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Mohave Community College    
 
    
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
2017-2018 Catalog

Course Descriptions



Course Delivery Options

Mohave Community College offers a variety of ways for students to take courses. For additional information, see Course Delivery Options  and/or call MCC Connect .


Dual Enrollment

MCC has established agreements with local high schools to offer selected courses at no cost to qualified students. Dual Enrollment courses are offered in both academic and vocational areas at the high schools. Students who successfully complete dual enrollment courses receive high school and college credit.

There are several benefits of dual enrollment including the convenience of taking college courses on the high school campus during its regular hours. In addition, courses and textbooks are free to all qualified students enrolled in dual enrollment courses. These cost savings represent a considerable advantage to students and their families who can save up to two years’ worth of college tuition and material costs.

Because MCC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, many courses transfer to other colleges and universities. Dual enrollment courses prepare students for university transfer and for occupational careers.

To enroll in a dual enrollment course, a student must:

  • satisfy the prerequisites for the course as published in the college catalog,
  • be a high school junior or senior (or be eligible for a waiver),
  • have appropriate placement exam, SAT, or ACT scores,
  • have the approval of the high school personnel.

For more information regarding participating schools or related resources, visit the Dual Enrollment webpage, an area high school guidance counselor, and/or call MCC Connect .


Pre-College Studies

The Pre-College Studies program offers several opportunities for students including Adult Basic Education (ABE), General Education Development (GED), English Language Acquisition (ELA), and Transitional Studies (TRE/TRM) courses. For additional information, see Pre-College Studies  and/or call MCC Connect .


Lower-Division Courses

All of the 100-200 level courses MCC offers are considered lower-division courses. Lower-division courses generally focus on foundational theories, concepts, perspectives, principles, methods, and procedures of critical thinking in order to provide a broad basis for more advanced courses. The primary intent of lower-division coursework is to equip students with the general education needed for advanced study, to expose students to the breadth of different fields of study, and to provide a foundation for specialized upper-division coursework offered at the universities. Such courses have one or more of the following four purposes:

  • To acquaint students with the breadth of (inter) disciplinary fields in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, and to the historical and contemporary assumptions and practices of professional fields.
  • To introduce essential skills of literacy (e.g., information gathering, reading, and writing), language, (e.g., oral communication, language, and culture other than English), numeracy, and sciences to prepare for continuing work in any field of higher education.
  • To develop specific occupational skills designed to lead directly to employment based on a two-year program of study.
  • To lay the foundation for upper-division coursework and to begin development of analytical thinking and theoretical application.

Upper-division courses are specialized, in-depth, and advanced, and these courses emphasize problem-solving, analytical thinking skills, and theoretical applications.


Zero-Level Courses

Zero-level courses are pass/fail (S/U) graded courses and are not intended for college transfer. They do not count toward degree or certificate requirements and are not part of the grade point average calculation. However, zero-level courses may be required prior to enrollment into a course(s) needed for graduation. This would be determined by placement testing and degree/certificate requirements.


 Course Descriptions


 

 

Biology

   •  BIO 182 - General Biology II (Majors) with Lab
   •  BIO 201 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab
   •  BIO 202 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab
   •  BIO 205 - Microbiology with Lab
   •  BIO 290 - Field Biology I
   •  BIO 291 - Field Biology II

Building Trades

   •  BTR 100 - Blueprint Reading
   •  BTR 105 - Building Trades Safety
   •  BTR 121 - Estimating for Residential and Commercial Building

Business and Entrepreneurship

   •  BUE 101 - Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship
   •  BUE 102 - Human Behavior in the Workplace
   •  BUE 105 - Business English
   •  BUE 110 - Business Math
   •  BUE 120 - Managing and Supervising Techniques
   •  BUE 130 - Financial Management for Entrepreneurs
   •  BUE 175 - Business Ethics
   •  BUE 250 - Entrepreneurial Management
   •  BUE 260 - Global Management
   •  BUE 275 - Effective Leadership for Entrepreneurs
   •  BUE 280 - Business Internship

Business

   •  BUS 161 - Marketing
   •  BUS 162 - Retailing and Customer Service
   •  BUS 202 - Legal Environment of Business
   •  BUS 204 - Business Communications
   •  BUS 206 - Microeconomics
   •  BUS 207 - Macroeconomics
   •  BUS 208 - Business Statistics
   •  BUS 221 - Financial Accounting
   •  BUS 222 - Managerial Accounting
   •  BUS 247 - Human Resource Management

Chemistry

   •  CHM 130 - Fundamental Chemistry with Lab
   •  CHM 151 - General Chemistry I with Lab
   •  CHM 152 - General Chemistry II with Lab
   •  CHM 235 - General Organic Chemistry I with Lab
   •  CHM 236 - General Organic Chemistry II with Lab

Child Development Associate Pathway

   •  CDA 101A - Safety, Health, and Nutrition
   •  CDA 101B - Learning Environment in Early Childhood
   •  CDA 101C - Principles of Child Development and Curriculum
   •  CDA 102A - Physical Development
   •  CDA 102B - Intellectual Development
   •  CDA 102C - Social, Emotional, and Self-Concept Development
   •  CDA 103A - Observation, Behavior, and Guidance
   •  CDA 103B - Understanding Families and Communities
   •  CDA 103C - Program Operation and Professionalism

Communication

   •  COM 100 - Introduction to Communication
   •  COM 121 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 151 - Public Speaking
   •  COM 207 - Introduction to Communication Inquiry

Computer Information Systems

   •  CIS 110 - Introduction to Computer Information Systems
   •  CIS 115 - A+ Computer Technology Hardware
   •  CIS 116 - A+ Computer Technology Software
   •  CIS 120 - Introduction to Programming
   •  CIS 125 - Basic Game Design and Creation
   •  CIS 131 - Microsoft Office
   •  CIS 135 - Microsoft Access
   •  CIS 136 - Microsoft Excel
   •  CIS 138 - Microsoft Word
   •  CIS 141 - Microsoft PowerPoint
   •  CIS 142 - Digital Media
   •  CIS 143 - Web Page Design I
   •  CIS 145 - Photoshop I
   •  CIS 153 - Networking Essentials
   •  CIS 156 - Network Security and Penetration Testing
   •  CIS 200 - Programming and Game Development in Visual Basic
   •  CIS 204 - Programming and Game Development In C++
   •  CIS 206 - Programming for the Web in JavaScript
   •  CIS 208 - Programming In C#
   •  CIS 210 - Database Management and SQL Design
   •  CIS 243 - Web Page Design II
   •  CIS 245 - Photoshop II
   •  CIS 253 - Cybersecurity Administration
   •  CIS 265 - Healthcare Information Technician Capstone
   •  CIS 270 - Systems Analysis and Design
   •  CIS 280 - CIS Internship

Computer Science

   •  CSC 110 - Computer Science I
   •  CSC 210 - Computer Science II

Culinary Arts

   •  CUL 111 - Introduction to Culinary
   •  CUL 112 - Techniques of Healthy Cooking
   •  CUL 113 - Saucier: “The Art of Stocks, Soups, and Sauces”
   •  CUL 114 - Baking and Pastry
   •  CUL 115 - ServSafe/HACCP: Sanitation & Safety Management
   •  CUL 116 - Human Resource Management in the Hospitality Industry
   •  CUL 117 - Purchasing and Receiving in the Hospitality Industry
   •  CUL 118 - Marketing in the Hospitality Industry
   •  CUL 211 - Food and Beverage Cost Control
   •  CUL 212 - American Regional Cuisine
   •  CUL 213 - International Cuisine
   •  CUL 214 - Hospitality and Culinary Law
   •  CUL 216 - Advanced Baking and Pastry

Dental Assisting

   •  DAE 101 - Biomedical Dental Sciences
   •  DAE 105 - Dental Infection Control
   •  DAE 106 - Dental Radiography
   •  DAE 107 - Dental Assisting I
   •  DAE 108 - Dental Assisting II
   •  DAE 114 - Clinical Procedures
   •  DAE 115 - Office Management for the Dental Assistant
   •  DAE 118 - Dental Materials
   •  DAE 120 - Dental Specialties

Dental Hygiene

   •  DEH 100 - Current Issues and Ethics In Dental Hygiene
   •  DEH 101 - Pre-Clinical Dental Hygiene
 

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