Nov 29, 2022  
2022-2023 Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Catalog

What’s New for 2022-2023


We’re excited to bring you new and updated programs for the 2022-2023 academic year!

New Programs

Carpentry, A.S. (338.1) : Students pursuing the Carpentry Certificate through the Carpenters Apprenticeship Joint Trainining program can pursue the associate degree in the field.
TESOL Certificate, Diploma (659)  

No Applications Taken at this Time

Data Analytics, AS and Certificate
Environmental Technician
Tourism

Updated Programs

Program Changes to the Program
Anesthesia Technologist, A.S. (462.2)   CHANGES EFFECTIVE SPRING 2023. Added ALH 140  to first semester; moved ENG 101  to first summer. Moved Humanities elective to second summer. Added HPE Elective and ALH 221 EKG Application and Advanced Cardiac Resuscitation  to second summer. Math Elective is now specified as MAT 106 Mathematics for Health Sciences .
Computer Information Systems, A.S. (050.4) ♦   CIT-117 course number was changed to CIT 217 Computer Organization . Also, in third semester, students now can choose between CIT 244 Object-Oriented Design, Data Structures and Algorithms Using Java  or CIT 245 Data Structures and Algorithms Using C++  for the Data Structures course.
Court Reporter, A.S. (327.4)   Removed statement that students can only start once per year.
Court Reporting, Certificate (329.4)   Removed statement that students can only start once per year.
Digital Design, Certificate (176)   ART-150 replaced by new course ART 248 Graphic Communication 1 .
Film Technician, A.S. (128.1)  

Foundational courses FLM 105 Film and Video Editing 1  and FLM 106 Introduction to Filmmaking  are offered in First Semester and prepare students for FLM 103 Film Production 1 FLM 110 Basic Construction Film/Media Production  and FLM 150 Scenic Paint for Film  moved into “restricted electives” to provide greater focus on FLM 202 Production Design for Film . FLM 203 Film Production 2  is now the culminating experience instead of FLM-404. Additional ART and THE courses added as restricted electives.

Film Technician, Certificate (126.2)   Foundational courses FLM 105 Film and Video Editing 1  and FLM 106 Introduction to Filmmaking  are offered in First Semester and prepare students for FLM 103 Film Production 1 FLM 110 Basic Construction Film/Media Production  and FLM 150 Scenic Paint for Film  moved into “restricted electives” to provide greater focus on FLM 202 Production Design for Film . FLM 203 Film Production 2  is now the culminating experience instead of FLM-404. Additional ART and THE courses added as restricted electives.
Graphic Communications, A.S. (374.3)   ART-113 and ART-150 replaced by new courses ART 248 Graphic Communication 1 , ART 249 Graphic Communication 2  and ART 250 Graphic Communication 3  for enhanced course sequencing. ART 129 Printmaking 1  and ART 165 Publication Design  moved to discipline electives that were expanded for transfer students. ART 293CP Cooperative Education  added as a career elective.
Graphic Design, Certificate (376.3)   ART-113 and ART-150 replaced by new courses ART 248 Graphic Communication 1 , ART 249 Graphic Communication 2  and ART 250 Graphic Communication 3  for enhanced course sequencing
Homeland Security, A.S. (615)   SOC 101   replaces CIT-181 (deleted course) and CJC 214P  replaces HLS-205.
Homeland Security, Certificate (616)   SOC 101  replaces CIT-181 (deleted course) and CJC 214P  replaces HLS-205
Multimedia Game Design, Certificate (109)    In first semester, MMC 113  & MMC 165  replace MMC-111; in second semester, restricted Art elective and PSY 101  replace MMC-112 and MMC-150.
Multimedia Programming, Simulation & Gaming, A.S. (108.1)  

First semester, MMC 113  & MMC 165  replace MMC-111 & CIT-125.
Second semester: CIT 165  replace MMC-112 & MMC-150; Restricted Art elective adds choice of 4 ART courses; ENG 102  moved to semester 4.
Third semester: Added CIT 145  & DAT 119  and Restricted ENG elective.
Fourth semester: Added MMC 280  Capstone and Restricted Science elective replaced PHY-141.

Radiation Therapy, A.S. (565.3)   Subject changed from RTT Radiation Therapy Technology to RTH Radiation Therapy. All courses updated.
Radiation Therapy, Certificate (566.2)   Subject changed from RTT Radiation Therapy Technology to RTH Radiation Therapy. All courses updated.

New Courses

ART 248 Graphic Communication 1  
ART 249 Graphic Communication 2  
CIT 165 Programming in C#  
CIT 217 Computer Organization  (changed from CIT-117)
ENG 280 ESL Intercultural Communication  
ENG 281 ESL Language Acquisition  
ENG 282 ESL Teaching Methods  
ENG 283 ESL Sociolinguistic Studies for Teachers  
FLM 108 The Art of Cinema  
HAC 231 Circuits and Controls for HVAC 2  
HAC 291CP Cooperative Education  
MMC 113 Multimedia Graphics  
MMC 165 2D Game Design and Creation  
MMC 280 Multimedia Capstone  
SEM 103 College Seminar for Dual Enrollment Students  

Deleted Programs

Computer Forensics (233) has been ended, as well as the Computer Forensics track within the Criminal Justice and Criminology degree.
Industrial Art, AS (280.1) has been ended.
The CCAC Washington Center has closed.

Deleted Courses

ART-177 Applied Digital Photography
BIO-103 Bioinformatics
BTC-280 Adv Topics in Biology and Biotechnology Seminar
BUS-151 Social Theory of Business Ethics
CIT-155 Excel Spreadsheets, CIT-175 Cyberspace Vulnerabilities and Risks, CIT-185 Network Security, CIT-186 Intrusion Detection and Prevention, CIT-285 Cybersecurity Capstone
DMS-245 Cardiovascular Phlebotomy, DMS-246 Cardiovascular Electrocardiogram ECG/EKG
DVS-060 College Academic Strategies

Updates to Policies and Content

Appendix F Student Residency Classification  CCAC Residency Regulation (for purposes of tuition rates) has been updated.

Dean’s List  process has been updated to include all part-time students every term, once a part-time student accumulates 12 completed credits.

What Do These Changes Mean for You?

Updated Programs

Students who are applying for the Fall 2022 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).