings and research. The student will employ standard expository essay structure in assignments that require locating and evaluating research sources. Through in-class and online writing samples, the student will analyze purpose, audience, as well as the quality of introductions, body paragraphs, and conclusions. Research in biographical and in historical information about selected authors will be emphasized. GENR-091 is a new course in the Semester system. GENR-091 is a pre-college course. Credit for GENR-091 will count neither for elective credit nor toward meeting the minimum credit hour requirements for graduation.Pre-College EducationUndergraduateGENR-PreCollege(DevelopmeGENR-091-VAIntegrated Reading/Writing IIAutumn Semester 2017C. Grove8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM3

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