A Special Thanks from the President...

The state of Oklahoma has 25 state colleges and universities. I consider it an honor that you have selected Oklahoma City Community College for your higher education career. OCCC is one of the fastest growing community colleges in the nation and we have you to thank for that. Innovative programming coupled with our dedicated faculty and staff have put our students to work in some of the most exciting, growing industries in the state. In addition, our articulation agreements with state universities help more and more students graduate with bachelor’s degrees in their chosen field. Your future and viability in the workforce are important to us. On behalf of the faculty and staff, thank you for enrolling at Oklahoma City Community College. You have made an excellent choice. I hope you enjoy your classes and all that we have to offer. I look forward to seeing you on campus.

2009-10 CATALOG

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Sincerely,

ARE YOU IN IT?
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This publication is not a contract. All information supplied in this publication is accurate at the time of printing; however, changes may occur and will supersede information in this publication. This publication, printed by Printing Inc., is issued by Oklahoma City Community College. A total of 12,000 copies were printed at a cost of $11,918.00. Oklahoma City Community College, in compliance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Civil Rights Act of 1991 and other Federal Laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, handicap, disability or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices or procedures. This includes but is not limited to admissions, employment, financial aid and educational services. In addition to the aforementioned federally protected characteristics of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, handicap, disability or status as a veteran, Oklahoma City Community College is committed to a diverse and inclusive educational environment, respecting diversity in religious belief, political affiliation, citizenship or alien status, sexual orientation, and marital status. Oklahoma City Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, which is located at 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, Illinios, 60602-2504, (800) 621-7440, http://www.ncahlc.org. Oklahoma City Community College is also in compliance with Public law 101-226, the drug Free Schools and Community Act Amendments of 1989 and the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988. In support of the spirit and intent of these laws, Oklahoma City Community College maintains an alcohol-, tobacco-, and drug-free campus by prohibiting the use of alcohol and/or illicit drugs by students and employees on College property or as part of any College activity and by prohibiting the use of tobacco inside College buildings.

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Table of Contents
ACADEMIC CALENDAR AND MAPS
College Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Inside College Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 Keith Leftwich Memorial Library Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 2009-2010 Academic Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9

OCCC GENERAL INFORMATION

History of the College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Mission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 College Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 College Ends Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Location and Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Right to Know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Accreditation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Recreation and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Retention Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Services for Students with Disabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Student Activities and Other Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Student Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Student Success Seminars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Success in College and Life Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Transfer Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

STUDENT INFORMATION

Release of Academic Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Change of Name, Address or Telephone Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Notification of Student Rights under FERPA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Student Consumer Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Student Conduct and Discipline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Student Grievance Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Bloodborne Pathogens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Emergencies on Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Safety and Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Emergency Procedures for Persons with Disabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Capitol Hill Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Corporate Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Cultural Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

ADMISSIONS

STUDENT CONDUCT STUDENT SAFETY

Recruitment and Admissions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 I. Recent High School Graduates or GED Recipients . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 II. Adult Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 III. Transfer Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 IV. International Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 V. Students for Whom English is a Second. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 VI. Concurrently Enrolled High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 VII. Non-Degree Seeking Students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 VIII. Opportunity Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Submission of Academic Credentials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Evaluation of Academic Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Special Admission Procedures: Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant, Surgical Technology, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, and Respiratory Care Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Academic Forgiveness Appeals Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Non-Credit Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Office of Academic Advising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Late Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Resident Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Auditing a Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Course Withdrawal/Schedule Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Emergency Drop/Late Withdrawal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Oklahoma Residents: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Non-Residents of Oklahoma: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Additional Fees and Special Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Supplemental Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Fees for Auditing a Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Fees Are Subject to Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Fee Payment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Fee Payment Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Books and Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Refunds (Credit Courses) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY SERVICES

ACADEMIC INFORMATION

ENROLLMENT

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FEES

Educational Approach and Grading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Entry-Level Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Academic Integrity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Attendance and Responsibility for Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Academic Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Academic Forgiveness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Course Re-enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Honor Rolls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Student Outcomes Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Course Lengths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Academic Workload . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 U.S. Military Concurrent Enrollment Programs (SOC, ConAP and SOCNAV) . . . . . . . . . . .35 Co-enrollments at Other Colleges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Distance Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Educational Partnerships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Special Academic Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Honors Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Advanced Standing Credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

FINANCIAL AID AND VETERANS SERVICES

Graduation Application Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Disclosure of Graduation Rates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Computer Proficiency Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Programs of Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 University Parallel/Transfer Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Technical/Occupational Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Associate in Applied Science Graduate Educational Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Certificates of Mastery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Life Skills Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 The General Education Core. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Associate in Applied Science Degrees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Associate in Arts and Associate in Science Degrees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42

Basic Eligibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 How to Apply for Financial Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Special Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Financial Assistance Average Costs of Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Financial Assistance Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Special Topics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Federal Return of Funds Regulations for Students Who Totally Withdraw . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 High School Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Career Development Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Tuition Waiver Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 External Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Concurrent Enrollment Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Test Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 ACT Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 GED Classes and Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25

DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES

GENERAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

SCHOLARSHIPS

ACADEMIC DIVISIONS

TESTING AND ASSESSMENT

Division of Arts and Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Division of Business. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 Division of Health Professions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Division of Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Division of Science and Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 Division of Social Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50

COURSE PATTERNS

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Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Career Transitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 College Union. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Community Outreach and Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Degree Check/Audit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Drug Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Early College Awareness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Educational and Career Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Student Employment and Career Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Keith Leftwich Memorial Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Learning Labs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Program/Major Selection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

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Diesel Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105-106 Diversified Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107 Electronics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108-109 Emergency Medical Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110-112 Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Enterprise Communication Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Film and Video Production Technician. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115-117 French . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Game Design Emphasis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119-120 Geographic Information System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121-122 Graphic Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123-124 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Journalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Liberal Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Literature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129 Manufacturing Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130-131 Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132 Medical Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133 Multimedia Emphasis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134-135 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136 Nanotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 Network Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139-143 Occupational Therapy Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 Orthotic and Prosthetic Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Orthotics Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148 Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150 Physical Therapist Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 Political Science/Pre-Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154 Pre-Baccalaureate Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Pre-Dentistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .156 Pre-Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157-159 Pre-Medicine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 Pre-Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Prosthetics Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .162 Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .163 Public Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164 Respiratory Care Therapist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165 Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .166 Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167-169 Speech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Surgical Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172-174 Theatre Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 International Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213 International Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214 Journalism and Broadcasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214 Learning Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215 Leisure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215 Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215 Manufacturing Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216 Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219 Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .220 Medical Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .221 Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .222 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .222 Nanotechnlogy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .223 Network Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .223 Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .225 Occupational Therapy Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .226 Orthotic/Prosthetic Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .227 Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .228 Physical Therapist Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .229 Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .230 Political Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .231 Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .231 Respiratory Care Therapist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .232 Russian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .234 Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .234 Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .234 Spanish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .235 Success in College and Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .236 Surgical Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .236 Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .237 Theatre Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .237 World Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .238

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Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176 Administrative Office Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176 Allied Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178 Applied Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178 Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178 Astronomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180 Automotive Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180 Aviation Maintenance Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183 Aviation Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184 Banking and Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184 Bioinformatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185 Biological Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185 Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187 Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187 Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188 Child Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188 Clinical Research Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190 Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190 Computer-Aided Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193 Database Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196 Diagnostic Medical Sonography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196 Diesel Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197 Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198 Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198 Emergency Medical Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200 Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201 English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201 English as a Second Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .203 Enterprise Communications Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204 Film and Video Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .205 Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207 French . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207 Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207 Geology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207 German. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208 Graphic Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210 Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .239 EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .239 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .239 Cooperative Alliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .239 Corporate learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .239 Division of Arts and Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .239 Division of Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .240 Division of Health Professions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241 Division of Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .242 Division of Science and Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .243 Division of Social Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .244 OKC Downtown College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .245 Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .245 BUSINESS AND FINANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .245 Bursar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .245 Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246 Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246 Accounts Payable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246 Payroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246 Purchasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246 Facilities Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246 Safety and Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247 Community Outreach and Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247 Capitol Hill Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247 Career Transitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247 Cultural Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247 Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 Recreation and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 GENERAL COUNSEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 HUMAN RESOURCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 Professional Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 Grants and Contracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 Marketing and Public Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 INSTITUTIONAL PLANNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 Institutional Effectiveness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 INFORMATION & INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249 Information Systems and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249 Desktop Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249 Online Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249 Instructional Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249 Information Technology Infrastructure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249 Telecommunications & Network Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249 ENROLLMENT AND STUDENT SERVICES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250 Student Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250 Student Employment & Career Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250 Child Development Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250 Pathways Middle College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251 Records and Graduation Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251 Recruitment and Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251 Student Support Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251 Student Financial Support Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .252 Student Life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .252 Testing & Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .252

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Todd Science. and Math Center (SEM) 2nd floor 2A1 2B1 2D1 2C1 Main Building (MB) 2nd floor 107 106 101 Main Building (MB) 3rd floor 113 120 121 108 122 Art Gallery 136 226 225 224 223 146 147 160 215 2E5 2E4 2E3 2E2 2E1 2F3 2F2 2F1 3E5 3E4 3E3 3E2 3E1 124 126 135 127 131 128 132 140 141 142 143144 145 158 156 153 152 151 159 157 154 Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPA) Health Professions Center (HPC) 2nd floor Arts and Humanities Center (AH) 2nd floor Arts and Humanities Center (AH) 3rd floor .6 23 22 Career Transitions (TANF) Stairs 2A8B 2A8 2F8 2G8 2H8 2I8 2L7 3K8 2N7 2P7 2R7 2R6 2R5 2R4 2R3 2R2 2R1 2P0 2R0 Accounting Lab The Pioneer Handicap Entrances 2B8 2G6/2G7 2H7 2C6 2H6 2M6 2N6 2N5 2N4 2N3 2L2 2M2 2N1 2P1 2N0 24 2G1A 2K1 2N2 Math Lab 2C8 2K7 3K7 3K6 3K5 3K4 3K3 2M8 2N8 2P8 2R8 3M8 Fire Stairwell 2A7 2A6 2A5 2G4/2G5 2C4 Online Learning World Languages 2J4 and Cultures Center Men’s Restrooms 2E6 2J5 2J6 Elevators Women’s Restrooms Pathways 3M6 3P6 3N5 3P5 3N4 3P4 3N3 3P3 3L2 3M2 3K2 3N1 3P1 3N0 3P0 3N2 3P2 Entrances 2A4 2A3 2H3 2A2 Biological Science Lab 2C2/2D2 Robert P. Engineering.

Keith Leftwich Memorial Library 1st Floor 121 Stairs Handicap Entrances Fire Stairwell Pay Phone Elevators 120 Information Reference Desk Men’s Restrooms 122 Circulation Desk Entrances Women’s Restrooms 101 KLM Library 2nd Floor 201 102 103 104 105 Internet Computers 202 210 203 209 113 Research Computers 106 213 112 212 211 204 208 205 207 206 107 111 108 110 109 KLM Library 3rd Floor 310 Information Technology Faculty Offices KLM Library 4th Floor 402 403 404 406 401 408 409 311 312 Instructional Technology 313 Center 314 320 319 318 317 316 315 309 308 307 306 305 304 303 302 301 CAD/Multimedia Lab Area 321 322 Student Computer Center 323 324 325 405 410 407A 407B Information Technology Division Office 7 .

August 21 (8 am-6 pm). August 22 (9 am-4 pm). Thanksgiving Break (November 26-29) October 2 October 19 December 4 December 19 September 16 October 3 November 4 November 14 December 16 December 19 August 28 September 18 August 24 October 23 September 4 October 23 December 4 August 14 August 1 May 30 June 1 July 27 August 24 August 24 October 20 August 29 May 30 August 1 August 14 September 18 October 10 November 21 June 2 1st Day of Class August 28 August 25 October 21 April 6 April 6 April 6 April 6 April 6 April 6 March 30 March 30 March 30 March 30 March 30 March 30 Jun 1-Jul 24 Jul 27-Aug 14 Aug 24-Dec 19 Aug 24-Oct 19 Oct 20-Dec 19 Aug 29-Oct 3 Oct 10-Nov 14 March 30 April 6 Summer Semester August Intersession Fall Semester (16 weeks) Early Fall (1st 8 weeks) Mid Fall (2nd 8 weeks) Fall Fast Track Session 1 Fall Fast Track Session 2 Fall Fast Track Session 3 Nov 21-Dec 19 March 30 April 6 Spring 2010 Application Availability and Deadlines Applications are due by noon on the date indicated in Recruitment and Admissions. Thanksgiving Break (Nov 25-29) Memorial Day (May 25). Students may withdraw from classes during the official refund period and be refunded for all tuition and fees paid. Students will be required to comply with the fee payment schedule in order to enroll or remain enrolled in any future semesters. Students will not be dropped for non-payment of tuition and fees but will be automatically billed on a monthly basis for all fees due. August 28 (8 am-6 pm) May 18 April 25 April 20 May 22 June 12 June 1 Prior to 3rd Class June 26 July 10 May 30 July 24 July 24 August 14 June 5 Prior to 3rd Class September 4 September 11 November 13 December 19 December 19 Fall Break (Oct 15-18). STUDENTS WILL NOT BE DROPPED FROM CLASSES FOR NONPAYMENT OF FEES. and the potential posting of failing grades. Independence Day Holiday (July 3). May Intersession May 18-May 30 March 30 April 6 1st Day of Class May 26-28 (8 am-8 pm). June 2 (8 am-8 pm).8 July 6 September 18 July 20 1 Students must pay their tuition and fees by the due date indicated above or at the time of enrollment in order to avoid billing and finance charges. August 10-27 M-TH (8 am-8 pm) August 14 (8 am-6 pm). 2 Students must withdraw from any classes in which they no longer wish to remain enrolled prior to the fee due date in order to avoid billing. finance charges. Spring 2010 Traditional Nursing Applications available Spring 2010 Traditional Nursing Applications Deadline Fall 2009 International Student Admission Application Deadline Summer/Fall 09 Session Dates Early Registration begins for returning students Open Registration Begins Late Registration Ends Special Enrollment Hours Classes Begin Preferred Financial Aid Application and Supporting Documents Submission Date Tuition Fee Waiver Application Deadline Financial Aid Loan Disbursements to student accounts (twice weekly after date listed) Financial Aid Pell Grant Disbursements to student accounts (Every 2 weeks after date listed) Tuition and Fees Due 1 Last Day to Drop with refund2 Graduation Applications Due Last Day to Withdraw (no refund) Last Day of Classes Summer/Fall Graduation Holidays (No Classes) 2009 Summer/Fall Calendar Holidays (Campus Closed) . Students choosing to pay out their fees on a monthly basis will incur finance charges. Labor Day Weekend (September 5-7). A $20 late payment charge will be applied to any payment not received by the 5th of the month.

OTA.Spring 2010 January Intersession Jan 4-15 Oct 12 Apr 6 1st Day of Class Jan 5-21 T-TH (8 am-8 pm). Jan 8. 15. and PTA Applications available Summer 2010 BADNAP Application Deadline Fall 2010 PTA Application Deadline Fall 2010 Traditional Nursing Applications Deadline Fall 2010 Career Ladder Pathway Applications Deadline Fall 2010 OTA Application Deadline Spring 2010 International Student Admission Application Deadline 9 . Mar 15-21 (Spring Break. May 31 (Memorial Day) May 15 May 7 May 15 Feb 20 Apr 3 May 8 Last Day of Classes Commencement Spring Graduation Date Fall 2010 Application Deadlines Applications are due by noon on the date indicated in Recruitment and Admissions. 22 FRI (8 am-6 pm). Jan 16 (9 am-4 pm) Jan 4 Oct 31 Nov 20 Jan 14 Feb 12 Jan 19 Prior to 3rd Class Feb 5 Apr 16 Feb 26 Apr 30 Feb 10 Mar 24 Apr 28 Jan 29 Jan 22 Mar 26 Jan 19 Jan 19 Jan 19 Jan 19 Jan 29 Jan 19 Mar 5 Jan 19 Apr 16 Jan 19 Jan 19 Mar 22 Jan 23 Feb 27 Apr 10 Jan 23 Jan 22 Mar 23 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Oct 12 Oct 12 Oct 12 Oct 12 Oct 12 Oct 12 Jan 19-May 15 Jan 19-Mar 12 Mar 22-May 15 Jan 23-Feb 20 Feb 27-Apr 3 Apr 10-May 8 Spring Semester Early Spring (1st 8 weeks) Mid Spring (2nd 8 weeks) Spring Spring Spring Fast Track Session 1 Fast Track Session 2 Fast Track Session 3 Session Dates Early Registration begins for returning students Open Registration Begins Late Registration Ends Special Enrollment Hours Classes Begin Financial Aid Application and Supporting Documents Submission Deadline Tuition Fee Waiver Application Deadline Financial Aid Loan Disbursements (twice weekly after date listed) Financial Aid Pell Grant Disbursements (Every 2 weeks after date listed) Tuition and Fees Due1 Last Day to Drop with refund2 Graduation Applications Due Last Day to Withdraw (no refund) Student Holidays Jan 15 May 15 Mar 12 Jan 18 (Martin Luther King Day. Nov 23 Jan 29 Mar 5 Apr 2 May 7 June 25 Dec 18 2010 Spring Calendar Fall 2010 Traditional Nursing & Career Ladder Nursing.

Additionally. The College Union houses a variety of meeting and conference rooms. and seminars. the Keith Leftwich Memorial Library offers information services and computing resources on the first two floors for students and the community. 10 . the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. and the Associate Vice President for Community Development. a junior college district was formed. On October 8. music. 1972. The Administrative Connector houses the President’s Office and links the Main Building to the Arts and Humanities Center. classrooms and labs. registered nursing.500-square-foot addition also houses the Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) which includes an area specifically designed for on-line learning. Future plans include an expansion of the building to include a new performing arts theater. Also located in the Main Building are the Office of Campus Safety and Security. the Bursar’s Office. Access: Our community has broad and equitable access to a valuable college education. The John Massey Center. 30 faculty offices. empowering our students to achieve their educational goals and our community to thrive in an increasingly global society.OCCC GENERAL INFORMATION History of the College Oklahoma City Community College traces its beginning to March 20.049 students. located just a few miles south of the College at S. and the Division of Arts and Humanities. 3. Olympic Festival aquatic events. the Office of Academic Advising. In 1983 the name of the College was changed to Oklahoma City Community College. the Student Financial Aid Center. Engineering and Math Center (SEM Center) consists of sixteen group labs. Community Outreach and Education. 4. Todd Science. occupational therapy assistant and physical therapist assistant. and cultural programs of exceptional quality. 1972. Recognized as a leader in health technologies and pre-health professional programs. and dining areas. food service facilities. 2. workshops. weight room and aerobics rooms. including the Office of the Vice President for Human Vision OCCC aspires to be one of the most significant community colleges in the nation--known for the amazing success of our students and for our prominent role in creating our community’s future. 1969. Student Preparation: Our students are prepared to succeed in college. A state-of-theart botany classroom and greenhouse were also added to the College as part of the second floor project. The Robert P. the Office of Student Support Services and the Office of the Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services. The Health Professions Education Center is a multi-million-dollar facility housing the Division of Health Professions. The College has grown to serve more than 20. associate degrees. the College was formally dedicated. with the largest competition swimming pool and dive well in the state. the Office of Student Life. OCCC also features an Aquatic Center. The division features a simulated hospital area and one of only two Human Patient Simulators in the state. two large lab centers. five open access lab/tutorial centers and 43 faculty offices. At that time. Film and video students are provided the opportunity to learn on the most current equipment available including expansion into high definition cameras and editing. Also located in this area is the Social Sciences Center housing division offices and classrooms. which includes a gymnasium.S. The newly constructed 50. photography and visual arts. Most offices that offer services for students are located here including the Bookstore. with an enrollment of 1. As a direct result of the interest and initiative of these citizens. In addition to the offices of the Executive Vice President. and a board of trustees was appointed a year later. The third floor is the location of the Division of Information Technology and the Student Computer Center. Student Success: Our students achieve their individual educational aspirations. 5. Just to the southeast of the SEM Center. Situated on a 143acre site just south of Interstate 240 on South May Avenue.W. The fourth floor contains the offices for Cultural Programs and Cooperative Alliances. The Arts and Humanities Center contains the offices for Academic Affairs. This was the venue for the 1989 U. cardiovascular center. ethical.000-squarefoot facility allows for the expansion of programs in emergency medical sciences. Institutional Advancement. the Office of Records and Graduation Services. the College is easily accessible to the entire metropolitan Oklahoma City area. and Physical Plant. a committee of the South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce was organized to circulate petitions asking the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to take action to establish a junior college in the area. The division features a renowned film and video production program with the largest collection of AVID picture and sound editing machines in the Midwest. It offers a full range of associate degree programs which prepare students to transfer to baccalaureate institutions. 11 new classrooms. Extensive planning and ground breaking for the College took place in 1971.000-squarefoot Visual and Performing Arts Center provides classrooms. houses the College’s Human Resources and Support Services. conferences. Mission OCCC provides the people of Oklahoma and our community with broad access to certificates of mastery. College Values • OCCC strives to achieve its mission and ENDs and fulfill its vision by operating in a culture that is committed to: • Innovation: Creative and forward-thinking • Integrity: Honest. the Transportation Technology Center contains faculty offices and the automotive technology lab. the Arts and Humanities Building also houses the College’s 300-seat theater. and the Science and Mathematics Division office. Graduate Success: Our graduates succeed at four-year institutions and/or in their careers. and respectful to all • Diversity: Embrace and appreciate the value of differences • Stewardship: Wise and efficient use of resources • Accountability: Data-driven evidence of mission accomplishment College Ends Statements Our ENDs Statements define our key outcomes that are critical to achieving significance. 119th Street and Interstate 44. In the spring of 1974 the College became part of the state system for higher education and a new Board of Regents was appointed as the governing unit for the school. the new 42. Other degree and certificate programs are designed to prepare students for immediate employment in a variety of fields. Oklahoma City Community College offers a wide range of community and continuing education courses. Adjacent to the College Union is the Wellness Center. The 65. Community Development: Our community is enriched economically and socially by our educational and cultural programs. Location and Facilities The dark red buildings of Oklahoma City Community College have become a landmark in the southwestern section of Oklahoma City. community education. the Communications Lab. 1. Construction began in January 1972 and South Oklahoma City Junior College opened for classes on September 25. The College’s Division of Business and many administrative offices are located in the College’s three-story Main Building. the Testing Center. Located northeast of the Main Building. labs and studios for art instruction. These spaces include the newly built second floor addition which added six group labs.000 people each year.

Suite 200.edu/handbook. definitions.” This brochure also lists possible consequences of possession or use of these substances on College property or at College sponsored events.studentaid. This information is available upon request from the Office of the Dean of Enrollment Management. and Tobacco Free Campus. degree seeking students. The Act ensures students certain rights with regard to their education records. additional accreditations. the student will be notified in writing of that decision and advised of the right to a hearing regarding their request. misleading. This information is published and notifications are sent via email prior to October 1st each year. The College Catalog is online from the homepage at http://www. Students may inspect and review their education records upon request to the appropriate record custodian. Telephone (405) 225-9100. The due date of the first report was September 1. and the assigned custodian is in the 2008-2009 College Catalog page 30.occc. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA is: Family Policy Compliance Office U. This information is also published in the Student Handbook under Section VI. 60602-2504.gov/ipeds/cool Learning About Your Drug. The graduation rate for Oklahoma City Community College is also available on the National Center for Educational Statistics website at http://nces. or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy rights under FERPA.gov . located at 30 North La Salle Street. 1992. Oklahoma 73104-3603. The college will make arrangements for access to occur as promptly as possible but no later than 45 days from the date the request was received. and student rights and responsibilities as a recipient of financial assistance. and contact information. Alcohol.pdf College Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates Oklahoma City Community College makes available to any enrolled or prospective student its completion or graduation rate and the transfer-out rate for first time. 2. Consult pages 41-43 of the College Catalog for a complete listing of certificate and degree programs offered. Educational Rights and Privacy The educational rights and privacy of students of Oklahoma City Community College are governed by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 as amended.S. Other offices include Finance. occc.ncahlc. alcohol. Chicago. i.occc. Contact the Office of Institutional Effectiveness at (405) 682-7577 for information about accreditation and how a student may receive a copy of accreditation approvals. The educational rights and privacy procedure of Oklahoma City Community College is published in the institutional policies and procedures manual and is available upon request in the Office of the Dean of Admissions/Registrar. Institutional Planning. A chart of the various student records.Resources. The right to file a complaint with the U. Students may consent to the release of information from their education records to a third party by providing written authorization to do so. and tobacco products in a brochure entitled.occc.ed.S. and Corporate Learning. associate in science and associate in applied science programs. This email provides a web link for all current students and staff at Oklahoma City Community College to review the Annual Security Report in compliance with the 1990 Campus Security Act and the Student Right-To-Know Act (PL 101-542). http:// www. Information about student financial assistance programs is available in the College Catalog and College Student Handbook. Any student wanting to do so should write the appropriate records custodian. directory information. Illinois. Print copies of the Student Handbook can be found across campus. Right to Know Financial Aid Information Information about student financial assistance programs available at Oklahoma City Community College is available from the Financial Aid Office (405) 6827525 and the Recruitment and Admissions Office (405) 682-6222. The Financial Aid Office provides a variety of Fact Sheets available from Financial Aid which address specific topics to help you understand all financial aid application processes. or students may access it electronically at http://www. 20202-5920 4.org The College is a member of the American Association of Community Colleges and is recognized by the federal government to offer education under the veterans and social security laws. except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. Copies of these brochures are made available to students at the Office of Recruiting and Admissions and to employees through an annual distribution within each department. 11 .edu/security/right-to-know. their campus location. Accreditation Oklahoma City Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Institutional Effectiveness. costs of attendance. Oklahoma City Community College is authorized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to offer certificate. Hard copies of the 2008 OCCC Annual Security Report are also available at the Department of Safety and Security (1K8) in the Main Building. The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education is located at 655 Research Parkway. The John Massey Center also contains the offices and classrooms for the College’s aviation partnership with Southeastern Oklahoma State University.html. SW Washington. Alcohol. Consult pages 10-12 of the 2008-2009 College Catalog for specific Associate in Applied Science programs. All students are strongly encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid on an annual basis to access educational assistance for which you may qualify. Students will be notified of the time and place where their records may be inspected. ed. The right to inspect their education records.edu/ Click on publications to access the College Catalog and a variety of other College publications. Students should submit their request in writing and identify as precisely as possible the record(s) they wish to inspect.C. and Tobacco Free Campus Oklahoma City Community College makes available to employees and to any enrolled or prospective student information regarding the potential health risks associated with the use or abuse of various categories of drugs. (800) 621-7440. The right to consent to the release of personally identifiable information from the student’s educational records. first floor or call (405) 682-7584. Main Building. and specify why it should be changed.occc.e. You may access this report and associated campus security information and services at http://www. 3. “Learning about Your Drug. full-time. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by Oklahoma City Community College to comply with the requirements of FERPA. Both offices are located on the first floor of the Main Building. associate in arts. Both of these publications are also available online from the College homepage at http://www. Oklahoma City. 1990. Veterans who are seeking to use their Veterans Educational Benefits should visit the Veterans Services Office co-located with the Financial Aid Office (405) 682-7694. Visit or call the Financial Aid or Veterans Services Office to obtain paper copies of all relevant financial assistance information. Students are ensured: 1. and a report on campus crime statistics is due each October 1st for reporting incidents occurring during the previous calendar year. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue. a Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. D. This federal legislation requires colleges and universities to collect campus crime statistics on specific crimes occurring on college and university campuses. You may visit the Financial Aid and Veterans Services offices online at www.edu/financialaid Visit the Financial Aid office to obtain a copy of Funding Your Education or view it online at www. The right to request an amendment to their education records if they believe the records to be inaccurate.edu/ click on publications to access these documents and other College publications. If the College makes the decision not to amend the record as requested. Annual Security Report 2008 The Campus Security Act of 1990 and the Student Right-To-Know Act (PL 101-542) were signed into law by President Bush on November 8. Suite 2400. clearly identify the part of the record the student wants changed.

aota. Suite 500 Washington. Alexandria.W.org www.ncahlc.ncope. 1361 Park Street.apta. Ste.acbsp. Oklahoma 61 Broadway .acbsp.org www. Suite 1575. FL 1361 Park Street.org www. which is located at 30 North La Salle Street.nlnac. Clearwater.org www.nlnac. Bethesda. Oklahoma City Community College is authorized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education located at 655 Research Parkway.33rd Floor. associate in arts.org 7008 College Blvd Suite 420 (913) 229-9356 www. Oklahoma 73104-3603. New York.org.ok.natef.org www.faa. Bedford. Telephone (800) 621-7440. Suite 200.acbsp.caahep.org/index.nlnac.natef.org www. New York. Clearwater. FL 330 John Carlyle Street. 4720 Montgomery Lane. 524.org www.gov/nursing www. Suite 200.ok. associate in science. Telephone (405) 225-9100.caahep.org www.org www.caahep.natef. 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Department Emphasis Accreditation Address Telephone Associate in Applied Science Degrees DEPARTMENT EMPHASIS Computer Aided Technology Computer Aided Technology Behavioral Sciences Child Development Accounting Accounting Administrative Office Technology Administrative Office Specialist Administrative Office Technology Legal Secretary Automotive Technology GM Automotive Service Education Automotive Technology Automotive Technology Internship Cooperative Program Non-Structural Repair Cooperative Program Aviation Maintenance Technology Cooperative Program Manufacturing Technology Finance Finance/Banking Finance Finance/General Cooperative Program Medical Assistant Cooperative Program Medical Assistant Cooperative Program Orthotic and Prosthetic Technician Cooperative Program Orthotic and Prosthetic Technician Cooperative Program Respiratory Care Therapist Cooperative Program Respiratory Care Therapist Cooperative Program Surgical Technology Emergency Medical Science Emergency Medical Science Nursing Nursing Nursing Nursing Nursing Career Ladder Pathway Nursing Career Ladder Pathway Nursing Baccalaureate to Associate Occupational Therapy Assistant Occupational Therapy Assistant Physical Therapist Assistant Physical Therapist Assistant . to offer certificate.org www.org www. 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foreign language. calculus. drama. course descriptions. level work in that discipline. information sessions. Further information is available in the Office of Academic Advising.edu/Admissions. by that time all subsequent enrollments will be restricted to deficiency removal courses until the deficiencies are met. if needed. the following subjects are recommended for college preparation: 2 1 1 4 additional units: Fine Arts-music. Grade points earned at institutions using any method other than the traditional 4. although not all credit will necessarily apply toward program requirements. Students may remediate deficiencies through prescribed coursework or testing. i. • It is the student’s responsibility to furnish additional information to the College.. I. Such transfer credit will generally qualify the student to take Advanced Standing examinations in specific subject areas to validate their knowledge. Evaluation of Transfer Credit Earned • All coursework previously completed at a regionally accredited institution of higher education will be accepted as transfer credit.they become a permanent part of the student’s record at Oklahoma City Community College. • An analysis of transfer credit will be performed for students who are currently enrolled. Students admitted under this category must meet high school curricular requirements as specified under the Regular Admission Policy. chemistry or physics) Effective Fall 2010. math analysis.ADMISSIONS Oklahoma City Community College provides educational opportunities for a diverse student population.0 system. Transfer students who do not meet curricular requirements must make up deficiencies within their first 12 credit hours of college level work. Students who have been placed on academic probation or suspension by their previous college or who do not meet Oklahoma City Community College retention standards may be admitted on probation. Graduates from Home Study or Unaccredited High Schools Applicants who are graduates of an unaccredited or home study high school program and who have participated in the ACT or the SAT are eligible for admission if their high school class has graduated. catalogs or syllabi. or copied for distribution. Students admitted under this category must meet high school curricular requirements as specified under the Regular Admission Policy. Effective Fall 2010. If deficiencies have not been remediated. Information on remediating deficiencies is available in the Office of Academic Advising. are eligible for admission to Oklahoma City Community College. trigonometry. scholarship programs and corporate recruiting. Total Required Units III. and who have participated in the ACT. Once these documents have been submitted. Students must have official copies of transcripts from all colleges attended on file in the Office of Records and Graduation Services. and (c) meet high school curricular requirements.must be obtained directly from the institution where they were originally issued. geometry. or advanced placement statistics) units History and Citizenship Skills (including one unit of American History and two additional from economics. Transfer Students Students transferring from another accredited college who are in good standing and have met all curricular requirements are eligible for admission to Oklahoma City Community College. literature) units Lab Science (from biology. are eligible for admission. who did not graduate from high school (their high school class has already graduated). the SAT or the College assessment test. three lab science courses will be required. Speech additional unit: Lab Science (as described above) additional unit: Mathematics (as described above) Total Recommended Units Recent high school graduates (or GED recipients) who are admitted into an AA or AS degree program without having met high school curricular requirements must remediate any basic academic skill deficiencies within their first 24 credit hours of college level work. • Applicants who are not yet 21. units Mathematics (from algebra. government or non-western culture) additional units from subjects previously listed or from computer science. Students transferring from an unaccredited college may also be admitted. geography. please call (405) 682OCCC (6222) or e-mail psst@occc. Transcripts from other institutions. ALL students must remove curricular deficiencies in a discipline area before taking college 13 . if needed.0 system will be converted to the 4. please visit our web site at www. They will not be returned. Recent High School Graduates or GED Recipients Graduates from an Accredited School Applicants who (a) are graduates of an accredited high school or have achieved a high school equivalency certificate based on the GED test (GED recipient’s high school class must have graduated). Courses used to remediate a deficiency may not be used toward meeting degree requirements. • Credit for courses from institutions not using a traditional semester academic calendar will be converted to semester hour credits. For more information.edu. 3 15 In addition to the above requirements. composition. art. or to arrange a campus tour. To receive more information by mail.occc. To this end. or any advanced placement course except applied courses in fine arts. the Scholastic Aptitude Testing Program (SAT) or a similar acceptable battery of tests. the number of additional units will be reduced to two. Adult Students • Applicants who are 21 years of age or older or who are on active military duty may be admitted upon completion of academic skills assessment by the College (high school degree not required).e. Official transcripts from all colleges attended must be submitted during the application process. Services provided by this office include campus tours. Recruitment and Admissions Prospective students may access information about the college and its programs through the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. the College has an open door admissions policy that makes its programs available to as many students as possible. reissued. II. High school curricular requirements: 4 2 3 3 units English (grammar. (b) have participated in the American College Testing Program (ACT). community and high school outreach. to evaluate transfer credit. Courses with grades of “D” may not meet degree or course prerequisite requirements.

IV. (A student is considered to be a junior during the summer after their sophomore year. Students for Whom English is a Second Language Students for whom English is a second language are required to present evidence of proficiency in English in one of the following ways prior to admission to credit classes. More information about English as a Second Language (ESL) at Oklahoma City Community College can be found under the “Special Academic Programs” section of this catalog.5 or above for admissions purposes. and write the English language. VII. required ACT scores. contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. a minimum score of 173 on the international computer-based TOEFL or a minimum score of 61 on the TOEFL iBT is required for admission. Non-Degree Seeking Students (9 Hour Maximum) Students who wish to enroll in courses without intending to pursue a degree may be admitted provisionally and enroll in up to nine credit hours without submitting all official academic credentials. International Students Students who are citizens of countries other than the United States and who have completed their secondary education or its equivalent may be eligible for admission to the college. financial. The Academic Bridge Program is a full-time schedule of English as a Second Language (ESL) courses at the advanced level. Standardized Testing Proficiency in English may be determined by the student’s score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS). A minimum score of 500 on the Institutional paperbased TOEFL (offered at Oklahoma City Community College). However. and summer semesters. Students scoring below a 19 composite on the ACT may use a high school grade point average of 3.0 to 5. The program is available in the fall and spring semesters. High School Performance Students who have successfully completed the high school core requirements or graduated from high school where English is the primary teaching language in a country where English is the primary language and demonstrates competency through the Remediation and Removal of High School Curricular Deficiencies Policy may be admitted. This requirement ensures that students have a reasonable chance to succeed based upon their ability to comprehend. Opportunity Admission Applicants who have not yet graduated from high school and whose ACT score is at the 99th percentile (Oklahoma norms) may be eligible for admission. involved in admissions and international education. Failure to list all previously attended colleges or the submission of false information is grounds for denial of admission or immediate suspension. A concurrently enrolled student may enroll in a combined number of high school and college hours not to exceed a full-time college workload of 19 semestercredit-hours per semester. Transfer Students Students who are non-native speakers of English must meet the same standards as new students or have successfully completed a minimum of 24 college level semester hours at a college or university where English is the primary language and that is recognized by professional organizations in the U. Students scoring below a 21 composite on the ACT may use a high school grade point average of 3. Students must meet the required ACT test score in science. They will not be returned or released. read. VIII. along with the application form. Application deadlines for each semester are listed in the academic calendar at the front of this catalog.0 on the IELTS is required for admission. may be admitted provisionally. (A student is considered to be a senior during the summer after their junior year.9 on the IELTS may be eligible for provisional admission. must be submitted before the international student admission deadline. or who have achieved a combined verbal and mathematical score on the SAT at or above the 58th percentile using national norms. Home study students or students from unaccredited high schools who are 16 years of age and who have achieved a composite ACT score at or above the 58th percentile using Oklahoma norms (21 or above). Because of time required for evaluating educational records and processing immigration forms. or who have achieved a combined verbal and mathematical score on the SAT at or above the 58th percentile using national norms. Please contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions for the current. 14 . math or English to enroll in coursework in the corresponding college subject area. credentials and/ or assessment testing may be required prior to actual enrollment in order to establish curricular proficiency or the presence of a course prerequisite. Certain educational. Students wishing to obtain such documents must contact the original issuing institution. Students must meet the required ACT test score in reading to enroll in any other collegiate course. and immigration documents are required. Intensive English Program (IEP) Students whose TOEFL scores are below the minimum required for admission but within a range of 460 to 499 on the Institutional TOEFL. 48 to 60 on the International TOEFL iBT or 5. senior students will have their college tuition waived for up to 6 credit hours per semester of concurrent enrollment. these documents. Concurrently Enrolled High School Students High school juniors and seniors meeting the requirements listed below may be admitted provisionally. as well as proof of minimum proficiency in English.0 or above for admission purposes. Submission of Academic Credentials Recent high school graduates are required to submit official and complete high school transcripts and ACT or SAT scores (if either test has been competed). VI. All credentials submitted become the property of Oklahoma City Community College and a part of the student’s academic record. may be admitted provisionally. V. Students who successfully complete the Academic Bridge Program become eligible for full admission to the College without having to retake the TOEFL or IELTS. Upon completion of nine hours. Applications that are not complete by the deadline will not be considered. College transfer students are required to submit official and complete college transcripts and other available credentials during the admission process. A minimum score of 6. the student will be required to submit official credentials and meet formal admission or transfer criteria prior to any further enrollment. 140 to 172 on the International TOEFL.) Juniors Juniors who are enrolled at an accredited high school and who have achieved a composite ACT score at or above the 58th percentile using Oklahoma norms (21 or above). Students may apply for admission to the fall. Graduating Seniors Graduating seniors who are enrolled at an accredited high school and who have achieved a composite ACT score at or above the 42nd percentile using Oklahoma norms (19 or above) or an equivalent SAT score may be admitted provisionally. Students wishing to exceed this limit may petition to the Registrar.) Home Study Home study students or students from unaccredited high schools who are 17 years of age or older and who have achieved a composite ACT score at or above the 42nd percentile using Oklahoma norms (19 or above) or an equivalent SAT may be admitted provisionally. In accordance with state policy. spring. The College offers the Academic Bridge Program for students in this category. For detailed eligibility and admission information.S.

15 Non-Credit Classes Non-credit classes may be used to explore new fields of study. Enrollment prior to the beginning of classes is essential to afford the student the best chance of success. enroll late in classes. For additional residency information and reclassification forms. Each program has a special application (available in the Office of Records and Graduation Services) which lists program requirements. Students enrolled exclusively in non-credit classes are not required to apply for regular admission to the college. Resident Requirements An initial determination. Students have sole responsibility for following their selected degree program requirements. Occupational Therapy Assistant. Physical Therapist Assistant. and summer semesters. Office of Academic Advising New degree-seeking students are assisted by advisement professionals in the Office of Academic Advising. Non-credit classes do not apply toward an associate degree and certificate programs. Any enrollment. Physical Therapist Assistant. contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. and Surgical Technology programs accept applications for the fall semester only. Special Admission Procedures: Nursing.occc. experience. Entry-level abilities in reading. Students may file appeals or petitions in the Office of Records and Graduation Services. transfer of credit from other schools and re-enrollment for students previously admitted into the program. Specific information regarding the procedures and eligibility for licensing can be found in the “Curriculum” section of this catalog. Remaining applicants will be placed on an alternate list. college entrance exams. Respiratory Care applications for the full-time option are accepted for the fall. ENROLLMENT Students who have already been admitted to the College have two options for enrolling in courses: • Enroll on campus • Enroll using the OCCC web site at mineonline. spring. Returning students who are familiar with their degree requirements and those not seeking a degree or certificate may self advise. Occupational Therapy Assistant. Students who wish to petition for a change in their residence classification must submit an Application for Residence Reclassification along with all appropriate support documentation to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. the Division of Health Professions requires (for all on campus programs) an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) background check to include a criminal history. Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Additionally. the student contact the instructor to obtain information on the attendance policy and coursework missed. and for Summer entry into the Baccalaureate to RN Program. orderly fashion. • Standard credit hour fees will be assessed for audited courses.occc. Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Students are also encouraged to work concurrently with their faculty advisor in the academic discipline of their degree choice. New students are accepted into the program during the fall and the spring semesters. This test is not an admissions test but rather a placement instrument used to foster the academic success of students enrolling at Oklahoma City Community College. or high school curricular requirements will be placed in courses to develop these skills before enrolling in higher-level courses. a student must meet all eligibility requirements for admission to the institution. a more extensively nationwide Background Report and random drug testing are required for clinical eligibility. Surgical Technology. It is important for students to meet with an advisement professional to establish a Student Academic Plan (SAP). A student may audit only those courses in which they have met all prerequisites. contact the Office of Records and Graduation Services. These programs currently include: Nursing. selection criteria. and mathematics are required to enroll in credit courses. • A grade of “AU” will be posted on the official college transcript for each course audited (see Grading System). Late Enrollment At Oklahoma City Community College students may. The student’s previous educational training. Auditing a Course Auditing gives students the opportunity to participate in a course without concern for credits or grades. and science. Students who enroll late are responsible for any coursework missed. . under certain circumstances. prior to the next class meeting. Classes will be selected from eligible applicants and ranked according to program preference points and or GPA according to program requirements. Students can also re-take a course in which they have already earned credit. and other relevant test results will be used to assist in placement and the selection of courses. entry-level skills required. admission of licensed LPN and OK licensed paramedics applicants for the nursing program. Surgical Technology. certain course prerequisites.Evaluation of Academic Preparation All credentials submitted during the application process will be evaluated during the admission process. and timelines. Students who must enroll late may contact the Office of Academic Advising for late enrollment conditions. Students may be required to take a college assessment test to determine a proficiency level in English. Only completed applications will be accepted. To audit a course. mathematics. which occurs after the first class meeting of a semester is considered to be a late enrollment. Applications are accepted for fall and spring program entries into the Traditional Nursing Program. sex offender. to increase proficiency in a particular profession or for personal enrichment. and Respiratory Care. Academic Forgiveness Appeals Committee This committee reviews student petitions for the Reprieve and the Renewal options of Academic Forgiveness. These courses are primarily designed to meet educational needs in the community which are not met by the formal degree and certificate programs. Special applications are available for these programs and must be completed and submitted by the deadlines listed on the individual application form. Special admission procedures exist regarding advanced placement. for Fall entry into the The Nursing Career Ladder Pathway (LPN and OK licensed paramedics to RN). Occupational Therapy Assistant. writing. and violent offender search. See specific applications for detailed information. based upon information provided on the student’s application for admission. If you have questions on course selection. will be made as to whether a student qualifies for Oklahoma resident status. or general academic information contact Office of Academic Advising at www. It is critical that. Diagnostic Medical Sonography is a 15 month program.edu/acs/or call (405) 682-7535. procedures. For application forms. * Due to clinical agency requirements.. reading. This determination will be based on the policies of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. and Respiratory Care Programs Certain programs are restricted to a limited number of students and have a special admission and enrollment procedures. Students who do not meet required entry-level skills.edu. A faculty advisor can help ensure that major specific educational objectives are met in an efficient. with applications for the part-time option accepted for fall. Audit enrollment guidelines are as follows: • A student must indicate during their initial enrollment that they intend to “audit” a course. and specific application deadlines. which can be obtained in the Office of Records and Graduation Services. Physical Therapist Assistant.

............... educational program fees....................... EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FEES Oklahoma Residents: Resident Tuition ........... Student Technology Fee ...... parking permits.................... $5...................... Activities include musical entertainment........... and this applied music lessons fee.. satisfaction and outcomes assessments for students..........00 per credit hour This fee covers recording and transcription costs for Cooperative Alliance Credit......00 per credit hour Private music lessons for credit are designed for degree-seeking students........... Assessment Fee ....................... $10.. web-enhanced and telecourse students to offset the cost of offering this type of instruction........................... See academic calendar for exact withdraw dates.......................................................30 per credit hour Student Technology Fee ........ Total ................... Additional Fees and Special Fees Many services are included in the enrollment fee... $35................... $180.............. $5..00 per semester Summer ...00 per credit hour Applied Music Lessons Fee ............ All refunds for credit students................ five-. cards.00 per credit hour This fee covers the cost of maintaining current editions of needed books........30 per credit hour The funds generated by this fee go toward paying the debt on the Wellness Center... various student activities are available through the Office of Student Life................... a student must complete and submit an add/drop form in the Office of Records and Graduation Services or withdraw on the college web site at mineonline........ Exceptions are: On-campus Exam/Advanced Standing Fee ........................... American College Testing (Local/Residual).......00 New Student Application/Records Processing Fee.00 per credit hour Assessment Fee ............................... $8.....00 per credit hour Non-Residents of Oklahoma: Resident Tuition ........... Moore Norman Technology Center.. work transfer to another state) that occurred after the add/ drop or withdrawal deadline and /or prevented the student from withdrawing by the deadline.... midlevel...............15 per credit hour This fee covers the costs associated with Commencement... Students eligible to receive Cooperative Alliance Credit are those who are attending Francis Tuttle Technology Center...... Non-Credit Music Lessons Fee ................ or eight-week class will be charged 100% fees for any classes added and will receive a 100% refund for any courses dropped...... Cooperative Alliance Administrative Fee ........ will be processed in accordance with preferences selected using your OCCC debit card at www....... including financial aid... Eligibility is determined by the Guidelines for Approval of Cooperative Agreements Vocational-Technical Schools and Colleges established by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. $15........occc.. To withdraw from a class.... $140... Mid America Technology Center and Metro Technology Center in a Cooperative Alliance Program................ and the student newspaper........................ occcdebitcard... Students may still withdraw from classes after the add/drop period but will receive no refund and will be billed for any outstanding payment due................ $10............... $25.............00 per credit hour This fee is charged to online....... intramural sports.................... $5.. in addition to supplementing the budgets for security staff and parking lots.... $5............... NO REFUNDS WILL BE AWARDED FOR WITHDRAWALS AFTER THE ADD/DROP PERIOD....... edu.... Electronic Media Fee .... six-. The appeal must be filed within 90 days of the end of the semester in question...00 per credit hour Total . College Union.........00 per credit hour Maintenance and system upgrade of the College computers along with current software programs are provided with this fee................ a film series............. Library Fee ........ parking lots..................... To be considered for an Emergency Drop/Late Withdrawal the student must submit a written appeal (forms available in the Office of Records and Graduation Services) along with support documentation to the Office of Records and Graduation Services...... $10. located in the Main Building.. and classrooms are being equipped with the necessary technology to assist students in the learning process... The student activity fee funds these activities and all students are encouraged to participate.... In addition...... the student activity fee and the facility use fee............... $70......... recreation equipment....................................... this fee supports the cost of the placement tests for entering students. along with an up-to-date video and audio section to assist students in their learning process............... The appeal will be reviewed by a committee and the committee’s decision will be final.. Finance and late charges accrued will not be reduced........................ Monthly activity calendars are available in the Office of Student Life...........................00 per credit hour Library Fee .... In addition....................................... It also supports the maintenance and upkeep of those facilities..............00 per course Non-credit private music lessons are designed for students who are seeking self enrichment........00 per credit hour Student Activity Fee ............00 per semester This fee will be charged to international students to cover costs of processing immigration documents and monitoring student enrollments in compliance with Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) regulations..... $1.. NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE AFTER THIS PERIOD EXCEPT AS STIPULATED FOR ENROLLMENT OF TITLE IV RECIPIENTS.................................. $60...........................55 per credit hour Non-Resident Tuition .... Facility Use Fee ..... student I..........00 CLEP Examinations........... family events and lecture series......... $50..................................Course Withdrawal/Schedule Adjustment Students adjusting their schedules or completely withdrawing from all classes during the first two weeks of a sixteen-week class or the first week of a four-.......00 International Student Status Maintenance Fee Fall/Spring.. $5.......... Aquatic Center and the SEM Center...... Students may withdraw without refund any time prior to the fourth quarter of a semester (through the twelfth week of a sixteen-week semester or the sixth week of an eight-week semester). Payments made by credit card will be refunded to the credit card.. Officially withdrawing from a course will not negatively affect academic standing with respect to the College’s Academic Retention Policy..... $84. diplomas................... $12... withdrawals processed after the add/ drop period may adversely affect financial aid status.. $1........ $2...... Student Activity Fee ............ $224............55 per credit hour This is the cost of tuition set forth by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education............ However....................................00 per credit hour EMERGENCY DROP/LATE WITHDRAWAL Students may petition to withdraw after the add/drop or withdrawal deadline if an emergency situation exists....... An emergency is defined as an extraordinary and unforeseen event (such as an illness requiring hospitalization.. $60.......... these degree-seeking students must pay tuition................com.D.................... All of the various labs 16 .............. $2..........................................15 per credit hour Facility Use Fee ...00 per credit hour The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education requires entry level..

$13. or on their date of enrollment. or remain enrolled. The calculation of earned vs......00 per credit hour OPTION 2: Make Monthly Payments* Students may choose to pay their fees on a monthly basis.. Students age 65 and older who audit a course may request to have the enrollment fee waived.. students WILL be canceled from any future enrollments if they have not paid in full by the final payment due date for the semester..Science Lab Fee ..... Oklahoma City Community College does use the services of a collection agency for all accounts that remain unpaid after the end of the semester. a noncredit student must withdraw in the Office of Recreation and Fitness at (405) 682-7860.... See academic calendar for dates. unearned funds is based directly on the portion of the semester the student attended before totally withdrawing. A Bursar hold will be placed upon records and enrollment activity..... .. Fees Are Subject to Change In the event that the Oklahoma State Regents For Higher Education authorize a fee change.... Non-Credit Recreation and Fitness Classes Full refunds will be granted to non-credit students who officially withdraw prior to the end of the first class meeting.. Refunds (Credit Courses) Schedule Changes / Withdrawals Students adjusting their schedules or completely withdrawing from all classes during the first two weeks of a 16-week class or the first week of a four-... Finance and Late Charges accrued will not be reduced..... five-.... and incur no finance charges........ Books and Supplies Most courses have required books and supplies........... Supplemental Fees Authorization has been given by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to charge supplemental fees in addition to the educational program fees for courses in two programs: Remedial (Zero-Level) Courses ..... Students who withdraw after the start of the second class meeting will not qualify for a refund..... To officially withdraw. The Intercept Program allows a state agency to take a debtor’s tax refund and apply it to their indebtedness which may result in collection of debt many years in the future... In compliance with the College’s fee payment policy. $18. workshops... A Late Payment Charge of $20 will be applied to any payment not received by the 5th of each month.... Academic Competiveness Grants.. ....... See academic calendar for exact withdrawal dates. students must contact Corporate Learning at (405) 682-7562... Refunds for Schedule Changes or Complete Withdrawals If you choose to make changes to your schedule or completely withdraw from all your classes during the first two weeks of a 16-week class.....00 per course Child Development Lab Fee. Students will receive a refund only for classes from which they withdraw prior to or during the official refund period.. $15.. Fee due dates are listed in the College Class Schedule and the College Catalog...... SEOG. six................ Students enrolling after the beginning of the semester may pay their tuition and fees on their date of enrollment or prior to the next monthly payment date and incur no finance charges. six or eight-week class. Students who withdraw after the first class meeting and before the start of the second class meeting will receive an 80% refund. in any future semesters. Students should withdraw from any classes in which they do not wish to be enrolled prior to the due date in order to avoid finance charges.. Instead.00 per credit hour The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education have endorsed an additional fee per credit hour for the developmental educational courses at all Oklahoma colleges and universities.. Non-Credit Corporate Learning Classes Participants enrolled in non-credit classes.. Oklahoma City Community College does use the services of a collection agency for all past due accounts that remain unpaid after the end of the semester. students WILL be canceled from any future enrollments if they have not paid in full by the final payment due date for the semester. OR the first week of a four.. Complete Withdrawal of Students Who Are Title IV Recipients Recipients of Federal Title IV student financial assistance funds (Pell Grants.... you will not be charged for your 17 Fee Payment Options Students may choose to pay their tuition and fees prior to the beginning of the semester or by making monthly payments.. Fee Payment Students at Oklahoma City Community College will be charged tuition and fees for all classes in which they are enrolled as of the fee due date for the semester.. $5. In compliance with the College’s fee payment policy.. The Intercept System allows a state agency to take a debtor’s tax refund and apply it to their indebtedness which may result in collection of debt many years in the future......... *Students choosing to pay tuition and fees on a monthly basis are required to comply with the payment schedule in order to enroll... Students enrolling after the initial due date must pay in full at the time of enrollment or go to the Bursar’s Office to find out the minimum payment due..or eight-week class will be charged 100% fees for any courses added and will receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees for any courses dropped.......50 per credit hour Fees for Auditing a Course Students taking credit courses for no grade will pay the same enrollment fees and tuition as regular credit students. To officially withdraw.. seminars or other activities offered by Corporate Learning who officially withdraw before the scheduled starting time will receive a 100% refund.. authorized by House Bill No. This calculation is not related to the College’s tuition refund policy...... It is in addition to the College’s Refund policy and is required by Federal Title IV regulations. A Bursar hold will be placed upon records and enrollment activity.. Monthly payments will include a 2% finance charge on the outstanding balance. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE CANCELLED FROM CLASSES DUE TO NON-PAYMENT OF FEES BY THE FEE DUE DATE.... No refunds will be made after this period except as stipulated for enrollment of Title IV recipients. Stafford and Plus Loans) who completely withdraw from the College during a semester may be required to repay a portion of the funds that are determined to be unearned.... As an estimate.. students will be assessed accordingly.. authorized by House Bill No...... students will be automatically billed on a monthly basis for all tuition and fees due (see below).... 1314 of the State of Oklahoma in 1983... budget $150 per course for books and supplies.. Off-campus Courses... Students who choose to make monthly payments will be assessed a finance charge.... Oklahoma City Community College also participates in the State of Oklahoma’s Warrant Intercept Program..... 1314 of the State of Oklahoma in 1983... Payment in full will be required by the last monthly billing date for the semester. See the academic calendar for exact withdrawal dates. Students who pay on their date of enrollment or by the fee due date for the semester will pay tuition and fees only.. Oklahoma City Community College also participates in the State of Oklahoma’s Warrant Intercept Program.. Participants who fail to officially withdraw will be billed..... or they will be billed for the class.. OPTION 1: Pay Fees by Due Date Students may pay their tuition and fees prior to the beginning of the semester (see published fee due date) by the published fee due date....

occcdebitcard. scholarships. If you are a dependent student. will be processed in accordance with preferences selected using your OCCC debit card at www. focusing primarily on the income and assets of the student’s family. and are awarded by the published tuition/fee due date and who maintain financial aid eligibility will have their tuition deducted from their financial aid. Balances due after financial assistance is applied are the responsibility of the student. Your academic history at Oklahoma City Community College and other post high school academic and technical programs will be evaluated in determining satisfactory academic progress. Financial assistance consists of grants. and incur finance and late charges consistent with College policy. and other resources of the student’s family. and work. Financial Aid at OCCC will notify you of any additional information or documentation. If you are receiving student financial assistance funds (Pell Grants. 4. tuition waivers. assets. enrollment. 3. 2. If you do not receive a SAR within three weeks. College and/or federal aid insufficient to cover their charges in full are responsible for the remaining balance due after their award(s) are credited to their account. taking non-credit classes.S.pin. including financial aid. will be processed in accordance with preferences selected using your OCCC debit card at www. If you did not provide an email address. Eligible programs at Oklahoma City Community College include associate degree and one-year certificate programs (30 credit hours). Eligibility criteria include being a U. Once the EFC is determined. Financial assistance is available to degree-seeking students and students seeking certain certificates of mastery from Oklahoma City Community College.gov. Students who withdraw from classes during the official refund period will be refunded for tuition/fees they may have paid. You should apply as early as possible after January 1st of each calendar year for college attendance the next fall semester. Students selected for verification will be notified by letter from Financial Aid of specific documents required. 6. Return of Federal Title IV Funds upon complete withdrawal. Students are expected to read and understand the basic policies and procedures which apply to the application for and receipt of financial assistance including Verification of FAFSA data requirements.com. They will be billed monthly and incur appropriate finance and late charges calculated on the remaining balance. It is in addition to the College’s Refund policy and is required by Federal Title IV regulations. family size. and academic progress. Attendance. citizen or eligible noncitizen. and the potential posting of failing grades. After your FAFSA is processed you will be sent an email with a link to your SAR (Student Aid Report). i. loans. apply no later than April 15th prior to the next fall semester.occcdebitcard. After you receive your SAR. Finance and Late Charges accrued will not be reduced. and records of untaxed income. Students who are awarded state. and number of individuals attending college. 18 . unearned funds is based directly on the portion of the semester you attended before totally withdrawing. and rights and responsibilities for students borrowing and repaying Federal Stafford Loans. Follow up on your FAFSA. call the FAFSA helpline at 1-800-433-3243. a parent must apply for a pin number as well. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE DROPPED FROM CLASSES FOR NON-PAYMENT OF TUITION/FEES. Financial Aid Applicants Students who apply for Federal Student Aid. To be eligible for school and state grants. finance and late charges will be reduced as appropriate and any remaining balance due may be paid by assistance credited to the student’s account. high school diploma or GED or acceptable scores on a college assessment test or six hours of college credit towards an eligible program of study. All refunds for credit students.ed.com. Payments made by credit card will be refunded to the credit card. How to Apply for Financial Assistance 1. FINANCIAL AID AND VETERANS SERVICES Oklahoma City Community College pledges to assist students and families who may need help in meeting the cost of attending college. You must submit academic transcripts from all schools attended to the College Records Office. Satisfactory Academic Progress. including financial aid.com.S. The outcome of the analysis is the Expected Family Contribution (EFC). acceptance for admission to college to pursue an eligible program of study (major). occcdebitcard.. SEOG. Financial aid information and advisement is provided to assist students in identifying resources to effectively meet college expenses.ed.e. 5. Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submitting it to the Federal Central Processing System initiates the determination of your eligibility by analyzing the data your family has provided. or merely taking classes. Payments made by credit card will be refunded to the credit card. Students applying for and receiving financial assistance must be making satisfactory academic progress as defined by Student Financial Support Services and based on federal regulations. The role of (Financial Aid and Veterans Services) is to assist students financially so they can benefit from the advantages of an education at Oklahoma City Community College. Guaranteed and Plus Loans) and completely withdraw from the College during a semester. the student and schools you listed on the FAFSA will receive the results called a Student Aid Report (SAR).fafsa. Students who are not awarded by the published fee due date and have not paid their tuition will automatically be billed on a monthly basis. enrolling in college classes while still in high school. but not pursuing a degree or certificate are not eligible for Federal Title IV Student Financial Assistance Programs. Apply for a pin at www. Students auditing coursework. Certificate programs of at least 16 credit hours may be eligible if all courses in the program apply to the same associate degree program at OCCC. All students should apply for financial assistance by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to access assistance they may be eligible for. Payments made by credit card will be refunded to the credit card. When federal aid is awarded and applied to their account. In determining need. Assistance offers vary depending on the amount of financial need. you may be required to repay a portion of the funds that are determined to be “unearned. Students must withdraw from any classes in which they no longer wish to remain enrolled prior to the tuition/fees due date in order to avoid billing. Formulas for determining a family’s ability to finance college expenses are based on a wide range of factors. Apply online at www. The pin number will allow you to sign your FAFSA electronically and later access your processed FAFSA online. your alien registration number if you are not a U.gov. finance charges. Basic Eligibility Eligibility for Federal Title IV Student Financial Assistance is dependent upon federal criteria established for each program. Credit balances will be processed in accordance with preferences selected using your OCCC debit card at www. a permanent resident. See the academic calendar for exact withdrawal dates. All refunds for credit students.” The calculation of earned vs. citizen. Gather required information to fill out your FAFSA. it will be mailed to you. the College must first consider all financial support expected from the income. No refunds will be made after this period except as stipulated for firsttime enrollment of Federal Title IV recipients. Financial Aid Staff can then evaluate your eligibility for various assistance programs.changes and will receive a refund of tuition/fees only. federal tax information. which is a measure of your family’s ability to pay for college. You will need your driver’s license number if you have one. This calculation is not related to the College’s tuition refund policy.

. Indirect Costs are costs a student incurs that are not directly paid to the college but are incurred as a result of being a student......350 for 2009-10.. Students are also required to maintain financial aid satisfactory academic progress to retain their eligibility for subsequent award years and must maintain sufficient enrollment to qualify for funds each semester...... The Last Friday in May Spring Semester ........... These costs can be met with financial assistance funds remaining after direct costs are covered.... will have cost of attendance reduced to reflect enrollment less than the standard 16 weeks of attendance. A copy is mailed each year with a student’s initial notification of Federal Title IV Funds awarded.. Students who are enrolled for midsemester or fast track classes only.. books and supplies at OCCC... makes any necessary corrections......... (12 credit hours fall and 12 credit hours spring.. Tuition costs are subject to legislative and College adjustments that may occur subsequent to publication of this catalog. Students selected for verification are notified by a document tracking letter including a verification information sheet... and awards financial assistance may take several weeks..) Part time average costs of attendance figures are based on 6 credit hours fall and 6 credit hours spring..... The maximum Pell Grant for a full-time student with the greatest financial need will be $5.. or visit the Financial Aid Office web page to view the policy at www... and miscellaneous costs.000 for the academic year.. a student who enrolls in 12 credit hours each semester (fall/spring) or 24 credit hours a year will incur approximately $2.... The entire verification process from the time the Financial Aid Office begins the review of applicant data.. You may obtain a copy from Financial Aid.. Exclusively Online: DEPENDENT STUDENT Tuition/Fees Books/Supplies Room/Board Personal/Miscellaneous TOTAL INDEPENDENT STUDENT Tuition/Fees Books/Supplies Room/Board Personal/Miscellaneous TOTAL $ 2304 $ 1000 $ 8258 $ 1252 $ 12814 $ 2304 $ 1000 $ 2714 $ 1252 $ 7270 Part-Time: DEPENDENT STUDENT Tuition/Fees Books/Supplies Room/Boards Transportation Personal/Miscellaneous Total INDEPENDENT STUDENT Tuition/Fees Books/Supplies Room/Board Transportation Personal/Miscellaneous Total $ 1008 $ 500 $ 8258 $ 2400 $ 1252 $ 13418 $ 1008 $ 500 $ 2714 $ 2400 $ 1252 $ 7874 Special Requirements To qualify for any Federal Title IV Student Financial Assistance....... Based on direct costs and probable changes for the 200910 academic year... By filing the FAFSA each year.occc....... General costs figures for academic year 2009-2010 are listed below and are estimated for full-time tuition.. edu/financialaid..... To ensure a student’s financial assistance offer will be ready prior to published tuition and fees due dates. The Last Friday in April The process of reviewing student applications selected for verification for the academic year usually begins in February. or High School scholarships will have reduced direct costs..... we are available to clarify any questions you have... For more information... Financial Assistance Average Costs of Attendance: Financial assistance average costs of attendance figures are reviewed annually and updated as appropriate....... Exclusively online students should deduct transportation costs from the total. Students who receive a state or OCCC scholarship for tuition charges such as OKC-Go..... . and verification worksheet... and college resources to meet most of their 19 .. families and students are able to access a combination of federal... The Last Friday in October Summer Semester ..... Students who do not qualify for sufficient Pell Grant funds may borrow an amount to cover their direct costs.occc.... students must apply each year. call Financial Aid at (405) 682-7525 or access the web page at www.. See this catalog or the Student Handbook for a copy of the College’s Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.016 for the year. room and board.... If you totally withdraw during a semester or were paid for a course you were not attending you may owe a repayment of federal grant funds........ Commuter:PENDENT STUDENT DEPENDENT STUDENT Tuition/Fees Books/Supplies Room/Board Transportation Personal/Miscellaneous TOTAL INDEPENDENT STUDENT Tuition/Fees Books/Supplies Room/Board Transportation Personal/Miscellaneous TOTAL $ 2016 $ 1000 $ 8258 $ 2400 $ 1252 $ 14926 $ 2016 $ 1000 $ 2714 $ 2400 $ 1252 $ 9382 Net Costs It is important for families and students to know the range of costs associated with college attendance... Although the Financial Aid Office staff cannot complete your FAFSA for you... Direct Costs include tuition and fees. Oklahoma’s Promise. all requested documents must be submitted to Financial Aid by the following dates: Fall Semester ..... Books and supplies costs vary but could be $500 each semester or $1. Total direct costs will be about $3.016 in tuition and fees.. state....edu/financialaid... Students who will need help to meet indirect costs will need to accept financial assistance offers to help with these additional expenses..... A student who files the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) would be eligible for some type of assistance (grant and/loan) to cover direct costs.......... Many students at OCCC receive a Pell Grant sufficient to cover direct costs.... requests any additional documents.........All students who apply for and receive financial assistance must be making satisfactory academic progress as determined by Student Financial Support Services... Indirect costs include transportation.....

Students should check with the Financial Aid Office at the transfer school if they have been ACG eligible to see if they are eligible for a Federal SMART Grant. not owe a federal grant repayment.500 1st Academic Year Maximum $4. This grant has additional criteria related to specific academic program majors in science. The amount a student can receive depends on the student’s need. To renew a Federal Pell Grant.expenses. Students who have earned a bachelor’s degree are not eligible for a Federal Pell Grant at Oklahoma City Community College. part-time or less than half-time. and the amount of other assistance the student is X FAFSA X FAFSA Earned through Military Service See OCCC Veteran Services X FEDERAL FAMILY EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAMS PROGRAMS Need Based Students Subsidized Stafford Student Loan $3. The net costs to the family to attend OCCC are minimal for those who seek available assistance. Federal Stafford and PLUS loans as well as Federal Work Study. a student must reapply each academic year to have their eligibility assessed. Federal SEOG. 2005 having completed a rigorous academic program of study as defined in federal regulations.500 2nd Academic Year Maximum Non-Need Based Unsubsidized Stafford Student Loan $3. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) The Federal SEOG is a federal grant program limited to students who have exceptional financial need. Students may be eligible for summer Pell.500 1st Academic Year Maximum $4. Final payment amount each semester is based on credit hours a student has at the close of the semester schedule adjustment period for the 16-week semester. Credit balances remaining on the students account will be available to the student. Students are paid once each semester (fall and spring).300 Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) Average Award Amount $300 Per Academic Year Federal Work Study Awards Range From $2.400-$4. Students who are transferring to a four year college or university may be eligible for a similar grant called the SMART Grant. whether the student is full-time. A student must be a half time student each semester they receive ACG.) $4. The College Financial Aid Office must document eligibility for the ACG before awarding funds.500 2nd Academic Year Maximum (Independent students may qualify for an additional unsubsidized loan.350 Full Time Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)Full Time Award Amount 1st Year Maximum $750 nd 2 Year Maximum $1. and languages.000 Per Academic Year(full-time) Apply by April 15th Veterans Benefits Varies Based on Benefit Program and Enrollment Level NEED BASED X NON-NEED BASED HOW TO APPLY FAFSA X X FAFSA X X FAFSA Federal Pell Grant Eligibility is based on financial need. All families are strongly encouraged to file the FAFSA to enable the Financial Aid Office to determine their eligibility for most federal and state programs. As a Federal Title IV Grant the ACG recipient is subject to the same regulations as Pell Grant.00 or greater cumulative grade point average (CGPA) and have earned at least 24 credits.000 Maximum Per Academic Year (Dependent students may qualify for an additional unsubsidized. or be in default on any student loan. First year awards may not exceed $750 and second year awards may not exceed $1. ACG is limited to the first two years of college. In addition to rigorous academic program criteria a student must be a Pell Grant recipient in order to receive an ACG.300.000 Maximum Per Academic year Parents Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) Maximum Award is Cost of Attendance Minus Other Resources NEED BASED NON-NEED BASED HOW TO APPLY X FAFSA X FAFSA X FAFSA 20 . Students should apply for tuition waivers each semester as a resource to reduce direct cost TUITION WAIVERS/SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAMS National Guard Tuition Amount Per Semester X Oklahoma Resident Academic and Talent Varies by Awarding Committee X Oklahoma Resident Need Based Varies by Awarding Committee Oklahoma Resident Oklahoma’s Promise (OHLAP) Tuition Amount Per Semester NEED BASED NON-NEED BASED HOW TO APPLY National Guard Unit College Waiver Application College Waiver Application Enroll During Middle School or High School by 10th Grade Financial Assistance Programs: Oklahoma City Community College participates in the following Federal/ State Student Financial Assistance Programs: PROGRAMS Federal Pell Grant Minimum Per Academic Year $976 Maximum Per Academic Year $5. Awarded ACG funds are disbursed to the students account to pay any charges owed the College for tuition and other direct costs owed. Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG) This federal grant is available to students who have graduated from high school after January 1. The amount a student can receive depends on the cost of attendance determined by the College. To receive a second year ACG the student must have a 3.) $2. the availability of Federal SEOG funds. Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress. mathematics. and the student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC) number on the Student Aid Report (SAR).800 Per Academic Year Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant (OTAG) $756 Per Academic Year (part-time) $1. It must be awarded to Federal Pell Grant recipients who have the lowest Expected Family Contribution (EFC). ACG may be reduced or cancelled to avoid over awards of federal funds or to return federal funds when a student withdraws from the College and a share of their federal program funds must be returned. Check with Financial Aid.

Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant (OTAG) Program The source of funds is the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Early application is essential. The federal government pays the interest on the loan while the student is enrolled at least half-time or during other deferment periods. like Stafford Loans. or savings and loan association to help pay for the student’s education. The usual offer to Oklahoma City Community College students is $300 for the academic year. Students must meet the same satisfactory academic progress. Federal Stafford Student Loan (Unsubsidized) The Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan is a low interest loan that is nonneed based. but must do so by the start of the tenth grade. The interest rate on these loans is fixed at 6. Tribes usually send funds to the College Bursar Office once each semester for disbursement to the student’s account. You must also receive exit materials when you leave the College or fall below half-time enrollment status. Students generally work 10 to 20 hours per week during each semester. A minimum enrollment of and attendance in six credit hours throughout the loan period is required. Amounts are based on cost of attendance minus all other resources expected for the student. To apply. Students awarded OTAG are mailed a fact sheet with their award letter. Initial eligibility is determined by the OTAG Program. Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress. Students are responsible for contacting their tribal agency to determine eligibility requirements and deadlines.receiving. and cancellation which apply to the Subsidized Stafford Loan also apply to the Unsubsidized Stafford Loan. the amount may be increased to allow a student to continue a job. not owe a federal grant repayment. meet financial need criteria and be making financial aid satisfactory academic progress. Any credit balance on the account after all charges are paid will be available to the student as a refund. the availability of funds for the program. the college will bill the State of Oklahoma for actual tuition each semester. first-served. Before funds are released. The usual deadline for the Federal Processing System to receive your FAFSA data is April 15th. Students who receive additional types of student financial assistance. use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students must maintain their eligibility by meeting Regent’s grade point average requirements. The Loan provides additional funds for educational expenses and. covering tuition can receive a cash disbursement once OHLAP funds are paid to the College by the State of Oklahoma. If you borrow. This is a first-come. All academic year loans must be released in at least two disbursements. Students are paid once a semester. Amounts Per Academic Year range from $2. release of funds. not be in default or owe a grant repayment. not all exceptionally needy students receive SEOG.spring. When the individual begins attending college. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours each semester. credit union. summer). are made by a lender such as a bank. Students are notified by letter when loan funds are applied to their account or when a loan is returned to the lender or a portion of the loan must be returned. The federal government does not pay the interest on the loan while the student is in school or during other deferment periods. The Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program pays for tuition costs for qualified students. Information on amounts a student may borrow is available from Financial Aid. Federal Work Study students must maintain satisfactory academic progress. and is available from the Financial Aid office. Students are paid once each semester (fall. These loans are guaranteed by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and are insured by the federal government. Participants must meet specific program criteria to maintain eligibility while in high school. These loans are guaranteed by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and insured by the federal government. Federal Stafford Student Loan (Subsidized) This is a low-interest. The student must begin repayment of interest within 60 days of final disbursement of funds for the loan period unless the lender agrees to allow interest to accrue. Oklahoma City Community College awards a scholarship to 21 . The same rules for disbursement. The amount of the offer depends on the student’s need. or be in default on any student loan. loan refunds are usually available to students within 3 days after the lender disburses the funds to the College. A student must be an Oklahoma resident. The student must begin repayment within six months after leaving school or after falling below half-time enrollment status. this program provides jobs for students who are eligible for need-based financial assistance. Submit your class schedule to the Financial Aid Office. Principal and interest payments must begin within six months after you graduate or fall below half-time enrollment status. If remaining need exists and funds are available. Full time awards are a maximum of $500 a semester for 12 or more hours of credit. Students are paid monthly. If the first disbursement occurs after the midpoint of the loan period. To apply. you must receive entrance counseling about borrowing. Parent eligibility for a PLUS is based on the student’s eligibility for Federal Title IV Aid and on the parent meeting certain eligibility criteria. Students should file the FAFSA and contact their tribe as early as possible before a semester. Financial Aid must review and verify all eligibility criteria before final awards are made. OHLAP funds from the state are usually disbursed to the student’s account once each semester. Parents must not be in default on student loans or owe a repayment to federal grant programs. A minimum enrollment of six credit hours is required of the student throughout each loan period. not Oklahoma City Community College. credit union. a student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and appropriate applications provided by their tribe. Financial Aid will review your final eligibility including attendance. Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP) Oklahoma’s Promise OHLAP is a financial assistance program offered by the State of Oklahoma.800 . Once a semester is underway. Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) Federal PLUS are for parent borrowers of dependent students. Part time awards are a maximum of $378 per semester for 6-11 hours of credit. Repayment of Federal PLUS begins 60 days after receiving the last disbursement of the loan period or as agreed upon by the borrower and lender. The same rules for disbursement. default and repayment criteria as required by Federal Title IV regulations. not owe a federal grant repayment or be in default on a student loan.Students must meet previously described satisfactory academic progress. Federal Work-Study (FWS) Employment Funded by the federal government. Funds are awarded on a first come/first serve basis. Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Tribal Grants The source of funding is the BIA and the amounts are determined by each tribe. Information on amounts students may borrow is available from Financial Aid.8%. This program is also limited to students who have not yet earned a bachelor’s degree. and varies with the level of enrollment (part-time or full-time).5%. The annual interest rate for the Loan is 8. Students may cancel their loan at any time during the process including up to 14 days after loan funds are applied to the student’s account. Individuals may begin participation in this program in the eighth grade. or savings and loan association. OHLAP eligible students should notify Student Financial Aid as early as possible before they begin attendance. any credit balance is available to the student as a refund. and the amount of assistance the student receives from other programs. need-based program. and default criteria as required for all other Federal Title IV Aid. Due to limited funding. preferably when they register for each semester. A list of state agencies can be obtained from “The Guide to Federal Student Aid”. Once funds are on the account. A minimum enrollment of and attendance in six credit hours throughout the loan period is required. grant repayment . release of funds. Interested students should contact Financial Aid about Federal Work Study and/or community service positions. The annual interest rate is 6. Information on parent borrowing is available from Financial Aid.0%. Delivery of loan funds to eligible students who have been awarded and complete all necessary paperwork before the start of a semester is scheduled to begin during the week before each semester. The second disbursement must be after the midpoint of the loan payment period (academic year). the lender may send the total amount in one disbursement. Students awarded FWS are mailed a FWS fact sheet with their award letter. Students who are not Oklahoma residents should check with their home state education agency to determine if they are eligible for a grant from their home state.400 to $4. need-based loan made to the student by a lender such as a bank. and cancellation which apply to Stafford Loans apply to PLUS. The College provides a limited number of opportunities for students to work community service jobs including reading and math tutoring.

special advising and referral services are available to individuals receiving veterans benefits. A student on FINANCIAL AID SUSPENSION is not eligible for Federal Title IV assistance. Standards Evaluated: Includes both current and transfer students Grade point average: Academic progress determined by Registrar’s office each semester. B. occc. universities. Formula: Completion Rate = Credit Hours Successfully Completed divided by Credit Hours Attempted. A student placed on FINANCIAL AID NOTICE who has a cumulative course completion rate less than the required 66% at the close of their next semester of enrollment will be placed on FINANCIAL AID PROBATION for their next semester. Grade point average is evaluated each semester and summer term by the Registrar. or visit our web page at www. Successful completion rate of at least 66% of credit hours attempted: Successful completion includes grades of (A. A student on FINANCIAL AID PROBATION who does not earn a 66% cumulative course completion rate during the next semester of enrollment will be placed on FINANCIAL AID SUSPENSION. The three general standards. However.html. Students must be actively pursuing a degree program and begin attendance in the courses for which benefits are certified each semester. occc. Assistance in completing VA paperwork. A grade of I. Grade Point Average (GPA) indicating progress toward a certificate or degree as determined by the College Registrar. masters or graduate/professional degree evaluated each semester including all transfer credits currently on the College database. and CIP). Students placed on FINANCIAL AID NOTICE remain eligible for Federal Title IV assistance. Federal Work Study (FWS). Maximum hours or semesters to complete a degree or certificate: Over 90 credit hours attempted toward a degree or over 45 credit hours toward a certificate program or student’s with a previously earned associate. facility use. However. Students should check with Financial Aid to establish their eligibility well in advance of the need for funds to assist with their attendance in a study abroad course. Students not making progress toward graduation as determined by the Registrar will be ACADEMICALLY SUSPENDED and unable to enroll in classes. P. A student’s Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress must be evaluated even if they have never received federal or state student aid. For additional information on Veterans Services. I. Remedial courses are counted as attempted credit hours for purposes of calculating completion rate. Department of Education regulations governing Title IV financial aid programs evaluate qualitative and quantitative criteria and are listed below. Benefits continue for six years from the date of the first application for the tuition waiver. or technology centers will have their transfer credits listed on the College database evaluated as part of any review of their eligibility. Attempted credit hour completion rate: 66% successful completion rate evaluated each semester at OCCC for coursework taken at OCCC that semester. student activity. Attempted credit hours are those that a student is enrolled in at the close of the schedule adjustment period each semester. A student who is on FINANCIAL AID PROBATION remains eligible for Federal Title IV assistance. A student may not retake a course more than twice (a total of three times) and continue to receive funding for that course. which these standards apply are Federal Pell Grants. This policy is provided with your award letter to help you understand requirements for maintaining your eligibility for Federal Title IV program funding. You will be notified by mail or email. The National Guard member must be attending a state-supported college or university and have not yet earned a baccalaureate degree. bachelors. The financial aid programs to 22 . Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG). C. National Guard Tuition Waiver Program The Oklahoma National Guard Tuition Waiver Program authorizes the waiver of full tuition charges up to 18 credit hours each semester for Oklahoma residents who are members of an Oklahoma National Guard Unit. National Guard members must complete the proper application form from their unit. Federal Parent Loan. The only time a student may retake a course is if the grade previously received will not meet requirements to be counted toward the student’s program of study or graduation requirements. Veterans Services Oklahoma City Community College’s associate degree programs of education and training are approved for payment of benefits by the Veterans Administration. which pays for mandatory fees: assessment. However. Students are expected to submit transcripts from previous schools attended as required Special Topics Students. S. A student who has a cumulative course completion rate less than the required 66% at the close of any semester will be placed on FINANCIAL AID NOTICE for the next semester. W. once it is changed due to course completion. if your current completion rate is 66% or greater you will remain on PROBATION during the next semester. if your semester course completion rate is 66% or greater you will remain on NOTICE during the next semester.S. Transfer Students: Students who have attended other colleges. Payment of VA Educational Benefits is made by the VA directly to the student once the College certifies the enrollment and number of credit hours. they may not be able to receive funds to cover costs of a study abroad program. will be dropped from enrollment and are not eligible to receive financial assistance. If a student has received the maximum amount of funds from programs for which they are eligible during the award year. Federal Academic Competiveness Grant (ACG). AW. technology. A student on FINANCIAL AID NOTICE who achieves a 66% or greater cumulative completion rate during their next semester of enrollment will be placed on FINANCIAL AID SATISFACTORY STATUS. Payments are normally made on a monthly basis. prospective students and/or parents seeking information on the following topics may access the Student Financial Aid web page at www. Students must appeal ACADEMIC SUSPENSION through the Registrar’s office. Other fees will be the student’s responsibility. Students suspended by the Registrar for any semester are unable to enroll. Attempted credits not considered successful are grades of (F. Federal Stafford Loans. You will be notified by mail or email. NP and U). if your semester course completion rate is 66% or greater you will remain SATISFACTORY during the next semester. and the Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant (OTAG). contact the Veterans Certification Office at (405) 682-7694 or 7695. Students must notify Financial Aid in writing once the grade is changed.qualified OHLAP students during each semester of eligibility. and certification of enrollment for VA benefits is available. Study Abroad Programs Students enrolled and attending study abroad courses through Oklahoma City Community College may be eligible for Federal Title IV Student Financial Assistance as long as the course(s) are accepted for credit in the students’ degree program at Oklahoma City Community College. will then be considered in evaluation of progress.edu/financialaid/veterans. Otherwise funds will not be ready when needed. In addition. in accordance with U. The Oklahoma National Guard submits a roster of eligible students to OCCC. D.edu/financialaid to review a variety of student financial assistance FACT SHEETS including these special topics: • Academic Competitiveness Grant • Costs of Attendance • Satisfactory Academic Progress • Financial Aid policy for awarding Federal Title IV Student Financial Assistance (Packaging) • Financial Aid policy for payment and procedures • Requirements for return of Federal Title IV Aid for withdrawn students • Eligibility requirements for students wishing to study abroad and receive Federal Title IV Aid • Deferment and cancellation provisions for student loan borrowers Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards Each student applying for Federal Title IV and/or state tuition grant assistance (OTAG) is subject to these general standards for academic progress. You will be notified by mail or email.

You may contact the Financial Aid Office for clarification of any questions at (405) 682-7525. You may download appeal forms from the OCCC Financial Aid Office webpage. You must notify Financial Aid of the change in your academic status. Other funds received are “unearned. The calculation of “unearned” and “earned” funds has no relationship to students incurred College charges and state mandated refund policies. Federal Return of Funds Regulations for Students Who Totally Withdraw INTRODUCTION Federal regulations for students who receive Federal Title IV funded student financial assistance from the following programs then totally withdraw require a calculation. Normally this will be a sixteen week semester and 60% will be through approximately 10 weeks. Students who change to audit status after being paid will be required to repay funds received for the audited course. B. After the 60% point in the payment period. In addition to the Financial Aid Office appeal process. and the exact number of calendar days in the payment period (semester). Students transferring to OCCC and OCCC students who have earned an associate. You will be notified of the results of your appeal by letter from a Financial Aid Advisor. Students placed on Academic Suspension by the College Registrar for low GPA must appeal through the Registrar’s Office.” 2.by College policy. no return calculations are required for students who officially withdraw. U.CIP. to arrive at an appropriate decision. a student will be placed on FINANCIAL AID PROBATION STATUS. Upon review and if approved. masters. You must state your program of study (major) on the appeal form and submit it to the College Graduation Office for evaluation. Students may officially drop courses or totally withdraw from the College in person at Registration Services (Main Building first floor) or online at www. A copy may also be downloaded from the Financial Aid Office web page at http://www. however. EXAMPLE: 9 hours attempted and 6 hours successfully completed is equal to 66% Students who earn their way off FINANCIAL AID SUSPENSION or have been reinstated by the Registrar must notify the Financial Aid Office to request a review of their eligibility. Calculation of “earned” funds is based on the exact number of calendar days you attend before total withdrawal. CATALOGS. You will be mailed the appropriate appeal form. All satisfactory academic progress criteria will be evaluated not just GPA. 23 . bachelor. You will be notified in writing of the result of your appeal. AW. masters or higher degrees may appeal for a status change to FINANCIAL AID SATISFACTORY STATUS. D. S. AND STUDENT HANDBOOKS PUBLISHED BY THE COLLEGE. This percentage of time spent in attendance is the percentage of federal funds you have earned. or graduate/professional degree or who have total credit hours attempted which exceed the maximum established for an associate degree (90) or certificate (45) must appeal for CONTINUED ELIGIBILITY (CE) and be approved for assistance. by Financial Aid to determine the dollar amount of “unearned” and “earned” funds. 4. or W). Official copies of transcripts should be on file in the Registrar’s Office for evaluation as required by College policy. Students who have exceeded the maximum number of credit hours attempted for a degree (90) or certificate (45) or those who have previously earned an associate. Each appeal is considered on a case-by-case basis. IN THE CLASS SCHEDULES.occc. You will be notified in writing by mail or email of the result of your appeal. A STUDENT WHO WITHDRAWS FROM AN ENROLLMENT PERIOD DURING THE PUBLISHED ADD/DROP DATE RECEIVES A FULL REFUND OF TUITION AND FEES. students who have been suspended for a less than 66% completion rate may earn their way off suspension by taking at least six (6) credit hours in one semester or summer term and successfully complete all 6 of those credits without receiving Federal Title IV student financial aid. Students transferring to OCCC will have all previous college level coursework taken and on the College database counted as credit hours attempted toward the maximum allowable hours (90 or 45). The student’s complete academic history and their educational plans will be reviewed and evaluated by a Financial Aid Advisor. 1st 3rd 4th 5th 6th Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan Federal Plus Loan Federal Pell Grant Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant Federal SEOG 2nd Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan OKLAHOMA CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE IS STILL REQUIRED TO CALCULATE A REFUND OF TUITION AND FEES BY OKLAHOMA STATE REGENTS POLICY AS STATED ON YOUR FEE STATEMENT. grades in college credit courses (transfer and OCCC) are counted toward the maximum number of credit hours attempted with grades (A. Students who have not maintained a course completion rate of 66% and were placed on FINANCIAL AID SUSPENSION may appeal for a change of status to FINANCIAL AID PROBATION for the next semester. THE COLLEGE KEEPS 100%. • Courses not counted in calculating financial aid payment are not counted in evaluating Financial Aid Academic Progress: • Course credits earned by Advance Placement testing • Courses taken on audit basis. Students may appeal this decision by completing an appropriate appeal form from the Financial Aid Office. AFTER THE ADD/DROP DATE THERE IS NO REFUND. occc. Check with the Financial Aid Office for the exact date of the 60% point each semester. Students who take more than 6 credit hours in one semester must complete 66% of those credits without receiving financial aid. Earned federal funds are determined for all recipients of Federal Title IV funds who totally withdraw from school before they reach the 60% point in the period of time for which they were paid. P. I. You will be notified by mail or email of the decision. Financial Aid will then reevaluate your eligibility for Federal Title IV assistance. bachelor. Maximum Credit Hours Attempted: Completion of an associate degree within 90 credit hours attempted from all schools attended or a certificate within 45 credit hours attempted. There is a definite advantage to staying in school in order to “earn” the funds you receive. as determined by the school. 3.edu/financialaid. Those who have not met standards of satisfactory academic progress established in this document based on transfer credits and coursework at OCCC will be placed on FINANCIAL AID SUSPENSION and are not eligible for financial assistance. The Graduation Office will inform Financial Aid of the number of credit hours remaining for you to complete your program. The Oklahoma City Community College Financial Aid Office Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards can be found in the College Catalog and is in the College Student Handbook.edu Call 682-7512 for assistance. The school and the student must return funds to one or more assistance programs in the following order: Only Federal Title IV Student Aid Funds are considered. • Courses classified as Intensive English (IE) or English as a Second Language (ESL) • Courses classified as Recreational and Community Service (RCS) Regaining Eligibility After Being Placed on Suspension 1. C. Remedial courses are not counted toward the maximum credit hours attempted to earn a degree or certificate.

214.20. For more information and scholarship application forms. The Financial Aid Office will determine if a “Post Withdrawal Disbursement” is allowable for students who withdraw throughout a semester including withdrawals after the 60% date.occc. contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions at (405) 682-OCCC (6222). High School Scholarships The Regent’s Scholars Program. Please call at (405) 682-7525.59 $1. These students are considered to have unofficially withdrawn.20 x 52.BASIC CALCULATION • Payment period is 113 calendar days.2 % = $285.8 % of the number of payment period days. by regulation. the remaining unearned share ($1. academic promise and/or economic need. be enrolled half time as defined by the College Registrar. • The school pays the lesser of the total unearned aid ($1.026. • Students who receive all failing grades for a semester (fall.312. or visit our web site at www.36) the student by regulation will repay the usual monthly repayment by the terms of the loan promissory note. • Student stayed 47. A student who received less “earned” Title IV financial assistance prior to totally withdrawing may be entitled to additional funds for the semester if all federal regulations for allowing a disbursement are met. EXAMPLE .64).874. Student stays 54 days and withdraws. spring. a two-year scholarship (tuition and book allowance). External Scholarships The Office of Recruitment and Admissions assists students in searching for and applying for externally funded scholarships.23. visit our web site at www. The College will return any grant funds you owe to the federal program. Some scholarships may have requirements as specified by the donor or fund source.026. This will result in a bill for tuition and fees owed the College being sent to you since the College cannot keep Federal Funds that are not earned.edu/admissions/fa. the Presidential Scholarship Program. The amount the student is calculated to owe is less than the protected Pell Grant amount.edu/ admissions/fa. call (405) 682-7525.874.edu/admissions/fa. summer) will have their last date of attendance in each of their courses calculated based on attendance through 50% of the semester.77 earned aid • Since “earned” aid is less than disbursed aid.00 disbursed aid . Each academic department sets its own GPA requirements for merit and talent waivers.77 “earned aid” = $1500.562.00 Subsidized Stafford Loan (SSTE) $1. If a repayment is due the student has 45 days to make payment from the date they are notified by letter from the Financial Aid Office. academic achievement and talent.The school and you must return the percentage of “unearned” funds you have received to the Federal Title IV programs. current. Awards are made semester by semester and applied to the student’s account. The College will also bill you for the federal funds it returned on your behalf.edu. Tuition Waiver Scholarships Tuition Waiver Scholarships are available to new. Students will be notified of the calculation and the amount of repayment of Federal Title IV funds owed to a financial aid program and will be billed by the College for tuition and fees owed the College. Each share (College and student) is calculated.00 Pell Grant $2. For more information. funds must be returned.214. • Federal funds disbursed to the student during payment period $1.59) must be returned (repaid) by the student. If a repayment is due from a Title IV Grant a student once notified has 45 days to repay. Academic Competitiveness Grant or SEOG) are not eligible for future Federal Title IV student aid funds including Federal Stafford loans and Federal Work Study at any school until repayment is made.2 % unearned. a one-year scholarship (tuition only) are available for recent high school graduates.occc.html. SCHOLARSHIPS Oklahoma City Community College’s Scholarship Program is funded through private donors. or visit our web site at www.36) is $188.00 grade point average.occc. return $285. If so the student will be notified in writing. foundations. e-mail psst@occc.00 Total x 47. state agencies.23 “unearned aid” • It is assumed by regulations that Federal Title IV funds paid for college charges (tuition / fees).64. Students should watch for these notices.8 % = $1. or Federal SEOG Grant. by regulation. • Students who have questions about withdrawing from a course or total withdrawal from the College can call the Financial Aid Office for information about the impact of withdrawing on their future financial assistance eligibility. Prospective and current students must be Oklahoma Residents. After 45 days the College must report the repayment debt to the National Student Data System. however.$1. and the Freshman Scholarship. • $2. • Of the remaining loan amount to be paid ($1. the Federal Title IV grant aid awarded was $1562 in Pell Grant and it was all disbursed. In this example. 52.373.500. 50% of all Title IV grant aid disbursed plus Title IV grant aid awarded that could have been disbursed is protected.64 to the lender since the loan funds are returned before grant funds and the school pays its share first. Need-based waivers are generally awarded by Financial Aid while academic and talent waivers are awarded by the various academic departments of the College and by the College Administration. Interested students may contact Student Financial Aid for more information. the College must. This scholarship may provide six credit hours of waived tuition or a book allowance in the student store. • Once the school repays its “unearned” share ($285. Eligibility requirements may vary for these competitive scholarships. Continuing students must maintain at least a 2. Students may register with this office and will be notified as external or private scholarship funds 24 . Therefore $ 1562 X 50% = $781 is protected. • Therefore. leadership. endowments. and concurrently enrolled students. a two-year scholarship (tuition and book allowance). Therefore there is no immediate repayment of loan funds required. You will be notified of the amount paid to Federal Pell Grant. Academic Competitiveness Grant. • Student tuition and fees for payment period totals $547. Career Development Scholarship The Career Development Scholarship is available to new and current adult students who wish to further their career through education.html. please contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions at (405) 682-OCCC (6222). No repayment of Federal Pell is due from the student.htmlor contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions at (405) 682-OCCC (6222).373. Tuition Waivers are awarded based on financial need. • The remaining amount of the student’s unearned share ($1. • Students who owe a repayment of Federal Title IV grant funds (Pell. Students may qualify by demonstrating scholastic ability. The College will return its share of Federal Title IV Funds from funds applied to your student account. Applications are available at Financial Aid based on a deadline date for each semester published in the student newspaper. For more information or scholarship application forms.23) or the “unearned” college charges $547. etc. For more information.

Additionally. Checks may be cashed in the Bookstore for $20 with a current student I. and test registration. and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (ODHS). fax (405) 682-7824. (405) 682-7533. The Bookstore does not buy old editions. computer literacy. provided they are in clean condition and the Bookstore is not overstocked. This test may be used to determine admission status to a college. The CT Multimedia Classroom and Computer Lab provide individualized tutoring and assistance in exploring each student’s personal interests and training needs. A “Book Buy Back” period will be held the last week of classes for Fall and Spring semesters and the last three days of classes for the Summer semester. TESTING AND ASSESSMENT Test Center The Test Center provides course-related and assessment testing in a secure and comfortable state of the art environment. GED Classes and Testing Oklahoma City Community College offers Adult Basic Education (ABE)/ General Educational Development (GED) classes and GED testing. (405) 682OCCC (6222). (toefl. card. call the Office of Recruitment and Admissions at (405) 682-OCCC (6222). which is designed for students seeking admission to this College. If students are unsure about their college plans or would like scores sent to another college.occc. The scores cannot be transferred to another college. Residual testing is available to students planning to enroll at Oklahoma City Community College. Typically.D. Oklahoma City Community College offers only the Institutional Test. or visit our web site at www.come available. proof of age.edu/acs/ assessment. Staff members are available to acquaint students with testing procedures and to assure that students are taking the appropriate tests. toefl.occc. books with software licenses or online passcodes.occc. and vocational training. SERVICES FOR STUDENTS Bookstore The Bookstore makes available to students the textbooks. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is an examination designed to show how well students for whom English is a second language read. job readiness skills and worksite experience that lead to employment. The TOEFL is available under two separate programs: the International Testing Program and the Institutional Testing Program. Concurrent Enrollment Scholarships High school seniors who meet institutional requirements for concurrent enrollment (see “Admissions”) are eligible to enroll in up to 6 credit hours per semester without paying tuition. Students can participate in short-term training programs such as Pharmacy Technician Certification and office support which qualifies for work skills. contact Testing and Assessment Services at (405) 682-7531 or go to www. Also. personal management. For more information. Others participate in educational activities related to their career and employment goal.occc. Individuals interested in taking classes to prepare for the GED test should contact the Office of Community Outreach and Education 682-7873 for enrollment information. contact Testing and Assessment Services at (405) 682-7531 or go to www.edu/acs/assessment. Assistance is provided by Career Transitions staff and OCCC Career and Employment Services staff in identifying employment opportunities. CT provides participants with short-term educational training. books in poor condition. 25 .org. and (3) determine the price to be offered. Students also participate and/or complete short-term credit college certificates and/or training leading to an associate degree. student training programs are developed to address the special needs of individual employers in the greater Oklahoma City area. For more information call the Office of Early College Awareness. books not selected for the next semester.edu/career. Tuition will be waived at the time of enrollment. Registration packets for national testing and information about residual test schedules are available in the Testing and Assessment Services office. For more information call Testing and Assessment Services (405) 6827531 or go to www. The Career Transitions office is located on the second floor of the Main Building in area 2P8 and 2R8 and can be contacted by telephone at (405) 682-7844.occc. some participants are supported through follow-up support activities by CT staff and/or other community partners. and proof of residency are required to apply for testing. Oklahoma City Community College departments. Residual test scores cannot be transferred from one college to another. educational training and work-related activities each week. limited quantities of current edition textbooks to be used in the next major semester will be bought. learning packets and other materials directly related to their courses. After employment. in cooperation with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE). edu/admissions/fa. Once the application is completed. they should take the International Testing Program. A complete selection of supplies and novelties is also available. there is an automated teller machine (ATM) located outside the Bookstore. overstocked titles. and understand English. Core instruction areas include job readiness skills. The individual must pay the testing fee at the Bursar’s Office and follow the testing procedure. Individuals who are ready to take the GED test may contact Testing and Assessment Services to complete an application for the test. Proper photo identification. (2) determine the quantity to be purchased. fees.edu/acs/assessment. contact Testing and Assessment Services at (405) 682-7531 or go to www. Most CT participants follow an Individualized Education and Employment Plan (IEEP) that includes 35 hours of skills development activity. or on the web at www. The Bookstore reserves the right to: (1) determine the titles to be purchased. it is submitted to the State Department of Education. and learning packets.occc.edu/acs/ TestingCenter.equip and/or assists ODHS-referred participants in obtaining life skills and educational training (college certificates and/or associate degrees) that leads toward employment and self-sufficiency.org) For registration and fee information for the Institutional Test and a list of current test dates. or the Office of Recruitment and Admissions.html. Students considering other colleges must test on a national test date or residually at the school they plan to attend. The Test Center hours of operation offer students convenience and flexibility. ACT Testing Oklahoma City Community College is a ACT Assessment Test Center and administers the test on a regularly scheduled basis with results normally available on the next day. Assessment is required prior to enrollment in ABE and GED classes. For more information. Career Transitions Career Transitions (CT). For information on test dates. With collaborative support from the community. local businesses and industries. Registration information for the International tests is available at http://www. write.

Putnam City Even Start. contact Student Support Services at (405) 682-7520. Upward Bound Program Upward Bound is a grant program funded by the U. The project currently serves youth at Capitol Hill. Morning. Community Outreach and Education offers ACT preparation workshops that will review terminology. use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol. math. Spanish. • Encourage and assist parents and students as they set and plan for education and career goals. Non-credit classes in the areas of dance. On-site concurrent enrollment at the high schools is coordinated from the Office of Early College Awareness as well. Grant.html. and Westmoore high schools. Students must be at least 16 years old and attend a new student orientation prior to enrollment. Community Outreach and Education Community Outreach and Education offers non-credit programming that includes adult continuing education classes. skills. • Help inform parents and young people about college and careers.S. and rehabilitation programs available to students in the area. and values needed to lead productive and satisfying lives. and federal law for unlawful possession. Edmond Central Middle School. community. Warr Acres Library. staff. Adult Personal Enrichment Classes Community Outreach and Education is dedicated to the belief that lifelong learning helps adults acquire the knowledge. and students as well as education. Del City Community Center.edu/ support /LearningSupport. U. The information is also available online at http://www. For further information. as well as through tutoring participants. Students will also become familiar with the test structure through practice tests.edu. Francis Tuttle Reno Campus. For more information call (405) 682-7533. For more information contact Student Support Services at (405) 682-7520. Each summer. Mid-Del Technology Center and Eastern County Technology Center. • Description of health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol. Drug Education Drug information and referral services are provided through Student Support Services. Degree Check/Audit Students may request a degree check in the Office of Academic Advising. Adult Learning Center (GED and ESL) The Oklahoma City Community College Adult Learning Center provides free General Education Development (GED) and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to community members throughout the Oklahoma City Metro Area. • Description of drug and alcohol counseling. participants attend a six-week mini-college held at Oklahoma City Community College. Early College Awareness The goals of the College’s Early College Awareness program are to: • Increase community awareness of the value of post-secondary education. Counseling Student Support Services houses a licensed professional counselor to provide a confidential process to assist students in gaining a greater understanding of self and relationships in order to benefit from educational opportunities. science. Students are encouraged to use College Union Rooms 4 and 6 for small study groups or informal gatherings. music. These goals are achieved through the combined and integrated efforts of faculty. community organizations. Contact Upward Bound staff at (405) 682-1611. Information. Classes meet twice a week for six hours. Western Oaks Middle School.occc. Rose State College. Classes meet throughout the Oklahoma City Metro Area. Lakeview Park Church of the Nazarene. New and returning students may pick up a pamphlet containing the following information in Recruitment and Admissions or in Student Support Services. The goal of Upward Bound is to encourage students in grades 9 through 12 to further their education in a post-secondary institution. and computer literacy are offered free or at a low cost in various community locations throughout the year.edu. Southeast. Choctaw Library. Applications must be received by the end of the third week of a student’s graduating semester. afternoon and evening classes are available at the following locations: Oklahoma City Community College. Emerson. Exchange Baptist Church. sign language. language. call (405) 682-7859 or (405) 682-7873 or visit the Web site at www.occc. College for Kids. The degree check allows the student and the academic advisor to work together to know what coursework remains to be completed to fulfill the requirements for degree or certificate completion. • Description of the applicable legal sanctions under local. Department of Education. and business groups make use of the facilities and services available in the College Union. Southern Nazarene University. These classes are senior friendly. students should apply for graduation by completing a graduation application. Midwest City Library. Crooked Oak High School. Latino Community Development Agency Capitol Hill Center. Concurrent Enrollment High school students who wish to concurrently enroll can receive assistance with the paperwork and process through the Office of Recruitment and Admissions.occc. arts and crafts. use.edu/coe. Putnam City Academy. The program provides support through personal. Francis Tuttle Rockwell Campus. Edmond Public Library. or distribution of drugs and alcohol on campus or at campus activities (provided in detail in the Student Handbook). financial aid and career counseling.occc. All adults are welcome ages 18 and up. ACT prep workshops and senior friendly classes. College for Kids College for Kids is a dynamic year-round educational program for children. drama. as well as cafeteria dining. and business partners involved in several programs that are described below. Moore. extension 7625 for more information. reading and writing. A degree check or audit is also available to students at mineonline. Meeting areas and conference rooms are available for large and small groups. Upon completing 45 credit hours in a declared major. Douglass. Subject groups include music. treatment. which is available in the Office of Records and Graduation Services and on the College’s web site at mineonline. • Standards of conduct that prohibit the unlawful possession.S.College Union Students. ACT Prep Workshops The ACT® test assesses high school students’ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The ACT is a curriculum-based test and universally accepted for college admission. For more information about classes and programs. The food service operation provides grill service and catering. state. concepts and test-taking tips. 26 . counseling and referrals to community programs and services are also available. The Counselor will also provide referrals to appropriate community services as needed and provide individual and group opportunities to address a variety of issues that can interfere with student success. All degree or certificate-seeking students are encouraged to request a degree check when they have completed 20 credit hours of work in a declared major (including any intended transfer credit hours).

(405) 682-1611.edu/acs or call (405) 682-7535 Student Employment and Career Services To assist with the successful transition from the classroom to the workplace. yoga. Career assistance is available for students who are just beginning the college experience. fitness.collegecentral. then the last 5 digits of their social security number. contact (405) 6821611. ext. interview preparation. Learning Labs Several learning labs are available for your use. and land or water aerobics. Chemistry/Physics Science Center .(405) 682-1611. The Aquatic Center is home to the Chesapeake Swim Club. The goal of Recreation and Fitness to provide access to recreation. Keith Leftwich Memorial Library Located just north-east of the Main Building. The pool was built in 1989 as a host site for the U. many of which help to meet requirements for entrance into the EMT. English as a Second Language. Opportunities are available for on and off campus employment.occc. Free tutoring is available and appointments are required for lab exercises. Accounting tutors. as well as those who are in transition or experiencing uncertainty after selecting a program/major.occc.(405) 682-1611. go to www. pilates. For more information.(405) 682-1611. Employment Services also presents fall and spring Job Fair and Health Job Fair events for current students. Center for Engineering and Advanced Technology Education (CEATE) . For information concerning aquatic programs and events. Visit the Library online at www.edu/ support/Health. Office is located on the 1st floor of the main building. as well as a variety of national and state aquatic conferences and training programs. as well as interviewing skills development is provided. Students from Oklahoma City middle and high schools are referred by counselors or may seek entrance to the program on their own. can get help in Office of Academic Advising. Student Computer Center . Students wishing to change their program/major should contact an advisor in Office of Academic Advising. Math Lab . Opportunities are provided for students to participate in many College activities and programs. Recreation and Fitness Recreation and Fitness is responsible for offering a large variety of noncredit classes. 7379 Available for students needing help with basic reading and writing skills and essay construction. Many students enjoy using the Library’s small-group study rooms. Students have direct access to library holdings of more than 150. Assistance in creating resumes and cover letters. 27 . This program.(405) 682-1611. and as many as eight local high school swimming and diving teams. and aquatic facilities and programs and that will aid in the development of healthy lifestyles and foster a life-long devotion to fitness. staff. videos and online databases.) Student must be admitted to such a program before being assigned a faculty advisor.g.D.(405) 682-2305 Communications Lab . and alumni register with the letters AL. DVDs. blood borne pathogens and AED courses. Certain programs have limited enrollment and a selective admissions process (e. Computerized tutorials are also available for your use. CDs. faculty and members of the community. For more information. adjacent to Student Life. please call the Recreation and Fitness Office at 682-7860. ext. 7286 Available for students needing assistance in accounting. Recreation Non-credit recreational offerings include group fitness classes such as spinning. regional and state swimming and diving events. card to use the labs. Nursing.(405) 682-1611. 7397 Available for currently enrolled students who need help with any computer course or to receive computer support for other courses. maps. microfiche. The Library provides over 60 computers to access the web based online catalog and tens of thousands of online magazine and newspaper full text articles and citations. Nursing. Students and alumni may register on the campus job board at www.(405) 682-1611. Students use their OCCC student ID cards to check out materials. Educational and Career Planning Individuals who need assistance selecting a college program/major or career goal or want up-to-date information. is designed for students who have a strong desire to earn a high school diploma and a college degree. extension 7840. 7771 The Physical Sciences Center is an interdisciplinary area designed to accommodate the independent study needs of students in the physical sciences including chemistry and physics. swimming. and homework solutions are available. and since then has held some of the world’s finest swimming and diving events.edu/library. alumni and community members. the only one of its kind in Oklahoma. For more information. 7362 Available for students who need help with foreign languages. serials. call (405) 682-7519 or visit www. special events and activities on and off campus. Olympic Festival.edu/es. CPR. computerized study guides and practice sheets. which hosts a number of national. Students register their Access ID as their 7-digit student ID number. or other cultures. and job seeking events and services for students and graduates. For more information about any of these services. Health Services The College provides health information about health issues and access to health providers in the Student Support Services office.occc. diving. ext. You must present your current student I. 7269 The Biological Science Center is an interdisciplinary area designed to accommodate the independent study needs of students in the biological sciences.Pathways Middle College Pathways Middle College High School on the Oklahoma City Community College campus is an innovative alternative to traditional public schools and the result of a partnership between Oklahoma City Community College and Oklahoma City Public Schools. Non-students may apply for a courtesy card at the Library’s Circulation Desk. and provides non-credit training in First Aid.S. computer-aided instruction. ext. Biological Science Center . Resources include information about specific student health insurance companies. After an initial meeting with an academic advisor to clarify their degree selection. ext. The faculty advisor will work in conjunction with the Office of Academic Advising to guide the student through program curriculum and toward degree completion. SCUBA and weight training. Recreation and Fitness also manages Oklahoma City Community College’s world class Aquatic Center. Adaptive equipment for the visually and hearing impaired is also available.html. The following are a list of labs: Accounting Lab . Oklahoma City Community College provides resume and cover letter writing assistance. contact (405) 682-7520 or visit the website at www. 7291 Available for students who need help with any math course or solving mathematical problems. the Library is open nearly 90 hours a week for use by Oklahoma City Community College students. ext. Program/Major Selection Students decide upon a program or major when they are first admitted to the college. ext. Oklahoma City Community College hosts a variety of water safety certification programs. the student can request to be assigned a faculty advisor. World Languages and Cultures Center .000 items that include books.occc.com/ occc to view jobs and internships.

academic success workshops. An activities calendar. the Student Conduct Code. contact Student Support Services at (405) 682-7520. Our adult basketball and volleyball leagues are open to the community. Clubs and organizations at Oklahoma City Community College range from career-related to special interest groups. Students are encouraged to participate in these special programs designed to promote academic success. service opportunities. Team sports such as flag football. counseling services. The Pioneer. giving specific information about student activities and other campus events. providing other verifying documents. 28 . For more information. Recreation and Fitness also offers hundreds of classes and camps for children each year and specializes in offering quality youth sports programs such as Basketball. Students are advised to make their request well in advance of the beginning of classes (especially advisable if the accommodation requires a textbook in an alternative format. please contact the Office of Student Life at (405) 682-7523. Call today at (405) 682-1611. or other appropriate resources. Students with disabilities wishing to appeal decisions regarding accommodations planned or provided may request an ADA grievance form from the office of the ADA coordinator. All students are expected to be familiar with the information included in the Student Handbook. includes representatives from the various student organizations and academic areas and serves as a liaison group between the student body and College administration. sent to student email accounts monthly. The Student Handbook describes the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy. Student Handbooks are also available in various offices on campus including the Office of Student Life. opportunities. hearing or sight impairment. and basketball are offered. Students with children should look to OCCC to meet all their children’s activity and learning needs outside of school. Call (405) 682-7850 to request the form. at no additional charge for use of the pool. is always seeking new athletes. parking procedures. seeks to develop leadership skills. students with disabilities must go directly to the Office of Student Support Services where all disabilities must be verified with supporting documentation. Student responsibilities may include: a) b) c) d) obtaining psychological/educational testing. Whether a student has an interest in a special area. lectures. This office provides a variety of student activities. punch card or membership. the Activities Calendar. and student organizations on campus. a literary magazine entitled Absolute. For additional information about any of the following clubs and organizations. The Leadership Council. leadership programs. Contact the Recreation office at (405) 682-7860. facilities and activities available on campus. i. including those with mobility limitations.D. the Halloween Carnival and the Student Leadership Retreat. for sale at the Bookstore. These include a college newspaper. Student Activity fees fund the campus events offered through the Office of Student Life. addressing learning strategies. campus security information. Community members including families of students may access facilities with the purchase of a day pass. and/or personal attendant services. Contact the Office of Student Support Services for information on documentation needs and services available. cultural events. Student Activities and Other Services Various services are available to students through the Office of Student Life. and the Student Handbook. wheelchair attendants. available in the Office of the Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services. may receive reasonable educational accommodations. volleyball. softball. Each of our facilities is available for rent including poolside birthday parties or group parties. private tutoring (the College does provide learning labs where tutoring is available to all students). and student grievance and appeals procedures. Intramurals A comprehensive intramural sports program is also available to Oklahoma City Community College students. and servicelearning Student Publications The College publishes several student publications. Annual events include Student Organization Fair. available from the Office of Student Life or via the Student Life homepage. To request accommodations. Inquiries about reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities can be directed to Office of Student Support Services at (405) 682-7520. extension 7786. similar to a student government. is available in the Office of Student Life. Our club soccer team. available weekly at various locations around campus. which plays numerous other state and private colleges. and all students are encouraged to participate. Services for Students with Disabilities Students who have disabilities. This important document outlines the full array of student services. Soccer and T-ball. or on the Student Life homepage. or other disabilities covered by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. plus a music series.e. or just wants to have fun. enjoys meeting people. learning.OT and PT curricula. An intervention may include connecting the student with tutoring services. student activities and organizations on campus help make the college experience complete and enriching. gymnasium and weight room. speech. to find out when you can play or stop by the Wellness Center to learn more about our intramural activities. Open recreational times are available for students with current I. Clubs and Organizations: Advocates of Peace Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) Biology and Ecology Club Black Student Association (BSA) Business Professionals of America (BPA) Chi Alpha Child Development Club Christians on Campus Club Rec College Democrats College Poets and Writers College Republicans Computer Arts and Technology Society (CATS) Empowered Students and Individuals (ESI) Engineering Club Future Alumni Network (FAN) Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Health Professions Club Hispanic Organization to Promote Education (HOPE) International Student Association Native American Student Association (NASA) Oklahoma Biotechnology Association Nursing Student Association Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society Photography Club Psi Beta Honor Society Psychology /Sociology Club Society of Performing Artists Student Art Guild Student Emergency Medical Technician Association (SEMTA) Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) Student Oklahoma Education Association (SOEA) Student Physical Therapist Assistant Organization (SPTAO) The Leadership Council (TLC) Transitions Retention Alert Students who are not attending class or who are experiencing poor academic scholarship may be contacted by Student Support Services for an intervention.

Also. Official transcripts may be obtained on request at no charge. Major and Career Exploration. or collection agent). or support staff position (including law enforcement unit personnel and health staff). Upon request. at mineonline. critical thinking. Address changes may also be made on MineOnline. or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. Any student who has a complaint of this nature should consult the Student Handbook to obtain the procedures to follow for filing a grievance. the student can request that the action be reviewed through the Student Grievance Procedures. Time Management. except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. or a student serving on an official committee. is the disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. and safety of students. or telephone number may do so by notifying the Office of Records and Graduation Services. academic. which is located within Office of Academic Advising. If the matter is not resolved at that level. Efforts to resolve the concern should be done quickly because of deadlines specified in the procedure. contact the Office of Records and Graduation Services. filled with helpful information. Students may also request and receive letters of good standing.edu/support or call (405) 682-7520. test-taking strategies. Address or Telephone Number Students who wish to change the name. and so forth are presented on a rotating basis. or other appropriated official. Communication from the College that is mailed to the name and address on record is considered to have been properly delivered. programs.edu/ TransferCenter. Financial. a person or company with whom the College has contracted as its agent to provide a service instead of using College employees or officials (such as an attorney. The College official will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. For further information. mailing address. clearly identify the part of the record the student wants changed. supervisory. and specify why it should be changed.occc. • The right to provide written consent before the College discloses personally identifiable information from the student’s education records. Setting Educational. The OCCC Transfer Center. time management. Change of Name. effective study strategies. Student success seminars are periodically offered each semester. health. Information on the Student Conduct Code and the Student Disciplinary Procedures is available in the Student Handbook and through staff in the Office of the Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services. misleading. General topics include: Making Connections. auditor. the College will notify the student in writing of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Students are additionally advised to consult with the college or university where they plan to transfer to ensure that they have up-to-date information on program and degree requirements. Topics dealing with domestic violence. the STUDENT CONDUCT Student Conduct and Discipline The College is committed to providing an environment where people can study and learn. These rights include: • The right to inspect and review education records within 45 days of the day the College receives a request for access.edu. If the college decides not to amend the record as requested. to aid students in the transfer process. A student who wishes to ask the College to amend a record should write the College official responsible for the record. and Personal Goals as well as other topics. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the student when notified of the right to a hearing. It is a required course to be taken during the students first semester at OCCC. If further assistance is needed.occc. Success in College and Life Course Students will be introduced to some of the best practices for success in college and life. please make an appointment to speak to the Director of Student Relations at (405) 682-7821.occc. For more information go to www. One exception. handling stress. If the records are not maintained by the College official to whom the request was submitted. such as a disciplinary or grievance committee. reducing anxiety. or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy rights under FERPA. Students who have a concern regarding access to facilities. Appropriate documentation will be required for any name change. get connected. It will be released to third parties only upon the written request of the student or in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. 29 . a person serving on the Board of Regents. Students may ask the College to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate or misleading. A school is defined as a person employed by the College in an administrative. For additional information.Student Success Seminars Student success seminars provide students with information that will allow greater autonomy in their academic pursuits. Notification of Student Rights under FERPA The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records. also sponsors campus visits to various universities to provide students the opportunity to obtain information. Students should submit to the registrar. staff and faculty. The first step of the process involves speaking with the faculty or staff person involved in an attempt to directly resolve the situation. which permits disclosure without consent. The OCCC Transfer Center also offers a Transfer Guide.several area institutions visit OCCC periodically and provide onsite advisement and information. verification of enrollment and other academic documentation. contact the OCCC Transfer Center at (405)682-7567 or go to www. that official shall advise the student of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed. and services at Oklahoma City Community College because of a disability may call (405) 682-7520 (V/TTY) or go to Student Support Services Office. Transfer Information Students who plan to transfer to another college or university after completing their courses or program of study at Oklahoma City Community College should consult regularly with an advisement professional and their faculty advisor for current information on transfer requirements. research. STUDENT INFORMATION Release of Academic Information Academic information for each student is on file in the Office of Records and Graduation Services. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibilities for the College. a written request that identifies the record(s) they wish to inspect. To maintain such an environment. the second step includes making an appointment to speak to the faculty or staffperson’s supervisor. Student Grievance Procedures If a student believes that an action has been taken against him or her by a member of the College staff that misrepresents a College policy or a College procedure and/or violates the student’s rights to education. dean. and receive a campus tour. procedures have been developed to protect the rights. • The right to request the amendment of education records that the student believes are inaccurate. head of the academic department. It is the student’s responsibility to inform the College of any change of address.

Some of the ways that potential exposure has been decreased are by engineering controls. if possible. which includes the issuance of citations for parking and traffic violations. exposed to bloodborne pathogens may choose to consult their personal physician for advisement concerning the additional protection provided by taking the Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) vaccine. enrollment status (full-time or part-time).occc. Health Emergencies The College’s First Responder system is designed to provide immediate emergency medical care to persons on campus. to some degree. An emergency phone is at each location to contact Safety and Security. major field of study. and the number who find employment in that field is available through the Office of Institutional Effectiveness online at http://www. the number who graduate. If a person is exposed (comes in contact with) to blood or body fluids infected with a bloodborne pathogen. Also. Manual alarm stations are at most exits. dial College extension 7747. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the College to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The particular college courses that may present the potential for exposure to bloodborne pathogens have been identified in the Course Descriptions area of the College Catalog. dates of attendance. honors and awards received. degrees. the person may become infected. Regardless of the effect upon you. grade level.” when applicable. photograph. Students with a hearing loss respond to visual alerts and exit if no interpreter is present. Students with a visual impairment should be escorted to the exit or safe refuge. Universal Precautions means treating everyone’s blood and certain other body fluids as infectious at all times. Oklahoma City Community College assumes no liability as a result of honoring your instructions that such information be withheld. Should a medical emergency arise. STUDENT SAFETY Bloodborne Pathogens Certain college coursework may have the potential of exposing students. Those students who are enrolled in class coursework that may have a potential of being. and encourages the practice of “Universal Precautions. Students may block the public disclosure of directory information by notifying the Office of Registration and Graduation Services in writing. Student Consumer Information Many students seek information about how successful other students have been in the academic program they are entering. The following is some general information concerning bloodborne pathogens. Room 1K8. and is staffed continuously during all building operating hours. These fire safety devices are clearly marked and you should become familiar with their locations.” thus. the cost of the vaccine is the responsibility of the student. bacteria. Copies ofOCCC’s Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan are available in the Office of Risk Management. safe laboratory work practices.College may also disclose education records without consent to officials of another school in which a student seek or intends to enroll. Services provided by Campus Safety and Security include motorist assistance and parking lot escorts.S. and other microorganisms that are “borne” (carried) in a person’s bloodstream or body fluids and can cause disease. Designated directory information at Oklahoma City Community College includes the following: student’s name. 20202-5920 DIRECTORY INFORMATION At its discretion. electronic mail address. Oklahoma City Community College may provide “directory information” in accordance with the provisions of the Family Education rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). SW Washington. OCCC has implemented various means of decreasing the potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Although the initial request may be filed at any time. The HBV vaccine provides protection against the Bloodborne Pathogen . Fire Emergency fire exits. 30 . Security personnel and/or other emergency agency personnel will provide safe departure from those locations. Bloodborne pathogens are viruses.edu/IE/ Safety and Security The Department of Campus Safety and Security is located on the first floor of the Main Building.Hepatitis B virus. • The right to file a complaint with the U. A person must take all three shots for the vaccine to be the most effective. participation in officially recognized activities or sports. and the required wearing of personal protective devices. any future requests for such information from non-institutional persons or organizations will be refused. Directory information is defined as that information which would not generally be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. Should a fire occur: • Activate the manual alarm system. by the student. Please consider very carefully the consequences of a decision to withhold directory information. to bloodborne pathogens. in writing. OCCC promotes Emergency Procedures for Persons with Disabilities Persons in wheelchairs on the buildings’ upper levels that have no direct exit other than stairs will evacuate to a stairwell marked “safe refuge”. requests for nondisclosure will be honored by the College until removed. • Dial College extension 7747 and tell the operator the location and severity of the fire. The department officers are First Responder qualified and manage the College’s traffic and parking program. The HBV vaccine is given in a series of shots (usually three over a six-month period of time).C. give the location of the emergency and. Information such as the type of student who typically enrolls at our institution. The College operator will then dispatch the College First Responders and contact appropriate emergency medical assistance. Please note that if a student chooses to take the HBV vaccine series.S. A non-disclosure block will call for Oklahoma City Community College not to release any or all of this “directory information. • Evacuate the building. The Department of Campus Safety and Security has the responsibility to provide a college environment that is both safe and secure. D. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA is: Family Policy Compliance Office U. Emergencies on Campus Any emergency should be handled by dialing College extension 7747 or using the emergency call boxes located in the parking lots for assistance. and the previous high school attended. Oklahoma City Community College will honor your request to withhold directory information but cannot assume responsibility to contact you for subsequent permission to release this information. the nature of the emergency. to some degree. The Exposure Control Plan provides detailed information on the prevention and control of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. manual fire alarm stations and fire extinguishers are provided throughout the campus. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue.

Internet. We partner with employers to offer costeffective.0 Grade Point) Good C . ACADEMIC INFORMATION Educational Approach and Grading Oklahoma City Community College subscribes to a competency-based instructional philosophy. Assessment occurs through test items matched to specific objectives in terms of content and level.0 Grade Point) Below Average F . please visit our website at www. Our catalog features classes in Information Technology. the South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce and Women of the South.(2.0 Grade Point) Failure NOTE: To satisfy degree requirements. Online Career Training Courses (Non-credit) Corporate Learning offers online career training courses in partnership with Gatlin Education Services. please visit www. The CAS has a special focus on those residing in south Oklahoma City who might not otherwise have the opportunity to experience the arts.edu/afo. Competency-based instruction is characterized by predetermined competencies shared with students in the form of observable and measurable learning objectives for each course. arts education and appreciation.com/occc. and to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional caliber positions in many in-demand occupations. Internet/Computers/IT Certification (Microsoft Official Curriculum).(1. management of the Cultural Arts Series. Online Courses (Non-credit) Update your skills or discover a new talent at your own pace with our noncredit online courses offered in partnership with Ed2Go. All classes are delivered in an accelerated and flexible format on campus.ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY SERVICES Capitol Hill Center Capitol Hill Center is the one of the few bilingual community technology centers in the state of Oklahoma. Cultural Arts Series The Cultural Arts Series presents culturally diverse artists to students. staff. Partners in the Festival include the Central Arts Association. on site or online. Corporate Learning Corporate Learning at Oklahoma City Community College recognizes the need for ongoing workforce development to help the business community contend with intense global competition. The Center provides internet access and computer training for community members of all ages. The grades which the students earn reflect the quality of their performances when measured against these standards. Visit www. Come to the OCCC Keith Leftwich Memorial Library and use one of the many computers available. www. Future Programs Through cooperation with partners and stakeholders.(3. Cultural Programs develops and presents community outreach projects. Business and Personal Enrichment and much more. For a complete listing of all titles. an email address and a web browser. Young Artist Series The Young Artist Series is a proposed new initiative for Cultural Programs. Career-focused online courses are designed to give you the latest in learning. and the community by participating in the creation of and sustaining a thriving arts community. and performing and visual arts presentations.Oklahoma City. and increase productivity to maximize profitability.0 Grade Point) Excellent B .occc. enhance technical competencies. Grading Systems Students at Oklahoma City Community College successfully complete courses when they demonstrate that they have accomplished objectives at the levels required for the courses. A .0 Grade Point) Average D . Classes are offered in basic and intermediate computer applications. Definitions and Provisions At the conclusion of a course. and patrons in the surrounding metro counties. Customized learning programs enable employees to earn college credits and complete associate degrees or certificate of mastery requirements while on the job.(4. faculty and staff of Oklahoma City Community College. Construction and Video Gaming Design and Development.ed2go. It opened in the fall of 2000 with a mission to provide access to education through computers and technology for all individuals living within the Capitol Hill area. For a complete list of courses. Student evaluations are based upon a student’s achievement of predetermined competency levels rather than on a comparison to other students’ performance. increasing job complexity and a changing world economy. Cultural Programs Cultural Programs’ responsibilities include coordination and oversight of Arts Festival Oklahoma. please call 405-682-7562. Cultural Programs aims to enrich the lives of students.edu/corporatelearning for more information or call Corporate Learning at 405-682-7562. Each student is presented a course syllabus containing learning objectives and the procedure for determining final grades in the course. gatlineducation. The Center is located in the Latino Community Development Agency. GED and job readiness. Professional/Technical/Design. improve individual performance. Getting started is as simple as having internet access. students majoring in certain programs must earn a C or better or B or better in specified courses. Choose from courses in Healthcare.edu/cas. PowerPoint. The ultimate goal of the instructional program is to enable each student to attain his or her highest possible level of learning. free of charge.occc.com/okccc. English as a second language. innovative learning options designed to strengthen organizational effectiveness. 31 . promote professional development. Office Skills. 420 SW 10th. Student performance is measured against standards set by program faculty.occc. The focus of this program is to feature young artists from a variety of cultural backgrounds to school aged children with limited access to the arts. www.(0. development of the proposed Young Artist Series and development of new programs. Oklahoma City Community College conforms to the definitions of grading terms and the academic forgiveness provisions set forth by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. one of the following grades will be listed on the student’s transcript along with the course title. Non-credit certifications include: AutoCAD Generator/Emergency Power Technician Medical Coder Medical Insurance Specialist Medical Office Manager Paralegal Payroll Professional Pharmacy Technician Solar Photovoltaic Technician Wiind Turbine Technician Customized staff development programs are available as open enrollment or contract. Instruction is offered in Spanish and English with some classes in Korean. Don’t have a computer? No problem. Arts Festival Oklahoma OCCC produces and hosts Arts Festival Oklahoma on its campus each Labor Day weekend. To register. Business/Legal.

in the instructor’s judgment. Reading and Reasoning (R)* The ability to read and comprehend at the college entry level and to understand and interpret information to solve problems. GRADUATION GPA -This GPA is the same as the retention GPA. • Stealing a problem solution or assessment answers from a professor. (Required in courses where entry-level writing skills are needed. Computer Science Lab.S-(Satisfactory) In a limited number of courses. An S is also used to indicate credit earned through advanced standing examination. 32 . • Tampering with or destroying the work of others. the student may contact the division office for further procedures. An Administrative Withdrawal for disciplinary or financial reasons requires approval by the Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services. Physical Science Center. often defined as “the deception of others about one’s work. • Failing to contribute an equal share in group assignments or projects while claiming equal credit for the work. and/or ideas of another without giving proper credit. Placement will be required in developmental course work (this course work does not apply to a degree program) where a need is indicated. • Obtaining an unfair advantage by gaining or providing access to examination materials prior to the time authorized by the professor. If the instructor has not replaced the I grade within one year. B. • Falsifying college records. it would be used for placement. cohesive paragraphs which conform to norms of standard American English in grammar. Academic Integrity Students of Oklahoma City Community College are expected to meet the highest ethical standards in their academic pursuits. I-(Incomplete) When. or other administrative reasons. *See course descriptions for Reading (R). and Math (M) skills required to enroll. or Renewal provision. the instructor will replace the I grade with the appropriate grade: A. F. • Several people completing an assignment and turning in multiple copies. Writing (W)* The ability to write clear. • Using a textbook. • Submitting substantial portions of the same academic work for credit or honors more than once without permission of the present professor. The student may withdraw as late as the twelfth week of a sixteen-week semester (or 3/4 of the duration of a shorter course) and automatically receive the grade of W. all represented either implicitly or explicitly as individual work. multiplication and division with whole numbers. subtraction. They may be accessed through the College web site at mineonline. the grades S and U are used. RETENTION GPA-Includes all course work attempted with the exception of hours which have been forgiven through the Repeat. When the student completes the specified work. and the date by which it must be completed. • Lying about these or other academic matters. A student may change enrollment status from credit to audit through the official withdrawal period. The grade of U is not used in computing grade point averages. or technology tools during an examination without permission of the instructor. If there is a higher level prerequisite skill or course. An S is a neutral mark indicating minimal competencies have been met. • Receiving or giving unauthorized help on assignment or examinations. The normal I contract period extends through the late registration period for the next major enrollment period. The developmental courses may be found under Learning Skills (LS) and Mathematics (MATH).edu. or creating results for experiments not done. The grade of S is not used in computing grade point averages. the instructor may issue an I grade.) These are minimum entry-level skill requirements. The W grade is not used in computing grade point averages. AU-(Audit) The student audited the course. and on an individual basis. S.” Such acts may include but are not limited to the following list compiled by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Advisory Council: • Submitting another’s work as one’s own or allowing another to submit one’s work as though it were his or hers. AW-(Administrative Withdrawal) The student has been “involuntarily” withdrawn by the institution during the designated semester for disciplinary. Writing (W). Students may also request and receive a transcript from the Office of Records and Graduation Services. A student choosing to appeal a final grade should first consult with the course instructor. Grade Reporting Grades are posted to the official transcript within five working days of the last day of the semester or term of enrollment. Guidelines and specific requirements are available through Office of Academic Advising. and the student’s placement will be based on the results. • Tampering with experimental data to obtain “desired” results.) Entry-Level Assessment The academic background and skill level of any student enrolling in credit courses at Oklahoma City Community College will be assessed. Accounting Tutorial Center. Biological Sciences Center. • Plagiarizing (Plagiarism is generally defined as the use in one’s writing of specific words. Math Lab. CUMULATIVE GPA-Includes all course work attempted. and decimals and to use those skills to solve percentage and practical problems. syntax and semantics. Assessment will include an evaluation of entry-level basic skills and educational readiness as defined below. forms or other documents. Reprieve. • Accessing computer systems or files without authorization. An AW grade is not used in computing grade point averages. U-(Unsatisfactory) The grade of U indicates that a student did not meet minimum requirements in a course designated for S/U grading. D. The I grade is not used in computing grade point averages. Any form of academic dishonesty is subject to disciplinary action by the college. Tutorial services are also available in the Communications Lab. (Required in courses where entry-level math skills are needed. • Creating results for observations or interviews that were not done. the I grade will remain permanently on the student’s transcript. The absence of academic integrity is described as cheating. justifiable circumstances exist. financial. fractions. The student receives no credit for the course and the grade of AU is not used in computing grade point averages. An appeal of any final grade must be initiated within 90 days of the end of the semester. The instructor prepares a contract specifying the work which must be completed. Neither activity nor performance courses can be used to raise a retention GPA during a semester in which a student is on probation. Violations of academic integrity are viewed very seriously. a student or other sources. W-(Official Withdrawal) The student has officially withdrawn from the course. C. If an agreed upon solution is not possible. but excludes physical education activity courses. phrases. Appealing a Grade It is the student’s responsibility to review his/her academic transcript at the end of each semester to verify grades.occc. APPEALS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DEADLINE. Faculty and staff share in this responsibility with students to maintain academic integrity.) Mathematics (M)* The ability to exhibit competency in performing computations in addition. notes. Note: A student may request a change in enrollment status from audit to credit through the late enrollment period. or U. but may be as long as a period of one year. On-campus PC’s are available for accessing the web site.

all grades earned with the exception of the first will be used to calculate the retention/graduation grade point average. Attendance Requirements Oklahoma City Community College expects students to attend class on a regular and punctual basis.0 2. It is the student’s responsibility to adhere to attendance requirements stated in the syllabus of each course. the cumulative GPA will continue to include all coursework attempted. it is the responsibility of the student to communicate with the instructor to discuss work missed. The student may file an appeal in accordance with the Student Appeal of a Grade Procedure if he/she believes that an erroneous or unfair accusation has been made. Faculty may institute a class attendance policy. The College’s approach to education emphasizes that students accept responsibility for their learning. A student may repeat up to four (4) courses. Although the repeat provision may be an option for coursework completed prior to the conferral of a degree. Attendance and Responsibility for Learning All students receive assistance in identifying and achieving goals. the following actions shall be taken. regardless of the cause. the first four courses of repeated coursework will count in the sequence in which those courses were repeated. The semester in question must be an unsatisfactory semester with a grade point average of less than 2. To help retain motivated students and identify those who may need additional assistance. *Committee Approval Required Repeated Courses Students have the option of repeating previously completed coursework within the following guidelines: 1. Academic Notice Students will be placed on academic notice if their cumulative grade point average (GPA) falls below a 2. Transfer Probation Students Any student transferring to Oklahoma City Community College who is on academic probation or academic suspension at another state institution or who does not meet the Oklahoma City Community College retention standards. Students not maintaining satisfactory progress toward objectives as indicated above will be placed on probation for at least one semester. Academic Suspension Students on academic probation. but will be noted with an * as forgiven.0 in regularly graded coursework. 3. totaling no more than 18 credit hours. or recommend other appropriate action. including “forgiven” coursework. Although student attendance is not the primary requisite for learning. and petition to have only the second grade used in the calculation of the retention/graduation grade point average. • The Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs may file an official complaint of a Student Conduct Code Violation if a) the incident is an extreme violation or b) if there are repeated instances of violations on file. the College has adopted academic standards based on criteria established by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Academic Standards Oklahoma City Community College wants every student to achieve success. provided the policy is approved by the dean and presented in writing with the course syllabus to the students at the start of the class. will be suspended for the next regular (16-week) semester. students are encouraged to attend classes regularly. For this reason. a pre-existing graduation GPA will not be adjusted. *2) academic reprieve. 4. In the event such a petition is presented for a course that is repeated more than once. he/she forfeits the right to make up the work. If a student does not appear at a pre-arranged time for make-up work. or meet the minimum institutional retention standards in order to continue as a student. the student must have achieved a semester GPA of 2. Academic Forgiveness Oklahoma City Community College offers students an opportunity to recover from previous academic problems which have resulted in a poor academic record. assign a failing grade in the class. academic standards are once again not met. the student will not be allowed to continue until the retention GPA has been raised to institutional standards through coursework completed at another institution. Repeated grades that are forgiven will continue to appear on the official college transcript. Should a professor determine that a student violation of academic integrity has occurred. a student must be readmitted in the Office of Records and Graduation Services. Academic Probation Students will be placed on academic probation if they fail to meet the following minimum requirements: Credit Hours Attempted Cumulative Zero through 30 semester credit hours Greater than 30 semester credit hours GPA Requirement 1. Additional information and petition forms are available in the Office of Records and Graduation Services. The Student Conduct Code is published each year in the Student Handbook. not meeting the requirements of that probation. 5. Although these options may result in an improved retention and graduation grade point average (GPA). Therefore. If a student is absent from class. • The Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs shall send the student a certified letter that verifies that a report of the incident and the professor’s actions is on file in the office of the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. not to include activity or performance courses. and *3) academic renewal. The instructor will determine whether or not the student will be permitted to make up work and will decide on the time and nature of the makeup. students are expected to make maximum use of learning opportunities available to them. At least three years must have elapsed between the period of time in which the grades being reprieved were earned and the time the reprieve is being requested. • The professor may record a zero for the assignment.0. If upon readmission. At the end of that semester.7 2. The three provisions for academic forgiveness are: 1) repeated courses. Academic Reprieve Students who can demonstrate extraordinary circumstances which contributed to or caused poor performance in a previously completed semester or term may request an academic reprieve through the Office of Records and Graduation Services within the following guidelines: 1. Once a petition is submitted. will be admitted on probation and will be expected to meet all probation requirements in order to continue as a student. require the student to redo the assignment. academic success is closely related to classroom attendance. After one semester of suspension. • The professor shall present in writing to the appropriate Dean and to the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs a description of the specific occurrence.0 while remaining above retention standards for academic probation or academic suspension. Students wishing to appeal their suspension due to “extraordinary circumstances” should submit a written petition along with support documentation to the Registrar.Any violation of academic integrity by a student that is detected by a college staff member shall be reported by the staff member to the appropriate professor or College administrator. 2. 33 . in which grades of “D” or “F” were originally earned. supporting documentation and action taken.

Part-time students are also eligible if they have maintained at least a 3. 3. however. 8. if a student has proven proficiency within a reprieved course as evidenced by a passing grade.0 or higher. The reprieve request may be either for one semester or term of enrollment or for two consecutive semesters or terms of enrollment.0 while carrying 12 credit hours or more of college-level courses. employers. to take program and/or general education assessments. and faculty to improve programs and services. a 16-week. graduates. Students should realize that repeating a course may reduce or eliminate some types of financial aid or veterans benefits. Student Outcomes Assessment Oklahoma City Community College is committed to providing quality educational experiences to all students. three-credit course will meet three class-hours each week. the College committee responsible for approval may choose to reprieve only one semester. 2.0 or higher. the College uses information from students. contact the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. Although the Academic Renewal provision may be an option for coursework completed prior to the conferral of a degree. Any reprieve which is approved and awarded will be for all grades earned and hours attempted within the reprieved semester(s) or term(s). Academic Workload At Oklahoma City Community College a normal academic load is 12 to 16 credit hours for a 16-week instructional session. During this period. The transcript legend will further note that reprieved coursework is not used in the calculation of the retention/graduation grade point average but is in the calculation of the cumulative grade point average. three-credit course will meet 12 class-hours each week. 5. To ensure that adequate information is available. the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education view Outcomes Assessment as a vital component of the educational process and are leading Oklahoma’s higher education institutions in joining other states which require the implementation of an outcomes assessment process. Most policies and procedures of the College relate to 16-week courses since that is the standard course length. An additional course must be used to replace the reprieved credit hours. For example.3. or to complete surveys. A student may receive only one Academic Renewal or one Academic Reprieve during his/her academic career. Parttime students are also eligible for the President’s Honor Roll if they have maintained a 4.5 while carrying 12 credit hours or more of college-level courses. Course Lengths Oklahoma City Community College offers courses of varying lengths. but will be noted with an * as forgiven. However. the student must have earned a minimum of twelve credit hours (excluding activity or performance courses) with a grade point average of 2. no grade lower than a “C” may have been earned in any regularly-graded coursework. This information should be taken into consideration when students are planning their academic workloads. The transcript legend will further note that reprieved coursework is not used in the calculation of the retention/graduation grade point average but is used in the calculation of the cumulative grade point average. In addition. 4. but will be noted with an * as forgiven. 4. approval from the Dean of Student Development will be required before a student is allowed to enroll in the same course beyond the third time. completed or audited course. 7. The semester(s) in question must be of an unsatisfactory nature. During this period. A student may receive only one academic reprieve or one academic renewal during his/her academic career. Students who are granted a renewal will not receive credit for any courses passed or for any proficiencies earned during the renewed semesters. If the student’s request is for two consecutive semesters. A four-week. 6. The renewal will be for all courses completed before the date specified in any approved renewal. although the number of weeks a class meets can vary.0 GPA during two consecutive semesters while enrolled in six credit hours or more of college-level courses each semester. 5. no grade lower than a “C” may have been earned in any regularly-graded course work. Therefore. Academic Renewal Students who have had academic trouble in the past and who have been out of higher education for a number of years may recover without penalty and have a fresh start by requesting an academic renewal.5 GPA during two consecutive semesters while enrolled in six credit hours or more of college level courses each semester. Course Re-enrollment A student may need or want to re-enroll in a previously attempted. There may be situations when re-enrollment will not be allowed. all credit classes must meet a certain total number of hours to fulfill the requirements for their credit value. Honor Rolls Students qualify for the President’s or the Vice President’s Honor Roll each fall and spring semester by meeting the following criteria: President’s Honor Roll Students are eligible to be placed on the President’s Honor Roll in any fall or spring semester in which they have attained a semester grade point average of 4. Semesters or terms reprieved will continue to appear on the official college transcript. 7. Students may apply for a renewal within the following guidelines: 1. Students should realize that. or will be allowed only after certain conditions are met. Prior to requesting Academic Renewal. Prior to requesting the reprieve. Students who are granted a reprieve will not receive credit for any courses passed during the reprieved semester or term. a preexisting graduation GPA will not be adjusted. At least five years must have elapsed between the last semester being renewed and the time the renewal is being requested. 6. Although the academic reprieve provision may be an option for coursework completed prior to the conferral of a degree. Semesters or terms reprieved will continue to appear on the official college transcript. The following table should provide guidance in determining full time academic load and overload for instructional sessions of various lengths: 34 . the student must have earned a minimum of twelve credit hours (excluding activity or performance courses) with a grade point average of 2. a preexisting graduation GPA will not be adjusted. students will be asked to participate in personal interviews. Policies and procedures will be prorated for courses of non-standard class lengths. the student will not be required to repeat the same course. Vice President’s Honor Roll Students are eligible to be placed on the Vice President’s Honor Roll in any fall or spring semester in which they have attained a semester grade point average of at least 3. In all cases. For additional information on Student Outcomes Assessment.

along with customized training for business and industry. University of Central Oklahoma Partnership Oklahoma City Community College and the University of Central Oklahoma are partnering to provide more options for our students to complete their degrees in Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Administration— General Business and Bachelor of Science in Education-Elementary Education. Approval for overload must be obtained in Office of Academic Advising. and the University of Central Oklahoma. call the Online Learning Office at (405) 682-7838 or visit their web site at online.S. Credit and non-credit classes are offered each semester. Using a computer and the Internet. ConAP and SOCNAV) Oklahoma City Community College is a Service Members Opportunity College (SOC) and participates in both the U. AFROTC offers a variety of scholarships in nursing. The partnership between Oklahoma City Community College and the University of Oklahoma is designed to provide the transfer student an effective and efficient support system to ensure ease of transfer.occc.edu. engineering and other majors that you could pursue at Oklahoma City Community College. Army’s ConAP and the U. After completing a degree and the AFROTC program. 675 at (405) 325-3211 or http://www. 7233. Rose State College. downtowncollege. call Office of Academic Advising at (405) 682-7535. the College has developed distance education courses that offer several options to students who cannot attend traditional on-campus courses. Military Concurrent Enrollment Programs (SOC. To accomplish this. or visit http://www. or workplace. The newest option would be to offer these programs on the OCCC campus. call the office of Curriculum and Assessment at (405) 682-1611. Online Courses Oklahoma City Community College offers online courses (computerbased/ Internet) that allow students to schedule class time at their convenience.edu. upon meeting residency requirements. college computer lab. Oklahoma State UniversityOklahoma City.occc. students will receive lessons and assignments and send course work to campus and communicate with their instructor and other class members through e-mail and/or a listserv from their home. Staff from the University of Oklahoma are hosted by Office of Academic Advising on the Oklahoma City Community College campus where students can receive academic advisement as well as process information for admission to the University.occc. contact University of Oklahoma ROTC Det. For further information. ou. The OKC Downtown 35 . In addition. Both institutions are committed to the partnership and the success of the student in pursuit of these degree programs.occc. Technology Education. In addition. More and more students are choosing to start their college education by completing an associate degree before transferring to a university. National Center for Employee Development (NCED) Partnership Oklahoma City Community College has partnered with the National Center for Employee Development (NCED) to offer specialized degree plans for the United States Postal Service and other NCED customers. Norick Library/Learning Center at 300 Park Avenue in the Downtown Oklahoma City Business District. can earn college credits that can be used to complete an associate’s degree and then apply credits toward a bachelor’s degree at the University of Oklahoma through the College of Liberal Studies and Continuing Education. U.edu/NCED/index. A cooperative agreement between Oklahoma City Community College and the University of Oklahoma (OU) exempts Oklahoma City Community College students from paying most fees and insurance at OU. Distance Education Oklahoma City Community College is committed to providing quality education at times and places most convenient to students. Enlisted U.edu/rotc/airforce.S. The option is online courses and courses. Enrollments for courses offered by the University of Oklahoma on the Oklahoma City Community College campus are also handled at this center. Call (405) 232-3382 for information or visit www. computer science. tuition waivers are available to help cover the OU tuition. the student will be commissioned as an officer in the United States Air Force and also have a guaranteed job after graduation. special 2+2 articulation agreements allow Oklahoma City Community College students to apply associate degrees in a number of technical and business fields toward bachelor’s degrees in Training and Development. For more information. For more information. University of Oklahoma (AFROTC) Partnership Oklahoma City Community College students have a unique opportunity to join the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) while attending Oklahoma City Community College.S. the only cost to the student is for the AFROTC credit hour(s). Both daytime and evening classes are available.html. NCED students. military personnel who have selected Oklahoma City Community College may contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions for advisement regarding enrollment Co-enrollments at Other Colleges Students who choose to concurrently attend another college while enrolled at Oklahoma City Community College must use the total credit-hour enrollment at both institutions to computer their academic workload (see Academic Workload). call the Online Office at (405) 682-7838 or visit their web site at online. ext. Navy’s SOCNAV programs. It’s purpose is to deliver higher education services to the metropolitan area. For additional information. Phase I will begin in the fall of 2007 with courses offered on the OCCC campus. For further information.Weeks of Instruction Instruction 4 weeks 6 weeks 8 weeks 12 weeks 16 weeks Normal Academic Workload (Credit Hours) 3-4 6-8 6-8 9-12 12-16 Appropriate Faculty Advisor or Counselor Approval Required (Credit Hours) 5 9-10 9-10 13-14 17-19 Dean of Student Development Approval Required (Credit Hours) 6 11-12 11-12 15-18 20-24 College is located in the Ronald J. Redlands Community College.edu. It is open Monday through Friday. Students may be required to complete an online orientation OR attend an on-campus orientation with the faculty member teaching the course.com. Educational Partnerships OKC Downtown College The OKC Downtown College is a consortium of five higher education institutions. The University of Oklahoma offers a number of courses on the Oklahoma City Community College campus. Ability is shown through superior performance on a college aptitude test or superior academic achievement in high school or college. AFROTC classes meet on the University of Oklahoma. Approval for enrolling in an academic overload will be based on the student’s ability to perform on an overload basis. check the OCCC home page at www. Both parties will work toward ensuring that the students have the opportunity to complete their degree programs effectively and efficiently. Oklahoma City Community College.S. Basically. Business and Management at the University of Central Oklahoma. University of Oklahoma Partnership Oklahoma City Community College and the University of Oklahoma have forged a partnership to better serve the student whose educational goal is the baccalaureate degree. For more information. Norman campus.

or 5. have opened new doors of opportunity for students. For example. The Academic Bridge Program is a full-time schedule of ESL courses at the advanced level. The College offers an extensive variety of educational programs and services to meet diverse individual needs. Cooperative Alliance Programs *Aviation Maintenance Technology Business -Administrative Office Technology/Adm Office Specialist -Administrative Office Technology/Legal Secretary Automotive Technology -Automotive Technology Internship Program Emphasis * Non-Structural Repair Emphasis * Painting and Refinishing Emphasis Child Development Computer-Aided Technology -Computer-Aided Design Emphasis Computer Science -Computer System Support Emphasis -Cyber/Information Security Emphasis *Database Administration *Diagnostic Medical Sonography ** *Diesel Technology *Electronics -General -Instrumentation and Control *Enterprise Communication Systems Graphic Communications -Print Media *Manufacturing Technology -Precision Machining -Advanced Manufacturing *Medical Assistant *Network Technology *Orthotics/Prosthetics ** *Respiratory Care Therapist ** *Surgical Technology ** Technology *Programs are only offered through the cooperative alliances. Rose State College Partnership Oklahoma City Community College and Rose State College cooperate to provide the broadest possible offering of modern language courses without unnecessary duplication. Non-credit enrollment is available for students who may not yet be eligible for credit enrollment. for students planning to transfer to a university or four-year college. or Moore Norman Technology Centers students can earn college credit toward an associate degree or certificate of mastery awarded by Oklahoma City Community College. writing. and math. listening. Technology Center Partnerships Cooperative Alliances with Oklahoma City Community College and four technology centers. Mid America. speaking. While completing coursework at Francis Tuttle. and personal goals. As a result. Contact the Division of Arts and Humanities at (405) 682-7558 for schedule information. or for students who want to resume studies which were previously interrupted. ESL Coordinator. or dconway@sosu.0 to 5. which also provides advisement and confers the degree. please contact Abra Glenn-Allen Figueroa. Honors Program The Honors Program offers intellectual and cultural enrichment opportunities for academically talented full-time and part-time students and for the entire College community. Students whose English proficiency scores are within a range of 460 to 499 on the Institutional paper-based TOEFL. extension 7558. For specific information about admission to the Academic Bridge Program. (580) 745-4136. call the Francis Tuttle Career Services Center at (405) 7174732. In addition. (580) 745-3252. and TOEFL preparation. The Honors Program at Oklahoma City Community College challenges and invites full-time and part-time students to develop a deeper understanding of academic material through individually designed Honors Contracts. The courses are specifically designed to prepare students for study in an American college or university. writing. call Redlands Community College at (405) 262-2552 or Oklahoma City Community College at (405) 682-7535. career. Oklahoma City Community College students may attend selected classes on the Rose State College campus with credit earned at Oklahoma City Community College. All college credit is awarded by Oklahoma City Community College. Metro Tech.Southeastern Oklahoma State University Partnership Oklahoma City Community College and Southeastern Oklahoma State University have entered into a partnership to offer an Associate in Science leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Aviation Management with options in Maintenance and Business and Master in Science Degree in Aerospace Administration on the Oklahoma City Community College campus. 36 . The program is available in the fall and spring semesters. or Oklahoma City Community College at (405) 682-7822. Courses are offered in grammar. *Pending final Regent approval. or the Division of Arts and Humanities at (405) 682-1611. specific courses and labs are available to help students improve learning skills in areas such as reading. see the “Criteria for Admission” section of this catalog. All major courses are taken at Redlands Community College. Course curricula and requirements are similar so that cooperative class sections may be made available to students. Mid America. Honors Contracts present students and instructors with a unique opportunity to create academically insightful projects or processes in potentially any class. (405) 682-7550 or jschwark@occc. 140 to 172 computer-based TOEFL. Mid America Technology Center at (405) 527-1101. All educational programs and services are available in a variety of formats so students can choose complementary programs of study which fit their own. extension 7326.9 on the IELTS may be eligible to enroll in the Academic Bridge Program. Metro Tech. For additional information.edu. The mission of the English as a Second Language Program is to provide students who are nonnative speakers of English with opportunities to acquire the English they need in order to achieve their educational. ** Special admission requirements Special Academic Programs Oklahoma City Community College is a comprehensive educational institution. services are provided to help students succeed at the College. For further information about the study of ESL at Oklahoma City Community College.edu or the Division of Business at Oklahoma City Community College. contact Aviation Sciences Institute at Southeastern Oklahoma State University (800) 435-1327. For more information. Students can take general education and support classes at Oklahoma City Community College. Moore Norman Technology Center at (405) 364-5763. 48 to 60* on the International TOEFL iBT. at (405) 682-1611. For more information on the specific programs available through cooperative alliances. Metro Tech Technology Center at (405) 605-4487. and Moore Norman. wide-ranging educational opportunities are available for students interested in maximizing their chances for success in the job market. reading. Redlands Community College Partnership Oklahoma City Community College and Redlands Community College in El Reno cooperate to provide pre-agriculture students the opportunity to co-enroll at both institutions. unique learning styles. Francis Tuttle. English as a Second Language Oklahoma City Community College offers English as a Second Language (ESL) courses for students who seek to improve their English.

7. Ideally. Students are considered to be actively pursuing their degree requirements when they have earned a minimum of six credit hours at Oklahoma City Community College during each 12-month period. Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3. Failure on the student’s part to submit official transfer transcripts by this date will prevent final graduation approval. PLA provides for the identification and confirmation of past learning by systematically evaluating the learning against established academic standards for awarding college credit. Recognized academic distinction. Contact Information For more information regarding the Oklahoma City Community College Honors Program or to make an appointment to discuss Honors Program opportunities. and the Dean of Enrollment Management. 3. 2. Tuition Waiver opportunities for qualified applicants. Students are required to list all colleges and universities previously attended on the application for graduation. and a personal interview with the Coordinator of the Honors Program. toward their degree or by the end of the third week of their graduating semester. and is published in the Student Handbook and the College newspaper. Students who will complete degree requirements by the end of the following summer may also request to be allowed to participate. Application deadlines are published in 37 . 5. Delayed Degrees Grade changes and/or “I” grade completions must be submitted within two weeks of the end of the semester in which a student expects to graduate. Professor of English and Honors Program Coordinator. and on-campus testing/evaluation for credit. Email: nsmith@occc.edu/honors ADVANCED STANDING CREDIT Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Oklahoma City Community College supports the concept of life long learning and knows that learning takes place in many environments and in many different ways. PLA is one method used to earn Advanced Standing Credit. students may be permitted to modify their associate degree program by substituting a course of related subject matter for a required course. Graduation occurs at the end of the three major semesters: Fall.5.Eligibility To be eligible for the Honors Program. contact Advising & Career Services Office at (405) 682-7535. To Graduate With Honors. please contact Nina G. They must also provide an official copy of their transcript from that institution within four weeks after the last day of their graduating semester. The learning must demonstrate a balance between theory and practical application. are eligible to participate. Students who have not been actively pursuing their degree must complete the requirements which are stated in the current College Catalog at the time they apply for graduation. Commencement Each year there is a formal commencement exercise held in May. Program Benefits for Students: 1. Faculty who are subject matter experts will evaluate competency. CLEP. Earned “H’s” are placed on student’s transcript. It is a process that allows adults to identify and demonstrate relevant learning acquired through life and work experience. 4. Substitution for any required course in a degree plan specified in the College Catalog requires approval by the dean of the division offering the degree. not for experience. 2. Application Process The application process includes an Application Form. Complete at least 75%of all attempted class enrollments at Oklahoma City Community College. 3. Enhanced scholarship opportunities. Credit is only awarded for actual college level learning. Graduation Application Procedure Students should apply for graduation after they have accumulated a total of at least forty-five (45) semester hours. Students concurrently enrolled at another institution. Spring. in program required coursework. Submission after that time will result in the delayed conferral of the degree. Smith. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that official transcripts from all institutions attended are submitted to the Office of Records and Graduation Services prior to the application deadline for the semester in which they plan to graduate (see the Academic Calendar). 7141 Information may also be acquired online by visiting the Honors Program web site at www. an essay. Continuing Oklahoma City Community College students. must have the following: 12 or more completed credit hours and a cumulative college GPA of at least 3. Participants are required to wear a cap and gown. Honors stoles awarded to be worn at Commencement. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Students wishing to graduate must complete all degree requirements and apply for graduation by completing an application in the Office of Records and Graduation Services. One-on-one academic interaction with instructors. 6. Additional information. For more information on how to obtain PLA. Failure to do so may affect their graduation status. Graduates from the preceding summer and fall. including transfer students. entering freshmen and students with fewer than 12 college credit hours must have the following: a composite ACT score of at least 22 or a high school grade point average of at least 3. and to translate that learning into college credit. students should apply to the Honors Program before completing 30 credit hours. catalogs or syllabi may also be required in order to evaluate or document transfer credit. Complete a minimum of 15 credit hours earned in honors courses at Oklahoma City Community College earning an A or B” in each course. OCCC has provided for some forms of PLA in the past such as course substitutions or evaluations. will be required to provide verification of enrollment and evidence of satisfactory progress before participation in commencement is approved. Selection of Catalog Students who have been actively pursuing their degree requirements may complete the requirements which were stated in the College Catalog at the time they declared a major and were accepted into a degree program or of any subsequent College Catalog. In special cases. Additional information regarding graduation procedures and application deadlines is available in the Office of Records and Graduation Services. such as course descriptions. including transfer hours.occc. They may then complete a Request for Course Substitution form available in the Office of Records and Graduation Services or in the Division Office. which may be purchased through the Bookstore. along with spring candidates. To initiate this procedure. Students Must: 1.edu Telephone: 405.5.682. “With Honors” printed on student’s transcript and diploma. Course Substitutions Degree-seeking students should follow the curriculum pattern for the major academic area they select as it is outlined in the catalog. students must first have the approval of their advisor.5. the Academic Calendar. The degree will be officially conferred at the end of the next semester.1611 ext. These documents along with all requested course substitutions must also be submitted by the student prior to the graduation application deadline. and Summer.

Second Associate Degree 1.S. Double Majors The College offers students the option of pursuing a double major: one degree with two majors. Diplomas and certificates will reflect the official degree only. students pursuing an Associate in Applied Science Degree (A. Although credit hours earned as advanced standing are encouraged as a means for meeting degree requirements. In addition to meeting the general requirements for the particular associate degree.S. Additional verification of option completion may be obtained from the Office of Records and Graduation Services. An option is a special sub-grouping of relevant courses within a major. Students pursuing an Associate in Arts Degree (A. c. Options Within a Major Students may complete one or more options within a major depending upon the selected program of study. b) Selection of a major different from that studied for the first degree.A. b.) may elect a second major offered under A. Students wishing to earn a certificate are required to earn at least 4 hours of a 15-hour (or less) program.A. which are clearly applicable to the degree at this college. Computer Proficiency Requirement Oklahoma City Community College recognizes that many business. Students applying for an associate degree must earn a minimum of 15 credit hours. Courses which satisfy the computer proficiency requirement Any online course or web enhanced course ACCT 2213 Computerized Accounting AOT 1113 Computer Keyboarding AOT 1713 Beginning Word Processing Applications AOT 2013 Legal Billing AOT 2133 Automated Records Management AOT 2313 Intermediate Word Processing and Applications AOT 2323 Legal Terminology and Machine Transcription AOT 2453 Office Information Processing AOT 2463 Applied Graphics with Desktop Publishing AOT 2473 Office/Accounting Spreadsheet Applications APPM 1313 Mathematics for Health Careers ART 1173 Computer Drawing ART 1363 Multimedia ART 2533 3D Rendering and Design Visualization ART 2573 Digital Painting ART 2583 Digital Video & Sound Editing I ART 2633 3D Animation and Special Effects BIO 2902 Science Capstone BIOT 2816 Biotechnology Laboratory I BIOT 2914 Biotechnology Laboratory II BUS 2033 Business Communications CAT 1214 Computer-Aided Design CAT 1223 Game Development and Design Concepts CAT 1253 CAD 3D Modeling CAT 1413 CAD Hardware and Software CAT 1513 Digital Imaging CAT 2113 CAD Management and Standards CAT 2163 CAD Programming and Automation CAT 2223 Game Level Design CAT 2533 3D Rendering and Design Visualization CAT 2540 Applications in CAD CAT 2633 3D Animation and Special Effects CAT 2924 Design Project CHEM 2902 Science Capstone CS 1103 Introduction to Computers and Applications CS 1143 Beginning Programming CS 1153 Introduction to Computing Technologies CS 1333 Database Management Applications CS 1343 Spreadsheet Application CS 1353 Introduction to Operating Systems and Hardware CS 1363 Multimedia CS 2113 Computer-Based Information Systems CS 2123 Assembly CS 2143 Digital Media Editing CS 2153 Supporting Operating Systems CS 2163 Java CS 2173 Oracle CS 2183 Linux CS 2193 Supporting Desktop Applications CS 2213 COBOL CS 2223 Systems Analysis and Design CS 2303 Networking Technologies CS 2363 C++ CS 2403 Computer Support Services CS 2413 Web Site Development CS 2433 Web Animation CS 2443 SQL Server Disclosure of Graduation Rates Oklahoma City Community College. or successful completion of a computer proficiency assessment. A second associate degree may be awarded provided the following requirements are met: a) Completion of the general and specific requirements for both degrees. as long as the second major is within the same type of degree sought..S. Students can verify that they completed work within an option by presenting their transcripts which will show the courses that were completed. Therefore. completing the course “Introduction to Computers and Applications” or any other course which requires competency in one or more of the above functions (a list of applicable courses appears below). they are excluded when calculating resident credit hours. industrial. educational.to 36-hour program or 12 hours of a 37-to 49-hour program at Oklahoma City Community College.) may elect a second major offered under A. c) Presentation of a minimum of 15 credits from Oklahoma City Community College in addition to those presented for the first degree and which are clearly applicable to the second degree sought.Residency Requirements for a Degree or Certificate Certain residency hours are required for a student to earn a degree or certificate from Oklahoma City Community College.) may elect a second major offered under A. all Oklahoma City Community College associate degree graduates will demonstrate competency in the use of a computer to perform one or more of the following functions: • • • • • word processing spreadsheet use database management multimedia/graphic design programming 38 . validation of computer-related academic or work experience. makes available to any enrolled or prospective student its completion or graduation rate. While it is possible to earn only one degree in a specific major. and personal activities involve the use of computers.A. students may choose to complete several options within that one major. students pursuing an Associate in Science Degree (A. A student may satisfy the computer proficiency requirement by: a.. the student must also meet the specific requirements for each major elected.A. 9 hours of a 16.S. This information is available upon request in the Office of Records and Graduation Services. in compliance with the Student Rightto-Know Act.

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In addition.Net CS 2573 Oracle Database Administration CS 2610 Internship CS 2623 Server-Side Programming CS 2703 Introduction to Cyber/Information Security CS 2713 Principles of Information Security CS 2723 Secure Electronic Commerce CS 2743 Enterprise Security Management CS 2753 Information System Assurance CS 2763 Network Security CS 2773 Secure System Administration and Certification CS 2783 Cyber Forensics DBM 1000 Special Topics 1-4 Credit Hours DBM 1103 Database Theory DBM 1313 Introduction to SQL DBM 1333 Database Administration DBM 2000 Special Topics 1-4 Credit Hours DBM 2213 PL/SQL Programming DBM 2313 Database Back Up and Recovery DBM 2322 Database Networking DBM 2334 Database Performance Tuning DBM 2353 Database Administration with SQL Server DBM 2363 Unix for Database Administrators DBM 2373 Database and Application Design Using CASE ECS 1000 Special Topics ECS 1022 Introduction to Enterprise Communications Systems ECS 1054 Basic Web Design Elements ECS 1214 PC Hardware and Software ECS 1233 Operating Systems ECS 1253 Beginning Solaris ECS 1273 Basic JAVA Elements ECS 1314 Networking Fundamentals ECS 1334 Routing Technologies ECS 2000 Special Topics ECS 2224 Network Operating Systems ECS 2272 Advanced JAVA Elements ECS 2334 Advanced Routing/Switching ECS 2354 Advanced Solaris ECS 2364 Advanced Network and Design Management ECS 2414 Building Scalable Networks ECS 2434 Building Remote Access Networking ECS 2454 Building Multi-Layer Switched Networks ECS 2474 Inter-Network Troubleshooting ECS 2514 Fundamentals of Network Router Security ECS 2534 Fundamentals of Network Security for PIX FW ECS 2554 Fundamentals of Wireless LANs ET 1124 Digital Logic Fundamentals ENGR 1113 Introduction to Engineering/FORTRAN ENGR 1213 Engineering Graphics & Design ENGR 2103 Interactive Engineering Design Graphics ENGL 1113 English Composition I (when listed in the class schedule as a “Computer-Assisted Writing” offering) ENGL 1213 English Composition II (when listed in the class schedule as a “Computer-Assisted Writing” offering) ENGL 1233 Report Writing ENGL 2003 Creative Writing (when listed in the class schedule as a “Computer-Assisted Writing” offering) GCOM 1043 Electronic Publishing: QuarkXpress I GCOM 1053 Electronic Publishing: InDesign I GCOM 1133 Introduction to Macintosh GCOM 1153 Digital Photography GCOM 1173 Computer Drawing GCOM 1183 Computer Drawing: Illustrator GCOM 1223 Advertising Layout GCOM 2053 Electronic Publishing: InDesign II GCOM 2323 Publication Design GCOM 2353 Applied Graphic Art GCOM 2773 Image Editing: Photoshop I GCOM 2783 Image Editing: Photoshop II GCOM 2793 Web Page Design I GCOM 2843 Web Page Animation II HIST 2303 Historical Research. and Writing HIST 2363 World History: Sub-Saharan Africa HIST 2353 World History: Latin America JB 1133 Newswriting I LS 0023 College Writing I (when listed in the Class Schedule as a “Computer-Assisted Writing” offering) LS 0033 College Writing II (when listed in the Class Schedule as a “Computer-Assisted Writing” offering) MA 2234 Administrative Medical Office Procedures MET 1143 Computer Numerical Control Operation MET 1153 Computer Numerical Control Setup MET 2423 Computer Numerical Control Programming PHYS 2902 Science Capstone PRDT 1223 Introduction to Computer-Aided Manufacturing PRDT 1534 Programmable Controller Programming PRDT 2222 Statistical Process Control PRDT 2544 Computer Integrated Manufacturing PRDT 2553 Computer-Aided Machining PTA 1213 Pain Management and Massage PTA 2113 PTA Systems/Problems MATH 1503 Contemporary Mathematics MATH 2104 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I MATH 2214 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II MATH 2314 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III NT 1000 Special Topics 1-4 Credit Hours NT 1114 Microcomputer Installation and Service NT 1124 Computer Network Connections: Copper NT 1134 Configuring and Troubleshooting Desktop Applications NT 1144 Introduction to Networking NT 1154 Internetwork Theory and Design NT 1164 MS Windows Professional Installation and Support NT 1184 Linux Installation and Administration NT 1194 Novell NetWare Installation and Administration NT 1224 MS Office Installation and Support NT 1233 Network Routing Systems NT 2000 Special Topics 1-4 Credit Hours NT 2114 MS Windows Server Installation and Support NT 2124 Network Switching Systems NT 2144 Network Services NT 2154 Directory Services NT 2164 WAN Systems and Design NT 2324 Network Planning and Design NT 2344 Proxy Server Installation and Administration NT 2374 Computer Network Connections: Fiber NT 2394 Network Administration NUR 1519 Nursing Process I NUR 1529 Nursing Process II NUR 2539 Nursing Process III NUR 2549 Nursing Process IV DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES Programs of Study Oklahoma City Community College offers two types of associate degree programs: transfer and technical/occupational. Methods. a number of certificates of mastery are offered in technical and occupational fields of study.CS 2453 Visual Basic CS 2463 Advanced Java CS 2503 Network Administration CS 2513 Client-Side Programming CS 2553 Advanced Visual Basic CS 2563 C# .

) Business. a minimum of 37 must satisfy the general education core requirements (see Degree Requirements). (A.) Liberal Studies.A.S. Of the 60 semester credit hours.S.) Philosophy. Each university’s official catalog provides pertinent information about admission policies and academic programs. (A. (A. (A. the student can be assured that courses in the student’s major will transfer directly toward the bachelor’s degree.) Pre-Pharmacy.S.A.A.S.) Pre-Baccalaureate Nursing. After fulfilling the degree requirements.A. Visual Arts.) Political Science/Pre-Law.A.) Psychology. (A.S.S.) Theatre Arts. (AA) Aviation Maintenance Technology.) Literature. (A.A. (A. Technical/Occupational Curriculum Patterns Automotive Technology -Automotive Technology Internship Program Emphasis -ACDelco Technician Service Education Program (TSEP) -GM Automotive Service Educational Program Emphasis* -Non-Structural Repair Emphasis# -Painting and Refinishing Emphasis# Aviation Maintenance Technology# Biotechnology Research Technician Business -Accounting -Administrative Office Technology/Administrative Office Specialist Emphasis -Administrative Office Technology/Legal Secretary Emphasis -Automotive Management Emphasis ** -Automotive Service Management Emphasis -Business Management -Finance/Banking -Finance/General Child Development Clinical Research Program Computer-Aided Technology -Computer Aided Design Emphasis -Game Design -Geographic Information System (pending Regents approval) -Multimedia Emphasis 40 .A.A. the student is awarded an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science. (A.A.S.) or Associate in Science (A.) Broadcasting. This site will assist a student in determining which course or courses will transfer to another Oklahoma college or university. (A.) ** Pending Regents Approval * Offered by cooperative agreement with Redlands Community College and conferred by Redlands Community College.) —French Emphasis —Spanish Emphasis Music.S. (A.S. (A. By using the appropriate transfer guide. (A.) —Early Childhood-Elementary and Special Education (OU) —Early Childhood-Elementary and Special Education (UCO) —Early Childhood— —Elementary and Special Education (USAO & other institutions) Pre-Engineering.) —Aviation Management —General Emphasis —Management Emphasis Chemistry. (A. (A.S.A. The curriculum patterns listed below are presented in the next section of the Catalog.) -General Emphasis Biology. (A. (A.) —General Emphasis Modern Languages (A. (A.A.) degrees.) Public Relations. (A. Students should also consult a faculty advisor in their major at Oklahoma City Community College. That information is essential to the student’s successful transfer to that university.org/ studentcenter/ transfer-stdnts. NOTE: Students interested in a field of study not listed may pursue an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree in Diversified Studies which may be tailored to the student’s desired field of study and to the university to which the student plans to transfer.University Parallel/Transfer Programs Oklahoma City Community College offers a broad range of transfer programs for students planning to continue on at a four-year college or university.) Computer Science.A.) History.) Humanities.” The Policy Statement on Undergraduate Degree Requirements and Articulation assures that the general education core (37 credit hours) of the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree at Oklahoma City Community College will apply directly toward the lower division general education requirements at any state university in Oklahoma.S. University Parallel/Transfer Curriculum Patterns Agriculture* Art.) Physics. (A.) Journalism. (A.S.S.A.S. (A. (A.) Sociology.A.S.) Speech. Oklahoma City Community College has established specific curriculum patterns for transfer programs leading to the Associate in Arts (A. Transfer guides showing course-by-course articulation between Oklahoma City Community College and a number of state universities are available in Office of Academic Advising. (A. Students may enroll in freshman and sophomore courses which lead to a baccalaureate degree in practically any field of study. (A.) Diversified Studies. Technical/Occupational Programs A technical/occupational program is designed to prepare a student to enter the world of work after successfully completing the curriculum.) Pre-Dentistry. With approval.) Child Development.) Film and Video Production (A.) Mathematics.) Pre-Medicine. (A. the associate degree program may be modified to meet a student’s needs depending on the intended transfer college or university.) —Management Information Systems Emphasis —Computer Science Emphasis (OU) —Computer Science Emphasis (UCO) —Cyber/Information Security Pre-Allied Health.A.A.S. the student is awarded an Associate in Applied Science. These degrees require the completion of a minimum of 60 semester credit hours. (A. In addition.S.) Technology.) Pre-Education. Policy Statement on Undergraduate Degree Requirements and Articulation In accordance with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Policy Statement on Undergraduate Degree Requirements and Articulation. a student who completes an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science degree at Oklahoma City Community College “may transfer into a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree program at any senior institution of the State System and be assured of completing his or her program in sequential fashion. Students are encouraged to visit the “Transfer Center” on the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education web site at http://www.A. (A. students are advised to secure the official catalog of the university to which they plan to transfer.okhighered.) or (A. The remaining approved courses will be related to the student’s major or courses which directly support that major.A. (A. (A.A. (A. (A. Upon completion of specified degree requirements.

All education must be completed within three semesters from the time the educational plan is agreed upon.) graduate is judged by the initial employer to be lacking in either academic or technical job skills identified as exit competencies by Oklahoma City Community College for the specific degree program. graduate. insurance. 7777 South May Avenue.S. dean. 9.S. 4. degree from Oklahoma City Community College after Fall 1995 in a technical program identified in the current College catalog. 2. students should first contact Office of Academic Advising. ** Pending Regents Approved #Programs offered only through the cooperative alliances 6. Education provided will be limited to nine credit hours related to the identified skill deficiency and to those classes regularly scheduled during the period covered by the educational plan. OK 73159. 7. the graduate will be provided up to nine credit hours of additional education at and by Oklahoma City Community College. room and board. Employment must commence within twelve months of graduation. students want to complete a specified curriculum pattern of fewer than 60 credit hours which will allow them to meet the certification requirements of various state agencies or other external certifying groups. that the employee is lacking specific entry-level skills guaranteed by Oklahoma City Community College as part of the degree program. The employer must identify deficiencies and certify in writing. Certificates of Mastery Frequently.S. within 90 days of the graduate’s initial employment.A. 41 . The employer. degree from Oklahoma City Community College with a majority of the credits for the degree being earned at Oklahoma City Community College. The graduate must be employed full-time in an area directly related to the program of concentration as certified by Oklahoma City Community College. uniforms. 5. Certificate Curriculum Patterns Administrative Office Technology -Legal Office Procedures Airframe and Powerplant Technician** Banking and Finance Biotechnology Research Assistant Child Development Computer-Aided Technology -Computer Aided Design Emphasis -Game Design -Geographic Information System -Multimedia Emphasis Computer Science -Computer Systems Support -Computer Networking Support -Cyber/Information Security -Web Design -Web Development Diesel Technician** Emergency Medical Sciences -Basic EMT -Paramedic Film and Video Production Technician General Office Technology Insurance Legal Office Procedures Medical Transcriptionist Modern Languages -Spanish Emphasis Orthotics Technician** Prosthetics Technician** Technology **Pending OSRHE approval Associate in Applied Science Graduate Educational Guarantee Technical Education Guarantee If an Associate in Applied Science (A. To begin a certificate program. 12. and other course related expenses other than the enrollment fee.Computer Science -Computer Programming Emphasis -Cyber/Information Security Emphasis -Database Emphasis -Computer Systems Support Emphasis -Web Design and Development Emphasis Database Management# Diagnostic Medical Sonography# Diesel Technology**# Electronics# -General Emphasis -Instrumentation and Control Emphasis Emergency Medical Sciences Enterprise Communications Emphasis# Film and Video Production Technician Graphic Communications -Print Media Emphasis -Multimedia Emphasis -Photography/Digital Imaging Emphasis Manufacturing Technology# -Precision Machining Emphasis -Advanced Manufacturing Technology Emphasis -Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology Emphasis Medical Assistant*# Network Technology# Nanotechnology Nursing* Occupational Therapy Assistant* Orthotic and Prosthetic Technician*# Physical Therapist Assistant* Respiratory Care Therapist*# Surgical Technology*# Technology * Special Admissions Procedures Required. The graduate must have earned the A. Oklahoma City Community College’s sole responsibility for skill deficiencies shall be limited to nine credit hours of education under the conditions described above.A. Oklahoma City. and the appropriate faculty will develop a written educational development plan for the needed education. The guarantee process can be initiated by written notification from the employer to Oklahoma City Community College.A. The guarantee does not imply that the graduate will pass any licensing or qualifying examination for a particular career. fees. 11. The graduate must have completed the degree within a four-year time span from the date the first coursework applicable to the degree earned was completed through the date degree requirements were completed. Special conditions that apply to the guarantee are as follows: 1. As a result. 3. 8. tools. The graduate and/or employer is responsible for the cost of books. Vice President for Academic Affairs. certificate programs are offered in a number of career areas. 10. The graduate must have completed the A.

and Analyze how shifts in social institutions impact the family. indicating a general understanding of that area. and Support conclusions logically and communicate them effectively. Students will demonstrate analytical reasoning and logic skills by using mathematical methods and tools. All are necessary in order to graduate. and courses are listed in the general degree requirement section of the catalog. good posture. and Demonstrate consistent use of correct and appropriate spelling. AA. Vary the tone of voice appropriate to the content of the speech and context of the audience. as a portion of the overall 60 semester-credit hours. Analyze how religion serves to shape the norms of a society. students should be able to generate a clear. Swim Techniques. body. values. Specifically. General Requirements • The completion of a minimum of 60 semester credit hours.0 average) college credit (post high school) • Students who are non-degree seeking • Other exceptions will be made through The Dean of Student Development or their designee located in Office of Academic Advising. Basketball. and beliefs that have shaped global communities.S. IV. Every student receiving an Associate Degree (AAS. Government-6 hours c. of a basic general education core of a minimum of 18 semester-credit-hours of transferable coursework instructed by general education faculty. Some are required by state law. of successful (2. General Education Electives-6 hours Technical-Occupational Specialty-27 hours Support and Related Courses 1 The General Education Core General education program competencies were approved by the College Executive Council in February 1993 and revised in April 2006. Life Skills Requirement All students are required to complete a minimum of one credit hour from an approved Life Skills course list. and Economic Institutions Students will demonstrate an understanding of the function of major social institutions. and Evaluate that conclusion for correctness and/or effectiveness and develop alternative solutions if needed. and Demonstrate an understanding of ethical concerns of selected global communities. Social. a.0 in all coursework attempted excluding any repeated or reprieved courses as detailed in the College’s grading policy. electives. Values and Beliefs Students will demonstrate an understanding of the ideas. B. 42 I & III 0-15 hours1 (to total a minimum of 60 hours) The credit-hour requirement will depend upon the course requirements in general education and the technical-occupational specialty to total a minimum of 60 hours. students should be able to demonstrate the effective use of an introduction. Formulate evidence and examples to support the topic idea. The following general degree requirements. Analyze how economic systems impact society. and time limit of the speech. General Requirements The completion. gestures. Others address the mission and goals of Oklahoma City Community College. Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries-These Wellness courses cannot be used for the first 60 credits of a student’s degree requirements. III. Demonstrate knowledge of significant historical events and figures of selected global communities. Political. The Primary fullfillment of this requirement is through the Success in College and Life course SCL-1001. grammar. Courses . and conclusion of a formal speech. For public speaking skills. Construct a logical pattern of paragraph development. I. Relationships in Nature and Science Students will demonstrate critical thinking by using scientific methodology. applied technical writing or (2) a course in English grammar and composition or (3) a collegelevel oral communication course. as well as those of OCCC. Total Wellness. and Demonstrate appropriate attire. Demonstrate an audience-centered purpose that adapts to the audience. Students will demonstrate effective writing and public speaking skills. students must select from the following elective life skills courses: BIO 1023 Introductory Nutrition PSY 1103 Human Relations PSY 1123 Stress Management FIN 1013 Personal Finance ** Wellness Courses: Volleyball.. apply to each degree. students should be able to Identify mathematical properties that apply to a situation. and arguable thesis or dominant idea. with a GPA of no less than 2. required elements (such as “six hours of Humanities”). b. however. General Education requirements. or more. Communications-6 hours II This must include two courses from one or more of the following three areas: (1) a college-level communications course in general. Success in College and Life SCL-1001 (1hr) is required of all entering students. U. History and U. Analyze how education interacts with cultural values and norms. and word choice. Communication and Symbols A.GENERAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS The specific curriculum patterns for each associate degree and certificate program are listed in the next section of the College Catalog. Demonstrate familiarity with major cultural issues of selected global communities. Weight Training. and those that can be used as general education electives. Deliver the speech with effective eye contact relative to the use of presentational aids (when applicable) and the audience. Draw reasoned conclusions based on the results of the analysis. Specifically. students should be able to demonstrate understanding of basic world geography. and meaningful body movement. The courses are divided into two categories. students should be able to analyze a set of data or qualitative observations using previously learned tools. specific. Apply those mathematical properties appropriately to the situation in order to reach a conclusion. Human Heritage. General Education at Oklahoma City Community College is an integral component of each student’s experience. Culture. Only courses numbered 1000 or above apply toward degree requirements. For writing. Associate in Arts and Associate in Science Degrees Associate in Arts and Associate in Science are university-parallel degrees designed to comply with the policy on articulation approved by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. occasion. Associate in Applied Science Degrees These programs comply with policies set by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education who set standards of education for awarding the associate degree in technical and occupational programs. Specifically. or AS) must complete at least one course from each of the following areas.S. students should be able to analyze how political systems impact society. II. Exceptions to the requirement will include the following: • Students transferring in 9 hours. Specifically. and which shall include the following: The number following the course designates which general education area is being achieved with that course. If exempt from Success in College and Life. excluding physical education activity or courses.

.....................................................identified by “C” (or “B”) within a program curriculum pattern must be completed with a grade of “C” or better (“B” or better) by students majoring in that program......................................................................................................... 7 hours Biological 3-4 hours and Physical Science 3-4 hours (Chosen from the following) ASTR 1504 General Astronomy .......... Economics................................................................................................................................ I HUM 2133 Comparative Religions ............................................................. I HIST 1613 Early Western Civilization ............................................................................... 43 ...............................II and ENGL 1213 Composition II ......................... • The completion....................................................................... IV PHYS 1214 College Physics II ..... I PHIL 1603 Introduction to Logic ................................................................................................................................. IV PHYS 2114 Engineering Physics II ....... I HUM 1113 Music Appreciation .................................. 3 hours POLSC 1113 American Federal Government .............. I HUM 2223 Humanities-Modern ............................................................... II MATH 2013 Introduction to Statistics ....................... II ENGL 2433 World Literature since 1700 .................................................................................................................. I HUM 2153 Introduction to Eastern Thought ...............................................II MATH 1513 College Algebra .... • The completion of the Computer Proficiency Requirement (see page 40)........................................S...................................... IV CHEM 1123 Principles of Chemistry ....................................................................... I HIST 2000 Special Topics in History ................................................................................................. Fine Arts (Art............III Science (One course must be a laboratory Science) ............. I HUM 2243 Film Studies ......S..................... IV BIO 2125 Microbiology ......................................................... or Modern Languages............... I HUM 2263 American Cinema .............................................................................................. I HUM 2353 History of Science ........ II ENGL 2133 Introduction to Poetry ................................................................S............ IV BIO 1203 History of Life on Earth .. IV GEOL 1063 Earth Science ........................................................................II ENGL 2353 Native American Literature ................................... as part of the overall 60 semester credit hours......................... 6 hours ENGL 1103 Multi Cultural English Composition I .................................................................................................................... as part of the overall 60 semester credit hours.. Sociology.................................................................. I HUM 2000 Humanistic Studies ................................................................... II PHIL 2173 Beliefs and Believers ................ I HIST 2213 Great American Biographies ............... IV PHYS 1514 General Astronomy w/Lab ................................................................. I TA 1103 Introduction to Theatre ...................... I HUM 2143 Mythology ....................................... IV BIO 2215 General Zoology ...... II or any course with a MATH prefix having MATH 1513 or MATH 1533 as a prerequisite Additional Requirement ............................................... Government ............................................................................................................................................................... I HIST 2123 African-American History ....................................... IV BIO 2114 General Botany............................... 3 hours MATH 1503 Contemporary Math....................................................................... IV BIO 2403 Ecology and Environmental Issues ..................................... 3 hours Students will need at least one 3-hour course from the following disciplines: Psychology........................................................................................... IV PHYS 1013 Physical Science ................... IV CHEM 1215 General Chemistry II .... History to the Civil War or I HIST 1493 U........... I ART 1023 Art History Survey II ...........................................................................................................................II ENGL 2123 Introduction to Literature ................. IV CHEM 1131 Principles of Laboratory Chemistry ................. I HUM 2293 Folklore ..............................II MATH 1533 Pre-Calculus and Analytic Geometry .............. IV BIO 1114 General Biology ...................................... I HIST 2203 The American Indian ...................................................................................................................... Humanities............................... English Composition .......................................................................................................................................................................... Students need to be aware when choosing general education electives that certain degree programs require specific support courses..........................................................II ENGL 2423 World Literature to 1700 . IV CHEM 1103 Chemistry Around Us ................................................... IV PHYS 2014 Engineering Physics I ................................................... Science......................................... IV PHYS 1014 Physical Science ............................................................................................................................................... I Mathematics ...............II GEOG 2603 World Regional Geography .................... I HUM 2373 Introduction to World Music ................... I PHIL 1213 Introduction to Ethics ............. I HIST 1623 Modern Western Civilization .................................................................................................... The additional courses may be chosen from those listed in the History..................................................................................................................................................................................... II ENGL 2883 American Literature since 1865 ..........................................................II or ENGL 1113 English Composition I ....................................................................... II ENGL 2653 English Literature since 1798 ..................... IV BIO 2343 Genetics and Man.. I PHIL 2223 Philosophy of Religion . Political Science.................................................................. IV ASTR 1514 General Astronomy w/Lab ............................. General Education Electives (to meet the minimum total of 37 hours) Students will need additional general education electives to meet the minimum total of 37 hours................................................................. IV BIO 1023 Introduction to Nutrition ......................................................................................... I HUM 2173 Beliefs and Believers ............. II ENGL 2773 American Literature to 1865..................................................................................... Music........ History since the Civil War I U............................................................... IV PHYS 1064 Earth Science ............................................................................................................................................ I HUM 2120 Museum Studies ...................................... I American History ............ II ENGL 2413 Women in Literature ...... II ENGL 2343 Introduction to the Short Story ....................... IV PHYS 1504 General Astronomy ............................. IV GEOL 1064 Earth Science .......................................................................................................... I HUM 2103 Music Masterpieces ................................................... I ART 1053 Art Appreciation ............................... IV CHEM 1115 General Chemistry I ......................... IV PHYS 1063 Earth Science .... IV PHYS 1034 General Geology .......................................................................................................................... of a basic general education core of a minimum of 37 semester credit hours which shall include the following: General Education Requirements (for the AA and AS degrees) The number following the course designates which general education area is being achieved with that course............................................ I HIST 2103 Oklahoma-Land of the Red Man......................................... I HUM 2423 Advocates of Peace .............. 3 hours HIST 1483 U.................. IV Humanities ................................................ I HUM 2213 Humanities-Classical and Medieval ......................................................................................................... I ENGL 2110 Readings .............................................................................................. II ENGL 2363 African American Literature .......................................................................................... I PHIL 1013 Introduction to Philosophy ......................................................................... I HIST 1000 Special Topics in History ........................................... IV BIO 2404 Ecology and Environmental Issues .......................................................................................... I HUM 2253 Documentary Films .......... • The completion.................................... IV GEOL 1114 General Geology .......... of major and support courses listed by major in the Curriculum Patterns section of this catalog.. or Mathematics categories (above) or from the list below............................. and Theatre).................................................... IV PHYS 1114 College Physics I....... 6 hours (Chosen from the following) ART 1013 Art History Survey I ......................... II ENGL 2543 English Literature to 1798 ...................................... IV BIO 1113 General Biology ..

....................................................................... I PSY 2113 Introduction to Child Development ..................II BUS 2033 Business Communication ...................................................................................................................................................................................III POLSC 2103 Introduction to Public Administration ....III POLSC 2113 Introduction to State and Local Government ................ I CD 2113 Introduction to Child Development ............................ II GRMN 2113 Intermediate German I ............III ENGL 2000 Creative Writing ........II COM 1123 Interpersonal Communications .........................................................II FREN 1115 Elementary French I .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... II CS 1103 Introduction to Computers and Applications .................... I PSY 2403 Developmental Psychology ..........................................III ECON 2123 Principles of Microeconomics ........................ III SOC 2023 Social Problems ................................................................................II FREN 2223 Intermediate French II ...........................................................II GRMN 2223 Intermediate German II .......................... II SPAN 1115 Elementary Spanish I...................................................................................... III SOC 1203 Introduction to the Criminal Process..............III POLSC 2603 Introduction to Comparative Politics................................................................ II SPAN 2113 Intermediate Spanish I ....................BUS 2023 Business Statistics ......................... I SOC 1113 Introduction to Sociology ............................... II COM 2213 Intro to Public Speaking ............................................................................................II SOC 2213 Cultural Anthropology ......................................................................................................................................................III SOC 2013 Marriage and Family Relationships .............................................III POLSC 2223 Introduction to Law ................................................................................................................ III POLSC 2303 Introduction to International Relations.........................................................................................................................................III SOC 2063 Crime and Delinquency ............................. IV PSY 2123 Behavioral Statistics .............................................................................................................................III POLSC 2613 Introduction to Political Science ............II FREN 2113 Intermediate French I .............................................................................................. II 44 ................................................................................................................ II SPAN 1225 Elementary Spanish II .......... I PSY 2743 Social Psychology ...III SPAN 1013 Conversational Spanish I ......II JB 1013 Introduction to Mass Communication .............................. IV COM 1103 Effective Reading..................... III SOC 2143 Minorities......................................................... II SPAN 2013 Conversational Spanish III .............................II GRMN 1115 Elementary German I .......................................................................................................III PSY 1113 Introduction to Psychology ....... Ethnicity and Cultural Diversity.................................................................................II BUS 2043 Business Ethics..................................................II POLSC 1000 Special Topics in Political Science ............................... II FREN 1225 Elementary French II ............ II SPAN 2223 Intermediate Spanish II .... II PSY 2193 Personality Theories ....................II SPAN 1123 Conversational Spanish II ...II ECON 2113 Principles of Macroeconomics ..

. Dean M. Professor of Visual Art Stephen Morrow. Professor of English Brent Noel. private music lessons. Professor of English Julie Corff.Modern Languages (Associate in Arts. Professor of Learning Skills Sue Hinton. Professor of Modern Languages Mike Franco. Certificate of Mastery) Speech .D. Professor of English Cheryl Stanford.Journalism and Broadcasting/Speech Emphasis (Associate in Arts) Theatre Arts (Associate in Arts) Faculty and Lab Supervisors Randy Anderson. Professor of Learning Skills Ginnett Rollins. writing contests. Professor of Modern Languages Mark Schneberger.Division of Arts and Humanities Susan VanSchuyver. Professor of Film and Video Production Mary Ann Moore. as well as other special activities related to the courses and programs listed on this page and throughout the catalog.Humanities/Literature Emphasis (Associate in Arts) Music (Associate in Arts) Philosophy-Humanities/Philosophy Emphasis (Associate in Arts) Photography . Professor of Modern Languages David Charlson . Professor of English Carlotta Hill. Professor of Learning Skills Gwin Faulconer-Lippert. the College newspaper The Pioneer. Associate in Science) Film and Video Production Technician (Associate in Arts. literary magazine publication.Graphic Communications (Associate in Applied Science) Pre-Education (Associate in Science) Public Relations . Division Assistant Lyndsie Stremlow.Visual Art (Associate in Arts) Broadcasting .Journalism and Broadcasting/Broadcasting Emphasis (Associate in Arts) Diversified Studies (Associate in Arts. This division offers opportunities for participation in choirs. Professor of English Nina Smith.Multimedia Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science) Graphic Communications . Associate in Applied Science. Professor of English # Cooperative Alliance agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. Professor of Mass Media Communications Abra Figueroa. Professor of English Michael Punches. Professor of Speech Communication Lori Farr. Punches. Division Secretary The growing recognition of the importance of quality of life issues in Oklahoma City’s economic development has generated a greater appreciation for the importance of the arts and humanities. Professor of Music Pamela Stout. Curriculum Programs • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Art . Professor of English Chris Verschage. Professor of English Greg Mellott. Ed. Professor of Music Dianne Broyles. Professor of Graphic Communications Doug Blake.Journalism and Broadcasting/Journalism Emphasis (Associate in Arts) Liberal Studies (Associate in Arts) Literature . Professor of Visual Art Michael Boyle. Moore Norman and Metro Technology Centers. Communications and Languages Labs Supervisor Marybeth McCauley. 45 .Journalism and Broadcasting/Public Relations Emphasis (Associate in Arts) Spanish . Professor of English Clay Randolph. Professor of English Darby Johnsen.. art shows. Language Arts Department Director Ron Staton. and Certificate of Mastery) French .Print Media Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science) # Journalism . Professor of Learning Skills Bertha Wise.D. Rochelle Mosby. Professor of English Amy Wilson. Professor of Journalism/English Jon Inglett.D.Modern Languages (Associate in Arts) General Humanities-Humanities/General Humanities Emphasis (Associate of Arts) Graphic Communications . Ph. Professor of Theatre Arts Mary C.. Professor of English Kim Jameson. film projects. Ph. The creative aspect of higher education offered by the Division of Arts and Humanities advances the entire curriculum at OCCC. Coordinator of Student Learning Tonya Kymes. plays. Professor of English Linda Robinett. Professor of English Ruth Charnay. Communications and the Arts Department Director Jeff Cleek.

Accounting Option (Associate in Applied Science) Business . # Cooperative Alliance agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle.Advanced Manufacturing (Associate in Applied Science) *# Manufacturing Technology – Precision Machining (Associate in Applied Science) *# Business (Associate in Science) Business . Professor of Accounting Steve Tucker.Management Emphasis (Associate in Science) Business . automotive management.General Office Support (Certificate of Mastery)# Business .Painting and Refinishing (Associate in Applied Science) # Aviation Maintenance Technology (Associate in Applied Science) *# Aviation Maintenance Technology .Medical Transcriptionist (Certificate of Mastery) # Faculty and Lab Supervisors Lisa Adkins. Professor of Administrative Office Technology Gyanendra Baral. Professor of Accounting Jenean Jones.Non-Structural Repair (Associate in Applied Science) # Automotive Technology .Legal Office Procedures (Certificate of Mastery) # Business .) degree are available for students interested in the business field.Administrative Office Technology . Division Assistant Kristi Fields. Professor of Accounting * Major courses available only at Career Technology Centers. finance (banking and insurance) and management.S.Legal Secretary Option (Associate in Applied Science) # Diesel Technology (Associate in Applied Science) *# Diesel Technology (Certificate of Mastery) *# Electronics . Curriculum Programs • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Automotive Technology .Airframe Powerplant Technician & Powerplant Technician (Certificate of Mastery) *# Business . 46 .Insurance (Certificate of Mastery) Business . business.Finance/Banking Option (Associate in Applied Science) Business . Professor of Business Tamala Zolicoffer.) or an Associate in Applied Science (A. Moore Norman. aviation management. Professor of Business/Economics Germain Pichop. Professor of Automotive Technology Kayla Fessler.Instrumentation and Control Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science) *# Manufacturing Technology .Banking and Finance (Certificate of Mastery) Business . Professor of Administrative Office Technology Michael Machiorlatti. Mid America and Metro Technology Centers.General Emphasis (Associate in Science) *# Aviation Maintenance Technology . Professor of Automotive Technology Ron Summers. Professor of Business/Economics Myra Decker. Professor of Economics Vijayan Ramachandran. accounting. Professor of Business Richard Steere. Dean Lea Ann Hall. Professor of Accounting/Business Jason Ferguson.Business Management Option (Associate in Applied Science) Business .(ATIP) (Associate in Applied Science) # Automotive Technologys (Certificate of Mastery) *# Automotive Technology .S.Finance/General Option (Associate in Applied Science) Business .Administrative Office Specialist Option (Associate in Applied Science) # Business . Division Secretary A variety of educational opportunities for an Associate in Science (A.A. These programs are accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Students may study administrative office technology (general office. Professor of Automotive Technology Anita Williams.Aviation Management Emphasis (Associate in Science) Business .General Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science) *# Electronics . legal and medical).Division of Business Jim Schwark.GM Automotive Service Education (ASEP) (Associate in Applied Science) Automotive Technology .Administrative Office Technology . Educational opportunities for an Associate in Applied Science are also available in automotive technology and are accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).

The division continues to work to meet the needs of the community and the state for a skilled workforce in the health professionals. Each student must have a random drug test prior to the first clinical assignment. Drug Testing: Drug testing is required for all students in the Division of Health Professions. Any break in continuous enrollment will require additional OSBI checks and Investigative Background Reports. Professor of Nursing Monica Holland. that have criminal history. Any break in continuous enrollment will require an additional random test. Professor of Nursing Robin McMurry. Professor of Nursing Harvey Conner. HP Lab Assistant Jacqueline Frock. Campus Clinical Lab Coordinator Beverly Schaeffer. Nursing. Professor of Nursing Karen Jordan.Basic Emergency Medical Technician (Certificate of Mastery) Emergency Medical Sciences . The student is responsible for payment for both reports. Professor of Nursing Rosemary Klepper. Professor of Nursing Kay Wetmore. Professor of Occupational Therapy Assistant Background Check: Due to clinical agency requirements. The fee will be paid with the tuition and other fees r in the program. Human Patient Simulator Coordinator Jennifer Halpin. Faculty and Lab Supervisors Jennifer Ball. Professor of Nursing Cynthia Williams. without access to identifying information. Professor of Nursing. Division Clerical Assistant Jennifer Dodson. Director of Nursing Program Tom Kraft. the Division of Health Professions requires an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) background check with both a criminal history search and a sex offender search. Program Director. Professor of Emergency Medical Sciences Valerie Frederick. Division Secretary Martie Collin. Program Director. Division Program Support Assistant The Division of Health Professions at OCCC provides students with a quality education for careers in Emergency Medical Sciences (EMT and Paramedic).Baccalaureate to Associate Degree Nurse Accelerated Pathway (Associate in Applied Science) Nursing . The facility alone can accept or deny clinical access to a student. These programs have a unique focus on developing allied health professionals with solid entry-level skills. Dean Debby Martinez. Clinical Affiliations Coordinator Terri Walker. Professor of Nursing 47 . Professor of Emergency Medical Sciences Shelly Troxel Tevis. Curriculum Programs • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Associate in Applied Science) * Emergency Medical Sciences (Associate in Applied Science) Emergency Medical Sciences . Professor of Nursing Brent Stafford. Professor of Nursing Valerie McCartney. Health Professions Academic Advisor Gina Edwards. Occupational Therapy Assistant. Professor of Physical Therapist Assistant Leaugeay Barnes.Traditional Program (Associate in Applied Science) Occupational Therapy Assistant (Associate in Applied Science) Orthotic and Prosthetic Technician (Associate in Applied Science) * Orthotic Technician (Certificate of Mastery) *# Physical Therapist Assistant (Associate in Applied Science) Prosthetic Technician (Certificate of Mastery) *# Respiratory Care Therapist (Associate in Applied Science) * Surgical Technology (Associate in Applied Science) * Sherri Givens. Professor of Nursing Reeca Young. Professor of Nursing Stephanie Wallace.Career Ladder Pathway (Associate in Applied Science) Nursing . Professor of Nursing Carol Heitkamper. If a student is denied access to clinical sites he/she will be unable to successfully complete the course or the program. Maintaining cooperative relationships with hospitals and health care providers in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area ensures valuable clinical learning opportunities for students. Professor of Nursing Vicky Davidson. All programs are nationally accredited and pass rates on credentialing exams remain high. and Physical Therapist Assistant. Clinical agency representative(s) review the reports. Professor of Occupational Therapy/Director of Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Judy Martin. Emergency Medical Sciences Sarah Brown. Professor of Emergency Medical Sciences Linda Cowan.Paramedic Certificate (Certificate of Mastery) Medical Assistant (Associate in Applied Science) * Nursing . Professor of Nursing Mary Holter. Professor of Nursing Michaele Cole. Professor of Nursing Bruce Farris. Professor of Nursing Deborah Myers. Random drug tests will be done on a predetermined date. A more extensive nationwide Investigative Background Report (IBR) is also required. * Major courses available only at Career Technology Centers. Professor of Physical Therapist Assistant Claire Echols. Assistant Nursing Program Director Cindy Neely.Division of Health Professions Jo Ann Cobble. Professor of Nursing Karla Schenk.

Professor of Computer Science Douglas Gregory.Geographic Information System (Associate in Applied Science. Professor of Computer Science John Helton. Curriculum Programs • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Computer Science . Division Assistant Tsugi Coleman. Professor of Computer-Aided Technology and Department Chair of Computer-Aided Technology Haifeng Ji. ** Pending Approval # Cooperative Alliance agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle.Computer Programming Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science) Computer Science .Web Development Certificate (Certificate of Mastery) Computer-Aided Technology .Web Design Certificate (Certificate of Mastery) Computer Science . Student Computer Center Supervisor Tim Green. Network/Software Coordinator and Department Chair of Computer Science Gary Dominguez. Certificate of Mastery) Computer-Aided Technology .Database Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science) Computer Science . Oklahoma City Community College plays a leading role in maintaining a strong workforce for the rapidly growing IT industry. Professor of Computer Science * Major courses available only at Career Technology Centers.Cyber/Information Security Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science) # Computer Science . Division Secretary The Division of Information Technology offers certifications and two-year degree programs based on real-world training and qualifications that top employers want to see when hiring.Management Information Systems Emphasis (Associate in Science) Computer Science .Multimedia Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science.Cyber/Information Security Emphasis (Certificate of Mastery) Computer Science . Certificate of Mastery**) Computer-Aided Technology . Dean Heather Erwin. Professor of Computer Science.Game Design Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science. Certificate of Mastery)# Computer-Aided Technology . Metro Tech and Mid America Technology Centers.Computer Animation Option (Associate in Applied Science. Certificate of Mastery**) Computer-Aided Technology . Professor of Computer Science Anita Philipp.Web Design and Development Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science) Computer Science . Student Computer Center Evening/Weekend Supervisor Akram Taghavi-Burris. 48 .Computer Systems Support Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science.Computer Science Emphasis Transferring to OU and colleges with Similar Patterns (Associate in Science) Computer Science . Professor of Computer Science Sara Mathew.Division of Information Technology Vicki Gibson. Professor of Computer-Aided Technology Mary Williams. Professor of Computer-Aided Technology Albert Heitkamper.Computer Networking Support (Certificate of Mastery) Computer Science .Cyber/Information Security (Associate in Science) Computer Science . Moore Norman.Computer-Aided Design Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science. Certificate of Mastery) Database Emphasis (Associate in Applied Science) Database Management (Associate in Applied Science) *# Enterprise Communication Systems (Associate in Applied Science) *# Network Technology (Associate in Applied Science) *# Faculty and Lab Supervisors Thomas Ashby. Certificate of Mastery) # Computer Science . These degrees provide an education that will enable students to immediately enter the workforce or transfer to a four-year institution to continue their education.Computer Science Emphasis Transferring to UCO and colleges with Similar Patterns (Associate in Science) Computer Science . Professor of Computer Science Michael Reeves.

or transfer to a university or a professional school. Professor of Physics Changjiang Zhu. Professor of Mathematics Kimberly Kyker. Biology Lab Supervisor Steve Kamm. The faculty and staff are dedicated to serving students and providing an atmosphere that assists them in reaching their goals.Division of Science and Mathematics Max Simmons. Professor of Biology Marsha Austin. Director of Science Kim Do. Professor of Mathematics David Wiggins. Professor of Mathematics Brenda Breeding. Professor of Mathematics Paul Ramirez.General Emphasis (Associate in Science) Courtney Dodd. Professor of Biology Janet Mitchell. Professor of Mathematics Paul Buckelew. Professor of Mathematics Ernest Gobert. Knowledge of mathematics. engineering. Professor of Physics Steve Kash. Professor of Biology Mike Turegun. PreBaccalaureate Allied Health Emphasis (Associate in Science) Biology . Clinical Research Program Director Gail Malmstrom. the biological and physical sciences. Professor of Mathematics Ken Harrelson. Professor of Mathematics John McMurray. Bioinformatics/Biotechnology Discovery Project Coordinator Roger Choate. Professor of Biology Tad Thurston. Professor of Biology Carl Hirtzel. Director of Mathematics Sonya Williams. Curriculum Programs • • • • • • • Allied Health .Science with Chemistry Concentration Program (Associate in Science) Pre-Pharmacy . Division Assistant Daisy Mitchell. The Division of Science and Mathematics offers high quality courses in mathematics. Professor of Mathematics Bruce Bailey. Professor of Biology Lisa Buckelew.Science with Chemistry Concentration Program (Associate in Science) Faculty and Lab Supervisors Dennis Anderson. Professor of Chemistry • Nanotechnology . Outreach Coordinator for Clinical Research Program Steven Shore. Physical Science Lab Supervisor Julian Hilliard. Professor of Bioinformatics Cassandra Meek. Professor of Mathematics Betty Jo Higgins. Professor of Mathematics 49 . Professor of Chemistry Dale Duke.Science with Chemistry Concentration Program (Associate in Science) Pre-Medicine . bioinformatics and nanotechnology. Professor of Chemistry Kristy Bailey. Professor of Biology Greg Holland. biotechnology. Professor of Biology Linda Knox. Professor of Biology Sharon Coffman.Science with Biology Concentration (Associate in Science) Biotechnology (Associate in Applied Science.Science with Biology Concentration Program (Associate in Science) Pre-Dentistry . Dean Tamara Carter. Professor of Mathematics Ron Scribner. All AS degrees offered through the division provide a comprehensive general education background as well as excellent courses in the student’s major field of study. Professor of Biology Sherry Jean Ray. Professor of Physical Science Fabiola Janiak-Spens. and Certificate of Mastery) Chemistry . Professor of Mathematics Charles Nunley.NanoTechnologist (Associate in Applied Science) • • • • • Physics . Professor of Engineering Gary Houlette. Professor of Mathematics Jay Malmstrom. Professor of Chemistry Anthony Stancampiano.Science with Biology Concentration. Professor of Biology Frank Rexach. Our students are equipped to join the work force.Science with Physics Concentration (Associate in Science) Pre-Baccalaureate Nursing .Pre-Engineering (Associate in Science) Mathematics . Professor of Chemistry Daniel Benton. Professor of Physics Richard Trout. engineering and science is power to affect the future. Division Assistant Cheryl Wolfe. Biotechnology Program Director/Professor of Chemistry Virginia Hovda. Math Lab Supervisor Betty Coleman. Clerk Typist Our society is growing ever more dependent on science.Science with Chemistry Concentration (Associate in Science) Clinical Research Programs (Associate in Science) Engineering . mathematics and engineering to solve its problems. Professor of Mathematics Christopher Oehrlein. Professor of Mathematics DeAnn Campell.

Professor of History Stephanie Hayes. Professor of History Trish Bilcik. Child Development programs have been accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).Division of Social Sciences Susan Tabor. Professor of Child Development Jerry Ludlow. we are here to serve you. Professor of Sociology Markus Smith. Please refer to the Course Descriptions and the Course Patterns for more detailed information about particular programs that you are interested in. Professor of Psychology/Behavioral Sciences. please feel free to contact the division office or specific program faculty. Professor of Political Science Thomas Jones. Professor of History Chuck Carselowey. Professor of Psychology Dawn Ladiski. Division Secretary The Division of Social Sciences offers a variety of degree programs that prepare students to transfer to four-year institutions and universities as well as a wide array of general education courses that serve students in programs outside of the division. Professor of Psychology Randy Hopkins. Professor of Psychology Cecilia Pittman. Professor of Political Science / Political Science Department Chair Rick Vollmer. Professor of Political Science # Cooperative Alliance agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. * Child Development programs have been accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). 50 . Professor of Psychology Jeff Carlisle. Curriculum Programs • • • • • • • Child Development (Associate in Arts) Child Development (Associate in Applied Science) # Child Development (Certificate of Mastery) History (Associate in Arts) Political Science/Pre-Law (Associate in Arts) Psychology (Associate in Arts) Sociology (Associate in Arts) Faculty and Lab Supervisors Melinda Barr. Professor of Child Development / Child Development Program Director Jennifer M’Lou Smith. Professor of Psychology Peggy Jordan. Professor of Psychology Yuthika Kím. Professor of Sociology Bruce Cook. Professor of Political Science Ron Gray. In addition. Listed below are all of the programs offered within this division. Professor of Sociology Ray McCullar. Division Assistant Mary Barr. Dean Laurie Thornton. Professor of History Dana Glencross. Chair John Ehrhardt. Professor of History / History and Geography Department Chair Gregory Parks.

nuclear medicine. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR. Humanities: Six credit hours. (R) (W) (R) (R) (R) (W) (M). SOC 1113 or PSY 2403*. CHEM 1115. (R) (W).9 Credit Hours) Computer Science: CS 1103: 5 . The curriculum provides a framework which prepares students pursuing a transfer program in one of the Allied Health career fields including sonography. AN OCCC BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OF 70% OR BETTER.15 Credit Hours) Biology: BIO 2234. ENGL 1213: History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493: Political Science: POLSC 1113: Science: BIO 2125 OR bio 2215. 3 credit hours in biological science²: Physical Science: PHYS 1114 or CHEM 1215²: Allied Health: AHP 1013 General Education Courses: (37 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.Science w/Biology Concentration.S. * Course choice depends on the specific program for which the student is applying. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. CHEM 1115 AND EITHER MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533. communication science. See prerequisite course list of the receiving institution. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. HIGH SCHOOL AP BIOLOGY EXAM SCORE OF 3 OR BETTER. students should work closely with a Faculty Advisor to make informed choices regarding course selections.) Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. BIO 1114 OR CHEM 1115 WITH A “C” OR BETTER. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M).6 credit hours selected with the approval of Faculty Advisor which match the admission requirements of the receiving university. and because admission is highly competitive. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Because each medical career program has different requirements.S. BIO 1113. (R). radiation therapy. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. It has the flexibility to allow students to transfer to four-year institutions under a variety of degree plans. (R) (W). FOUR CREDITS OF COLLEGE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND ANY COLLEGE-LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE (R) (W) (M). radiography. A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1115 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. **Pending approval 51 . Pre-Baccalaureate Allied Health Emphasis** Minimum of 61 Credit Hours Associate in Science The Pre-Baccalaureate Allied Health curriculum pattern is a variation of the Biology emphasis in Science.Allied Health . PSY 1113 Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (14 . (Note that many programs require the completion of at least one junior-level course. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ONE BIOLOGY AND ONE CHEMISTRY COURSE EACH WITH A LABORATORY INCLUDED Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MATH 1513 AHP 1013 CHEM 1115 COLLEGE ALGEBRA MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 3 3 5 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 BIO 2125 BIO 2215 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II U. (R) (R) (W). HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR MICROBIOLOGY —OR— GENERAL ZOOLOGY 5 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR PHYS 1114 CHEM 1215 COLLEGE PHYSICS I —OR— GENERAL CHEMISTRY II 4-5 MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester POLSC 1113 CS 1103 PSY 1113 BIO 2234 HUM SOC 1113 PSY 2403 BIO HUM FA SUPPORT AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY HUMANITIES ELECTIVE INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY —OR— DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 3 3 3 5-6 3 3 3 4 3 GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT (R) (R) (W). Social Sciences: PSY 1113. Mathematics: MATH 1513 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (8 . MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R) (W). nutritional science. AN ACT SCIENCE SCORE OF 22 OR BETTER. physical therapy and occupational therapy. MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.

History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. they can become teachers. ENGL 2103. art critics. Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (16 Credit Hours) Visual Arts: ART 1123. HUM 2233. Sciences: *Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. fashion design. PSY 2163. one of the science courses must include a lab component. illustration.. Humanities: ART 1013. Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. ART 2013. ENGL 1213. making it very diverse and flexible. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. any course with a GCOM prefix. Course ID SCL 1001 ART 1013 ART 1123 ART 1213 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ART HISTORY SURVEY I DRAWING I FOUNDATIONS I: DESIGN AND COLOR ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (R) (R) (R) (W). ART 2821 General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. print making and graphic/visual communications. CAT 1253. After graduating. OR GEOL PREFIXES ART HISTORY SURVEY II DRAWING II CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS ENGLISH COMPOSITION II GEN ED ELECTIVE FOUNDATIONS II: 3D DESIGN PAINTING I HUMANITIES ELECTIVE U. PHIL 2343. PHYS. jewelers. or work in film/video. (R). ART 1213. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R). three to four credit hours Physical Science.S. PSY 1503. museum directors and curators. and allowing students to design an art program that fits their personal educational goals. ART 1023 (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) ART 1213 (R) (R) (W) ART 1123 (R) (W). HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ** GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ** GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT AND PRESENTATION 3-4 GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester ART 1023 ART 1233 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 ENGL 1213 GEN ED ART 1243 ART 2013 HUM HIST 1483 HIST 1493 SUPP GEN ED POLSC 1113 BIO SUPP ART 2821 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 4 1 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR ALL REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES. Social Science or Foreign Language. interior design. ** Guided Support Electives: Any course with the ART prefix. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Graphic Communications students who wish to transfer to a four-year institution should enroll in the Visual Arts program for an Associate in Arts degree. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. art gallery directors. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog.S. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ART 1243. SOC 2173. painters. * At least one science course must include a laboratory component. ART 1233. animation. CAT 2633. JB 2643. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Political Science: POLSC 1113. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. sculptors.Art . Students who earn an associate degree in Visual Arts are prepared to continue studying at a four-year institution.Visual Arts Minimum of 61 credits Associate in Arts The mission of the Visual Arts Program is to provide the fundamental knowledge essential to art majors planning careers in a wide range of visual art disciplines. ceramists. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ART 1023 and 3 credit hours any HUM elective. art therapy. CAT 2533. (R) (W). See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (7 Credit Hours) Seven credit hours of Support Electives Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. art historians and photographers. The program has a large number of approved support electives. CAT 1513. CHEM. Six hours of Gen Ed Electives chosen from Psychology. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester PHYS SC ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. 52 . ART 1013. ENGL 2000.

Career Experience (AT 2001). SUSPENSION AND STEERING A. There are no Prerequisites. Brake Systems.S. Course ID AT 2224 AT 1244 AT 1224 AT 2234 AT 2001 AT 2001 Course Name A. HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING CAREER EXPERIENCE (VARIABLE EMPHASIS AREA) CAREER EXPERIENCE (VARIABLE EMPHASIS AREA) Credits 4 4 4 4 1 1 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Major Courses: (18 hours) ASE Electrical Systems (AT 2224).Automotive Technology * Minimum of 18 credits Certificate of Mastery This certificate allows an individual to work toward competency in underbody service and repair operations on cars and light duty trucks. The certificate of mastery for automotive technology is designed for the student who wishes to enter the job market up completion of the program. BRAKES A.S. Students may continue their education by completing an additional 48 credits to earn an Associate in Applied Science Degree.E. Suspension and Steering Systems.E.S.S. * Pending OSRHE approval 53 .E. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS A. ASE Brakes (AT 1244). Program Information: A Certificate of Mastery in Automotive Technology allows a student to enter the automotive field prepared to take the ASE Certification Examination in four of the eight areas including: Electrical Systems. There are no prerequisites for this program. Underbody service repair employment opportunities remain in high demand with ample opportunities for advancement. ASE Heating and Air Conditioning (AT 2234).ASE Suspension and Steering (AT 1224).E. and Heating & Air Conditioning Systems.

SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (W) (M). SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (W) (M).S. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) Suggested Entry Summer Semester Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester 3 GEN ED Sophomore 2nd Semester AT 2001 AT 2324 AT 2334 BUS 2033 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 AT 2101 ENGL 1113 CAREER EXPERIENCE GM AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS AND TRANSAXLES GM HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS BUSINESS COMMUNICATION REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING A. Political Science: POLSC 1113.S. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. 54 . (R). SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (W) (M). (R). English: ENGL 1113. SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). AT 2324. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. The students develop expertise in the latest technological advances in GM automotive engineering and service procedures. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R) (R) (W). SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (W). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.GM Automotive Service Educational Program Minimum of 66 Credits Associate in Applied Science Students interested in automotive technology can choose the Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) emphasis. ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W). MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Course ID AT 1013 AT 1314 AT 1304 MGMT 2053 AT 2001 AT 1334 AT 1324 AT 1422 POLSC 1113 AT 2001 AT 2001 AT 2314 AT 2304 AT 2422 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 Course Name AUTOMOTIVE STUDENT SUCCESS INITIATIVE GM ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS GM ENGINE REPAIR PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT CAREER EXPERIENCE GM BRAKES GM ENGINE PERFORMANCE GM NEW PRODUCTS I AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CAREER EXPERIENCE CAREER EXPERIENCE GM MANUAL DRIVE TRAINS GM SUSPENSION AND STEERING GM NEW PRODUCTS II CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS Credits 3 4 4 3 1 4 4 2 3 1 1 4 4 2 Type SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M). AT 2314. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. AT 1422. Five hours of AT 2001. CERTIFICATION ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 1 3 1 4 4 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED Sophomore Summer Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 AT 2001 U. or COM 1123. Students are guaranteed employment with their sponsors after graduating. or COM 2213. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (W) (M). Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Students are responsible for providing their own hand tools. AT 2422 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) Math: MATH 1503. SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (W) (M).S. SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (W) (M). Business Communication: BUS 2033 Life Skills Courses: (3 credit hours) AT 1013 Support Courses: (6 credit hours) Principles of Management: MGMT 2053. ASEP students are each sponsored by a General Motors dealership. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. AT 1334. SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (W).E. English/Communications Elective: ENGL 1213. AT 1314. or MATH 2013. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.Automotive Technology . AT 2334. or ENGL 1223 or ENGL 2213. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. AT 1324. AT 2101 AT 2304. or MATH 1513. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CAREER EXPERIENCE 3 1 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Major Courses: (42 credit hours) Automotive Technology/GM Automotive Service Educational Program Emphasis: AT 1304. SPECIAL ADMISSION PROCEDURES REQUIRED (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M).

AT 2234. ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) Suggested Entry Summer Semester Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Freshman Summer Semester AT 2001 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 CAREER EXPERIENCE CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 1 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED 3 GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester AT 2204 AT 2214 AT 2001 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 AT 2224 AT 2234 AT 2001 BUS 2033 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 AT 2101 FA AT A. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.Automotive Technology Internship Program Minimum of 66 Credits Associate in Applied Science Students interested in automotive technology may choose the Automotive Technology Internship Program emphasis. AT 2224. AT 1214.S.E. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR A. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Five hours of AT 2001 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) Math: MATH 1503.E. HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS CAREER EXPERIENCE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION U. as well as diagnostic and trouble-shooting techniques. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. students become familiar with current automotive technology.S. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. or COM 2213.S.E. AT 1244.S. ENGINE PERFORMANCE A. (R).S. 55 . AT 1224. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W).S. or ENGL 1223 or ENGL 2213.E. Political Science: POLSC 1113. MANUAL DRIVE TRAINS A.E. or MATH 2013. Business Communication: BUS 2033 Life Skills Courses: (3 credit hours) AT 1013 Support Courses: (6 credit hours) Principles of Management: MGMT 2053. AT 2204. AT 2214. Course ID AT 1013 AT 1204 AT 1214 MGMT 2053 AT 2001 AT 1224 AT 1244 AT 2001 POLSC 1113 ENGL 1113 Course Name AUTOMOTIVE STUDENT SUCCESS INITIATIVE A. SUSPENSION AND STEERING A. ENGINE REPAIR PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT CAREER EXPERIENCE A.S.S.S.E. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.S.S. (R). or MATH 1513.Automotive Technology . WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. English/Communications Elective: ENGL 1213. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS A. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.E. CERTIFICATION FACULTY APPROVED AUTOMOTIVE ELECTIVE 3 1 4 3 4 4 1 3 4 4 1 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore 2nd Semester Sophomore Summer Semester Major Courses: (42 credit hours) Automotive Technology/GM Automotive Service Educational Program Emphasis: AT 1204. English: ENGL 1113. BRAKES CAREER EXPERIENCE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 3 4 4 3 1 4 4 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W).E. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS/TRANSAXLES CAREER EXPERIENCE REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING A. While studying at Oklahoma City Community College.E. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. or COM 1123.

CERTIFICATION FACULTY APPROVED AUTOMOTIVE ELECTIVE 3 1 3 3 3 2 1 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT Freshman Summer Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester AT 2583 AT 2593 AT 2234 AT 2001 GEN ED AT 2101 AUTO FA 3 3 2 1 3 1 4 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR (R) NONE AT 1553 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR AT 1553 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) Sophomore Summer Semester Major Courses: (42 credit hours) AT 1513. At the conclusion of the degree program. AT 1632. AT 1523. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS CAREER EXPERIENCE OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS AUTOMOTIVE GLASS REPLACEMENT MIG WELDING AND CUTTING A. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.E. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. COM 1123. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.E.E. Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education three credit hour English or communications course*. BRAKES ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 1 3 2 3 3 1 2 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) NONE (R) (W) (M) NONE (R) (W) (M) AT 1513 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR AT 1513 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W).S.S. Political Science: POLSC 1113. ENGL 1233.S. AT 2573. Computer Science: CS 1103.S. AT 2642. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.S. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1103 AT 1553 AT 2001 AT 1513 AT 1224 AT 1523 AT 1533 AT 2001 AT 1244 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS AUTOMOTIVE/COLLISION PROGRAM BASICS CAREER EXPERIENCE INTRODUCTION TO BODY REPAIR AND REFINISHING A.E. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Both basic and advanced techniques will be taught. #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle and Metro Tech Technology Centers. HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS CAREER EXPERIENCE GEN ED ELECTIVE A. AT 2593.E.Non-Structural Repair Minimum of 64 credits Associate in Applied Science This associate degree program is designed to provide students with the skills needed in the auto collision repair industry. AT 2101. *To be chosen from ENGL 1213. (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W) AT 1553 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR AT 1553 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester POLSC 1113 AT 2001 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 AT 2563 AT 2573 AT 2224 AT 2001 OSRHE1 FA MATH1 AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CAREER EXPERIENCE U. AT 2632. AT 2563.S. General Education Electives: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (3 credit hours) Mathematics: Three credit hours of faculty approved mathematics that meet OCCC’s mathematics proficiency requirements. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog.Automotive Technology . SUSPENSION AND STEERING AUTOMOTIVE REFINISHING SYSTEMS AND PREPARATION NON-STRUCTURAL TRIM AND PANEL ALIGNMENT CAREER EXPERIENCE A. or COM 2213 **Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. Major Course Electives: Four credit hours General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. Five hours of AT 2001. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. All major courses are taught at Francis Tuttle and Metro Tech Technology Centers. 56 .S. AT 2583. AT 1533. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR MINOR BODY REPAIR DOOR AND QUARTER PANEL REPLACEMENT A. This program is part of cooperative agreements with Francis Tuttle and Metro Tech Technology Centers. Students will also be eligible for careers in the insurance industry. AT 1642. AT 1553. the students will be eligible for careers in civil service or privately owned repair facilities.

AT 2513. 57 . BY EVALUATION* (R) (W).E. AT 2101. ENGL 1233. AT 2632. Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education three credit hour English or communications course*.E. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. AT 2533. Political Science: POLSC 1113.E. This program is part of cooperative agreements with Francis Tuttle and Metro Tech Technology Centers.E. At the conclusion of the degree program.S. AT 1553. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS GEN ED ELECTIVE A. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493.S. Students will also be eligible for careers in the insurance industry. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR SURFACE PREPARATION EQUIPMENT AND APPLICATION CAREER EXPERIENCE A. or COM 2213 ** Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. Both basic and advanced techniques will be taught.Automotive Technology . the students will be eligible for careers in civil service or privately owned repair facilities. AT 1523. BY EVALUATION* (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W) AT 1513 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR AT 1553 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). Computer Science: CS 1103. AT 2642 Major Course Electives: Four credit hours General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113.E. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. AT 1632. BY EVALUATION* Sophomore Summer Semester Major Courses: (42 credit hours) AT 1513.S. COM 1123. SUSPENSION AND STEERING ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 1 2 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE NONE NONE (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). BY EVALUATION* Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester AT 1523 AT 1533 AT 2001 AT 1642 POLSC 1113 AT 2001 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 AT 1543 AT 2513 AT 2001 AT 2632 OSRHE1 FA MATH1 AUTOMOTIVE REFINISHING SYSTEMS AND PREPARATION NON-STRUCTURAL TRIM AND PANEL ALIGNMENT CAREER EXPERIENCE A. * To be chosen from ENGL 1213. Five hours of AT 2001. General Education Electives: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (3 credit hours) Mathematics: Three credit hours of faculty approved mathematics that meet OCCC’s mathematics proficiency requirements. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS TINTING AND BLENDING TROUBLESHOOTING AND DETAILING CAREER EXPERIENCE A.S.S. AT 1543. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog.S.S. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. AT 2523. #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle and Metro Tech Technology Centers. CERTIFICATION FACULTY APPROVED AUTOMOTIVE ELECTIVE 3 3 3 1 2 3 3 3 3 1 2 3 1 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT Freshman Summer Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester AT 2523 AT 2533 AT 2001 AT 2642 GEN ED AT 2101 FA AT 3 3 1 2 3 1 4 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR (R) AT 1553 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR AT 1553 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). AT 1513 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR AT 1513 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). AT 1533. AT 1642. Course ID SCL 1001 AT 1513 AT 1553 CS 1103 AT 2001 AT 1632 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO BODY REPAIR AND REFINISHING AUTOMOTIVE/COLLISION PROGRAM BASICS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS CAREER EXPERIENCE A.Painting and Refinishing Minimum of 64 credits Associate in Applied Science This associate degree program is designed to provide students with the skills needed in the auto collision repair industry. BRAKES AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CAREER EXPERIENCE U. All major courses are taught at Francis Tuttle and Metro Tech Technology Center.

AMT 2112. AMT 1123. repair and overhaul various aircraft components and systems including electrical and hydraulic systems. AMT 2323 General Education Courses: Life Skills Courses: Support Courses: Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate.Aviation Maintenance Technology-Airframe and Powerplant Technician Minimum of 27 Credits Certificate of Mastery The Aviation Maintenance Technology. The program is designed to provide students completing the program with knowledge and skills necessary to obtain the FAA Airframe and Powerplant license. AMT 2312. AMT 1212. AMT 1323. AMT 2213. Airframe and Powerplant Technician program is a cooperative alliance program between OCCC and Metro Tech Technology Center. The Certificate of Mastery is designed for immediate employment with the option to complete the Associate in Applied Science. AMT 2222. AMT 2122. Aviation maintenance technicians service. The program is accredited through the established guidelines of the Federal Aviation Administration. engines and propellers on commercial and private aircraft. Course ID AMT 1113 AMT 1212 AMT 1312 AMT 2112 AMT 2213 AMT 2312 AMT 1123 AMT 1323 AMT 2122 AMT 2222 AMT 2323 Course Name FUNDAMENTALS OF AVIATION MAINTENANCE BASIC AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES I AIRFRAME SYSTEMS I RECIPROCATING ENGINES I JET TURBINE POWERPLANT I TECHNICAL MECHANICS AND REGULATIONS AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES II AIRFRAME SYSTEMS II RECIPROCATING ENGINES II JET TURBINE POWERPLANT II Credits 3 2 2 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (R) (R) (R) (R) (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Major Courses: AMT 1113. Major courses are available only at Metro Tech Aviation Career Center #This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established between Metro Tech Technology Center and OCCC. AMT 1312. 58 . airframes.

COM 1123. Aviation maintenance technicians service. AMT 2122. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.. ENGL 1233. engines and propellers on commercial and private aircraft. Major courses are available only at Metro Tech Aviation Career Center. airframes. AMT 1123. AMT 2222. General Education Electives: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (15 credit hours) Mathematics: Three credit hour of faculty approved mathematics that meet OCCC’s mathematics proficiency requirements. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. 59 .S. AMT 1312. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). AMT 2213. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR FUNDAMENTALS OF AVIATION MAINTENANCE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES I OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* TECHNICAL MECHANICS AND REGULATIONS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES II BASIC AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS AIRFRAME SYSTEMS I RECIPROCATING ENGINES I JET TURBINE POWERPLANT I FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES AIRFRAME SYSTEMS II RECIPROCATING ENGINES II JET TURBINE POWERPLANT II GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 5 2 2 3 3 7 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (R) (W) (R) (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (R) (R) (W) (M) Major Courses: (27 credit hours) AMT 1113. * To be chosen from ENGL 1213. AMT 1212. or COM 2213 ** Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. AMT 2312. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. AMT 2112. Computer Science: CS 1103.Aviation Maintenance Technology Associate in Applied Science Minimum of 61 Credits The Aviation Maintenance Technology program is a cooperative alliance program conducted jointly by Oklahoma City Community College and Metro Tech Technology Center. repair and overhaul various aircraft components and systems including electrical and hydraulic systems.S. Required general education and support courses are offered at the Oklahoma City Community College campus. Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education three credit hours English or communications course*. Support Electives: Twelve credit hours of faculty approved support electives Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R) (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 AMT 1113 CS 1103 AMT 1312 OSRHE1 AMT 1123 POLSC 1113 AMT 1323 AMT 1212 AMT 2112 AMT 2213 AMT 2312 FA MATH1 FA SUPPORT AMT 2122 AMT 2222 AMT 2323 GEN ED FA SUPPORT U. # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Metro Tech Technology Center. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Federal Aviation Administration certified airframe and powerplant technical occupational courses are offered exclusively at the Metro Tech Aviation Career Center campus. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. AMT 2323 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. AMT 1323. Political Science: POLSC 1113.

in addition to mathematics. AMT 2112. Computer-Assisted. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. AMT 1312. MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. This degree is a part of the Oklahoma City Aviation/Aerospace Education Alliance providing opportunities for high school and adult students. Geography: GEOG 2603. Course ID SCL 1001 AMT 1113 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE FUNDAMENTALS OF AVIATION MAINTENANCE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (W). Business: BUS 2023 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. AMT 2312. AMT 1323. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 BIO 1114 MATH 1513 U. AMT 2122. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. engines and propellers on commercial and private aircraft. Psychology: PSY 1113. ENGL 1213. AMT 1212. WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR.S. (R) (R) (R) (W).Aviation Maintenance Technology . science and technological skills. Major courses are available only at Metro Tech Aviation Career Center. Mathematics: MATH 1513. AMT 1123. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Biology: BIO 1114. Economics: ECON 2113. # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Metro Tech Technology Center. The curriculum stresses aviation maintenance principles. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.General Emphasis Minimum of 69 Credits Associate in Science The Aviation Maintenance Technology program is a cooperative alliance program conducted jointly by Oklahoma City Community College and Metro Tech Technology Center. AMT 2213. Federal Aviation Administration certified airframe and powerplant courses are offered exclusively at the Metro Tech Aviation Career Center campus. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (R). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. (R) (R) (W). Required general education and support courses are offered at the Oklahoma City Community College campus. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. AMT 2222. airframes.S. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. critical thinking and communication skills. repair and overhaul various aircraft components and systems including electrical and hydraulic systems. Aviation maintenance technicians service. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GENERAL BIOLOGY COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 4 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester AMT 1212 AMT 1123 PHYS 1114 HUM PSY 1113 ENGL 1213 BASIC AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS TECHNICAL MECHANICS AND REGULATIONS COLLEGE PHYSICS I HUMANITIES ELECTIVE INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 2 3 4 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester AMT 1312 AMT 2112 AMT 2213 AMT 2312 BUS 2023 POLSC 1113 HUM AMT 1323 AMT 2122 AMT 2222 AMT 2323 ECON 2113 GEOG 2603 AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES I AIRFRAME SYSTEMS I RECIPROCATING ENGINES I JET TURBINE POWERPLANT I BUSINESS STATISTICS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES II AIRFRAME SYSTEMS II RECIPROCATING ENGINES II JET TURBINE POWERPLANT II PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY 2 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED (R) (R) (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (27 credit hours) AMT 1113. Political Science: POLSC 1113. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R). 60 . WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. AMT 2323 General Education Courses: (41 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. * Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. Humanities: six credit hours. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. Physics: PHYS 1114.

WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. BIO 2215 OR EQUIVALENT (R) (W) (M). WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR. Mathematics: MATH 1513. any 5-credit hour GRMN. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. BIO 2404. BIO 1114 OR CHEM 1115 WITH A “C” OR BETTER.Biology . A science degree with a concentration in biology gives a student the thorough academic background needed to pursue additional education at a four-year college or university. BIO 2203. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). CHEM 2122. botany. AN ACT SCIENCE SCORE OF 22 OR BETTER. MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. PHYS 1064. BIO 2125. Physics: PHYS 1114. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. any 5-credit hour SPAN 61 .S. any 5-credit hour FREN. BIO 2234. career opportunities become available in areas such as ecology. (R) (W) (M). (R) (W). **Electives: Four to six credit hours Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. BIO 1113. AN OCCC BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OF 70% OR BETTER. medicine. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. medical technology. genetics and physiology. (R) (W) (R) (W). Chemistry: CHEM 1115. or BIO 2324. wildlife management. students can focus on specialized areas such as environmental science. HIGH SCHOOL AP BIOLOGY EXAM SCORE OF 3 OR BETTER. forestry. (R) (W) (M). BIO 2215 OR EQUIVALENT Major Courses: (12-14 credit hours). CHEM 2114. education. BIO 2224. Humanities: Six credit hours. BIO 2215. Political Science: POLSC 1113. Biological Science: *12 to 14 credit hours Biology General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. Social Science: Three credit hours.S. HIGH SCHOOL AP BIOLOGY EXAM SCORE OF 3 OR BETTER. ecological systems. *Biological Science: 12-14 credit hours selected from BIO 1203. BIO 2000. botany and zoology. CHEM 1115 AND EITHER MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533. pollution control. Once the student graduates with a bachelor’s degree. CS 1103 or above. dentistry and pharmacology. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). Within the biology concentration. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GENERAL CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 5 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 CHEM 1215 BIO 2215 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GENERAL CHEMISTRY II GENERAL ZOOLOGY —OR— 3 3 5 GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR BIO 2114 PHYS 1114 HUM BIO 2215 GENERAL BOTANY COLLEGE PHYSICS I HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GENERAL ZOOLOGY —OR— 4-5 4 3 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester BIO 2114 BIO 2125 GEN ED BIO 2224 BIO 2234 BIO 2324 SUPP HUM SOC ** GENERAL BOTANY —OR— MICROBIOLOGY GEN ED ELECTIVE INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY —OR— HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY —OR— COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE SOCIOLOGY ELECTIVE 4 4-6 3 3 4-5 4 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1213. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog.Science with Biology Concentration Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science Biology students strive to understand the fundamental processes of life. comparative vertebrate anatomy. zoology. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. CHEM 2124. ONE BIOLOGY AND ONE CHEMISTRY COURSE EACH WITH A LABORATORY INCLUDED (R). AN ACT SCIENCE SCORE OF 22 OR BETTER. **Support Electives: 4-6 credit hours selected from PHYS 1034/GEOL 1115. BIO 2114. Their studies cover everything from plants and animals to fungi and bacteria. AN OCCC BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OF 70% OR BETTER. FOUR CREDITS OF COLLEGE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND ANY COLLEGE-LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CHEM 1115 MATH 1513 U. BIO 1114 OR CHEM 1115 WITH A “C” OR BETTER. Courses cover a wide variety of subjects including microbiology. PHYS 1214. A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1115 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. any MATH above MATH 1513. General Education Elective: Four credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (9-11 credit hours) Chemistry: CHEM 1215. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. BIO 1113. research. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R). (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M).

(R) (W) (M). (W) (M) BIOT 2823 AND BIOT 2933. food processing. COREQUISITE: BIO 2125 (R) (W) (R) (W). COM 1123. BIO 2125 (W) (M). COLLEGE BIOLOGY. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. gene splicing. BIO 2234. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MATH 1513 CHEM 1115 BIO 2343 BIOT 1011 MATH 2013 ENGL 1213 COM 1123 COM 2213 CHEM 1215 BIO 2125 BIOT 1022 POLSC 1113 CHEM 2114 BIOT 2823 BIOT 2843 BINFO 1011 BIO 2203 COLLEGE ALGEBRA GENERAL CHEMISTRY I GENETICS AND MAN SURVEY OF BIOTECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING GENERAL CHEMISTRY II MICROBIOLOGY MEDIA AND SOLUTION PREPARATION AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY I ADVANCED NUCLEIC ACID LABORATORY INTRODUCTION TO BIOINFORMATICS CELL BIOLOGY 3 5 3 1 3 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester 3 5 5 2 3 4 3 3 1 3 GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester BIO 2234 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 BIOT 2352 BIOT 2933 BIOT 2921 BIOT 2942 BIOT 2993 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY U. BIOT 2921. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. BIOT 2933. (R) (W). Mathematics: MATH 2013 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (13 credit hours) Chemistry: CHEM 1215. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R). * Pick 2 of the following 3: BIO 2203. recombinant DNA. (R) (W). BIOT 2993. COREREQUISITE: BIO 2343. CHEM 1115 AND EITHER MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533. AND ANY COLLEGE LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE. fermentation and cell development and production processes used in many areas of human health. MATH 2013 OR MATH 1513. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). BIOT 2823 (W) (M). BINFO 1011. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR IMMUNOLOGY BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY II CELL CULTURE METHODS BIOMANUFACTURING BIOTECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP 3 2 3 1 2 3 4 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore Summer Semester Major Courses: (33-34 credit hours) Biology: BIO 2125.S. A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1215 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. (R). FOUR CREDITS OF COLLEGE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND ANY COLLEGE-LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE (W) (M). BIO 2343. BIOT 2843. (R) (W) (R) (R) (W). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. BIOT 2933. CHEM 1115. cosmetic and household products. pharmaceuticals. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Biotechnology: BIOT 1011. COM 2213. Communications: ENGL 1113 and one of the following:ENGL 1213. BIOT 2942 General Education Courses: (20 credit hours) Chemistry: CHEM 1115. (R) (W) (M). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Students will be educated in the fundamentals of biology and chemistry with special emphasis on molecular biology and its utilization in separation techniques. (W). MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. BIOT 1022.Biotechnology (AAS) Minimum of 67-68 Credits Associate in Applied Science This program is designed to train students to be skilled biotechnology technicians.S. plant and animal agriculture. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. environmental technology. (W) (M). Political Science: POLSC 1113. BIO 2125. CHEM 2114. CHEM 1215 (W) BIOT 2823 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). BIOT 1022. FOUR CREDIT HOURS OF GENERAL BIOLOGY OR HIGHER BIOLOGY COURSE. BIOT 2823. BIOT 2352. CHEM 1215. A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1115 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. 62 . MATH 1513 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. and bioremediation. ONE BIOLOGY AND ONE CHEMISTRY COURSE EACH WITH A LABORATORY INCLUDED (R) (W) (R) (W) (W) (M). BIOT 2921.

Course ID BIOT 1022 BIOT 1011 BIOT 2823 BIOT 2843 BIO 2203 BINFO 1011 BIOT 2933 BIOT 2921 BIOT 2352 BIOT 2942 BIOT 2993 * * * Course Name MEDIA AND SOLUTION PREPARATION SURVEY OF BIOTECHNOLOGY BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY I ADVANCED NUCLEIC ACID LABORATORY CELL BIOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO BIOINFORMATICS BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY II CELL CULTURE METHODS IMMUNOLOGY BIOMANUFACTURING BIOTECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP Credits 2 1 3 3 3 1 3 1 2 2 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (W) (M). COLLEGE BIOLOGY. COREREQUISITE: BIO 2343. BIO 2125. BIOT 2933. plant and animal agriculture. BIOT 1022. * Pick 2 of the following 3: BIO 2203. Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. recombinant DNA. BIO 2125 (W) (M) BIOT 2823 AND BIOT 2933. MATH 2013 OR MATH 1513. Please note that the certificate program courses have prerequisites of BIO 2125. COREQUISITE: BIO 2125 (R) (W) (M) (W). BIOT 2933. BIOT 2993. AND ANY COLLEGE LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE. Suggested Entry Summer Semester Freshman Year Fall Semester Sophomore Year Spring Semester Sophomore Summer Semester Major Courses: (20-21 credit hours) Biotechnology: BIOT 1011. cosmetic and household products. CHEM 1115. CHEM 1115 and 1215. environmental technology. College Biology. BIOT 2942. fermentation and cell development and production processes used in many areas of human health. BIOT 2921.Biotechnology (Certificate) Minimum of 20 Credits Certificate of Mastery A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. BIOT 2823 (W) (M). BIOT 1022. BIOT 2823. pharmaceuticals. 63 . and bioremediation. (W) (M). (R) (W) (M) (W) (M). CHEM 1215 (W) BIOT 2823 (R) (W) (M). BIOT 2921. gene splicing. food processing. BIOT 2352. Students will be educated in the fundamentals of biology and chemistry with special emphasis on molecular biology and its utilization in separation techniques. MATH 1513 or MATH 2013 and BIO 2243 or the equivalent. The Certificate of Mastery is designed to train students to be skilled biotechnology technicians. BIOT 2843. (W) (M). FOUR CREDIT HOURS OF GENERAL BIOLOGY OR HIGHER BIOLOGY COURSE.

Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university.Journalism and Broadcasting/Broadcasting Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Arts Broadcasting students get practical experience in the behind-the-scenes operations of America’s electronic media. speech and public relations. (R) (R) (R) (W). Economics: ECON 2113. ENGL 1213. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (9-10 Credit Hours) GCOM 1153 or GCOM 2773. *Science: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Social Sciences: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R) (R) Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (12 Credit Hours) Journalism and Broadcasting: JB 1103. (R). teacher. JB 2643. # Elective may be any 3 credit course from catalog. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. photography. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. 64 . Communications: COM 1123 or COM 2213.S.Broadcasting . WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. as well as topics such as news writing. People interested in broadcasting should be self-confident. Career opportunities may be found as a reporter. writer. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Political Science: POLSC 1113. Associate degrees in Journalism and Broadcasting prepare students to transfer to four-year institutions. advertising and production techniques. assertive. (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester PSY 1113 SOC 1113 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 JB 1103 ELEC ENGL 1213 ECON 2113 POLSC 1113 JB 1133 BIO HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ART 2643 HUM TA 1133 TA 2233 COM 1123 COM 2213 GCOM 1153 GCOM 2773 PHYS SC HUM MAJOR INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS AUDIO PRODUCTION ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NEWS WRITING BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE U. Major Elective: JB 1013 or JB 2303 or JB 2113 or JB 2413 or JB 2643 General Education Courses: (37-38 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. CHEM. three to four credit hours Physical Science-one of the science courses must include a lab component. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W).S. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. PHYS. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ELECTIVES (3-4 Credit Hours) Electives of the student’s choosing. (R). Humanities: Six credit hours Humanities Electives. OR GEOL PREFIXES HUMANITIES ELECTIVE MAJOR ELECTIVE 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). creative and inquisitive. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. camera operator or studio technician. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR VIDEO PRODUCTION HUMANITIES ELECTIVE VOICE AND SPEECH IMPROVEMENT —OR— ACTING FOR THE CAMERA INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I —OR— IMAGE EDITING: PHOTOSHOP I ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. Areas of emphasis are also available in journalism. TA 1133 or TA 2233. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. broadcast commentator. photographer.. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. * At least one science course must include a laboratory component. a second language is recommended. Courses cover basic communications. JB 1133. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. journalism.

Approved General Education Elective: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (6 credit hours) Approved Support Elective: Six credit hours Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. A degree in business prepares students to transfer to a baccalaureate degree program. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. economics. There they can pursue a bachelor’s degree with a major in a specialized area such as accounting. **One of the Biological Science or Physical Sciences courses must include a lab component.. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 1743. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. in addition to general education. *Elective courses to be approved by a faculty advisor consistent with the student’s receiving institution. Students pursuing a degree in international business should consider taking a foreign language course. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CALCULUS I FOR BUSINESS. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. accounting. or marketing. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. international business. Mathematics: MATH 1513. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE ACCT 2113 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester BIO MATH 1513 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1743 SCORE ENGL 1213 FA SUPPORT ACCT 2113 ECON 2113 BUS 2033 BUS 2023 FA SUPPORT ACCT 2123 ECON 2123 POLSC 1113 HUM FA GEN HUM COM 2213 PHYS ** BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE COLLEGE ALGEBRA U. (R). BUS 2033. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). Humanities: Six credit hours of Humanities. ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R). Students study economics.one of the science courses must include a lab component. Political Science: POLSC 1113. ACCT 2123. Accounting: ACCT 2113. three to four credit hours Physical Science .S. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). *Science: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. 65 . and computer science. ENGL 1213. AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ENGLISH COMPOSITION II FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS BUSINESS COMMUNICATION BUSINESS STATISTICS FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES ACCOUNTING II/MANAGERIAL PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING 3-4 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester 3 3 3 3 3-4 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) ** ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* Major Courses: (18 credit hours) Business: BUS 2023. LIFE SCIENCES. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Communications: COM 2213. management. statistics. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. ECON 2123 General Education Courses: (37-38 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. finance.Business Minimum of 62 Credits Associate in Science Students enrolled in the Business Program develop vital skills in preparation for becoming members of the business community. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Economics: ECON 2113.. MATH 1513 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST (R) (W).S.

(C) BUS 1013 or (C)CS 1103. the university-parallel degree. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (C)These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade.Accounting Option Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science This associate degree program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following completion of the program. ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W).S. Associate in Science in Business. (C)FIN 2023. cost accounting technician. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester BUS 1323 FA GEN ACCT 2123 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 FIN 2023 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 AOT 2473 ACCT 2213 ACCT 2603 FA MAJOR POLSC 1113 ECON 2113 ACCT 2303 ACCT 2703 BUS 2043 BUS 2033 BUS 2073 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE ACCOUNTING II/MANAGERIAL ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS FINANCE U. BUS 2033. ACCT 2113 (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) ACCT 2113 ACCT 2123 (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) ACCT 2123 ACCT 2603 (R) (R) (W). traditional accounting techniques and an understanding of the accounting theory on which they are based. Upon completion of the program. Business: BUS 1323. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R) (W) (M). History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. not a transfer degree. If the individual intends to transfer to a baccalaureate degree program in accounting. (C)ACCT 2703.S. BUS 2073 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. Course ID SCL 1001 ACCT 2113 BUS 1013 CS 1103 ENGL 1113 (C) (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS —OR— INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M) (R) (R) (R) (W). this degree is intended as a terminal degree. (R) (W).Business . HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR OFFICE/ACCOUNTING SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS COST ACCOUNTING INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II BUSINESS ETHICS BUSINESS COMMUNICATION LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE WORKPLACE 3 3 3 SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester ACCT 2113 (R) (W). Political Science: POLSC 1113. Individuals with ability to maintain and interpret accurate financial information are important to any business. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)ACCT 2603. Faculty Approved General Education Elective: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Accounting: ACCT 2113. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. 66 . but are not limited to. Although some of the credit hours may apply toward a baccalaureate degree. (C)ACCT 2303. and payroll specialist. audit aide. general accounting technician. junior accountant. (C)BUS 2043. (C)AOT 2473. (C) Faculty Approved Major Elective: Three credit hours General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113 and ENGL 1213 or ENGL 1233 or COM 1123 or COM 2213. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. (C)ACCT 2213. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Job opportunities include. All AAS in Business options have a common business core of Support Courses and common General Education courses listed below. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. Economics: ECON 2113. The Accounting Program focuses on time-tested. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. at Oklahoma City Community College should be pursued. ENGL 1113 AND POLSC 1113 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (30 credit hours) (C)ACCT 2123. as well as computerized methods. students are prepared to begin careers as accounting paraprofessionals.

Moore Norman and Metro Tech Technology Centers. and as a secretary for government. (R) (W) (R). ENGL 1213. (R) (W). (C)AOT 2660. AOT 2313. (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester POLSC 1113 BUS 1323 AOT 1713 FA MAJOR FA GEN HIST 1483 HIST 1493 AOT 2313 AOT 2473 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 AOT 2553 AOT 2443 AOT 2453 BUS 2033 ACCT 2113 AOT 2143 AOT 2663 AOT 2463 ECON 2113 BUS 2073 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE U. (C)AOT 2443. (C)Three credit hours of Administrative Office Technology electives. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. The College offers an associate degree featuring two areas of specialization: Administrative Office Specialist option and Legal Secretary option. (C)AOT 2463. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. BUS 2033. BY EVALUATION* (R) (W). BUS 2073 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. AOT 2553 OR BY EVALUATION* COREQUISITE: (R) (W). AOT 2313 OR BY EVALUATION* (R) (W). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. All AAS in Business options have a common business core of Support Courses and common General Education courses listed below. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)AOT 2473. General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113 and one of the following: COM 1123. Economics: ECON 2113. The Administrative Office Technology Program at Oklahoma City Community College provides the education needed to become a valued member of a business office team. administrative assistant.S.S. executive secretary. #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. Career opportunities are available as a receptionist. This associate degree program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following completion of the program. Modern office operations demand technical skills far above simple typing and answering the telephone. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493.Administrative Office Technology . College credits earned may apply toward a bachelor’s degree should the individual decide to continue studies at a four-year college or university. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W). Business: BUS 1323. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). AOT 2313 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). engineering. ENGL 1233. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. COM 2213. (C)AOT 2313.Administrative Office Specialist Option Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science NOTE: YOU MUST WORK WITH A FACULTY ADVISOR FOR ENROLLMENT INTO THIS PROGRAM. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTERMEDIATE WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS OFFICE/ACCOUNTING SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING AUTOMATED RECORDS MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE PROCEDURES OFFICE INFORMATION PROCESSING BUSINESS COMMUNICATION ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE SYSTEMS CAREER EDUCATION/INTERNSHIP APPLIED GRAPHICS WITH DESKTOP PUBLISHING PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE WORKPLACE 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). (C)AOT 2553. and business concerns. (C)AOT 2453. Political Science: POLSC 1113. AOT 2473 COREQUISITE: (R) (W). (C)AOT 2143. AOT 1713 OR BY EVALUATION* (R) (W) (R) (W). ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. manufacturing. ENGL 1113 AND POLSC 1113 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (30 credit hours) (C)AOT 1713. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. (C) These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade 67 . AOT 1713.Business . General Education Electives: Three credit hours of Faculty Approved Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 Credit Hours) Accounting: ACCT 2113.

ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. AOT 2473 COREQUISITE: (R) (W). ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W).Legal Secretary Option Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science NOTE: YOU MUST WORK WITH A FACULTY ADVISOR FOR ENROLLMENT INTO THIS PROGRAM. The Legal Secretary Option at Oklahoma City Community College provides the education needed to become a valued member of a legal office team. AOT 1713. (C)AOT 2473. All AAS in Business options have a common business core of Support Courses and common General Education courses listed below. (R) (W) (R). Economics: ECON 2113. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. AOT 2553 OR BY EVALUATION* COREQUISITE: (R) (W). (C)AOT 2453. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. (R) (W) NONE (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). AOT 1713 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (R) (W). Political Science: POLSC 1113. COM 2213. 68 . (C)AOT 2553. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)AOT 2443. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTERMEDIATE WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS LEGAL TERMINOLOGY AND MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION OFFICE/ACCOUNTING SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING BUSINESS COMMUNICATION AUTOMATED RECORDS MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE PROCEDURES OFFICE INFORMATION PROCESSING ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE WORKPLACE LEGAL BILLING CAREER EDUCATION/INTERNSHIP PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester 3 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (30 credit hours) Administrative Office Technology/Legal Secretary Option:(C)AOT 1713. AOT 1713 OR BY EVALUATION* (R) (W). EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Administrative Office Technology . ENGL 1113 AND POLSC 1113 (R) (W). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. General Education Electives: Three credit hours of Faculty Approved General Education Elective Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Accounting: ACCT 2113. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Legal office operations demand technical skills far above simple typing and answering the telephone. #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. (R) (W). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. This associate degree program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following completion of the program. Business: BUS 1323. BUS 2073 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. (C)AOT 1813. (C) These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade. PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). BUS 2033. BY EVALUATION* (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester POLSC 1113 BUS 1323 AOT 1713 AOT 1813 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 AOT 2313 AOT 2323 AOT 2473 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 BUS 2033 AOT 2553 AOT 2443 AOT 2453 ACCT 2113 BUS 2073 AOT 2013 AOT 2663 ECON 2113 FA GEN (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS LEGAL OFFICE PROCEDURES U. (C)AOT 2663 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113 and one of the following: COM 1123.S. AOT 2313. (C)AOT 2013. College credits earned may apply toward a bachelor’s degree should the individual decide to continue studies at a four-year college or university. ENGL 1213.Business . ENGL 1233. AOT 1113.S. (C)AOT 2323. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R) (W). Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). AOT 2313 OR BY EVALUATION* (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). (C)AOT 2313.

MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) Sophomore 2nd Semester CS 1153 AVM 2413 AVM 2123 BUS 2023 GEOG 2603 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES AVIATION MANAGEMENT AVIATION LAW ISSUES BUSINESS STATISTICS WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY 3 3 3 3 3 SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Major Courses: (15 credit hours) AVM 1103. (Class schedule must specify ENGL 1113 as “Computer-Assisted Writing”) ** This program is part of an articulation 2+2 agreement with Southeastern Oklahoma State University leading to a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management. Biological Science: BIO 1113. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). Economics: ECON 2113. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE IF NEEDED. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. English: *ENGL 1113. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (M) PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE IF NEEDED.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. the associate degree program may be modified to meet a student’s needs depending on the catalog of the college or university to which they plan to transfer and carefully select courses that will meet requirements for both the baccalaureate and associate degree programs.** This suggested curriculum includes Oklahoma City Community College degree requirements and courses generally completed during the first two years of a four-year curriculum. AVM 2123. (R) (R). ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. CS 1153 Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). (R). Mathematics: MATH 1513. Students should also consult a faculty advisor in their major at Oklahoma City Community College. Geography: GEOG 2603 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (6 credit hours) Computer Science: CS 1103. The associate degree program can be tailored to meet student’s needs depending on the college or university they plan to attend. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 BIO 1114 HUM PSY 1113 AVM 1103 ENGL 1213 CS 1103 MATH 1513 HUM ECON 2113 MGMT 2053 AVM 1113 POLSC 1113 PHYS 1114 U. MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. Psychology: PSY 1113. Political Science: POLSC 1113.Aviation Management Emphasis Minimum of 62 Credits Associate in Science This program includes Oklahoma City Community College degree requirements and courses generally completed in the first two years of a baccalaureate degree curriculum. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GENERAL BIOLOGY HUMANITIES ELECTIVE INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY HISTORY OF AVIATION ENGLISH COMPOSITION II INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS COLLEGE ALGEBRA HUMANITIES ELECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION OF AVIATION AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE PHYSICS I 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (M) (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W). ENGL 1213. MGMT 2053 General Education Courses: (40 credit hours) Business: BUS 2023. With approval. Physical Science: PHYS 1114 (including lab). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.S. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. 69 . WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. * Course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Business . MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. AVM 2413. AVM 1113. Humanities Electives: six credit hours. WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR.

ECON 2303. Students with an aptitude for working with figures and who have good communication skills may want to consider studying banking and finance. head tellers. AOT. Oklahoma City Community College also offers a Business/Finance degree with an emphasis in banking that prepares students for entry into the job market. Economics: ECON 2113 Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: (9 credit hours) Accounting: ACCT 2113. 1 *Major electives should be selected from BF. *Nine credit hours of major electives. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. 70 . Course ID ENGL 1113 Course Name ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 3 Type GEN ED Prerequisites (R) (W). General Education Courses: (6 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. and other related areas subject to faculty approval. cashiers and operations officers. (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester CS 1103 BF 1303 ECON 2113 FA MAJOR ACCT 2113 BF 2113 MKT 2043 ECON 2303 FA MAJOR INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL LAW AND BANKING I PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING MONEY AND BANKING FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (R) (M). A certificate of mastery program introduces students to careers in the banking industry or in finance-related fields. ECON 2113 OR BY EVALUATION** Major Courses: (18 credit hours) Banking and Finance: BF 1303. Upon completion of the certificate program.Banking and Finance Minimum of 33 Credits Certificate of Mastery The certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education required for an associate degree. MKT. BF 2113. Marketing: MKT 2043 Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. ECON. Computer Science: CS 1103. College credits earned may apply toward an Associate in Applied Science degree. CS. FIN. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. students are ready for entry-level positions with advancement opportunities as loan officers. ACCT.Business . BUS.

Business - Business Management Option
Minimum of 61 Credits

Associate in Applied Science

A career in management is a career filled with responsibility and decision-making and is suited to individuals who are well-organized, analytical and decisive. Coursework in the major area is designed to give students the necessary preparation to pursue management careers after graduation. The major area can concentrate on management or marketing, or be tailored to fit individual needs. Students must consult with their faculty advisor when selecting major electives. All AAS in Business options have a common business core of Support Courses and common General Education courses listed below. Course ID
SCL 1001 ENGL 1113

Course Name
SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Credits
1 3

Type
LIFE SKILLS GEN ED

Prerequisites
NONE (R) (W), ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II, EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (M) (R) (R), MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

ECON 2113 MGMT 2053 BUS 1323 FA MAJOR BUS 2033 ACCT 2113 MGMT 2013 MKT 2043 FA GEN HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ACCT 2123 BUS 2073 FIN 2023 FA MAJOR POLSC 1113 MGMT 2453 MGMT 2953 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 FA MAJOR (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)

PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE U.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.S. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ACCOUNTING II/MANAGERIAL LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE WORKPLACE INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS FINANCE FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MID-MANAGEMENT SEMINAR SUPERVISORY TRAINING ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED

Freshman 2nd Semester
(R) (W), ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R)

Sophomore 1st Semester
(R) (W) (R) (W) ACCT 2113 (R) (W), ENGL 1113 AND POLSC 1113 (R) (W) (M), ACCT 2113 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR (R) (W) (R), BY EVALUATION** (R) (R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R)

Sophomore 2nd Semester

Major Courses: (30 credit hours) (C)ACCT 2123; (C)FIN 2023; (C)MGMT 2013; (C)MGMT 2053; (C)MGMT 2453; (C)MGMT 2953; (C)MKT 2043. (C)Nine credit hours of approved major electives General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113 and one of the following: COM 1123; COM 2213; ENGL 1213; ENGL 1233; History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493; Political Science: POLSC 1113; Economics: ECON 2113; Electives: 3 credit hours Faculty Approved General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Accounting: ACCT 2113; Business: BUS 1323; BUS 2033; BUS 2073 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. *Elective: Major electives must be approved by faculty advisor. (C) These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade.

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Business - Finance/Banking Option
Minimum of 61 Credits

Associate in Applied Science

Thorough preparation for a career in finance is available to students in the Finance Program. A career in finance is an exciting and challenging career suited for individuals who are organized, analytical, responsible and decisive. Students may select from one of two major areas in the program: Banking emphasis or General emphasis. The Banking emphasis prepares students for career opportunities as management trainees or in customer service or credit departments. Major program courses are taught by industry professionals in each of the major areas. These instructors bring to the classroom a wealth of experience from their respective industries that enhances the student’s ability to become a professional in a chosen career field. Oklahoma City Community College also offers a Certificate of Mastery in Banking. All AAS in Business options have a common business core of Support Courses and common General Education courses listed below. Course ID
SCL 1001 ENGL 1113

Course Name
SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Credits
1 3

Type
LIFE SKILLS GEN ED

Prerequisites
NONE (R) (W), ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II, EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R), MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M)

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

POLSC 1113 FA MAJOR BF 1303 BUS 1323 (C)

AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS

3 3 3 3

GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT

Freshman 2nd Semester
HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 ACCT 2113 ECON 2113 FA MAJOR BF 2113 BUS 2073 FIN 2023 BUS 2033 MKT 2043 FA MAJOR FIN 2033 ECON 2303 GEN ED FA MAJOR (C)* (C) (C)* (C) (C) (C)* (C) (C) (C) U.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.S. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE LAW AND BANKING I —OR— LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE WORKPLACE INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS FINANCE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMENTS MONEY AND BANKING GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (M), ECON 2113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (R) (W), ENGL 1113 AND POLSC 1113 (R) (W) (M), ACCT 2113 (R) (W), ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R)

Sophomore 1st Semester

Sophomore 2nd Semester

Major Courses: (30 credit hours) Finance/Banking Emphasis: (C)FIN 2023; (C) FIN 2033; Banking/Finance: (C)BF 1303 ; Economics: (C)ECON 2303; Marketing: (C)MKT 2043; Computer Science: Faculty Approved Elective; Major Electives: (C)*12 credit hours of major electives General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113 and one of the following: COM 1123; COM 2213; ENGL 1213; ENGL 1233; History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493; Political Science: POLSC 1113; Economics: ECON 2113; General Education Electives: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Accounting: ACCT 2113; Business: BUS 1323, BUS 2033 and BUS 2073 or BF 2113 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. * Major Electives should be chosen from BF, FIN, ACCT, AOT, BUS, ECON, MKT and other related areas subject to faculty approval. (C) These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade.

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Business - Finance/General Option
Minimum of 61 Credits

Associate in Applied Science

Thorough preparation for a career in finance is available to students in the Finance Program. A career in finance is an exciting and challenging career suited for individuals who are organized, analytical, responsible and decisive. Students may select from one of two major areas in the program: Banking emphasis or General emphasis. With the General emphasis, the student can select a specific course of study such as insurance or financial services for the major electives. Career opportunities are available through the insurance option as a sales representative, adjuster, manager or financial advisor. Major program courses are taught by industry professionals in each of the major areas. These instructors bring to the classroom a wealth of experience from their respective industries that enhances the student’s ability to become a professional in a chosen career field. All AAS in Business options have a common business core of Support Courses and common General Education courses listed below. Course ID
SCL 1001 ENGL 1113

Course Name
SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Credits
1 3

Type
LIFE SKILLS GEN ED

Prerequisites
NONE (R) (W), ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II, EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R), MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R) (W) (M) (R)

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

POLSC 1113 FA MAJOR FIN 1013 BUS 1323 (C)

AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE PERSONAL FINANCE MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS

3 3 3 3

GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT

Freshman 2nd Semester
HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 ACCT 2113 MKT 2163 FA MAJOR FIN 2023 BUS 2033 ECON 2113 GEN ED FA MAJOR BUS 2073 FIN 2033 MGMT 2013 FA MAJOR (C) (C) (C)* (C)* (C) (C)* (C) U.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.S. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL EFFECTIVE SELLING FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS FINANCE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE WORKPLACE FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMENTS SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR (R) (W), ENGL 1113 AND POLSC 1113 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M), ACCT 2113 (R) (W), ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (M)

Sophomore 1st Semester

Sophomore 2nd Semester

Major Courses: (30 credit hours) Finance: (C)FIN 1013; (C)FIN 2023; (C)FIN 2033; Computer Science: (C)CS 1103 or Faculty Guided Elective; Management: (C)MGMT 2013; Marketing: (C)MKT 2163; (C)12 credit hours of major electives. General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113 and one of the following: COM 1123; COM 2213; ENGL 1213; ENGL 1233 ; History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493; Economics: ECON 2113; Political Science: POLSC 1113; General Education Electives: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Accounting: ACCT 2113; Business: BUS 1323, BUS 2033 and BUS 2073 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. *Major electives: Major electives should be selected from BF, FIN, INS, and other related areas subject to faculty approval. (C) These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade.

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Business - General Office Support
Minimum of 19 Credits

Certificate of Mastery
NOTE: YOU MUST WORK WITH A FACULTY ADVISOR FOR ENROLLMENT INTO THIS PROGRAM.

The certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education required for an associate degree. College credits earned may apply toward an Associate in Applied Science degree in Administrative Office Technology. Program Information: The General Office Support option provides training for the individual who enjoys working in the office environment. Students will acquire the basic skills needed to obtain an entry-level position. Course ID
AOT 1113 AOT 1713 FA GEN AOT 2313 AOT 2473 AOT 2663 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)

Course Name
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE INTERMEDIATE WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS OFFICE/ACCOUNTING SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS CAREER EDUCATION/INTERNSHIP

Credits
3 3 3 3 3 3

Type
MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR

Prerequisites
(R) (W) (R) (W)

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

Freshman 2nd Semester
(R) (W), AOT 1713 OR BY EVALUATION* (R) (W) (R) (W), BY EVALUATION*

Major Courses: (15 credit hours) General Office Support: (C)AOT 1113; (C)AOT 1713; (C)AOT 2313; (C)AOT 2473; (C)AOT 2660 General Education Courses: (3 credit hours) Electives: 3 credit hours of faculty guided elective Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. 1 #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle, Moore Norman and Metro Tech Technology Centers. (C) These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade.

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Business - Insurance
Minimum of 30 Credits

Certificate of Mastery

The certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education required for an associate degree. College credits earned may apply toward an Associate in Applied Science degree. Program Information: A Certificate of Mastery in Insurance provides the opportunity for students to study the areas of emphasis that relate directly to jobs in the insurance industry. At Oklahoma City Community College, a Certificate of Mastery can be earned by completing 30 credit hours in coursework such as principles of insurance, personal insurance, commercial insurance and communications. Classes are taught by professors who are both academically and professionally qualified. Students benefit from the instructors’ years of experience on the job and in the classroom. With a Certificate of Mastery, students can begin an insurance career through an entry-level position. Often, students can earn certificates as they work toward a degree. Oklahoma City Community College also offers a Business/Finance degree with a general option whereby a student can specialize in insurance coursework that prepares students for immediate entry into the job market. Course ID
ENGL 1113

Course Name
ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Credits
3

Type
GEN ED

Prerequisites
(R) (W), ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II, EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R), MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W), ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (R) (W) (M)

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

BUS 1323 INS 1103 INS 1113 CS 1103 COM 1123 FIN 1013 BUS 2033 INS 1133 INS 1203

MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL INSURANCE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS PERSONAL FINANCE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION INTRODUCTION TO PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE PRINCIPLES OF COMMERCIAL INSURANCE

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR

Freshman 2nd Semester

Sophomore 1st Semester

Major Courses: (15 credit hours); Insurance: INS 1103; INS 1113; INS 1133; INS 1203; Finance: FIN 1013 General Education Courses: (6 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113; Communication: COM 1123 Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: (9 credit hours) Business: BUS 2033; BUS 1323; Computer Science: CS 1103 Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate.

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(C)AOT 2013. (R) (W) NONE COREQUISITE: (R) (W). AOT 1713 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W).Business . AOT 2553 OR BY Suggested Freshman 1st Semester FA ENGL AOT 1713 AOT 1813 AOT 2443 EVALUATION* BUS 2033 AOT 2313 AOT 2323 AOT 2013 AOT 2663 (C) (C) (C) FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE FROM ENGL OR COM BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS LEGAL OFFICE PROCEDURES ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE PROCEDURES 3 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) BUSINESS COMMUNICATION INTERMEDIATE WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS LEGAL TERMINOLOGY AND MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION LEGAL BILLING CAREER EDUCATION/INTERNSHIP 3 3 3 3 3 SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR (R) (W). 76 . EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Students will acquire the basic skills in English grammar. (C)AOT 2323. 1 #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. Course ID ENGL 1113 Course Name ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 3 Type GEN ED Prerequisites (R) (W). (C)AOT 2660 General Education Courses: (6 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. Moore Norman and Metro Tech Technology Centers. AOT 1713 OR BY EVALUATION* (R) (W). AOT 2313. (C) These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade. College credits earned may apply toward an Associate in Applied Science degree in Administrative Office Technology. AOT 1113. BY EVALUATION* Major Courses: (21 credit hours) Legal Office Procedures: (C)AOT 1713.Legal Office Procedures Minimum of 30 Credits Certificate of Mastery NOTE: YOU MUST WORK WITH A FACULTY ADVISOR FOR ENROLLMENT INTO THIS PROGRAM. ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W). PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). ENGL or COM Faculty Approved Elective Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: (3 credit hours) Business: BUS 2033 Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. legal terminology. (C)AOT 2443. The certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education required for an associate degree. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Program Information: The Legal Office Procedures option provides training for the individual who enjoys working in the legal professions. (C)AOT 2313. (C)AOT 1813. word processing and machine transcription needed to obtain an entry-level position.

77 . Political Science: POLSC 1113. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Students should consult the catalog of the college or university to which they plan to transfer and carefully select courses that will meet requirements for both the baccalaureate and associate degree programs.S. LIFE SCIENCES. MGMT 2323. Economics: ECON 2113. Mathematics: MATH 1513. Humanities Electives: Six credit hours. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. (R) (R). Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1513 BIO HUM ENGL 1213 MGMT 2053 MATH 1743 PHYS HUM ACCT 2113 BUS 2023 ECON 2113 GEN ED FA MAJOR ACCT 2123 ECON 2123 POLSC 1113 FA MAJOR ** ** U. ACCT 2123.*** Program Information: This suggested curriculum includes Oklahoma City Community College degree requirements and courses generally completed during the first two years of a four-year curriculum. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. MATH 1743. MGMT 2013. Business: BUS 2023. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.Management Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science This program includes Oklahoma City Community College degree requirements and courses generally completed in the first two years of a baccalaureate degree curriculum. *Course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement. AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL BUSINESS STATISTICS PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE ACCOUNTING II/MANAGERIAL PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). MGMT 2523.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. the associate degree program may be modified to meet a student’s needs depending on the intended transfer college or university. MGMT 2953 or other electives approved by faculty advisor to meet transfer institutionís requirements. *Sciences: Seven credit hours . MATH 1513 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (M) (R). EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. General Education elective: three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Accounting: ACCT 2113. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ***This program is part of an articulation 2+2 agreement with The University of Central Oklahoma leading to a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management. MGMT 2623. MGMT 2453. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R). HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR COLLEGE ALGEBRA BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT CALCULUS I FOR BUSINESS. With approval. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). Economics: ECON 2123 Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. The associate degree program can be tailored to meet student’s needs depending on the college or university they plan to attend. (Class Schedule must specify ENGL 1113 as Computer-Assisted Writing) **Electives: MGMT 2000.Business . three to four credit hours Physical Science one of the science courses must include a lab component. MGMT 2223. MGMT 2423. Students should also consult a faculty advisor in their major at Oklahoma City Community College. MGMT 2913. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. **Major electives: eight credit hours General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: *ENGL 1113. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W) (M) Sophomore 2nd Semester ACCT 2113 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) Major Courses: (11 credit hours) MGMT 2053. ENGL 1213.three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science.

medical terminology. BY EVALUATION* Sophomore 1st Semester AOT 2453 EMS 1123 BUS 2033 AOT 2663 FA MAJOR (C) (C) (C) (C) OFFICE INFORMATION PROCESSING PHARMACOLOGY BUSINESS COMMUNICATION CAREER EDUCATION/INTERNSHIP FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 3 MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR Major Courses: (21 credit hours) Medical Transcriptionist: (C)AOT 1713. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. AHP 1013. (C)AOT 2413. College credits earned may apply toward an Associate in Applied Science degree in Administrative Office Technology. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. The certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education required for an associate degree. Moore Norman and Metro Tech Technology Centers. (C)AOT Faculty Approved Elective General Education Courses: (6 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. (C)AOT 2453. AHP 1013 (R) (W).OR COREQUISITE BIO 1314 (R) (W). APPM 1313 OR MATH 1513. 78 .Business . EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. AOT 2313 OR BY EVALUATION* (M). EMS 1123 Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. BIO 1314. BIO College-Level Biological Science Elective. Program Information: The Medical Transcriptionist option provides training for the individual who enjoys working in the health professions. AOT 1113 AND AOT 1713 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (M). Course ID APPM 1313 ENGL 1113 Course Name MATHEMATICS FOR HEALTH CAREERS ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 3 3 Type SUPPORT GEN ED Prerequisites (R). PRE. (R) (W). (C) These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. AOT 1713 OR BY EVALUATION* (R) (W). (C)AOT 2660. Students will acquire the basic skills in English grammar. 1 #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. (R) (W) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester AOT 1713 AHP 1013 BIO AOT 2313 AOT 2033 AOT 2413 BIO 1314 (C) (C) BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester (C) (C) (C) INTERMEDIATE WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS MEDICAL CODING MEDICAL MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (R) (W). APPM 1313. word processing. AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS COREQUISITE: (R) (W). (C)AOT 2033. and machine transcription needed to obtain an entry-level position. ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W).Medical Transcriptionist# Minimum of 43 Credits Certificate of Mastery NOTE: YOU MUST WORK WITH A FACULTY ADVISOR FOR ENROLLMENT IN THIS PROGRAM. (C)AOT 2313. BUS 2033 Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: (16 credit hours) (C)AHP 1013.

geology. A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1115 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. MATH 1513 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W). Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). PRE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R). An associate degree in science with a chemistry concentration gives a student the solid academic foundation needed to continue studying at a four-year college or university. CHEM 2115 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. pharmacology. MATH 2104 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR (R) (W). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.S. radioactivity. thermodynamics. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. CHEM 2114 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. 79 . WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. MATH 1513 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W). (R) (W). career opportunities can be found in education. (R) (W). LIFE SCIENCES. MATH 1533 AND MATH 1613 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W). substance analysis. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.S. (R) (W). MATH 0123. AND SOCIAL SCIENCES —OR— CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II TRIGONOMETRY —OR— CALCULUS I FOR BUSINESS. Courses cover topics such as atomic structure. AND SOCIAL SCIENCES —OR— CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I —OR— CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II 5 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3-4 3-4 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). nutrition and other industries. 3-4 5 3 4 GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED (C) GENERAL CHEMISTRY II HUMANITIES ELECTIVE Sophomore 1st Semester (C) ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE PHYSICS I —OR— ENGINEERING PHYSICS I SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT U. medicine.Science with Chemistry Concentration Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science Chemistry students probe molecular structure to understand atoms and how they come together to form various substances. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. research. LIFE SCIENCES. MATH 1533 AND MATH 1613 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE Suggested Freshman 1st Semester CHEM 1115 MATH 1513 MATH 1533 MATH 1613 MATH 1743 MATH 2104 BIO ENGL 1213 MATH 1613 MATH 1743 MATH 2104 MATH 2214 CHEM 1215 HUM CHEM 2114 PHYS 1114 PHYS 2014 SOC SC HUM POLSC 1113 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CHEM 2124 CHEM 2122 SUPP ELEC (C) GENERAL CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— PRE-CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY —OR— TRIGONOMETRY —OR— CALCULUS I FOR BUSINESS. MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. patent development. electrochemistry. structure and bonding. (R) (W). (R) (W) CHEM 2114 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. (R). MATH 2104 (OR AT LEAST 4 HOURS OF CALCULUS) WITHIN THE LAST YEAR OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 2214 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. and synthesis. (R). CHEM 1115 AND EITHER MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533. WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR. Students learn how to determine which elements are present in materials and how to alter their structures through chemical changes. After graduation. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. PRE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R).Chemistry . petroleum analysis. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R). MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR (C) (C) ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY SUPPORT ELECTIVE 3 4 2 5 4 3 3 3 (R) (W). OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.

MATH. ENGL 1213. MATH 1743*. Political Science: POLSC 1113. Biological Science: Four credit hours. PHYS**. Physics: PHYS 1114 or PHYS 2014. 80 . See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. (C)CHEM 2114. MATH 1613. BIO. MATH 1533. *MATH 1743 is appropriate for pre-pharmacy students only. Social Sciences: Three credit hours. **Either PHYS 1214 or PHYS 2114 are strongly recommended for students pursuing a career in chemistry. (C)CHEM 1215. Mathematics: Six to eight credit hours chosen from MATH 1513. MATH 2014 or MATH 2214 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (5 credit hours) Chosen from CHEM 2990. Humanities: Six credit hours. or forensic science.Major Courses: (20 credit hours) (C)CHEM 1115. (C)CHEM 2124 General Education Courses: (35-37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. dentistry. medicine. (C) Indicates a grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. (C)CHEM 2122. or ECON Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university.

** At least one science must contain a laboratory component. **** If this course is completed online. One of the science courses must include a laboratory component. 2533. 2153. a student nametag. Child development is a good program for people who have a real interest in young children and who are objective. Course ID CD 1121 SCL 1001 CD 2113 CD 2153 ENGL 1113 (C) (C)**** Course Name THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 1 3 3 3 Type MAJOR LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites (R) (W) NONE (R) (W) (R) (R) (W). Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CD 2333 CD 2353 CD 2213 ENGL 1213 BIO CD 2363 CD 2533 COM 2213 HUM MATH 1513 MATH 1503 MATH 2013 ** (C)*** (C) (C)*** (C)*** U. (R) (W). 2363. Oklahoma City Community College also offers a certificate of mastery and a child development degree that prepares students for immediate entry into the job market. 2213. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. CD 2153 (R) (W). (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. applying concepts learned in the classroom. CD 2333. Students work directly with children at the OCCC Child Development Center and Laboratory School in some courses.S. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493: Political Science: POLSC 1113. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. 2333.S. EARNED AT LEAST A “C” IN CD 2113. human environmental sciences or other areas. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution and major in early childhood education or child/family studies should consult a faculty advisor before selecting electives. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. A preparatory degree in child development prepares students to transfer to a four-year college or university. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. CD 2113. Students are encouraged to see a faculty advisor early in the program. Communications: COM 2213. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. AND CD 2353 (R) (R). 81 . See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. dependable and get along well with others.Child Development (AA) Minimum of 62-63 Credits Associate in Arts Students in child development learn how to provide the best possible environment for young children to enable them to reach their full potential. 2632 General Education Courses: (37-38 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. CD 2153. (R).. *Natural Sciences: three or four credit hours of general education biological sciences. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. family relations. *** These courses have a clinical component that requires purchase of liability insurance. EARNED AT LEAST A “C” IN CD 2113. Humanities: Six credit hours. three or four credit hours of physical science. student is required to be on-campus for on-campus tour and observations at the CDCLS. tuberculosis testing and an OSBI background investigation. ENGL 1213. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Mathematics: MATH 1513 or MATH 1503 or MATH 2013. CD 2153 (R) (W) (R) (W). There they can pursue baccalaureate degrees in early childhood education. SAFETY AND NUTRITION CHILD AND FAMILY IN SOCIETY ENGLISH COMPOSITION II BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE BEHAVIOR AND GUIDANCE OF YOUNG CHILDREN INTEGRATED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT II INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING HUMANITIES ELECTIVE COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 3 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) EARNED AT LEAST A “C” IN CD 2153 & CD 2113 FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT MAJORS OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) ENGL 1113 EARNED AT LEAST A “C” CD 2113. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTEGRATED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT I CHILD HEALTH. Sophomore 2nd Semester FA GEN CD 2632 PHYS HUM POLSC 1113 *** FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CHILD DEVELOPMENT FIELDWORK ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* HUMANITIES ELECTIVE (FACULTY APPROVED) AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 6 2 3-4 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (R) (W) ENGL 1113 EARNED AT LEAST A ‘C’ IN CD 2533 Major Courses: (24 credit hours) Child Development: CD 1121. General Education Electives: Six credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. 2353. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.

CD 2353. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493: Political Science: POLSC 1113. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). 2632. CD 2333. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. Course ID CD 1121 SCL 1001 CD 2113 CD 2153 ENGL 1113 (C) (C)**** Course Name THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 1 3 3 3 Type MAJOR LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites (R) (W) NONE (R) (W) (R) (R) (W). (R) (W) EARNED AT LEAST A “C” IN CD 2153 & CD 2113 FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT MAJORS OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) ENGL 1113 EARNED AT LEAST A “C” CD 2113. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. *** These courses have a clinical component that requires purchase of liability insurance. Art: ART 1213. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. CD 2153 (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). CD 2623 Supervised Laboratory. EARNED AT LEAST A “C” IN CD 2113. 2333. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. CD 2153 (R) (W). 2213. 2153. 2443. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. EARNED AT LEAST A “C” IN CD 2113. CD 2153. may find that the Child Development program is what they are seeking. Students are encouraged to see a faculty advisor early in the program. 2713. a student nametag. ENGL 1213.S. # Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. Computer Skills: CS 1103. 82 . Oklahoma City Community College also offers child development degree that prepares students for continuing their education at a four-year college or university and a certificate of mastery. upon Advisor evaluation. SAFETY AND NUTRITION CHILD AND FAMILY IN SOCIETY AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester CD 2363 CD 2533 CD 2443 PSY 1113 SOC 1113 HUM FA ELEC CD 2623 CD 2632 CD 2713 BUS 1323 CS 1103 ART 1213 *** *** BEHAVIOR AND GUIDANCE OF YOUNG CHILDREN INTEGRATED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT II LANGUAGE & LITERACY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY HUMANITIES ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE -ORSUPERVISED LABORATORY CHILD DEVELOPMENT FIELDWORK INFANT/TODDLER DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS FOUNDATIONS I: DESIGN AND COLOR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED SUPPORT (R) (W) ENGL 1113 EARNED AT LEAST A ‘C’ IN CD 2333. Humanities: Three credit hours Psychology or Sociology: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. Child development students learn educational and environmental principles used to optimally promote young children’s development. CD 2363 (R). 2113. 3 hours Faculty Approved Support Elective OR.S. (R) (R) Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (30 credit hours) Child Development: CD 1121. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. 2533. General Education Courses: (21 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. AND CD 2353 (R) (W) CD 2113 AND CD 2153 (R) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CD 2333 CD 2353 CD 2213 POLSC 1113 ENGL 1213 *** *** U. 2353. tuberculosis testing and an OSBI background investigation. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (9 credit hours) Business: BUS 1323. Students should consult a faculty advisor before selecting electives. applying concepts learned in the classroom. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. Students work directly with children at the OCCC Child Development Center and Laboratory School in some courses.Child Development (AAS)# Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science Objective. CD 2353 (R) (W) ENGL 1113 EARNED AT LEAST A ‘C’ IN CD 2533 (R) (W) ENGL 1113 EARNED AT LEAST A ‘C’ IN CD 2113. dependable people. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. 2363. who get along well with others and have a genuine interest in young children. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR -ORU. CD 2333. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTEGRATED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT I CHILD HEALTH. CD 2153.

Course ID CD 2113 CD 2153 ENGL 1113 Course Name INTRODUCTION TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites (R) (W) (R) (R) (W).Child Development (Certificate) Minimum of 18 Credits Certificate of Mastery The certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education required for an associate degree. (R) (W). CD 2153 (R) (W). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. while the Certificate of Mastery places the developing professional at a slightly higher level. 2363 General Education Courses: (3 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113 Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. *** These courses have a clinical component that requires purchase of liability insurance. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. 83 . College credits earned apply toward the Associate in Applied Science or Associate in Arts degrees. a student nametag. This certificate is also designed to meet the training requirements required for the Child Development Associate (CDAO. 2353. 2153. SAFETY AND NUTRITION BEHAVIOR AND GUIDANCE OF YOUNG CHILDREN 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Major Courses: (15 credit hours) Child Development: CD 2113. Students with a genuine interest in young children may want to consider studying child development. 2213. CD 2153 (R) (W) EARNED AT LEAST A “C” IN CD 2153 & CD 2113 FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT MAJORS OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester CD 2333 CD 2353 CD 2363 *** *** *** INTEGRATED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT I CHILD HEALTH. EARNED AT LEAST A “C” IN CD 2113. tuberculosis testing and an OSBI background investigation. 2333. a national competency-based credential which is the first level of professional preparation in early childhood education. EARNED AT LEAST A “C” IN CD 2113.

CRC 2213. CRC 2504 General Education Courses: (15 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. 84 . CRC 1303 BIO 1414 CRC 1203. CRC 2103. ENGL 1233. CRC 1203. (R) (W) (R) (W) CRC 1103 CRC 1203. AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS CRC 2313 (R) (W). Students will be educated in the fundamentals of clinical research with a special emphasis on federal guidelines. (R) (R) (W) (M). pharmacology and pathophysiology. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. entry level. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. statistics. CRC 1303 CRC 1103 (R). Mathematics: MATH 2013 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. Chemistry: CHEM 1123. CRC 1503. CRC 1303 CHEM 1123. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR --OR-U.S. Political Science: POLSC 1113. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. CRC 1303. BIO 1314 CRC 1103 CRC 1103 (R) (W) (M) CRC 1203. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CLINICAL RESEARCH SITE MANAGEMENT CLINICAL PROTOCOL DESIGN PHARMACOLOGY FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS CLINICAL TRIALS AND RESEARCH INTERNSHIP II 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Freshman Summer Semester Sophomore 1st Semester 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Sophomore 2nd Semester Sophomore Summer Semester Major Courses: (33 credit hours) Clinical Research Coordinator: CRC 1103. CRC 1112. clinical research coordinators. good clinical practices. The graduating student will be equipped with skills necessary in a wide variety of human subject research and clinical trials fields.Clinical Research Program Associate in Applied Science Minimum of 69 Credit Hours This program is designed to train students to be skilled. Communications: COM 1123 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (17 credit hours) Allied Health: AHP 1013. clinical research methodologies. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (M). CRC 2313. research protocol design. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.S. CRC 2313 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester AHP 1013 BIO 1314 CRC 1103 ENGL 1233 BIO 1414 CRC 1203 CRC 1303 CHEM 1123 CRC 1503 CRC 1112 CRC 2103 CRC 2003 MATH 2013 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CRC 2113 CRC 2313 CRC 2213 POLSC 1113 COM 1123 CRC 2504 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL RESEARCH REPORT WRITING HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II MEDICAL ETHICS AND CLIENT CARE CLINICAL TRIALS AND RESEARCH REGULATIONS PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY CLINICAL TRIALS AND RESEARCH INTERNSHIP I VITAL SIGNS AND VENIPUNCTURE CLINICAL RESEARCH DESIGN CLINICAL DATABASE APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS U. Biological Science: BIO 1314. BIO 1414 (R) (W) (R) (W) CRS 2103. CRC 2003. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). CRC 2113. BIO 1414. CRC 2003. CRC 2113.

to character design and computer applications. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. CAT 2533 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester CAT 1513 CAT 2533 CAT 1233 ART 1123 ENGL 2000 CS 2433 CS 2143 CAT 2633 BUS 1323 MATH HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CAT 2924 CAT 2733 POLSC 1113 FA SUPPORT DIGITAL IMAGING 3D RENDERING AND DESIGN VISUALIZATION 2D COMPUTER ANIMATION DRAWING I CREATIVE WRITING WEB ANIMATION DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING 3D ANIMATION AND SPECIAL EFFECTS MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS -ORANY 1000 LEVEL MATH COURSE U. CS 2143. Other options in Computer Aided Technology are also available in Computer-Aided Design (CAD). This program will allow students to utilize all the tools that drive today’s 2D and 3D animation projects. The Computer Aided Technology degree option in Computer Animation is designed to provide students with the advanced conceptual and technical skills needed to enter the field of computer animation. and special effects. it is not impossible with a degree in Computer Aided Technology Computer Animation Option. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR -ORU. video editing. and Multimedia.Computer Animation Option Minimum of 62 Credit Hours Associate in Applied Science Imagine bringing your own creations to life. 85 . CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR DESIGN PROJECT 3D CHARACTER DESIGN AND ANIMATION AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 3 4 3 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (31 credit hours) Computer Aided Technology: CAT 1033.S. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. from foundations in animation and drawing. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M). CS 2433 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. CAT 2633. The Computer Animation option in Computer Aided Technology Associates in Applied Science program is well-suited for enthusiastic students wishing to obtain a job in this field upon graduation.S. CAT 2533. CAT 2924. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Computer Science: CS 1103. CAT 1513. Computer Science: CS 1363. and will prepare students for life as a professional computer animator. 15 HOURS IN A CAT EMPHASIS (R) (W) (M). ART 1213. CAT 2733. The Computer Animation option develops students’ creative skills in this wide-ranging field.6 credit hours Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Computer Animation Game Design. CAT 1233. *Electives: Faculty Approved Support Electives . Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program. Geographic Information Systems (GIS). PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W). Political Science: POLSC 1113. CAT 2533 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. 3D modeling. game art and design. CS 1103 OR CAT 1413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) CAT 1033 PRINCIPLES OF ANIMATION OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W) (R) (M). Math: BUS 1323 or ANY 1000 Level MATH or APPM Course Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Art: ART 1123. WITH APPROPRIATE PREREQUISITE. Course ID SCL 1001 CAT 1033 CS 1103 CS 1363 ART 1213 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE PRINCIPLES OF ANIMATION INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS MULTIMEDIA FOUNDATIONS I: DESIGN AND COLOR ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (R) (R) (W) (M). MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.

The Computer Animation certificate develops students’ creative skills in this wide-ranging field.Computer Animation . Other options in Computer Aided Technology are also available in Computer-Aided Design (CAD). Computer Animation Game Design. Geographic Information Systems (GIS). and Multimedia. CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M). CAT 2533 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Major Courses: (27 credit hours) Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1033.Computer-Aided Technology* Minimum of 36 Credits Certificate of Mastery Imagine bringing your own creations to life. Computer Science: CS 1363. CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W) CAT 1033 PRINCIPLES OF ANIMATION OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR CS 1103 OR CAT 1413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). 3D modeling. CS 2143. CAT 2533. it is not impossible with a certificate in Computer Aided Technology Computer Animation. game art and design. video editing and special effects. CAT 2633. This program will allow students to utilize all the tools that drive today’s 2D and 3D animation projects. CAT 2533 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W) (R) (M). CAT 1233. Course ID CAT 1033 CAT 2533 CS 1363 ART 1213 CAT 1233 CAT 1513 CAT 2633 ART 1123 ENGL 2000 CS 2143 CS 2433 CAT 2733 Course Name PRINCIPLES OF ANIMATION 3D RENDERING AND DESIGN VISUALIZATION MULTIMEDIA FOUNDATIONS I: DESIGN AND COLOR 2D COMPUTER ANIMATION DIGITAL IMAGING 3D ANIMATION AND SPECIAL EFFECTS DRAWING I CREATIVE WRITING DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING WEB ANIMATION 3D CHARACTER DESIGN AND ANIMATION Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). CAT 2733. CS 2433 General Education Courses: (3 credit hours) English: ENGL 2000 Life Skills Courses: none Support Courses: (6 credit hours) Art: ART 1123. Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program. The Computer Animation certificate program is well-suited for enthusiastic amateurs and designers looking to explore this exciting field as a recreational endeavor. The Computer Aided Technology degree certificate in Computer Animation is designed to provide students with the advanced conceptual and technical skills needed to enter the field of computer animation. *Pending OSRHE Approval 86 . CAT 1513. to character design and computer applications. and will prepare students for life as a professional computer animator. ART 1213 Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. from foundations in animation and drawing.

Computer Systems Support.Computer Networking Support. can add network skills to their credentials and prepare themselves for passing the first three required core exams for becoming MCSA certified through Microsoft. (C)CS 2713. (C)CS 1153. For students who desire additional skills. 1 (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. MCSA or MCP or/and MCSE. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Major Courses: (27 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)(1)CS 1103. This program addresses a critical shortage in industry employment by providing students the fundamental knowledge of installing and maintaining computer networks. (C)(4)CS 2153. CS 1103 (R). Course ID CS 1103 CS 1153 CS 2713 CS 1353 CS 1413 CS 2153 CS 2303 CS 2763 CS 2503 (C)(1) (C) (C) (C)(2)(3) (C)(2) (C)(4) (C)(3)(4) (C) (C)(4) Course Name INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS AND HARDWARE IT TECHNICIAN SUPPORTING OPERATING SYSTEMS NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES NETWORK SECURITY NETWORK ADMINISTRATION Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (R) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). CS 2713 AND CS 2303 OR CS 2503 (R) (W) (M). it is the 2nd phase of a 3-tiered program that will lead directly to an Associate in Applied Science: Computer Science . 87 . CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R).Computer Science . (C)CS 1413. Students who have completed the requirements for a Certificate of Mastery: Computer Science . (1) Advanced Standing is available. (C)(3)(4)CS 2303. CS 1103 (R) (W) (M). (C)(2)(3)CS 1353. (C)CS 2763.Computer Networking Support Minimum of 27 Credits Certificate of Mastery This certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal of a Network Technician. (C)(4)CS 2503 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (2) A+ Certification Preparation Course (3) Network+ Certification Preparation Course (4) Preparatory courses for MCP certification through Microsoft that can apply toward MCDST.

systematic and detail-oriented. (C)CS 2513. Mathematics: MATH 1513.S. They should be organized. (C)CS 2183. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). web programming. 88 . (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 2613. CS 1103. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST (R) (W). (C)CS 2183. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR (R) (W). (C)CS 2173. Computer science students learn about tools and techniques that are used professionally every day. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1103 CS 1143 (C)(1) (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS BEGINNING PROGRAMMING Credits 1 3 3 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R). Computer programmers must be reliable. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. CS 2413 (C) WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Freshman 2nd Semester CS 2173 CS 2443 CS 2163 CS 2453 CS 2713 COM 2213 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 CS 2113 CS 2363 POLSC 1113 CS CS 2463 CS 2553 CS 2563 CS 2223 CS HIST 1483 HIST 1493 *(C) (C) (C) (C) (C) *(C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) ORACLE —OR— SQL SERVER JAVA VISUAL BASIC PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING —OR— ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS C++ AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVE ADVANCED JAVA —AND/OR— ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC —AND/OR— C#. (C)CS 2163. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MATH 1513 COLLEGE ALGEBRA SCORE. (C)CS 2553. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. (C)CS 2443.NET SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVE U. systems analysis and program design using programming languages such as Java. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 2513. and C#.Computer Science . The University of Oklahoma requires a grade of ‘C’ or better for any course they accept for transfer to the Computer Science degree. (C)CS 2463. C++. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 1353. (C)CS 2173 or (C)CS 2443. CS 2453 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 2213. (R) (W). (C)CS 1143. (C)CS 2363. (C) CS 2413. (C)CS 2573. (1) Advanced Standing is available. Communications: COM 2213 or ENGL 1213 or ENGL 1233 or COM 1123. (C)CS 2173. (C)CS 2463 and/or (C)CS 2553 and/or (C)CS 2563. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). Included in their studies are computer theory. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. Political Science: POLSC 1113. (C)CS 2563. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)CS 2463. * Electives: Computer Science electives chosen from (C)CS 1333. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (C)CS 2113. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)CS 2713. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)CS 2563.Computer Programming Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science Computer programmers play an important role in the daily operations of many businesses because of the increasing use of computers in all fields. (C) CS 2553. ENGL 1113 AND A 2000 LEVEL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (42 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)(1)CS 1103. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 2123. (C)CS 2453. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). flexible and have an aptitude for math. *Six credit hours of Computer Science electives chosen from (C)CS 1333. Obtaining a degree with an emphasis in programming gives the students flexibility to pursue various career options in fields that may include software engineering. (C)CS 2413 (C)CS 2443. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. (C)CS 2123. (C)CS 2223. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. (C)CS 2623 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113.S. application development. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (R) (W). Visual Basic. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. database programming and game programming. (C)CS 1353. (C)CS 2573.

* Electives: Six credit hours selected by the student and approved by the faculty advisor from any Computer Science courses. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. (C)(3)(4)CS 2303. (1) Advanced Standing is available. (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R). (C)CS 1333. (C)CS 1363. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (C)(4)CS 2153. support specialists play an important role in the daily operations of many businesses. CS 1103 (R) (R) (W) (M). hardware maintenance. government agencies at all levels. (C)(4)CS 2503. manufacturers. Included in their studies are computer theory. CS 1103 (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1503 U. General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.Computer Systems Support Emphasis# Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science Because of the increasing use of computers in all fields. Specialists must be reliable. The Computer Science Program provides students with the background needed to pursue a career with major retailers. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). CS 1103 OR BY EVALUATION (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). (C)(2)(3)CS 1353. ENGL 1113 AND COMPLETION OF 9 HOURS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (42 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)CS 1153. Mathematics: MATH 1503. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. They should be organized and able to communicate on a technical and non-technical level.Computer Science . History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. (2) A+ Certification Course (3) Network+ Certification Course (4) Preparatory course for certification through Microsoft that can apply toward MCDST.. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Political Science: POLSC 1113. Students will learn the skills and techniques that are used to support computer hardware and software. financial institutions. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester CS 1353 CS 1333 ART 1363 CS 2713 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 CS 2303 CS 1413 POLSC 1113 CS CS 2153 CS 2503 CS 2763 CS 2403 CS *(C) (C)(4) (C)(4) (C) (C) *(C) (C)(3)(4) (C) (C)(2)(3) (C) (C) (C) INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS AND HARDWARE DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS MULTIMEDIA PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES IT TECHNICIAN AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVE SUPPORTING OPERATING SYSTEMS NETWORK ADMINISTRATION NETWORK SECURITY COMPUTER SUPPORT SERVICES COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR (R). systematic and detail-oriented. CS 2713 AND CS 2303 OR CS 2503 (R).S. (C)CS 2763 *(C) Nine credit hours of Computer Science electives. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). They should expect to continually learn new skills to keep pace with the rapidly changing industry. (C)CS 2193. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. (C)CS 2713. Physical Science: PHYS 1014. (C)CS 2403. MCSA or MCP or/and MCSE. networking technologies and the Internet. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1103 CS 1153 ENGL 1113 (C)(1) (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (M) (R) (W). Communications: ENGL 1213 or ENGL 1233 or COM 1123 or COM 2213. colleges and universities. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M).S. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. service organizations and others. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W). See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). CS 1103 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. 89 . software installation and support. The student will also learn communication and documentation skills vital to the professional service and support position. # Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. Mid America and Moore Norman Technology Centers.

Computer Systems Support Emphasis. The industry demand for technicians qualified to support the installation. and satisfies all major prerequisite requirements for continuing into more advanced programs in the department of Computer Science (see Certificate of Mastery: Computer Science – Computer Networking Support.Computer Systems Support Emphasis).Computer Science . it is the first phase of a 3-tiered program that will lead directly to an Associate in Applied Science: Computer Science . (C)CS 1153. (2) A+ Certification Course (3) Preparatory course for certification through Microsoft that can apply toward MCDST. and Associate in Applied Science: Computer Science . and administration of computers and their operating systems is at an all time high. (C)(3)CS 2153. Metro Tech and Mid-America Technology Centers. This program is intended for all students who desire a career in the support of computers. CS 1103 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). upgrade. (C)CS 2713 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. (C)CS 2193. It is a stopping point for students interested in computer service. (4) Network+ Certification Course 90 . MCP or/and MCSE. Moore Norman. (1) Advanced Standing is available.Computer Systems Support Minimum of 18 Credits Certificate of Mastery This certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal of supporting computer systems. Course ID CS 1103 CS 1153 CS 1413 CS 2713 CS 1353 CS 2153 (C)(1) (C) (C) (C) (C)(2)(4) (C)(3) Course Name INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES IT TECHNICIAN PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS AND HARDWARE SUPPORTING OPERATING SYSTEMS Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (R) (M) (R) (W) (M). For students who desire additional skills. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Major Courses: (18 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)(1)CS 1103. maintenance. 1 #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. (C)(2)(4)CS 1353. CS 1103 (R). MCSA.

See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. service organizations and others.Cyber/Information Security Emphasis# Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science Because of the increasing threats to data and information that is computerized. and twenty-seven hours of computer science courses (networking-related. Students will be required to take nineteen hours of general education requirements. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.S. (R). (C)CS 2723. CS 2713 AND CS 2303 OR CS 2503 (R) (W) (M) AND EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (42 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)CS 1143. (1) Advance Standing is available (2) A+ Certification Courses (3)Preparatory courses for MCP certification through Microsoft that can apply toward MCSA and/or MCSE (4) Network+ Certification Course (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)CS 2743. Cyber/information security specialists play an important support role in the daily operations of all businesses. Political Science: POLSC 1113.1611 ext. Communications: ENGL 1213 or COM 1123 or COM 2213. Within the AAS program students will complete forty-two credit hours of major coursework. The Cyber/Information Security Program provides students with the background needed to pursue a career with major retailers. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.S. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle Technology Center. 7494. government agencies. financial institutions. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). In addition to the Network+ and A+ certification. (C)CS 2713. Please contact Al Heitkamper for specific information at aheitkamper@ occc. (C)CS 2183. (C)CS 1153. (C)CS 2763. CS 1103 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). the need for cyber/information security specialists is at an all time high. Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513. The degree will also require each student to complete CompTIA A+ certification preparation training. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M).Computer Science . the cyber/information security specific courses will prepare students for the CompTIA Security+ certification exam. including CompTIA Network + certification preparation). EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. 91 . (C)CS 2783. This will include the cyber/information security core of fifteen hours. colleges and universities. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1103 CS 1143 CS 1153 CS 2713 ENGL 1113 (C)(1) (C) (C) (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS BEGINNING PROGRAMMING INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). (C)CS 1103 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. (R) (W) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester CS 1353 CS 2723 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 ENGL 1213 COM 1123 COM 2213 CS CS 2183 CS 1333 CS 2173 CS 2443 CS 2303 CS 2503 CS 2743 POLSC 1113 CS 2763 CS 2783 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CS (C) (C) (C) *(C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)(4) (C)(3) (C) (C)(2) (C) INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS AND HARDWARE SECURE ELECTRONIC COMMERCE CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVE LINUX DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS —OR— ORACLE —OR— SQL SERVER NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES —OR— NETWORK ADMINISTRATION ENTERPRISE SECURITY MANAGEMENT AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NETWORK SECURITY CYBER FORENSICS U. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVE 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR (R) CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W) (M). (C)(4)CS 2303 or (C)(3)CS 2503. (R) (W). CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 1333 or (C)CS 2173 or (C)CS 2443. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113.edu or 682. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. * Electives: Nine (9) credit hours selected by the student from any Computer Science courses. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)(2)CS 1353. *(C) Nine hours of Computer Science Electives. Oklahoma City Community College has been granted the authority to award the NSTISSI/CNSS 4011. (R) (W) (M). manufacturers.

CHEM.Cyber/Information Security (AS) Minimum of 61-62 Credits Associate in Science The curriculum is designed to provide the student with an introduction to the cyber/information security area as well as provide the foundational education needed in programming for a student to move on to a four-year cyber/information security program. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (R) (W). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. PRE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W) (M). OR BIO 2404 HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ADVANCED JAVA —OR— ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC —OR— C#. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (R) (W). BIO 2215. MATH 0123. BIO 2215. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. Mathematics: MATH 1533. (C)CS 2463 or (C)CS 2553 or (C)CS 2563. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. (C)CS 2163. BIO 2125. CS 2453 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). three to four hours of any Physical Science chosen from ASTR. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Political Science: POLSC 1113.Computer Science . (C)CS 2713 General Education Courses: (45-46 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. Humanities: Six credit hours of Humanities electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. MATH 1613. BIO 2114. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M).S. BIO 2114. or BIO 2404. (R) (W) (R) (W). or GEOL prefixes. MATH 2104. BIO 2343. MATH 2104 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (15 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)CS 1143. (C)CS 2453. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Communications: COM 1123 or COM 2213. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1143 ENGL 1113 (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE BEGINNING PROGRAMMING ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). MATH 1533 AND MATH 1613 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE Sophomore 1st Semester CS 2453 PSY 1113 SOC 1113 MATH 2104 BIO SC HUM CS 2463 CS 2553 CS 2563 COM 1123 COM 2213 MATH 2214 HUM (C) (C) (C) (C) VISUAL BASIC INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I ANY OF THE FOLLOWING BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE COURSES: BIO 1113.S. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. BIO 2343. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. BIO 1114. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R).NET INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS OR INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3 3 3 4 3 3 4 3-4 3 3 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (M). At least one science course must include a laboratory component. CHEM. BIO 2125. * At least one science course must include a laboratory component 92 . EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. BIO 1114. MATH 2214. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester POLSC 1113 MATH 1533 PHYS SC AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PRE-CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. OR GEOL PREFIXES (C) (C) JAVA PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY ENGLISH COMPOSITION II U. PHYS. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR TRIGONOMETRY 3 3 3-4 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester CS 2163 CS 2713 ENGL 1213 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1613 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (M). Social Sciences: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. ENGL 1213. *Sciences: Three to four credit hours of Biological Science chosen from BIO 1113. PHYS.

electronic fraud. The industry need for cyber/information security training and education is clear. The certificate satisfies all major prerequisite requirements for continuing into more advanced programs in Cyber/Information Security (see Associate in Applied Science: Cyber/Information Security). The curriculum is designed to provide education in general security concepts.1611 ext. Oklahoma City Community College has been granted the authority to award the NSTISSI/CNSS 4011. (C)CS 2743. (C)(2)CS 1353. (C)CS 1333 or (C)CS 2173 or (C)CS 2443. (C)CS 2763. It can be used as the first step for an Associate in Applied Science: Cyber/Information Security. (C)CS 2163. like denial of service.Cyber/Information Security (Certificate) Minimum of 36 Credits Certificate of Mastery This program is designed for students who wish to acquire skills necessary for employment in the cyber/information security industry. etc. basics of cryptography. 7494. communications security. (C)CS 2703 or (C)CS 2713. viruses/ worms. (2) A+ Certification Preparation Course (3) Preparatory courses for MCP certification through Microsoft that can apply toward MCSA (4) Network+ Certification Preparation Course 93 . infrastructure security. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 2783 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. (C)CS 2723. Daily we see news reports regarding the growing cyber threats. CS 2713 AND CS 2303 OR CS 2503 (R) (W) (M) AND EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester 3 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester Major Courses: (36 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)CS 1143. (C)(3)(4)CS 2303 or (C)(4)CS 2503. Course ID CS 1143 CS 1153 CS 2713 CS 2723 CS 1353 CS 2183 CS 1333 CS 2173 CS 2443 CS 2303 CS 2503 CS 2743 CS 2763 CS 2783 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)(2)(4) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)(3)(4) (C)(4) (C) (C) (C) Course Name BEGINNING PROGRAMMING INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY SECURE ELECTRONIC COMMERCE INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS AND HARDWARE LINUX DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS —OR— ORACLE —OR— SQL SERVER NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES —OR— NETWORK ADMINISTRATION ENTERPRISE SECURITY MANAGEMENT NETWORK SECURITY CYBER FORENSICS Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). This program is intended for all students who desire a career in the support of cyber/information security.edu or 682. (C)CS 1153. hacking. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R). and operational/organizational security. CS 1103 (R) CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W) (M).Computer Science . (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. (C)CS 2183. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). Please contact Al Heitkamper for specific information at aheitkamper@ occc.

database analysts. Mathematics: MATH 1503. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 2163 or (C)CS 2453. (C)CS 2443.NET SQL SERVER AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester CS 2713 CS 2573 INSTRUCTOR HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 CS (C) (C) (C) PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY ORACLE DATABASE ADMINISTRATION U. (R) (W) (M). See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. 94 . (C)CS 2713. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. The Database Emphasis enables students to develop skills related to creating. Science: PHYS 1014 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. Political Science: POLSC 1113. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 1333. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1103 CS 1143 CS 1333 ENGL 1113 (C) (C) (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS BEGINNING PROGRAMMING DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W). and maintaining a database.S. (C)CS 2503. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (C)CS 1143. The program is designed to prepare students for entry level positions such as database administrators. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (C)CS 1353. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MATH 1503 CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS 3 GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester CS 1353 CS 2163 CS 2453 CS 2173 CS 2183 PHYS 1014 CS 2503 CS 2463 CS 2553 CS 2563 CS 2443 POLSC 1113 CS 2223 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS AND HARDWARE JAVA —OR— VISUAL BASIC ORACLE LINUX PHYSICAL SCIENCE NETWORK ADMINISTRATION ADVANCED JAVA —OR— ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC —OR— C#. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Major Courses: (42 Credit Hours) (C)CS 1103. There is also a shortage in industry employment for database related positions. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. CS 2453 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M).S. (R) (W). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.Computer Science . EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Database Emphasis Minimum of 62 Credits Associate in Applied Science A database is used by an organization to store and maintain data in an organized way. (C)CS 2463 or (C)CS 2553 or (C)CS 2563. CS 1353 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). Knowledge about database has become increasingly important in computer science education. CS 1103 (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1113 AND A 2000 LEVEL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) CS 2173 OR CS 2443 OR EVALUATION BY (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). (C)CS 2173. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)Three credit hours of Computer Science electives General Education Courses: (19 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. (C)CS 2183. database application developers or database programmers. (R) (W). supporting. (C)CS 2223. ENGL 1213 or ENGL 1233 or COM 1123 or COM 2213. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C) CS 2573.

History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. *Humanities: Six credit hours. BIO 2215. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)(2)(4)CS 2163 or (C)(2)(3)CS 2453 General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113.Computer Science . or BIO 2404. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R). or GEOL prefixes one of the science courses must include a lab component. * Humanities electives must be faculty approved for students transferring to OU. BIO 2215. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). BIO 1114. Mathematics: (2) MATH 2123 or (3)(4) BUS 2023 Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. BIO 2343. MATH 1513 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (9 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)(1)(3)CS 1103 or (C)(2)(4)CS 2113. LIFE SCIENCES. Social Sciences: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113.S. (R). *(2) Faculty approved Humanities electives. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1103 CS 2113 ENGL 1113 (1)(3)(C) (2)(4)(C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS —OR— COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR COLLEGE ALGEBRA ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. ** At least one science course must include a laboratory component. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (R) (R) (W) (M) ACCT 2113 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). (C)CS 1143. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1513 PHYS SC ** U. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. OR GEOL PREFIXES BEGINNING PROGRAMMING AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ENGLISH COMPOSITION II CALCULUS I FOR BUSINESS. (1) Advanced Standing is available (2)(OU) University of Oklahoma (3)(UCO) University of Central Oklahoma (4)(OSU) Oklahoma State University 95 .Management Information Systems Emphasis Minimum of 62 Credits Associate in Science This suggested curriculum includes Oklahoma City Community College degree requirements and courses generally completed during the first two years of a four-year curriculum. BIO 2114.. PHYS. BIO 2114. ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. BIO 2125. MATH 1743. BIO 2125. MATH 1743 (R). EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R). Economics: ECON 2113.S. ECON 2123. BIO 2343. PHYS. ACCT 2123. CHEM. and three to four credit hours of any Physical Science chosen from ASTR. ENGL 1213. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (15 credit hours) Accounting: ACCT 2113. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. BIO 1114. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. **Sciences: Seven credit hours-three to four credit hours of Biological Science chosen from BIO 1113. Communications: BUS 2033 or COM 2213. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. AND SOCIAL SCIENCES HUMANITIES ELECTIVE (2)(4)(C) (2)(3)(C) (2) (3)(4) JAVA —OR— VISUAL BASIC ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL CALCULUS II FOR BUSINESS. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Mathematics: MATH 1513. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. CHEM. LIFE SCIENCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES —OR— BUSINESS STATISTICS INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS ACCOUNTING II/MANAGERIAL PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS BUSINESS COMMUNICATION —OR— HUMANITIES ELECTIVE INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING ** ANY OF THE FOLLOWING BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE COURSES: BIO 1113. OR BIO 2404 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester CS 1143 POLSC 1113 ENGL 1213 MATH 1743 HUM CS 2163 CS 2453 ACCT 2113 MATH 2123 BUS 2023 PSY 1113 SOC 1113 ECON 2113 ACCT 2123 ECON 2123 BUS 2033 HUM COM 2213 BIO SC (C) 3 3 3 3 3 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (R) (W) (M). Political Science: POLSC 1113.

WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). (C)CS 2363. MATH 2104 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR (R) (W). (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 1533 AND MATH 1613 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1213.Computer Science . EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Mathematics: MATH 2104. (C)CS 2463 General Education Courses: (49 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). Physics: PHYS 2014. Communications: BUS 2033 or COM 2213. MATH 2314.S. 96 . ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R) (W) (M). computer security. game development. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ENGINEERING PHYSICS II 3 4 3 3 4 4 3 3 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (M).Emphasis Transferring to OU and colleges with Similar Patterns Minimum of 62 Credits Associate in Science This suggested curriculum includes Oklahoma City Community College degree requirements and courses generally completed during the first two years of a four-year curriculum in preparation of a career in software engineering including application development. data communications. MATH 2104 (OR AT LEAST 4 HOURS OF CALCULUS) WITHIN THE LAST YEAR OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 2214 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester POLSC 1113 MATH 2104 PSY 1113 CS 2163 ENGL 1213 MATH 2214 CHEM 1115 (C) AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY JAVA ENGLISH COMPOSITION II CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 3 4 3 3 3 4 5 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester CS 2463 MATH 2314 PHYS 2014 HUM CS 2363 BUS 2033 COM 2213 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 PHYS 2114 (H) (C) (C) ADVANCED JAVA CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III ENGINEERING PHYSICS I HUMANITIES ELECTIVE C++ BUSINESS COMMUNICATION —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING U. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. (H)Humanities: Six credit hours of faculty advisor approved elective from artistic forms and non-western civilization Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. Political Science: POLSC 1113. telecommunications. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. MATH 2214. web development. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1143 ENGL 1113 (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE BEGINNING PROGRAMMING ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). MATH 2214 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR (R) (W). (R) (W) (R) (W). (C)CS 2163. Social Sciences: PSY 1113. PHYS 2114. (H) Select appropriate to the students transfer institution.S. (R) (W). PHYS 2014 AND MATH 2214 (OR AT LEAST 8 HOURS OF CALCULUS) WITHIN THE LAST YEAR OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 2314 Sophomore 2nd Semester HUM (H) HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3 GEN ED Major Courses: (12 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)CS 1143. robotics. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. Chemistry: CHEM 1115. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. computer networks and database management. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W).

computer networks and database management. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Mathematics: MATH 1533. BIO 1114. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. web development. PRE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W) (M). CHEM. * At least one science course must include a laboratory component 97 . OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. data communications. or BIO 2404. ENGL 1213. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester POLSC 1113 MATH 1533 PHYS SC AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PRE-CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. MATH 2104. PHYS. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. game development. CS 2453 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. robotics. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). MATH 2214. OR GEOL PREFIXES (C) (C) JAVA VISUAL BASIC ENGLISH COMPOSITION II U. Political Science: POLSC 1113. Humanities: Six credit hours of Humanities electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. PHYS. MATH 1533 AND MATH 1613 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) Sophomore 1st Semester CS 2363 PSY 1113 MATH 2104 COM 2213 HUM CS 2463 CS 2553 CS 2563 MATH 2214 BIO 1113 HUM (C) (C) (C) (C) C++ INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ADVANCED JAVA —OR— ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC —OR— C#.Computer Science .S. (C)CS 2163. MATH 2104 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR (R) (W) (M) Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (15 credit hours) Computer Science: (C)CS 1143. three to four hours of any Physical Science chosen from ASTR. BIO 2114. *Sciences: Seven credit hours three to four credit hours of Biological Science chosen from BIO 1113. BIO 2343. Communications: COM 2213. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1143 ENGL 1113 (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE BEGINNING PROGRAMMING ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.NET CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II GENERAL BIOLOGY HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 3 3 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (M). or GEOL prefixes in at least one science course must include a laboratory component Note: PHYS 2014 is recommended for students pursuing UCO’s Computer Science. computer security. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). BIO 2125. CHEM. (C)CS 2463 or (C)CS 2553 or (C)CS 2563 General Education Courses: (45 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. Social Sciences: PSY 1113 . EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Emphasis Transferring to UCO and colleges with Similar Patterns Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science This suggested curriculum includes Oklahoma City Community College degree requirements and courses generally completed during the first two years of a four-year curriculum in preparation of a career in software engineering including application development. MATH 0123. MATH 1613. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (R) (W) (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.Computer Science degree option. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR TRIGONOMETRY 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester CS 2163 CS 2453 ENGL 1213 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1613 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 2453. CS 2163 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W). telecommunications. (C)CS 2363.S. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R). BIO 2215.

current Computer Science or Computer Aided Technology students who want to enhance their skill set by adding a web component. The program focuses on core courses that are directly related to the attainment of entry-level skills and knowledge.A. It can be a stepping stone for those interested in continuing their studies in this field. (1) Advanced Standing is available (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved 98 . General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. CS 2513. CS 1143.Web Design Certificate Minimum of 24 Credits Certificate of Mastery The Certificate of Mastery in Web Design is a course of study designed to teach the artistic elements of web site creation. This certificate is designed for first time students. Additional courses can be taken to earn a Web Development Certificate and eventually an A. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR CS 1103 OR CAT 1413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M).S in Web Design and Development. CS 1143 AND CS 2413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Major Courses: (24 credit hours) Computer Science: CS 1103. CS 1363. animation. CS 2413. CS 2723. and user interfaces. Course ID CS 1103 CS 2413 CS 2723 CS 1363 CAT 1513 CS 1143 CS 2433 CS 2513 (C)1 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) Course Name INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT SECURE ELECTRONIC COMMERCE MULTIMEDIA DIGITAL IMAGING BEGINNING PROGRAMMING WEB ANIMATION CLIENT-SIDE PROGRAMMING Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (R) (W). CAT 1513. as well as college graduates or individuals from business and industry who desire to add credentials. CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). formatting. digital imaging. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M).Computer Science . It includes topics such as multimedia. CS 2433.

ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). The program is designed to prepare students for entry level positions such as Web developers. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Political Science: POLSC 1113. or Web support personnel. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 2553. (C)CS 1143. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M). (C)Six credit hours of Computer Science electives. logical. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). Mathematics: MATH 1503. ENGL 1213 or ENGL 1233 or COM 1123 or COM 2213. (C)CS 2453. (C)CS 2573. (C)CS 2763 (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. and possess good communication skills. (C) CS 2433. CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). CS 1143 AND CS 2413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR CS 1103 OR CAT 1413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Major Courses: (42 Credit Hours) Computer Science: (C)(1)CS 1103. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1103 ENGL 1113 (C)(1) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (W). and maintaining Web sites. (C)CS 2563. (C)CS 2503. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVE LINUX SECURE ELECTRONIC COMMERCE SERVER-SIDE PROGRAMMING DIGITAL IMAGING COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M).Computer Science . (C)CS 2623. (C)CS 2443. (C)CS 2173. (C)CS 2223. good problem solvers. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 2163. (C)CS 1363. (C)CS 1353. Persons entering this field should be organized.S.Web Design and Development Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science The Internet is an integral part of our everyday lives. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). CS 1103 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. 99 . WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. creative. (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (R) (W). (C)CS 2413. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W) (M). (2) Elective selected from: (C)CS 1333. CS 1143 AND CS 2413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MATH 1503 POLSC 1113 CS 1143 CS 1363 CS 2453 CS 1333 CS 2173 CS 2443 CS 2413 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 1123 COM 2213 CS 2163 CS 2433 CS 2513 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CS CS 2183 CS 2723 CS 2623 CAT 1513 CS (C)(2) (C)(2) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BEGINNING PROGRAMMING MULTIMEDIA VISUAL BASIC DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS —OR— ORACLE —OR— SQL SERVER WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING JAVA WEB ANIMATION CLIENT-SIDE PROGRAMMING U. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. The program also provides students with exposure in specialized skill areas that large companies could further develop. Web editors. Web designers. (R) (W). (C)CS 2183.S. Students will gain the basic skills needed for working at small companies where they will have varied web related responsibilities. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)CS 2463. (C)CS 1333 or (C)CS 2173 or (C)CS 2443. (C)CS 2143. Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1513 General Education Courses: (18 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. (C)CS 2513. it has changed the way many organizations conduct business. supporting. (C)CS 2723. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. (1) Advanced Standing is available. Computer science students develop skills related to creating. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

It can be a stepping stone for those interested in continuing their studies in this field. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). The program focuses on core courses that are directly related to the attainment of entry-level skills and knowledge. as well as college graduates or individuals from business and industry who desire to add credentials. This certificate is designed for first time students. (1) Advanced Standing is available (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. (C)CS 2513. security. current Computer Science or Computer Aided Technology students who want to enhance their skill set by adding a web component. (C)CS 2623. (C)CS 2723. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). and server-side scripting. CS 1143 AND CS 2413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester CS 1333 CS 2173 CS 2443 CS 2163 CS 2453 CS 2623 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS —OR— ORACLE —OR— SQL SERVER JAVA —OR— VISUAL BASIC SERVER-SIDE PROGRAMMING 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester CS 2183 CS 2513 CS 2723 (C) (C) (C) LINUX CLIENT-SIDE PROGRAMMING SECURE ELECTRONIC COMMERCE 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Major Courses: (27 Credit Hours) Computer Science: (C)CS 1103. (C)CS 2163 or (C)CS 2453. Additional courses can be taken to earn a Web Design Certificate and eventually an A.Web Development Certificate Minimum of 27 Credit Hours Certificate of Mastery The Certificate of Mastery in Web Development is a course of study designed to teach the technical elements of web site creation.A. (C)CS 1143. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W) (M). CS 1143 AND CS 2413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (C)CS 1333 or (C)CS 2173 or (C)CS 2443. 100 . Course ID CS 1103 CS 1143 CS 2413 (C) (C) (C) Course Name INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS BEGINNING PROGRAMMING WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT Credits 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W).S in Web Design and Development. programming.Computer Science . client-side scripting. General Education Courses: Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. CS 1143 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). It includes topics such as database. (C)CS 2413. (C)CS 2183.

The Program Faculty Advisor must approve other electives. CAT 1043 AND CAT 1214 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R). MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. engineering firms. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. CAT 1043 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). PHYS 1114 OR PHYS 1314. 3-D parametric solid modeling.S. Materials and Processes and Design Mechanics. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program. 3D Modeling. and structure a CAD system. ** Three hours selected from ENGL 1213. These will prepare students to face every aspect of all manufacturing and architectural related disciplines. Courses cover subjects such as Computer-Aided Design. CS. Areas of emphasis are also available in Game Design.Computer Aided Technology Minimum of 64 Credits Associate in Applied Science The focus of the Computer-Aided Design Emphasis is to prepare students to be the best in their profession. Course ID SCL 1001 CAT 1043 CAT 1214 MATH 1513 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD) COLLEGE ALGEBRA ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 4 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (R) (M) (R). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. government agencies and many more. construction companies. CAT 1253. Physics: PHYS 1114 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (6 credit hours) *Electives: Faculty Approved Support Electives Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. CAT 2163. 101 . ENGR. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester FA ELEC CAT 1053 CAT 1253 CAT 2540 MATH 1613 POLSC 1113 OSRHE CAT 2113 CAT 2540 CAT 2703 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 PHYS 1114 MATH 2023 ** FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE MANUFACTURING MATERIALS AND PROCESSES CAD 3D MODELING APPLICATIONS IN CAD TRIGONOMETRY AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS COURSE CAD MANAGEMENT AND STANDARDS APPLICATIONS IN CAD —OR— PRACTICUM U. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. ENGL 1233. COM 1123. manufacturers. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. CAT. Students with degrees in computer-aided design have the background needed to pursue career opportunities with architectural firms. Multimedia and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). CAT 2924 General Education Courses: (25 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. CAT 2540 (6 hrs: Take twice with different pfoject emphasis) or CAT 2540 (3 hrs) & CAT 2703. COM 2213). (R) (W) (M). FVP or GCOM prefix and must be approved by a Program Faculty Advisor. ENGL 1233. CAT 2023. manage. This program is on the cutting edge of this technology and students will be challenged by a technology that is expanding and changing as it is being taught. Engineering Principles. #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. animated presentations. 15 HOURS IN A CAT EMPHASIS (R) (W) (M). Political Science: POLSC 1113. (R) (W). CAT 1053. CAT 1253 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. (ENGL 1213. Management and Standards. The scope of study will extend from single stations using basic 2D graphics to large multiple stations. CAT 1214. WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR. MATH 1613. * Approved Support Electives must have an ART. MATH 1613 (R) (W) (M). system customization and special effects.Computer-Aided Design Emphasis# . HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR COLLEGE PHYSICS I FOUNDATIONS OF GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENTS 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR (R) (W) (M). networked systems using the latest in project management. Mathematics: MATH 1513. COM 1123. 15 CREDIT HOURS OF CAT. PRE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W) Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester 3 MAJOR GEN ED 3 4 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 2nd Semester CAT 2023 CAT 2163 CAT 2924 FA ELEC DESIGN MECHANICS CAD PROGRAMMING AND AUTOMATION DESIGN PROJECT FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE 3 3 4 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT Major Courses: (32 credit hours) Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1043. interior designers. graphic designers. (R). civil engineers.S. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Moore Norman. MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. CAT 2113. 12 HOURS OF CAT COURSES AND EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). JB. The courses within this program will prepare students to use. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. CAT 1253 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). **Any course that meets Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education requirements for a general education Communications. or COM 2213. CAT 1043 AND CAT 1214 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). Programming and Automation. CAT 1043 AND CAT 1214 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Metro Tech and Mid-America Technology Centers.

CAT 1043 AND CAT 1214 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (M). Multimedia and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The certificate of mastery includes most of the courses required for an Associate in Applied Science in Computer-Aided Technology .Computer-Aided Design# . JB. CAT 1043 AND CAT 1214 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). *Electives: Faculty Approved Electives (3 hrs) General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. Areas of emphasis are also available in Game Design. Students interested in the virtually limitless applications for computers in engineering and architecture design may want to consider earning a certificate of mastery in computeraided design. CS. or COM 2213. Course ID CAT 1043 CAT 1214 CAT 1253 FA ELEC CAT 2540 CAT 2540 CAT 2703 Course Name ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD) CAD 3D MODELING FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE APPLICATIONS IN CAD APPLICATIONS IN CAD —OR— PRACTICUM Credits 3 4 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (W) (R) (M) (R) (W) (M). 12 HOURS OF CAT COURSES AND EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR 3 MAJOR Major Courses: (19 credit hours) Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1043. This certificate is particularly helpful for people currently working in the engineering and architecture disciplines. COM 1123. CAT 1043 AND CAT 1214 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). It shows that the certificate holder has special knowledge in Computer-Aided Design. CAT 2540 (6 hrs: Take twice with different pfoject emphasis) or CAT 2540 (3 hrs) & CAT 2703. ** Three hours selected from ENGL 1213. ENGL 1233. CAT 1253. CAT. 102 . Metro Tech and Mid-America Technology Centers. Moore Norman. ENGR. The Program Faculty Advisor must approve other electives.Computer Aided Design Emphasis. A certificate can be earned by completing 19 credit hours of pre-selected coursework. FVP. *Approved Support Electives must have an ART. Subjects include 3D CAD Modeling. 1 #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. or GCOM prefix and must be approved by a Program Faculty Advisor. Applications in CAD and other topics that relate directly to work in the field of computer-aided design. CAT 1214.Computer Aided Technology Minimum of 19 Credits Certificate of Mastery The Computer-Aided Design Certificate allows an individual to certify a level of expertise as a Computer-Aided Design Technician. Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program.

COM 2213. ORACLE OCP OR HAVE COMPLETED 18 CREDIT HOURS OF FACULTY APPROVED COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSE WORK BEFORE BEGINNING THE DATABASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM OF STUDY. DBM 1313.**. database networking and backup/recovery using relational database products. or Advisor approved COM elective or ENGL 1213 or ENGL 1233 ** Can be chosen from APPM 1223. MICROSOFT MCP. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester DBM 1313 ENGL 1113 INTRODUCTION TO SQL ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 3 MAJOR GEN ED FA MATH1 FA SUPPORT FA MAJOR DBM 1333 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 OSRHE1 FA SUPPORT DBM 2213 FA MAJOR POLSC 1113 GEN ED DBM 2313 FA MAJOR GEN ED FA SUPPORT FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE DATABASE ADMINISTRATION U. Major courses in the degree plan are not available on the main campus of Oklahoma City Community College. Database Administrators are responsible for the accuracy.Database Management# Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science This plan of study is part of a cooperative alliance with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers***. (R) (W) (M). Major courses are available only at Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Center. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. security and accessibility of data. STUDENTS MUST HAVE A THIRD PARTY CERTIFICATION IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: COMPTIA’S A+.S. DBM 1103 DATABASE THEORY (R) (W). DBM 1333. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. 12 hours support electives Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. DBM 2213. Other topics of study include UNIX for database administrators. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES PL/SQL PROGRAMMING FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GEN ED ELECTIVE DATABASE BACK UP AND RECOVERY FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 6 SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT (R) (W) (M). 15 hours major electives General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. * To be chosen from COM 1123. COMPTIA’S NET+. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Students are prepared for industry certification exams from Oracle.S. MATH 1513 or Advisor approved Mathematics course. Political Science: POLSC 1113. MATH 1503. COM 1323. DBM 1103 DTABASE THEORY AND DBM 1313 INTRODUCTION TO SQL (R) (W) (M) DBM 1313 DATABASE ADMINISTRATION (R) (W) (R) (W) Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (27 credit hours) DBM 1103. Course ID SCL 1001 DBM 1103 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE DATABASE THEORY Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M). DBM 1333 DATABASE ADMINISTRATION (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). DBM 2313. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. database administration. Communications/English: Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education communications or English course.*. General Education Electives: Six credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (15 credit hours) Mathematics: Three credit hours of faculty approved mathematics that meet OCCC ís mathematics proficiency requirements. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. APPM 1233. # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers *** Students must file all financial aid through the Technology Center while attending there. COMPTIA’S INET+. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. performance tuning. This degree includes courses in database design. 103 .

WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. DMS 1292. Mathematics: MATH 1513. DMS 1254. DMS 1122. medical and diagnostic laboratories and diagnostic imaging centers. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.graduates will be prepared for the American Registry Diagnostic Medical Sonography certification. Course ID SCL 1001 DMS 1213 DMS 1233 MATH 1513 DMS 1112 BIO 1314 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO ULTRASOUND ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION I COLLEGE ALGEBRA PATIENT CARE HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I Credits 1 3 3 3 2 4 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) AHP 1013 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY AND BIO 1314 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (R) (W) (M) MATH 1513 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (R). In addition. DMS 2332. DMS 1356. any OSRHE approved general education English or communications course. DMS 1274 GYNECOLOGICAL/OBSTETRICAL SONOGRAPHY (R) (W) BIO 1314 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (R) (W) BIO 1314 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (R) (W) DMS 1292 ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION II Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (43 credit hours) DMS 1213. Students completing the Diagnostic Medical Sonography plan of study they will be equipped with skills and knowledge to perform in today’s high demand health care industry as Sonographers. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CLINICAL ULTRASOUND III ADVANCED SONOGRAPHY VASCULAR SONOGRAPHY 3 3 6 1 2 4 6 3 1 1 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) DMS 2216 CLINICAL ULTRASOUND II (R) (W) DMS 1254 ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. COREQUISITE: DMS 1254 ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND (R) (W). AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS (R) (W) BIO 1314 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (R) (W) (R) (W) PREREQUISITE: DMS 1213 INTRODUCTION TO ULTRASOUND. DMS 1274. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR OR U. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.S. General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. Political Science: POLSC 1113. (R) (W) DMS 1233 ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION I (R) (W) BIO 1314 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (R) (W) DMS 1356 CLINICAL ULTRASOUND I Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester DMS 1254 DMS 1122 DMS 1356 ENGL 1113 ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND MEDICAL ETHICS CLINICAL ULTRASOUND I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (COMPUTER ASSISTED) 4 2 6 4 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED DMS 1292 ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION II 2 MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester DMS 1274 DMS 2216 OSRHE1 DMS 2221 DMS 2321 GEN ED HIST 1483 HIST 1493 POLSC 1113 DMS 2316 DMS 2371 DMS 2332 OB/GYN ULTRASOUND CLINICAL ULTRASOUND II OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* SMALL PARTS SONOGRAPHY BIOEFFECTS GEN ED ELECTIVE U. # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance with Moore Norman Technology Centers. Three hours General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (4 credit hours): Science: BIO 1314 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. DMS 2321.S. Major courses and clinical experience is only offered at Moore Norman Technology Center. DMS 1112. Major courses are available only at Moore Norman Technology Center. DMS 2316. DMS 2371. DMS 1233. ++ Special Admissions Procedures Required 104 . EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. History: HIST 1483 OR HIST 1493. (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). DMS 2216. Students have the opportunity to train on the latest systems and industry specific equipment. Graduates will be prepared to work in the areas of but not limited to hospitals.Diagnostic Medical Sonography Minimum of 67 Credits Associate in Applied Science The Associates in Applied Science-Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is offered through a cooperative alliance established between Oklahoma City Community College and Moore Norman Technology Center. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. DMS 2221. The Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is designed to provide students with in depth experience in real situations involving performing and providing evaluation of sonography procedures.

DT 1144. DT 2114. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR OR U. OSRHE approved general education communications or English course*. locomotives. DT 2001 Career Experience Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. DT 1234. 105 . six (6) hours of general education electives Life Skills Courses: SCL 1001 Success in College and Life Support Courses: 1000 level mathematics that meet OCCC’s mathematics proficiency requirements.S. All major courses are only available at Francis Tuttle. (R) (W) DT 1103 DT 1101 (R) (W) DT 1114 DT 1144 DT 1103 DT 1101 (R) (W) (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester DT 1103 DT 1101 DT 1114 DT 1144 POLSC 1113 DT 1124 DT 1214 DT 1234 DT 2001 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 GEN ED DT 2104 DT 2114 MATH GEN ED OSRHE DT 2124 DT 2134 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE INTRODUCTION TO DIESEL TECHNOLOGY DIESEL ENGINES I DIESEL ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS I AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DIESEL ENGINES II DIESEL ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS II MEDIUM/HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRUCK BRAKES CAREER EXPERIENCE U. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. DT 2134 General Education Courses: ENGL 1113. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Diesel technology involves the use of a variety of high powered tools and intricate computer systems in order to maintain diagnose and repair these engines and equipment. POLSC 1113. buses. VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT SUPSENSION AND ST ANY 1000 LEVEL MATH COURSE GEN ED ELECTIVE OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS COURSE MEDIUM/HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRUCK DRIVE TRAINS MEDIUM/HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRUCK HYDRAULICS 3 1 4 4 3 4 4 4 1 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 4 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester Freshman Summer Semester Sophomore 1st Semester DT 1103 DT 1103 WITH APPROPRIATE PREREQUISITE. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). DT 2104.S. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. DT 1214. DT 1124. DT 2124. personal passenger vehicles and construction equipment.Diesel Technology Minimum of 63 Credits Associate in Applied Science The Diesel Technology program is offered through a Cooperative Alliance agreement between Oklahoma City Community College and Francis Tuttle Technology Center. Students completing the program will be prepared to take the nationally recognized industry certifications through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Diesel Technology with a specific concentration in Medium/Heavy Truck Technician. DT 1103. HIST 1483 OR HIST 1493. The program prepares students for immediate enter into the workforce as a diesel service technician and mechanic. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. DT 1114. *Pending final OSRHE approval # This program is offered through a Cooperative Alliance between OCCC and Francis Tuttle. Diesel service technicians and mechanics repair and maintain diesel engines that include trucks. Sophomore 2nd Semester DT 1103 DT 1103 Major Courses: DT 1101. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GEN ED ELECTIVE HEATING.

*Pending final OSRHE approval # This program is offered through a Cooperative Alliance between OCCC and Francis Tuttle. hands-on experience in real situations involving diagnosis and repair procedures. The certificate prepares students for immediate employment options in the diesel technology service and repair fields. DT 1144. DT 1124. DT 1214.Diesel Technology-Diesel Technician# Minimum of 24 Credits Certificate of Mastery The Diesel Technology program is offered through a Cooperative Alliance agreement between Oklahoma City Community College and Francis Tuttle Technology Center. The Diesel Technology certificate is designed to provide students with in-depth. Course ID DT 1101 DT 1103 DT 1114 DT 1144 DT 1124 DT 1214 DT 1234 Course Name INTRODUCTION TO DIESEL TECHNOLOGY PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE DIESEL ENGINES I DIESEL ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS I DIESEL ENGINES II DIESEL ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS II MEDIUM/HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRUCK BRAKES Credits 1 3 4 4 4 4 4 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites Suggested Freshman 1st Semester (R) (W) DT 1103 DT 1101 DT 1114 DT 1144 DT 1103 Freshman 2nd Semester Major Courses: DT 1101. DT 1114. Students will have the opportunity to train on the latest systems and industry specific equipment. DT 1234 General Education Courses: Life Skills Courses: Support Courses: Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. DT 1103. All major courses are only available at Francis Tuttle 106 .

which is an approved contract. *Natural Sciences: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester BIO HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 GEN ED ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 PHYS GEN ED HUM HUM FA ELEC GEN ED FA ELEC *** *** BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE U. he or she should request one and contact that advisor who will guide the student through the process of completing the degree. 107 . HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. a student must have a Diversified Studies Degree Plan. Political Science: POLSC 1113. A student may apply for graduation any time after he/she has earned 45 hours and will be notified of any deficiencies or revisions that must be addressed prior to graduation. must be approved by faculty advisor. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. With signed approval by the student’s counselor and/ or advisor and the coordinator of Multi-Divisional Programs.Diversified Studies Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Arts or Associate in Science The Diversified Studies Program serves students with career goals in areas that may require a baccalaureate or professional degree not directly supported by a related associate degree at OCCC.S. the Diversified Studies degree program may be modified to meet a student’s needs.. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. If a student does not have a faculty advisor. The program includes degree requirements generally completed in the first two years of a baccalaureate degree curriculum.S. *** Any course listed in the General Education Requirements under Humanities on pages 44-45 may be used. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Electives: Nine credit hours General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (23 credit hours) Approved electives: 23 credit hours.. Students with previously earned college credit not applied to existing programs also find the Diversified Studies a favorable way to earn an associate’s degree. (R). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ENGL 1213. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. however. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: None General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. (R). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Because of the diversity of coursework to be completed. students should consult the catalog of their chosen transfer colleges for specific requirements. Three to four credit hours Physical Science—one of the science courses must include a lab component. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. the choice to be determined based on specific course work listed in the degree plan. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS GEN ED ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* GEN ED ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE 3-4 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 12 3 11 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). Humanities: Six credit hours. A student should meet with either a faculty advisor or an advisor in Advising and Career Services to complete the appropriate forms. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. A Diversified Studies degree may be earned as either an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree. on file in the Registrar’s Office.

HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. ET 1014 (R) (W) (M). science. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). the student is provided a foundation in mathematics. ET 1114. ET 2384. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Major courses are available only at Moore Norman Technology Center.Electronics# . FUNDAMENTALS ELECTRONICS SHOP PRACTICES FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE SOLID STATE CIRCUITS DIGITAL LOGIC FUNDAMENTALS U. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE DIGITAL LOGIC SYSTEMS GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 4 4 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 4 4 MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W) (M). * To be chosen from ENGL 1213. To meet these needs. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). ET 2334. Major courses in this degree are offered at OCCC and at the technology centers. and sales. ** Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. this program is part of cooperative alliances with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. and operation. ENGL 1233. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.C. and specialized coursework in electronics. / A. ET 1144 Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (32 credit hours) Electronics: ET 1014. General Education Electives: Six credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (10 credit hours) Three credit hours of faculty approved mathematics that meet OCCC’s mathematics proficiency requirements: Support Electives: Seven credit hours of faculty approved support electives Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. ET 2414 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113.C. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.S. technical writing. maintenance. or COM 2213 #This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Moore Norman Technology Centers. The electronics technician may be involved in building and testing prototype equipment. equipment installation. 108 . ET 1124 (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). Political Science: POLSC 1113. social studies. ET 1544. The Electronics Program features a general electronics curriculum that prepares the student for a wide range of careers in the electronics and related industries. ET 2024. ET 1124. ET 1014 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester ET 1014 ET 1544 FA MATH ET 1114 ET 1124 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 OSRHE1 GEN ED FA MAJOR ET 2334 GEN ED FA SUPPORT POLSC 1113 ET 2384 ET 2024 FA SUPPORT D.S. COM 1123. Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education English or communications course*:3 credit hours.General Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science In addition to the OCCC campus. calibration. communications. ET 1014 (R) (W) (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (M).

WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.S. ENGL 1233. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). ET 2353 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester ET 2353 ET 1144 ET 1223 ET 2014 ET 2044 ET 2363 OSRHE1 MATH1 ET 2124 PRDT 1534 PRDT 1413 POLSC 1113 SUPP HIST 1483 HIST 1493 GEN ED SUPP INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL I INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS DIGITAL ELECTRONICS CONTROL DEVICES ELECTROMECHANICAL DEVICES INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL II OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY CONTROL SYSTEMS PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER PROGRAMMING FLUID POWER AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE U. Seven support electives Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. communications. ET 2014. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GEN ED ELECTIVE GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE 3 4 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 4 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) 3 6 3 GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT Major Courses: (32 credit hours) Electronics: ET 1144. PRDT 1534 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. ET 1223. ET 1144 (R) (W) (M). electronics support courses. and major coursework in a chosen specialty. Manufacturing Technology: PRDT 1413. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Major courses are available only at Francis Tuttle Technology Center. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. General Education Electives: Six credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (10 credit hours) Three credit hours of faculty approved mathematics that meets OCCC’s mathematics proficiency requirements. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. ** Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there.S. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). COM 1123. Students are provided a foundation in mathematics. science. ET 1144 (R) (W) (M). ET 2363. ET 2044. social studies. 109 . * To be chosen from ENGL 1213. ET 2353.Electronics# . Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education English or communications course. Technicians in these specialties are commonly associated with manufacturing and a wide range of industrial activities. ET 2124. Major courses are taught at Francis Tuttle Technology Center.Instrumentation and Control Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science This program is part of the cooperative alliances with Francis Tuttle Technology Center. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. or COM 2213 # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Francis Tuttle Technology Centers. Political Science: POLSC 1113.

D(C)EMS 2179. APPM 1313 OR MATH 1513. nurses and physicians in clinical and classroom settings. (c)EMS 1018 Basic EMT is a prerequisite to the Emergency Medical Sciences Paramedic Program. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the National Registry of EMT’s and determine eligibility. (D) These courses have a clinical component that requires purchase of medical liability insurance. and an OSBI background investigation including a sex offender search. that have criminal history. EMS 1123 BIO 1414. Psychology: PSY 1113. (C) These courses require a minimum of a “C” grade to qualify as a course prerequisite and to qualify the student for licensure. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (W) (M). EMS 1059 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W). Any break in continuous enrollment will require an additional random test. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Each student must have a random drug test prior to the first clinical assignment. EMS 1113. The facility alone can accept or deny clinical access to a student. the Division of Health Professions requires an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) background check with both a criminal history search and a sex offender search. The program is accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Education Programs for the EMS Professions (CoAEMSP). MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.OR COREQUISITE: BIO 1314 BIO 1314 (R). An immediate job entry degree in Emergency Medical Sciences gives students the in-depth preparation needed to sit for the National Registry paramedic exam. PRE. Any break in continuous enrollment will require additional OSBI checks and Investigative Background Reports. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1233 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (3 credit hours) Mathematics: MATH 1513 or APPM 1313 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. (R). Clinical Tracking: A one-time fee will be required upon initial enrollment to the program. Drug Testing: Drug testing is required for all students in the Division of Health Professions. EMS 1018 OR EQUIVALENT. APPM 1313 OR 1513. EMS 1018 OR EQUIVALENT. (C)EMS 1123. APPM 1313 OR 1513. It is strongly recommended that this be done prior to enrollment in the program. BIO 1414. EMS 1113. Random drug tests will be done on a predetermined date.S. English: ENGL 1113. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. (C)EMS 2013 General Education Courses: (23 credit hours) Biological Science: (C)BIO 1314. (C)EMS 1113. Political Science: POLSC 1113. (C)BIO 1414. A more extensive nationwide Investigative Background Report (IBR) is also required. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Emergency Medical Sciences++ Minimum of 68 Credits Associate in Applied Science Helping those in need. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. ++Special Admissions Procedures Required: Background Checks: Due to clinical agency requirements. The fee will be paid with the tuition and other fees for the semester in the program where actual clinical assignments begin. Course ID SCL 1001 BIO 1314 EMS 1035 EMS 1113 APPM 1313 MATH 1513 (C) (D)(C) (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I PARAMEDIC CARE I ECG INTERPRETATION AND PROCEDURES MATHEMATICS FOR HEALTH CAREERS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA Credits 1 4 5 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M). Credentialing: The ability to take the licensure exam in order to meet the eligibility requirements to practice as a Paramedic will be approved or denied by the National Registry of EMT’s based on criminal history. EMS 1018 OR EQUIVALENT (R) (W) (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester 3 SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester BIO 1414 EMS 1059 EMS 1123 ENGL 1113 (C) (D)(C) (C) HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II PARAMEDIC CARE II PHARMACOLOGY ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 4 9 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester PSY 1113 EMS 2169 POLSC 1113 ENGL 1233 EMS 2179 EMS 2013 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 (D)(C) (C) (D)(C) INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY PARAMEDIC CARE III AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT REPORT WRITING PARAMEDIC CARE IV EMS OPERATIONS U. Oklahoma City Community College also offers two EMS certificates of mastery. The student is responsible for payment for both reports. EMS 2169 OR PERMISSION BY INSTRUCTOR. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR 3 3 9 3 3 9 3 GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (41 credit hours) Emergency Medical Sciences: D(C)EMS 1035. (R) (W) (M). A graduate must be able to work well under pressure and make critical decisions without hesitating. a physical. without access to identifying information. The Emergency Medical Sciences Paramedic Program focuses on pre-hospital aspects of emergency care. Coursework is taught by experienced paramedics. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. PRE. D(C)EMS 2169. knowledge of emergency health care and situations demanding fast decision-making & critical thinking characterize the work of an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Paramedic. EMS 1059. EMS 1123. AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS (R) (M). If a student is denied access to clinical sites he/she will be unable to successfully complete the course or the program.S. (W). BIO 1314 (R) (M). 110 . There is a one time clinical tracking fee required. D(C)EMS 1059. a clinical uniform. BIO 1314. PRE.OR COREQUISITE BIO 1314 (R) (W).OR CO-REQUISITE: BIO 1414 (M). EMS 1035 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. Clinical agency representative(s) review the reports.

Basic Emergency Medical Technology Minimum of 8 Credits Certificate of Mastery The certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education required for an associate degree. The program is also helpful for those who serve as volunteers for community emergency services. The fee will be paid with the tuition and other fees for the semester in the program where actual clinical assignments begin. Any break in continuous enrollment will require an additional random test. (D)This course has a clinical component that requires purchase of medical liability insurance. Each student must have a random drug test prior to the first clinical assignment. a physical. Emergency medical sciences students become qualified to provide pre-hospital emergency health care. The credit is not counted toward the EMS degree. Random drug tests will be done on a predetermined date. It is strongly recommended that this be done prior to enrollment in the program. Course ID EMS 1018 (D)(C) Course Name BASIC EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Credits 8 Type MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Major Courses: (8 credit hours): Emergency Medical Sciences/Basic Emergency Medical Technology: D(C)EMS 1018 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. industrial medical technicians or as emergency medical personnel at special events. Oklahoma City Community College also offers an EMS degree that prepares students for immediate entry into the job market. Credentialing: The ability to take the licensure exam in order to meet the eligibility requirements to practice as a Paramedic will be approved or denied by the National Registry of EMT’s based on criminal history. There are two levels of certification in the program: EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic. Drug Testing: Drug testing is required for all students in the Division of Health Professions.Emergency Medical Sciences . and an OSBI background investigation including sex offender search. EMT Basic is a prerequisite to the Emergency Medical Services (Paramedic) program. 111 . (C)This course requires a minimum of a “C” grade to qualify as a course prerequisite and to qualify the student for licensure. College credits earned may apply toward an Associate in Applied Science degree. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the National Registry of EMT’s and determine eligibility. All coursework is designed to prepare students for careers as ambulance and emergency vehicle personnel. a clinical uniform.

APPM 1313 OR 1513. The program is also helpful for those who serve as volunteers for community emergency services. D(C)EMS 1059. BIO 1414. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. without access to identifying information. Drug Testing: Drug testing is required for all students in the Division of Health Professions. 112 . PRE. If a student is denied access to clinical sites he/she will be unable to successfully complete the course or the program. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. EMS 1113. College credits earned may apply toward an Associate in Applied Science degree. Oklahoma City Community College also offers an EMS degree that prepares students for immediate entry into the job market. APPM 1313 OR 1513. (W). EMS 1123 BIO 1414. industrial medical technicians or as emergency medical personnel at special events.Emergency Medical Sciences . PRE. ++Special Admissions Procedures Required: Background Checks: Due to clinical agency requirements. (C)EMS 1113. EMS 1035 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. All coursework is designed to prepare students for careers as ambulance and emergency vehicle personnel.Paramedic Certification Minimum of 52 Credits Certificate of Mastery The certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education required for an associate degree. and an OSBI background investigation including sex offender search. (C) EMS 2179 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: (11 credit hours) Mathematics: MATH 1513 or APPM 1313.OR CO-REQUISITE: BIO 1414 (M). EMS 1018 OR EQUIVALENT. EMS 1018 OR EQUIVALENT Suggested Freshman 1st Semester 3 SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester BIO 1414 EMS 1059 EMS 1123 (C) (D)(C) (C) HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II PARAMEDIC CARE II PHARMACOLOGY 4 9 3 SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester EMS 2169 (D)(C) PARAMEDIC CARE III 9 MAJOR Sophomore 2nd Semester EMS 2179 EMS 2013 (D)(C) (C) PARAMEDIC CARE IV EMS OPERATIONS 9 3 MAJOR MAJOR Major Courses: (41 credit hours) Emergency Medical Sciences/Paramedic Certificate: D(C)EMS 1035. the Division of Health Professions requires an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) background check with both a criminal history search and a sex offender search. AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS (R) (M). PRE. It is strongly recommended that this be done prior to enrollment in the program.OR COREQUISITE BIO 1314 (W) (M). (C)EMS 1123. BIO 1314. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. EMS 1059 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (W) (M). APPM 1313 OR MATH 1513. that have criminal history. Credentialing: The ability to take the licensure exam in order to meet the eligibility requirements to practice as a Paramedic will be approved or denied by the National Registry of EMT’s based on criminal history.OR COREQUISITE: BIO 1314 BIO 1314 (R). Each student must have a random drug test prior to the first clinical assignment. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the National Registry of EMT’s and determine eligibility. (C)This course requires a minimum of a “C” grade to qualify as a course prerequisite and to qualify the student for licensure (D)This course has a clinical component that requires purchase of medical liability insurance. Any break in continuous employment will require an additional random test. EMS 1113. Biological Science: (C)BIO 1314 and (C)BIO 1414 Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. EMS 1018 OR EQUIVALENT. (c)EMS 1018 Basic EMT is a prerequisite to the Emergency Medical Sciences Program. (R) (W) (M). EMS 1123. Emergency Medical Sciences students become qualified to provide pre-hospital emergency health care. There are two levels of certification in the program: EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic. A more extensive nationwide Investigative Background Report (IBR) is also required. a clinical uniform. Clinical Tracking: A one-time fee will be required upon initial enrollment to the program. a physical. The facility alone can accept or deny clinical access to a student. (C)EMS 2013. Any break in continuous enrollment will require additional OSBI checks and Investigative Background Reports. D(C)EMS 2169. (R). BIO 1314 (R) (M). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. The student is responsible for payment of both reports. Course ID BIO 1314 EMS 1035 EMS 1113 APPM 1313 MATH 1513 (C) (D)(C) (D)(C) Course Name HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I PARAMEDIC CARE I ECG INTERPRETATION AND PROCEDURES MATHEMATICS FOR HEALTH CAREERS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA Credits 4 5 3 Type SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT Prerequisites (R) (W) (M). EMS 2169 OR PERMISSION BY INSTRUCTOR. EMS 1059. The fee will be paid with the tuition and other fees for the semester in the program where actual clinical assignments begin. Clinical agency representative(s) review the reports. Random drug tests will be done on a predetermined date.

and two more Faculty Advisor approved courses selected from (C)ENGR 1213. (C) ENGR 2243. CHEM 1215. (C)ENGR 2523. CHEM 2114. Electrical Science. (C)ENGR 2313. Strength of Materials. CHEM 2122. MATH 2214. MATH 2413. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HUM MATH 2214 ENGL 1213 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 PHYS 2014 HUMANITIES ELECTIVE CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II U. (C)ENGR 2333. *Should select the course appropriate to the student’s transfer institution. MATH 2104 (OR AT LEAST 4 HOURS OF CALCULUS) WITHIN THE LAST YEAR OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 2214 (R) (W). CS 2163.S. **Approved Engineering Elective selected from (C)ENGR 1213. (C)ENGR 2333. Fluid Mechanics and Programming. (C)ENGR 2143. (C)ENGR 2313. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). ENGLISH COMPOSITION II (R) (W). (C)ENGR 2523. Degrees in pre-engineering prepare students to continue studies at a four-year college or university. computers and electronics. CS 2363. (C)ENGR 2243. CHEM 1215. Mathematics: MATH 2104. CS 2163.Engineering — Pre-Engineering Minimum of 62 Credits Associate in Science Pre-engineering students learn about fundamental engineering principles and how they are applied to real life problems. CHEM 2122. MATH 2413. (C) ENGR 2103. Once students graduate. (C)ENGR 2333. (C)ENGR 2343. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R) (W). PHYS 2223. At Oklahoma City Community College. CHEM 2124. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. (C) ENGR 2613. CS 2363. (C)ENGR 2143. Students in pre-engineering are often interested in chemistry. Social Sciences: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (7-9 credit hours) Mathematics: MATH 2314. mathematics. PHYS 2014 (R). 113 . WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (C)ENGR 2143. MATH 2104 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR (R) (W). History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Courses cover subjects such as Engineering Graphics and Design. PHYS 2114. Thermodynamics. (C)ENGR 2133 or (C)ENGR 2243. the PreEngineering Program is designed especially for students who want to complete a bachelor’s or advanced degree in any of the various branches of engineering. (C)ENGR 2333. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)ENGR 2613 ***Approved Support Elective selected from (C)ENGR 1213. (C)ENGR 2343. (C)ENGR 2313.S. Political Science: POLSC 1113. (C)ENGR 2103. (C)ENGR 2103. PHYS 2014 AND MATH 2214 (OR AT LEAST 8 HOURS OF CALCULUS) WITHIN THE LAST YEAR OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 2314 (R) (W). CHEM 2124. ENGL 1213. Chemistry: CHEM 1115. (C)ENGR 2613. Course ID SCL 1001 MATH 2104 CHEM 1115 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I GENERAL CHEMISTRY I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 4 5 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). (M) PHYS 2014 Freshman 2nd Semester 3 4 GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester MATH 2314 ENGR 2003 PHYS 2114 (C) CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III ENGINEERING PRACTICE I ENGINEERING PHYSICS II 4 3 4 SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED ENGR 2133 ENGR 2243 SOC SC POLSC 1113 FA ENGR FA ENGR FA SUPPORT HUM (C) (C) RIGID BODY MECHANICS —OR— STATICS SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 3 3 3 3 3 3-5 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) **(C) **(C) *** FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE FROM ENGR OR COM FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE FROM ENGR OR COM FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES HUMANITIES ELECTIVE Major Courses: (12-credit hours) Engineering: (C)ENGR 2003. (C)ENGR 2243. physics. MATH 2013. they find career opportunities with industry or government in any of more than 30 branches of engineering. Statics. (C)ENGR 2613 General Education Courses: (42 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. (C)ENGR 2343. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Physics: PHYS 2014. PHYS 2223 (C)A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ENGINEERING PHYSICS I 3 4 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W). (C)ENGR 2523. Dynamics. MATH 2013. technology. MATH 1533 AND MATH 1613 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W). (C)ENGR 2523. 3-5 credit hours of Faculty Advisor approved Support Electives selected from (C)ENGR 1213. CHEM 2114. (C)ENGR 2313. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. MATH 2214 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR ENGLISH 1213. (C)ENGR 2143. (C)ENGR 2343. Humanities: Six credit hours. (C)ENGR 2103.

Cox Communications. ECS 1314. Southwestern Bell. COM 2213. PC Hardware Servers. This plan of study was developed through a collaborative effort among Cisco. design of WAN systems maintenance. (W). students may be prepared to take some of the following certification examinations: Network +. Linux. (M) (R) (W). BICSI. Also. Major electives (15 credit hours) Fifteen credit hours of faculty approved electives General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. and LINUX+. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester FA MATH GEN ED ECS 1334 ECS 2224 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 FA MAJOR ECS 2334 OSRHE1 GEN ED FA MAJOR ECS 2364 POLSC 1113 FA MAJOR FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE ROUTING TECHNOLOGIES NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS U. Cisco Certified Design Administrator (CCDA). COM 2213. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Political Science: PS 1113. Approved General Education Electives: Six credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (3 credit hours) Mathematics: Three credit hours of faculty-approved mathematics that meet OCCC’s mathematics proficiency requirements. In conjunction with Networks. (M) (R). WOW Certified Web Designer Apprentice (CWDSA). ISDN. and the repair of various components of telecommunications systems. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog.S. and WorldCom Enterprise communication systems are one of the fastest growing fields in the United States. 114 . Course ID SCL 1001 ECS 1214 ECS 1314 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE PC HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 4 4 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. COM 1323. Solaris. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. a student may train on microwave equipment. (W).S. the student will design an Enterprise Communications system. * To be chosen from COM 1123. and even the household telephone. Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP).Enterprise Communication Systems# Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science This plan of study is part of a cooperative alliances with Francis Tuttle Technology Center. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE ADVANCED ROUTING AND SWITCHING OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE ADVANCED NETWORK & DESIGN MANAGEMENTS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE 3 3 4 4 3 3 4 3 3 6 3 3 6 SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR ECS 2334 ADVANCED ROUTING & SWITCHING (R) (W) ECS 1334 ROUTING TECHNOLOGIES ECS 1314 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS ECS 1214 PC HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE (R) (W) (R) (W) Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (39 credit hours) ECS 1214. ECS 2334. Routers. ECS 1334. COM 1323. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Server+. Frame Relay. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Upon completion of this plan of study. ECS 2224. ECS 2364. Communications/English: To be chosen from COM 1123. Windows 2000 MCP. The graduate will be prepared to work in the areas of installation. Major courses are available only at Francis Tuttle Technology Center. A+. The program will cover the latest trends in communications equipment and techniques. Windows 2000 and Ethernet Switches. This plan of study will give the student the opportunity to train on the latest systems and test equipment. I-Net+. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. long-distance link ups of computers. Solaris Administrator. satellite and microwave communications. Major courses in this degree plan are offered at Francis Tuttle. JAVA 2 Programmer. Advances in technology and applications come every day with innovations in fiber optics. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. or Advisor approved COM elective or ENGL 1213. or Advisor approved COM elective or ENGL 1213 #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle Technology Centers.

(W).S. HUM 2253. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. (R) (R). This strong technical foundation is appropriate for students wishing a career in acting. BY EVALUATION (R) (W). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. (R) (W) (R). This program prepares students to transfer to a four-year institution. or other film and video areas.S. 115 . TA 1103. HUM 2273. COMPUTER PROFICIENCY. FVP 2123. FVP 2214. (R) (W). screenplay writing. (R) (W) (R) (W) FVP 1214 OR BY EVALUATION FVP 1103 TECHNOLOGY AND EQUIPMENT OVERVIEW (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) FVP 1214 AND FVP 2323. SOC 1113. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CINEMATOGRAPHY II WITH LAB GEN ED ELECTIVE FILM SOUND GENERAL BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE WITH LAB PRODUCTION DESIGN DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING GEN ED ELECTIVE FILM PRODUCTION AND BUSINESS CAPSTONE PROJECT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3 4 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester 3 4 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 6 3 GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester (R). Physical Science: PHYS 1014 (with lab). directing. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. FVP 2323.Film and Video Production Technician (AA) Minimum of 64 Credits Associate in Arts This degree provides students the opportunity to become trained in the technical aspects of film and video production providing the community with a trained workforce of technicians. FVP 2273. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. *Humanities: 6 credit hours chosen from the following courses: HUM 1113. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Biological Science: BIO 1113. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. any General Education Foreign Language course Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. SOC 2213. ENGL 1213. FVP 2713 General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. HUM 2243. **General Education Electives: 9 credit hours chosen from the following courses: PSY 1113. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved in Major Courses. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. ART 1013. FVP 2253. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Political Science: POLSC 1113. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HUM 2233. ART 1023. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. AND BY EVALUATION Major Courses: (26 credit hours) (c) Film and Video Production: FVP 1133. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. FVP 1214. (R). Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). OR BY EVALUATION Suggested Freshman 1st Semester POLSC 1113 MATH 1513 MATH 1503 MATH 2013 FVP 1214 FVP 2323 ENGL 1213 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 FVP 2214 GEN ED FVP 2253 BIO 1114 PHYS 1013 FVP 1133 FVP 2273 GEN ED FVP 2123 FVP 2713 HUM GEN ED (C) (C) ** (C) (C) (C) ** (C) (C) (C) AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS CINEMATOGRAPHY I WITH LAB FILM EDITING AND DIGITAL EFFECTS I ENGLISH COMPOSITION II U. ART 1053. (M) ALL REQUIRED MAJOR FVP COURSES. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HUM 2263. Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. ECON 2113 or ECON 2123.

COMPUTER PROFICIENCY. HUM 2233. BY EVALUATION (R) (W). 116 . FVP 2123.S. (R) (W) (R) (R). FVP 2253. AND BY EVALUATION Suggested Freshman 1st Semester POLSC 1113 FVP 1214 FVP 1713 FVP 2323 BUS 2033 ENGL 1213 ENGL 1233 COM 2213 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 FVP 2253 FVP 2214 FVP 2153 BUS 1323 FVP 1133 FVP 2123 FVP 2273 PHYS 1013 PHYS 1014 FVP 2453 FVP 2713 HUM FA SUPPORT (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CINEMATOGRAPHY I WITH LAB SCREENWRITING FILM EDITING AND DIGITAL EFFECTS I BUSINESS COMMUNICATION —OR— ENGLISH COMPOSITION II —OR— REPORT WRITING —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING U. FVP 2613. TA 1103 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (9-10 credit hours) BUS 1323. FVP 2114. ENGL 1213 or ENGL 1233 or BUS 2033 or COM 2213. FVP 2713 General Education Courses: (18-19 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. FVP 1214. HUM 2263. (W). FVP 2453. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. HUM 2253. OR BY EVALUATION (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R). ART 1013. FVP 2253 ALL REQUIRED MAJOR FVP COURSES. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. OR BY EVALUATION (R). See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. ART 1053. Physical Science: PHYS 1013 or PHYS 1014. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR FILM SOUND CINEMATOGRAPHY II WITH LAB SCREENPLAY INTERPRETATION MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS PRODUCTION DESIGN FILM PRODUCTION AND BUSINESS DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING PHYSICAL SCIENCE —OR— PHYSICAL SCIENCE WITH LAB FILM SOUND EDITING CAPSTONE PROJECT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 3 4 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 6-7 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (35 credit hours) (C) Film and Video Production: FVP 1133. cameras. ART 1023. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Political Science: POLSC 1113. (M) FVP 1214 AND FVP 2323. sound. props. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. and set design for film and video projects. Select appropriate to the student’s transfer insitution (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved in Major Courses. FVP 1713.S. FVP 2623 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. HUM 2243. ENGL 1113 OR BY EVALUATION** (R) (W). Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). FVP 2153. FVP 1214. FVP 2273. FVP 2323. (R) (W). 6-7 hours chosen with Advisor Approval from the following courses: FVP 2214. FVP 2323 OR BY EVALUATION (R). ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (R) (W) (R) (W) FVP 1103 TECHNOLOGY AND EQUIPMENT OVERVIEW FVP 1214 OR BY EVALUATION (R). (R) (R). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HUM 2273. (W).Film and Video Production Technician (AAS) Minimum of 63-65 Credits Associate in Applied Science This degree provides students the opportunity to become trained in the technical aspects of film and video production providing the community with a trained workforce of technicians able to handle lights. *Humanities: Three credit hours of approved Humanities elective: HUM 1113. FVP 2413.

FVP 1214. AND BY EVALUATION Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester FVP 2713 (C) CAPSTONE PROJECT 3 MAJOR Major Courses: (32 credit hours) (C) Film and Video Production: FVP 1133. FVP 2153. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved in Major Courses. FVP 2323. FVP 1214. (W). props. OR BY EVALUATION 6 HOURS OF FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION COURSES OR BY EVALUATION ALL REQUIRED MAJOR FVP COURSES. FVP 2613. sound. FVP 2323 OR BY EVALUATION FVP 1214 AND FVP 2323.Film and Video Production Technician (Certificate) Certificate of Mastery Minimum of 32 Credits This certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education courses required for an associate degree. FVP 2123. FVP 2273. FVP 2253. BY EVALUATION (R). COMPUTER PROFICIENCY. (M) FVP 1214 OR BY EVALUATION (R). and set design for film and video projects. 117 . FVP 2713 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. College credits earned may apply toward an Associate in Applied Science degree or Associate of Arts degree in Film and Video Production. This certificate provides students the opportunity to become trained in the technical aspects of film and video production providing the community with a trained workforce of technicians able to handle lights. cameras. Course ID FVP 1214 FVP 1133 FVP 2253 FVP 2323 FVP 2123 FVP 2214 FVP 2153 FVP 2273 FVP 2613 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) Course Name CINEMATOGRAPHY I WITH LAB PRODUCTION DESIGN FILM SOUND FILM EDITING AND DIGITAL EFFECTS I FILM PRODUCTION AND BUSINESS CINEMATOGRAPHY II WITH LAB SCREENPLAY INTERPRETATION DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING FILM OR VIDEO INTERNSHIP Credits 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (R) FVP 1103 TECHNOLOGY AND EQUIPMENT OVERVIEW (R). FVP 2214.

COM. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. ** At least one science course must include a laboratory component. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.S. translating. OR GEOL PREFIXES HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 3 3-4 3 3 4 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT Major Courses: (16 Credit Hours) French: FREN 1115. ENGL 1213 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II OR HIGHER LITERATURE COURSE (R) (W). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.. (R). ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. speak. Literature: Any ENGL course 2123 or higher. FREN 2223 General Education Courses: (37 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Humanities: Six credit hours Humanities Electives. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE Sophomore 2nd Semester FREN 2223 PHYS SC HUM GEN ED FA SUPPORT ** *** * *** INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. SPAN. FREN 2113 OR BY EVALUATION *** HUMANITIES ELECTIVE U. FREN 1225. FREN 1225 OR BY EVALUATION (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. *** Humanities electives and support courses must be chosen with an Academic Advisor. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. 118 .French . CHEM. Political Science: POLSC 1113. law enforcement. FREN 1115 OR BY EVALUATION (R) (W). Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. WL categories. PHYS. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester BIO FA SUPPORT FREN 1225 ENGL 1213 MATH 1513 MATH 1503 MATH 2013 GEN ED FREN 2113 POLSC 1113 HUM HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ENGL 2123 ** *** BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES ELEMENTARY FRENCH II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 3-4 3 5 3 GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W). international business or social service. FREN 2113. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. read. An associate degree in Modern Languages gives students the background needed to transfer to a four-year college or university. Course ID SCL 1001 FREN 1115 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ELEMENTARY FRENCH I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 5 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (R) (W). and write French. broadcasting. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. ENGL 1213. HUM. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. In addition to learning to understand. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Electives: Six credit hours General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (7 Credit Hours) Electives: Choose seven credit hours of electives from FREN. *Sciences: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. GRMN.Modern Languages Minimum of 61 credits Associate in Arts Students who study French will learn a widely spoken language that has a long history as a language of culture and diplomacy. three to four credit hours Physical Science-one of the science courses must include a lab component. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. travel. (R) (W). ENGL. Freshman 2nd Semester 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED * GEN ED ELECTIVE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W).S. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Another area of emphasis available is Spanish. language students may find career opportunities in teaching. students will acquire understanding of the cultures of the Francophone world as well as greater awareness of their own language and culture. After graduating. (R). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W) (M). Computer Science: CS 1363. CAT. Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program.Computer-Aided Technology Minimum of 60 Credits Associate in Applied Science The Game Design emphasis in Computer-Aided Technology educates students through the study of subjects such as game theory and technology. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester CAT 1223 CAT 1513 CAT 2533 CS 1363 ART 1123 CAT 2223 CAT 2733 CS 2433 BUS 1323 MATH APPM OSRHE CAT 2924 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 POLSC 1113 FA SUPPORT GEN ED * ** GAME DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN CONCEPTS DIGITAL IMAGING 3D RENDERING AND DESIGN VISUALIZATION MULTIMEDIA DRAWING I GAME LEVEL DESIGN 3D CHARACTER DESIGN AND ANIMATION WEB ANIMATION MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS -ORANY 1000 LEVEL MATH OR APPM OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS COURSE DESIGN PROJECT U. FVP.S. Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). or GCOM prefix and must be approved by a Program Faculty Advisor. COM 2213). CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R). *Electives: Faculty Approved Support Electives. CAT 2924. CAT 1513. CS 2143. animation artists. * Three hours selected from ART 1203. FX artists. animation. The Game Design emphasis is well-suited for enthusiastic students wishing to obtain a job in this field upon graduation or plan to continue their education at a four year university. and as game designers. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Areas of emphasis are also available in Multimedia. ART 1213. Course ID SCL 1001 CS 1103 CAT 1214 CAT 1023 ENGL 1113 (1) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD) EVOLUTION OF GAME TECHNOLOGY ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 4 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). CAT 2533. CS. CAT 2533 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M). CAT 1253. CAT 1223. digital artists. animation. **Any course that meets Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education requirements for a general education communications course (ENGL 1213. COM 1123. Students will explore design principles and documentation. ENGR. (R) (W) (M) CS 1103 OR CAT 1413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). GCOM 2783.Game Design Emphasis . GCOM 1183. The Game Design emphasis is an appropriate starting point for students who seek a professional career in the field of Game Art and Design as modelers. CAT 2733. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. the creative process and pre-production planning. 15 HOURS IN A CAT EMPHASIS (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (35 credit hours) Art: ART 1123. CAT 1223 (R) (W) (M). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR -ORU. JB. CAT 2223. ENGL 1233. 119 . ** Three hours selected from ENGL 1213. multimedia design. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (6 credit hours) Mathematics: BUS 1323 or any 1000 level MATH or APPM course. ART 1233. CS 2433 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) Computer Science: CS 1103(1). 3-D illustrators. the design process.S. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. textures and 3D modeling. or COM 2213. Other approved Support Electives must have an ART. English: ENGL 1113. level design. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Three hours General Education Electives. art. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. video post-production artists. CAT 1214. Political Science: POLSC 1113. ENGL 1233. the processes of visual based principles such as interface design. game mechanics and especially creative writing and storytelling skills. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES GEN ED ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED (R) (W) (M). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1023. (1) Advanced Standing is available. CAT 2633. COM 1123. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

digital artists. FX artists. multimedia design. Course ID CS 1103 CAT 1023 CAT 1214 ART 1123 CAT 1223 CAT 1513 CAT 2533 CS 1363 (1) Course Name INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS EVOLUTION OF GAME TECHNOLOGY COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD) DRAWING I GAME DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN CONCEPTS DIGITAL IMAGING 3D RENDERING AND DESIGN VISUALIZATION MULTIMEDIA Credits 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (R) (W) (M) (R) (M) (R) (R) (W) (M) CS 1103 OR CAT 1413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). The Game Design emphasis is an appropriate starting point for students who seek a professional career in the field of Game Art and Design as modelers. CS 2433 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. The Game Design certificate is well-suited for enthusiastic amateurs and gamers looking to explore this exciting field as a recreational endeavor.Game Design . CAT 2733. CAT 1223. the creative process and pre-production planning. textures and 3D modeling. Students will explore design principles and documentation. Areas of emphasis are also available in Multimedia. CAT 1513. animation. animation. CAT 2924. Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program. video post-production artists. CAT 1223 (R) (W) (M). CAT 2533. the design process. game mechanics and especially creative writing and storytelling skills. Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). CAT 1214. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). CAT 2223. animation artists. Computer Science: CS 11103. CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester CAT 2223 CAT 2733 CS 2433 GAME LEVEL DESIGN 3D CHARACTER DESIGN AND ANIMATION WEB ANIMATION 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Major Courses: (34 credit hours) Art: ART 1123. Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1023. level design. CAT 2533 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M). and as game designers. art. * Pending OSRHE approval 120 . (1) Advanced Standing is available. CS 1363. 3-D illustrators. the processes of visual based principles such as interface design.Computer-Aided Technology Minimum of 37 Credits Certificate of Mastery The Game Design emphasis in Computer-Aided Technology educates students through the study of subjects such as game theory and technology.

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MATH 1513 FA SUPPORT CAT 1323 CS 1333 MATH 1613 GEOG 2603 OSRHE CAT 1214 CAT 2313 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 GEN ED CAT 2334 CAT 2924 CS 1143 POLSC 1113 FA SUPPORT * * COLLEGE ALGEBRA FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS (GPS) DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS TRIGONOMETRY WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS COURSE COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD) INTRODUCTION TO SPATIAL ANALYSIS U. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. and geography. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. or COM 2213. Multimedia and Computer-Aided Design (CAD). ENGL 1233. geology.Geographic Information System Emphasis . police and fire departments. COM 1123. COM 1123. Course ID SCL 1001 CAT 1313 CS 1103 ENGL 1113 (1) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M) (R) (R) (W). GIS is used by local municipalities. Surveying and Global Positioning Systems (GPS). archaeology. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GEN ED ELECTIVE PLANE SURVEYING DESIGN PROJECT BEGINNING PROGRAMMING AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W) (M) (R) (R). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Mathematics: MATH 1513. Areas of emphasis are also available in Game Design. agriculture. Students learn to understand various kinds of spatial data. CAT 1313 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) (M). CAT 2334. 15 HOURS IN A CAT EMPHASIS (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) Major Courses: (30 credit hours) Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1214. Geography: GEOG 2603. engineers. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Modern computer software and related technology make it possible to use this spatial data to solve complex planning and management problems. computer tools and data quality considerations that are important to effectively use this technology in making good decisions. computer-aided design (CAD) and engineering. CS 1143. MATH 1613 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). emergency management and homeland security. computer science. Students will also develop skills in CAD. * The Program Faculty Advisor must approve other electives ** Three hours selected from ENGL 1213.nine credit hours Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program. CAT 2313. county assessors. GIS is designed to in decision making by using data that is spatially referenced to the Earth.Computer-Aided Technology Minimum 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science The Geographic Information System (GIS) Emphasis offer students opportunities to develop skills used in different disciplines. such as environmental. CAT 1323. COM 1123. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ENGL 1233. utilities companies. environmental and public health fields and many more. **Any course that meets Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education requirements for a general education communications course (ENGL 1213. ENGL 1233. business administration. Computer Science: CS 1103. COM 2213). See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. CS 1333 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. CAT 22924. CAT 1313. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Political Science: POLSC 1113 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Mathematics: MATH 1613. agriculture.S. *Electives: Faculty Approved Support Electives . (1) Advanced Standing is available * Pending OSRHE approval 121 . oil and gas companies.S. or COM 2213 ** Three hours selected from ENGL 1213. (R). PRE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (M) (R) (W) (M).

oil and gas companies. GIS is used by local municipalities. computer science. Surveying and Global Positioning Systems (GPS). CAT 1313 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Major Courses: (15 credit hours) Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1313. Modern computer software and related technology make it possible to use this spatial data to solve complex planning and management problems. such as environmental.Computer-Aided Technology Minimum of 21 Credits Certificate of Mastery The Geographic Information System (GIS) Emphasis offer students opportunities to develop skills used in different disciplines. emergency management and homeland security. agriculture. Course ID CAT 1313 CAT 1323 CS 1103 FA SUPPORT CS 1333 CAT 2313 FA SUPPORT * (1) * Course Name INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS (GPS) INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO SPATIAL ANALYSIS FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT Prerequisites (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (R) (W) (M). Students learn to understand various kinds of spatial data. CS 1333 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: (6 credit hours) *Electives: Faculty Approved Support Electives Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. computer tools and data quality considerations that are important to effectively use this technology in making good decisions. county assessors. and geography. agriculture. Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program. Students will also develop skills in CAD. environmental and public health fields and many more. * The Program Faculty Advisor must approve other electives (1) Advanced Standing is available * Pending OSRHE approval 122 . engineers. The certificate of mastery is an option for someone that already has a degree or for someone that needs courses in GIS. geology. archaeology. Multimedia and Computer-Aided Design (CAD). CAT 2313. CAT 1323. police and fire departments. business administration.Geographic Information System . computer-aided design (CAD) and engineering. GIS is designed to in decision making by using data that is spatially referenced to the Earth. Areas of emphasis are also available in Game Design. utilities companies. Computer Science: CS 1103.

ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. GCOM 2783. television stations. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. General Education Electives (3 credit hours). Graphic Communications students who wish to transfer to a four-year institution should enroll in the Visual Arts program for an Associate in Arts degree. GCOM 2833. FVP. ART. individual companies. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved.Graphic Communications . BUS 1323. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. GCOM 1173 or GCOM 1183. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). or Any 1000 level Mathematics Course. GCOM 1053 (R). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. computer drawing. Transfer students should contact your faculty advisor for more information. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. 123 . Political Science: POLSC 1113. CAT. Graduates work for multimedia agencies.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. JB or MU. FVP. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. advertising agencies. GCOM 2813. OR BY EVALUATION 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED (C) (C) (C) ADVERTISING LAYOUT IMAGE EDITING: PHOTOSHOP II WEB PAGE DESIGN I AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Sophomore 1st Semester (C) (C) (C) * VIDEO PRODUCTION WEB PAGE ANIMATION I WEB PAGE DESIGN II FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES U. GCOM 2843. sound. (R). GCOM 1053 AND GCOM 1223 (R). (R). WITH APPROPRIATE PREREQUISITE. GCOM 2793. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. GCOM 2813 AND GCOM 2583 OR BY EVALUATION GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Major Courses: (36 Credit Hours) GCOM 1053. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR HUMANITIES ELECTIVE (B) (C) (B) APPLIED GRAPHIC ART WEB PAGE ANIMATION II MULTIMEDIA PORTFOLIO PRODUCTION 3 3 3 3 3 Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) (R). presentation production. or as independent graphic artists. ART.. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. GCOM 2853. GCOM 2853. ENGL 1213. GCOM 2773 OR BY EVALUATION (R) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R). This associate degree prepares graduates to work as Web page creators. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. (B) A grade of “B” or higher must be achieved. digital imaging. *3 credit hours faculty approved elective courses selected from any GCOM. (R).S. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. electronic publishing and digital video. JB or MU prefix. GCOM 2773. GCOM 2793. graphic design businesses. (R) (R) (R) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester GCOM 1053 ART 1173 ART 1183 GCOM 2773 GEN ED ENGL 1213 APPM 1223 BUS 1323 MATH GCOM 1223 GCOM 2783 GCOM 2793 POLSC 1113 ART 2643 GCOM 2813 GCOM 2833 FA SUPPORT HIST 1483 HIST 1493 HUM GCOM 2353 GCOM 2843 GCOM 2853 (C) (C) (C) (C) ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING: INDESIGN I COMPUTER DRAWING: FREEHAND —OR— COMPUTER DRAWING: ILLUSTRATOR IMAGE EDITING: PHOTOSHOP I GEN ED ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNICAL CAREERS I —OR— MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS —OR— ANY 1000 LEVEL MATH COURSE 3 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). Humanities: Any humanities course (3 credit hours) Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: 6 credit hours) APPM 1223. CAD. * Approved Support Electives must be approved by Faculty Advisor and must be selected from the following prefixes: GCOM. GCOM 2353. GCOM 2813 OR BY EVALUATION (R). JB 2643 General Education Courses: (18 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. and multimedia authoring.Multimedia Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science Graphic Communications: Multimedia Emphasis students receive hands-on training in design theory and state-of-the-art production methods in Web page design and production.

WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ART. GCOM 1053 AND GCOM 1223 (R) (W) (R) (W) (R). service bureaus. GCOM 1223. Political Science: POLSC 1113. or digital photography manipulators. (C) A grade of (C) or higher must be achieved. GCOM 2053. GCOM 2803 General Education Courses: (18 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113: ENGL 1213. Graphic Communications students who wish to transfer to a four-year institution should enroll in the Visual Arts program for an Associate in Arts degree. and state-of-the-art production methods in electronic publishing. Moore Norman and Metro Tech Technology Centers. GCOM 1053. (R) (R) (R) (R). MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. GCOM 2773. (R). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. #Cooperative agreements have been established with Francis Tuttle. FVP. graphic design businesses. (R) (R) (W). computer drawing and digital imaging. illustrators. television stations. *9 credit hours Faculty Advisor approved elective courses selected from any GCOM. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. GCOM 2773 OR BY EVALUATION (C) (C) ** (B) PUBLICATION DESIGN IMAGE EDITING: PHOTOSHOP II FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES APPLIED GRAPHIC ART U. or as independent graphic artists. Primary focus is on the print media. CAD. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.S. photo labs. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. (B) A grade of (B) or higher must be achieved. Graduates work for advertising agencies. GCOM 2353. GCOM 1053 OR BY EVALUATION (R). GCOM 1053 (R) (W) (R) (W). 124 . or MU prefix. Humanities: Any humanities course (3 credit hours). GCOM 1223. GCOM 1173 or GCOM 1183.Graphic Communications# . GCOM 1053 OR BY EVALUATION Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HUM GCOM 1023 ENGL 1213 ART 1173 ART 1183 GCOM 2773 GCOM 2053 GEN ED APPM 1223 BUS 1323 MATH GCOM 2323 GCOM 2783 FA SUPPORT GCOM 2353 HIST 1493 HIST 1483 GCOM 2803 FA SUPPORT ** HUMANITIES ELECTIVE INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester (C) (C) (C) (C) * COMPUTER DRAWING: FREEHAND —OR— COMPUTER DRAWING: ILLUSTRATOR IMAGE EDITING: PHOTOSHOP I ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING: INDESIGN II GEN ED ELECTIVE MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNICAL CAREERS I —OR— MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS —OR— ANY 1000 LEVEL MATH COURSE 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT Sophomore 1st Semester (R). HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. CAD. or any 1000 level Math course. ART. or MU. printing companies.S. Web page creators. BUS 1323. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. * See page 44-45 for General Education Requirements. magazines. (R). multimedia agencies. Elective: General Education elective (3 credit hours) Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 Credit Hours) APPM 1223. newspapers. individual companies. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR Sophomore 2nd Semester (R). This associate degree prepares graduates to work as designers. illustration. Course ID SCL 1001 GCOM 1053 GCOM 1223 POLSC 1113 ENGL 1113 (C) (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING: INDESIGN I ADVERTISING LAYOUT AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R). JB. print media production artists. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Transfer students should contact your faculty advisor for more information. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. GCOM 1053 AND GCOM 2323 OR BY EVALUATION (B) ** PORTFOLIO PREPARATION AND PRESENTATION FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES Major Courses: (30 Credit Hours) GCOM 1023. FVP. GCOM 2783.Print Media Emphasis Minimum of 61 credits Associate in Applied Science Graphic Communications: General Emphasis students receive hands-on training in design theory. screen printers. multimedia presentation producers. GCOM 2323. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. JB. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. WITH APPROPRIATE PREREQUISITE. ** Approved Support Electives must be approved by Faculty Advisor and must be from the following prefixes: GCOM.

HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR MODERN WESTERN CIVILIZATION ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HISTORY ELECTIVE SURVEY OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS TO 1600 C. a variety of rewarding careers in teaching. 125 . Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1613 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 BIO HIST 1493 HIST 1623 ENGL 1213 PHYS POLSC 1113 HIST HIST 1713 HIST 1723 HUM GEOG 2603 FA SUPPORT HIST SOC SC HIST 2303 SOC SC HUM * * EARLY WESTERN CIVILIZATION CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE U. HIST 1493. Learning about what occurred in the past and why it occurred also helps people understand events that may occur in the future. GEOG 2603. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ECON 2123. ART 1013. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. Because history deals with people and what they did. museum management. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.History Minimum of 64 Credits Associate in Arts Studying history brings insight on how various civilizations and cultures evolved and how they affect our own traditions. HIST 1713 or HIST 1723. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ART 1023.S. —OR— SURVEY OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS SINCE 1600 C. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (R) (W). * At least one science course must include a laboratory component. researching. writing. POLSC 2603. CS 1103. Course ID SCL 1001 HIST 1483 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE U. any history prefix and any foreign language course. (W) (R) (W). With a background in history. tourism. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. SOC 2213. AND WRITING SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED 3 3-4 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W)..S. History electives (6 credit hours) General Education Courses: (40 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. ENGL 1213. three to four credit hours Physical Science) Social Science Electives (6 credit hours) Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (5 Credit Hours) Approved Electives chosen from ECON 2113. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. History: HIST 1483. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Students completing the History Program earn an associate degree and become prepared to transfer to a four-year college or university. government or business is available. students may also find it helpful to have an interest in social sciences such as sociology and political science. *Sciences: (Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. HUMANITIES ELECTIVE WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES HISTORY ELECTIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE HISTORICAL RESEARCH. POLSC 1113.E. POLSC 2303. HIST 1623. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog.E. (R). Humanities Electives (6 credit hours) . (R). SOC 1113. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. METHODS. (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) Sophomore 2nd Semester ENGL 1113 Major Courses: (18 Credit Hours): HIST 1613. HIST 2303. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. The History Program may be a good option for students who are well-organized and analytical. MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. SOC 2143. GEOG 2603. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.

*Sciences: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. or ENGL 2543 and ENGL 2653. Mathematics: MATH 1503 (recommended) or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. the ministry. ** Pre-Approved Support Electives must be from the following: HUM. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS GEN ED ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II HUMANITIES-CLASSICAL AND MEDIEVAL AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE HUMANITIES-MODERN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY APPROVED LITERATURE ELECTIVE (PART ONE OF 6-HOUR SURVEY) ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* GEN ED ELECTIVE ART HISTORY SURVEY I ART HISTORY SURVEY II APPROVED LITERATURE ELECTIVE (PART TWO OF 6-HOUR SURVEY) PRE-APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 3 3 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 2 3 3 3 6 3-4 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). Social Sciences: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. Associate degrees in Humanities give students the academic background needed to continue their education at a four-year college or university. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog.General Humanities Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Arts Students who study general humanities learn about the ideals and interests of humankind. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. or ENGL 2423 and ENGL 2433 General Education Courses: (39 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113.S. (R). writing. or PHIL. They probe the cultural history of western civilization and discuss significant developments from classical. ART 1013 or ART 1023. students can pursue career opportunities in teaching. theatre and film.S. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HUM 1113 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 GEN ED ENGL 1213 HUM 2213 POLSC 1113 PSY 1113 SOC 1113 FA GEN HUM 2223 PHIL 1013 ENGL PHYS GEN ED ART 1013 ART 1023 ENGL PRE SUPPORT BIO *** ** **** *** **** MUSIC APPRECIATION U. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.. medieval and modern times. or PHIL prefixes. 126 . HUM 2223Electives: Any 8 credit hours of faculty advisor approved General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (6 Credit Hours) Electives: Six credit hours support electives chosen from HUM. Political Science: POLSC 1113. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ENGL 2543 and ENGL 2653. HUM 1113. **** At least one science course must include a lab component. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Humanities . MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. visual arts. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. ***Students must choose one of the following six-credit-hour sequences: ENGL 2773 and ENGL 2883. or ENGL 2423 and ENGL 2433. Humanities: HUM 2213. ENGL (2123 or above). ENGL (2123 or above). (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W) (R) (R) Sophomore 1st Semester ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) Major Courses: (15 Credit Hours) General Humanities Emphasis: PHIL 1013. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. law. Emphases in literature and philosophy are also available. One of the following six credit hour sequences: ENGL 2773 and ENGL 2883. ENGL 1213. (R). EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. three to four credit hours Physical Science-one of the science courses must include a lab component. Once they graduate. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

Humanities: Six credit hours Humanities Electives. (R) (R) (R) (W). CHEM. (R). teacher. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (9-10 Credit Hours) Any GCOM course. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) Major Courses: (12 Credit Hours) Journalism and Broadcasting: JB 1133. broadcasting and advertising. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Students learn how to interview insightfully. write accurately and edit for clarity. Economics: ECON 2113. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Areas of emphasis are also available in broadcasting. JB 2303. Communications: COM 1123 or COM 2213. JB 2643 ** At least one science course must include a lab component. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. JB 1103. PHYS. Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. speech and public relations. JB 2113. Associate degrees in Journalism and Broadcasting prepare students to transfer to a four-year college or university. *** Major Electives: JB 1013. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. JB 2303. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). JB 2303. Electives: Two courses chosen from the following list: JB 1013. JB 2643 General Education Courses: (37-38 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. JB 2113. ENGL 1213. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.Journalism and Broadcasting/Journalism Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Arts Journalism students focus on the study of writing news for the print media. Political Science: POLSC 1113. three to four credit hours Physical Science-one of the science courses must include a lab component. ELECTIVES (6-7 Credit Hours) Electives of the student’s choosing. author. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. photographer. advertising executive or public relations practitioner. a second language is recommended. JB 2413. JB 2413. (R).S.S. journalism. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. *Sciences: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. Social Sciences: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. career opportunities may be found as a reporter. Courses cover topics such as photography. news commentator.Journalism .. After graduating. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ELECTIVE MAGAZINE FEATURE WRITING ANY GCOM COURSE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 3-4 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). Suggested Freshman 1st Semester PSY 1113 SOC 1113 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 PHYS SC ELEC ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 JB 1133 ECON 2113 BIO HIST 1483 HIST 1493 COM 1123 COM 2213 FA MAJOR HUM ELEC JB 2303 GCOM HUM FA MAJOR *** *** ** ** INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. OR GEOL PREFIXES ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NEWS WRITING PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE U. 127 . EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. JB 1103.

HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE GEN ED ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. Students should identify a faculty advisor to help them choose appropriate coursework. and critical thinking. GEOL or PHYS Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. Sociology. *Sciences: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science chosen with Advisor approval. If a student desires a broad foundation with an interdisciplinary approach. Humanities. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. English courses 2123 and higher. three to four credit hours Physical Science chosen from ASTR. Biological Sciences. Sociology. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. civic responsibility. Economics. (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (24 credit hours) *24 credit hours from courses in the following programs: Art. Physical Sciences. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. Biological Sciences. (R). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. contact a faculty person or the Advising and Career Services Office. Modern Languages. Philosophy. and an appreciation of the arts and sciences that will last a lifetime. History. or technical degree programs can be used to satisfy major requirements or electives. Philosophy. ENGL 1213. Geography. Political Science. Communications. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. writing. The aforementioned skills help to develop independent thinking. CHEM. No course numbers with the same prefix may be duplicated without approval of the appropriate Division Dean. (R). Psychology. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog.. Communications. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 BIO GEN ED ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 PHYS SC HUM GEN ED HUM SOC SC FA MAJOR FA MAJOR *** *** * ** ** * U.S. the ability to adapt to the demands and changes that occur in society and the workplace. Geography. OR GEOL PREFIXES HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED MAJOR ELECTIVE 3 3-4 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 9 15 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). 128 . EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Selected courses need the approval of Academic Advisor. Psychology. No course work in Computer Science. PHYS.Liberal Studies Minimum of 62 Credits Associate in Arts Liberal Studies provides a student with the means to explore a variety of interests in diverse academic disciplines and develop his or her academic and career goals in the process. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. problem solving. and Mathematics General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. *** At least one three-hour course must be taken from a minimum of four different course disciplines (total of 12 credit hours) and an additional 12 credit hours of university parallel courses from the following list: Art. Humanities. For more information. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ** One of the science courses must have a laboratory component. Liberal Studies is not only an excellent preparation for transferring to many university programs but also focuses on developing effective communication skills. (C) Must earn a “C” or better in each major course for graduation. Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. Political Science. Political Science: POLSC 1113. Modern Languages.S. Economics. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Business. History. Physical Sciences and Mathematics. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. CHEM. English courses 2123 and higher. Note that students must earn a C or better in all coursework in the Major Courses.

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 PSY 1113 SOC 1113 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 FA GEN ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 HUM 2213 ENGL FA GEN ENGL HUM 2223 ENGL FA GEN PHYS ENGL ENGL PRE SUPPORT BIO **** ** * ** *** * *** * U. HUM 2223. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Once they graduate. Emphases in general humanities and philosophy are also available. visual arts. writing. (R). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. students gain a solid background in liberal arts. *** Students must choose one of the following six-credit-hour sequences: ENGL 2773 and ENGL 2883. or ENGL 2423 and ENGL 2433. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). The study of literature brings students insight into cultural values and significant experiences that shape the world. and film. Mathematics: MATH 1503 (recommended) or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R) (R) (W). Associate degrees in Humanities give students the academic background needed to continue their education at a four-year college or university. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. *Sciences: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science..one of the science courses must have a lab component. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. **** Pre-Approved Support Electives must be chosen from HUM. or ENGL 2543 and ENGL 2653. Literature students learn about English. and World literature. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Electives: Any 8 credit hours faculty advisor approved General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (6 Credit Hours) Electives: 6 credit hours of electives from HUM. (R) (W) ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Sophomore 1st Semester ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (15 Credit Hours) One of the following six-credit-hour sequences: ENGL 2773 and ENGL 2883. or PHIL. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. or PHIL Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university.Humanities/Literature Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Arts By studying literature. students can pursue career opportunities in teaching. ENGL (2123 or above). Humanities: HUM 2213. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HUMANITIES-CLASSICAL AND MEDIEVAL APPROVED LITERATURE ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE APPROVED LITERATURE ELECTIVE (PART ONE OF 6-HOUR SURVEY) HUMANITIES-MODERN APPROVED LITERATURE ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* APPROVED LITERATURE ELECTIVE (PART TWO OF 6-HOUR SURVEY) APPROVED LITERATURE ELECTIVE PRE-APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3-4 3 3 6 3-4 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). American. the ministry. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Literature . EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. orENGL 2423 and ENGL 2433. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. 9 credit hours Literature electives General Education Courses: (39 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. ENGL 2653 and ENGL 2543.S. theatre. ENGL 1213. (R). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. law. Political Science: POLSC 1113. Social Sciences: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. three to four credit hours Physical Science . See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog.S. ENGL (2123 or above). 9 Credit Hours Literature electives for UCO only: one of nine credit hours must be World Literature I or II and Creative Writing 129 . ** At least one science course must include a lab component.

Manufacturing Technology: PRDT 1223. CAD or MATH # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. the student will gain a general knowledge of manufacturing in areas such as job analysis. PRDT 1233. The Manufacturing Technology Program is designed to allow students to develop the skills and abilities needed to work at the technician level in any manufacturing operation nationwide. * To be chosen from ENGL 1213.Advanced Manufacturing Emphasis Minimum of 63 Credits Associate in Applied Science This program is designed to provide students with the skills. PRDT 1413. All major courses are taught at Francis Tuttle or Moore Norman Technology Center. or COM 2213 ** Support electives should be chosen from courses with the following prefixes: ET. General Education Electives: Six credit hours of general education electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (15 credit hours) Three credit hours of mathematics that meets OCCC’s mathematics proficiency requirements: **Support Electives: Twelve credit hours of support electives Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Major courses are available only at Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Center. and high technology. students will become skilled in electronics. PHYS. ET 2032. PRDT 1534. servicing. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog.S.*** Major courses in this degree are not available on the main campus of Oklahoma City Community College. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. PRDT 2544 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113.*. COM 1123.Manufacturing Technology# . CS. Political Science: POLSC 1113. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. 130 . ENGL 1233. installing. ET 1144 (R) (W) (M) Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) PRDT 1534 Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) (M) PRDT 1223 Major Courses: (29 credit hours) Electronics: ET 1144. standard procedures. Course ID SCL 1001 MATH1 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS SUPPORT GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). PRDT 1542. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. PRDT. training and education necessary to enter into the workforce upon completion of the program. In addition to hands-on experiences. In the Advanced Manufacturing emphasis. *** Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR FLUID POWER PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER INTERFACING GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING 4 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 8 3 4 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). MET. Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education English or communications course. ET 2044.S. troubleshooting and maintaining advanced manufacturing cells. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester ET 1144 ET 2032 PRDT 1223 GEN ED PRDT 1233 POLSC 1113 ET 2044 PRDT 1534 SUPP GEN ED HIST 1483 HIST 1493 PRDT 1413 PRDT 1542 SUPP OSRHE1 PRDT 2544 ** ** * INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING GEN ED ELECTIVE MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ELECTROMECHANICAL DEVICES PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER PROGRAMMING GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE U. The program is offered through cooperative alliances with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. quality control.

setup and programming. (W) AND MET 1013 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MET 1232 MET 1423 MET 1424 GEN ED MATH1 SUPP MET 1433 MET 1434 MAJOR POLSC 1113 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR OSRHE1 SUPP U. The program is offered through cooperative alliances with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. MET 1423. Admission to the technology center and OCCC must be met in order to be eleigable for the credit through OCCC. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. milling. Major courses beginning with MET are available only at Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Center. MET 1424. Political Science: POLSC 1113. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR PRINT READING INTRODUCTION TO MILLING OPERATIONS MILLING OPERATIONS GEN ED ELECTIVE MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE INTRODUCTION TO ENGINE LATHE OPERATIONS ENGINE LATHE OPERATIONS MAJOR ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GEN ED ELECTIVE MAJOR ELECTIVE MAJOR ELECTIVE OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE 3 2 3 4 3 3 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) AND MET 1013 (R). The Precision Machining emphasis prepares students for careers in machine operations such as milling. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) MET 1021 (R) (W) AND MET 1013 (R). the student will gain a general knowledge of manufacturing in areas such as job analysis. Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education three credit hour English or communications course. ten (10) credit hours of major electives General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. Course ID SCL 1001 MET 1021 MET 1013 MET 1112 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ORIENTATION TO MACHINING MACHINE TOOL THEORY PRECISION MEASUREMENT ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 1 3 2 3 Type LIFE SKILLS SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE NONE NONE NONE (R) (W). 131 . MET 1232. # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. training and education to enter the workforce upon completion of the program.Precision Machining Emphasis Minimum of 62 Credits Associate in Applied Science This program is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills. Major courses in this degree are not available on the main campus of Oklahoma City Community College. quality control. standard procedures. MET 1433. MET 1434. In addition to hands-on experiences. precision grinding. The Manufacturing Technology Program is designed to allow students to develop the skills and abilities needed to work at the technician level in any manufacturing operation nationwide. and high technology. production operations. tool making and job planning. *Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.S. MET 1013. routing.*. All major courses are taught at Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (W) AND MET 1013 (R) (W) Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (32 credit hours) MET 1021. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.S.Manufacturing Technology# . MET 1112. General Education Electives: Six credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (11 credit hours) Three credit hours of mathematics that meets OCCC’s mathematics proficiency requirements: Support Electives: Eight credit hours of support electives Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion.

finance. 132 . government and construction. any 2000 level BIO. CS 1143. MATH 2213. (R) (W) (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Political Science: POLSC 1113. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GENERAL BIOLOGY —OR— BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 2000 LEVEL CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING PHYSICS I GEN ED ELECTIVE CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III HUMANITIES ELECTIVE (PHIL 1603 RECOMMENDED) GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3 4 3-4 4 3 3 4 3 4 3 6 3 5 6 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester (R) (W). any 2000 level CHEM. MATH 2000. Mathematicians should have a high degree of reasoning ability and logic and be able to present facts and ideas clearly. At Oklahoma City Community College. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. MATH 1533. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. mathematics students concentrate on algebra. CS 2123. Electives: General Education Electives 12 credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (11 credit hours) Selected from the following approved support courses with at least one course at the 2000 level: MATH 1503. Career opportunities may be found in science. PHYS 1504 or PHYS 1514 (but not both). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. research. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. computer science and business. MATH 2023. GEOL 1114. Course ID SCL 1001 MATH 2104 ENGL 1113 (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 4 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. trigonometry and calculus. engineering. CS 2363. economics. ECON 2123. CHEM 1215. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 BIO 1114 BIO MATH 2214 ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 PHYS 2014 GEN ED MATH 2314 HUM SUPP GEN ED SUPP GEN ED HUM (C) (C) U. MATH 1533 AND MATH 1613 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W). MATH 2413. MATH 2013. any ENGR. analytical geometry.S. MATH 1613. When completing the Mathematics Program. Humanities: Six credit hours (PHIL 1603 recommended). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. MATH 2214 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (12 credit hours) Mathematics: (C) MATH 2104. MATH 2104 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR (R) (W). education.S. engineering. computers. (C) MATH 2314 General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. This is because mathematics plays such a central role in areas such as the physical and social sciences.Mathematics . MATH 2104 (OR AT LEAST 4 HOURS OF CALCULUS) WITHIN THE LAST YEAR OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 2214 Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W). CHEM 1115. CS 2163.General Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science Students who study mathematics have opportunities in many career fields. Sciences: Seven or eight credit hours which include: PHYS 2014. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. any 2000 level PHYS. ECON 2113. students earn associate degrees and become prepared to continue their education at a four-year college or university. (C) MATH 2214. and BIO 1114 or any 2000 level general education BIO course. ENGL 1213. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Course ID SCL 1001 AHP 1013 AOT 1113 MA 1133 BIO 1224 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY COMPUTER KEYBOARDING CLINICAL PROCEDURES I TECHNICAL HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 4 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (W) (R) (M)(W). English: ENGL 1113. Students must be admitted to the Medical Assistant Program before enrollment in major courses. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). MA 1233. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. COREQUISITE: MA 1133. Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education three credit hour English or communications course. MA 2243. admission to the Medical Assistant Program is required. MA 2234. Billing Companies. Medical Assistant (MA) major courses are available only at Francis Tuttle.Medical Assistant# Minimum of 64 Credits Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistants perform highly technical administrative and clinical tasks to promote efficient operations of the medical office and other health care settings. 133 . They may work in the following environments: Physician’s Offices. Special procedures also exist in the Medical Assistant program regarding transfer of credit from other schools and readmission of students previously in the program. MA 1033. AOT 2033. Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers. Metro Tech or Moore Norman Technology Centers*. AHP 1013. MA 2251.S. Hospitals. General Education Electives: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (9 credit hours) Computer Keyboarding: AOT 1113. Moore Norman and Metro Tech Technology Centers. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Insurance Companies. MA 1021. Medical Offices. The Medical Assistant Program is accredited by the American Association of Medical Assistants and Council on Accreditation of Health Education Programs. MA 1133.*. Mathematics: Three credit hours of faculty approved mathematics that meet OCCCís mathematics proficiency requirements. # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Francis Tuttle. Beginning Word Processing Applications: AOT 1713.S. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. COMPLETION OF 33 CREDIT HOURS IN THE MAJOR Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (36 credit hours) BIO 1224. In addition to admission to the College. The application process for the program must be completed at Francis Tuttle. MA 2212. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Medical Receptionists. *Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. AHP 1013 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) AOT 1713 (R) (W) (M). COREQUISITE: AHP 1013 AND BIO 1224 (R) (W) (R) (W). Psychology: PSY 1113. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. and Medical Records. MA 1233 (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R) (W) (M). MA 2516 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) Political Science: POLSC 1113. COREQUISITE: MA 1133 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester AOT 1713 MA 1021 MA 1033 MA 1233 OSRHE FA MATH1 * BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS MEDICAL LAW AND ETHICS MEDICAL INSURANCE CLINICAL PROCEDURES II OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS COURSE FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS MEDICAL CODING PHARMACOLOGY FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANTS MEDICAL INFORMATICS ADMINISTRATION AND MEDICAL OFFICE PROCEDURES MEDICAL ASSISTANT SIMULATION AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT U. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY MEDICAL ASSISTANT EXTERNSHIP GEN ED ELECTIVE 3 3 6 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT Sophomore 1st Semester AOT 2033 MA 2212 MA 2243 MA 2234 MA 2251 POLSC 1113 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 PSY 1113 MA 2516 GEN ED 3 2 3 4 1 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED (R) (W).

CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). motion design. and video production. CS 2433 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113 **Any course that meets Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education requirements for a general education communications course (ENGL 1213. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. interactive media. graphics. CS 2413. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) (R) (M). PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W). 3D modeling. Computer Science: CS 1103(1). CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). * Approved Support Electives must have an ART. Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). traditional graphic design. such as text.S. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. CAT 2533 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M). digital media. (1) Advanced Standing is available 134 . 15 HOURS IN A CAT EMPHASIS Major Courses: (29 credit hours) Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1214.S. The Multimedia emphasis in Computer Aided Technology provides students with a wide range of developing skills such as. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ** Three hours selected from ENGL 1213. video editing and special effects. ENGL 1233. or COM 2213. Mathematics: BUS 1323 or any 1000 level MATH or APPM course. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ENGL 1233. COM 1123. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.Computer-Aided Technology Minimum of 60 Credits Associate in Applied Science Multimedia is the integration of multiple forms of media. CAT 1513. Course ID SCL 1001 CAT 1214 CS 1103 ART 1213 ENGL 1113 (1) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD) INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS FOUNDATIONS I: DESIGN AND COLOR ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 4 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (M) (R) (R) (R) (W). The Program Faculty Advisor must approve other electives. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester BUS 1323 MATH APPM CAT 1513 CAT 2533 CS 1363 OSRHE GEN ED CAT 2633 CS 2143 CS 2413 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ELEC POLSC 1113 CS 2433 CAT 2924 FA SUPPORT ** MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS —OR— ANY 1000 LEVEL MATH OR APPM DIGITAL IMAGING 3D RENDERING AND DESIGN VISUALIZATION MULTIMEDIA OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS COURSE GEN ED ELECTIVE 3D ANIMATION AND SPECIAL EFFECTS DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT U. animation. *Electives: Faculty Approved Support Electives . sound. CS. General Education: 3 hrs general education elective Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Art: ART 1213. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. CS 2143. CAT 2533. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WEB ANIMATION DESIGN PROJECT FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester CS 1103 OR CAT 1413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) (M).6 credit hours Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. (R). web design. ENG 2003. CAT 2924. CAT. interactive or web design. photo editing. Political Science: POLSC 1113. The Multimedia emphasis is an appropriate starting point for students who seek a professional career in graphic arts. This program will allow students to utilize all the tools that drive today’s media and entertainment projects. as well as knowing which kind of creative solution is best for your client. COM 2213). GCOM or MU prefix and must be approved by a Program Faculty Advisor. CAT 2633. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Areas of emphasis are also available in Game Design. The Multimedia emphasis is well-suited for enthusiastic students wishing to obtain a job in this field upon graduation or plan to continue their education at a four year university. and video to inform or entertain the audience. FVP. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. animation. Computer Science: CS 1363.Multimedia Emphasis . Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program. JB. COM 1123. and will prepare students for life as a professional designer.

Computer-Aided Technology Minimum of 37 Credits Certificate of Mastery Multimedia is the integration of multiple forms of media. Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). animation. CS 2413. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W). The Multimedia emphasis is an appropriate starting point for students who seek a professional career in graphic arts. and video to inform or entertain the audience. Computer-Aided Technology: CAT 1214. Areas of emphasis are also available in Game Design. CS 2433. motion design. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: CS 1103 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (W). photo editing. interactive media. web design. Students should seek a faculty advisor early in the program Course ID CAT 1214 CAT 1513 CS 1103 ART 1213 CAT 2533 CS 1363 CS 2413 GCOM 1053 CAT 2633 CS 2143 CS 2433 ART 1183 (1) Course Name COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD) DIGITAL IMAGING INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS FOUNDATIONS I: DESIGN AND COLOR 3D RENDERING AND DESIGN VISUALIZATION MULTIMEDIA WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING: INDESIGN I 3D ANIMATION AND SPECIAL EFFECTS DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING WEB ANIMATION COMPUTER DRAWING: ILLUSTRATOR Credits 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (M) CS 1103 OR CAT 1413 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (R) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). Graphic Communications: GCOM 1053. Computer Science: CS 1103. 3D modeling. video editing and special effects. CAT 2633. graphics. traditional graphic design. CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M). digital media. GCOM 1183 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. CAT 2533. CS 1363. CAT 1513. CS 1363 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Major Courses: (37 credit hours) Art: ART 1213. The Multimedia certificate is also well-suited for enthusiastic amateurs and designers looking to explore this exciting field as a recreational endeavor. as well as knowing which kind of creative solution is best for your client. The Multimedia emphasis in Computer Aided Technology provides students with a wide range of developing skills such as. animation. and will prepare students for life as a professional designer. (1) Advanced Standing is available 135 . sound. CAT 2533 OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (M). This program will allow students to utilize all the tools that drive today’s media and entertainment projects. CS 2143.Multimedia . interactive or web design. such as text. and video production.

or music therapy. composing.S. Music: MU 2123. MU 1224 NONE (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). MU 2141. MU 1224 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MU 1124 MU 1131 MU 2141 MU 1151 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 MUSIC THEORY I CONCERT CHOIR INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION —OR— GROUP INSTRUCTION U. PHYS. three to four credit hours of general education. MU 2314 (R) (W) (M). arranging.Music Minimum of 62 Credits Associate in Arts This comprehensive two-year program prepares the student for transfer to a Baccalaureate degree-granting institution. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. Political Science: POLSC 1113. 136 . WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. applied music and music literature. MU 1131 (Minimum four credit hours). and have a strong interest in the performing arts. ENGL 1213. (R). and the evolution of musical history and form. Biological Science: one of the science courses must include a lab component. students may find career opportunities in such areas as performing.. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. students study performance techniques. keyboard. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. ** At least one science course must include a lab component. MU 1224. (R). self-confident. teaching. MU 2223. MU 1124 NONE (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 4 1 1 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED 3 GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 MU 1224 MU 1131 MU 2141 MU 1151 HUM 1113 POLSC 1113 MU 2314 MU 1131 MU 2141 MU 2123 HUM BIO MU 2414 MU 2223 MU 1131 MU 2141 PHYS SC GEN ED ** * ** ENGLISH COMPOSITION II MUSIC THEORY II CONCERT CHOIR INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION —OR— GROUP INSTRUCTION MUSIC APPRECIATION AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MUSIC THEORY III CONCERT CHOIR INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION MUSIC LITERATURE I HUMANITIES ELECTIVE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MUSIC THEORY IV MUSIC LITERATURE II CONCERT CHOIR INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). music ministry. three credit hours Humanities Electives. Vocal. Electives: Three credit hours General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: None Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. harmony and analysis. *Sciences: Three to four credit hours Physical Science. (R) (W) (M). CHEM. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Humanities: HUM 1113. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MU 1141 or MU 1151. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. MU 1241 or MU 1251. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MU 2123 NONE (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (24 Credit Hours) Music: MU 1124.. Upon completion of their education. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. The music program offers a broad range of courses and activities for students interested in developing skills in music theory and performance. (R) (W) (M) NONE (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). or instrumental skills may be emphasized. OR GEOL PREFIXES GEN ED ELECTIVE 1 3 3 4 1 1 3 3 3-4 4 3 1 1 3-4 3 3 4 1 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (M). An associate degree in Music provides the student with the background necessary for transfer to a four-year college or university and completion of a baccalaureate degree. MU 2414 General Education Courses: (37 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113.S. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. MU 2241. Music students should be creative. In courses such as music theory. (R) (W). EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MU 2314.

CHEM 1115 AND EITHER MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533. HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. **Please note that both CHEM 1115. PHYS 1214. A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1115 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. CHEM 1215. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. CHEM 1215 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GENERAL BIOLOGY NANOTECHNOLOGY LAB II MICRO-ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SYSTEMS NANOTECHNOLOGY PRACTICUM 3 3 5 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore Summer Semester Major Courses: (30 credit hours) NANO 1112. CS 1333. chemistry. characterize. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). MEMS 2233. NANO 2225.S. where materials display novel properties. biochemistry. and software engineering. modeling. This program will provide students with the background in nanotechnology. (R). and simulate the materials developed and used in a broad range of nanotechnology applications. PHYS 1114 (R) (W) (R) (R) (M) (R) (W) (M). Growth in the field of nanotechnology is creating a demand for highly-skilled individuals from a broad range of fields which include physics. and science that they will need to help synthesize. MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. NANO 2125. NANO 1112. PHYS 1214. and PHYS 1114 have prerequisites in science and/or mathematics. PHYS 1214 (R) (W) (M). CS 1333 OR CS 1343 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (M). (R) (W). characterization. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. CS 1343 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. 137 . POLSC 1113. PRE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W). (R) (W) (M). MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R) (W). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. materials science. NANO 2225. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. PHYS 1114. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). MATH 1613. simulation. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. biology. mathematics. Synthesis. NANO 2125 (R) (W) (M). (R). WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR. CHEM 1115.S. NANO 2133 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MATH 2013 CHEM 1115 PHYS 1114 NANO 1112 ENGL 1233 ENGL 1213 MATH 1613 CHEM 1215 PHYS 1214 POLSC 1113 CS 1333 CS 1343 NANO 2125 NANO 2133 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS GENERAL CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE PHYSICS I SURVEY OF NANOTECHNOLOGY REPORT WRITING —OR— ENGLISH COMPOSITION II TRIGONOMETRY GENERAL CHEMISTRY II COLLEGE PHYSICS II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS —OR— SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS NANOTECHNOLOGY LAB 1 NANOMATERIALS AND NANOSTRUCTURES 3 3 4 2 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester 3 3 5 4 3 3 5 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 BIO 1114 NANO 2225 MEMS 2233 NANO 2333 U. NANO 2133. BIO 1113 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (14 credit hours) MATH 2013. NANO 2333 General Education Courses: (19 credit hours) ENGL 1113. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W). COREQUISITE: NANO 2133. ENGL 1233 or ENGL 1213. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Nanotechnology Minimum of 64 Credits Associate in Applied Science Nanotechnology is the science and technology of structuring and controlling matter on a scale ranging from 1 to 100 nanometers. and informatics are fundamental to the manufacture and production of materials and devices created using nanotechnology principles.

HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. depending on individual choices to take many of the following certification examinations: C-Tech Network Cabling Specialist. MATH and TECH.S. Course ID SCL 1001 NT 1114 NT 1113 MATH1 SUPP ELEC ENGL 1113 *** Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE MICROCOMPUTER INSTALLATION AND SERVICE OPERATING SYSTEMS MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY SUPPORT ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 4 3 3 4 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M). ISEC. NT 1113 OPERATING SYSTEMS (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester (R) (W). History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. COM 1123 or COM 2213. * To be chosen from ENGL 1213. # This program is offered through cooperative alliances established with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. NT 1144. CS. CompTIA Linux+. BICSIís Level I and Level II Installers and Cisco Systems CCNA. Novell NetWare. *** APPM 1223 or APPM 1233 or BUS 1323 or any 1000 Mathematics course that meets OCCC mathematics proficiency. **** To be chosen from APPM. Network +. ECS. NT 1164. NT 2114. systems. 8 credit hours of faculty approved major electives General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. Upon completion of this plan of study students may be prepared. CompTIA A+. ENGL 1233. 138 . DBM. MCSE. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Political Science: POLSC 1113. NT 1164 MS WINDOWS PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION AND SUPPORT Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (27 credit hours) NT 1113. Major courses in this degree plan are offered at Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. NT.S. ** Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. The plan of study will give the student the opportunity to learn an array of equipment. CNA. NT 1114 MICROCOMPUTER INSTALLATION AND SERVICE (R) (W) (M). Support Electives: 12 credit hours of electives Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. Communications/English: *Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education communications or English course.Network Technology# Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science This plan of study is offered through cooperative alliances with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers**. Microsoft MCP. NT 1144 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING (R) (W) Freshman 2nd Semester NT 1144 NT 1164 POLSC 1113 OSRHE1 * INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING MS WINDOWS PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION AND SUPPORT AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* MS WINDOWS SERVER INSTALLATION AND SUPPORT GEN ED ELECTIVE **** MAJOR ELECTIVE U. hardware and software. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GEN ED ELECTIVE SUPPORT ELECTIVE 3 3 8 4 4 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester NT 2114 GEN ED MAJOR HIST 1483 HIST 1493 GEN ED SUPP ELEC 4 3 8 MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). General Education Electives: Six credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (15 credit hours) Mathematics: APPM 1223. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. NT 1114. (R) (W) (M). The courses of study will provide knowledge of the latest technical networking trends in the commercial and business market place. Major courses are available only at Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Center.. MCSA.

NUR 1529. ENGL 1113. CHEM 1123 (R) (W). (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1213. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. NE. BIO 1314 (R) (W). COREQUISITES: POLS 1113. Deadlines for applying to the Nursing Program are published in the college academic calendar. NUR 1519. ADMISSION TO THE NURSING PROGRAM. 3343 Peachtree Road. BIO 1023. GA. including probation and suspended sentences. FOUR CREDITS OF COLLEGE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND ANY COLLEGE-LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE (R) (W) (M).Nursing++ Minimum of 74-75 Credits Associate in Applied Science The minimum time period to complete the Nursing Program requirements is five semesters. PSY 2403. PSY 1113. BIO 1414. CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115.S. BIO 1314. CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1113. is offered each semester for anyone interested in nursing as a career. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. BIO 1023. Applications for the Nursing Program. (R) (W) (M). Course ID CHEM 1123 CHEM 1131 CHEM 1115 BIO 1023 NUR 1519 BIO 1314 ENGL 1113 (C) *+(C) (C) (C) * Course Name PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY —AND— PRINCIPLES OF LABORATORY CHEMISTRY —OR— GENERAL CHEMISTRY I INTRODUCTORY NUTRITION NURSING PROCESS I HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 3 1 5 3 9 4 3 Type SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Prerequisites (R) (W) (M) PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: (R) (W). BIO 1314. B. NUR 2539.S. and the minimum requirements may be obtained from the Office of Recruitment and Admissions during application periods for fall or spring admission. HIST 1483 OR HIST 1493. The Nursing Program is approved by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing and is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. COREQUISITES: BIO 1414. BIO 1023. and the opportunity to be a member of the interdisciplinary team providing care in various health care settings. Atlanta. It is the responsibility of each student to provide his/her own transportation to these sites. A. CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. COREQUISITES: BIO 1023. Program graduates are eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. unless a presidential or gubernatorial pardon is received. PSY 1113 (R) (W). BIO 1314. Applicants for Oklahoma licensure must meet all state and federal requirements to hold an Oklahoma license to practice nursing. an introductory course. NUR 1529. 30326. 866-7479965. Oklahoma licensed paramedics and transfer students with nursing course credits. CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS (R) (W). The Associate Degree Nursing Program follows a logical and sequential curriculum to provide the educational experiences necessary for entry into nursing practice as a Registered Nurse. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. PSY 1113. Advanced standing information is available from the Nursing Program for LPNs. PSY 1113. COREQUISITES: ENGL 1213. Suite 500. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. A career in nursing offers challenges. Applicants with one or more felony convictions cannot apply for licensure for at least 5 years after completion of all sentencing terms. NUR 1221: Overview of Nursing. BIO 1414. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Please check with the Nursing Program for additional information. self-satisfaction. PSY 2403 (C) DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 GEN ED (R) (W). information on the application procedure. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED 139 . (R) (W) (R) (W) Suggested Entry Summer Semester Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester NUR 1529 PSY 1113 BIO 1414 ENGL 1213 BIO 2125 *+(C) (C) (C) NURSING PROCESS II INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II MICROBIOLOGY 9 3 4 3 5 MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED SUPPORT Sophomore Summer Semester Sophomore 1st Semester NUR 2539 (C)+ NURSING PROCESS III 9 MAJOR PSY 2403 POLSC 1113 NUR 2549 *(C) DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 3 3 9 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Sophomore 2nd Semester (C)+ NURSING PROCESS IV HIST 1483 HIST 1493 U. BIO 2125. NUR 1519. (R) (W) (M). (R) (R) (W) (M). Students must be accepted into the Nursing Program before they may enroll in major courses. PSY 1113 (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). PSY 2403. BIO 1314. Please note that each major nursing course requires the student to travel to various clinical sites. NUR 1519. BIO 2125. ENGL 1113.

Political Science: POLSC 1113. NUR 2549 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) Psychology: PSY 1113. These courses also have clinical components which require purchase of liability insurance. the Division of Health Professions requires an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) background check with a criminal history search. English: ENGL 1113. that have criminal history. Any break in continuous enrollment will require an additional random test. which include but are not limited to criminal history search and passing the licensure exam. BIO 2125. Graduates of the nursing program must also meet the requirements of the Oklahoma Board of Nursing for licensure. History: HIST 1483 or 1493. a clinical uniform. The student is responsible for payment for both reports. ENGL 1213. Any break in continuous enrollment will require additional OSBI checks and Investigative Background Reports. Psychology: PSY 2403. BIO 1414. without access to identifying information. NUR 2539. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. + All Nursing major courses have pre.Major Courses: (36 credit hours) ++Nursing: *NUR 1519. immunizations and health records. If a student is denied access to clinical sites he/she will be unable to successfully complete the course or the program. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. Clinical agency representative(s) review the reports. Each student must have a random drug test prior to the first clinical assignment. The fee will be paid with the tuition and other fees for the semester in the program where actual clinical assignments begin. *NUR 1529. 140 . A more extensive nationwide Investigative Background Report (IBR) is also required. ++Special Admissions Procedures: Background Checks: Due to clinical agency requirements. and extensive background checks. The facility alone can accept or deny clinical access to a student. * Or successful completion of: A) Transfer requirement: see Nursing Program ** Must be completed prior to the beginning NUR 1519 (C) A grade of “C” must be achieved in all courses required for this degree with the exception of POLSC 1113 and HIST 1483 or 1493 (a grade of “D” is minimum). Random drug tests will be done on a predetermined date. Biological Science: BIO 1314. PSY 2403 Life Skills Courses: (3 credit hour) Biology: BIO 1023 Support Courses: (17 or 18 credit hours) Chemistry: CHEM 1123 and CHEM 1131 or CHEM 1115. Drug Testing: Drug testing is required for all students in the Division of Health Professions. a sex offender search and a violent offender search.and co-requisite courses which are listed with Course Descriptions in this Catalog.

PREREQUISITES FOR BACCALAUREATE TO ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSE ACCELERATED PATHWAY ARE: (R) (W) (M). PREREQUISITES FOR BACCALAUREATE TO ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSE ACCELERATED PATHWAY ARE: NUR 1519. ADMISSION TO THE NURSING PROGRAM. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. BIO 1414. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. HIST 1483 OR HIST 1493 PREREQUISITES FOR BACCALAUREATE TO ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSE ACCELERATED PATHWAY ARE: NUR 1519. 3343 Peachtree Road. BIO 1414. BIO 1314. BIO 2125. Suite 500. ADMISSION TO THE NURSING PROGRAM. The Baccalaureate to Associate Degree Nurse Accelerated Pathway recognizes the previous academic experiences of those with baccalaureate or higher degrees in other disciplines by providing accelerated opportunities for completing nursing major courses. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Applications for the Baccalaureate to Associate Degree Nurse Accelerated Pathway. PSY 1113. and it is the responsibility of each student to provide his/her own means of transportation to these sites. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M).S. ENGL 1213. Atlanta. Course ID ENGL 1113 *(C) Course Name ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 3 Type GEN ED Prerequisites (R) (W). The first nursing major course is taught in the summer academic term with completion of the program the subsequent March. CHEM 1123 (R) (W). ENGL 1113. Students must be formally accepted into the Nursing Program before they can enroll in NUR 1519 and subsequent nursing major courses. BIO 1314. ENGL 1113. Once all prerequisites have been completed. Suggested Entry Summer Semester BIO 1314 CHEM 1123 CHEM 1131 CHEM 1115 *(C) HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY —AND— PRINCIPLES OF LABORATORY CHEMISTRY —OR— GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 4 3 1 5 SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT Suggested Freshman 1st Semester BIO 1023 BIO 1414 ENGL 1213 PSY 1113 PSY 2403 BIO 2125 POLSC 1113 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 NUR 1519 *(C) *(C) *(C) *(C) *(C) *(C) *(C) *(C) *(C) +(C) INTRODUCTORY NUTRITION HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY MICROBIOLOGY AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT U. PSY 1113. PSY 2403. BIO 1314. B. ENGL 1213. (R) (R) (W). BIO 2125.S. BIO 1023. POLS 1113. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Nursing Program . HIST 1483 OR HIST 1493. PSY 2403. Program graduates are eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (M). The Program is approved by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing and is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission.CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. BIO 1414. A. B. Please check with the Nursing Program for additional information. including probation and suspended sentences. ENGL 1113. 30326. unless a presidential or gubernatorial pardon is received. BIO 1314 (R) (W). PSY 1113 (R) (W) (M). AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS (R) (W) (M) PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: (R) (W). It is important to note that the Pathway will be an intense and time-demanding program of study as all nursing major courses include both theory and clinical components. Please note that nursing courses require students to travel to various clinical sites. CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. PSY 1113. NE. POLS 1113. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HIST 1483 OR HIST 1493. FOUR CREDITS OF COLLEGE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND ANY COLLEGE-LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). Deadline for application to the Accelerated Pathway is published in the College Academic Calendar. CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. BIO 2125.Baccalaureate to Associate Degree Nurse Accelerated Pathway++ Minimum of 74-75 Credits Associate in Applied Science This associate degree program is designed to meet the needs of individuals who have previously earned a baccalaureate or higher degree (non-nursing) from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning. information regarding the application procedure. NUR 1529. NOTE: The curriculum was revised (as presented in the following curriculum pattern) and will be applicable for students admitted to the Baccalaureate to Associate Degree Nurse Accelerated Pathway starting in June 2010. COREQUISITES: BIO 1023. Applicants for Oklahoma licensure must meet all state and federal requirements to hold an Oklahoma license to practice nursing. POLS 1113. BIO 1314. 866-747-9965. BIO 1023. A. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR NURSING PROCESS I 3 4 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 9 SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore Summer Semester Sophomore 1st Semester NUR 1529 +(C) NURSING PROCESS II 9 MAJOR NUR 2539 +(C) NURSING PROCESS III 9 MAJOR 141 . Applicants with one or more felony convictions cannot apply for licensure for at least 5 years after completion of all sentencing terms. BIO 1023. PSY 2403. and the minimum requirements may be obtained from the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. the minimum time period to complete the Baccalaureate to Associate Degree Nurse Accelerated Pathway is 10 months. ENGL 1213. GA.

The student is responsible for payment for both reports. Major Courses: (36 credit hours) ++Nursing: +(C)NUR 1519. without access to identifying information. ENGL 1113. +All nursing courses have prerequisites as identified. NUR 1529. Clinical agency representative(s) review the reports. Any break in continuous enrollment will require additional OSBI checks and Investigative Background Reports. POLS 1113. +(C)NUR 1529. (C) A grade of “C” must be achieved in all courses required for this degree with the exception of POLSC 1113 and HIST 1483 or 1493 (a grade of “D” is minimum). CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. BIO 1414. ENGL 1213.Sophomore 2nd Semester NUR 2549 +(C) NURSING PROCESS IV 9 MAJOR PREREQUISITES FOR BACCALAUREATE TO ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSE ACCELERATED PATHWAY ARE: NUR 1519. Drug Testing: Drug testing is required for all students in the Division of Health Professions. PSY 2403 Life Skills Courses: (3 credit hours) Biology: BIO 1023 Support Courses: * (17 or 18 credit hours) Biological Science: Biological Science: BIO 1314. NUR 2539. that have criminal history. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. ++Special Admissions Procedures Required: Background Checks: Due to clinical agency requirements. Random drug tests will be done on a predetermined date. These courses also have clinical components that require purchase of liability insurance. a clinical uniform. a sex offender search and a violent offender search. Chemistry: CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. PSY 1113. which include but are not limited to criminal history search and passing the licensure exam. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. BIO 1023. A more extensive nationwide Investigative Background Report (IBR) is also required. BIO 2125. Each student must have a random drug test prior to the first clinical assignment. 142 . If a student is denied access to clinical sites he/she will be unable to successfully complete the course or the program. English: ENGL 1213. The facility alone can accept or deny clinical access to a student. immunizations and health records. +(C)NUR 2549 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. BIO 2125. BIO 1414. Psychology: PSY 1113. +(C)NUR 2539. the Division of Health Professions requires an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) background check with a criminal history search. Any break in continuous enrollment will require an additional random test. HIST 1483 OR HIST 1493. Political Science: POLSC 1113. Graduates of the nursing program must also meet the requirements of the Oklahoma Board of Nursing for licensure. * All support courses must be completed prior to the beginning of NUR 1519. PSY 2403. BIO 1314. The fee will be paid with the tuition and other fees for the semester in the program where actual clinical assignments begin. and extensive background check.

(R) (W) (M). Suite 500. BIO 1314. information regarding the application procedure. has open admissions for those who meet prerequisite licensure and course requirements. Once Advanced Standing credit requirements are met. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR U. Course ID CHEM 1123 CHEM 1131 CHEM 1115 BIO 1023 BIO 1314 PSY 1113 BIO 1414 ENGL 1113 **(C) **(C) **(C) **(C) **(C) **(C) **(C) **(C) Course Name PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY —AND— PRINCIPLES OF LABORATORY CHEMISTRY —OR— GENERAL CHEMISTRY I INTRODUCTORY NUTRITION HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 3 1 5 3 4 3 4 3 Type SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED Prerequisites (R) (W) (M) PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: (R) (W). HIST 1483 OR HIST 1493.Nursing Program . Applicants for Oklahoma licensure must meet all state and federal requirements to hold an Oklahoma license to practice nursing. providing the required credit hours needed to earn the Associate of Applied Science Degree. LPN OR OKLAHOMA LICENSED PARAMEDIC. PSY 1113. Once all prerequisites have been completed the minimum time period to complete the Nursing Career Ladder Pathway is ten months. BIO 1414. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED . BIO 1314. which is taught in the August intersession. PSY 1113. NUR 2539. NE.00 ($5. Admission into the Pathway is required before enrollment in Nursing Transition II. MEET BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE NURSING CAREER LADDER PATHWAY. PSY 1113. COREQUISITES: POLS 1113. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. PREREQUISITES FOR CAREER LADDER PATHWAY ARE: NUR 1512 (IF REQUIRED). BIO 1314 (R) (W). Applicants with one or more felony convictions cannot apply for licensure for at least 5 years after completion of all sentencing terms. NUR 1512 (UNLESS EXEMPT). BIO 1023. COREQUISITES: PSY 2403. ENGL 1213. Applicants who hold a valid LPN license in good standing. BIO 1023. BIO 2125. (R) (W). It is the responsibility of the student to provide his/her own means of transportation to these sites. Nursing Transition I.S. ENGL 1213. Please note that nursing courses require the student to travel to various clinical sites. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. BIO 1414. CHEM 1123 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEM 1131 PRINCIPLES OF LABORATORY CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 1115 GENERAL CHEMISTRY. and the minimum requirements may be obtained from the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. GA. CHEM 1123 (R) (W). NUR 1532. ENGL 1213. Students must be formally accepted into the Nursing Program’s Career Ladder Pathway before they can enroll in NUR 1532 Nursing Transition II and subsequent major courses. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). BIO 1314. NUR 1532. and graduated from a NLNAC accredited practical nursing program will be exempt from Nursing Transition I. BIO 1023. PSY 1113 (R) (W). Please check with the Nursing Program for additional information. Deadline for applying to the Nursing Career Ladder Pathway is published in the College Academic Calendar. (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). The total fee for Advanced Standing credits at this time is $90. including probation and suspended sentences. CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. 866-747-9965. practice as a LPN. AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS (R) (R) (W) (M). 3343 Peachtree Road. CHEM 1123 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEM 1131 PRINCIPLES OF LABORATORY CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 1115 GENERAL CHEMISTRY. ENGL 1113. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. The Nursing Career Ladder Pathway recognizes the previous educational experiences of licensed practical nurses and Oklahoma licensed paramedics by providing Advanced Standing credit opportunities.S. Program graduates are eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. Applications for the Nursing Career Ladder Pathway. Advanced Standing credit is awarded to those students who have completed the program. (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. PSY 2403. B. BIO 1023. the program lasts approximately ten months with completion in May of the following year. College credits earned may apply toward a bachelor’s degree should the individual decide to continue studies at a four year college or university. CHEM 1123 AND CHEM 1131 OR CHEM 1115. the program follows a logical and sequential curriculum to prepare students for entry into practice as a registered nurse. BIO 1414. FOUR CREDITS OF COLLEGE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND ANY COLLEGE-LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE PREREQUISITES FOR CAREER LADDER PATHWAY ARE: NUR 1512 (IF REQUIRED). ENGL 1113.Nursing Career Ladder Pathway++ Minimum of 74-75 Credits Associate in Applied Science This associate degree program is designed to meet the needs of the currently licensed LPN or Oklahoma licensed paramedic who seeks licensure as a registered nurse. (R) (W) (R) (W) 143 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester NUR 1512 **(C) NURSING TRANSITION I (IF REQUIRED) 2 MAJOR PSY 2403 ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 NUR 1532 (C) (C) DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 3 3 3 2 SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Sophomore Summer Semester (C) NURSING TRANSITION II Sophomore 1st Semester NUR 2539 +(C) NURSING PROCESS III 9 MAJOR BIO 2125 (C) MICROBIOLOGY 5 SUPPORT Sophomore 2nd Semester NUR 2549 +(C) NURSING PROCESS IV 9 MAJOR HIST 1483 HIST 1493 U. A. the first course in the Pathway. BIO 1314. Note that additional tuition and fees are required for all other courses in the program’s curriculum. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Atlanta. ENGL 1113. From the point of entry into Nursing Transition II. The Program is approved by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing and is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. 30326. unless a presidential or gubernatorial pardon is received. BIO 2125.00/credit hour).

Political Science: POLSC 1113. The facility alone can accept or deny clinical access to a student. ** Must be completed prior to NUR 1532. English: ** ENGL 1213. A more extensive nationwide Investigative Background Report (IBR) is also required. 144 . PSY 2403 Life Skills Courses: (3 credit hours) **Biology: BIO 1023 Support Courses: (17 or 18 credit hours) Biological Science: ** BIO 1314. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Advanced Standing: NUR 1519 and NUR 1529 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) **English: ENGL 1113. Psychology: ** PSY 1113. Any break in continuous enrollment will require additional OSBI checks and Investigative Background Reports. ++ Special Admissions Procedures Required: Background Checks: Due to clinical agency requirements. The student is responsible for payment for both reports. Each student must have a random drug test prior to the first clinical assignment. * Acceptance into program requires minimum score of 74% on NLN Acceleration Challenge Exams I for LPNs who graduated from non-NLNAC accredited schools and licensed paramedics OR graduation from NLNAC accredited Practical Nursing program for LPNs. BIO 2125. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. Any break in continuous enrollment will require an additional random test.** BIO 1414. the Division of Health Professions requires an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) background check with a criminal history search.and corequisites which are listed with Course Descriptions in this Catalog. which include but are not limited to criminal history search and passing the licensure exams. Drug Testing: Drug testing is required for all students in the Division of Health Professions. that have criminal history. Clinical agency representative(s) review the reports. Chemistry: CHEM 1123 and CHEM 1131 or CHEM 1115 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. a sex offender search and a violent offender search. immunizations and health records. NUR 1532. The fee will be paid with the tuition and other fees for the semester in the program where actual clinical assignments begin.Major Courses: (36 credit hours) Nursing: NUR 1512 (unless exempt). and extensive background checks. These courses also have clinical components that require purchase of liability insurance. + These nursing courses have pre. If a student is denied access to clinical sites he/she will be unable to successfully complete the course or the program. Graduates of the nursing program must also meet the requirements of the Oklahoma Board of Nursing for licensure. (C) A grade of “C” must be achieved in all courses required for this degree with the exception of POLS 1113 and HIST 1483 or HIST 1493 (a grade of “D” is minimum). Random drug tests will be done on a predetermined date. a clinical uniform. +NUR 2549. without access to identifying information. +NUR 2539.

After successful completion of this exam. OTA 1223. Patience and the ability to work with people are two requirements for students interested in a career as an Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA). BIO 1314.O. Oklahoma requires state licensure based on successful completion of the national exam. OTA 1123. PRE OR COREQUISITE: OTA 2153 (R) (W). During the last semester of the OTA Program. SOC 2143 (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). PRE OR COREQUISITE: OTA 2153. PSY 2403. (405) 848-6841. Course ID BIO 1314 Course Name HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I Credits 4 Type SUPPORT Prerequisites (R) (W) (M).(301) 652-2682. however. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR 145 . MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST (R) (W) Suggested Entry Summer Semester Suggested Freshman 1st Semester SCL 1001 OTA 1112 OTA 1123 OTA 1223 SOC 2143 BIO 1414 ENGL 1113 +(C) +(C) +(C) SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE APPLICATION OF LEISURE OCCUPATION HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY FOUNDATIONS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY HUMAN CONDITIONS IMPACTING OCCUPATION MINORITIES. OTA 1213. ENGL 1233. BIO 1414. OK 73154-0256. OTA 1213. 20877-4150. OTA 1122. ETHNICITY AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 1 2 3 3 3 4 3 SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester OTA 1122 OTA 1213 OTA 1233 OTA 1252 PSY 1113 ENGL 1233 OTA 1242 +(C) +(C) +(C) +(C) +(C) PERFORMANCE IN ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING MOVEMENT AND THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE . the individual will be a certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA). PSY 1113 (R) (R) (W). Fax (301) 869-8492. developmental or emotional limitations learn or re-learn self-care. OTA 1223. OTAs help people who have physical. 4720 Montgomery Lane. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Graduates of the program will be eligible to sit for the National Certification Examination for the Occupational Therapy Assistant administered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT). SOC 2143. Oklahoma City. PRE OR COREQUISITE: OTA 1242. OTA 1123. PRE OR COREQUISITE: OTA 1263 OTA 1242. OTA 1233. OTA 1123. BIO 1414.BIRTH THROUGH ADOLESCENCE GROUP DYNAMICS INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY REPORT WRITING OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SERVICE SKILLS 2 3 3 2 3 3 2 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Freshman Summer Semester PRE OR COREQUISITE: OTA 1252. 12 South Summit Avenue. A felony conviction may affect a graduates’s ability to sit for the NBCOT Certification Examination or attain state licensure. Box 18256. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (301) 990-7979. ENGL 1233. work. OTA 1233. MATH 1503 OTA 1242. SOC 2143.Occupational Therapy Assistant++ Minimum of 72-73 Credits Associate in Applied Science The minimum time period to complete the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program is four semesters. OTA 1223. SOC 2143 OTA 1112. SOC 2143.S. Md. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I OTA 1112. Suite 100. OTA 1122. BIO 1314 (R) (W). OTA 1223. OTA 1263. PSY 2403 OTA 1263 PSY 2403 OTA 2141 OTA 2153 OTA 2164 +(C) +(C) +(C) +(C) OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE . COREQUISITE: OTA 1233 PRE OR COREQUISITE: OTA 1122. OTA 1123 OTA 1112. OTA 1112. PSY 2403 (R) (W). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. most states require licensure to practice. The Occupational Therapy Assistant Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). SOC 2143. Gaithersburg. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. BIO 1414 OTA 1112. PSY 1113 COREQUISITE: OTA 2164. NBCOT. state licenses are usually based on the results of the NBCOT Certification Examination. AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS NONE (R) (W) (M) PRE OR COREQUISITE: OTA 1123 (R) (W) PRE OR COREQUISITE: OTA 1112. MD 20814-3425. HIST 1493 U. OTA 1123. Students must be accepted into the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program before they may enroll in Occupational Therapy Assistant courses. COREQUISITE: OTA 2141. MD. OTA 1213. PRE OR COREQUISITE: OTA 1122. In addition to traditional classroom instruction. OTA 1252. the OTA Program incorporates through the first three semesters (including Summer) Level I Fieldwork experiences in a variety of clinical settings which reinforce in-class instruction. OTA 1123. students participate in two (2) separate Level II Fieldwork placements which are eight (8) weeks a piece. COREQUISITE: OTA 1213 OTA 1112. OTA 1123. 4720 Montgomery Lane. Bethesda.ADULT LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIAL TOPICS AND FIELDWORK OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR PHYSICAL CONDITIONS 3 3 1 3 4 3 3 MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester MATH 1503 CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS SCORE. OTA 1223. In addition. ACOTE at AOTA. OTA 1233. P. (301) 652-2682. Bethesda. Oklahoma State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision. AOTA. and leisure skills. 20824-1220.

OTA 1233. OTA 2153. The facility alone can accept or deny clinical access to a student. MATH 1503. OTA 1223. History: HIST 1493. Sociology: SOC 2143. OTA 2164. Psychology: PSY 1113. OTA 2153.Sophomore 2nd Semester OTA 2143 OTA 2253 OTA 2263 POLSC 1113 +(C) +(C) +(C) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT FIELDWORK II A FIELDWORK II B AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED OTA 2141. The student is responsible for payment for both reports. POLSC 1113 (R) (W) Major Courses: (40 credit hours) ++Occupational Therapy Assistant Program: OTA 1112. OTA 1263. BIO 1414. Each student must have a random drug test prior to the first clinical assignment. that have criminal history. OTA 2141. OTA 1213. The fee will be paid with the tuition and other fees for the semester in the program where actual clinical assignments begin. a clinical uniform (if applicable) and a physical (with completed health packet). Psychology: PSY 2403. (C) This course requires a minimum of a “C” grade. Any break in continuous enrollment will require an additional random test. OTA 1242. without access to identifying information. OTA 2153. Background Checks: Due to clinical agency requirements. COREQUISITE: OTA 2253. MATH 1503. 146 . OTA 1123. If a student is denied access to clinical sites he/she will be unable to successfully complete the course or the program. Political Science: POLSC 1113 Life Skills Courses: Support Courses: (15 credit hours) Biology: BIO 1314. ENGL 1233. Any break in continuous enrollment will require additional OSBI checks and Investigative Background Reports. Random drug tests will be done on a predetermined date. COREQUISITE: OTA 2253 OTA 2141. Drug Testing: Drug testing is required of all students in the Division of Health Professions. OTA 2143. OTA 2153. Life Skills: SCL 1001 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. OTA 2164. OTA 1252. OTA 2253. OTA 1122. Clinical agency representative(s) review the reports. A more extensive nationwide Investigative Background Report (IBR) is also required. OTA 2263 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. MATH 1503. It is required that all OTA students complete Level II Fieldwork within 18 months following completion of academic preparation. OTA 2164. PRE OR COREQUISITE: HIST 1493. Mathematics: MATH 1503. the Division of Health Professions requires an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) background check with both a criminal history search and a sex offender search. OTA 2164. Licensure and the ability to sit for the national certification examination may be approved or denied based on results of the criminal history investigations. ++ Special Admissions Procedures Required + These courses have a clinical component that requires purchase of medical liability insurance. COREQUISITE: OTA 2143 OTA 2141.

HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. Mathematics: Three credit hours of faculty approved mathematics that meet OCCC.S. ORPR 2255. ORPR 1245. 3 credit hour English or communications course. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Orthotic and prosthetic technicians manufacture appropriate devices according to the specific needs of patients with limb loss. ORPR 1135 (R) (W) (M). ORPR 2115. All major and support courses are completed at Francis Tuttle Technology Center as part of the cooperative alliance. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493.*. General Education Electives: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (7 credit hours) Biological Sciences: BIO 1224. ORPR 2255. fitting and manufacturing of artificial limbs). Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general ed. fracture. ORPR 2115. ORPR 1112. ORPR 2313. (R) (R) (W) (M). ORPR 1154. ORPR 1135. ORPR 1112 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). ORPR 1112 (R) (W) (M). Political Science: POLSC 1113. ORPR 1135. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. ORPR 1112. and other orthopedic injuries and diseases. ORPR 1112. Course ID SCL 1001 ORPR 1112 ORPR 1135 FA MATH1 BIO 1224 ORPR 1154 ORPR 1222 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ORTHOTIC AND PROSTHETIC EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS LOWER LIMB ORTHOTICS FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS TECHNICAL HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY SPINAL ORTHOTICS UPPER LIMB ORTHOTICS ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (COMPUTER ASSISTED) Credits 1 2 5 3 4 4 2 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M).s mathematics proficiency requirements. ORPR 1222. ORPR 2335 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113 Comp-Assisted. Psychology: PSY 1113. # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Francis Tuttle. ORPR 1154. ORPR 1135 (R) (W). This program provides students with a comprehensive education in both disciplines of orthotics (designing. fitting and manufacturing of orthopedic braces) and prosthetics (designing. ORPR 1112 Freshman 2nd Semester PSY 1113 ORPR 1245 ORPR 2115 ORPR 2233 OSRHE GEN ED ORPR 2255 ORPR 2313 POLSC 1113 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ORPR 2335 *** * *** INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY CLINICAL ORTHOTICS TRANSTIBIAL PROSTHETICS TRANSRADIAL AND TRANSHUMERAL PROSTHETICS OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS COURSE GEN ED ELECTIVE TRANSFEMORAL PROSTHETICS ADVANCED TRANSTIBIAL PROSTHETICS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT U. The program is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Allied Health Programs (CAAHEP) and the National Commission of Orthotics and Prosthetics Education (NCOPE). Accreditation will give graduates eligibility to take the national registry examinations for technicians by the American Board for Certification.Orthotic and Prosthetic Technician#++ Minimum of 65 Credits Associate in Applied Science Students pursuing this associate degree complete general education courses at Oklahoma City Community College. ORPR 2313 Sophomore Summer Semester Major Courses: (39 credit hours) ORPR 1112. *** Students will be required travel to various clinical and administrative sites. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR CLINICAL PROSTHETICS 3 5 5 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 5 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Freshman Summer Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) (M). It is the responsibility of the student to provide his/her own means of transportation to these sites. or COM 2213 ** Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. ORPR 2115 (R) (W) (M). ORPR 1112. Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. 147 . Providing orthotic and prosthetic care involves the application of clinical and technical processes to meet patient goals of function and mobility. ++ Special Admissions Procedures Required * To be chosen from ENGL 1213. ORPR 1112. ORPR 2115 (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M).S. ORPR 1222 (R) (W) (M). COM 1123. Major courses are available only at Francis Tuttle Technology Center. ORPR 2233. The application process for the program must be completed at Francis Tuttle Technology Center**. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ORPR 2233. ORPR 1112. ENGL 1233.

ORPR 1112 (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). ORPR 1135 (R) (W) (M).Orthotics Technician# Minimum of 22 Credits Certificate of Mastery This program of study prepares students to enter the workforce upon completion of the certificate. The course content was designed to meet the multiple components of designing. 148 . ORPR 1154. fitting and manufacturing of orthopedic devices. ORPR 1112. ORPR 1135 (R) (W) (M). *Pending OSRHE approval # This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Francis Tuttle Technology Center. ORPR 1112. ORPR 1222 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Major Courses: ORPR 1112. ORPR 1135. ORPR 1222. ORPR 1135. ORPR 1112. ORPR 1245 General Education Courses: Life Skills Courses: Support Courses: BIO 1224 Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. ORPR 1154. Course ID ORPR 1112 ORPR 1135 BIO 1224 ORPR 1154 ORPR 1222 ORPR 1245 Course Name ORTHOTIC AND PROSTHETIC EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS LOWER LIMB ORTHOTICS TECHNICAL HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY SPINAL ORTHOTICS UPPER LIMB ORTHOTICS CLINICAL ORTHOTICS Credits 2 5 4 4 2 5 Type MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M).

and many other areas in both the private and public sectors. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR..or four-hour general education biological science course. Humanities: Six hours of Non-PHIL humanities courses. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Associate degrees in humanities give students the academic background needed to continue their education at a four-year college or university. 149 . ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR..S. PHIL 1213.S. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. to careers in teaching. (R). (R) (W).or four-hour physical science course . PHIL 1603. *A three. Philosophy graduates often go on to complete graduate degrees and ultimately. General Education Elective: (8 credit hours) To be chosen only in consultation with a Faculty Advisor Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (9 Credit Hours) Pre-Approved Support Electives Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. on close reading of classic and modern texts. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. In addition. Students who study philosophy begin their participation in an ongoing conversation that began over three thousand years ago about the nature of the universe and the possible meanings of human existence. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Mathematics: MATH 1503 (recommended) or higher. emphases on critical thought. (R). (R) (R) (R) (W) (R) (W). See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. *Science: A three. and on analytical writing make the associate degree in philosophy ideal preparation for many baccalaureate degrees in the liberal arts. writing. ** At least one science course must include a lab component. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. law. Social Science: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493.Philosophy . NOTE: One of the science courses must include a laboratory component. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 PHYS PSY 1113 SOC 1113 POLSC 1113 ENGL 1213 PHIL 1013 PHIL 1603 BIO HUM NON-PHIL PHIL 1213 PHIL FA GEN HIST 1483 HIST 1493 HUM NON-PHIL FA GEN PRE SUPPORT * * ** ** CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ENGLISH COMPOSITION II INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE NON-PHIL HUMANITIES INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS PHILOSOPHY ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE U. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR NON-PHIL HUMANITIES FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE PRE-APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES 3 3 3 9 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 5 3 3-4 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I NONE (R) (W) (R) (W) Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (12 Credit Hours) Philosophy: PHIL 1013.Humanities/Philosophy Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Arts Philosophy is perhaps best described as reasoned discourse. Political Science: POLSC 1113. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. ENGL 1213. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. PHIL three hours elective General Education Courses: (39 Credit Hours) Communications: ENGL 1113.

GCOM 1053 AND GCOM 1223 (R). See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. or MU prefix.S. GCOM 1133. GCOM 2363. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. GCOM 2253. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved.Graphic Communications/Photography/Digital Imaging Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science The student will learn the technology and techniques professionals use in photography and electronic imaging. (B) A grade of “B” or higher must be achieved.. ART. JB. GCOM 1223. (R) (W). GCOM 1153. GCOM 2153. or Any 1000 Mathematics Course. (R). computers. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Career opportunities may be available as a photographer.Photography . WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. GCOM 2153 OR BY EVALUATION Sophomore 2nd Semester (B) (B) APPLIED GRAPHIC ART PORTFOLIO PREPARATION AND PRESENTATION U. GCOM 1153. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR * GEN ED ELECTIVE PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Major Courses: (33 Credit Hours) GCOM 1053. GCOM 2153 OR BY EVALUATION (R). GCOM 2773 OR BY EVALUATION (R). History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. GCOM 2163. General Education Electives (3 credit hours). GCOM 2803 General Education Courses: (18 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. FVP. software and scanners used to produce and manipulate photographs and digital photographic images. (R). ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. GCOM 2153 OR BY EVALUATION (R). GCOM 2773. Consult your faculty advisor for more information. Graphic Communications students who wish to transfer to a four-year institution should enroll in the Visual Arts program for an Associate in Arts degree. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. traditional darkrooms. (R) (R). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Course ID SCL 1001 GCOM 1053 GCOM 1133 GCOM 2773 ENGL 1113 (C) (C) (C) Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING: INDESIGN I INTRODUCTION TO MACINTOSH IMAGE EDITING: PHOTOSHOP I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (R) (R) (W). See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. GCOM 1053 AND GCOM 2323 OR BY EVALUATION (R) (W) (R) (W) (R). Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. *6 credit hours elective courses selected from any GCOM. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Students work with traditional and digital cameras. GCOM 2783. GCOM 1153 OR BY EVALUATION (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester GCOM 1153 GCOM 2783 SUPP APPM 1223 BUS 1323 MATH ENGL 1213 GCOM 2153 POLSC 1113 HUM SUPP GCOM 2163 GCOM 2253 GCOM 2353 GCOM 2803 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 GEN ED GCOM 2363 (C) (C) ** DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY IMAGE EDITING: PHOTOSHOP II GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNICAL CAREERS I —OR— MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS —OR— ANY 1000 LEVEL MATH COURSE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT Freshman 2nd Semester 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester ** GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE PHOTOJOURNALISM ADVERTISING PHOTOGRAPHY (R). MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE.S. 150 . GCOM 1153. GCOM 1153. Political Science: POLSC 1113. BUS 1323. WITH APPROPRIATE PREREQUISITE. Humanities: Any humanities course (3 credit hours) Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (9 credit hours) APPM 1223. CAD. A degree in Photography/Digital Imaging Emphasis will prepare students to enter the job market immediately after graduating. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ENGL 1213. GCOM 2353. photo lab technician or related graphic communications positions in advertising or public relations. prepress technician.

EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. PSY 1113 (R). BIO 2102 PTA 1013.S. COREQUISITE: PTA 1013. The program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Physical Therapy Education which can be found at http://www. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. PTA 2113. (R). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. PTA 1213. PTA 1013. COREQUISITE: PTA 1224. Duties include assisting the physical therapist in implementing treatment programs according to his/her plan of care. PTA 2024 (R) (R) (W). AND BIO 1414 BIO 1314. THE STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED THE FOLLOWING COURSES WITH A “C” OR BETTER TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PRACTICUM I: PTA 1312. Completion of the Associates degree in PTA is required to sit for licensure examination.Physical Therapist Assistant++ Minimum of 69-70 Credits Associate in Applied Science Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) work under the direction of a licensed physical therapist. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W). PTA 1213. COREQUISITE: PTA 1013. PTA 2014. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Graduates are qualified to sit for the licensure examination and eligible to meet the requirements of the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision. PTA 1213. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. COREQUISITE PTA 2014. PTA 2024. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INITIAL PRACTICUM 2 4 4 2 3 3 2 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Freshman Summer Semester Sophomore 1st Semester PTA 1202 PTA 2024 PTA 2113 PSY 1113 ENGL 1233 ENGL 1213 (C) (C) (C) DEVELOPMENT. BIO 2102 (R) (W) (M). PTA 1023. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. PTA 1213. PTA 2014. PTA 1023. PTA 1023. PTA 1112. COREQUISITES: PTA 2024. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. PTA 1202. PTAs teach and monitor exercise and activities of daily living. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. PTA 1213.org. Clinical experiences are in physical therapy departments and clinics. PTA 1213. Course ID BIO 1314 (C) Course Name HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I Credits 4 Type SUPPORT Prerequisites (R) (W) (M). AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS NONE BIO 1314. (R). PTA 1224. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.apta. BIO 2102 PTA 1312. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. PTA AND OTA STUDENTS ONLY (R) (W) (R) (W) THE STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED THE FOLLOWING COURSES WITH A “C” OR BETTER TO PARTICIPATE IN THE INITIAL PRACTICUM: PTA 1013. conduct treatments using special equipment. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. PTA 2113 PTA 1312. BIO 1314 (R) (W). and regularly report to the physical therapist on the patient’s responses and progress. PTA 1023 (R) (W) (M). (R) (W) Suggested Entry Summer Semester Suggested Freshman 1st Semester SCL 1001 PTA 1013 PTA 1023 PTA 1213 BIO 1414 ENGL 1113 (C) (C) (C) (C) SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL THERAPY DYNAMIC HUMAN MOTION PAIN MANAGEMENT AND MASSAGE HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 1 3 3 3 4 3 LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester PTA 1112 PTA 1224 PTA 2014 BIO 2102 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 PTA 1312 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) PATHOLOGY FOR PHYSICAL REHABILITATION THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE I ELECTROTHERAPY AND MODALITIES CLINICAL ANATOMY U. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. BIO 2102 PTA 1013. COREQUISITE: PTA 1202. COREQUISITE PTA 1202. BIO 1414 BIO 1314. administer modalities. PTA 1023. PTA 2113 PTA 1312. PTA 1224. COREQUISITE: PTA 1023. PTA 1112. COREQUISITES: PTA 1112.S. CONDITIONS AND TREATMENT ACROSS THE LIFESPAN THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE II PTA SYSTEMS/PROBLEMS INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY REPORT WRITING —OR— ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 2 4 3 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 2nd Semester PTA 2034 PTA 2134 PSY 2403 APPM 1313 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 POLSC 1113 * (C) (C) PRACTICUM I PRACTICUM II DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY MATHEMATICS FOR HEALTH CAREERS —OR— CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 3 3 4 4 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED 151 . (R) (W). PTA 2034 (R) (W).

occc. that have criminal history. The student is responsible for payment for both reports. ++Special Admissions Procedures Required. The minimum time required to complete this degree is five semesters once the student has been accepted into the Physical Therapist Program. *(APPM 1313) Math for Health Careers is recommended but (MATH 1503) Contemporary Math. without access to identifying information. (C)This course requires a minimum of a “C” grade. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. If a student is denied access to clinical sites he/she will be unable to successfully complete the course or the program. A more extensive nationwide Investigative Background Report (IBR) is also required. PTA 1312.edu/pta for applications. The facility alone can accept or deny clinical access to a student.Major Courses: (38 credit hours) ++Physical Therapist Assistant: PTA 1013. Psychology: PSY 1113. 152 . PTA 2034. PTA 1023. PTA 2113. Any break in continuous enrollment will require an additional random test. Each student must have a random drug test prior to the first clinical assignment. Background Checks: Due to clinical agency requirements. Mathematics: APPM 1313 or MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. PTA 1224. PTA 1112. general education and support courses must be completed prior to enrolling in the final practicum. Random drug tests will be done on a predetermined date. PTA 2024. PSY 2403. BIO 2102. the Division of Health Professions requires an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) background check with both a criminal history search and a sex offender search. will be approved or denied by the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision based on the results of the criminal history investigations. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. ENGL 1213 or 1233. Credentialing: The ability to sit for the licensure exam. Any break in continuous enrollment will require additional OSBI checks and Investigative Background Reports. Drug Testing: Drug testing is required for all students in the Division of Health Professions. PTA 1213. or (MATH 2013) Introduction to Statistics will also be accepted. BIO 1414. NOTE: All major. Political Science: POLSC 1113 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (13 credit hours) Biological Science: BIO 1314. to meet the eligibility requirements to practice as a physical therapist assistant. PTA 2014. (Math 1513) College Algebra. PTA 2134 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. The fee will be paid with the tuition and other fees for the semester in the program where actual clinical assignments begin. PTA 1202. Clinical agency representative(s) review the reports. Please see our web page www.

153 .S. *Biological Science: Three to four credit hours of general education. Humanities: Six credit hours. Through courses in various types of physics. In addition. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R) (W). Mathematics: MATH 2104. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. magnetism. they find job opportunities in education. Social Science: Three credit hours. Mathematics: MATH 2314 General Education Courses: (40-41 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. After graduating.. sound and other physical phenomena. (R) (W). Chemistry: CHEM 1115. BIO 2343. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. CHEM 1115 AND EITHER MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533. private industry and with the aerospace industry. General Education Elective: 2-3 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (8 credit hours) Chemistry: CHEM 1215. as well as in government. (B) A grade of “B” or higher must be achieved. Students who earn associate degrees in science from Oklahoma City Community College are well prepared to continue their studies at a four-year college or university. (R) (W). OR BIO 2404 U. Course ID SCL 1001 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE Credits 1 4 5 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). students investigate dynamics. BIO 1114. ENGL 1213. MATH 2214. MATH 2214 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR (R) (W) Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester PHYS 2114 (B) ENGINEERING PHYSICS II 4 MAJOR MATH 2314 POLSC 1113 BIO SC CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE COURSES: BIO 1113. BIO 2215.S. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester MATH 2104 CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I PLACEMENT TEST SCORE CHEM 1115 ENGL 1113 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I HUM PHYS 2014 MATH 2214 CHEM 1215 ENGL 1213 (B) HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ENGINEERING PHYSICS I CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II GENERAL CHEMISTRY II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 4 4 5 3 GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED (R) (W). BIO 2114. (B)PHYS 2114. MATH 1533 AND MATH 1613 OR ADEQUATE MATH (R) (W). geology and meteorology. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. astronomy. Computer Programming or Engineering: CS 1143 or Faculty Advisor Approved Elective Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR BEGINNING PROGRAMMING —OR— FACULTY APPROVED ENGINEERING ELECTIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE 4 3 3-4 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 2nd Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CS 1143 FA ENGR SOC SC GEN ED 3 3 3 GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR Major Courses: (12 credit hours) Physics: (B)PHYS 2014. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. MATH 2104 (OR AT LEAST 4 HOURS OF CALCULUS) WITHIN THE LAST YEAR OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 2214 (R) (W). MATH 2104 OR EQUIVALENT WITHIN THE LAST YEAR (R) (W). A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1115 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. Political Science: POLSC 1113. BIO 2125. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.Physics . heat. students develop efficient investigative skills and learn to accurately analyze and report their findings. atomic and nuclear physics.Science with Physics Concentration Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science People in the physics concentration focus on the characteristics of matter and energy and their relationship to each other. PHYS 2014 AND MATH 2214 (OR AT LEAST 8 HOURS OF CALCULUS) WITHIN THE LAST YEAR OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 2314 (R) (W).

(R). Political Science: POLSC 1113.. Economics. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. international corporations.G. 2223.S. One of the science courses must include a lab component. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). 2303. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. *Science: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. They are prepared to continue their education at a four-year college or university. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 POLSC 1113 BIO GEOG 2603 ENGL 1213 HIST 1493 POL SCI MATH 1513 MATH 1503 MATH 2013 HUM HUM POL SCI PHYS ECON 2113 POLSC 2613 FA ELEC *** ** ** U. students have a working knowledge of the political nature of our world. History: HIST 1483. Business. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. *** Approved Electives: Any course in the following areas: Accounting. Geography: GEOG 2603. the diplomatic corps. Psychology. Journalism and Broadcasting. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. 2113. and in law and education.Political Science/Pre-Law Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Arts People who like to deal with complex social and political issues may want to consider studying political science. POLSC 1113 AND MUST HAVE COMPLETED AT LEAST 6 HOURS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES (E. After graduating.. Humanities: Six credit hours Humanities. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. With a background in political science. ** At least one science course must include a laboratory component.. national and international levels.. Banking and Finance.. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R) (W). the media. HIST 1493. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. Economics: ECON 2113 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (11 Credit Hours) *Elective: 11 credit hours Approved Elective Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. Computer Science. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ENGL 1213. Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (12 Credit Hours) Political Science: POLSC 2613. History. 2103. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. 2213. nine credit hours Political Science Electives General Education Courses: (37 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. 2003. (R) (W). special interest groups. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. They develop an understanding for how government affects individuals in a society and how other factors affect the government. 2603). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. three to four credit hours Physical Science. Political science students learn about government on the local. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS HUMANITIES ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS SCOPE AND METHODS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester 3 3 3 6 3-4 3 3 11 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT Sophomore 1st Semester (R) (W) (M) (R) (W). Sociology. (R) (W) (R). state. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY ENGLISH COMPOSITION II U. people find career opportunities with government agencies.S. 154 . EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

(R) (W) (R) (W) (M). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. FREN.Science with Biology Concentration Program Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science The Pre-Baccalaureate Nursing curriculum pattern is a variation of the Biology emphasis in Science. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W).S. Biology: BIO 1023 Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Consult receiving institutions. Note: A Human Anatomy course may be required for a baccalaureate nursing degree. BIO 1114 OR CHEM 1115 WITH A “C” OR BETTER.S. Science: CHEM 1115. (R) (W) (M). * Minimum grade of “C” required for all prerequisite and general education courses at OUHSC. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. **Mathematics: MATH 1513 or MATH 2013 . at UCO all BIO and CHEM courses require a minimum grade of “C”. AN ACT SCIENCE SCORE OF 22 OR BETTER. HIGH SCHOOL AP BIOLOGY EXAM SCORE OF 3 OR BETTER. It has the flexibility to allow students to transfer to a four-year college or university under a variety of life or biological sciences degree plans. This curriculum prepares the student who is pursuing a transfer program in nursing. BIO 1113. (R) (W). 155 . and any 5-credit hour GRMN. *** For nursing CS 1103 or any other 3 CH CS. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. AN OCCC BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OF 70% OR BETTER. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. ONE BIOLOGY AND ONE CHEMISTRY COURSE EACH WITH A LABORATORY INCLUDED Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (14 credit hours) Biology: BIO 2125. FOUR CREDITS OF COLLEGE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND ANY COLLEGE-LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE (R) (W) (M) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 CHEM 1115 MATH 2013 U. or SPAN are recommended and may be substituted for any of the support courses. ** MATH 2013 is required for many nursing programs and may be substituted for MATH 1513. Electives: Six credit hours of General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (8 credit hours) *** Chemistry: CHEM 1215 or five hours of foreign language or BIO 2255. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GENERAL CHEMISTRY I INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 3 5 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 HUM BIO 2215 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GENERAL ZOOLOGY 3 3 3 5 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR Sophomore 1st Semester BIO 2125 BIO 1023 HUM SUPP SOC SC BIO 2234 SUPP SOC SC GEN ED MICROBIOLOGY INTRODUCTORY NUTRITION HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE 5 3 3 3 3 4 5 3 3 MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (M). MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R). Humanities: Six credit hours. ENGL 1213. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog.Pre-Baccalaureate Nursing . AHP 1013. Political Science: POLSC 1113. Social Sciences: Six credit hours. BIO 2215. BIO 2234 General Education Courses: (38 credit hours)* English: ENGL 1113. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

(C)CHEM 1215. (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester CHEM 1115 MATH 1513 BIO 2215 (C) GENERAL CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE ALGEBRA GENERAL ZOOLOGY 5 3 5 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 MATH 1613 CHEM 1215 POLSC 1113 HUM CHEM 2114 PHYS 1114 PSY 1113 BIO 2324 BIO 2234 (C) (C) ENGLISH COMPOSITION II TRIGONOMETRY GENERAL CHEMISTRY II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE PHYSICS I INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY —OR— HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 4 3 3 5 3 3 4 4 3 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT (R) (W). WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. This curriculum prepares the student who is pursuing a career in medicine or dentistry. A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1115 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. MATH 1613 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (4 credit hours) Biological Science: BIO 2234 or BIO 2324 Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. Physics: PHYS 1114. (R) (W). Mathematics: MATH 1513. (R).S. Social Sciences: PSY 1113. AN OCCC BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OF 70% OR BETTER. MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. CHEM 2114 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.Pre-Dentistry . (C) CHEM 2124 General Education Courses: (40 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. (R) (R). Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR COLLEGE PHYSICS II HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3 4 3 4 2 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Major Courses: (20 credit hours) (C)CHEM 1115. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R). PHYS 1114 Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester CHEM 2124 CHEM 2122 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 PHYS 1214 HUM (C) (C) ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY U. AN ACT SCIENCE SCORE OF 22 OR BETTER. ONE BIOLOGY AND ONE CHEMISTRY COURSE EACH WITH A LABORATORY INCLUDED (R) (W). 156 . See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. Political Science: POLSC 1113. BIO 1114 OR CHEM 1115 WITH A “C” OR BETTER. (C) Indicates a grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.S.Science with Chemistry Concentration Program Minimum of 65 Credits Associate in Science The Pre-Medicine/Pre-Dentistry curriculum pattern is a variation of the Chemistry emphasis in Science. BIO 2215 OR EQUIVALENT (R) (W) (M). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W). CHEM 2115 WITH A GRDE OF “C” OR BETTER. Biological Science: BIO 2215. PHYS 1214. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. (C)CHEM 2122. PRE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. It has the flexibility to allow students to transfer to four-year institutions under a variety of life science or physical science degree plans in order to complete any remaining prerequisites for admission to a college of dentistry. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. (R) (W) (M). Humanities: Six credit hours. ENGL 1213. (R) (W). (R) (W) CHEM 2114 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. BIO 1113. HIGH SCHOOL AP BIOLOGY EXAM SCORE OF 3 OR BETTER. CHEM 1115 AND EITHER MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (C)CHEM 2114.

SPAN 1115. ENGL 1213. SPAN 1123. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (15 credit hours) CS 1103 (if computer proficiency is not met by other means). Students completing this degree must meet other entrance requirements at their choice of transfer institution. BIO 2404. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R). BIO 2224. Elementary. For Transfer to OU Only Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science The Pre-Education Degree at Oklahoma City Community College is designed for students who plan to transfer to a teacher education degree program at a four-year college or university. It is highly recommended that students seek academic guidance from a faculty advisor and/or a counselor in the Advising and Career Services Office. *** Early Childhood Education majors must take PHIL 1013 rather than GEOG 2603 157 . Geography (3 credit hours): GEOG 2603. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. Faculty Approved science chosen from the following: BIO 2125. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. BIO 2215 (3) List of Faculty Advisor Approved Electives: CS 1103. FREN 1225. MATH 2213 (4) List of Science courses to choose from for the third required course: BIO 2125. BIO 2343. 10 credit hours of modern language (FREN or GRMN or SPAN). or elsewhere should consult the appropriate page in this catalog because each institution has some slight variations in their requirements. The Curriculum Listing and Suggested Course Sequence below should be used by only those students transferring to the University of Oklahoma. GRMN 1115. FREN 1115. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. BIO 2114. BIO 2234. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR COLLEGE ALGEBRA 4 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 HUM 1113 FA BIO SOC 1113 MATH 1503 2 ** ENGLISH COMPOSITION II MUSIC APPRECIATION FACULTY APPROVED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS 3 3 4 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Sophomore 1st Semester COM 2213 ENGL 2123 FA ELEC FA SCI GEOG 2603 FA ELEC POLSC 1113 3 4 *** 3 INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SCIENCE ELECTIVE WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 3 3 9 4 3 6 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (R) Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: None General Education Courses: (45 credit hours) English (6 credit hours): ENGL 1113. PHYS 2014. BIO 2255. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. PHYS 1034. MATH 1513.Early Childhood. (1) List of required Physical Science courses to choose from: CHEM 1115. PHYS 1014. History (3 credit hours): HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. BIO 2404. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. BIO 2255. Mathematics (6 credit hours): MATH 1503. Behavioral Sciences (3 credit hours): SOC 1113 (Special Education majors should take PSY 1113 instead) (Early Childhood majors may take SOC 2213 instead). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (R) (W). PHYS 2014. Political Science: POLSC 1113 (3 credit hours). or PHYS 2114 ** Special Education majors must take PSY 1113 and PSY 2403 rather than SOC 1113. they should plan in advance when to apply foy for admission into the Professional Teacher Education program at the transfer institution. BIO 2343.S. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. any other General Education Elective listed in the front section of the catalog. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Students whose goals include teaching in the fields of Early Childhood. BIO 2324. or PHYS 2114 (some of these courses have pre-requisites). (R) (W) (R) (R) (W). University of Arts and Sciences of Oklahoma. PHYS 1114. Physical Science— CHEM 1115 or CHEM 1123 & CHEM 1131 or PHYS 1014 or PHYS 1034 or PHYS 1114 or PHYS 1504. Faculty Approved Electives chosen from General Education. BIO 2324. Natural Sciences (12 credit hours): Biological Science—BIO 1114 or BIO 2114 or BIO 2215. ENGL 1213 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II Suggested Freshman 1st Semester FA PHYS HIST 1483 HIST 1493 MATH 1513 1 FACULTY APPROVED PHYSICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE U. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university.S. This degree is NOT appropriate for those students planning to teach at the Secondary Level. Communications (3 credit hours): COM 2213. Psychology (for Special Education majors): PSY 2193 or PSY 2403. or PHYS 1504 (2) List of required Biological Science courses to choose from: BIO 1114. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. or GRMN 1225. (R) (W).Pre-Education . BIO 2224. SPAN 1225. or Special Education should complete this degree. Humanities (6 credit hours): HUM 1113 and ENGL 2123 (Early Childhood Education majors must take PHIL 1013 instead of HUM 1113). CHEM 1123 & 1121 (lab). BIO 2234. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. MATH 2213 (pending Board approval). Modern Language: SPAN 1013. Elementary Education. and Special Ed. Students planning to transfer to the University of Central Oklahoma.

Early Childhood. Elementary. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. or SPAN) 158 . Behavioral Sciences (3 credit hours): PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. Elementary Education. List of Electives — Faculty Advisor Approved: (1) Mathematics: MATH 2013. GRMN. (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester PHYS 1064 HIST 1483 MATH 1513 EARTH SCIENCE U. It is highly recommended that students seek academic guidance from a faculty advisor and/or a counselor in the Advising and Career Services Office. 3-6 credit hours of modern language at the conversational level (FREN. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GENERAL BIOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING HUMANITIES ELECTIVE APPROVED LITERATURE ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SCIENCE ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY HUMANITIES ELECTIVE AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W) (R) (R) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: None General Education Courses: General Education Courses: ( 42 credit hours) English (6 credit hours): ENGL 1113. Faculty Approved Electives (12 credit hours): MATH 2023. Faculty Approved science. MATH 2213 (pending board approval). ENGL 2883. Literature (3 credit hours): ENGL 2123 or ENGL 2653 or ENGL 2883. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR COLLEGE ALGEBRA 4 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 HIST 1493 BIO 1114 PSY 1113 SOC 1113 FA MATH COM 2213 HUM ENGL FA MATH FA SCI FA ELEC GEOG 2603 HUM POLSC 1113 FA ELEC 5 2 2 3 1 4 5 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II U. The Curriculum Listing and Suggested Course Sequence below should be used by only those students transferring to the University of Central Oklahoma. ENGL 1213. (R) (W).S. Mathematics (6 credit hours): MATH 1513. TA 1103. MATH 2013 or other Faculty Approved General Education MATH. ENGL 2113 or higher. PHYS 1505. ART 1023. PHYS 1114. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. In addition. or MATH 2213 (2) Humanities: ART 1013. Students completing this degree must meet other entrance requirements at their choice of transfer institution. Students whose goals include teaching in the fields of Early Childhood. Political Science: POLSC 1113 (3 credit hours).Pre-Education . HIST 2223. and Special Ed. For Transfer to UCO Only Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science The Pre-Education Degree at Oklahoma City Community College is designed for students who plan to transfer to a teacher education degree program at a four-year college or university. This degree is NOT appropriate for those students planning to teach at the Secondary Level. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R). GEOL 1114. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Humanities (6 credit hours): chosen from General Education Humanities. HIST 2213. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. History (6 credit hours): HIST 1483 and HIST 1493. CHEM 1215. Natural Sciences (12 credit hours): Biological Science—BIO 1114. MATH 2023. Students planning to transfer to the University of Oklahoma. or Special Education should complete this degree. GRMN. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: Support Courses: (18 credit hours) Geography (3 credit hours): GEOG 2603. HIST 1003 (The Civil War). a “C” or better must be earned for all course work completed for this degree. PHYS 1514 (5) Other Electives: CS 1103.S. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. any course with a HUM or PHIL prefix (3) English: ENGL 2653. PHYS 1214. they should plan in advance when to apply for admission into the teacher education program at the transfer institution. ENGL 2123 (4) Science: CHEM 1115. HIST 2203. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. HIST 1103. or elsewhere should consult the appropriate page in this catalog because each institution has some slight variations in their requirements. or SPAN). University of Arts and Sciences of Oklahoma. CS 1103 (if computer proficiency is not met by other means). 3-6 credit hours of modern language at the conversational level (FREN. Physical Science—PHYS 1064. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). SOC 2213. Communications (3 credit hours): COM 2213.

PSY 2243. PSY 1153. ART 1123 or higher. OR ECON) FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 6 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (R) (R) (W) (R) (W).Early Childhood. JB 1103. Students completing this degree must meet other entrance requirements at their choice of transfer institution. SPAN 1115. or ENGL 2003 (5) Social Studies: PSY. Elementary. MU 1131. ART 1193. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. PSY 1143. PSY 1103. SOC 2163. ECON 2113. PHYS 1214. (USAO requires one hands-on fine arts class (art. SOC 1203. Economics). ART 1123. OR ENGL 2003) SOCIAL STUDIES ELECTIVE (PSY. CHEM 1215. Faculty Approved science chosen from the following: CHEM 1115. The Curriculum Listing and Suggested Course Sequence below should be used by only those students transferring to the University of Science and Art of Oklahoma or other institutions following the same curriculum. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (18 credit hours) Choose from the following: MATH 2013. JB 1133. PSY 2233. ENGL 2003. MATH 1513. (R) (W) (M) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester PHYS 1034 HIST 1483 MATH 1513 GENERAL GEOLOGY U. Students whose goals include teaching in the fields of Early Childhood. ART 2183. MU 1141. ART 1233. Elementary Education.S. MATH 2023. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. SPAN 1123. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. they should plan in advance to apply for admission into the Teacher Education Program at the transfer institution. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. JB or Creative Writing). Students planning to transfer to the University of Oklahoma or University of Central Oklahoma should consult the appropriate page in this catalog because each institution has some slight variations in its requirements. or ECON 159 . ART 2193. PHYS 1514. or Special Education should complete this degree. ECON 2123. It is highly recommended that students seek academic guidance from a faculty advisor and/or a counselor in the Advising and Career Services Office. JB 2303. CHEM 1215. Humanities (6 credit hours): GEOG 2603 and ENGL 2123. a “C” or better must be earned for all course work completed for this degree. PSY 1123. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). PSY 1113. History (3 credit hours): HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. OR one additional social studies class (PSY. GEOL 1114. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Mathematics (6 credit hours): MATH 1503. PHYS 1514 (4) Hands-on fine arts: any ART 1043. PHYS 1505. PHYS 1114. PHYS 1114. SPAN 1115. SPAN 1123. ART 2263. ART 2013. MU 1151. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Behavioral Sciences (3 credit hours): SOC 1113. ENGL 1213 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: None General Education Courses: (42 credit hours) English (6 credit hours): ENGL 1113. SOC. SOC 2023. ART 2143. JB 2233. SOC 2013. and Special Education/For Transfer to University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma and other Institutions Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Science The Pre-Education Degree at Oklahoma City Community College is designed for students who plan to transfer to a teacher education degree program at a four-year college or university. PHYS 1504. MUS. SOC. CS 1103 (if computer proficiency is not met by other means). music. PSY 2743.Pre-Education . JB. (R) (W). This degree is NOT appropriate for those students planning to teach at the Secondary Level. Political Science: POLSC 1113 (3 credit hours). SPAN 1225. SOC 2743. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. In addition. MATH 2213. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR COLLEGE ALGEBRA 4 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 BIO 1114 SOC 1113 FA MATH FA ELEC COM 2213 POLSC 1113 ENGL 2123 FA SCI FA ELEC GEOG 2603 ART SOC ST FA ELEC 4 5 2 3 2 1 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II GENERAL BIOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE FACULTY APPROVED SCIENCE ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED ELECTIVE WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY HANDS-ON FINE ARTS (ART. JB. MU. PSY 2193. PSY 1503. ENGL 1213. SOC 2213. GEOL 1114. Communications (3 credit hours): COM 2213. Natural Sciences (12 credit hours): Biological Science—BIO 1114. SOC. SPAN 1225. (1) List of Faculty Advisor approved required courses: Mathematics: MATH 2013 and/or MATH 2023 (2) List of Faculty Advisor Approved Electives: SPAN 1013. SOC 2063. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. SPAN 1013. SOC 2123. CS 1103 (3) List of Science courses to choose the third required course: CHEM 1115. PHYS 1214. Physical Science—PHYS 1064.

BIO 1113. This curriculum prepares the student who is pursuing a career in medicine or dentistry. BIO 2215 OR EQUIVALENT (R) (W). (C) Indicates a grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. Social Sciences: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. HIGH SCHOOL AP BIOLOGY EXAM SCORE OF 3 OR BETTER. It has the flexibility to allow students to transfer to a four-year college or university under a variety of life science or physical science degree plans in order to complete any remaining prerequisites for admission to a college of medicine. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Admission to the College of Medicine at OUHSC requires a third English course. 160 . Humanities: Six credit hours. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR COLLEGE PHYSICS II HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3 4 3 3 4 4 2 3 3 5 3 3 4 4 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R) (W). Mathematics: MATH 1513. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. CHEM 2114 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W).Pre-Medicine . A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1115 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R). See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.S. WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR. (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester CHEM 1115 MATH 1513 BIO 2215 (C) GENERAL CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE ALGEBRA GENERAL ZOOLOGY 5 3 5 MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 MATH 1613 CHEM 1215 POLSC 1113 HUM CHEM 2114 PHYS 1114 PSY 1113 SOC 1113 BIO 2324 CHEM 2124 CHEM 2122 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 PHYS 1214 HUM (C) (C) (C) (C) ENGLISH COMPOSITION II TRIGONOMETRY GENERAL CHEMISTRY II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE PHYSICS I INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY U. Political Science: POLSC 1113. (C)CHEM 2124 General Education Courses: (40 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. (R) (W) CHEM 2114 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. (R) (R) (R). PHYS 1114 Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (20 credit hours) (C)CHEM 1115. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ENGL 1213. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II.Science with Chemistry Concentration Program Minimum of 65 Credits Associate in Science The Pre-Medicine/Pre-Dentistry curriculum pattern is a variation of the Chemistry emphasis in Science. (R) (W) (M). (C)CHEM 2114. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). PHYS 1214. MATH 1613 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (4 credit hours) Biological Science: BIO 2324 Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. CHEM 1215 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. AN ACT SCIENCE SCORE OF 22 OR BETTER. Biological Science: BIO 2215. AN OCCC BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OF 70% OR BETTER.S. CHEM 1115 AND EITHER MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533. (R) (W). (C)CHEM 1215. PRE OR COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W). Physics: PHYS 1114. (R). (R) (W). BIO 1114 OR CHEM 1115 WITH A “C” OR BETTER. (C)CHEM 2122.

Humanities: Six credit hours. (C) Indicates a grade of “C” or higher must be achieved. This curriculum prepares the student who is pursuing a career in pharmacy. BIO 1113. (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). AN OCCC BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OF 70% OR BETTER. *Admission to the College of Pharmacy at OUHSC also requires a human physiology course such as BIO 2234.Science with Chemistry Concentration Program Minimum of 65 Credits Associate in Science The Pre-Pharmacy curriculum pattern is a variation of the Chemistry emphasis in Science. (C)CHEM 2122. Biological Science: BIO 2215. Economics: ECON 2113 or ECON 2123 Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 1513 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE (R) (W). (C)CHEM 1215. (R). CHEM 1215 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. Students seeking admission to the College of Pharmacy at OUHSC will also need a human anatomy course (BIO 2255).S.S. ENGL 1213. (R) (W) CHEM 2114 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS OR EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR. speech (COM 2213). WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W). FOUR CREDITS OF COLLEGE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND ANY COLLEGE-LEVEL CHEMISTRY COURSE (R) (W). Mathematics: MATH 1513. Social Sciences: PSY 1113. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 1743 Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (8 credit hours) Biological Science: BIO 2125*. (C)CHEM 2124 General Education Courses: (39 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. AND SOCIAL SCIENCES GENERAL CHEMISTRY II INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE PHYSICS I AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MICROBIOLOGY 3 3 5 3 3 4 4 3 5 GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT (R) (W). Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). MATH 1513 OR HIGHER OR APPM 1223. BIO 1114 OR CHEM 1115 WITH A “C” OR BETTER. (C)CHEM 2114. LIFE SCIENCES. CHEM 2114 WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER. Economics: ECON 2113 or ECON 2123. AN ACT SCIENCE SCORE OF 22 OR BETTER. (R) (W) (M). 161 . Physics: PHYS 1114. Since admission requirements vary among different colleges of pharmacy. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533 OR BOTH MATH 0123 AND HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY OR CHEM 0123 OR CHEM 1123 (R). Political Science: POLSC 1113. the student should meet with an advisor early in his or her academic career to develop a plan for meeting prerequisites for admission to a college of pharmacy. (R) (W). genetics (BIO 2343). A GRADE OF “C” OR BETTER IN CHEM 1115 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. cell biology (BIO 2203). History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493.Pre-Pharmacy . HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS —OR— PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3 3 3 4 2 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Major Courses: (15 credit hours) (C)CHEM 1115. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. CHEM 1115 AND EITHER MATH 1513 OR MATH 1533. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester CHEM 2124 CHEM 2122 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ECON 2113 ECON 2123 HUM (C) (C) ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY U. (R) (W). (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester CHEM 1115 MATH 1513 BIO 2215 (C) GENERAL CHEMISTRY I COLLEGE ALGEBRA GENERAL ZOOLOGY 5 3 5 MAJOR GEN ED MAJOR Freshman 2nd Semester ENGL 1213 MATH 1743 CHEM 1215 PSY 1113 HUM CHEM 2114 PHYS 1114 POLSC 1113 BIO 2125 * (C) (C) ENGLISH COMPOSITION II CALCULUS I FOR BUSINESS. and a biochemistry course (not currently offered at OCCC). HIGH SCHOOL AP BIOLOGY EXAM SCORE OF 3 OR BETTER.

ORPR 2115 (R) (W) (M). fitting and manufacturing artificial limbs. ORPR 2313. 162 . ORPR 1112 (R) (W) (M). ORPR 1112 (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). ORPR 2115 (R) (W) (M). ORPR 1112. ORPR 2115. ORPR 1112. ORPR 2255. *Pending OSRHE approval This program is offered through a cooperative alliance established with Francis Tuttle Technology Center. ORPR 1112. The course content was designed to meet the multiple components of designing. ORPR 2313 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester Major Courses: ORPR 1112. ORPR 2255.Prosthetics Technician Minimum of 27 Credits Certificate of Mastery This program of student prepares students to enter the workforce upon completion of the certificate. ORPR 2233. ORPR 2115. Course ID ORPR 1112 ORPR 2115 ORPR 2233 BIO 1224 ORPR 2255 ORPR 2313 ORPR 2335 Course Name ORTHOTIC AND PROSTHETIC EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS TRANSTIBIAL PROSTHETICS TRANSRADIAL AND TRANSHUMERAL PROSTHETICS TECHNICAL HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY TRANSFEMORAL PROSTHETICS ADVANCED TRANSTIBIAL PROSTHETICS CLINICAL PROSTHETICS Credits 2 5 3 4 5 3 5 Type MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR Prerequisites (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (M). ORPR 2233. ORPR 2335 General Education Courses: Life Skills Courses: Support Courses: BIO 1224 Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate.

HIST.. Social Sciences: SOC 1113. POLSC. PSY 1113 (R) (W). PHIL. PHYS. Psychology students probe into how the human brain organizes and interprets information and how that interpretation affects the senses. perceptions and general well-being of a person. HUM.S. PSY 2193. ENGL 1213. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. MATH. ENGL. BIO. *Sciences: General education Biological Science. *twelve credit hours of psychology electives. CS.COM. SOC and any foreign language course. families and individuals behave and why they behave as they do. Political Science: POLSC 1113. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. CHEM. or PSY 2743. three credit hours of social science electives. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. MU. PSY. education. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. personnel or sales. which must include PSY 2403 and two of the following: PSY 2123. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 3 3 3-4 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester PSY 2403 ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 PHYS GEN ED PSY SOC 1113 HUM FA SUPPORT PSY HUM FA SUPPORT SOC SC ** ** DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* GEN ED ELECTIVE PSYCHOLOGY ELECTIVE INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY HUMANITIES ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES PSYCHOLOGY ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3-4 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED (R) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (15 credit hours) Psychology: PSY 1113. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. ART. private practice. CD. Mathematics: MATH 1513 or MATH 1503 or MATH 2013. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (8 credit hours) Support courses selected from: AHP.. Course ID SCL 1001 PSY 1113 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (R) (W). ** At least one science course must include a laboratory component. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog. (R) (W). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. Humanities: Six credit hours of humanities electives. MGMT. Career opportunities are available in counseling.Psychology Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Arts Psychology is the broad-based study of the complexities of human behavior dealing with how organizations. (R) (W). Other courses by approval of program advisor. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R). General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. 163 . research. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R).S. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. General Education Electives: Three credit hours of electives. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. People suited for a career in psychology are interested in human behavior. By completing the Psychology Program students earn an associate degree and prepare for transferring to a four-year college or university. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. and Physical Science (at least one must have a lab). (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester HIST 1483 HIST 1493 BIO MATH 1513 MATH 1503 MATH 2013 ** U..

Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. JB 2413. Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (7-8 Credit Hours) GCOM 1143 or GCOM 2773. CHEM. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W). *At least one science course must include a laboratory component. Students learn broadcasting production. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. OR GEOL PREFIXES ELECTIVE 3 3 3-4 3 3 3-4 4-5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester (R) (W) Major Courses: (12 Credit Hours) Journalism and Broadcasting: JB 1103. Areas of emphasis are also available in broadcasting. broadcasting or advertising. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. ENGL 1213. (R). and the advertising and marketing appeals utilized in public relations campaigns. (R) (R) (R) (W). *Sciences: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science. COM 2213.one of the science courses must include a lab component. JB 1133. Economics: ECON 2113. journalism and speech. 164 . PHYS. JB 2643 General Education Courses: (40-41 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113. MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. writing and speaking skills and strategies. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC RELATIONS BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY I —OR— IMAGE EDITING: PHOTOSHOP I HUMANITIES ELECTIVE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE VIDEO PRODUCTION HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). product or company.S. specifically radio. After graduating. Associate degrees in Journalism and Broadcasting prepare students to transfer to a four-year college or university. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. students may find career opportunities in teaching.Journalism and Broadcasting/Public Relations Emphasis Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Arts Public relations students learn about the management of information techniques used to establish and maintain a positive public image for an individual. (R). ELECTIVES (4-5 Credit Hours) Electives: Four to five credit hours Free Electives Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.Public Relations . ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. three to four credit hours Physical Science . television and multimedia techniques. (R) (W) (M) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester PSY 1113 SOC 1113 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 COM 1123 JB 1103 ENGL 1213 ECON 2113 POLSC 1113 JB 1133 COM 2213 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 JB 2413 GCOM 1143 GCOM 2773 HUM BIO JB 2643 HUM PHYS SC ELEC * * INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS AUDIO PRODUCTION ENGLISH COMPOSITION II PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NEWS WRITING INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING U. Political Science: POLSC 1113.S. Humanities: Six credit hours Humanities Electives. Communications: COM 1123. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. Social Sciences: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113. or as a consultant or a public relations practitioner. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.

Major courses are available only at Francis Tuttle Technology Center. RC 1223. General Education Electives: three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (7 credit hours) Biological Sciences: BIO 1314 or BIO 1224. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR GEN ED ELECTIVE RESPIRATORY THERAPY SEMINAR CLINICAL EXPERIENCE II ADVANCED RESPIRATORY CARE/PATIENT MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS OR ENGLISH COURSE* 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 2 4 2 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED RC 1124. All major courses are completed at Francis Tuttle Technology Center as part of the cooperative alliance. RC 2124. admission to the Associate of Applied Science in Respiratory Care degree program is required. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Course ID SCL 1001 RC 1041 RC 1033 APPM 1223 MATH 1513 BIO 1224 BIO 1314 RC 1114 RC 1021 RC 1124 RC 1142 RC 1312 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL APPLICATION RESPIRATORY CARE SCIENCES MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNICAL CAREERS I —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA TECHNICAL HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY —OR— HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I —OR— RESPIRATORY THERAPY PROCEDURES I AND LAB MEDICAL ETHICS RESPIRATORY THERAPY PROCEDURES II AND LAB RESPIRATORY PHARMACOLOGY CARDIOPULMONARY ANATOMY. RC 1312. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR APPM 1223 NONE (R) (W). RC 1312. RC 1223. RC 2412. Psychology: PSY 1113. laboratories. RC 1142. RC 1253. RC 1244. RC 2212. In addition to admission to the College. 165 . History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. RC 1253 (R) (W) (R) (W) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester 3 SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT 4 1 4 2 2 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Freshman Summer Semester RC 2212 RC 2124 RC 2312 RC 1223 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 GEN ED RC 2512 RC 2412 RC 2613 PSY 1113 POLSC 1113 OSRHE1 * PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTING AND BRONCHOSCOPY CRITICAL CARE RESPIRATORY THERAPY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE I PEDIATRIC AND NEONATAL RESPIRATORY CARE U. COM 1123. RC 1223 (R) (W) (M). AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS (R) (W) (M) COREQUISITE: RC 1033. MATH 0033 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. (R) (W) (M) RC 1124. RC 1244. # A cooperative agreement has been established with Francis Tuttle Technology Center. The application process for the program must be completed at Francis Tuttle Technology Center. nursing homes. RC 1312 (R) (W) (M) RC 1124. RC 2613 General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) Political Science: POLSC 1113. RC 2512. RC 1253 (R) (W) (M) RC 2124. Respiratory Care Therapists work under the supervision of a physician to deliver direct patient care in hospitals. (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). RC 1114 RC 1312. RC 2213 (R) (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: (42 credit hours) RC 1021. EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.S. RC 2124.S. RC 1142. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.Respiratory Care Therapist#++ Minimum of 68 Credits Associate in Applied Science This associate degree program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following completion of the program. skilled nursing facilities.** Students must be admitted to the Respiratory Care program before enrollment in major courses. RC 1142. ADMISSION TO RESPIRATORY THERAPY PROGRAM RC 1041. RC 1021 (R) (W) (M) COREQUISITE: MATH 1513 OR APPM 1223 (R). RC 1312. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. Performance of respiratory care in Oklahoma requires state licensure. RC 1124. RC 1124. ENGL 1233. RC 1312 (R) (W) (M) RC 2212 (R) (W) (M). EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (COMPUTER ASSISTED) Credits 1 1 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT Prerequisites NONE (R) COREQUISITE: RC 1114. RC 1244. Therapies are directed toward the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory and cardiac diseases and often involve the use of sophisticated equipment. Mathematics: MATH 1513 or APPM 1223 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. RC 1253. BIO 1314 OR BIO 1224. English: ENGL 1113 Computer-Assisted. MATH 1513 OR MATH 1223 (R). Students pursuing this associate degree complete general education and support courses at Oklahoma City Community College. * To be chosen from ENGL 1213. Eligibility for licensure as a Registered Respiratory Therapist is determined by the State Board of Medical Examiners. RC 1142. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. or COM 2213 ** Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there. RC 1114. RC 1253. (R).*. ++ Special Admissions Procedures Required. doctors’ offices and homes. Any Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved general education three credit hour English or communications course. RC 1041. MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE. RC 2312. RC 1033.

Sociology
Minimum of 62 Credits

Associate in Arts

An interest in people is critical for students who want to study sociology because sociology is the study of people and how they behave in social environments. Sociology students discover why people need the company of other human beings. They also learn why some groups get along with everyone while others do not get along at all. Topics such as social problems, crime, delinquency, marriage, cultural anthropology-the study of different cultures, and family relationships are examined in sociology courses. A degree in sociology prepares students to continue their education at a four-year college or university and to pursue careers in social program development, research, education, human services, human resources, counseling, city planning and social services. Course ID
SCL 1001 SOC 1113 ENGL 1113

Course Name
SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Credits
1 3 3

Type
LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED

Prerequisites
NONE (R) (R) (W), ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II, EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R (W), SOC 1113 (R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (R) (W), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

HIST 1483 HIST 1493 BIO PSY 1113 SOC 2023 ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 SOC SOC PHYS HUM SUPP SUPP SOC 2903 HUM GEN ED ** **

U.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.S. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY SOCIAL PROBLEMS ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS SOCIOLOGY ELECTIVE SOCIOLOGY ELECTIVE ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE SOCIOLOGY SEMINAR HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3-4 3 6 3 3 3 6 3 3-4 3 3 3 3

GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED

Freshman 2nd Semester

Sophomore 1st Semester

Sophomore 2nd Semester
(W) 12 CREDIT HOURS OF SOCIOLOGY WHICH MUST INCLUDE SOC 1113 AND SOC 2023

Major Courses: (15 credit hours) Sociology: SOC 1113; SOC 2023; SOC 2903. Six credit hours of Sociology electives, (i.e. any other SOC category courses) General Education Courses: (37 credit hours) English: ENGL 1113; ENGL 1213; History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493; Political Science: POLSC 1113; Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013; Psychology: PSY 1113 ; Sciences: Three or four credit hours of general education biological sciences; three or four credit hours of physical science-one of the science courses must include a lab component; Humanities: Six credit hours of Humanities courses.; General Education Electives: Six credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (9 credit hours) All courses within the following categories: CD, ENGL, CS, ECON, GER, HIST, HUM, PHIL, POLSC, PSY, SOC. Any foreign language or credited sign language course. Additional courses may be substituted with approval of advisor. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog.. ** At least one science course must include a laboratory component.

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Spanish - Modern Languages: Spanish Emphasis (AA)
Minimum of 61Credits

Associate in Arts

Students who study Spanish will learn one of the most widely-spoken languages in the world. In addition to learning to understand, speak, read, and write Spanish, students will gain understanding of the cultures of the Hispanic peoples of the world, including the millions who reside in the United States. An associate degree in Modern Languages gives the student the background needed to transfer to a four-year college or university. After graduating, language students may find career opportunities in teaching, travel, broadcasting, translating, law enforcement, international business or social service. Another area of emphasis available is French. Course ID
SCL 1001 SPAN 1115 ENGL 1113

Course Name
SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Credits
1 5 3

Type
LIFE SKILLS MAJOR GEN ED

Prerequisites
NONE (R) (W) (R) (W), ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II, EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

BIO SUPP SPAN 1225 ENGL 1213 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 GEN ED SPAN 2113 POLSC 1113 HUM HIST 1483 HIST 1493 ENGL 2123 SPAN 2223 PHYS SC HUM GEN ED SUPP

**

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE * GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE ELEMENTARY SPANISH II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS GEN ED ELECTIVE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE U.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.S. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE —OR HIGHER LIT ELECTIVE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II

3-4 3 5 3

GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R), SPAN 1115 OR BY EVALUATION (R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

Freshman 2nd Semester

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 4

GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT

Sophomore 1st Semester
(R), SPAN 1225 OR BY EVALUATION (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W), ENGL 1213 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II (R), SPAN 2113 OR BY EVALUATION

Sophomore 2nd Semester
** ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR, PHYS, CHEM, OR GEOL PREFIXES HUMANITIES ELECTIVE * GEN ED ELECTIVE GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE

Major Courses: (16 Credit Hours) Spanish: SPAN 1115; SPAN 1225; SPAN 2113; SPAN 2223 General Education Courses: (37 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113; ENGL 1213; History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493; Political Science: POLSC 1113; Humanities: Six credit hours Humanities Electives; *Sciences: Three to four credit hours Biological Science; three to four credit hours Physical Science-one of the science courses must include a lab component.; Literature: Any ENGL course 2123 or higher; Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013; Electives: Six credit hours General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (7 Credit Hours) Electives: Choose seven credit hours of electives from SPAN, GRMN, FREN, COM, ENGL, HUM, WL categories. Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog.. ** At least one science course must have a lab component.

167

Spanish - Modern Languages: Spanish Emphasis (Certificate: Conversational)
Minimum of 21 credits

Certificate of Mastery: Conversational Track

The Certificate of Mastery program is designed for students who wish to develop a working proficiency in Spanish for a variety of goals, including personal development, career opportunities, and travel. Those who earn this certificate will be able to communicate, orally and in writing, with native speakers of Spanish, and will demonstrate the cultural competence necessary to function within the diverse cultures of the Hispanic world. In order to provide options for different student goals, we offer two curricular tracks for the Certificate of Mastery. Students who choose the Conversational Track will focus on oral language skills and development of cultural competence. This track will require an International Study course, which will provide authentic language and cultural experiences. This Certificate of Mastery gives the student the background in Spanish to find a career in teaching, travel, broadcasting, translating, law enforcement, international business or social service. All courses in the Certificate of Mastery can be applied toward the Associate in Arts Degree in Modern Languages: Spanish Emphasis. Students who plan to pursue a degree after completing the certificate should work with their faculty advisor. Course ID
SPAN 1010 SPAN 1120 SPAN 1225 SPAN 2010 SPAN 2113 SPAN 1150 SPAN 2060 SPAN 2223 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)

Course Name
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH I CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH II ELEMENTARY SPANISH II CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH III —OR— INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I SPANISH IMMERSION I INTERNATIONAL STUDY II INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II

Credits
3 3 5

Type
MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR

Prerequisites
(R) (W) (R), SPAN 1010 OR 1115 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1115 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1120 OR 1225 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1225 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1010 OR 1115 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1120 OR 1225 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 2113 OR BY EVALUATION

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester
3 1 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR

Sophomore 2nd Semester

Major Courses: (21 credit hours) SPAN 1010, 1120, 1225, 2010 or 2113, 2050, 2223, 2060 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved.

168

Spanish - Modern Languages: Spanish Emphasis (Certificate: Traditional)
Minimum of 21 Credits

Certificate of Mastery: Traditional Track

The Certificate of Mastery program is designed for students who wish to develop a working proficiency in Spanish for a variety of goals, including personal development, career opportunities, and travel. Those who earn this certificate will be able to communicate, orally and in writing, with native speakers of Spanish, and will demonstrate the cultural competence necessary to function within the diverse cultures of the Hispanic world. In order to provide options for different student goals, we offer two curricular tracks for the Certificate of Mastery. Students who choose the Traditional Track will focus on the development of oral and written skills, with a strong emphasis on the structure of the language. The requirement of two credits of Spanish Immersion will provide practical language experience in a local setting. This Certificate of Mastery gives the student the background in Spanish to find a career in teaching, travel, broadcasting, translating, law enforcement, international business or social service. All courses in the Certificate of Mastery can be applied toward the Associate in Arts Degree in Modern Languages: Spanish Emphasis. Students who plan to pursue a degree after completing the certificate should work with their faculty advisor. Course ID
SPAN 1115 SPAN 1225 SPAN 1120 SPAN 2010 SPAN 2113 SPAN 1150 SPAN 2223 SPAN 2050 (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)

Course Name
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I ELEMENTARY SPANISH II CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH II CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH III —OR— INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I SPANISH IMMERSION I INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II SPANISH IMMERSION II

Credits
5 5 3

Type
MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR

Prerequisites
(R) (W) (R), SPAN 1115 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1010 OR 1115 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1120 OR 1225 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1225 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1010 OR 1115 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 2113 OR BY EVALUATION (R), SPAN 1120 OR 1225 OR BY EVALUATION

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester

Sophomore 1st Semester
3 1 3 1 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR

Sophomore 2nd Semester

Major Courses: (21 credit hours) SPAN 1115, 1120, 1225, 2010 or 2113, 1150, 2223, 2050 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: None Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate. (C) A grade of C or higher must be achieved.

169

Speech - Journalism and Broadcasting/Speech Emphasis
Minimum of 61 Credits

Associate in Arts

Speech students develop commanding formal and informal communication skills. Students develop techniques for gathering information and making dynamic presentations. Public address, interpersonal communications and oral interpretation are the major courses designed to develop the student’s total understanding of audiences, speaking skills and presentations. Associate degrees in Broadcasting and Journalism prepare students to transfer to a four-year college or university. After graduating, students may find career opportunities in teaching, public service, broadcasting, business management, or the ministry. Areas of emphasis are also available in broadcasting, journalism and public relations. Course ID
SCL 1001 ENGL 1113

Course Name
SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Credits
1 3

Type
LIFE SKILLS GEN ED

Prerequisites
NONE (R) (W), ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II, EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (R) (R) (W), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R)

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

PSY 1113 SOC 1113 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 TA 1133 HUM ENGL 1213 COM 1123 POLSC 1113 TA 1103 BIO HIST 1483 HIST 1493 TA 2233 ELEC HUM PHYS SC ** **

INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY —OR— INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS VOICE AND SPEECH IMPROVEMENT HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ENGLISH COMPOSITION II INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE U.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.S. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ACTING FOR THE CAMERA ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR, PHYS, CHEM, OR GEOL PREFIXES INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE ELECTIVE * GEN ED ELECTIVE 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 3

GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED

Freshman 2nd Semester
(R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W)

Sophomore 1st Semester
(R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W)

Sophomore 2nd Semester
COM 2213 SUPP ELEC GEN ED 3 3 4-5 3 MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED (R)

Major Courses: (12 Credit Hours) Communications: COM 1123; COM 2213; TA 1133; TA 2233 General Education Courses: (37-38 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113; ENGL 1213; History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493; Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013; Political Science: POLSC 1113; Social Sciences: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113; Theatre Arts: TA 1103; Humanities: Six credit hours Humanities Electives; *Sciences: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science; three to four credit hours Physical Science; Electives: Three credit hours Advisor Approved General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (10-11 Credit Hours) TA 2103 or JB 2413; ELECTIVES (7-8 Credit Hours) Electives: Seven to eight credit hours of Free Electives Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog.. ** At least one science course must have a lab component.

170

ST 1114. The graduate is eligible to apply for the national certifying examination in Surgical Technology. ST 2114. AN ADEQUATE BIOLOGY PLACEMENT TEST SCORE OR BIO 0123 OR A COLLEGE-LEVEL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CLASS (R) (W). ST 1126 AND ST 1114. or COM 2213 ** Students must file all financial aid through the technology center while attending there.S. COM 1123. during and after surgery. ST 2226 AND ST 2214. *OSHRE Approved General Education Communications or English course. POLSC 1113. ++ Special Admissions Procedures Required (C) A grade of “C” or higher must be achieved *To be chosen from ENGL 1213. PSY 1113. An applicant who provides documentation of certification as a Surgical Technician may be eligible for advanced standing credit. registered nurses. anesthesiologists. 171 . # Cooperative Alliance have been established with Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers.** The Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers Certified Surgical Technician Programs are fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. ST 1126. and other surgical personnel delivering patient care before. ST 2314. COREQUISITE: ST 2226 (R) (W). COREQUISITE: ST 2336 (R) (W). HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR OR GEN ED ELECTIVE TECHNICAL MICROBIOLOGY FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS THAT MEET OCCC’S MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 4 6 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED (R) BIO 1224 (R) (W).Success in College and Life Support Courses: Mathematics that meets OCCC mathematics proficiency. The application process for the program must be completed at Metro Tech or Moore Norman Technology Centers. BIO 1224 OR BIO 1314 Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. COREQUISITE: ST 2314 (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester Major Courses: AHP 1013. COREQUISITE: ST 2226 (R) (R) Suggested Freshman 1st Semester Freshman 2nd Semester ST 2214 ST 2226 AHP 1013 CS 1103 OSRHE ST 2314 ST 2336 POLSC 1113 HIST 1493 HIST 1483 GEN ED ST-2114 FA MATH1 PSY 1113 SURGICAL TECHNIQUES II SURGICAL TECHNIQUES PRACTICUM II MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS OSRHE APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNICATIONS COURSE SURGICAL TECHNIQUES III SURGICAL TECHNIQUES PRACTICUM III AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT U. HIST 1483 OR HIST 1493. Students must be admitted to the program before enrollment in major courses.Surgical Technology Minimum of 66 Credits Associate in Applied Science This program is offered through cooperative alliances established with Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers. Three (3) credit hours of General Education Elective Life Skills Courses: SCL 1001. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.S. Surgical Technologists are integral members of the surgical team who work closely with surgeons. ST 2336 General Education Courses: ENGL 1113. Course ID SCL 1001 ST 1114 ST 1126 BIO 1224 BIO 1314 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE SURGICAL TECHNIQUES I SURGICAL TECHNIQUES PRACTICUM I TECHNICAL HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OR HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 4 6 4 4 3 Type LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) COREQUISITE: ST 1126 (R) COREQUISITE: ST 1114 (R) (W) (R) (W) (M). ST 1114 AND ST 1126. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR U. ST 2226 AND ST 2214. (R) (W). CS 1103. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. Major courses beginning with ST are available only at Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers. Students pursuing this associate degree would complete general education and support courses at Oklahoma City Community College. ST 2214. ST 2226. ENGL 1233. All major courses are taught at Metro Tech or Moore Norman Technology Centers.

LazerNet Services. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (W) EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (R) (W). Altech Services. ENGL 1113 Suggested Freshman 1st Semester POLSC 1113 FA SUPPORT TECH 1000 COM 1123 COM 1323 COM 2213 FA COM ENGL 1213 FA MATH TECH 1000 HIST 1483 HIST 1493 TECH 2000 FA GEN FA SUPPORT TECH 2000 FA SUPPORT FA GEN ** ** * * AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES ADVANCED SPECIAL TOPICS INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— ORAL INTERPRETATION —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING —OR— FACULTY APPROVED COMMUNICATIONS ELECTIVE —OR— ENGLISH COMPOSITION II FACULTY APPROVED MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE ADVANCED SPECIAL TOPICS U. The Michael Group. Inc. and industry specifications in a particular industry. iBeam. Inc. and Maintenance.) Information Systems Industry leading to certifications in MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) and MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) 3. #This program is offered through cooperative alliances with Francis Tuttle and Moore Norman Technology Centers. Instrument Systems and Automation. Francis Tuttle Technology Center. or COM 1323 or COM 2213 or advisor approved COM elective or ENGL 1213 . 3 credit hours of Approved General Education Electives Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (12 credit hours) Approved Support Electives. 2. The Hertz Corporation.) Internet Technologies Industry leading to certification in Certified Internet Webmaster. EVALUATION BY INSTRUCTOR (R) (W) (R) (W) TECH 1113. Current specialized approved programs are as follows: 1. OG&E. Businesses that have participated in the development of current programs are: Advanced Academics. government... Political Science: POLSC 1113. Atkins Benham. BTG Incorporated. Francis Tuttle Technology Center. AMI 500-Office of Information Services. Inc. English: ENGL 1113 .. See page 44-45 for General Education requirements. *The OG&E program is offered through an alliance of educational partners so that students may take courses at Oklahoma City Community College. History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493. Inc. Inc.S. Cox Communications. Oklahoma State University (Oklahoma City). Students must consult with their faculty advisor when selecting technology courses and electives. Inc. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR SPECIAL TOPICS FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES SPECIAL TOPICS FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES FACULTY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 6 3 3 9 3 3 3 3 9 3 6 GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR SUPPORT GEN ED Freshman 2nd Semester Sophomore 1st Semester Sophomore 2nd Semester TECH 1113. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U. ENGL 1113 Major Courses: (30 credit hours) Special topics in Technology: TECH 1000 and TECH 2000.) *OG&E ñ Industrial Engineering Technology with emphasis in Engineering Design and Analysis. General Education Courses: (18 credit hours) Communications: COM 1123. CACI-ASG. Synergy Datacom Supply. Inc. or Rose State College. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. prescribed technical or advisor approved courses. See Technical/Occupational Programs in the general information section of the catalog. Pace/Butler Corporation. EDS. prescribed technical OR advisor approved courses **Advanced Special Topics in Technology: Completion of ACE credit. Communitech. The plans of study are designed with direct input from business and industry partners. Dobson Communications. Completion of ACE credit. Advancia Corporation. Course ID SCL 1001 ENGL 1113 Course Name SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Credits 1 Type LIFE SKILLS GEN ED Prerequisites NONE (R) (W). Moore Norman Technology Center. *Special Topics: Completion of ACE credit. 172 . Modern Technology Systems. Endex of Oklahoma. approved Business/Industry/Government training curriculum. approved Business/Industry/Government training curriculum.S. ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II. Resourceware.. Southwestern Bell.. approved Business/Industry/Government training curriculum. Approved Math Elective Notes: This technical/occupational program is designed to prepare students to enter the job force following completion. EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. and ThinkSpark. prescribed technical OR advisor approved courses. WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION.Technology (AAS) Minimum of 61 Credits Associate in Applied Science This associate degree program is specialized to meet business. Cisco.. Coursework in the major area is designed to give students the necessary preparation to pursue industry specific technology careers after graduation. Commander Aircraft.

Technology (AS)
Minimum of 62 Credits

Associate in Science

Students enrolled in the Technology Program develop vital skills in preparation for becoming members of the business community. Students study economics, accounting, statistics, and computer science, in addition to general education. A degree in technology prepares students to transfer to a baccalaureate degree program. There they can pursue a bachelor’s degree with a major in a specialized technology area. Course ID
SCL 1001 ENGL 1113

Course Name
SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Credits
1 3

Type
LIFE SKILLS GEN ED

Prerequisites
NONE (R) (W), ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II, EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) NONE (R) (W), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR.

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

POLSC 1113 TECH 1010 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013 PHYS ENGL 1213 COM 1123 COM 1323 COM 2213 TECH 1113 BIO HUM ECON 2113 TECH 2013 TECH 2773 GEN ED FA SUPPORT HIST 1483 HIST 1493 TECH 2023 TECH 2783 HUM FA SUPPORT * *

AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE* ENGLISH COMPOSITION II INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS —OR— ORAL INTERPRETATION —OR— INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING BEGINNING TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS INTERMEDIATE TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS TECHNOLOGY FIELD INTERNSHIP I GEN ED ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES U.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.S. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS TECHNOLOGY FIELD INTERNSHIP II HUMANITIES ELECTIVE FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3 3 3

GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED

Freshman 2nd Semester
(R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) TECH 1010

Sophomore 1st Semester
(R) (W) (M) PRE OR COREQUISITE: TECH 1113, ENGL 1113 COREQUISITE: TECH 1013

Sophomore 2nd Semester
(R) (W) (R) (W) TECH 2013 TECH 2773 COREQUISITE: TECH 1113 3 3 3 3 3 GEN ED MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT

Major Courses: (18 credit hours) Technology: TECH 1013; TECH 1113; TECH 2013; TECH 2023; TECH 2773; TECH 2783 General Education Courses: (37-38 credit hours) Communications: COM 1123; or COM 1323 or COM 2213 ; Economics: ECON 2113 ; English: ENGL 1113; ENGL 1213; History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493; Mathematics: MATH 1503; or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013 ; Political Science: POLSC 1113 ; *Science: Three to four credit hours of general education Biological Science; three to four credit hours from *Physical Scienceóone of the science courses must include a lab component (any PHYS; CHEM; GEOL; or ASTR course); 6 credit hours: Humanities Elective Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (6 credit hours) Advisor Approved Support Electives See page 60 for transfer policy information Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog.. * One Science course must include a laboratory component. Physical Science (Any PHYS, CHEM, GEOL, or ASTR course.)

173

Technology (Certificate)
Minimum of 18 Credits

Certificate of Mastery

The certificate program allows an individual to work toward an attainable goal without taking the general education required for an associate degree. College credits earned may apply toward an Associate in Science or Applied Science degree. A Certificate of Mastery in Technology provides the opportunity for students to study the areas of emphasis that relate directly to jobs in specific Technology services and industry fields. At Oklahoma City Community College, a Certificate of Mastery can be earned by completing 18 credit hours in coursework such as beginning applications, intermediate applications, and advanced applications of industry specific fields. Classes are taught by professors who are both academically and professionally qualified. Students benefit from the instructors’ years of experience on the job and in the classroom. With a Certificate of Mastery, students can begin a career through entry-level positions. Often, students can earn certificates as they work toward a degree. Oklahoma City Community College also offers a Technology degree with a general option whereby a student can specialize in specific technology services that transfers to a baccalaureate program or that prepares students for immediate entry into the job market. Course ID
TECH 1010 TECH 2773 FA SUPPORT TECH 1113 TECH 2783 FA SUPPORT

Course Name
INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY FIELD INTERNSHIP I FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES BEGINNING TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS TECHNOLOGY FIELD INTERNSHIP II FACULTY APPROVED SUPPORT ELECTIVES

Credits
3 3 3 3 3 3

Type
MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT MAJOR MAJOR SUPPORT

Prerequisites
NONE COREQUISITE: TECH 1013

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

Freshman 2nd Semester
TECH 1010 TECH 2773 COREQUISITE: TECH 1113

Major Courses: (12 credit hours) Technology : TECH 1103; TECH 1113; TECH 2773; TECH 2783 General Education Courses: None Life Skills Courses: None Support Courses: (6 credit hours) Advisor Approved Support Electives Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate.

174

Theatre Arts
Minimum of 61 Credits

Associate in Arts

The Theatre Arts Program uses classroom and hands-on experiences on stage to develop student performance skills. Classes in acting and make-up teach students about the theories, techniques and elements of theatre. Courses cover subjects such as role preparation, diction, and auditioning. Additional experience can be gained by participating in any of the College’s stage productions during the year. Associate degrees in theatre arts give students the background needed to continue their education at a four-year college or university. Graduating students may find career opportunities performing, directing, producing, writing, critiquing or teaching. Course ID
SCL 1001 TA 1103 TA 1513 ENGL 1113

Course Name
SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND LIFE INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE ACTING I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Credits
1 3 3 3

Type
LIFE SKILLS MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED

Prerequisites
NONE (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W), ADEQUATE READING AND WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES OR LS 0033 COLLEGE WRITING II, EITHER TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W) (R) (W), TA 1513 ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (R) (W), ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I TAKEN WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WITH STRONG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE CONTINUATION. (R) (W) (R) (W), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R), MATH 0123 OR EQUIVALENT OR ADEQUATE MATH PLACEMENT TEST SCORE, EITHER WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. (R) (R) (W)

Suggested Freshman 1st Semester

HIST 1483 HIST 1493 COM 1123 TA 2203 PHIL 1013 ENGL 1213 POLSC 1113 MATH 1503 MATH 1513 MATH 2013

U.S. HISTORY TO THE CIVIL WAR —OR— U.S. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS ACTING II INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS —OR— COLLEGE ALGEBRA —OR— INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED GEN ED

Freshman 2nd Semester

Sophomore 1st Semester
TA 1223 TA 2233 PHYS SC HUM SUPP TA 1133 BIO SUPP HUM GEN ED * ** *** ** MAKE-UP FOR THE STAGE ACTING FOR THE CAMERA ANY PHYSICAL SCIENCE CHOSEN FROM ASTR, PHYS, CHEM, OR GEOL PREFIXES * HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE VOICE AND SPEECH IMPROVEMENT BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE * GUIDED SUPPORT ELECTIVE HUMANITIES ELECTIVE GEN ED ELECTIVE 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 3-4 3 3 3 MAJOR MAJOR GEN ED GEN ED SUPPORT MAJOR GEN ED SUPPORT GEN ED GEN ED (R)

Sophomore 2nd Semester

Major Courses: (18 Credit Hours) Theatre Arts: TA 1103; TA 1133; TA 1223; TA 1513; TA 2203; TA 2233 General Education Courses: (37 Credit Hours) English: ENGL 1113; ENGL 1213; History: HIST 1483 or HIST 1493; Political Science: POLSC 1113; Communications: COM 1123; *Sciences: Three to four credit hours Biological Science; three to four credit hours Physical Science - one of the science courses must include a lab component; Humanities: Six credit hours Humanities Electives; Mathematics: MATH 1503 or MATH 1513 or MATH 2013; Philosophy: PHIL 1013; General Education Elective: Three credit hours Life Skills Courses: (1 credit hour) Life Skills: SCL 1001 Support Courses: (4-5 Credit Hours) *Electives: Four to five credit hours Approved Electives Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. See University Parallel/Transfer Programs in the front section of the catalog. See General Education Requirements in the front section of the catalog.. ** At least one science course must include a lab component. *** Support Elective: TA 1000; TA 1121; TA 2113; TA 2123; HUM 2233; HUM 2243; HUM 2253

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Course Descriptions
Accounting
1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) VARIABLE 1-4 The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subject areas not covered in other Occupational Therapy courses, but which are beneficial in providing a better understanding of the field. A specific subject is announced for each offering. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. ACCT 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: ACCT 2113 and by Evaluation* VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subjects not included in other accounting courses, but which are beneficial in providing a better understanding of the field. A specific topic is announced for each offering. Enrollment may be repeated with a change in subject matter.
* Evaluation criteria available in division office

ACCT 2303 COST ACCOUNTING Prerequisite: ACCT 2123 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students who are seeking an Associate in Applied Science in Business-Accounting Option. It generally will not transfer to four-year public colleges or universities. Students will demonstrate their understanding of concepts of cost accounting by (1) properly classifying basic cost elements, (2) applying the cost principles and procedures involved in job order and process costing, (3) demonstrating the use of a standard cost system to include the computation of variances, and (4) using cost analysis in management decision making. (This course is generally offered in the spring semester only.) ACCT 2403 INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING Prerequisite: ACCT 2113 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students seeking an Associate in Applied Science in Business-Accounting Option. It generally will not transfer to four-year public colleges or universities. Students will demonstrate their understanding of concepts of federal income taxation of individuals by (1) determining gross income, (2) identifying and computing allowable deductions for and from adjusted gross income, (3) computing the tax liability, and (4) performing tax research using a comprehensive tax library. (This course is generally offered in the fall semester only.) ACCT 2603 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I Prerequisite: ACCT 2123 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students who are seeking an Associate in Applied Science in Business-Accounting Option. It generally will not transfer to four-year public colleges or universities. Students will demonstrate their understanding of concepts of advanced principles of accounting relating to the accounting process, assets, and the time value of money. (This course is generally offered in the fall semester only.) ACCT 2703 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II Prerequisite: ACCT 2603 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students who are seeking an Associate in Applied Science in Business-Accounting Option. It generally will not transfer to four-year public colleges or universities. Students will demonstrate their understanding of generally accepted accounting principles related to liabilities, stockholders’ equity, correction of errors, cash flow reporting and financial statement analysis. (This course is generally offered in the spring semester only.) ACCT 2999 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: Masters degree in Accounting VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subjects not included in other accounting courses, but which are beneficial in providing a better understanding of the field. A specific topic is announced for each offering. Enrollment may be repeated with a change in subject matter.
* Evaluation criteria available in division office

ACCT 2113 ACCOUNTING I/FINANCIAL Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate an understanding of basic accounting concepts, theories, and procedures and their effects on the financial reporting and analysis of a business. ACCT 2123 ACCOUNTING II/MANAGERIAL Prerequisite: ACCT 2113 3 CREDITS A continuation of ACCT 2113. Students will demonstrate an understanding of managerial accounting concepts by properly classifying basic cost elements, allocating these costs to the manufacturing processes of a product, performing cost-volume-profit analysis, preparing operating and capital budgets, analyzing the decision-making process, and making business decisions. ACCT 2213 COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING Prerequisite: ACCT 2113 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students who are seeking an Associate in Applied Science in Business-Accounting Option. It is also a required or elective course in some technical programs at Oklahoma City Community College. It generally will not transfer to four-year public colleges or universities. Students will demonstrate the use of the computer to complete accounting problems relating to general ledger entries, voucher systems, fixed assets, payroll, partnerships and corporations, financial statement analysis, and departmentalized accounting. (This course is generally offered in the fall semester only.) ACCT 2233 GOVERNMENT AND NON-PROFIT ACCOUNTING Prerequisite: ACCT 2123 3 CREDITS This course is offered as an elective in the Associate in Applied Science in Business-Accounting Option. The course is also available to those students who work for a governmental agency or other non-profit institution desiring to upgrade their job skills. This course is generally not transferable to four-year colleges or universities. The student will learn the nature and relationship of the various funds normally found in most governmental entities as well as the financial activities involving budgets, encumbrances, revenues, expenditures, and other fiduciary responsibilities common to non-profit institutions such as colleges, hospitals, foundations, public enterprises, and virtually all governmental agencies. (This course is generally offered every other spring semester.)

Administrative Office Technology
AOT 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS This is a study of a variety of topics in which the student will be exposed to such topics as preparing for a career in the secretarial area, assessing the job market, etc. The course may be repeated with a change of topic.

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AOT 1113 COMPUTER KEYBOARDING Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS The student will master the keyboard by touch and begin development of acceptable speed and accuracy levels on the alphabetic and alphanumeric keyboard and the ten-key number pad. Formatting of basic documents is also included. AOT 1123 SHORTHAND I Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will master the correct theory and principles of Gregg shorthand, read at specified speeds, and write correct shorthand outlines. AOT 1223 SHORTHAND II Prerequisite: (R), AOT 1123 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS The student will review the theory of Gregg Shorthand, take dictation for three minutes at specified speeds and will transcribe shorthand notes accurately using the microcomputer. AOT 1713 BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS Students will use microcomputer word processing software to create, modify, store, retrieve, and print documents. Word processing features include create, edit, print, format, spell-check, thesaurus, file management, find/replace and tables. This course is an introduction and overview with the emphasis being on learning and applying the mechanics of the software. AOT 1813 LEGAL OFFICE PROCEDURES 3 CREDITS This is an introductory course which provides the student with an overview of the legal secretarial profession and the various aspects of the law office. Emphasis is placed on developing the skills and aptitudes for a professional legal secretary, court structure, ethics, writing and research (This course is generally offered fall only.) AOT 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies in selected topics in the secretarial field. Each course will focus on a specific area related to special equipment, procedures, and functions. May be repeated with a change of topic. AOT 2013 LEGAL BILLING Prerequisite: (R) (W), By evaluation 3 CREDITS Students will use the microcomputer to produce billing documents with emphasis on legal vocabulary, proofreading, editing, transcription, and decision making skills. Appropriate industry standard software programs will be used. Lecture/Lab. (This course is generally offered fall only.) AOT 2033 MEDICAL CODING Prerequisite: (R) (W), AHP 1013 3 CREDITS The student will be able to correctly enter internal classification of disease (ICD-9-CM) codes on a claim form, identify current procedural terminology (CPT), and explain their application to a medical office. The student will also identify various insurance plans, learn the rules and regulations of Medicare filing, translate written documentation into a numerical language, and describe legal issues concerning medical records. AOT 2143 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS This course is designed to emphasize the management procedures of various office environments. Topics include ethics, employeremployee relations, layout and space design, work simplification, cost control, human relations, office personnel policies and business information systems. (This course is generally offered spring only.)

AOT 2313 INTERMEDIATE WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS Prerequisite: (R) (W), AOT 1713 or by Evaluation* 3 CREDITS Students will extend basic word processing knowledge and skill to include proficiency in producing office correspondence. Emphasis will be on formatting, proofreading, using advanced features of word processing software, and increasing production speed.
* Evaluation criteria available in division office

AOT 2323 LEGAL TERMINOLOGY AND MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION Prerequisite: (R) (W), AOT 1113, AOT 1713 or by Evaluation* 3 CREDITS The student will correctly spell, transcribe, and define terms commonly used in the legal field.
* Evaluation criteria available in division office

AOT 2413 MEDICAL MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION Prerequisite: (R) (W), AHP 1013, AOT 1113 and AOT 1713 or by Evaluation* 3 CREDITS The student will correctly transcribe medical documents including admissions and physicals, operative reports, pathology reports, discharge summaries, radiology reports, and requests for consultation reports. The student will be able to describe the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of a medical transcriptionist.
* Evaluation criteria available in division office

AOT 2443 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE PROCEDURES Prerequisite: Corequisite: (R) (W), AOT 2313, AOT 2553 or by Evaluation* 3 CREDITS The student will study ethics, traits, duties, attitudes and responsibilities of a professional secretary. Students will use the microcomputer to produce mailable documents, travel itineraries, minutes of meetings, and various other office documents with emphasis on vocabulary, proofreading, editing, and decision making skills. Lecture/Lab.
* Evaluation criteria available in division office

AOT 2453 OFFICE INFORMATION PROCESSING Prerequisite: Corequisite: (R) (W), AOT 2313 or by Evaluation* 3 CREDITS Students will use the microcomputer to produce mailable documents with emphasis on business vocabulary, proofreading, editing, transcription, and decision making skills. Managerial dictation techniques will be introduced. Lecture/Lab.
* Evaluation criteria available in division office

AOT 2463 APPLIED GRAPHICS WITH DESKTOP PUBLISHING Prerequisite: (R) (W), AOT 2313 or by Evaluation* 3 CREDITS This course is an introduction to the use of computergenerated pictures, charts, and graphs. Students will complete a variety of documents such as flyers, brochures, newsletters, and business cards using industry standard desktop publishing software, graphics, and effective design conventions. This course will assist students in producing documents that communicate effectively through good design and application of basic concepts of desktop publishing. (This course is generally offered spring only.)
* Evaluation criteria available in division office

AOT 2473 OFFICE/ACCOUNTING SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS This course is designed for Administrative Office Technology and Accounting majors. The student will develop ten-key by touch skills. Students will format spreadsheets using effective design principles, enter common spreadsheet formulas and functions, sort data, and use graphic/chart features to solve business problems. Appropriate industry standard spreadsheet software programs will be used.

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define terms commonly used in medical fields. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. AHP 1013 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS After studying the root words. 3 CREDITS The student will apply principles of basic algebra. A specific subject is announced for each offering. The course will involve the study and practice of various filing methods integrating the use of the computer to control and manage a file system. The course may be repeated to a maximum of 6 credit hours with the consent of the instructor. functions and graphs. the student will use correct records-management techniques in the creation. its characteristics and the artists important to that period. The student will analyze the artistic styles and identify visually the style. Students will work in an approved office environment with cooperating employers for a specified period of time and will attend arranged lectures relating to a variety of business-related topics.) AOT 2663 CAREER EDUCATION/INTERNSHIP Prerequisite: (R) (W). quadratic equations. artists and their cultures from the Early Renaissance to the present. factoring. and trigonometry and geometry in the solution of technical problems. ratio and proportion. The student will demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of photography. use of various lenses. its characteristics and the artists important to that period. AHP 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subject areas not covered in other Allied Health courses. and fractions in the solutions of technical problems. A specific subject will be announced for each offering. prefixes. by Evaluation* VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS This course will assist students in earning academic credit in a planned process that integrates academic preparation with supervised work experience. MATH 0033 or adequate Math Placement Test Score. storage and disposition of materials in a variety of business situations. but which are beneficial in providing a better understanding of health or health care. 3 CREDITS The student will convert units of measure within and among the metric. and determine the meaning of unfamiliar medical terms. The student will analyze artistic styles and identify visually the style. either within the last year. A specific topic beyond the topics offered in other art courses will be designated for each offering. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. Students will work with various media utilizing a variety of sources and environments. and use statistical software to analyze data with descriptive statistics and linear regression. exponents and radicals. its time. the student will correctly spell medical terms. MATH 0033 or adequate Math Placement Test Score. and Weaving. APPM 1233 MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNICAL CAREERS II Prerequisite: (R). (This course is generally offered fall only. formulas. This course may be repeated with a change in subject matter. AOT 2473 3 CREDITS Utilizing simulated office records. and avoirdupois systems of measurement. 178 . its time. ART 1053 ART APPRECIATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS After studying art pieces representative of a variety of art forms from different time periods and cultures. either within the last year. Students will analyze art and make aesthetic judgments in writing about how the piece reflects human values and cultural traditions. and suffixes from which medical terms evolve. Allied Health AHP 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subject areas not covered in other Allied Health courses.AOT 2553 AUTOMATED RECORDS MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: (R) (W). MATH 1223 3 CREDITS The student will apply the systems of equations. *This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement. the student will identify and describe each of these forms. This course is intended only for certain majors leading to an Associate in Applied Science (Technical-Occupational) degree. Art ART 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS IN VISUAL ART Prerequisite: (R) The student will produce examples of the VARIABLE 1-6 CREDITS specific topic in art with which the course content is concerned. but which are beneficial in providing a better understanding of health. equations. AOT 1713. ART 1043 BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY I Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate basic 35mm camera operations as well as black and white film processing and printing. ART 1013 ART HISTORY SURVEY I Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS Art History Survey I is a study of the arts. Applied Mathematics APPM 1223 MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNICAL CAREERS I Prerequisite: (R). Examples of topics include Basic Watercolor. ART 1123 DRAWING I Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Drawing I will develop the students understanding of the basic concepts of drawing and their powers of observation. Calligraphy. apply algebraic concepts to signed numbers. The student also will analyze the social and art issues which led to the development and evolution of art styles throughout history. * Evaluation criteria available in division office APPM 1313 MATHEMATICS FOR HEALTH CAREERS Prerequisite: (R). and graphs. solve pharmacology problems. ART 1023 ART HISTORY SURVEY II Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS Art History Survey II is a study of the visual arts. This course is intended only for certain majors leading to an Associate in Applied Science (Technical-Occupational) degree. filters and exposure manipulation in photo development and printing. exponential and logarithmic functions. apothecary. artists and their cultures from Prehistoric through the Early Renaissance. This course is intended only for certain majors leading to an Associate in Applied Science (Technical-Occupational) degree. The student also will analyze the social and art issues which led to the development and evolution of art styles throughout history.

They will mix their own clay and construct clay pieces using the coil. stressing form and content. CS 1103 or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS Students will use selected application software to develop presentation graphics. The course will continue to stress form and content. sawdust and dung. position and adhere materials. Students will also create and edit graphic objects and type. and analyze threedimensional visual art forms. They will demonstrate various firing techniques such as raku. rendering drawings (enlarging cartoons). coil. Types of illustrations produced include pencil. Students will continue to develop their skills in media by using a variety of sources and environments. ART 1213 FOUNDATIONS I: DESIGN AND COLOR Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will learn to recognize. Course may be repeated for up to three credit hours. ART 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS IN VISUAL ART Prerequisite: (R) (W) VARIABLE 1-6 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subjects not included in other Visual Arts courses. and personal creativity. By using a variety of materials and processes. edited and synchronized to the presentations. the depiction of complicated shapes and figures as well as the ability to convey emotion. Course may be repeated for up to three credit hours. analyze and apply the elements and principles of 2D design and color in the pictorial arts by studying design and color theory. A specific subject is announced for each offering. transfer designs. writings. colored pencil and mixed media. the student will study various styles and techniques of painting. Enrollment may be repeated with a change in topic. ART 1363 MULTIMEDIA Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). They will demonstrate the proper application of advanced linear perspective. ART 2233 SERIGRAPHY II (ADVANCED SILK SCREENPRINTING) Prerequisite: ART 2133 3 CREDITS Serigraphy II involves advanced studies in utilizing screenprinting techniques. ART 1190 MOSAICS Prerequisite: (R) VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate understanding of basic design and proficiency in techniques for creating mosaics. importation. ART 2183 PAINTING II Prerequisite: ART 2013 3 CREDITS Painting II will continue to develop the students’ skills in opaque painting. consistent with materials to be used. and personal creativity. and use keyboard shortcuts. The advanced student will assist the instructor with firing tile. Students will continue to develop their glazing and knowledge of ceramics and its terminology. ART 2190 ADVANCED MOSAICS Prerequisite: (R). composition and a variety of media. Digital audio will be created. simplicity. slab and mold methods of construction. Each student will produce a body of work exploring the image-making potential of screen printing techniques on paper and T-shirts. modification. and assisting with mosaics projects. ART 2013 PAINTING I Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Painting I will develop skills in opaque painting. This will include the creation. ART 1203 FIGURE DRAWING Prerequisite: ART 1123 3 CREDITS Figure Drawing includes study in gesture and finished drawings of the draped and undraped model. and participation in a coursework exhibition are required. ART 1190 VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate understanding of advanced mosaic design and proficiency in techniques for creating mosaics. evaluate. glazing and ceramics terminology. design. gesture and unique character of each model through a series of basic methods of construction ranging from quick sketches to completed drawings. ink. ART 1183 COMPUTER DRAWING: ILLUSTRATOR Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate knowledge of vector illustration techniques using Adobe Illustrator software. ART 1123 or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS The student will learn about and produce illustrations using a variety of techniques and media. Readings. ART 2373 GRAPHIC ARTS ILLUSTRATION Prerequisite: (R). visual appreciation and individual expression. and use keyboard shortcuts. The student will construct pieces of clay-formed pottery using slab. ART 2133 SERIGRAPHY I (SILK SCREEN-PRINTING) Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Serigraphy I introduces the student to both hand and photo stencil and screen print methods. produce porcelain tile and proper mortar mixes for interior and exterior mosaics. and sequencing of still and motion graphics. pinch. ART 1243 FOUNDATIONS II: 3D DESIGN Prerequisite: ART 1213 3 CREDITS The student will compare. cut materials. ART 2143 CERAMICS I Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Ceramics I covers a variety of building techniques. wheel. The student also will select proper materials. Students will also create and edit graphic objects and type. They will test various pottery glazes and assist in firing pottery in a kiln. select various menu commands. wheel and other methods of construction. scratchboard. design. After an introduction to the different methods of mixing and applying paint. but which are beneficial in providing a better understanding of the field. Students will produce a body of work that emphasizes the exploration of color. ART 1233 DRAWING II Prerequisite: ART 1123 3 CREDITS Drawing II will continue to develop the students’ understanding of the concepts of drawing. Strong emphasis will be placed on exploring color. The students’ drawings will demonstrate the movement. rhythm.ART 1173 COMPUTER DRAWING: FREEHAND Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate knowledge of vector illustration techniques using Macromedia FreeHand software. Work will be accomplished to conform to professional standards in the graphic arts industry 179 . select various menu commands. the student will complete a series of studio assignments to demonstrate basic technical ability and an understanding and appreciation of the interaction of form in space and ways to manipulate it. markers. ART 2263 CERAMICS II Prerequisite: ART 2143 3 CREDITS Ceramics II continues to develop the students’ skills in a variety of ceramic techniques. Emphasis will be placed on pose. visual appreciation and individual expression.

GenEd Requirement. ART 1023 VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will work with professional practitioners in areas such as art galleries and museums. edit and direct program materials of broadcast quality. 180 .S. and current theories of the origin. and exhaust systems. They will blend colors using digital and traditional color theory. evolution. generate or integrate 3D computer graphics. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic.E. The student will finally complete an Introduction to Electricity course to ensure basic concepts and abilities are present to ensure entry level skills are present when the student begins the Automotive Program. which includes ABS systems. air induction systems. designer or other professional using 3D computer graphics will be able to create. Astronomy ASTR 1504 GENERAL ASTRONOMY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS This course will fulfill the general education requirement for Physical Science (without laboratory). This course is a prerequisite for all automotive courses in programs requiring an internship. Job Interview Skills. AT 1214 A. and engine electronic systems. Additionally. the student will demonstrate specific competencies in the diagnosis and repair of ignition systems. ART 1023 1 CREDIT. Participants will use digital drawing tables. Emphasis will be on using application software (primarily 3D modeling and rendering programs) in the development of modeling logos.E. parking brake circuit and associated electrical circuit diagnosis and repair. designers and other professionals using 3D computer created. The student will continue with a Job Interview Skills course consisting of writing a resume and how to conduct a successful interview. galaxies (including the Milky Way Galaxy). Concepts to be studied include the solar system. and prepare for a career in Visual Arts. emission control systems. art therapy practices. These renderings could be related to either technical design. whichever is most appropriate to the student’s area of concentration. This course is the second course in the field of 3D computer graphics for technical design. 3D gaming and 3D virtual environments. and fate of the universe.S. 3D scenes. matted. and current theories of the origin. galaxies (including the Milky Way Galaxy). advanced physical based and character animations. engine block diagnosis and repair. Mentoring. valve train. etc. ignition. lighting. Students will use raster and vector based drawing. Emphasis will be on the development of professional techniques in the area of 3D computer graphics. Laboratory exercises will explore basic physical principles related to Astronomy as well as activities with specific astronomical applications. The student will be introduced to modern astronomy. fine art or applied art. scan their sketches and photographs into a variety of computer programs and manipulate them digitally to create works of art. A specific topic is announced for each offering.ART 2533 3D RENDERING AND DESIGN VISUALIZATION Prerequisite: (R) (M) 3 CREDITS The student aspiring to become an artist. ENGINE PERFORMANCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will discuss and demonstrate general engine diagnostic procedures. cooling. fine art or applied art professionals. the student will discuss and demonstrate competencies in power assist unit diagnosis and repair as well as wheel bearing. but which benefit students wanting additional training in the field or comprehension of the field. and fate of the universe. ART 1013. textures. Extensive laboratory work is required. ART 1013. art libraries. or in digital form. the sun and stars. Also. ART 2573 DIGITAL PAINTING Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will be introduced to the art media and form of digital imaging. AT 1224 A. battery and starting system diagnostic and repair procedures. The student will further discuss and demonstrate an understanding of wheel and tire diagnosis and repair. generated. obtain practical experience. animation studios. as slides. ART 2821 PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT AND PRESENTATION Prerequisite: All required major courses.E. The student will also write a well developed artist’s statement. and image-editing software applications to create expressive images. The student will address any deficiencies and develop a portfolio. The student will demonstrate a fundamental understanding of how the computer can be used to create 3D computer renderings. adjustment and repair. BRAKES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS This course is an application of specific competencies in hydraulic system.E. fine arts studios. This course will enhance the abilities of artists. Students will be required to complete the Automotive Safety. SUSPENSION AND STEERING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS This course is an application of basic competencies in steering systems. suspension systems and wheel alignment diagnosis. evolution. either framed.S. as well as lubrication. ART 2533 or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS The student will be able to use professional techniques to create photo realistic renderings. photography studios. the sun and stars. ENGINE REPAIR Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will discuss and demonstrate competencies in general engine diagnosis and in cylinder head. ART 2643 VIDEO PRODUCTION Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS The student will use video production techniques to produce. The student must successfully complete the safety course consisting of specific automotive related safety issues as well as those specific to Oklahoma City Community College. The portfolio will present works of art in a professional format. and Introduction to Electricity courses. GenEd Requirement Automotive Technology AT 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subjects not included in other automotive courses. fuel. AT 1013 AUTOMOTIVE STUDENT SUCCESS INITIATIVE 3 CREDITS Students will participate in four disciplines designed to prepare students to be successful in automotive programs requiring internships. The student will also complete the Mentoring program with both student and sponsoring dealership personnel participating. ART 2700 INTERNSHIP Prerequisite: All required major courses. or integrated graphics. exhaust. film/video studios. The student and instructor will make a critical analysis of the student’s work done over the duration of the program to identify any deficiencies. atmosphere effects. drum brake system. fuel. with a mock video taped interview being required. AT 1204 A. The student will be introduced to modern astronomy. disc brake system diagnosis and repair procedures. ASTR 1514 GENERAL ASTRONOMY WITH LAB Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS This course will fulfill the general education requirement for Physical Science (with laboratory). The internship course is designed to help students explore their interests. and basic animation. AT 1244 A. ART 2633 3D ANIMATION AND SPECIAL EFFECTS Prerequisite: (R) (M). interactive Media and Web development. painting. Concepts to be studied include the solar system.S.

and equipment operation during collision repair. AT 1553 AUTOMOTIVE/COLLISION PROGRAM BASICS 3 CREDITS This course covers the basic knowledge of collision repair. Related topics will include general lab safety. Additionally. * Evaluation criteria available in division office AT 1622 A. basic safety aspects of the program. both type and color. primer surfacing. emission control systems and engine electric systems. The student will discuss and demonstrate general engine diagnostic procedures. disc brake system diagnosis and repair procedures. and proportions will also be taught.S. engine block diagnosis and repair. Special admission procedures required 4 CREDITS This course is an application of specific competencies in hydraulic system. cooling. which includes ABS systems on current General Motors vehicles. A specific topic is announced for each offering. which includes ABS systems. air induction systems. fuel.AT 1304 GM ENGINE REPAIR Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). and student expectations for success in the collision repair program. personal protection. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course. SUSPENSION AND STEERING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). as well as lubrication. applying primer. wiper/washer. adjustment and repair. Additionally. starting. state and local regulations. and exhaust systems. Special admission procedures required 4 CREDITS The student will apply competencies in battery. * Evaluation criteria available in division office AT 1642 A. fuel. parking brake circuit and associated electrical circuit diagnosis and repair. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course.E. charging. Special admission procedures required 4 CREDITS The student will discuss and demonstrate general engine diagnostic procedures. valve train. AT 1513 INTRODUCTION TO BODY REPAIR AND REFINISHING 3 CREDITS This course covers safety practices. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in applications of primer-surface. AT 1314 GM ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). * Evaluation criteria available in division office AT 1632 A. valve train. quality customer service and teamwork as they relate to the collision repair process. battery and starting system diagnostic and repair procedures. as well as lubrication. and accessory systems. ratios. AT 1612 A.S. and preparing adjacent panels for blend. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course. * Evaluation criteria available in division office 181 .S. horn. driver information.E. tool usage.S. A specific topic is announced for each offering. emission control systems.S. * Evaluation criteria available in division office AT 1652 A.E. BRAKES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). AT 1422 GM NEW PRODUCTS I Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). the student will discuss and demonstrate competencies in power assist unit diagnosis and repair as well as wheel bearing. drum brake system. air induction systems. ignition. AUTOMOTIVE ELECTIVES I Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). Students will also be required to participate in an industry work-site learning opportunity during the Automotive Collision Program Basics course. AT 1533 NON-STRUCTURAL TRIM AND PANEL ALIGNMENT Prerequisite: AT 1513 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course covers the basics of non-structural trim and body alignment. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course. magnetism. lighting. and engine electronic systems on current General Motors vehicles. AT 1543 SURFACE PREPARATION Prerequisite: AT 1513 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course covers the development of a refinishing process plan and the implementation of this plan. the student will demonstrate specific competencies in the diagnosis and repair of ignition systems. Additionally. the student will demonstrate principles of electricity. applying metal treatment. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in the removal of paint finish. and the Right-to-Know Act. ignition. ENGINE PERFORMANCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). Students will receive an overview of the collision repair facility. seam sealers. The student will discuss and demonstrate competencies in general engine diagnosis and in cylinder head. the student will discuss and demonstrate competencies in power assist unit diagnosis and repair as well as wheel bearing. drum brake system. block sanding. The student will further discuss and demonstrate an understanding of wheel and tire diagnosis and repair. voltage and current regulation and basic circuitry as applied in automotive electrical systems to aid in general diagnosis of automotive electrical problems on current General Motors vehicles. cleaning surfaces. cooling. The student will discuss and demonstrate specific competencies in subjects not included in another ATIP automotive courses. Applications of math skills such as standard and metric measuring. engine block diagnosis and repair. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in the use of panel alignment tools. Also. and maskings. Special admission procedures required 2 CREDITS The student will discuss and demonstrate specific competencies in subject not included in other ASEP automotive courses. parking brake circuit and associated electrical circuit diagnosis and repair. exhaust. Also. which will benefit those needing additional automotive training in new technology and specialized areas. fastener applications. This course is an application of basic competencies in steering systems. Special admission procedures required 4 CREDITS The student will discuss and demonstrate competencies in general engine diagnosis and in cylinder head. AT 1334 GM BRAKES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). Students will identify refinishing systems and prepare surfaces for refinishing. which subjects will benefit students needing additional General Motors product service training in new technology and specialized areas. This course is an application of specific competencies in hydraulic system. disc brake system diagnosis and repair procedures. The course will also cover compliance with Environmental Protection Agency policies. fuel. fuel. exhaust. AT 1523 AUTOMOTIVE REFINISHING SYSTEMS AND PREPARATION Prerequisite: AT 1513 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course is designed to cover finish systems. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course. panel alignment methods for bolt panels.E. chip resistant coating.E. the student will demonstrate specific competencies in the diagnosis and repair of ignition systems. and repair procedures. battery and starting system diagnostic and repair procedures on current General Motors vehicles. ENGINE REPAIR Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). and exhaust systems. suspension systems and wheel alignment diagnosis. AT 1324 GM ENGINE PERFORMANCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M).

using air supply equipment. AT 2214 A. manual drive train and axles. base coat/clear coat. driver information. adjustment and in and off vehicle repair. automatic transmission/transaxle. which subjects will benefit students needing additional General Motors product service training in new technology and specialized areas. using spray guns. decals and strip taping. AT 2563 MINOR BODY REPAIR Prerequisite: AT 1553 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course covers metal-straightening processes and the selection and application of body surface and specialty fillers. AT 2234 A. heating and engine cooling systems and control units.E. voltage and current regulation and basic circuitry as applied in automotive electrical systems to aid in general diagnosis of automotive electrical problems. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in these areas. Special admission procedures required 4 CREDITS This course is an application of specific competencies in clutch. Additionally. and engine performance. wiper/washer. AT 2304 GM SUSPENSION AND STEERING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). certification which requires previous completion of related training. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in the repair or replacement of weld-on panels. AT 2513 EQUIPMENT AND APPLICATION Prerequisite: AT 1553 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course covers the preparation for refinishing and topcoat. suspension systems and wheel alignment diagnosis.E. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in applying different types of welds. charging. Additionally.S. and tri-coat finishes. standard transmission and transaxle.S. The students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in the plotting of solid.and/or all-wheel drive component diagnosis and repair procedures on current General Motors vehicles. heating and air conditioning. the student will demonstrate competencies in transmission/transaxle maintenance. AT 2533 TROUBLESHOOTING AND DETAILING Prerequisite: AT 1553 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course covers the identification of paint film defects and their causes and cures.E. AT 2523 TINTING AND BLENDING Prerequisite: AT 1553 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course covers the basics and characteristics of color. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in the proper utilization of tools and equipment and applying the processes of straightening. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in blending processes for single state. AT 2224 A. preparing and mixing topcoats. starting. brakes. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will apply competencies in battery. AT 2204 A. AT 2324 GM AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS AND TRANSAXLES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). 182 . AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS/TRANSAXLES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will apply specific competencies in general transmission and transaxle diagnosis. lighting. MANUAL DRIVE TRAINS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will apply specific competencies in general transmission and transaxle diagnosis. AT 2573 DOOR AND QUARTER PANEL REPLACEMENT Prerequisite: AT 1553 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course covers the removal and replacement of weldon panels. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in the replacement of glass. Special admission procedures required 4 CREDITS This course is an application of basic competencies in steering systems.E. HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will apply competencies in air conditioning system diagnosis and repair as well as diagnosis and repair of refrigeration system components.S. Special admission procedures required 2 CREDITS The student will discuss and demonstrate specific competencies in subjects not included in other ASEP automotive courses.E.S. AT 2422 GM NEW PRODUCTS II Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). drive (half) shaft and universal joint. AT 2334 GM HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M).E.S. and accessory systems.S. adjustment and repair. Additionally. AT 2101 A. body surfacing and the application of specialty fillers. adjustment and in and off vehicle repair on current General Motors vehicles. magnetism. heating and engine cooling systems and control units on current General Motors vehicles. and applying various types of topcoats. the student will demonstrate competencies in transmission/transaxle maintenance. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in body refinishing. This course is designed for individuals seeking A. AT 2593 MIG WELDING AND CUTTING Prerequisite: AT 1553 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course covers safety practices and processes in different types of welds associated with automotive sheet metal welding. and metallic color. the student will demonstrate principles of electricity. AT 2314 GM MANUAL DRIVE TRAINS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). rear axle and four.AT 2001 CAREER EXPERIENCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 1 CREDIT The student will demonstrate the ability to work effectively as a full-time employee at a sponsoring dealership and will demonstrate specified competencies and develop service skills by working and performing service and repair operations in areas related to coursework completed the preceding term. and color matching. pearl. AT 2583 AUTOMOTIVE GLASS REPLACEMENT Prerequisite: AT 1553 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course covers the removal and installation of moveable and fixed glass using the tools and processes necessary. Additionally. Enrollment may be repeated with a change in work emphasis. The student will further discuss and demonstrate an understanding of wheel and tire diagnosis and repair on current General Motors vehicles. A specific topic is announced for each offering. adjustment and in and off vehicle repair. Also covered are finish detailing as it relates to refinishing. suspension and steering. CERTIFICATION Prerequisite: (R) 1 CREDIT The student will demonstrate competencies in engine repair. horn. electrical systems. Special admission procedures required 4 CREDITS The student will apply specific competencies in general transmission and transaxle diagnosis. Special admission procedures required 4 CREDITS The student will apply competencies in air conditioning system diagnosis and repair as well as diagnosis and repair of refrigeration system components. the student will demonstrate competencies in transmission/transaxle maintenance.

In addition. AMT 1123 TECHNICAL MECHANICS AND REGULATIONS Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will relate Federal Aviation Regulations to the construction and maintenance practices of modern aircraft. lighting.S. the student will demonstrate principles of electricity.E. The student will apply competencies in air conditioning system diagnosis and repair as well as diagnosis and repair of refrigeration system components. AMT 1312 AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES I Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 2 CREDITS The student will apply knowledge of types of aircraft structure which produce lifting forces and provide powerplant support including truss and stressed skin wing construction in solving flight problems. service.S. use and care of mechanics hand and power tools and measurement devices while performing maintenance operations. service trouble-shooting and repair operations on cabin atmosphere control and instrument systems.E. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course. weight and balance and loading procedures. fuel systems. capacitance and impedance in AC systems. voltage and current regulation and basic circuitry as applied in automotive electrical systems to aid in general diagnosis of automotive electrical problems. The student will compute and observe the effects of inductance. * Evaluation criteria available in division office AT 2632 A. inspect and determine the conditions of the airframe. materials processing and testing.AT 2612 A.E. The student will check for proper operation of powerplant electrical charging/starting systems and components such as generators.S. The student will demonstrate the proper inspection. use of color and ornamentation. repair and testing of wood and laminated non-metallic structures. weighing. troubleshoot and repair the systems in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and FAA regulations. AMT 2112 AIRFRAME SYSTEMS I Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 2 CREDITS The student will apply principles of operation of aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems in properly inspecting. current. welding and metal joining procedures to make structural repairs according to FAA specifications.S. servicing.and/or allwheel drive component diagnosis and repair procedures. and instruments.E. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). Additionally. A specific topic is announced for each offering. materials selection. and will perform basic troubleshooting and aircraft battery service operations. wiper washer. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course. The student will install electrical system components and check these systems for proper operation. drive (half) shaft and universal joint. and fire protection systems to properly inspect. drive information. and accessory systems. The student will discuss and demonstrate specific competencies in subjects not included in other ATIP automotive courses. This course is an application of specific competencies in clutch. position and warning systems. and the proper selection. rear axle and four. horn. ice control and rain systems. AMT 1323 AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES II Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will assemble. AUTOMOTIVE ELECTIVES II Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). In addition. adjust and inspect rigging and verify control response for fixed wing and rotary wing flight control systems. standard transmission and transaxle. * Evaluation criteria available in division office Aviation Maintenance Technology AMT 1113 FUNDAMENTALS OF AVIATION MAINTENANCE Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will identify shop and hangar safety hazards and methods of preventing human injury and equipment damage. construct basic electrical circuits and perform circuit analysis using electrical diagrams and measuring instruments. which will benefit those needing additional automotive training in new technology and specialized areas. The student will be introduced to modern electric control devices such as logic circuit components and digital electronics. 183 . AMT 1135 POWERPLANT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) AT 1212 Basic Aviation Electronics 5 CREDITS The student will practice installation procedures of powerplant electrical components. charging. and demonstrate proper soldering. interpret and follow maintenance publications and demonstrate proper record keeping practices for aircraft maintenance. will extract information from blueprints. The student will apply competencies in battery. AMT 2122 AIRFRAME SYSTEMS II Prerequisite: (R) 2 CREDITS The student will apply principles of operation and limitations associated with communication and navigation systems. * Evaluation criteria available in division office AT 2642 A. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS/TRANSAXLES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). the student will inspect. proportions. The student will apply specific competencies in general transmission and transaxle diagnosis. and repairing landing gear and aircraft brake systems. the student will demonstrate proper inspection. The student will also demonstrate proper group handling operations. AMT 1212 BASIC AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS Prerequisite: (R) 2 CREDITS The student will use basic electricity laws and formulas to calculate and measure voltage. The student will identify basic aircraft parts. AT 2622 A. The student will service these systems and learn to perform repairs to system components. Additionally. controls. *Evaluation criteria available in division office AT 2652 A. starting.E. and will describe modern aircraft structural materials. its systems and components. * Evaluation criteria available in division office AMT 1125 AIRFRAME ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) AT 1212 Basic Aviation Electronics 5 CREDITS The student will develop a high degree of proficiency in troubleshooting complex aircraft electrical systems. sheet metal structures and fabric and fiberglass aircraft coverings in accordance with FAA standards. MANUAL DRIVE TRAINS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). power and resistance in AC and DC electrical systems. magnetism. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course. and correct deficiencies in meeting requirements for registration makings. heating and engine cooling systems and control units. HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). alternators and starters. by Evaluation* 2 CREDITS This is an individual-paced (IP) course. schematics and charts.S. the student will demonstrate competencies in transmission/ transaxle maintenance and adjustments.

bleed air. maintenance and repair operations including removal. construction and maintenance of modern gas turbine engines including turbo jet. inspection. (This course is generally offered spring only. exhaust and lubricating systems in accordance with manufacturer’s maintenance manuals. BF 2113 LAW AND BANKING I Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS The student will apply various principles of the legal system to financial transactions that include consumer protection. instrument. airport management including facilities. 3 CREDITS This course covers the complex organizations. The student will clean. An overview of aviation regulations and the regulatory process is included. AVM 2413 AVIATION MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: Prerequisite or Corequisite if needed. (This course is generally offered fall only. turbo prop and turbo shaft engines. Local. Responsibilities and liabilities of public and private air carriers. rigging and the performance of 100-hour inspections. business organization.) BF 2123 ANALYZING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). the organization and the operations of the commercial financial industry and explain the impact of these fundamental financial concepts on today’s economy. Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) and advisory circulars. Using information associated with these time periods. 184 . fixed-based operations. AMT 2323 JET TURBINE POWERPLANT II Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate proper procedures for determining turbine engine conformity and performing air-worthiness inspections. documents of title. anti-ice. installation. disassembly. the student will demonstrate proper procedures for the inspection.) * Evaluation criteria available in division office Aviation Management AVM 1103 HISTORY OF AVIATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS This course presents the History of aviation from its earliest beginnings to the latest trends in the industry. long-term financial strengths and asset utilization. installations. May be repeated with a change of topic. AMT 2312 JET TURBINE POWERPLANT I Prerequisite: (R) 2 CREDITS The student will relate the theory and operation of the turbine engines to the design. stator vane. In addition.AMT 2213 RECIPROCATING ENGINES I Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will relate the historical development of the reciprocating engine to the theory and operations of modern radial and horizontally opposed aircraft engines. reassemble and test aircraft reciprocating engines and associated induction. A specific topic is announced for each offering. funds flow analysis. but which are beneficial to students wanting a greater understanding of banking functions. servicing and repair of fuel metering and ignition systems and will inspect. Banking and Finance BF 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 1-4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies in subjects not covered in other banking courses. and management of aviation organizations including airports and air service organizations. and the sale of both personal and real property. and the socioeconomic effect of airports and the airline industry on the communities they serve. BF 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) 1-4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies in selected topics related to the operational management of financial institutions not covered in other courses. cooling. the student will outline and describe major trends in the development of the aviation industry. Students will describe the major functions of the federal air traffic control process. from enactment of laws through judicial decisions applying those laws. operation. rigging and 100-hour inspections. ACCT 2113 or by Evaluation* 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate the use of the tools and techniques necessary for the evaluation of the financial condition and operating performance of business in the areas of short-term liquidity and solvency. repair. personnel. aviation safety practices and human factors. inspect. exhaust and lubricating systems in accordance with manufacturer’s manuals and Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) and advisory circulars. AVM 2123 AVIATION LAW ISSUES Prerequisite: Prerequisite or Corequisite if needed. The student will perform proper cleaning. BF 1333 CONSUMER LENDING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will apply credit evaluation collection policies and procedures. disassemble. and financial statement analysis to direct and indirect installment lending and installment credit department operations. BF 1303 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will trace the history. but which are beneficial to students wanting a greater understanding of these functions. cooling. 3 CREDITS Students will describe the development and application of aviation law. ignition. the student will explain the regulatory constraints as they pertain to deposit-taking operations and deposited-funds management. organization. troubleshoot service and repair turbine powerplant related systems such as fuel and metering. troubleshooting. The student will also use instruments and other methods to inspect. (This course is generally offered fall only. May be repeated with a change of topic. AMT 2222 RECIPROCATING ENGINES II Prerequisite: (R) 2 CREDITS The student will demonstrate proper procedures for power plant inspection. repair and reassembly procedures on gas turbine engines and associated inlet. fire protection and turbine propeller systems in accordance with FAA and manufacturer’s standards. A specific topic is announced for each offering. turbo fan. AVM 1113 INTRODUCTION OF AVIATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will be introduced to an overview of the Department of Aviation Technology and its curricula as well as an overview of the aviation industry and associated careers.) BF 1413 DEPOSIT OPERATIONS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS After a study of government banking regulations and environmental factors that affect bank deposit operations. balance and maintain fixed and variable pitch propellers in accordance with FAA and manufacturer’s standards. troubleshooting and maintenance including engine removal. federal and international laws forming the present legal structure and possible future.

evolution. They use PERL along with web server concepts to create web sites with database interactivity. (This course is generally offered spring only. Students will demonstrate knowledge of biological systematics. ecology. Laboratory work is an integral part of the course. (This course is generally offered spring only. BINFO 2013 Bioinformatics and Databases 3 CREDITS Students are introduced to the PERL programming language. which includes ethics. BINFO 2113 BIOINFORMATICS PROGRAMMING IN PERL Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). BINFO 2013 Bioinformatics and Databases. structure. letters of credit. paleontology. MATH 2013 Introduction to Statistics 3 CREDITS Students are introduced to internet databases and methods in bioinformatics. (This course is generally offered fall only. Biological Science BIO 0123 CONCEPTS IN SCIENCE (BIOLOGY EMPHASIS) Prerequisite: (R). systems and the study of living organisms. GenEd Requirement BIO 1224 TECHNICAL HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) 4 CREDITS Using a variety of instructional methodologies such lecture.BF 2213 LAW AND BANKING II Prerequisite: (R) (W). and it is not transferrable to other institutions. discuss and correctly apply fundamental biological principles influencing his or her personal relationship with other living things. BINFO 2213 BIOINFORMATICS PRACTICUM Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). This course is not equivalent to BIO 1314-Human Anatomy and Physiology I. organs and systems. court decisions. the examination of basic structural characteristics of cells.) BF 2383 BANK MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student. through study and role play.) BF 2483 INTRODUCTION TO COMMERCIAL LENDING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate a mastery of the procedures of the lending process. Students will use all techniques learned in BINFO 1011. This course is also designed to prepare the student for a college level biology course. BIO 1314 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). The course will help the student develop an understanding of basic biological concepts from the cell to the Scientific Method. tissues. Enrollment in BIO 0123 is based upon the student’s performance on the appropriate placement test 3 CREDITS This course is designed to satisfy the College entrance requirement for those students who did not take a life science course in high school. GenEd Requirement BIO 1114 GENERAL BIOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS Through the investigation of the chemical basis of life. laboratory. Students will complete the same lab exercises that are in the General Biology course. tissues. GenEd Requirement BIO 1204 HISTORY OF LIFE ON EARTH Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS This course includes a one hour lab and field experience. as well as current trends in bioinformatics careers and applications. the student will be able to recognize. and check collection processes. It is not open to science majors or those who have completed a laboratory based biology course. They will explore the field of bioinformatics in a comprehensive overview. BINFO 1011 Introduction to Bioinformatics. organs. or a capstone experience at OCCC. and appropriate software tools to align and compare sequences and to model protein structures. BF 2113 3 CREDITS The student will apply statutes. systems and the study of living organisms. tissues. vertebrate anatomy. and control to the interrelationship of various bank departments as they apply to bank management. 185 . will demonstrate the ability to apply the principles of planning. discuss and correctly apply fundamental biological principles influencing his or her personal relationship with other living things. organs. and administrative regulations to make decisions about secured transactions. Students will apply these concepts to the origin and evolution of the major groups of living things on Earth. and 2113 in a work setting. the examination of basic structural characteristics of cells. and describe the application of basic nutritional principles to the planning of normal and special dietary regimens. then the student is responsible for contacting the transfer institution and verifying that the institution will accept this course prior to enrolling in BIO 1023. its cells. the student will be able to discuss the composition of nutrients and accessory factors required for human nutrition.) BIO 1011 GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB Prerequisite: Any BIO non-laboratory course except BIO 1023. BINFO 2013 BIOINFORMATICS TOOLS AND DATABASES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). They will learn to use genomic and protein databases. BIO 1113 GENERAL BIOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Through the investigation of the chemical basis of life. and several topics within geology. BIO 1114. and multimedia. relate their roles in human health and disease. GenEd Requirement. BIO 1023 INTRODUCTORY NUTRITION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Upon completion of this course. the application of regulations to commercial lending and portfolio management as it relates to the commercial lending function. An adequate biology placement test score or BIO 0123 or a college-level biological science class 4 CREDITS Through a systematic study of the structure and function of the human body. Laboratory work which may require dissection is an integral and required part of the course. Bioinformatics BINFO 1011 INTRODUCTION TO BIOINFORMATICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 1 CREDIT Students are introduced to the field of bioinformatics. the student will identify and describe basic anatomical structures and fundamental physiological processes that occur in health and disease for the major body systems. BINFO 2113 Bioinformatics Programming in PERL 3 CREDITS Students gain practical experience in the field of bioinformatics through an internship at an affiliated business or university research center. and BIO 1203 1 CREDIT This course is designed for students needing laboratory experience to complete their General Education biology requirements. Students focus on the practical use of bioinformatics tools and databases to explore genomes and proteomes in applied problem spaces. Laboratory work is an integral and required part of the course. NOTE: If the student intends or attempts to transfer these credits to another institution. 2013. tissues and organ-systems identifying the basic anatomical structures and physiological processes that occur in the human body. the student will be able to recognize. the student will conduct a systematic study of the structure and function of the cells.

evaluating. structure. BIO 2215 with a C or better. sophomore standing. discussion groups and selected readings provide the basis for understanding basic ecological principles as they apply to major issues. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. the student will be able to describe mechanisms of heredity and the relationship of genetics to disease. high school AP Biology exam score of 3 or better. Laboratory work which may require dissection is an integral and required part of the course. endocrine and nervous control. physician’s associate. digestion. Students will be able to discuss and correctly apply evolutionary. anatomy. BIO 2255 HUMAN ANATOMY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). BIO 2114 GENERAL BOTANY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS Through a systematic survey of major plant groups. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the mechanisms of cellular processes. Laboratory work which may require dissection is an integral and required part of the course. the student will identify and contrast vertebrate morphology and discuss its evolutionary significance. BIO 2215 or Equivalent 4 CREDITS Through an investigation of early development. metabolism. The student will demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of pathology. and ecological characteristics which exist within each of these groups. Laboratory dissection of human cadavers is required. One biology and one chemistry course each with a laboratory included 4 CREDITS The student will discuss major systems of the human body. classification and life cycles to explain evolutionary relationships of plants to each other and their economic importance to man. nursing. BIO 1314 4 CREDITS With Human Anatomy & Physiology I as a foundation. and selected fields. energetics. BIO 2215 GENERAL ZOOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). pharmacy. GenEd Requirement BIO 2125 MICROBIOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). Emphases are on cellular chemistry. including bacteria. an OCCC Biology Placement Test Score of 70% or better. BIO 1514 MICROBIOLOGY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). Individual and group projects. Laboratory work is an integral component of this course. Through the use of models. host/ parasite relationships. reproduction and differentiation. Four credits of college biological science and any college-level chemistry course 5 CREDITS The student will be introduced to the biological requirements and activities of microorganisms which influence their roles as integral components of the ecosystem. BIO 2234 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). muscles. science education. BIO 1314 4 CREDITS This course is designed as an overview of microbiology as related to the health care profession. BIO 2343 GENETICS AND MAN Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Through a study of genetic principles. inheritance. muscle action. BIO 1114 or CHEM 1115 with a “C” or better. ecology and evolution. genetics. Emphasis will be placed on diseases caused by microorganisms. phylogeny and anatomical characteristics of various vertebrate species. GenEd Requirement BIO 2203 CELL BIOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). Four credit hours of General Biology or higher biology course. Open only to majors in physical education. rickettsiae. an ACT science score of 22 or better. the student will demonstrate his or her ability to apply principles of plant structure and function. anatomical. Laboratory work which may require dissection is an integral and required part of the course. characterizing and identifying common microorganisms. fungi and protozoa. dental hygiene. and suggesting possible solutions to environmental problems relating to man’s manipulation of and role in the biosphere. functions of organelles and processes. A specific topic is announced for each time of offering. GenEd Requirement BIO 2403 ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). and control of nosocomial infections. virus. BIO 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) The student will demonstrate specified VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS competencies in subject areas not covered in other biological science courses. BIO 2324 COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY Prerequisite: (R). Models and prosected cadavers will be utilized to enrich the student’s understanding of these systems. GenEd Requirement 186 . occupational therapy. the student will advance his or her study of the structure and function of the human body and will identify and describe more detailed anatomical structures and more comprehensive physiological processes that occur in health through a systematic survey of the major body systems. epidemiology and immunology in addition to performing basic laboratory techniques for isolating. 3 CREDITS Students will be introduced to the basic features of cells and methods of studying them. behavioral. but which are beneficial in providing a better understanding of the field. This course may not be applied for Biology major credit. Laboratory work which requires dissection is an integral and required part of this course. Laboratory work which may require dissection is an integral and required part of the course. Primary concentration will be on the pathogenic microorganisms.BIO 1414 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). Laboratory work which may require dissection is an integral and required part of the course. aseptic technique. physiology. contrast functional and regulatory activities of each and identify factors influencing homeostasis. physical therapy. the student will recognize the relative influences and interrelationships between circulation. and by evaluation 5 CREDITS The course involves the study of the development and gross morphology of the human body and its systems. and nerves as related to the areas of occupational and physical therapy. taxonomic. kidney function. BIO 1113. evolution and contemporary social problems. Assessment required prior to enrollment 3 CREDITS The student will discuss and correctly apply fundamental ecological principles as a basis for understanding. 5 CREDITS General Zoology provides a systematic investigation of the major protistan and animal groups. BIO 2215 or Equivalent 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate knowledge of invertebrate animals with relationship to their taxonomy. GedEd Requirement BIO 2224 INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). BIO 2102 CLINICAL ANATOMY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). PTA and OTA students only 2 CREDITS This course is designed to strengthen the student’s knowledge of human anatomy in the areas of bones. and reproduction of other systems and the organism as a whole. physiological. and any college level chemistry course. life history. respiration.

This course is intended only for certain majors leading to an Associate in Applied Science (Technical-Occupational) degree. quantify and partially purify proteins with a variety of methods. discussion groups and selected readings provide the basis for understanding basic ecological principles as they apply to major issues. BUS 2023 BUSINESS STATISTICS Prerequisite: (R). interferon. resumes. plasmid preps. Laboratory work which may require dissection is an integral and required part of the course. sterilize. * Evaluation criteria available in division office 187 . chi-square. accounting and finance. BIOT 2933. taxation. regression and correlation. Individual and group projects. and developing interpersonal skills. CHEM 1215 3 CREDITS Students become familiar with recombinant DNA techniques and gene expression. quantify. operate and monitor the fermenter and then recover and purify protein products. BIOT 2352 IMMUNOLOGY Prerequisite: (W) (M). 2 CREDITS The student will use a biofermenter to grow and monitor cells on a laboratory scale that simulates the large-scale production used in industry. 1 CREDIT The student will learn to successfully maintain mammalian culture cells in a healthy uncontaminated state for an extended period of time. May be repeated with a change of topic. letters. and use mathematical concepts in solving everyday business problems in operations. and autoclave. Biotechnology BIOT 1011 SURVEY OF BIOTECHNOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) The student will explore the field of biotechnology in a 1 CREDIT comprehensive overview. BUS 2000 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION Prerequisite: (R) VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will participate in a work situation related to his or her career and/or immediate job entry program. Students will clean. and complement.BIO 2404 ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). BIOT 2823 3 CREDITS The student will characterize. BIOT 2843 ADVANCED NUCLEIC ACID LABORATORY Prerequisite: (W) BIOT 2823 3 CREDITS Students build on the skills learned in Biotechnology Laboratory I to explore more advanced DNA and RNA techniques. BIOT 2921. freezing cells. BIO 2125 2 CREDITS The student will discuss the nonspecific and specific immune systems of the human organism. Immunochemistry will be examined including ELISA and Western Blot. trade. and use equipment for solution preparation such as the analytical balance. and bioinformatics will be included. amplify. BUS 1323 MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS CAREERS Prerequisite: (R). testing hypotheses. College biology. pH meter. use calculations required for solution preparation. Corequisite: BIO 2125 2 CREDITS The student will prepare media and solutions. descriptive measures. polymerase chain reaction. MATH 0033 or adequate Math Placement Test Score. BIOT 2921 CELL CULTURE METHODS Prerequisite: (W) (M). Principles of upstream and downstream processing in the manufacture of a protein product using current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) and following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will be emphasized. 3 CREDITS Students receive 320 hours of practical experience at one of the affiliated corporations or a university research facility. Course content includes writing memoranda. delivering oral presentations. inoculate. BUS 2033 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION Prerequisite: (R) (W). and analysis of variance. and bringing up frozen cells. Experience with electrophoresis. and field-trips. transfer. natural killer cells. Course topics will include antigen-antibody interaction. and purify DNA. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are emphasized. BIOT 2933 and BIOT 2921 will be applied in an actual research setting to give the student more experience while learning practical applications for laboratory procedures. cell-mediated immunity. Course topics will include ethics. evaluating. either within the last year. reports. CHEM 1115. BUS 1013 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will become familiar with the economic and social setting of business in the world and the structure of business and management of human and fiscal resources. MATH 2013 or MATH 1513. BIOT 2933 BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY II Prerequisite: (W) (M). monitoring cell growth. BIOT 2823 BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY I Prerequisite: (W). and suggesting possible solutions to environmental problems relating to man’s manipulation of and role in the biosphere. ENGL 1113 or by Evaluation* 3 CREDITS Business Communication is a survey course of communication skills needed in the business environment. The course will include making cell culture media. Business BUS 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) The student will become familiar with VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS subjects not covered in other business courses but which are beneficial to students wanting a greater understanding of the business cycle. Assessment required prior to enrollment 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate his or her ability to discuss and correctly apply fundamental ecological principles as a basis for understanding. The techniques learned in BIOT 2823. MATH 0123 or equivalent or adequate Math Placement Test Score 3 CREDITS The student will solve problems applying the concepts of random sampling. BIOT 1022 MEDIA AND SOLUTION PREPARATION Prerequisite: (W) (M). Corequisite: BIO 2343. Development of these skills is integrated with the use of technology. BIOT 2993 BIOTECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP Prerequisite: (W) (M). identify. GenEd Requirement BIOT 2942 BIOMANUFACTURING Prerequisite: (W) (M) BIOT 2823 and BIOT 2933. elementary probability. seminars. and electronic messages. BIOT 1022. select for. Students work with genomic and plasmid DNA. characterize. A specific subject is announced for each time of offering. current trends in biotechnology careers and research through demonstrations. The student will be able to demonstrate an understanding of these concepts as they are related to American business operations and public policy. BIO 2125. 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate the ability to use basic mathematical processes.

Laboratory experience is an integral part of the course. states of matter. electrochemistry. Students will gain experience in applied research in a real-world setting and will help produce or improve a product or process. with a grade of “C” or better. separate. CHEM 1215 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II Prerequisite: (R) (W). Upon completion of this course. labor law. the nature of solutions. Assessment required prior to enrollment or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS This course is designed to satisfy the entrance deficiencies of students who did not take an appropriate physical science course in high school. GenEd Requirement CHEM 1131 PRINCIPLES OF LABORATORY CHEMISTRY Prerequisite: Prerequisite or Corequisite: (R) (W). and some basic elements of organic and biochemistry. pharmacy. the student will be able to discuss such fundamental concepts of chemistry as atomic structure and the periodic table. pharmacy. electrochemistry and elementary organic chemistry. nuclear energy. radiation therapy. CHEM 1115 and either MATH 1513 or MATH 1533. Students will demonstrate a knowledge of basic chemical concepts and mathematical principles of chemistry. electrolytes. Students will master the fundamental concept of structure. BUS 2073 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE WORKPLACE Prerequisite: (R) (W). and reactions of aliphatic compound along with selected reaction mechanisms. MATH 1513 or MATH 1533 or both MATH 0123 and High School Chemistry or CHEM 0123 or CHEM 1123 5 CREDITS Upon completion of this course. GenEd Requirement CHEM 2114 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I Prerequisite: (R) (W). and veterinary medicine. chemical elements and compounds. thermodynamics. and to prepare students to enter and succeed in General Chemistry I. agency. MATH 1233 or MATH 1613 4 CREDITS This is a course designed primarily for technical career programs. Students will master common laboratory techniques used to synthesize. Credit hours awarded are dependent upon number of hours worked. metabolism. 4 CREDITS This course is the first of a two-semester sequence of Organic Chemistry for science and chemical engineering majors as well as students seeking to enter the fields of medicine. thermodynamics. and characterize organic compounds. CHEM 1123 1 CREDIT The student will apply basic chemical theory in a laboratory setting and will complete laboratory data sheets and write laboratory reports in a standard scientific format. the student will relate selected chemical principles to blood. structure and bonding. acid-base phenomena. and the reaction mechanism of the principal functional CHEM 2990 CHEMICAL RESEARCH INTERNSHIP Prerequisite: CHEM 1115 and Evaluation by Internship Coordinator. law and ethics. MATH 0123 3 CREDITS A course designed for students having no previous instruction in chemistry or for whom the formal study of chemistry will terminate with this experience. 2 CREDIT HOURS This laboratory course is intended for science and chemical engineering majors as well as students seeking to enter the fields of medicine. GenEd Requirement CHEM 1115 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I Prerequisite: (R) (W). chemical bonding. pharmacy.BUS 2043 BUSINESS ETHICS Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Student will explore standards of honesty and honorable human conduct in the world of business. 4 CREDITS This course is the second of a two-semester sequence of Organic Chemistry for science and chemical engineering majors as well as students seeking to enter the fields of medicine. 5 CREDITS This is a continuation of Chemistry 1115. Upon completion of this course. states of matter and acid base phenomena. negligence. CD 1121 THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL Prerequisite: (R) (W) 1 CREDIT This course will introduce students to the Child Development profession and program as well as the fields of child development and early childhood education. Laboratory experience is an integral part of the course. Students will demonstrate knowledge in court systems. environmental measurements and instrumentation. The student will demonstrate a basic knowledge of the periodicity of the elements. and the significance of carbon and some other elements to life itself. CHEM 1103 CHEMISTRY AROUND US Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS A course designed for students having no previous training in chemistry or for whom the study of chemistry will terminate with this experience. Laboratory experience is an integral part of the course. and employment discrimination. reactions. focusing on how people’s plans and intentions affect others. classroom organization. and other related topics. the student will be able to apply chemical concepts and techniques to solve technical problems in the areas of chemistry. Students will master the concepts of structural theory. and care of infants and toddlers. Upon completion of this course. dentistry. CHEM 2124 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II Prerequisite: (R) (W). radioactivity and nuclear chemistry. the student will be able to apply the principles and theories of chemistry to interpret fundamental chemical phenomena and predict the results of chemical reactions. dentistry. purify. 1-3 CREDITS Students work ten to sixteen weeks in an approved research facility under the supervision of an on-site mentor on a full-time or part-time basis. The student will demonstrate a knowledge of kinetics. the 188 Child Development CD 1113 BASIC CHILD CARE I Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students preparing for Early Childhood Professional Level I. legal reasoning. ENGL 1113 and POLSC 1113 3 CREDITS Students will study the American Legal System and how it applies to the workplace. The student will acquire basic knowledge about health and safety. Chemistry CHEM 0123 FUNDAMENTAL CHEMICAL PRINCIPLES Prerequisite: (R). GenEd Requirement CHEM 1144 TECHNICAL CHEMISTRY Prerequisite: (R) (W). Laboratory work is an integral part of the course. nature of solutions. The student will demonstrate an ability to apply the knowledge by working in a child care center a minimum of 100 hours under the instructor’s supervision. The student will demonstrate a basic knowledge of structure and bonding. CHEM 1215. . GenEd Requirement CHEM 1123 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY Prerequisite: (R) (W). civil procedure. functional groups. fluids. CHEM 2122 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Prerequisite: (R) (W) CHEM 2114 with a grade of “C” or better. and veterinary medicine. A grade of “C” or better in CHEM 1115 is strongly recommended. torts. CHEM 2114 with a grade of “C” or better. This course may be repeated at the same site or a different approved internship site with permission of the Internship Coordinator. and veterinary medicine.. dentistry. toxins.

The laboratory portion of the course involves direct interaction with children in the campus Child Development Center and Laboratory School. CD 2623 SUPERVISED LABORATORY Prerequisite: (R) (W) ENGL 1113 Earned at least a ‘C’ in CD 2333. The course will recognize the major theories of human development as they apply to children. and select developmentally appropriate materials. The student will demonstrate knowledge of the language and literacy development and learning needs of young children. plan and executes activities in all curriculum areas. including how these foundations influence current thought and practice. and evaluate an integrated curriculum that focuses on children’s needs and interests and takes into account culturally valued content and children’s home experiences. CD 1133 ADVANCED CHILD CARE I Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students preparing for the Early Childhood Professional Level II. CD 2363 3 CREDITS This course will focus specifically on the cognitive. and creative activities. equipment. CD 2363 BEHAVIOR AND GUIDANCE OF YOUNG CHILDREN Prerequisite: (R) (W) Earned at least a “C” in CD 2153 & CD 2113 for Child Development majors or by evaluation 3 CREDITS This course presents the theoretical basis for the use of positive. implement. and budgeting. CD 2113 INTRODUCTION TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS This course will identify patterns of the physical. nutritional diets. Other field study is expected as well. Students must meet pre-laboratory requirements. INFANT/TODDLER DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM Prerequisite: (R) (W) ENGL 1113 Earned at least a ‘C’ in CD 2113. The student will acquire advanced knowledge about growth and development from birth through eight years. CD 2333 and CD 2353 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students preparing to teach children fewer than six years of age. 189 CD 2713 . The course contains a laboratory component. CD 2632/3 CHILD DEVELOPMENT FIELDWORK Prerequisite: (R) (W) ENGL 1113 Earned at least a ‘C’ in CD 2533 2-3 CREDITS This course is designed for students preparing to teach children fewer than six years of age. The laboratory portion of the course involves direct interaction with children in the campus Child Development Center and Laboratory School. and interact with staff on a professional level. and long-term curriculum for infants. The student will demonstrate an ability to apply the knowledge by working in a child care center a minimum of 100 hours under the instructor’s supervision. CD 2353 CHILD HEALTH. CD 2153 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS This course explores the early childhood profession and its multiple historical. evaluate. The student will demonstrate an ability to apply the knowledge by working in a child care center a minimum of 100 hours under the instructor’s supervision. CD 2153. CD 2353. The laboratory portion of the course involves direct interaction with children in the campus Child Development Center and Laboratory School. Students must meet pre-laboratory requirements. Earned at least a “C” in CD 2113. CD 2333 INTEGRATED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT I Prerequisite: (R) (W). CD 2533 INTEGRATED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT II Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) ENGL 1113 Earned at least a “C” in CD 2113. CD 2153 3 CREDITS This course discusses how to create. and will complete appropriate plans or designs for one or more of the following: learning programs. The student will acquire advanced knowledge about growth and development from birth through eight years. Students will provide for children’s health and safety. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the teacher’s relationship and ethical responsibility to children’s families. Students must meet pre-laboratory requirements. guidance. and environments that support children’s early learning. CD 2443 LANGUAGE & LITERACY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN Prerequisite: (R) (W) CD 2113 and CD 2153 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students preparing to teach children fewer than six years of age. guide their behavior. constructive child guidance and discipline techniques in programs serving children. Students will also demonstrate knowledge of the teacher’s relationship and ethical responsibility to children’s families. The student will demonstrate skills in planning and presenting activities for children in the areas of language and literacy.CD 1123 BASIC CHILD CARE II Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students preparing for the Early Childhood Professional Level I. safety. toddlers and preschool age children of all abilities in group early care and education settings. The course contains a laboratory component. The course contains a laboratory component. It provides the opportunity to plan. The student will acquire advanced knowledge about health and safety. creative activities. The laboratory portion of the course involves direct interaction with children in the campus Child Development Center and Laboratory School. CD 2213 CHILD AND FAMILY IN SOCIETY Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS This course emphasizes promoting optimum development and support of families and children within various settings and the larger community. intellectual and emotional/psycho-social development of children. CD 2153 3 CREDITS This course explores the identification and implementation of best practices for health. CD 1153 ADVANCED CHILD CARE II Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students preparing for the Early Childhood Professional Level II. and social foundations. CD 2333. and creative activities. and nutrition of young children in a variety of early childhood settings. toddlers and preschool age children of all abilities in group early age and education settings. salesmanship. Students must meet prelaboratory requirements. By evaluation VARIABLE 1-6 CREDITS The student will identify patterns of child growth and development. CD 2153. philosophical. classroom organization. Attention will focus on the consequential care required for infants/toddlers in early care and education settings. CD 2353 3 CREDITS This course is designed for students planning to teach children under the age of six years. community relations. weekly. Students will demonstrate the ability to plan daily. Students will work a minimum of 96 clock hours at the Oklahoma City Community College Child Development Center and Laboratory School. management activities. psychosocial. Earned at least a “C” in CD 2113. The course contains a laboratory component. communicate with children’s families. CD 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). and care of infants and toddlers. The student will demonstrate an ability to apply the knowledge by working in a child care center a minimum of 100 hours under the instructor’s supervision. and physical development of the child from conception up to age 3. SAFETY AND NUTRITION Prerequisite: (R) (W). Students must meet pre-laboratory requirements. Students will demonstrate the ability to use assessment effectively and plan curriculum on both a day-to-day and longterm basis for infants. guidance.

investigators. sponsors. The student will be learn the process involved in grant applications. CRC 1503 CLINICAL TRIALS AND RESEARCH INTERNSHIP I Prerequisite: CRC 1203. ethics. and develop the skills to design data collection forms. collection issues. CRC 1112 VITAL SIGNS AND VENIPUNCTURE Prerequisite: BIO 1414 2 CREDITS The student will 1) successfully measure blood pressure. Clinical Research Coordinator CRC 1103 INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL RESEARCH Prerequisite: CRC 2313 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate knowledge of the history of human subject research. procedures and organizational techniques used in the development and management of personnel including employment practices. Earned at least a ‘C’ in CD 2113. side effects. hormones. CRC 2103 CLINICAL RESEARCH DESIGN Prerequisite: CRC 1203. quality assurance. BIO 1414 3 CREDITS The student will correctly spell names of major drugs. diversity. data confidentiality and security. CRC 2003 CLINICAL DATABASE APPLICATIONS Prerequisite: CRC 1103 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate mastery of the concepts of clinical research data management systems. compare federal versus international guidelines for clinical research and discuss conflict of interest issues. understand informed consent and the role of the Internal Review Board. compensation. and budget design. respiratory drugs. discussion. CD 2363. Each course will cover a specific topic and may be repeated with a change in content. CRC 2313 4 CREDITS The student will gain work six to eight weeks in an approved clinical research facility under the supervision of an on-site mentor on a fulltime or part-time basis. diuretics. CRC 1303 CLINICAL TRIALS AND RESEARCH REGULATIONS Prerequisite: CRC 1103 3 CREDITS The student will receive and overview of federal and international guidelines governing clinical research and drug trials. CD 2353. and trade and generic names. master the rules for writing protocols. training. . regulators. and identify vulnerable populations. participant eligibility. CD 2333. CD 2353. insurance. and 4) utilize universal precautions for handling biological materials. CRC 1303 3 CREDITS Through study. orientation. and leadership. accurate preparation of case reports. and responsibilities of clinical research organizations. CRC 1303 3 CREDITS Students will acquire a basic knowledge of research design methodologies. define human subject protection guidelines. financial policies and procedures. and site evaluations. CD 2833 CD 2813 will be demonstrated in an actual clinical research setting. giving the student exposure to a real-world setting while learning practical applications.EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: (R) (W) Earned at least a ‘C’ in CD 2113. study initiation. CRC 2203 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY Prerequisite: CHEM 1123. related federal and state legislation and regulations. AHP 1013 3 CREDITS The student will utilize critical thinking models to understand the dynamic aspects of human health and disease processes. The student will identify and complete required regulatory forms. fund raising. responsibilities of the Internal Review Board and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). and the community. The student will develop a foundational knowledge of the pathogenesis and clinical manifestation of disease in order to work effectively with subject data and communicate with other clinical research professionals. CD 2363. understand ethical issues involved in research protocol design. Emphasis will be placed on defining process flow and interactions with Institutional Review Boards. CD 2333. and gastrointestinal agents CRC 2313 CLINICAL PROTOCOL DESIGN Prerequisite: CRC 1203. operation and management. and classroom activities the student will identify different research designs. advocacy. Students will examine the principles. 3) perform human tissue and fluid storage procedures. roles of the clinical research teams. CRC 1203 MEDICAL ETHICS AND CLIENT CARE Prerequisite: CRC 1103 3 CREDITS The student will be able to describe the fundamentals of ethical principles involving human research subjects. The student will identify and discuss the purpose of nutritional products. and government programs and their relationships to financial management of early care and education programs. documentation requirements. CRC 2003. cardiovascular agents. employee/employer relations. 2) draw intravenous blood. Topics learned in the classroom 190 Communications COM 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies in subjects not covered in other communications courses. evolution of rules protecting human subjects. CRC 2113 CLINICAL RESEARCH SITE MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: CRC 1103 3 CREDITS The student will acquire a basic knowledge of research site organization. CRC 2213 PHARMACOLOGY FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH Prerequisite: CHEM 1123. CD 2153. CRC 1303 3 CREDITS Students will shadow clinical research teams for four weeks at a private or university clinical research facility. CRC 2113. customer service. diabetes medications. data organization and presentation. This internship combines topics from all courses in the clinical research program and presents them in a clinical research setting. clinical trial phases. site visit and audit preparation. BIO 1414. Other content will include governmental regulations as they pertain to budgets. adverse event documentation. including Good Clinical Practices and International Council on Harmonization guidelines. ENGL 1113 3 CREDITS This course is for individuals wishing to improve their management skills with personnel working in early care and education programs. An emphasis will be placed on understanding of research organization compliance. CD 2153. and temperature. Students will have practical experience utilizing guidelines and tools for creating budgets as well as other financial issues pertinent to the field. pulse rate. employee assessment and evaluation. CRC 2504 CLINICAL TRIALS AND RESEARCH INTERNSHIP II Prerequisite: CRS 2103. EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER FINANCIAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). ENGL 1113 3 CREDITS This course is for individuals wishing to improve their skills in designing and managing budgets and financial plans for early care and education programs. place major drugs into correct therapeutic categories and identify indications. blood modifiers.

COM 2213 INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Given the principles of effective listening and speaking. design cycles. The Student will discuss and demonstrate various manufacturing. and field survey experiences. Through analysis and example the student will learn why people play games. The student will demonstrate the ability to define 3D workspaces and viewing positions. analysis of communication models and nonverbal communication. This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement. The student will also develop rendered bitmap images and use them in professional drawings. style. The student will study conventional patterns of written material in order to improve comprehension and retention. the student will apply the principles of invention. study reading. use and development of computer-aided design documents by correctly creating. Option will be placed on timing. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. The student will learn the history of the industry and its continuing trends. architectural and engineering problems. editing and printing of 2D computer-aided design documents. the game interface. assembly. business and professional speaking. After being exposed to public. small groups. organization. vocabulary. behaviors and proper application of materials used in manufacturing and construction. CAT 1253 CAD 3D MODELING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement. applying understanding to the major types of interpersonal communication problems in the work environment and in daily human relations. the student will demonstrate comprehension of the principles of oral interpretation of literature. Architectural and Multimedia. data. Using a drag and drop system. reflecting national. CAT 1043 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will learn basic concepts of the properties. manufacturing. emphasizing an understanding of the author’s meaning along with implementing techniques for the communication of that meaning to an audience. and techniques used to accomplish GIS projects. The student must attest to his or her ability to understand the principles of interpersonal communication with emphasis on dyads. The student will demonstrate his or her understanding of the structure. CAT 1323 191 . handling and finishing processes. This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement. CAT 1313 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS (GPS) Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate the ability to use GPS technology for collecting. and delivery through practical exercises and will use the principles of rhetorical criticism in discussing speeches delivered in class. The student will be introduced to introductory content on typical business and technical applications. the student will assimilate those skills into his or her physical and psychological worlds. construction and quality assurance involved in the solutions of a variety of engineering and architectural problems. performance and creativity. CAT 1023 EVOLUTION OF GAME TECHNOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS This course provides a historical and critical approach to the evolution of computer and video game design from its beginnings to the present. CAT 1214 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD) Prerequisite: (R) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will learn and demonstrate the proper use of computer-aided design software as a design tool in fields such as Engineering. COM 1123 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS The student will be able to identify why certain things happen as they do when two or more individuals come together to communicate for a specific purpose. CAT 1043 ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS The student will use computational techniques and computeraided drawing to create. analyze and graphically represent solutions to INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Students will learn fundamental concepts in Geographic Information System (GIS). Emphasis will be placed on the creation of 3D models from 2D data and 2D detail drawings from 3D data. Emphasis will be on computer-aided design fundamentals such as creating. Students receive hands-on experience with global positioning system (GPS) hardware and ArcGIS software. game-related technology and the possible futures of the industry. CAT 1233 2D COMPUTER ANIMATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) CAT 1033 Principles of Animation or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS In this class students will apply basic animation principles to produce a sequence using industry leading 2D animation computer software. CAT 1043 and CAT 1214 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS The student will use Computer-Aided Design software to create 3-dimensional graphics.COM 1103 EFFECTIVE READING Prerequisite: (R) or by evaluation 3 CREDITS The student will improve reading rate while maintaining or improving comprehension. processing. game genres. software. fabrication. students will build and test their interactive games that reflect the design mechanics of historical games. COM 1323 ORAL INTERPRETATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS Through a series of performance activities. CAT 1053 MANUFACTURING MATERIALS AND PROCESSES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). The student will learn and apply GPS theory and techniques through computer laboratory assignments. The student will use various 3D drawing tools to create 3D objects as surfaced and solid models. or reasoning/thinking skills. CAT 1223 GAME DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN CONCEPTS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS This course will introduce students to the concepts and tools used to create 2D games. Computer-Aided Technology CAT 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) The student will demonstrate specified VARIABLE 1-6 CREDITS competencies in subject areas not covered in other computer-aided design and design courses. but which are beneficial in providing a better understanding of drafting and design. using and storing computer-aided design documents. and analyzing spatial and non-spatial data. It includes aesthetic theory and critical analysis of processes and techniques involved in the construction of traditional and computer based animation sequences. international and professional norms and standards. Individual contracts allow students to focus on specific aspects of reading: speed. CAT 1033 PRINCIPLES OF ANIMATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS This course provides a historical and critical approach to animation from early black-and-white cartoons to modern 2D and 3D productions. The student will be able to describe and demonstrate familiarity with the functions and responsibilities of research. comprehension skills.

CAT 1413 CAD HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate his or her ability to understand the purposes and advantages of using networks, the Internet and operating systems in computer-aided design. The student will be introduced to computeraided design hardware, software, networks, and operating systems as an integral part of computer-aided design productivity. CAT 1513 DIGITAL IMAGING Prerequisite: CS 1103 or CAT 1413 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will develop both technical skills and creative techniques in a project-based learning environment. Many aspects of digital imaging will be applied including digital cameras and scanners, image retouching and manipulation, selection, layering, color correction, channels, paths, and filters. CAT 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) VARIABLE 1-6 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies with subjects not covered in other program courses. Each course will cover a specific topic and may be repeated with a change in content. CAT 2013 GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING Prerequisite: (R) (M), CAT 2540 (minimum of three credit hours) 3 CREDITS This course will introduce the student to the concepts of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. The coursework will focus on recognition and understanding of geometric tolerancing terms and symbols. The student will interpret and apply the basic geometric tolerancing techniques. CAT 2023 DESIGN MECHANICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), 15 credit hours of CAT, PHYS 1114 or PHYS 1314, MATH 1613 3 CREDITS The student will analyze coplanar force systems and calculate moments of inertia, centroids, tensile stresses. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between stress and strain, basic properties of materials and shear, bending and moment diagrams. This course is designed as an applied static’s and strength of materials course for technicians utilizing algebra, trigonometry and analytic geometry. CAT 2113 CAD MANAGEMENT AND STANDARDS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CAT 1253 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate the ability to manage and maintain a Computer-Aided Design System. The student will demonstrate his or her ability to handle problems in the Computer-Aided Design office related to organization, finances, communication, hardware, software, training and limited resources by providing written, structured solutions to ComputerAided Design office problems. The student will be able to develop, apply and maintain a Computer-Aided Design standards manual defining the operational parameters necessary for a profitable and efficient Computer-Aided Design operation. Emphasis will be on organizing data input, drawing output, data exchange and networking.
This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement.

CAT 2223 GAME LEVEL DESIGN Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CAT 1223 3 CREDITS This course will introduce students to the concepts and tools used to create levels for games. The course will incorporate level design, environment theory, concepts of linear and non- linear game balance, low and high polygon modeling, play testing and storytelling. Using user-friendly toolsets based on current industry title game engines, students will build and test “modification” (MOD) levels that reflect design concepts. CAT 2313 INTRODUCTION TO SPATIAL ANALYSIS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CAT 1313 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS This course is designed to expose students to various components of spatial analysis. Emphasis is placed on modeling and decision making with the use of spatial data. Upon completion, students will be able to utilize common GIS techniques to solve complex spatial problems.
This couse satisfies the computer proficiency requirement.

CAT 2334 PLANE SURVEYING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), MATH 1613 or Evaluation by Instructor 4 CREDITS The student will be introduced to maps, survey measurement techniques and computations related to distances, elevations and traverse surveys. The student will study topics related to topographical, construction and boundary surveying. Field laboratory work is required. CAT 2533 3D RENDERING AND DESIGN VISUALIZATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS The student aspiring to become an artist, designer or other professional using 3D computer graphics will be able to create, generate or integrate 3D computer graphics. The student will demonstrate a fundamental understanding of how the computer can be used to create 3D computer renderings. These renderings could be related to either technical design, fine art or applied art. Emphasis will be on using application software (primarily 3D modeling and rendering programs) in the development of modeling logos, 3D scenes, textures, lighting, atmosphere effects, and basic animation. CAT 2540 APPLICATIONS IN CAD Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CAT 1043 and CAT 1214 or Evaluation by Instructor VARIABLE 1-8 CREDITS The student will use a Computer-Aided Design System to produce solutions to typical problems encountered in industry. The student will demonstrate his or her ability to understand the principles of design, visualization, projection, analysis and product quality by producing a set of working drawings and presenting their work to a group of their peers. This course may be repeated with a different content.
This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement.

CAT 2163 CAD PROGRAMMING AND AUTOMATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CAT 1253 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS The student will use embedded programming languages such as AutoLISP and Visual Basic to automate the drafting and design process. Emphasis will be placed on the development of parametric drawing programs. The student will demonstrate his or her ability to understand Computer-Aided Design automation by writing computer programs that can be used in the Computer-Aided Design industry.
This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement.

CAT 2633 3D ANIMATION AND SPECIAL EFFECTS Prerequisite: (R) (W), CAT 2533 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS The student will use professional techniques to create photo-realistic renderings, advanced physical-based and character animations, interactive media and Web development, 3D gaming and 3D virtual environments. This course will enhance the abilities of artists, designers and other professionals using 3D computer-created, generated, or integrated graphics. Emphasis will be on the development of professional techniques in the area of 3D computer graphics.
This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement.

CAT 2703 PRACTICUM Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), 12 hours of CAT courses and Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS The Practicum is a course designed to monitor students in an on-site job location. The student will report to and receive supervision by the employer during the course of the semester. The student will demonstrate the ability to work effectively in a commercial setting, toward satisfying objectives prescribed by the instructor and the participating employer. Work objectives will be consistent with meaningful career learning experiences.

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CAT 2733 3D CHARACTER DESIGN AND ANIMATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CAT 2533 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS This is a support-oriented course in which the student will learn and use skills specific to creating 3D character models and character animation in the fields of television, movies, advertising, multimedia, and gaming. Emphasis of the course will be on advanced modeling techniques in the creation of a seamless 3D character design of head, body, clothing, animation concepts in facial expression, internal skeleton control, morphing, dialogue and lip sync, character posing, and locomotion. Discussion topics will include traditional animation techniques, body language, vocabulary, and character physics. This course will enhance the abilities of artists, designers, and other professionals using 3D computer created, generated, or integrated graphics.
This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement.

CS 1333 DATABASE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will use a selected database management program to create and edit database files. The student will also search, organize, and build reports, forms, and templates with the database files. CS 1343 SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS Prerequisite: (R) (M) 3 CREDITS Using selected spreadsheet software on a microcomputer, the student will apply the basic theoretical and practical concepts of an electronic spreadsheet as used in business applications. Study will include the design and creation of worksheets, templates, graphs, macros, and other options as they apply to the software being used. CS 1353 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS AND HARDWARE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1103 3 CREDITS Students will learn to install, configure and troubleshoot several versions of the Windows operating system and the hardware these operating systems run on. A foundational knowledge in the following important areas will be developed using a combination of lectures and interactive activities: identifying Windows desktop components; identifying hardware components; procedures for installing software and hardware; networking capabilities of the Windows operating system and steps to connect to a network; basic Internet protocols and terminologies and the procedures for establishing an Internet connection; and recognizing common problems and the procedures to resolve them. CS 1363 MULTIMEDIA Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), Prerequisite or Corequisite: CS 1103 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will use selected application software to develop presentation graphics. This will include the creation, importation, modification, and sequencing of still and motion graphics. Digital audio will be created, edited and synchronized to the presentations. CS 1413 IT TECHNICIAN Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1103 3 CREDITS Students will learn to perform the following tasks through class lectures and hands-on projects: Hardware and Operating Systems installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and basic networking. This course will also cover IT areas in: security, safety and environmental issues, and communication and professionalism. CS 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) VARIABLE 1-6 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies with subjects not covered in other computer science courses. Each course will cover a specific topic and may be repeated with a change in content. CS 2113 COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Covers theory and practice for the design and use of computer-based information systems in organizations, with a focus on the relational database. Student projects will include designing and implementing relational database applications and designing a web page. CS 2123 ASSEMBLY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1143 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate an understanding of the structure and operation of assemblers. Student will use IBM mainframe assembly language to solve programming problems involving Input/Output definitions, Loops, Decimal and fixed point arithmetic, register operations, control structures and report editing.

CAT 2924 DESIGN PROJECT Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), 15 Hours in a CAT Emphasis 4 CREDITS In this capstone course of the Computer-Aided Technology Program the student will demonstrate the collected knowledge, skills and techniques acquired in the program courses by creating and presenting a representative project to a panel of students, instructors and representatives from industry. The project must be an original design of the student. The project must reflect the standards relative to the project’s nature and the program emphasis. The student must assemble and create components, choose the proper presentation medium, and present the project in a professional manner.
This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement.

Computer Science
CS 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (M) The student will demonstrate specified VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS competencies in subjects not included in other computer science courses but which benefit students wanting additional training in or comprehension of the field. A specific topic is announced for each offering. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. CS 1103 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS This hands-on course affords students a basic understanding of computers and their application. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to demonstrate the ability to use a computer operating system, an office suite, productivity tools, as well as the Internet at an introductory level. CS 1143 BEGINNING PROGRAMMING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Designed for Computer Science majors, this course affords students a basic understanding of computer programming. Students will utilize accepted programming concepts and perform number system conversions and arithmetic. In addition, they will design and code structured modular programs using design tools such as hierarchy charts, flowcharts, and pseudocode. CS 1153 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES Prerequisite: (R) (M) 3 CREDITS Students will learn fundamental concepts of hardware and software prior to learning tools of support technicians. Topics will include the computer architecture, the instruction execution cycle, I/O and storage. In addition, students will learn basics of digital electronics, how to perform mathematical operations and conversions on multiple numbering systems, develop fundamental problem-solving skills for troubleshooting, and investigate career opportunities within the information technology industry.

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CS 2143 DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING Prerequisite: (R) (M), CS 1363 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will develop both technical skills and creative techniques in a project-based learning environment. Many aspects of digital editing will be applied including digitizing audio and video, the composition of computer-generated graphics and animation, multiple audio layers, title overlay, and special effects. CS 2153 SUPPORTING OPERATING SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R), CS 1353 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will learn the procedures for installing, configuring and maintaining a Windows Operating System in a business environment. Real-world examples and interactive activities are used to reinforce key concepts such as: Managing files and folders, printers, storage devices and display devices; desktop user environments; user profiles and networking. CS 2163 JAVA Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1143 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Student will develop object-oriented Java applications and applets, which demonstrate comprehension of fundamental programming structures, object-oriented programming, graphics, event handling, interface components, programming for the Internet, data structures, and exception handling. CS 2173 ORACLE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1143 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Using Oracle as a platform, students will learn relational database concepts, sound database design and development techniques, and SQL commands. Topics include how to create and modify database tables; retrieve data from database tables; use subquerries to retrieve data; use table constraints, sequences, indexes, synonyms, views and functions; create users and assign privileges to users; create printable reports through SQL*Plus commands; practice SQL statement tuning. CS 2183 LINUX Prerequisite: (R) CS 1143 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS This course is an introduction to the LINUX operating system for users. It is designed for those with a DOS/Windows operating system background with little or no knowledge of LINUX. Topics include the development of LINUX; basic LINUX operating system concepts; a comparison of LINUX to MS Windows; frequently used LINUX programs and utilities, shells, editors, and tools; X window GUI and applications; LINUX and the internet; setting up Apache web server software; basic HTML and CGI programming for LINUX. CS 2193 SUPPORTING DESKTOP APPLICATIONS Prerequisite: (R), CS 1353 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will learn how to install, configure and support Microsoft Office applications running in a Microsoft Windows environment. Real-world examples and interactive activities are used to reinforce the following key concepts: configuring Internet Explorer and Outlook Express; resolving issues related to customizing Office Application; migrating from Outlook Express to Outlook; identifying and troubleshooting network problems; configuring Office security settings; and monitoring security vulnerabilities and updates. CS 2223 SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), ENGL 1113 and a 2000 level programming language or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will investigate and participate in the analysis and design of information systems through application of the Systems Development Life Cycle. Topics include the role of the analyst, review of common business systems, preparation of data-gathering instruments, database design and normalization and module design. Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools such as data dictionary, data flow diagramming, data modeling, and structure charts will also be covered. 194

CS 2303 NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES Prerequisite: (R), CS 1353 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will learn how to install, configure, and troubleshoot basic networking hardware, protocols, and services and to describe the features and functions of networking components. A foundational knowledge in the important areas of media and topologies, protocols and standards, network implementation, and network support will be developed using a combination of lectures and interactive assignments. CS 2363 C++ Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 2163 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS This course is a continuation of the study of object-oriented programming covered in CS 2163 Java. Students will use C++ to write programs that demonstrate comprehension of the advanced object-oriented features of the C++ language and of common data structures. Topics include pointer manipulation, overloaded operators, friends, exception handling, templates, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, and time complexity associated with sorts and searches. CS 2403 COMPUTER SUPPORT SERVICES Prerequisite: (R), ENGL 1113 and completion of 9 hours of Computer Science or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate their understanding of planning, implementing, and maintaining a support center for both internal and external users of computer hardware and software. The main topics will include: the Help Desk, design of hardware and software specifications, performing a needs assessment, design of evaluation instruments, creation of both technical and non-technical documentation, working with customers in a support role, and ethical standards for the computing professional. CS 2413 WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT Prerequisite: (R) (W), Prerequisite or Corequisite: CS 1103 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will develop the skills needed to create a Web site for personal or professional use. Design considerations will include accessibility standards, navigation techniques, audience needs, browser/platform concerns, and connection speeds. A combination of current technologies and Web page authoring software will be utilized for topics such as: building, formatting, enhancing, and publishing pages; maintaining a Web site; manipulating graphics; and incorporating additional items such as, CSS and JavaScript. CS 2433 WEB ANIMATION Prerequisite: (R) (M), CS 1363 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will develop both technical skills and creative techniques in a project-based learning environment. The student will learn to script in icon-based and command-based authoring languages to create interactive multimedia applications for use in presentations, education and marketing. CS 2443 SQL SERVER Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1143 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will learn terms, concepts and features needed to work with most relational databases. Using SQL Server databases and tools, they will learn concepts on how to design a database, retrieve data from and manipulate data in a database. They will also learn SQL programming and will be able to work with database features that will include views, stored procedures, functions, triggers and others. CS 2453 VISUAL BASIC Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1143 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS The students will use Visual Basic to create object-oriented, event-driven programs. This course teaches the students to handle the visual interface and also learn programming concepts that include objects, decisions, loops, dialog boxes, arrays, menus, subs, functions, files, simple data access and various other programming topics as they apply to Visual Basic.

CS 2463 ADVANCED JAVA Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 2163 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Student will develop Java applications and applets, which demonstrate comprehension of advanced programming structures and practices, object-oriented programming, fundamental data structures (arrays, liked lists, stacks and queues), SWING, Java Beans, database programming (JDBC), and distributed computing (Sockets/RMI). CS 2503 NETWORK ADMINISTRATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1353 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS The students will use a network operating system to create and manage a local area network. The topics to be covered include creating and administering user and group accounts, managing network resources and administering permissions for files and folders, setting up and administering the printing environment, using the auditing functions, backing up and restoring files and folders. CS 2513 CLIENT-SIDE PROGRAMMING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1143 and CS 2413 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will create dynamic web applications using clientside programming. A combination of current scripting/programming languages and web page authoring software will be utilized for topics such as: using the Document Object Model, coding event handlers, validating user input, manipulating graphics, and creating interactive web pages. CS 2553 ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 2453 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will expand their knowledge of Visual Basic as used in business applications both for Windows and for the Web. Included will be topics such as advanced controls, MDI programming, collections, objectoriented programming, multi-tier applications, data access, ADO.Net, ASP.Net, and report writing. CS 2563 C#.NET Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 2163 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will develop C#.NET programs which demonstrate comprehension of language syntax, fundamental program structures, objectoriented programming, windows applications, web applications, and database applications. Students will use the .NET framework, ADO.NET, XML, and ASP.NET to create their applications. CS 2573 ORACLE DATABASE ADMINISTRATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) CS 2173 or CS 2443 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will develop the skills needed for database administration. Topics covered include software installation, the creation of new databases, database architecture, management of database files, administration of user accounts, roles, privileges and profiles, database performance monitoring, and database backup and recovery strategies. CS 2610 INTERNSHIP* Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), Completion of 15 hours of Computer Science and Evaluation by Instructor 1-3 CREDITS A practicum course intended to provide the student with work experience in various areas in his/her major under the supervision of an experienced technician/professional from the business community. This course may be repeated. CS 2623 SERVER-SIDE PROGRAMMING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 1143 and CS 2413 or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will create interactive and dynamic web applications using server-side programming. A combination of current scripting/ programming languages and web page authoring software will be used for topics such as maintaining state, processing data from the user, creating cookies, and interacting with databases

CS 2703 INTRODUCTION TO CYBER/INFORMATION SECURITY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Students will examine the field of information security. This course presents the managerial and technical aspects of information security and addresses knowledge areas of the CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) certification. Information security is discussed within a real-world context, by including examples of issues faced by today’s professionals. This course provides numerous opportunities for hands-on work. CS 2713 PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Students will complete a comprehensive overview of network security, with an introduction to a variety of security problems faced by the computing industry. This course is mapped to the CompTIA Security+ Certification Exam. The course covers topics in general security concepts, communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography basics, and operational/organizational security. CS 2723 SECURE ELECTRONIC COMMERCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Students will learn the fundamentals of secure electronic commerce technology, models and issues. This course includes principles and case studies of secure electronic commerce as well as an introduction to security architectures for secure electronic commerce. These include digital signatures, certificates, and public key infrastructure (PKI). Legal and national policy secure electronic commerce issues are included. CS 2743 ENTERPRISE SECURITY MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDIT Students will learn the managerial aspects of computer security and risk management for enterprises. Topics include accreditation, procurement, extension and operation principles for secure enterprise information systems. Additional topics are security policy and plan development, contingency, continuity and disaster recovery planning, and incident handling and response. CS 2753 INFORMATION SYSTEM ASSURANCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), (CS 2703 or CS 2713) and (CS 2723 or CS 2743) or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will learn design and analysis methods for high assurance information systems. Topics covered will consist of safety, reliability, security, and specification of mission-critical system properties. Software and hardware validation, as well as verification and certification are also included. CS 2763 NETWORK SECURITY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), CS 2713 and CS 2303 or CS 2503 3 CREDITS Students will participate in a comprehensive study of current and developing communications systems and networks. These include hostbased and network-based intrusion detection, anomaly and misuse detection, and network security appliances including firewalls and access control devices. Topics are covered with all networks in mind, including the Internet, PSTN, ATM, Frame Relay Networks, etc. CS 2773 SECURE SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION AND CERTIFICATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), (CS 2703 or CS 2713) and (CS 2723 or CS 2743) or Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Students will learn provisioning, procurement and installation of network, hardware and software systems for mission critical enterprises. System configuration and maintenance, incident handling and response, system certification, testing and validation are also covered. CS 2783 CYBER FORENSICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) and Evaluation by Instructor 3 CREDITS Student will learn the procedures for the identification, preservation and extraction of electronic evidence. Topics include auditing and investigation of network and host intrusions, and forensic tools and resources for systems administrators and information system security officers. 195

Database Management
DBM 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), Evaluation by Instructor VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subjects not included in other Database Management courses but which benefit students wanting additional training in or comprehension of the field. A specific topic is announced for each offering. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. DBM 1103 DATABASE THEORY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), Students must have a third party certification in one of the following: CompTIA’s A+, CompTIA’s NET+, CompTIA’s iNET+, Microsoft MCP, Oracle OCP or have completed 18 credit hours of faculty approved computer science course work before beginning the Database Management program of study. 3 CREDITS The student will develop an understanding of the concepts of the relational database model. In addition, the student will gain knowledge of database management systems through an introduction to Query-by-Example, Structured Query Langage (SQL), database design, services of database management systems, and database administration tasks. DBM 1313 INTRODUCTION TO SQL Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), DBM 1103 Database Theory 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specific competencies in creating database structures and storing, retrieving, and manipulating data in a relational database using SQL. The student will create blocks of SQL application code. The student will demonstrate through hands-on activites an understanding of the SQL composite and scalar data types and error processing. DBM 1333 DATABASE ADMINISTRATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) DBM 1313 Database Administration 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specific competencies in managing an instance, creating a database, managing database objects, managing users, controlling access priviliges, exporting/importing data, and auditing database activities. The student will demonstrate an understanding of instance architecture, database structrue, and multinational language support. DBM 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), Evaluation by Instructor VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subjects not included in other Database Management courses but which benefit students wanting additional training in or comprehension of the field. A specific topic is announced for each offering. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. DBM 2213 PL/SQL PROGRAMMING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), DBM 1103 Dtabase Theory and DBM 1313 Introduction to SQL 3 CREDITS The student will learn Procedural Language/Structured Query Language (PL/SQL). This is Oracle Corporation’s procedural extension to SQL, the standard data access language for relational databases. PL/SQL offers modern software engineering features such as data encapsulation, exception handling, information hiding, object orientation. It allows the data manipulation and query statements of SQL to be included in block-structured and procedural units of code, making PL/SQL a powerful transaction processing language. The students will learn about PL/SQL basics such as PL/ SQL language structure, flow of exectuion and interface with SQL. DBM 2313 DATABASE BACK UP AND RECOVERY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), DBM 1334 Database Administration 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specific competencies in performing backup and recovery operations as well as exporting and importing

data. The student will demonstrate an understanding of backup and recovery considerations, database structures, and backup/recovery processes. DBM 2322 DATABASE NETWORKING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), DBM 2313 Database Back Up and Recovery or Evaluation by Instructor 2 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specific competencies in configuring the network connection between the client system and the database server using a variety of strategies. The student will demonstrate an understanding of networking architecture, networking products and tools, and application deployment strategies. DBM 2334 DATABASE PERFORMANCE TUNING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M), DBM 2322 Database Networking or Evaluation by Instructor 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specific competencies in SQL statement tuning, tuning memory and storage structures, and analyzing performance. The student will demonstrate an understanding of business requirements related to tuning and tuning considerations for different applications. DBM 2353 DATABASE ADMINISTRATION WITH SQL SERVER Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) DBM 2332 Database Performance Tuning 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specific competencies in installing Microsoft SQL Server, creating an operation database, performing backup/recovery operations, managing users, managing access privileges, managing resources, database tuning, and importing and exporting data. DBM 2363 UNIX FOR DATABASE ADMINISTRATORS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) DBM 1333 Database Administration 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specific competencies in using basic UNIX operating system commands to: navigate file systems, manage files and directories, edit files using the VI text editor, and manage users and groups. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the different command shells (Bourne, Korn, C, and Bash) and the organziation of typical UNIX file systems. DBM 2373 DATABASE APPLICATION DESIGN USING CASE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) DBM 1333 Database Administration 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specific competencies in creating application and database structures using CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) tools. The student will demonstrate an understanding of modeling business requirements, modeling data requirements, transforming models into designs, and using data presentation standards.

Diagnostic Medical Sonography
DMS 1112 PATIENT CARE Prerequisite: (R) (W) 2 CREDITS The student will learn the physical and psychological concepts of patient care. The student will demonstrate routine patient care procedures, professional scopes of practice, and record keeping paperwork pertinent to the clinical setting. The student will develop proper patient care skills and an understanding of the fundamental elements of how an ultrasound department functions. The student will also acquire basic Spanish healthcare phrases. DMS 1122 MEDICAL ETHICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) 2 CREDITS The student will learn the standard ethical theories and apply them to various issues that arise in the health care context, such as euthanasia, abortion, informed consent, confidentiality, genetic testing and intervention, AIDS, distributive justice, and professional gatekeeping. Emphasis will be made on understanding the relationship of current ethical standards in health care delivery.

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as well as assess pertinent information from patients’ histories and evaluate patients’ pathologies. The student will identify and describe the normal/abnormal sonographic appearance of neonatal brains. Students will identify the appearance and characteristics of normal gynecological anatomy. parathyroid. and a special emphasis will be placed in general vascular Sonography. This course is a practical application in a clinical setting and the student will be observed in all clinical duties performed in the Ultrasound department. transducer parameters. related lab values. DMS 2316 CLINICAL ULTRASOUND III Prerequisite: (R) (W) DMS 2216 Clinical Ultrasound II 6 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competency in the practical clinical application of ultrasound techniques in abdominal. brakes. interactive properties of ultrasound with human tissue. breast. Students will identify normal sonographic anatomy in cross section views of the human body. OB/GYN. DMS 1356 CLINICAL ULTRASOUND I Prerequisite: (R) (W) Prerequisite: DMS 1213 Introduction to Ultrasound. Twenty-four hours per week in a hospital ultrasound department is required. DMS 2321 BIOEFFECTS Prerequisite: (R) (W) DMS 1292 Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation II 1 CREDIT The student will demonstrate an understanding of the biological effect processes. DMS 1233 ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION I Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) MATH 1513 College Algebra 3 CREDITS Students will be familiar with the theoretical aspects of ultrasonic physics and instrumentation and demonstrate the practical application of these principles. related lab values. and protocols. exam protocols. and sonographic performance of vascular exams. and reception as related to ultrasound imaging. pathology. Normal and disease processes of the vascular system will be discussed. DMS 2371 ADVANCED SONOGRAPHY Prerequisite: (R) (W) DMS 1254 Abdominal Ultrasound. as well as venous and arterial exams of the extremities. The student will describe the function and physiology of the small parts. prostate. DMS 1254 ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND Prerequisite: (R) (W) BIO 1314 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate an understanding of transabdominal ultrasounds of the abdomen. professional and occupational development. and recognize tests and values associated with abnormalities and pathologies of these organs. DMS 1292 ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION II Prerequisite: (R) (W) DMS 1233 Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation I 2 CREDITS Students will identify the areas of ultrasound propagation principles. types of equipment. DT 1103 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate an understanding of the importance of a good preventive maintenance program. DMS 2216 CLINICAL ULTRASOUND II Prerequisite: (R) (W) DMS 1356 Clinical Ultrasound I 6 CREDITS The student will observe and perform scans in the following specialty areas: abdomen. cervix. Students will perform preventative maintenance services on the various medium/heavy vehicles relating to the electrical/electronic systems. transmission. The student will identify major organ systems and will recognize the membranes associated with the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities. neonatal surgical conditions and transcranial Doppler. and imaging processes. and imaging processes. 197 . and scrotum. pathology. recommendations. Students will learn about the history of the diesel industry and explore opportunities for careers and employment in the various areas of the diesel industry. small parts. using the various techniques of measuring bioeffects. and will identify the characteristics of normal anatomy. including the history of medical ultrasound. Students will focus on the characteristics and properties of ultrasound energy. and scrotum ultrasound exams. prostate. possible biological effects. and cavitational bioeffect principles. Students will identify. DMS 1274 OB/GYN ULTRASOUND Prerequisite: (R) (W) BIO 1314 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate an understanding of transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasounds of the pregnant and non-pregnant female pelvis. and the current uses of ultrasound. related to thermal. the various inspection procedures. suspension and steering systems. Students will investigate physical principles and will be able to understand the production of quality ultrasound images and apply this information to real-time scanning. pathophysiology. patient set up. DMS 2221 SMALL PARTS SONOGRAPHY Prerequisite: (R) (W) BIO 1314 Anatomy and Physiology I 1 CREDIT The student will identify normal anatomy of small parts such as the thyroid. twenty-four (24) hours per week in an ultrasound department observing and scanning. Twenty-four (24) hours a week in an ultrasound department is required. and the tires and wheels. and quality control. The student will describe the structure of the uterus and identify the normal measurements of the uterus. small parts. The student will develop basic skills and knowledge in the following areas: image orientation. as well as identify regulations. Corequisite: DMS 1254 Abdominal Ultrasound 6 CREDITS The student will perform basic scanning techniques in abdominal sonography. This course is a continuation of clinical application and the student will spend on average. parathyroid. mechanical. use and care for hand and power tools commonly found in the diesel repair industry. Special emphasis will be placed on carotid exams. breast. Students will demonstrate a thyroid exam in a laboratory and perform Doppler during thyroid. and exam protocols. and the necessity of keeping correct documentation. generation. examine pathology. and OB/GYN. and safety guidelines. scanning techniques. The student will be familiar with the methods to reduce patients’ risk for bioeffects. as well as explain pathophysiology associated with the abdomen and describe normal and abnormal vascular Doppler patterns of the vascular structures. ovaries. pathophysiology. DMS 2332 VASCULAR SONOGRAPHY Prerequisite: (R) (W) BIO 1314 Anatomy and Physiology I 2 CREDITS The student will develop an understanding of non-invasive vascular ultrasound. federal regulations. as well as develop an understanding for mechanics. DMS 1274 Gynecological/Obstetrical Sonography 1 CREDIT The student will identify normal and pathologic states of pediatric and vascular anatomy during ultrasonic examination. Diesel Technology DT 1101 INTRODUCTION TO DIESEL TECHNOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) 1 CREDIT Students will learn about the basic personal and shop safety protocol used in the diesel repair industry that includes hazardous material handling and storage.DMS 1213 INTRODUCTION TO ULTRASOUND Prerequisite: (R) (W) AHP 1013 Medical Terminology and BIO 1314 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 CREDITS Students will be introduced to the field of sonography. and endometrium. drive trains.

DT 1114 DIESEL ENGINES I Prerequisite: DT 1103 4 CREDITS Students will be able to identify the various elements associated with diesel engines and equipment such as lubricants. ECON 2113 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will apply macroeconomic theories in analyzing the concepts of supply and demand. This course is an integrated component of the program. indentify and inspect components of the cooling systems and possible causes of engine overheating. diagnosis intermittent. and determine appropriate solutions and repairs. In addition. Students will solve problems. *Evaluation criteria available in division office Electronics ET 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). DT 2001 CAREER EXPERIENCE Prerequisite: DT 1101 1 CREDIT Students will participate in an on-the-job internship in order to become familiar with the diesel service industry and to develop skills necessary for employment within the diesel industry. coolant. government fiscal policy. consumers maximize satisfaction. starter system. and repair steering problems. ECON 1113 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNITED STATES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will examine and discuss the organization and evolution of the economic system of the United States as affected by agriculture. repair and reassemble a diesel engine. high. Enrollment may be repeated with a change in work emphasis as needed. and final drive differentials. low and no gauge readings. and actuators found in hydraulic systems. Economics ECON 1013 CONSUMER ECONOMICS Prerequisite: (R) (M) 3 CREDITS Upon completion of this course. ECON 2303 MONEY AND BANKING Prerequisite: (R) (M). Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. filtration. DT 2114 DT 2124 MEDIUM/HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRUCK DRIVE TRAINS Prerequisite: DT 1103 4 CREDITS Students will identify the different drive train configurations found in industry. A specific topic is announced for each offering. oil and filter replacement. control valves. DT 1124 DIESEL ENGINES II Prerequisite: DT 1114 4 CREDITS Students will learn about the construction of diesel engines and related components. DT 2104 HEATING. universal joints. Students will disassemble. Students will learn the advantage of integrated circuits over transistorized circuits. fusible links. diagnosing and repairing problems with the air flow system and fuel system. relays and solenoids. government allocates goods and services. ECON 2113 or by Evaluation* 3 CREDITS The student will discuss problems of economic stabilization. Student will use problem solving techniques to identify and recommend appropriate options for repair procedures for these systems and related components. Students will also interface with vehicle on-board computers and perform diagnostic procedures to determine needed repairs. compressor and clutch. and ignition system. limitations of central bank control. Student will inspect. industry and commerce. hoses. and use appropriate test equipment to check continuity in electric circuits. Students pressure test. fittings. Students will identify and repair drive shafts. vacuum and mechanical system failures related to the heating. DT 1144 DIESEL ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS I Prerequisite: DT 1101 4 CREDITS Students will learn about magnetism. test and diagnose and service engine cooling system components. engine noises and vibrations. oil. and make necessary repair action plans. balance of payments. evaporator. hydraulic brake systems. diagnose. diagnosis causes of engine fuel. and foreign exchange. DT 1214 DIESEL ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS II Prerequisite: DT 1144 4 CREDITS Students will learn about the evolution of electronics as it pertains to the diesel industry. but which benefit students wanting additional training in or comprehension of the field. DT 2134 MEDIUM/HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRUCK HYDRAULICS Prerequisite: DT 1103 4 CREDITS Students will demonstrate an understanding of the general operation system. reservoir tanks. DT 1234 MEDIUM/HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRUCK BRAKES Prerequisite: DT 1103 4 CREDITS Students will demonstrate an understanding of the operation of air brake systems. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the different transmission configurations found in industry and identify the components. pumps. articulate cylinder devices as well as make inspections and diagnose problems for necessary repair actions. circuit breakers. Students will perform tasks on the battery system. MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT SUPSENSION AND STEERING Prerequisite: DT 1103 4 CREDITS Students will identify and describe various steering systems used on medium/heavy equipment and trucks and inspect. and replace defective fuses. VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING Prerequisite: DT 1103 4 CREDITS Students will demonstrate an understanding of the general A/C systems. the student will be able to relate the principles of economics to the everyday problems facing the individual as a consumer. air leaks. condenser and related components. and the economic role of government. Students will service and repair diesel engines. types of spending. He/she will demonstrate the ability to determine the effect of inflation and government policy on family financial planning. and international trade affects the domestic economy. Students will test and retest warning devices. national income. production. drive axles. basic electrical circuits and schematics associated with the operation of diesel engines. ECON 2123 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will apply microeconomic theories in analyzing concepts by which business maximizes profit. identify problems. By evaluation VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subjects not included in other electronics courses. showing their repercussions on the banking industry in affecting yield curves and the structuring of portfolios. charging system. Students will perform repairs on suspension systems and perform wheel alignment in accordance with industry procedures. 198 . ventilation and air conditioning system. student will demonstrate the procedures for inspecting. The student will troubleshoot electrical. test. the role of gold.

combinational logic circuits. data communications and data terminal equipment. Laboratory applications are an integral part of this course. ET 1114 SOLID STATE CIRCUITS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). Specific devices included are basic gates. Practical exercises will be performed in the electronics laboratory. ET 1144 4 CREDITS The student will discuss and demonstrate the characteristics of industrial control devices in the classroom and laboratory. ET 2353 3 CREDITS The student will discuss and demonstrate pneumatic logic components within a pneumatic system and integrate each component into a control loop. and Boolean algebra. and function generators to measure and record voltages. buses. shift registers arithmetic circuits. thermocouples. thyristors. In addition. pressure. antennas and fiber optics. Pneumatics and electronics components are emphasized in this course. construct. Twelve (12) credit hours of electronics and By evaluation VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate the ability to work effectively. ET 2214 MICROPROCESSOR INSTRUMENTATION Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). using various electronics test equipment. the student will use electronic measuring instruments such as oscilloscopes. ET 1014 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate digital logic fundamentals by applying digital devices in a laboratory setting and by solving problems related to circuit theory.E.s. demonstrate and solve problems relating to various solid state devices and associated circuits such as diodes. temperature and level control within the system. arithmetic circuits. ET 2014 CONTROL DEVICES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). digital to analog conversions. AC circuits and resonance. currents. ET 1144 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate knowledge of microprocessor based microcontroller applications including input/output interfacing techniques. and the use of ladder diagrams and test equipment to meet acceptable codes and standards. operational amplifiers. F. The student will construct and verify proper operation of actual logic circuits. solder and desolder electrical circuitry. / A. conductor sizing. By evaluation VARIABLE 1-6 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies with subjects not covered in other program courses. ET 1124 DIGITAL LOGIC FUNDAMENTALS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). series and parallel circuits. three-phase power. memory circuits. ET 2363 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL II Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). the student will construct and test voltage dividers and reactive circuits. Discussion will include the theory and operation of silicon controlled rectifiers. ET 1014 4 CREDITS The student will discuss. transistors. analog to digital conversions. and amplifiers. ET 2032 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 2 CREDITS The student will learn and apply the fundamentals of industrial electricity such as motor phasing. multimeters. flip-flops and MSI devices. Each course will cover a specific topic and may be repeated with a change in content. unijunction transistors. and analog to digital conversions. and microprocessors. and operational amplifiers. frequency modulation. and transducers. Laboratory applications are an integral part of this course. ET 1124 4 CREDITS The student will apply digital fundamentals to the design of logic systems such as counters. ET 1604 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate the application of Ohm’s Law. digital/analog converters. resistances and other circuit values. ET 1144 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate knowledge of basic industrial electronic principles and devices by solving problems and constructing lab experiments in subjects such as resistive circuits. solid state circuits and devices. controllers. and the impedance formula and analyze basic solid state circuits. ET 1223 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS This course is an introductory digital electronics course. power supplies. number systems. ET 2320 CAREER EXPERIENCE Prerequisite: (R). Work objectives will be consistent with meaningful career learning experiences. counters. Laboratory applications are an integral part of this course. digital to analog conversions. in a commercial setting. and photoelectric devices.C. FUNDAMENTALS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate a knowledge of principles by solving problems relating to both DC and AC in subjects such as resistive circuits. control valves. and basic sensor signal conditioning as related to the instrumentation industry. ET 1144 4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate problem maintenance and troubleshooting procedures on various types of electrical motors and electromechanical systems. The student will also demonstrate a knowledge of numbering systems and integrated circuit specifications. ET 1544 ELECTRONICS SHOP PRACTICES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). ET 2353 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL I Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will discuss terminology and demonstrate system operations by proper measurement and control techniques of flow. ET 2334 DIGITAL LOGIC SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). analog/ digital converters. ET 1014 4 CREDITS The student will use hand tools to construct. In addition. filters. Ohms law and power. ET 2124 CONTROL SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will discuss and demonstrate the characteristics of an industrial control system consisting of transmitters.T. ET 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). power. Common electronics test equipment will be used in the laboratory experiments to explore different electronic circuits and devices.ET 1014 D. The student will analyze. reactance. as well as diode and transistor circuits. encoders and decoders. frequencies. combination logic. ET 1144 4 CREDITS The student will analyze electronic circuits associated with amplitude modulation. Flip-flops. test and interface fundamental digital circuits including logic gates. 199 . interfaces. toward satisfying objectives prescribed by the instructor and the participating employer.C. servomechanisms. ET 2044 ELECTROMECHANICAL DEVICES Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). ET 1124 4 CREDITS The student will describe digital data networks. transmission lines. ET 2244 DATA COMMUNICATIONS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). conduit bending. impedance. regulators. ET 2024 COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). DC and AC circuits.

therapeutic communications. CCU monitor techs. light emitting diodes. and/or trauma to soft tissues. are required. techniques of physical examination. Rec: BIO 1314 EMS 2013 EMS OPERATIONS Prerequisite: (W). EMS 1059. The student will discuss medical incident command. prefixes. illness/injury prevention. and suffixes. wellness. identify and correctly interpret actions of emergency drugs. test. BIO 1414. EMS 2179 PARAMEDIC CARE IV Prerequisite: (W) (M). rescue awareness & operations. Emergency Medical Sciences EMS 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subject areas not covered in other emergency medical technology courses. EMS 1113 ECG INTERPRETATION AND PROCEDURES Prerequisite: BIO 1314 3 CREDITS This course introduces the student to the basics of dysrhythmia interpretation. EMS 1123 PHARMACOLOGY Prerequisite: (M). A field and hospital clinical practicum are an integral part of the course. EMS 1018 or equivalent 3 CREDITS The student will summarize and interpret legal responsibilities of safe ambulance operations in Oklahoma. A specific subject is announced for each offering. APPM 1313 or MATH 1513. hemorrhagic. and demonstrate correct aseptic techniques in preparation and administration of drugs. acute abdominal. evaluate psychological and physical factors affecting safe emergency vehicle operations. the student will describe current EMS law as it applies to the EMT. contraindications. communications. or other healthcare providers with an interest or a need in improving or developing rhythm interpretation skills. ET 2632 ELECTRONICS PROJECT Prerequisite: (R) 2 CREDITS The student will demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to plan. a student uniform. thoracic trauma. pre. cardiovascular. EMS 1123. construct. correctly manage traumatic injuries to the body and its systems. programming will be an integral part of the curriculum. and integrate fluid therapy. BIO 1314. The student will define medical terms using roots. Liability insurance and a student uniform are required prior to clinical rotations.or corequisite BIO 1314 3 CREDITS The student will summarize and correctly interpret the legal standards of drug therapy. performance and interpretation of twelve lead ECG to allow the Paramedic to treat the patient with acute myocardial infarction. EMS 2169 PARAMEDIC CARE III Prerequisite: (W) (M). musculoskeletal trauma. history taking. EMS 1035 or by evaluation. This course includes both lecture and laboratory time in which the student may receive hands-on rhythm interpretation practice via use of oscilloscope and paper rhythm strips. and admixtures. disentanglement. EMS 1059 PARAMEDIC CARE II Prerequisite: (R) (M). APPM 1313 OR 1513. Laboratory exercises will allow the student to build. perform patient assessment on patients with traumatic injuries and patients with medical emergencies. The course is designed for paramedic students. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. differential amplifiers. the central nervous system. and the musculoskeletal system. & documentation. manage a multi-casualty incident including triage. EMS 1059 or by evaluation 9 CREDITS The student will summarize and correctly interpret federal and state communications regulations. and poisoning emergencies. and preparation for transport. clinical decision making. hemorrhage & shock. EMS 1123 BIO 1414. state and local laws and regulations. crime scene awareness. professional interpersonal relationships. mechanism of injury. Liability insurance and a student uniform are required prior to clinical rotations. allergies & anaphylaxis. substance abuse. pre. summarize and interpret legal responsibilities according to federal. as well as reviews the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system. patient movement. abdominal trauma. A field and hospital clinical practicum are an integral part of the course. hazardous materials incidents. The student will integrate fluid therapy and advanced airway care into correct management of the patient with respiratory disorders. roles & responsibilities. verbal orders and accepted prehospital care protocols. of the Paramedic within the system. soft tissue trauma. EMS 1018 or equivalent. evaluate their attitudes toward ethics. program and test a microcontroller system. for which liability insurance. accurately calculate doses. differentiators. death and dying. analog to digital devices and temperature tranducers. The student will demonstrate techniques for gaining access to the patient. endocrinology. trauma systems. EMS 1113. ethics. venous access. standing orders. graduate nurses. head & facial trauma. pre. APPM 1313 OR 1513. genitourinary. and document an electronics hardware and/ or software project which meets accepted industry standards as set forth in manufacturer’s data sheets. This course also covers various types of power supply regulators and active filters. spinal trauma. EMS 1113. A field and hospital practicum are an integral part of the course. dosage rates. EMT’s or bystanders and describe correct management of these situations. ET 2663 MICROCONTROLLER SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). and recognize situations posing threats to patients. The student will construct and test circuits in the lab to meet specified operational parameters. patient assessment. EMS 2169 or Permission by Instructor. including certain immunizations. but which are beneficial in providing better understanding of the field. advanced airway care and drug therapy in prehospital management of adult and geriatric patients experiencing pulmonary. ET 1144 3 CREDITS The student will use microcontrollers to interface with devices such as switches. as well as medical emergencies of varying types and causes. motors. and crisis intervention. summing circuits. special challenges. EMS 1035 PARAMEDIC CARE I Prerequisite: (R) (M). burns. and other waveshaping circuits. environmental. 200 . 9 CREDITS The student will analyze basic and advanced emergency management of adult and geriatric. and a physical. Additionally. & environmental conditions. correctly interpret electrocardiograms. perform lifting and moving techniques and light extrication. In addition. EMS 1018 or equivalent. A field and hospital clinical practicum are an integral part of the course.ET 2384 OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS The student will apply basic electronic principles to solve problems concerning operational amplifier specifications and applications in inverting and non-inverting amplifiers. integrators. EMS 1018 BASIC EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) 8 CREDITS The student will be able to do the following: describe the role of the Emergency Medical Technician in an emergency medical services system. Liability insurance and a student uniform are required prior to clinical rotations. lifespan development. doses and routes of administration for emergency patients based on indications.or co-requisite: BIO 1414 9 CREDITS The student will accurately describe airway management/ ventilation. choose correct drugs. abuse & assault. and complete orientation to advanced training practicum rotations.or corequisite: BIO 1314 5 CREDITS The student will accurately describe the EMS Systems.

Quantitative analysis will incorporate methods of algebra and calculus where appropriate. and power and refrigeration cycles. PHYS 2114 3 CREDITS The student will analyze DC and AC circuits including threephase circuits. Kinetics and kinematics along with conservation of energy. ENGR 2143 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS Prerequisite: (R) (W). ENGR 2523 DYNAMICS Prerequisite: (R)(W). ENGR 2313 STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS Prerequisite: (R) (W). Analysis techniques will include Kirchhoff’s laws. ENGR 2133 3 CREDITS The student will solve problems related to determinate and elementary indeterminate structural analysis. scalar and vector calculus. manufacturing. as well as an internship. reflecting national. The student will also present selected emergency patient case histories from clinical rotations. Adequate reading and writing assessment scores or LS 0033 College Writing II. Students utilize business and project management principles to complete multi-disciplinary design experiences. 3 CREDITS Multicultural English Composition I for multicultural and international students who speak a second language. ENGL 1113 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Prerequisite: (R) (W). This course has the same requirements as ENGL 1113-English Composition I but is designed for multicultural and international students. Liability insurance and a student uniform are required prior to clinical rotations. pediatric. PHYS 2014 3 CREDITS The student will solve problems related to static equilibrium of rigid and deformable bodies and the motion of particles and rigid bodies. GenEd Requirement ENGL 1203 BUSINESS ENGLISH Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS The student will be able to correctly apply rules of grammar. vector algebra and simultaneous algebraic equations. MATH 2103. stress and strain in elastic and elasto-plastic materials. and patients experiencing behavioral & psychiatric disorders. and angular momentum are utilized to analyze the motion of both particles and rigid bodies with the application of algebra. visual perception and spatial visualization (3) computer-aided design systems including solid modeling. production. Quantitative analysis will incorporate methods of scalar and vector calculus and vector algebra where appropriate. ENGR 2003 ENGINEERING PRACTICE I Prerequisite: English 1213. obstetrical and gynecological patients. punctuation. ENGR 2133 3 CREDITS The student will solve problems related to the statics and dynamics of fluid flow and apply Stokes. (M) PHYS 2014 3 CREDITS Students solve problems related to static equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies under the action of forces. English ENGL 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) The student will demonstrate competencies VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS in subjects not covered in other specific courses in English (ENGL). ENGR 2243 STATICS Prerequisite: (R). Each course will cover a specific topic and may be repeated with a change in content. risk management and evaluation. trigonometry. evaluate the medical care using accepted prehospital protocols. coherence and organization and which contain specific details and vivid language. CHEM 1115 3 CREDITS The student will solve problems related to an understanding of the first and second laws of thermodynamics. construction and quality assurance involved in the solutions of a variety of engineering and architectural problems. analyze systematic medical care. Kinetics and kinematics will be studied with the application of algebra. English Composition II 3 CREDITS Students are introduced to basic principles of a successful engineering enterprise including planning. trigonometry and calculus where appropriate. and conduct a research project. trigonometry. momentum. international and professional norms and standards. 3 CREDITS The student will write well-developed compositions which demonstrate the principles of unity. mixtures of ideal gases. with strong encouragement for immediate continuation. and scalar and vector calculus. Quantitative analysis will incorporate methods of algebra. graphics and standards (2) observation. toxicology. trigonometry and calculus where appropriate. ENGR 2243 3 CREDITS Students solve problems related to accelerated motion of bodies. The student will utilize (1) the engineering language including terminology. A field and hospital clinical practicum. with strong encouragement for immediate continuation. Eulers and Bernoulli equations to analyze the characteristics of fluid flow in open and closed pipes. Thevenin’s Theorem and Norton’s Theorem. trauma and medical patients. ENGR 2103 INTERACTIVE ENGINEERING DESIGN GRAPHICS Prerequisite: Corequisite: ENGR 1113. ideal gases. either taken within the last year. sentence structure and paragraph development used in business communications and be able to differentiate between these rules and those for literary compositions. PHYS 2014. ENGR 2613 ELECTRICAL SCIENCE Prerequisite: (R)(W). are integral parts of the course. The student will be able to describe and demonstrate familiarity with the functions and responsibilities of research. infectious & communicable diseases. ENGR 2343 FLUID MECHANICS Prerequisite: Pre or Corequisite: (R) (W). Physical concepts of equilibrium and engineering applications are integrated with mathematical subjects of vector calculus. analyze and graphically represent solutions to architectural and engineering problems. The students will locate library material and incorporate researched materials into compositions. ENGR 2333 THERMODYNAMICS Prerequisite: (R) (W). ENGR 2133 RIGID BODY MECHANICS Prerequisite: (R) (W). MATH 2203 or by evaluation 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate familiarity with visualization and modeling techniques used in product design and development for a variety of engineering problems. Quantitative analysis will incorporate methods of algebra.acute intervention for chronic care patients. and apply emergency management principles for neonatology. hematology. Engineering ENGR 1213 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS & DESIGN Prerequisite: (R) (W) 3 CREDITS The student will use computational techniques and computeraided drawing to create. CHEM 1115 and concurrent enrollment in PHYS 2114 3 CREDITS The student will solve problems related to the behavior of materials under serious conditions and environments in relation to atomic and molecular structure and bonding. 201 . design. ENGL 1103 MULTICULTURAL ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Prerequisite: (R) (W) Adequate reading and writing assessment scores or LS 0033 College Writing II. either taken within the last year.

ENGL 2123 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE Prerequisite: (R) (W). After additional study of the different types and techniques of novels. historical. The student will be able to construct appropriate written and/or oral statements concerning literary. with different content it may be repeated. furthermore. historical and philosophical influences of the literature will also be examined. cultural. ENGL 2543 SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE I Prerequisite: (R). ENGL 1113 English Composition I 3 CREDITS After reading. After studying selected tribes and reading poems. including short story. historical and cultural context of the Renaissance. This course satisfies three credit hours of the General Education Humanities requirement for all Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees. historical. the student will be able to describe the historical and literary development of this literary form. ENGL 1113 English Composition I 3 CREDITS This course is a study of poetry as literary art with emphasis on understanding. ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3 CREDITS The student will improve basic composition skills by constructing essays based on assignments in humanistic readings about the following: drama. This course satisfies three credit hours of the General Education Humanities requirement for all Associate in Arts. the student will describe the common characteristics and the special features of this literary form. poetry. written and/or oral. and exploring the universality and variety of women’s issues. ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3 CREDITS This course is a survey of world literature from the time of ancient civilizations to about 1600. poetry. well-structured arguments in a clear. ENGL 2353 NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE Prerequisite: (R). ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3 CREDITS Successful completion of this course will enable the student to construct appropriate oral and/or written statements concerning literary. recognizing. and personal issues while making global connections. analyze. ENGL 2110 READINGS Prerequisite: (R) (W). attending lectures and viewing commercially produced films of selected plays. drama. cultural. ENGL 1113 English Composition I 3 CREDITS The student will improve composition skills by developing and constructing various types of reports based on a particular situation in his or her career field. ENGL 2413 WOMEN IN LITERATURE Prerequisite: ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3 CREDITS After reviewing literature written by and about women of various times and places. with strong encouragement for immediate continuation. Credit is variable. music. discussing. and other types of cultural texts. essays. discussions. and a diversity of authors and literary styles. 202 ENGL 2343 THE SHORT STORY Prerequisite: (R). GenEd Requirement ENGL 1233 REPORT WRITING Prerequisite: (R) (W). . literature. Students. ENGL 1113 English Composition I 3 CREDITS Students will read several novels from a variety of historical periods. ENGL 1113 English Composition I VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student enrolled in this course will read various popular literary forms. The purpose of these readings will be to enhance the student’s reading abilities as well as to enable him or her to develop lifetime reading habits. students will examine and interpret values and attitudes from a variety of perspectives suggested by the readings. The cultural. ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3 CREDITS Successful completion of the tasks in this survey will enable the student to construct appropriate oral and/or written responses concerning literary. and novels. and Diversified Studies degrees. ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3 CREDITS This course is a survey of world literature from about 1600 to contemporary times. ENGL 2433 SURVEY OF WORLD LITERATURE II Prerequisite: (R). Through various assignments. short stories and novels by Native American authors. evaluate and interpret literary forms. ENGL 1113 English Composition I taken within the last year. drama and non-fiction. ENGL 2653 SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE II Prerequisite: (R). both historical and contemporary. This course satisfies three credit hours of the General Education Humanities requirement for all Associate in Arts. the student will produce examples of the type of writing on which the instruction is focused. and evaluate poems from a variety of literary periods and cultures. and appreciating poetic forms and techniques. and philosophical movements of the African-American culture from pre-slavery to the present time. ENGL 2103 HUMANITIES COMPOSITION Prerequisite: (R) (W). ENGL 2423 SURVEY OF WORLD LITERATURE I Prerequisite: (R). fluid. fiction. historical. 3 CREDITS In this advanced writing course. and Diversified Studies degrees. Science. Students will refine and augment the writing techniques they learned in ENGl 1113 to develop well-reasoned. ENGL 2333 INTRODUCTION TO THE NOVEL Prerequisite: (R). students will demonstrate their ability to analyze. ENGL 2133 INTRODUCTION TO POETRY Prerequisite: (R) (W). will be able to explain the importance of Native American literature within the canon of non-Western world literature. and philosophical movements from the Romantic Age to the present time. Students will be introduced to literary terminology. and philosophical movements from the Anglo-Saxon era up to approximately 1798. drama.ENGL 1213 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II Prerequisite: (R) (W). political. Science. ENGL 2000 CREATIVE WRITING Prerequisite: (R) (W) VARIABLE 1-4 CREDITS Given basic instruction in skills associated with writing poetry. This course satisfies three credit hours of the General Education Humanities requirement for all Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees. ENGL 1113 English Composition I 3 CREDITS After reading and discussing a wide selection of story masterpieces and commentaries on those short stories. The cultural. the student will describe the role of these plays within the literary. Students will study representative works that comprise literary traditions from diverse cultures throughout the world. Students will study representative works that comprise literary traditions from diverse cultures throughout the world. and traditional backgrounds of Native American cultures. Lectures. history and philosophy. cultural. ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3 CREDITS This course is a study of literary forms and genres. students will be able to describe the characteristics of Native American literature. historical. ENGL 2363 AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE Prerequisite: (R). ENGL 2323 THE SHAKESPEARE PLAYS Prerequisite: (R). students will create essays that explore and evaluate a variety of issues and perspectives suggested by fiction. and papers will emphasize relationships between social. ENGL 1113 English Composition I 3 CREDITS Students will read literature from the African-American culture and demonstrate understanding of the culture and its literature through discussions and written work. art. Students will interpret. historical and philosophical influences on the literature will also be examied. and engaging prose style. critical theories. ENGL 1113 English Composition I 3 CREDITS Students will study the literary.

Practice activities are included in each of the four skill areas: listening. placing them in their literary. philosophical. and writing. and editing. historical. The course will introduce rhetorical patterns used in essay writing such as compare/contrast and persuasion. recitation. and listening exercises and activities. and cultural contexts. fluent speech. and accuracy in articulating English. preoccupations. Students will be encouraged to use the software and audiocassette support materials available for this course in the language lab. Aspects of pronunciation will be covered as needed to improve the student’s overall comprehensibility. This course is organized around topics in American culture. the drills and exercises in this class can be equally useful to the student who has other goals. The student will practice active listening skills and will develop comprehension abilities in a variety of discourse situations including natural conversations. In addition. identifying main ideas. philosophical. the student will develop and refine English communication skills. conflicts. ESL 0423 ADVANCED READING Prerequisite: Appropriate Score on a Skills Assessment Test or Assessment by Instructor 3 CREDITS This course is designed for the student who wants to improve his/her ability to read English for academic purposes. Through participation in a variety of activities including role-play and problem-solving. ESL 0413 ADVANCED LISTENING Prerequisite: Appropriate Score on a Skills Assessment Test or Assessment by Instructor 3 CREDITS This course is designed to develop the student’s ability to comprehend and interpret aural information. Students will be encouraged to use the software and audiocassette support materials available for this course in the Communications Lab. students will examine common issues. students will examine common issues. and intonation into clear. Students will practice and develop skills for a wide variety of speech acts including natural conversation and oral presentation. Upon completion of the course. The student will also improve his or her understanding of the grammatical patterns and structures of formal written English tested in the Structure and Written Expression Section of the TOEFL. the student will learn to integrate English sounds. debate. the student will demonstrate increased comprehension of aural information. public speaking. This course satisfies three credit hours of the General Education Humanities requirement for all Associate in Arts. ESL 0443 ADVANCED WRITING Prerequisite: Appropriate Score on a Skills Assessment Test or Assessment by Instructor 3 CREDITS This course is designed to prepare students to write in English for academic purposes. drawing logical inferences. Students will be encouraged to use the software and audiocassette support materials available for this course in the Communications Lab. Upon completion of the course. writing. the student will demonstrate mastery of the vocabulary. Students will be encouraged to take an active role in the learning process and to apply newly acquired language skills creatively. and themes found in the literary selections. stress. The student will increase his or her comprehension . ENGL 2883 SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE II Prerequisite: Prerequisites: ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3 CREDITS This course is a survey of American literature from the Civil War to the present time. historical. ESL 0473 PRONUNCIATION Prerequisite: Appropriate Score on a Skills Assessment Test or Assessment by Instructor 3 CREDITS Through a variety of systematic and sequential practice activities. the student will demonstrate increased oral fluency and accuracy. and to revise and refine their work. Students will learn about and discuss the cultural values and traditions which have shaped and continue to shape American society. placing them in their literary. Emphasis will be placed upon developing the types of reading skills and vocabulary needed in an academic environment. media broadcasts. Upon completion of the course. and Diversified Studies degrees. structures. of the conversational patterns and idioms of spoken English tested in the Listening Comprehension Section of the TOEFL. ESL 0353 TOEFL PREPARATION: LISTENING AND STRUCTURE 3 CREDITS This course is designed for the intermediate to advanced level student who desires to improve his or her score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). ESL 0463 ADVANCED SPEAKING Prerequisite: Appropriate Score on a Skills Assessment Test or Assessment by Instructor 3 CREDITS This course is designed to increase the student’s ability and confidence as an effective communicator in English. and determining the meaning of vocabulary words in context. Students will study representative works that shaped the American literary tradition. The course allows the student to gradually shift from basic structures and conversational topics to more complex structures and academic topics. to support a thesis. and classroom lectures. In addition. Although designed with the TOEFL examinee in mind. The student will practice finding information in dense texts. Through a wide variety of practice activities and exercises. speaking. Students will be encouraged to use the software available for this course in the Communications Lab. students will develop the skills necessary for effective paragraph and essay writing. The course will focus on increasing the student’s comprehension of the complex passages found in the Reading Comprehension Section of the TOEFL. This course satisfies three credit hours of the General Education Humanities requirement for all Associate in Arts. Writing strategies and techniques covered will include brainstorming. Students will study representative works that shaped the American literary tradition. reading. preoccupations. Students will be encouraged to converse with native speakers. free writing. ESL 0343 TOEFL PREPARATION: READING 3 CREDITS This course is designed for the intermediate to advanced-level student who desires to improve his or her score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Although designed with the TOEFL examinee in mind. 203 English as a Second Language ESL 0123 BEGINNING GRAMMAR 3 CREDITS This course is designed for the beginning-level student with little or no previous knowledge of English. the drills and exercises in this class can be equally useful to the student who has other goals.ENGL 2773 SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE I Prerequisite: Prerequisites: ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3 CREDITS This course is a survey of American literature from the preColonial Period to the Civil War. Upon completion of the course. rhythm. fluency. Classroom activities will include role-play of situations students will be likely to encounter outside the classroom. ESL 0213 INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR Prerequisite: Appropriate Score on a Skills Assessment Test or Assessment by Instructor 3 CREDITS This course is designed for the student who already has a working knowledge of English. Students will practice the advanced communications skills necessary for success in academic and professional situations. speaking. Students will learn how to generate and focus ideas. Through a gradual progression of reading. the student will develop and apply new reading skills and strategies. and respond to each other’s ideas. drafting. Challenging speaking tasks assigned will include discussion. and the creation of dialogues and skits for in-class performance. the student will demonstrate improvement in reading speed and comprehension. and cultural contexts. and functions covered. Science. conflicts. and Diversified Studies degrees. and themes found in the literary selections. discuss. Through a wide variety of writing practice activities. the student will demonstrate improvement in intelligibility. Science. Students will be expected to read.

Students will demonstrate the ability to identify a variety of characteristics. utility classes and threads. A specific topic is announced for each offering. the basics of network layout and function. (W). Arrays. Enterprise Communications Systems ECS 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 1-4 CREDITS Students demonstrate specific competencies in subjects not included in Enterprise Communication Systems courses but which benefit students wanting additional training in or comprehension of the field. and command shells. Ethernet MAC addresses. and XP networking operating systems will be covered. password recovery. ECS 2334 ADVANCED ROUTING AND SWITCHING Prerequisite: ECS 1334 Routing Technologies 4 CREDITS Students demonstrate specified competencies in advanced routing and switching technologies and network management. the VI text editor. In addition. Students demonstrate. and make physical connections at various ports. (M) 2 CREDITS Students demonstrate basic competencies in network services. modems. SWF and GIF animations. in a laboratory setting. vector and bitmap graphics. packages. Solaris operating environment commands and Common Desktop Environments. convergence and wireless services. animations with DHTML and images for web pages that include interactive elements and Cascading Style Sheets. students use web development tools to build a course project website. (M) 1-4 CREDITS Students demonstrate specified advanced competencies in subjects not included in other Enterprise Communication Systems courses but which benefit students wanting additional training in or comprehension of the field. exceptions. (W). LINUX. IP races. (W). Students will also set up and configure a local area network. router troubleshooting. and cable meters. (M) 3 CREDITS Students will develop an understanding of various operating systems and demonstrate competencies in installing and operating various computer systems. ECS 2354 ADVANCED SOLARIS Prerequisite: ECS 1253 Beginning Solaris 4 CREDITS Students develop advanced competencies in Solaris through implementing internetworking connectivity. security issues. object. and connecting the computer to a localarea network as well as the Internet. The course can be repeated either with a change in course content or by recommendation of the instructor ECS 1273 BASIC JAVA ELEMENTS Prerequisite: (R). cable analyzers. simple network management protocols. (W). Students identify JAVA language’s object-oriented techniques to solve business problems and to create classes. and security using the tools and features specific to Solaris. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic INTRODUCTION TO ENTERPRISE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R). file formats for creating web pages. streams and stream output. systems. services. (M) 3 CREDITS Students develop competencies in JAVA concerning basic programming with the conceptual understanding of object-oriented programming. (M) 3 CREDITS Students develop competencies in various operating command systems that include UNIX operating system commands. Student demonstrate the ability to create basic HTML code. enhanced interior gateway protocol. Students configure addresses. ECS 2224 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS Prerequisite: ECS 1214 PC Hardware and Software 4 CREDITS Students identify multi-user. (M) 4 CREDITS Students demonstrate specified competencies in various routers. Students demonstrate an understanding of virtual LANS. Students demonstrate an understanding of fundamental command-line features of the operating environment including file system navigation. host names. NT. (M) 4 CREDITS Students develop competencies in web design. data-link layer network addressing. router commands. installing the operating systems. ECS 1314 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS Prerequisite: (R). and applications. the Internet and telephone applications-programming interface. ECS 1334 ROUTING TECHNOLOGIES Prerequisite: ECS 1314 Networking Fundamentals 4 CREDITS Students demonstrate specified competencies with router switching technologies. knowledge of the necessary skills of building a computer. ECS 1054 BASIC WEB DESIGN ELEMENTS Prerequisite: (R). back-up procedures. ECS 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R). Students demonstrate knowledge of the OSI reference model. and the elements of TCP/IP. ECS 2272 ADVANCED JAVA ELEMENTS Prerequisite: ECS 1273 Basic Java Elements 2 CREDITS Students develop competencies and demonstrate an understanding in classes and inheritance. ECS 1214 PC HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE Prerequisite: (R). telnet procedures. Windows 2000. multi-tasking network operating systems. Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topic. creating applets and graphics. remote access and administration of Microsoft and Unix-based network operating systems. basic web page design principles. the public network and the Local Competition and the Telecommunications Act as it relates to the workforce requirements of network technicians and administrators. Basic router configurations will be emphasized using the routing information protocol. serial port addresses. creating GUI applications using AWT. usability. (M) 4 CREDITS Students develop an understanding of emerging information technology and data communications. (W). commands and features specific to Solaris. the Internet. smart remotes. ECS 1022 204 . and site management skills. Students demonstrate knowledge of the history of telecommunications. ECS 1253 BEGINNING SOLARIS Prerequisite: (R). (W). file permission. and access devices. switches. adding peripherals. (W). classless IP and wide area networking. ECS 1233 OPERATING SYSTEMS Prerequisite: (R). A specific topic is announced for each offering. beginning router and switching configurations and network management. Students explore a variety of topics including installation procedures. (W). interior gateway routing protocol.ESL 0640 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies in specific areas of English as a Second Language study which are not covered in other English as a Second Language courses. accessibility.

Students will produce examples of the type of writing on which the instruction is focused. Laboratory experience is a required component of this course.25. Special projects will cover: setting up and troubleshooting various wireless LANs technologies and products. FVP 1214 CINEMATOGRAPHY I Prerequisite: (R) 4 CREDITS Students will be introduced to the equipment and technical aspects used for films and television. stage sets. performing WLAN security diagnostics and developing vendor interoperability strategies. products and solutions.ECS 2364 ADVANCED NETWORK & DESIGN MANAGEMENTS Prerequisite: ECS 2334 Advanced Routing & Switching 4 CREDITS Students demonstrate specified competencies in project-based experimental activity and network design. maintenance and management of firewalls. operate and troubleshoot wireless LANs. Students demonstrate knowledge in trends and developments in the field of networking. providing solutions. installation and configuration of various wireless networks. They will demonstrate an understanding of terms and procedures in selecting equipment for specific scenes. Each course will cover a specific topic and may be repeated with a change in content. ECS 2414 BUILDING SCALABLE NETWORKS Prerequisite: ECS 2364 Advanced Network & Design Management or CCNA certification 4 CREDITS Students demonstrate the implementation of OSPF. ensure network availability. Instruction detection (IDS) implementation using routers. Students implement remote technologies in asynchronous modem dial-up. Students demonstrate comprehension of wireless LANs through a variety of hands-on projects and laboratory simulations. Security technologies. ECS 2554 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS LANS Prerequisite: ECS 2364 Advanced Network & Design Management or CCNA certification 4 CREDITS Students design. frame relay. and hair dressing. The plan will include the selection of a script. ISDN. Intrusion detection (IDS) implementation using routers and firewalls. Students develop competencies to use configuration examples to demonstrate management and troubleshooting techniques for numerous LAN and WAN designs. installation. They will demonstrate a technical understanding of the workflow utilized in preproduction. Additional areas are: AAA implementation using routers and firewalls. The student will work with a Professional Network/WAN design tool to complete a 12. or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS Students will be given basic instruction in the skills of writing and analyzing screenplays. and Security utilizing Lock-and-Key. VPN implementation using routers and firewalls. (W). They will demonstrate a basic understanding of film production technology and terminology. budget. FVP 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS IN FILM TECHNOLOGY Prerequisite: 6 hours of Film and Video Production courses or by Evaluation Variable 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subjects not included in other film and video production courses but which will benefit students wanting advanced training. configuration. 205 . students demonstrate the ability to optimize routing. culminating in a screenplay for a Capstone Project. and problem-solve by writing “coverage” of student class projects--and by writing multiple short-form screenplays. and possible contracts for staff and talent. Through hands on lab activities. configuration. editors. Firewall and secure router design. ECS 2474 INTERNETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING Prerequisite: ECS 2454 Buliding Multi-layer Switched Networks 4 CREDITS Students learn to troubleshoot an environment that uses routers and switches for multi-protocol client hosts and servers. and VPN implementation using routers. ECS 2434 BUILDING REMOTE ACCESS NETWORKING Prerequisite: ECS 2414 Building Scalable Networks 4 CREDITS Students build remote access networks. (W). This course will include the analytical breakdown of screenplay elements through script analysis of feature-length screenplays and short-form screenplays. and Context-Based Access Control access lists. production and post production process of motion pictures. Easy IP. a detailed schedule. CHAP. and negotiating with management and representation. Students also demonstrate the ability to identify tools used to trouble shoot the most common networking environments in use today. X. NAT. Route Redistribution. Each course will cover a specific topic and may be repeated with a change in content. plan. and Secure AAA. AAA implementation using routers. Reflexive. costume and set decoration. Security technologies. FVP 2123 FILM PRODUCTION AND BUSINESS Prerequisite: (R). signage. directors. EIGRP. FVP 1133 PRODUCTION DESIGN Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate an understanding of location design. and cinematographers. business plans. They will also create a step-outline for a feature-length motion picture. distribution plans. BGP. ECS 2534 FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORK SECURITY FOR PIX FW Prerequisite: ECS 2364 Advanced Network & Design Management or CCNA certification 4 CREDITS Students learn basic security processes dealing with network firewalls. labor relations. exterior and interior art direction and construction. Firewall and secure router design. contracts. makeup. ECS 2514 FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORK ROUTER SECURITY Prerequisite: ECS 2364 Advanced Network & Design Management or CCNA certification 4 CREDITS Students learn the overall security processes of basic networks and demonstrate these skills in the following areas through hands-on projects: Security policy design and management. ECS 2454 BUILDING MULTILAYER SWITCHED NETWORKS Prerequisite: ECS 2434 Building Remote Access Networks 4 CREDITS Students develop competencies to design and implement a multi-layer switched network utilizing routers. T1 and address security concerns utilizing PAP. chain of title. props. As part of this course students will develop an entire plan for the production of a film which may become their Capstone project. Students will synthesize their knowledge and skills learned in class. installation. They will demonstrate a basic understanding of how to use lights. They will also analyze publicity. Route Optimization. FVP 1713 SCREENWRITING Prerequisite: (R).000 Ethernet host design project. copyright. and provide for multi-cast applications. sound and camera devices. (M) 3 CREDITS Students will study the film-making process from concept to completion with special emphasis on the relationship between key staff members such as the producers. implement. products and solutions associated with firewalls. completing site surveys and resilient WLAN designs. Film and Video Production FVP 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS IN FILM TECHNOLOGY Variable 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate specified competencies in subjects not included in other film and video production courses but which will benefit students wanting additional training. maintenance and management. marketing techniques and materials. Students demonstrate skills in Security policy design and management of firewalls.

FVP 2323 FILM EDITING AND DIGITAL EFFECTS I Prerequisite: (R). charge accounts. including budgeting. and others will be introduced. FVP 2253 3 CREDITS Students will master the aural forces that make film an expressive means of communication utilizing the digital medium of the intermediate ProTools non-linear sound editing system. Students will also be introduced to the mechanics and methods of digital effects. finished film.FVP 2153 SCREENPLAY INTERPRETATION Prerequisite: (R). social security. Each team will be responsible for “casting” the acting talent required for those assignments. microphone placement. FVP 2253 FILM SOUND Prerequisite: FVP 1103 Technology and Equipment Overview 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate the use of microphones. In some cases. FVP 2314 CINEMATOGRAPHY III Prerequisite: FVP 2214 or by Evaluation 4 CREDITS Students will be introduced to the special effects technology of match movement. Students will learn the process of commercial digital film editing and become familiar with story line and plot development through basic post-production techniques of picture and sound juxtaposition. FVP 2623 DIRECTING Prerequisite: (R). sound effects. Laboratory experience is a required component of this course. Some additional time outside of class will be required for the editing of projects. They will be given practical. FVP 2453 FILM SOUND EDITING Prerequisite: (R). demonstrating their mastery of the various film craft categories and the entire film making process. editorial theory and practices that affect the overall aesthetics of recorded storytelling. They will demonstrate an understanding of three-dimensional match moving tools to extrapolate threedimensional information from two-dimensional photography. FVP 2713 CAPSTONE PROJECT Prerequisite: All required Major FVP courses. or they will be placed in a professional setting that will require them to use their workplace skills through a supervised practical experience in support of film or video projects. They will produce a full sound mix. including dialogue. or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS Students will analyze the techniques and resources for the successful development and completion of filmed documentary productions. scenes assembly. the star. They will demonstrate an understanding of the knowledge and skills to track a camera’s moement in three-dimensional space so a virtual camera can be reproduced by computer software. Finance FIN 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 1-4 CREDITS This is a study of variety of topics in which the student will be exposed to such topics as preparing for a career in the financial services industry. economic structure. fades. insurance. students may work on a professional production in a capacity which demonstrates the skills they have learned. handson experience in directing by the completion of directing assignments and projects. by Evaluation 3 CREDITS Students will learn the digital environment of the non-linear AVID editing system. and problem-solve by producing examples of the type of filmmaking on which the instruction is focused. and post-production. furthermore. FVP 2263 AMERICAN CINEMA Prerequisite: ENGL 1113 or Assessment by Instructor 3 CREDITS The focus in this course will be on these film topics: history and development. and a variety of digital technologies. interrelationships of the various sound track elements. Students will be divided into teams to work on directing assignments outside of class for later presentation in class. pre-production. 206 FVP 2423 FILM EDITING AND DIGITAL EFFECTS II Prerequisite: FVP 2323 or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS Students will master the visual and aural forces that make the film an expressive means of communication utilizing the digital medium of the intermediate level AVID non-linear editing system. and audience. Students will synthesize their knowledge and skills learned in class. home ownership. They will demonstrate a proficiency in the manipulation of single images. They will demonstrate a basic understanding of utilizing lights. They will learn how to work with actors in casting sessions and on the set. resulting in digitally enhanced composite shots and scenes. students will produce a short 10 to 20 minute. time line structure and maintenance. banking services. They will demonstrate an understanding of picture and sound techniques to produce a meaningful and cohesive visual and aural story. They will examine the duties of the documentary filmmaker from the perspective of the various craft categories. Basic transitions such as dissolves. savings. sound design. completely edited. source music. They will learn the director’s responsibilities in script development. themes. and the recording techniques used on location and in a studio. FVP 1214. score. computer proficiency. as well as presentations of edited assignments. volume. etc. borrowing. interrelationships of the various film elements. genres. the studio system. the student will view several classic and contemporary American films to exemplify and clarify cinematic techniques and concepts. Students will demonstrate proficiency in construction of sound sequences. assessing the job market. creative and technical contributions in the production of screenplay into filmmaking projects. FVP 2613 FILM OR VIDEO INTERNSHIP Prerequisite: 6 hours of Film and Video Production courses or by Evaluation Variable 1-3 CREDITS Students will work on the production of student films. They will additionally study the arena of digital effects and various non-linear after-market effects palettes. wipes. The course may be repeated to a maximum of 6 credit hours with the consent of the instructor. foley and editorial theory that affect the overall aural aesthetics of recorded music and effects in film storytelling. FVP 2214 CINEMATOGRAPHY II Prerequisite: FVP 1214 or by Evaluation 4 CREDITS Students will be introduced to the composition of film and television. The student will become able to think and write critically about film and its role in American culture. style. production. FVP 2323 or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS Students will learn the form and function of the basic motion picture screenplay through the analytical breakdown of film elements from the perspective of selected labor craft categories. and by Evaluation 3 CREDITS In groups. taxes. sound and camera locations and movements relative to the visual and aural story. Students will demonstrate their ability to apply learned craft skills to interpret the suggested imagery of the screenwriter by applying useful. Instructional films and readings will enable the student to understand each of these topics. mastering the basics of multiple video and audio tracks. FVP 1214. Students will demonstrate proficiency in construction of film sequences. sound enhancements. installment buying. . FVP 2273 DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING Prerequisite: FVP 1214 and FVP 2323. or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS Students will analyze the techniques and resources used in modern film directing. The course may be repeated with a change of topic. technical and critical vocabulary. FIN 1013 PERSONAL FINANCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will solve problems involved in personal finance. Laboratory experience is a required component of this course. They will learn how a director assesses and integrates the individual contributions of the various film crafts into a production.

The student will study the areas of astronomy. ethical. The class is taught in French. FIN 2123 SECURITIES AND INSURANCE LICENSING Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). He or she will demonstrate mastery of these problems by applying the techniques involved to simulated personal finance problems. and writing French at the intermediate level. The student will be able to function in French in a variety of situations. This includes an overview of laws set forth in the Uniform Securities Act. The student will demonstrate competencies in mutual fund and variable insurance products. may be repeated for up to 4 credits. time value of money and financial decision making. budgeting. may be repeated for up to 4 credits. climatology and oceanography. climatology and oceanography. Students will work in an approved financial services environment with cooperating employers for a specified period of time. and with different content. The fundamental concepts will be applied to establishment of investment goals. ACCT 2113 3 CREDITS The student will study the basic concepts essential to the management of business finances and apply these concepts to problems involving financial planning. The student will be able to function in French on topics of everyday life. with the major concentration on the study of geologic principles. FREN 2223 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II Prerequisite: (R) (W). The student will continue to explore significant aspects of French and Francophone culture. and writing French. and theoretical environment of the securities and insurance industry. Laboratory experience is an integral part of the course. meteorology. capital investments. Credit is variable. and writing French. French FREN 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS IN FRENCH Prerequisite: (R) (W) 1-6 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies not covered in other French language courses. Credit is variable and. GenEd Requirement 207 . with different content. reading. reading. The student will also explore important aspects of French and Francophone culture. methods for evaluating risk. FIN 1013 1-6 CREDITS The course will assist students in earning academic credit in a planned process that integrates academic preparation with supervised work experience. and determining the effects of government regulation. The student will demonstrate increased proficiency in understanding. FREN 1010 CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH I Prerequisite: (R) (W) 1-4 CREDITS The beginning student will develop oral communication skills through intensive practice in French with a focus on listening and speaking activities. FIN 2023 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS FINANCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). reading. social and political conditions. using them as a basis for conversation and composition in French and will begin a systematic review of French grammar. The class is taught in French. with the major concentration on the study of geologic principles. GenEd Requirement GEOL 1064 EARTH SCIENCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS Students will demonstrate their understanding of an overview of the earth sciences. Geography GEOG 2603 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will examine the world’s major cultural regions and determine the relationship between the physical environment and economic. meteorology. FREN 1225 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II Prerequisite: (R) (W). with different content. reading. This course may be repeated to a maximum of nine credit hours with the permission of the instructor. Credit is variable and. FIN 2500 FINANCIAL SERVICES INTERNSHIP Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M). covering state licensing and registration requirements. Geology GEOL 1063 EARTH SCIENCE Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate their understanding of an overview of the earth sciences.wills and estates. GenEd Requirement GEOL 1114 GENERAL GEOLOGY Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 4 CREDITS Students will describe theories of the earth’s formation. and writing French at the intermediate level. FREN 1115 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I Prerequisite: (R) (W) 5 CREDITS The beginning student will acquire fundamental proficiency in understanding. speaking. FREN 1115 or by Evaluation 5 CREDITS A continuation of FREN 1115. FREN 1010 or FREN 1115 or by Evaluation 1-4 CREDITS The student will further develop oral communication skills through intensive practice in French with a focus on listening and speaking activities. and types of investments. The student will read a variety of French texts. FREN 2113 or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS A continuation of FREN 2113. speaking. The student will study the areas of astronomy. FIN 2033 FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMENTS Prerequisite: (R) (W) (M) 3 CREDITS The student will examine the basic concepts of investing. The student will read short literary texts and use them as a basis for discussions and compositions in French and will complete a systematic review of French grammar. INS 1123 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate understanding of the legal. Laboratory work is an integral part of the course. portfolio creation and management. Satisfactory completion of this course confirms that a student has demonstrated competency in a foreign language at the novice-high level on the ACTFL scale. may be repeated for up to 6 credits. FREN 1120 CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH II Prerequisite: (R) (W). Laboratory experience is an integral part of the course. The student will demonstrate increased proficiency in understanding. speaking. speaking. and will attend arranged lectures relating to a variety of financial services topics. FREN 2113 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I Prerequisite: (R) (W). FREN 1225 or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate proficiency in understanding. Each course will concentrate on a particular aspect of language and culture. Laboratory work and field trips are an integral part of the course. its composition and structure and the processes which change the earth’s surface.

Students will indicate an understanding of the design and print process. they will demonstrate skills in specifying typography. typography. Students will also create and edit graphic objects and type. prepress document preparation. the ability to make effective advertising layouts which meet industry standards. The student will be instructed by a qualified graphic artist in a work situation and will produce printable assignments using current technology. and writing of German. GCOM 1153 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate proficiency in using digital cameras and will produce color and black and white images which demonstrate a knowledge of basic principals of composition. typography. and preparing documents for the commercial printing process. This course may be repeated with a change in subject matter. speaking. Credit is variable and. master pages. the use of emphasis. GCOM 1023 INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS This course is an introduction to the principles of design. Select a Subject to see available footnotes GCOM 1053 ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING: INDESIGN I Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate proficiency in using the Macintosh computer in the production of various types of printed material. GRMN 2223 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II Prerequisite: (R) (W). Laboratory experience is an integral part of the course. GRMN 1225 ELEMENTARY GERMAN II Prerequisite: (R) (W). contrast. GCOM 1183 COMPUTER DRAWING: ILLUSTRATOR Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate knowledge of vector illustration techniques using Adobe Illustrator software. with different content. The readings will be accompanied by a review and enrichment of the student’s knowledge of German grammar. repetition. Grammar review and enrichment are an ongoing part of the course. using them as a basis for conversation and short compositions in German. The student will be able to function in German in a variety of situations. color and typography through the successful completion of assigned projects. networking. select various menu commands. GCOM 1173 COMPUTER DRAWING: FREEHAND Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate knowledge of vector illustration techniques using Macromedia Freehand software. Each course will concentrate on a specific language skill such as Conversational or Traveller’s German. Graphic Communications GCOM 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS IN GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS Prerequisite: (R) VARIABLE 1-6 CREDITS Students will develop skills and demonstrate competencies in topics not covered in other Graphic Communication courses. A specific topic is designated for each offering. The student will be able to function in German on topics of everyday life. GRMN 1115 5 CREDITS A continuation of GRMN 1115. the application of design principles. dominant and subordinate elements. using them as a basis for discussions and literary compositions in German. GRMN 1010 or GRMN 1115 1-4 CREDITS The student will further develop oral communication skills through intensive practice in German with a focus on listening and speaking activities. Laboratory experience is an integral part of the course. by Evaluation VARIABLE 1-6 CREDITS The student will work in a real graphic arts environment. accessing the internet. may be repeated for up to 4 credits. GCOM 2053 ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING: INDESIGN II Prerequisite: (R). GCOM 1053 or by Evaluation 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate proficiency using advanced functions and commands of electronic desktop publishing. and producing basic documents using several graphic arts software programs. with different content. select various menu commands. and production skills in their designs. balance. retouch. The student will also explore certain aspects of German culture. Students will demonstrate effective use of color. GRMN 1120 CONVERSATIONAL GERMAN II Prerequisite: (R) (W). and the design process. GRMN 2113 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I Prerequisite: (R) (W). format and store their digital images for use in printing and on the web. alignment. color separation. resize. and templates. GRMN 1225 3 CREDITS The student will read a variety of German texts. working with graphic files. GRMN 1115 ELEMENTARY GERMAN I Prerequisite: (R) (W) 5 CREDITS The beginning student will acquire fundamental proficiency in the pronunciation. reading. The student will also create and edit graphic objects and type. In addition. GRMN 2113 3 CREDITS A continuation of GRMN 2113. oral communication. This will include libraries. as well as in reading and writing skills. The student will continue to explore selected aspects of German culture. Students will also demonstrate the ability to use the software program Adobe Photoshop to enhance. Credit is variable and. The student will read more advanced German texts. This course may be repeated to a maximum of nine credit hours with the permission of the instructor. and use keyboard shortcuts. and use keyboard shortcuts. GCOM 2000 INTERNSHIP Prerequisite: (R). may be repeated for up to 4 credits. by tests and performance. 208 . GCOM 1053 3 CREDITS Students will demonstrate. GCOM 1133 INTRODUCTION TO MACINTOSH Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate a working knowledge of creating documents and folders and filing them in the current operating system. GRMN 1010 CONVERSATIONAL GERMAN I Prerequisite: (R) (W) 1-4 CREDITS The beginning student will develop oral communication skills through intensive practice in German with a focus on listening and speaking activities. flow. terminology.German GRMN 1000 SPECIAL TOPICS Prerequisite: (R) (W) VARIABLE 1-3 CREDITS The student will demonstrate competencies not covered in other German language courses. GCOM 1223 ADVERTISING LAYOUT Prerequisite: (R). The student will demonstrate increased proficiency in the fundamentals of German grammar. importing photos and artwork into documents. The course may be repeated with a change in subject matter. grammar.

GCOM 2813 WEB PAGE ANIMATION I Prerequisite: (R) 3 CREDITS The student will be able to produce vector-based animated and interactive Web sites with frames and keyframes. depth of field. scenes. RGB color. and compositional techniques used in the studio and on location. text fields. compositional techniques. and use a timeline to animate objects and text. create tables. convert laye