2024FA Clinton Community College

ACCOUNTING

Clinton Community College

ACC-111 Intro to Accounting (3 cr.) VT

232195CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:30AMTRDCAC307 Eberhart
This course serves as an introduction to the accounting cycle, including the structured systems and records used by small businesses and professional offices. The student will learn fundamental accounting concepts and principles that can be used directly in the workplace or as the foundation for further accounting coursework.

AGRICULTURE (Farm Management/Agribusiness Management)

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AGA-210 Corn and Soybean Prod (3 cr.) VT

232157CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:30AMTRDCAC346 Ewers
232149CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:30PMTRCCAC206 Ewers
232442CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:30PMTRMAQCTBA Ewers
This course covers the principles of corn and soybean production relative to managerial decisions needed to produce maximum economic yield. This course is designed to enable the student to learn and discuss the most current issues and research information dealing with the commercial and specialized production of corn and soybeans. Special focus will be placed on managements critical thinking abilities in relation to the above production factors and the economical and responsible use of all resources.

AGS-315 Prin of Animal Nutrition (3 cr.) VT

232152CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFDCAC346 Ewers
232145CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMMWFCCAC206 Ewers
232439CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMMWFMAQCTBA Ewers
This course is a study of the digestive systems of farm livestock, the basic food nutrients, how and why they are needed by the animals, and the individual nutrient requirements of each farm animal depending on the stage of growth, development, or function. This course also covers topics such as selection of feeds for feeding farm animals and the procedures used to determine what feeds to use. Students will select the proper feed rations to use and learn to formulate balanced feed rations.

AGS-352 Genetics (1.5 cr.) VT

232155CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-10:00AMWFDCAC346 Ewers
232148CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2401:10PM-02:00PMWFCCAC206 Ewers
232441CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2401:10PM-02:00PMWFMAQCTBA Ewers
This course deals with basic genetics principles as applied to crop and livestock science. Topics will include selection, breeding systems, breeding animals on individual type, progeny testing, and genetic improvement. Seed selection based on hybrid characteristics and basic biotechnological advances will be discussed.

ART

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✓ ART-101 Art Appreciation (3 cr.) AS

232063CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2411:20AM-12:50PMTRLNCN146B Davis
This course is an introduction to the history of paintings, sculpture, and architecture. Emphasis is on the appreciation of well-known works of art in a variety of media. The artist and the creative process are explored. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Arts and Humanities Area.

ART-120 2-D Design (3 cr.) AS

232064CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-03:00PMTRLNCN135 Davis
This course is an introductory design class exploring visual organization, form, content, and creative problem solving in two-dimensional (2-D) pictorial design. Using a variety of art media, students will investigate the definition and expression of design as both a noun and a verb. Students will deepen their understanding of the visual elements as they relate to good design through the creative process.

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY

Clinton Community College

AUT-115 Automotive Shop Safety (1 cr.) VT

232183CLL0108/26/24-08/30/2408:00AM-11:00AMMTRFCCAC230 Staff
CLL0108/26/24-08/30/2408:00AM-09:30AMWCCAC230 Staff
232198CLL0208/26/24-08/30/2412:00PM-03:00PMMTRFCCAC230 Staff
CLL0208/26/24-08/30/2412:00PM-01:30PMWCCAC230 Staff
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the proper personal and shop safety procedures needed to function in an automotive or truck shop. Students will learn general safety rules and work place safety including Right to Know and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Regulations. Basic first aid will also be discussed.

AUT-524 Auto Brake System & Service (4 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:AUT-115 or CRR-140
232187CLL0110/14/24-12/18/2408:00AM-11:00AMMTRFCCAC230 Staff
CLL0110/14/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:30AMWCCAC230 Staff
232201CLL0210/14/24-12/18/2412:00PM-03:00PMMTRFCCAC230 Staff
CLL0210/14/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:30PMWCCAC230 Staff
This course deals specifically with disc and drum brakes, power and conventional braking systems, and emergency braking systems used on todays cars and light trucks. The use of measuring tools, brake lathes, and anti-lock brake system (ABS) scan tools will be stressed. Students will develop competencies aimed at entry-level skills as a brake specialist.

AUT-606 Basic Auto Electricity/Electrn (3 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:AUT-115
232186CLL0109/02/24-10/11/2408:00AM-11:00AMMTRFCCAC230 Staff
CLL0109/02/24-10/11/2408:00AM-09:30AMWCCAC230 Staff
232199CLL0209/02/24-10/11/2412:00PM-03:00PMMTRFCCAC230 Staff
CLL0209/02/24-10/11/2412:00PM-01:30PMWCCAC230 Staff
This course introduces the student to basic electrical and electronic principles applied to automotive electrical circuits. Lab sessions are spent turning theory into hands-on practice.

BIOLOGY

Clinton Community College

✓ BIO-114 General Biology IA (4 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete MAT-053, MAT-065, or HSC-137.; Students should have placement into ENG-105 or take ENG-095/ENG-105 concurrently with this course.
232091CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2410:20AM-11:20AMMWFLNCN118 Welch
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2411:00AM-01:00PMTLNCN121 Welch
232090CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2407:45AM-09:15AMTRMAQC29 Andresen
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:15AM-10:15AMTRMAQC29 Andresen
This course is an introduction to the basic?principles of biology. Topics studied include?chemical applications in biology, cellular?biology, bioenergetics, cell division, and?genetics.

✓ BIO-168 Human Anat and Physiology I (4 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete BIO-114 or 1 yr HS biology within 5 yrs.; Complete CHM-110, 122, 165, 179, or 1 yr HS chemistry within 5 yrs.
232147CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2401:40PM-02:40PMMFLNCN118 Cottrell
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-03:00PMTLNCN118 Cottrell
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-02:00PMRLNCN118 Cottrell
232197CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFLNCN118 Welch
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMTLNCN118 Welch
This course is the first in a two semester survey?of the structure and function of the human body.?The study begins at the cellular level and?proceeds through tissue and organ levels within?each of the body systems: integumentary, skeletal,?muscular, nervous, special senses, and endocrine.

BUSINESS

Clinton Community College

BUS-102 Introduction to Business (3 cr.) AS

232194CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMDCAC307 Eberhart
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMFDCAC307 Eberhart
This course is designed to introduce the student to American contemporary business, its nature and environment. A survey course providing exposure to the social responsibilities of business, management, production, human resources, marketing, finance, quantitative methods, world business law. Recommended to be taken early in business program.

CHEMISTRY

Clinton Community College

✓ CHM-122 Intro General Chemistry (4 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:A grade C or higher in MAT-053 or equivelant
232133CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFLNCN132C Schmitz
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:40AM-11:40AMTLNCN132C Schmitz
232134CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:30AMTRLNCN132C Schmitz
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2409:40AM-11:40AMRLNCN132C Schmitz
Introduction to General Chemistry is the first?course in a sequence of two introductory chemistry?courses with lab. An elementary approach to?chemical principles and laboratory practices is?taken. Emphasis is placed on the nature of matter,?bonding, nomenclature, equations, acids and bases?and chemistry as applied to everyday life. This?course is intended primarily to fulfill laboratory?science requirements and to fulfill chemistry?requirements for nursing, dental hygiene, and some?home economics and agricultural programs.

✓ CHM-165 General Chemistry I (4 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete CHM-110, CHM-122 or high school chemistry AND MAT-067 or minimum math placement score based on college assessment or consent of instructor
232135CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2410:20AM-11:20AMMWFLNCN132C Schmitz
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:40PM-02:40PMTLNCN132C Schmitz
This course is the first in a sequence of two?general chemistry courses for students in pre-med,?pre-chiro, pre-vet, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy,?pre-engineering, other physical or biological?sciences, or liberal arts. Topics include?dimensional analysis, stoichiometry, gases, atomic?structure and periodicity, solutions, chemical?bonding, and thermochemistry.

✓ CHM-166 General Chemistry I (5 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete CHM-110, CHM-122 or high school chemistry AND MAT-067 or minimum math placement score based on college assessment or consent of instructor
232136CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2410:20AM-11:20AMMWFLNCN132C Schmitz
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:40PM-02:40PMTLNCN132C Schmitz
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2411:30AM-12:30PMFLNCN132C Schmitz
This is the first course in a sequence of two?general chemistry courses for students in pre-med,?pre-chiro, pre-vet, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy,?pre-engineering, other physical or biological?sciences, or liberal arts. Topics include?dimensional analysis, calculation methods,?stoichiometry, gases, atomic structure and?periodicity, solutions, chemical bonding, and?thermochemistry. The five credit-hour course also?covers crystal structures and treats the topics?listed in greater detail.

COMMUNICATION

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COM-140 Intro to Mass Media (3 cr.) AS

232296CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2410:20AM-11:20AMMWFLNCN150 Bielski
This course is an introduction to the history, evolution, and relationships of the media and their effects on our society. It examines print, electronic, and social media as well as ethics, advertising, and public relations. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Arts and Humanities Area.

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Clinton Community College

✓ CSC-110 Intro to Computers (3 cr.) AS

232196CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-10:30AMMDCAC307 Eberhart
CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2409:40AM-10:30AMTRDCAC307 Eberhart
232074CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:40PM-02:10PMMWLNCN158 Eberhart
232068CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2405:00PM-06:30PMMWLNCN151 Nicoletto
This course introduces students to Windows-based?Personal Computer (PC) concepts and commonly used?Microsoft applications that are supported in?business and industry.? Students will use a?Windows Operating System while learning basic?operation of Microsoft Office applications?including Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

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CON-170 Building Const Technqs I (6 cr.) VT

232188CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:30AMMTRFCCAC231 Johnson
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMWCCAC231 Johnson
232189CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:30AMMTRFDCAC348 Staff
CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMWDCAC348 Staff
232165CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-02:30PMMTRFCCAC231 Johnson
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMWCCAC231 Johnson
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Johnson
Building Construction Technique I provides practical application of selected construction techniques. Students learn construction techniques in preparation of flat concrete work as well as fundamentals of block laying and brick laying techniques as they relate to basic construction. OSHA training, plumbing, framing, HVAC, roof sheathing and shingling will also be learned techniques.

EDUCATION

Clinton Community College

EDU-213 Introduction to Education (3 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:SDV-130
232100CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-02:30PMTRLNCN108 Lueders Jennings
This course presents an overview of the field of education, including foundations of American education, effective teacher characteristics, student engagement, philosophies of education, and curriculum development. Current challenges and issues in regards to education will be discussed and analyzed on topics such as school funding, professionalism, ethical and legal issues, student diversity, and classroom management. Students will complete a 40-hour practicum at the elementary, middle, or high school level in which an emphasis is placed on educational theory and the creation of a portfolio documenting the students understanding of the Iowa Teaching Standards. This course is recommended for students who plan to major in education. Students will complete 40 clock hours of observation in a K-12 setting.

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

Clinton Community College

ELE-113 AC/DC Fundamentals (3 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:A minimum math placement score based on college assessment within the last two years, or with instructor permission.
232327CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMTCCAC229 Otto
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:00AM-11:00AMTCCAC229 Otto
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMRCCAC229 Otto
232330CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMTCCAC229 Otto
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-03:00PMTCCAC229 Otto
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-02:00PMRCCAC229 Otto
This course is an introduction to Alternating?Current (AC)/ Direct Current (DC) theory. The?student is introduced to the concepts of?electricity and its sources, basic circuits,?schematics, motor theory, and laws that govern?circuits.

ELECTRONICS

Clinton Community College

ELT-177 Microcontrollers (3 cr.) VT

232555CLL9110/21/24-12/18/24TBAMTWRFONLCONLN Otto
CLL9110/21/24-12/18/2408:30AM-08:00PMMTWRFCCAC223 Otto
NOTE: This course is based on modules that the student will access on-line. Course information, assignments and labs are listed in the modules. Students have the option of working on the assignments on or off campus, labs must be completed on campus in the presence of an instructor. Instructors are available in the labs to help with assignments, labs and to monitor testing. Open Lab 8:30 am - 8:00 pm MW, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm TR and 8:30am - 2:30 pm F This course is offered on-campus, and a portion of the course material is also delivered online.
This course is an introduction to the study of microcontrollers and their applications. Topics include microcontroller architecture, and introductory programming and interfacing techniques.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

Clinton Community College

EMS-202 Emergency Medical Technician (9.5 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:Eighteen years of age at the time of enrollment. Register & attend AHA Healthcare Provider CPR certification 1 week prior to the start of the course. Recommend ability to read, write, and speak English at the college level. Must be able to physically perform the required skills. (A functional analysis of EMT including detailed information on the physical demands is available from the program coordinator.)
232255CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2405:00PM-10:00PMMWLNCN157 Petersen, Rogis
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Petersen, Rogis
The Emergency Medical Technician Course is based on the National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards & Instruction Guidelines which is the National Standard Curriculum for EMS Education which is the foundation of knowledge and skills of the Emergency Medical Technician. Upon successful completion of the program, the student will obtain the AHA Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition, & Stabilization certification, and be eligible for the National Registry EMT Practical & Written Examination to obtain a National EMT license, and a State of Iowa EMT certification.

ENGLISH

Clinton Community College

ENG-095 ALP Writing (3 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Enroll in ENG-105 or ENG-107 as a Co-requisite course.
232287CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-10:10AMMWFLNCN133 Campbell
NOTE: Students registering for ENG-095-CLL01 Basic Writing, MUST also register for ENG-105-CLL03 (232285).
This course is a co-requisite course designed to support skills necessary for successful completion of ENG 105? or ENG 107?, using an Accelerated Learning Program model. The writing process, critical thinking and reading skills, and strategies to enhance student success are emphasized. In this class, students will practice writing skills learned in ENG105 or ENG107 and work closely with the instructor to develop increased confidence and writing proficiency.

✓ ENG-105 Composition I (3 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete ENG-095 or minimum English placement score based on college assessment.
232290CLL0508/26/24-12/18/2407:55AM-08:55AMMWFMAQC24 Petersen
232285CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFLNCN133 Campbell
NOTE: Students registering for ENG-105-CLL03 Composition I, MUST also register for ENG-095-CLL01 (232287).
232286CLL0408/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFLNCN133 Campbell
232293CLL0608/26/24-12/18/2409:00AM-10:00AMMWFMAQC24 Petersen
232278CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-10:10AMMWFLNCN109 Hafner
232711CLL0908/26/24-12/18/2410:00AM-11:00AMMWFMAQC24 Petersen
232144CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:35PM-01:35PMMWFLNCN109 Hafner
232313CLL0708/26/24-12/18/2409:40AM-11:10AMTRLNCN133 Campbell
Composition I introduces students to the college-level writing process. Students will develop critical reading and thinking skills to analyze and evaluate information from diverse viewpoints. The course introduces documentation practices and information literacy skills. Students will write and revise at least four formal assignments and produce a minimum of 20 pages. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Communications Area.

✓ ENG-106 Composition II (3 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete ENG-105 or ENG-107
232295CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2410:20AM-11:20AMMWFLNCN109 Hafner
232289CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:30AMTRLNCN133 Campbell
Composition II is a continuation of Composition I. Students will analyze, synthesize, and evaluate texts. Critical thinking skills, argumentation, writing style, and academic research, introduced in Composition I, will also be further developed in this course. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Communications Area.

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Clinton Community College

✓ ENV-111 Environmental Science (4 cr.) AS

232092CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-10:10AMMWFLNCN118 Welch
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMRLNCN121 Welch
In this course common environmental problems will?be surveyed, with discussion as to their possible?causes, consequences, and remedies. An emphasis?will be placed on objective analyses of issues and?arguments related to environmental concerns.

GLOBAL STUDIES

Clinton Community College

✓ GLS-100 Contemporary World Issues (3 cr.) AS

232070CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2410:20AM-11:20AMMWFLNCN149 Barleen
This course is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of issues affecting life in the modern world. It identifies topical areas to study as background to major contemporary issues. Typical areas of discussion will be ecology, world economy, resource utilization, and comparative cultures among others. Instruction will be primarily discussion oriented and will utilize guest lectures, outside reading and projects, and limited lecture. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Cultural/Historical Perspectives Area.

HEALTH

Clinton Community College

HSC-113 Medical Terminology (2 cr.) VT

232156CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMTRLNCN150 Jahn
232173CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMTRDCAC308 Staff
232151CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMTRDCAC308 Staff
232321CLL0408/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMTRLNCN150 Jahn
This course will teach students about the body?systems approach to learning medical language.?Word parts are used to build, analyze, define, and?spell medical terms. Structural, directional,?disease and disorder, surgical, and diagnostic?terms, pronunciations, and abbreviations are?included.

HSC-172 Nurse Aide (3 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:Students must be 16 years of age to attend clinical.
232316CLL0109/24/24-10/27/2409:00AM-02:30PMTRLNCN140 Boesch, Ludvigsen
CLL0110/28/24-10/31/2406:00AM-02:00PMMTWRLNCN140 Boesch, Ludvigsen
NOTE: This course is composed of 50 hours of classroom time and 30 hours of clinical experience. Student must complete the Nurse Aide Training form, pay $25 non-refundable background check fee, and register with a photo ID. This course is offered on-campus.
232318CLL0211/07/24-12/11/2409:00AM-02:30PMTRLNCN140 Boesch, Ludvigsen
CLL0212/12/24-12/18/2406:00AM-02:00PMMTWRLNCN140 Boesch, Ludvigsen
NOTE: This course is composed of 50 hours of classroom time and 30 hours of clinical experience. Student must complete the Nurse Aide Training form, pay $25 non-refundable background check fee, and register with a photo ID. This course is offered on-campus. **Please note there will be class on Wednesday, November 20, 2024 due to class not being held on November 28, 2024 because of the Thanksgiving Break.
This course meets the training of The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1987 (OBRA) for aides working in nursing facilities (NF) and skilled nursing facilities (SNF). Emphasis is placed on achieving a basic level of knowledge and the demonstration of skills to provide safe, effective resident/client care. Students must be 16 years of age to attend clinical.

HISTORY

Clinton Community College

✓ HIS-152 U.S. History Since 1877 (3 cr.) AS

232069CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-10:10AMMWFLNCN149 Barleen
The study of the political, cultural, social, and economic developments from 1877 to the present. Historical perspective and critical analysis are emphasized. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Cultural/Historical Perspectives Area.

HOSPITALITY, CULINARY & MGT

Clinton Community College

HCM-100 Sanitation and Safety (2 cr.) VT

232190CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMMCCAC208 Toppert
232301CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-02:00PMMCCAC208 Toppert
This course provides the student with a solid foundation in food service sanitation and safety. Students are required to the pass the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification exam to continue in the Culinary Arts curriculum.

HCM-154 Basic Food Prep (Lec/Lab) (2 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:HCM-180
232191CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMWRCCAC208 Toppert
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/24TBA CCACTBA Toppert
232302CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-02:00PMWRCCAC208 Toppert
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Toppert
This course teaches students the basic skills of grilling, frying, broiling, saut?ing, vegetable cookery, recipe conversion, recipe costing, and creating soups and stocks.

HCM-180 Food Fundamentals (2 cr.) VT

232192CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMTCCAC208 Toppert
232303CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-02:00PMTCCAC208 Toppert
This course is an overview of foodservice and culinary arts. Students look at industry structure, developing trends and influences of management. Students will develop their awareness of food products and the world of food.

HCM-932 Internship (1 cr.) VT

232193CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMFCCAC208 Toppert
232304CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-02:00PMFCCAC208 Toppert
This course provides on-the-job experience on campus or in the industry, giving the student experience and practical application of the competencies in the internship agreement. The internship is coordinated by the college instructor and supervised by an industry professional at the work site.

HUMANITIES

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✓ HUM-110 Changes & Choices (3 cr.) AS

232071CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:40PM-02:10PMMWLNCN149 Barleen
This course offers students an opportunity to explore ways in which the Humanities are integral in their personal and work lives, especially as they face change and make decisions. The course will explore works of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, history, philosophy, and art, and apply themes from these works to their own lives. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Arts and Humanities Area.

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

Clinton Community College

IND-134 Print Reading (2 cr.) VT

232220CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMCCAC223 Otto
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:00AM-10:00AMMCCAC223 Otto
232221CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMMCCAC223 Otto
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-03:00PMMCCAC223 Otto
This course presents an overview of methods used in presenting and interpreting a variety of industrial drawings and prints. This course is designed to provide the necessary skills to read and interpret symbols commonly found on industrial drawings and prints.

IND-200 Mechanical Drives I (2 cr.) VT

232329CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMWCCAC223 Otto
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMFCCAC223 Otto
232331CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMWCCAC223 Otto
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-02:00PMFCCAC223 Otto
This course will teach stuents the fundamentals of?mechanical drives by introducing the student to?key fasteners, v-belts, chain drives, spur gear?drives and multiple shaft drives in mechanical?drive systems used throughout the industry.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Clinton Community College

NET-167 Computer Sys & Troubleshooting (4 cr.) VT

232169CLL8208/26/24-10/18/2408:00AM-10:10AMMTWRLNCN147 Morford
CLL8208/26/24-10/18/24TBATBA LNCN147 Morford
232159CLL8108/26/24-10/18/2412:30PM-02:40PMMTWRDCAC306 Morford
CLL8108/26/24-10/18/24TBA TBA Morford
This course presents an in-depth exposure to computer hardware and operating systems. Students learn the functionality of hardware and software components as well as suggested best practices in maintenance and safety issues. Through hands on activities and labs, students learn how to assemble and configure a computer, install operating systems and software and troubleshoot hardware and software problems.

NET-303 Windows Workstation Op Syst (3 cr.) VT

232170CLL9210/21/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:10AMTWRLNCN147 Morford
CLL9210/21/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Morford
232160CLL9110/21/24-12/18/2412:30PM-02:40PMTWRDCAC306 Morford
CLL9110/21/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Morford
This course will prepare students to use and support Windows Operating Systems (OS) in a business setting. Topics include installation, administration of resources, troubleshooting, networking, optimization, virtualization, and security.

NET-679 TCP/IP and Subnetting (1 cr.) VT

232171CLL9210/21/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:10AMMLNCN147 Morford
CLL9210/21/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Morford
232161CLL9110/21/24-12/18/2412:30PM-02:40PMMDCAC306 Staff
CLL9110/21/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Staff
This course is intended to provide the necessary information to understand the TCP/IP protocol Suite as well as IP Addressing and Subnetting. This course includes a discussion on the structure and purpose of an IP Address and the purpose for Subnetting. A thorough discussion on Subnetting Class A, B, & C networks, as well as, Variable Length Subnet Mask (VLSM), and Supernetting (Classless Internet Domain Routing) of multiple Class C Addresses is provided. Finally, an introduction to Internet Protocol Version 6 is provided.

LITERATURE

Clinton Community College

✓ LIT-111 American Lit Since Mid-1800s (3 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:ENG-105 or ENG-107
232511CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:40AM-11:10AMTRLNCN146B Petersen
This course introduces literary works in four genres (the short story, poetry, drama, and the novel) by American authors from 1865 to the present, with a focus on themes and formal characteristics that define American literature. Emphasis is on learning the basic elements of each genre and applying those elements as tools of literary interpretation through critical reading and writing. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Arts and Humanities Area.

✓ LIT-185 Contemporary Literature (3 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:ENG-105 or ENG-107
232299CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:40PM-02:10PMMWLNCN133 Campbell
This course focuses on works written since World War II. The effects of culture, environment and mass media on literature and its four major genres (short fiction, poetry, novel and drama) are explored in detail through critical reading and writing. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Arts and Humanities Area.

MANUFACTURING

Clinton Community College

MFG-106 Workplace Safety (3 cr.) VT

232175CLL8108/26/24-10/18/2408:00AM-11:00AMMCCAC202 Hathaway
NOTE: Addional online work is required outside of the schedule classroom time.
232138CLL8408/26/24-10/18/2412:00PM-03:00PMMCCAC202 Hathaway
232213CLL8208/26/24-10/18/2408:00AM-11:00AMFDCAC310 Hathaway
232217CLL8308/26/24-10/18/2412:00PM-03:00PMFMAQCTBA Staff
232392CLL8508/26/24-10/18/2412:30PM-02:30PMFDCACTBA Hathaway
This course introduces students to the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces. Students successfully completing this course will be eligible to test for the OSHA-10 Card for General Industry.

MFG-192 Blueprint Reading (3 cr.) VT

232391CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:30PM-02:30PMTRDCACTBA Wadsworth
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Wadsworth
This course will cover introduction to engineering drawings, multi-view drawings, sectional views, dimensions and tolerances, and part feature specification.

MFG-371 Manual Projects (3 cr.) VT

232215CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:30PM-02:00PMMDCAC344 Wadsworth
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2402:00PM-02:45PMMDCAC344 Wadsworth
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:30PM-02:45PMWDCACTBA Wadsworth
This course will develop the primary skills and knowledge to use basic measurement instruments and manual machine tools in the laboratory situation. Areas of instruction will include basic measurement tools, drill press, manual vertical milling machine, manual lathe, and surface grinder. Various projects will strengthen the proper use of these tools.

MATHEMATICS

Clinton Community College

MAT-053 Pre-Algebra (4 cr.) AS

232076CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2405:30PM-07:30PMTRLNCN115 Grotelueschen
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Grotelueschen
This course is designed for students who need to review and improve their arithmetic skills. Topics include whole numbers, introduction to algebra, understanding variables and solving equations, solving application problems, rational numbers, ratios, proportions, geometric relationships, percents, measurements, graphs, exponents, and polynomials.

MAT-066 Algebra I (4 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete MAT-053 with a minimum grade of C- or better or minimum math placement score based on college assessment within the last two years. Immediate prerequisite course must have been completed within the last two years.
232094CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMTRLNCN115 Staff
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Staff
This course provides students with the beginning topics in a two-part algebra sequence. Topics covered include basic algebraic concepts, linear equations in one and two variables, linear inequalities, graphing equations, exponents and polynomial rules, functions, and beginning exponential and logarithmic functions.

MAT-075 Statistics Support (1 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Prerequisite: Minimum math placement score based on college assessment within the last two years.; Corequisite: MAT-156 must be taken at the same time as this course.
232096CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-10:10AMMWLNCN148 Staff
This course provides students with math skills to reinforce topics covered in MAT-156 Statistics. Students must register for this course and MAT-156 in the same semester. This course supports students by reviewing fundamental math concepts needed for statistics material, reviewing statistical concepts introduced in MAT-156, and developing critical thinking and problem-solving techniques.

✓ MAT-110 Math for Liberal Arts (3 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete MAT-065 or MAT-066 with a minimum grade of C- or better or minimum math placement score based on college assessment within the last two years. Immediate prerequisite course must have been completed within the last two years.
232075CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFMAQC27 Staff
232699CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2409:00AM-10:00AMMWFMAQC27 Staff
232098CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2410:20AM-12:20PMMWFLNCN148 Staff
This course is designed for the liberal arts?student. The course will include logic, counting?methods and probability, statistics, financial?mathematics, different base systems, sets, and?problem solving.

MAT-138 College Algebra With Limits (4 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete MAT-067 with a minimum grade of C- or better or minimum math placement score based on college assessment within the last two years. Immediate prerequisite course must have been completed within the last two years.
232398CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:40PM-01:40PMMTWRTBA Staff
This course will prepare students for future study?in mathematics. Topics include solving equations?and inequalities, complex numbers, polynomial,?rational, absolute value, and exponential and?logarithmic functions, systems of equations,?matrices, sequences and series, permutations and?combinations, the binomial theorem, and limits.

✓ MAT-156 Statistics (3 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete MAT-065, MAT-066, or MAT-067 with a minimum grade of C- or better or minimum math placement score based on college assessment within the last two years. Immediate prerequisite course must have been completed within the last two years.
232097CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFLNCN148 Staff
This course is recommended for business,?economics, mathematics, science and social?sciences students. The course focuses on?obtaining, presenting and organizing statistical?data. Course topics covered include descriptive?measures, probability, probability distributions,?binomial distributions, normal distributions,?sampling distributions, confidence intervals,?hypothesis testing, linear regression, and?correlation. A graphing calculator with statistics?functions is required.

✓ MAT-210 Calculus I (4 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Complete MAT-128 with a minimum grade of C- or better or minimum math placement score based on college assessment within the last two years. Immediate prerequisite course must have been completed within the last two years.
232086CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:20AMMWFLNCN132B Abdi
This course is the first in a three-part calculus?series designed to provide science, math,?engineering, or computer science students with a?foundation in calculus and analytical geometry.?Topics for this course include analytical?geometry, limits, differentiation, applications of?the derivative, integration, and applications of?the integral. A graphing calculator is required.

NURSING

Clinton Community College

ADN-302 Holistic Family Health Cncpts (10 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:A minimum grade of C in ADN-176 and SOC-110. Take ENG-105.; Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ADN-451
232104CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-12:30PMMRLNCN116 Adams
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Adams
This course is designed to further develop the?concepts within the three domains of the?individual, healthcare, and nursing. Emphasis is?placed on the concepts of thermoregulation,?oxygenation, sexuality, reproduction, infection,?development, family, health-wellness-illness,?communication, caring interventions, managing?care, metabolism, teaching and learning, and?safety. Professional behaviors, health policy, and?informatics are also emphasized.

ADN-451 Health System Concepts (3 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:A minimum grade of C in ADN-176 and SOC-110. Take ENG-105.; Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ADN-302 and BIO-186.
232105CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-12:30PMFLNCN116 Adams
This course is designed to further develop the concepts within the three domains of the individual, healthcare, and nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts of grief/loss, violence, health-wellness illness, collaboration, managing care, safety, advocacy, legal issues, policy, healthcare systems, ethics, accountability and evidence-based practice. Upon completion, students should be able to provide safe nursing care incorporating the concepts identified in this course.

PNN-154 Health Concepts I (10 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:It is required that students have taken 75 hour state approved Certified Nurse Aide Curriculum previous to this course or be active in the Iowa Direct Worker Registry Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Healthcare Provider Level with skills.; Minimum grade of C or higher in BIO-168, BIO-151, and PSY-111.
232268CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2410:00AM-01:20PMRFLNCN157 Henneman
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/24TBA TBA Henneman
This course introduces the concepts within the?three domains of the healthcare recipient, health?and illness, and professional nursing in?healthcare. Emphasis is placed on the concepts?within each domain including culture,?spirituality, self-management, fluid and?electrolytes, acid base, sleep, glucose?regulation, nutrition, elimination, perfusion, gas?exchange, clotting, immunity, inflammation,?infection, mobility, tissue integrity, pain,?fatigue, clinical judgement, ethics, patient?education, health promotion, communication,?collaboration, safety, technology and informatics,?evidence, health care quality, and caregiving.?Upon completion, students should be able to?provide safe nursing care incorporating the?concepts identified in this course. This course?replaces PNN 165 and PNN 166.

PNN-280 Pharmacology I (2 cr.) P VT

Prerequisite:Minimum grade of C in PNN-154 and BIO-173.; It is required to have 75 hours state approved Certified Nurse Aid Curriculum or active on the Iowa Direct Worker Registry Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Healthcare Provider Level with skills prior to taking this course.; Minimum grade of C or higher in BIO-168, PSY-111, and BIO-151.
232277CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-02:20PMMLNCN127 Canarr
This course provides first semester nursing?students enrolled in the Associate Degree and?Practical Nursing programs a foundation for?pharmacological nursing. Utilizes the nursing?process as the framework for presenting concepts?of pharacology and drug administration.

PHYSICS

Clinton Community College

✓ PHY-162 College Physics I (4 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:A minimum grade of C in MAT 067?or two years of High School Algebra
232088CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:40AM-10:40AMMWFLNCN132B Abdi
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:40AM-11:40AMTLNCN132B Abdi
This course is the first in a sequence of two?physics courses for students in liberal arts,?pre-med, pre-vet, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy, and?other students not majoring in the physical?sciences, math, or engineering. Topics include?fundamentals of mechanics, Newtons Laws of Motion,?energy, momentum, periodic motions, fluids,?rotation, and thermal physics. Students are?expected to acquire basic skills in scientific?methods, critical reasoning and problem-solving.

✓ PHY-212 Classical Physics I (5 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:MAT-210
232089CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:40AM-10:40AMMWRFLNCN132B Abdi
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:40AM-11:40AMTLNCN132B Abdi
This course is the first course in a sequence of?two physics courses for students in physics, other?physical sciences, math, and engineering. Course?topics include the fundamentals of mechanics,?Newtons Laws of Motion, energy, momentum, periodic?motions, fluids, rotation, and thermal physics.?Calculus is applied to physics concepts. Students?are also expected to learn to organize their?thoughts clearly in both written and oral?communication.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Clinton Community College

✓ POL-111 American National Government (3 cr.) AS

232042CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:00AM-10:00AMMWFMAQC25 Hamerlinck
232049CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-02:30PMTRLNCN154 Hamerlinck
This course is a survey of American government and politics. It includes discussion of the historical foundations and fundamental principles of American democracy, the basic institutions of government, the fundamental rights of citizens and the public policy process. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Social Sciences Area.

PSYCHOLOGY

Clinton Community College

✓ PSY-111 Intro to Psychology (3 cr.) AS

232153CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFDCAC308 Miller
232172CLL0408/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFLNCN107 Schmidt
232322CLL0508/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMMWFDCAC308 Miller
232150CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2412:30PM-01:30PMMWFLNCN107 Carlson
232062CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:30AMTRMAQC25 Miller
This course is an examination of the fundamentals of behavior. It is designed to familiarize students with human behavior, how it is studied, and the applications of the results of that study. Theoretical issues, comprehension of research findings, and research techniques will also be examined. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Social Sciences Area.

PSY-121 Developmental Psychology (3 cr.) AS

232072CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-10:10AMMWFLNCN107 Carlson
This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the process and interrelationship of physical, emotional, intellectual, and social evolution in the individual. Attention is given to these human potentials throughout the life-cycle from conception to death.

PSY-241 Abnormal Psychology (3 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:PSY-111 or consent of instructor.
232073CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2410:20AM-11:20AMMWFLNCN107 Carlson
This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of abnormal behavior as it exists in modern life. Also, the student will be given criteria to recognize abnormal behavior and be shown theoretical aspects along with treatment designs.

SOCIOLOGY

Clinton Community College

SOC-110 Intro Sociology (3 cr.) AS

232046CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2410:05AM-11:05AMMWFMAQC25 Hamerlinck
232048CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2411:20AM-12:50PMTRLNCN154 Hamerlinck
This course introduces students to a framework of thinking that involves theories in social structure, structural functionalism, symbolic interaction, feminism, and conflict theories, with respect to family, education, economic stratification, poverty, race, ethnic inequality, gender, family, socialization, government, politics, violence, crime and religion. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Social Sciences Area.

SPEECH

Clinton Community College

✓ SPC-112 Public Speaking (3 cr.) AS

232297CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:40PM-02:10PMMWLNCN150 Bielski
232402CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMWFMAQCTBA Schony
232403CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2409:05AM-10:05AMMWFMAQCTBA Schony
This course is an introduction to public speaking with emphasis on organization, presentation, and listening. Students will gain experience in the process and principles of public speaking including audience analysis, selection and organization, and style and delivery. Practice in preparation and delivery of a minimum of 30 minutes of graded informative and persuasive extemporaneous speeches are required. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Communications Area.

SPC-120 Intercultural Communications (3 cr.) AS

232298CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-02:30PMTRLNCN150 Bielski
This course is an introduction to the principles of intercultural communication with an emphasis on the impact of culture on personal identity and the communication process. Students will acquire knowledge and develop skills to help them communicate with diverse audiences in a variety of communication contexts. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Cultural/Historical Perspectives Area.

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

Clinton Community College

SDV-130 Career Exploration (1 cr.) AS

232174CLL8208/26/24-10/18/2407:55AM-08:55AMMWMAQC25 Brown
232099CLL8108/26/24-10/18/2412:00PM-12:50PMTRLNCN108 Lueders Jennings
This course is designed to involve students in educational and occupational orientation (as related to self) and to make valid educational choices. Participants have an opportunity to investigate employment opportunities in their field of interest. The college selection process is reviewed and an appropriate curriculum for students majors will be developed.

SDV-196 Getting Involved (1 cr.) P AS

Prerequisite:Consent of Instructor
232683CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2411:00AM-01:00PMTLNCN127 Evans, Herrington
In this course students will receive credit for volunteer work in a community organization or with one of the college services. Emphasis is on involvement with other people. Activities may include tutoring, working with youth or aged, or a leadership position in a college activity.

WELDING

Clinton Community College

WEL-191 GTAW-TIG (3 cr.) VT

232497CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMMCCACTBA Simonin
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/24TBA CCACTBA Simonin
NOTE: Students must complete 4 lab hours per week. Open lab from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Mondays & Fridays, 10 a.m. - noon on Wednesdays.
This course focuses on gas tungsten arc welding (TIG) and other related processes. Topics such as process variation, welding in various positions, principles of operation, shielding gases, and filler rods will be studied. Safety and practical application of these welding processes will be stressed.

WEL-361 Intro to Welding (2 cr.) VT

232218CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMMMAQCTBA Staff
CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-03:00PMMMAQCTBA Staff
232176CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMTCCAC225 Simonin
CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-10:00AMWCCAC225 Simonin
NOTE: Open Welding laboratory times available 8 - 11 a.m. Monday thru Friday when classes are not in session
232141CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-01:00PMTCCAC225 Simonin
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-02:00PMWCCAC225 Simonin
NOTE: Open Welding laboratory times available 12 - 3 p.m. Monday thru Friday when classes are not in session
This course demonstrates various welding techniques using Virtual Reality (VR) Welding technology. Introduces correct techniques and practices used in welding processes.

WEL-362 Welding Fundamentals (3 cr.) VT

232219CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-03:00PMTMAQCTBA Staff
232177CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-11:00AMRCCAC225 Simonin
NOTE: Open Welding laboratory times available 8 - 11 a.m. Monday thru Friday when classes are not in session
232143CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2412:00PM-03:00PMRCCAC225 Simonin
NOTE: Open Welding laboratory times available 12 - 3 p.m. Monday thru Friday when classes are not in session
This course covers the various symbols used in welding and their associated math skills. Students will learn the principles associated with the symbols, how to recognize them on engineering drawing, and how to use math to convert measurements as required on engineering drawings.

WEL-363 Welding Discontinuities (1 cr.) VT

232430CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:00AM-10:00AMTCCACTBA Simonin
NOTE: Open Welding laboratory times available 8 - 11 a.m. Monday thru Friday when classes are not in session
232431CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2401:00PM-02:00PMTCCACTBA Simonin
NOTE: Open Welding laboratory times available 12 - 3 p.m.Monday thru Friday when classes are not in session
This course?includes the responsibilities of the welding inspector as they relate to the elevation for weldments,?the identifications and classification of discontinuities,?and the conditions that exist when evaluating discontinuities in order to decide whether they are acceptable or unacceptable.

WEL-366 SMAW-Stick (4 cr.) VT

232498CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2409:00AM-03:00PMMFCCACTBA Simonin
CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2408:00AM-09:00AMFCCACTBA Simonin
NOTE: Students must complete 6 lab hours per week. Open lab from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Mondays & Fridays, 10 a.m. - noon on Wednesdays.
This course focuses on safety, amperage settings, polarity, and the proper selection of electrodes for the Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) process, commonly known as Stick welding. Students perform American Welding Society complaint welds on carbon steel, in vertical up and overhead configurations, using visual and destructive methods for determining weld quality.

WORK BASED LEARNING

Clinton Community College

WBL-101 Exploring Careers: AFNR (1 cr.) VT

232154CLL0208/26/24-12/18/2409:10AM-10:10AMMDCAC346 Ewers
232146CLL0108/26/24-12/18/2401:10PM-02:10PMMCCAC206 Ewers
232440CLL0308/26/24-12/18/2401:10PM-02:10PMMMAQCTBA Ewers
This course will provide guidance in choosing a career goal and preparing for employment in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources careers. Emphasis will be placed on identifying interests, abilities, and values, and exploring options for careers. Students will learn how to access labor market information and employment trends. Additionally, students will develop the skills and aptitudes necessary to obtain employment in these fields, emphasizing the development of characteristics associated with job success.