Oct 26, 2021  
2021-2022 Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Catalog

What's New for 2021-2022


We're excited to bring you new and updated programs for the 2021-2022 academic year!

New Programs

Commercial Driver's License (CDL), Certificate (506)  
Cybersecurity and IT Support Specialist, A.S. (790)  replaces Cybersecurity (784) and Information Technology Support (783.4)
Cybersecurity Support Specialist, Certificate (791)  replaces Cybersecurity (786)
Network Support Specialist, Certificate (792)  replaces Information Technology Support (242.5)
Technical Sales Engineer, Certificate (725)  

Updated Programs

Program Changes to the Program
Aviation Technology, A.S. (382.2)   Revised course sequence. Added CIT-100 requirement. Students may select MAT-114 or MAT-108 and ENG-103 or ENG-102. PHY-100 replaces PHY-113 as science requirement.
Civil Engineering Technology, A.S. (400.3)    MAT-108 and MAT-142/MAT-147 replaces Technical Math sequence (113/114); PHY-141 and PHY-142 replaces Technical Physics (PHY-113/114). CET courses have been replaced with respective EGR courses.
Civil Engineering Technology, Certificate (277.2)   MAT-108 replaces Math for the Technologies (113). CET courses have been replaced with respective EGR courses.
Computer Aided Design, A.S. (422.2)    MAT-108 and MAT-142/MAT-147 replaces Technical Math sequence (113/114); PHY-141 and PHY-142 replaces Technical Physics (PHY-113/114). Restricted electives have been incorporated into third and fourth semesters to allow students to concentrate on either Architectural, Mechanical or CAD focus.
Computer Aided Design, Certificate (717.2)   In first semester, EGR-105 replaces EDD-101. In second semester, EDD-221, EDD-141 and a technical elective have been added.
Computer Information Systems, A.S. (050.4) ♦   CIT 117 Computer Organization  moved to the third semester, due to pre-requisite requirements (pre-requisite changed to CIT 130 . Humanities elective moved to second semester. Also, students may now select either CIT 244  or CIT 245  to satisfy the Data Structures requirement. Version number remains the same; students may switch to 21FAL catalog.
Criminal Justice & Criminology, A.S. (600.6) ♦   Students may complete MAT 108   as one of the Math electives.Version number remains the same; students may switch to 21FAL catalog.
Culinary Arts, A.S. (670.2)   BIO-140 removed as alternative to BIO-100.
Data Analytics Technology, A.S. (788.2)    Changes in DAT coursework and sequencing. New course DAT 229 Tabular and Linked Data Analysis  replaces DAT-201 in the second semester. New course DAT 115 Ethics in Data Analytics  offered in the third semester, along with a choice of DAT 203 Data Visualization   or DAT 241 Geospatial Data Analytics . DAT 202 Advanced Analytic Methods  and DAT 204 R for Analytics  are swapped between third and fourth semester. Students in 788.1 should enroll in DAT 229 Tabular and Linked Data Analysis  instead of DAT-201.
Data Analytics, Certificate (789.1)   New course DAT 229 Tabular and Linked Data Analysis  replaces DAT-201 in the second semester. In the third semester, students may choose from DAT 203 Data Visualization   or DAT 241 Geospatial Data Analytics . DAT 202 Advanced Analytic Methods  and DAT 204 R for Analytics  are swapped between third and fourth semester.  Students in 789 should enroll in DAT 229 Tabular and Linked Data Analysis  instead of DAT-201.
Electrical Construction Technology (IBEW), A.S. (608.3)   Additional restricted electives added for students pursuing the National ECT Initiative. Students may choose from BUS, ECO, MAT courses that will transfer to Bachelor's degree programs based on articulations.
Electronic Engineering Technology, A.S. (300.3)    MEC-156 added to the fourth semester; MEC Robotics courses replace the RBT electives.
Electronics Technician, Certificate (299.3)   SET course removed. Course numbering updated for EET.
Engineering Science, A.S. (093.1)       Program remains the same; Restricted Electives reflect new course numbers.
Engineering Technology, A.S. (094.2)   Tracks A,B,C have been eliminated. 15-18 credits of restricted electives are built in for students to focus on a concentration area.
Fire and Emergency Services (330.3)   Fire Safety had adjusted focus to Fire and Emergency Services. Restricted Electives provided to give students opportunity to focus on area of interest. Students may choose science based on focus (BIO for EMS/EMT or CHM for Fire Science). Students may select either MAT-108 or MAT-102.
Green & Sustainable Building Design, Certificate (490.1)   SET and MET couress replaced with appropriate EET and EGR courses.
Health Information Technology, A.S. (550.5)   Significant changes required for accreditation. All courses changed from MDR to HIT. Students may select a course in the last semester to focus on either Revenue Cycle Managment or Healthcare Data Analytics.
Mechatronics Technology, A.S. (722.3)   Courses have been aligned to eliminate duplication between EET, EGR and MEC courses. New courses based on MT1 certification MEC-107 and MEC-109 offered as alternatives to MEC-100 or MEC-102 respectively.
Mechatronics Technology, Certificate (723.2)   Courses have been aligned to eliminate duplication between EET, EGR and MEC courses. New courses based on MT1 certification MEC-107 and MEC-109 offered as alternatives to MEC-100 or MEC-102 respectively.
Multimedia Web Programming, Certificate (104.3)   In the fourth semester, new course MMC 232 Server-Side Web Development  replaces MMC-231 Web Commerce. Version number remains the same; students may switch to 21FAL catalog.
Private Pilot, Certificate (718)   AVT-101 and AVT-105 changed to 4 credit courses; Minimum credits to graduate is now 23.
Polymer Technology, Certificate (724.2)   Courses have been aligned to eliminate duplication between EET, MEC courses. New courses based on MT1 certification MEC-107 and MEC-109 offered as alternatives to MEC-100 or MEC-102 respectively.
Theatre, A.S. (025.3)   One program with three tracks is now split into two programs; Theatre track remains for students who will major in theatre and acting. Dance track is eliminated.
Technical Theatre, A.S. (027.1)   The Theatre Technical Track has been created as its own program.

New Courses

CDL Courses - see new program Commercial Driver's License (CDL), Certificate (506)  
CIT 182 Principles of Cybersecurity  
CIT 253 Infrastructure Security  
CIT 254 Ethical Hacking  
CIT 280 Computer Forensics 2   
DAT 115 Ethics in Data Analytics  
DAT 229 Tabular and Linked Data Analysis  
DAT 241 Geospatial Data Analytics  
DAT 280 Fundamentals of Machine Learning 
ENG 090 Fundamentals of College Writing  (consult new English Course sequence)
ENG 101L English Composition 1 with Tutorial Writing Lab  (consult new English course sequence)
HAC 291CP HAC 291CP - Cooperative Education  
HIT 212 Healthcare Information and Data Governance  
HON 109H Honoring the Community through Service  
HON 115H Honors Leadership  
MEC 107 Manufacturing Tech: Math, Technology & Reasoning  
MEC 109 Manufacturing Tech: Processes, Controls & Quality  
MMC 232 Server-Side Web Development  
MRI 601 MRI 601 - MRI Safety  
RAD 601 RAD 601 - Diagnostic Procedures for Medical Imaging of the Breast  
RAD 602 RAD 602 - Patient Care for Mammography Procedures  
RAD 603 RAD 603 - Understanding Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA)  
RAD 604C RAD 604C - Mammography Clinical Applications and Training  
RAD 605 RAD 605 - Mammography National Board Review for Technologists  

Deleted Programs

Architectural Drafting and Design (270)

Computer Forensics (233)

Fire Science (130) Certificate only - Fire and Emergency Science is still active

Land Administration (491)

Manufacturing Technology (705)

Mechanical Design and Drafting (276)

Medical Laboratory Assistant (571) Certificate only - Medical Laboratory Technician is still active

Nanotechnology (454)

Paramedic Associate Degree (533) and Certificate (534)

Pharmacy Technician Certificate (418)

Surgical Technology (583) Certificate only - Associate degree program is still active

Deleted Courses

AVT-215

CET is phased out: CET-140 replaced by EGR 140 ; CET-201 replaced by EGR 216 ; CET-202 replaced by EGR 217 ; CET-215 replaced by EGR 219  

DAT-201

EET-179 replaced by MEC 106 ; EET-240 replaced by MEC 204 ; EET-245 replaced by MEC 205  

ENG-089, 100 replaced by ENG 090  and ENG 101L  (consult new English sequence)

ETH-119

LND-101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 403

MEC-103 replaced by EET 103 ; MEC-104 replaced by MET 181 ; MEC-110 replaced by MIT 208 ; MEC-150 replaced by EGR 170 ; MEC-240 replaced by EET 119  

MET is phased out: MET-106 replaced by EGR 106 ; MET-112 replaced by EGR 113 ; MET-130 replaced by EGR 130 ; MET-150 replaced by EGR 150 ; MET-170 replaced by EGR 170 ; MET-181 replaced by MET 181 ; MET-200 replaced by EGR 210 ; MET-211 replaced by EGR 218 ; MET-220 replaced by EGR 220  

MIT is phased out: MIT-103 replaced by EET 106 ; MIT-104 replaced by EET 107 ; MIT-107 replaced by EET 114 ; MIT-110 replaced by EET 119 ; MIT-208 replaced by MIT 208 ; MIT-210 replaced by EET 214 ;MIT-240 replaced by EET 240  

MMC-231

RBT is phased out: RBT-101 replaced by MEC 113 ; RBT-102 replaced by MEC 114 ; RBT-105 replaced by MEC 116 ; RBT-225 replaced by  MEC 112   ; RBT-235 replaced by MEC 108 ; RBT-238 replaced by MEC 208  

SDS-103, SDS-104, SDS-105, SDS-106H, SDS-110

SET-100, 108; SET-105 replaced by EGR 105  

WLD-208, WLD-406

Updates to Policies and Content

See updated content to describe course instructional methods and work-based learning opportunities at Understanding Courses and Credit Hours  

See updated rules for Academic Renewal (formerly known as Forgiveness)  and Course Repeat  

What Do These Changes Mean for You?

Updated Programs

Students who are applying for the Fall 2021 term and later must follow the requirements for the updated programs. See the Program Requirements section at Understanding Academic Programs  for more details on these rules. If a student started a program under a former version and has not sat out for more than one year, they will following the requirements for the original program version and catalog year when they started. Any current, continuing student in an inactive program may elect to change to the more recent program version but it not required to do so. See an Academic Advisor if you have any further questions.

Deleted Programs

If the college discontinues a program completely, students currently assigned to the program will be allowed to complete the requirements of the degree or certificate. This option will remain in force for continually enrolled students for the duration of time expected for the program (normally two years for an associate degree or one year for a certificate).