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When prerequisites are required before enrolling in a course, the prerequisites are identified in the course description. Prerequisite: Completed ASL 101 or satisfactory score on appropriate proficiency exam. ASL 125: History and Culture of the Deaf Community I (3 cr.) — Presents an overview of various aspects of Deaf Culture, including educational and legal issues. AUT 111-112: Automotive Engines I-II (4 cr.) — Presents analysis of power, cylinder condition, valves and bearings in the automotive engine to establish the present condition, repairs or adjustments. Courses in sequence (identified by numerals I, II, III, and/or IV) usually require the prior course or equivalent be completed before enrolling in the advanced course in the sequence. ART 287: Portfolio and Resume Preparation (1 cr.) — Focuses on portfolio preparation, resume writing, and job interviewing for students.
A prerequisite course serves to promote student success in the related course. Introduces cultural knowledge and increases understanding of the Deaf Community. ASL 195: Topics in (1-5 cr.) — Provides an opportunity to explore topical areas of interest to or needed by students. Introduces increasingly complex grammatical aspects including those unique to ASL. Contact with the Deaf Community is encouraged to enhance linguistic and cultural knowledge. Presents Occupational Safety and Health Act standards pertaining to the automotive field. Co-requisite MTH 1 or Prerequisite: Completed MTE 1-3. Also includes complete diagnosis, troubleshooting, overhaul and factory adjustment procedures of all major carbureted and fuel injection systems.
Studies the management of line operations, staff and auxiliary services, investigative, and juvenile units. ART 132: Fundamentals of Design II (4 cr.) —Explores the concepts of two- and-three dimensional design and color.
Introduces the concept of data processing; examines policies, procedures, rules, and regulations pertaining to crime prevention. Lecture 3 hours per week ART 101-102: History and Appreciation of Art I-II (3 cr.) — Presents the history and interpretation of architecture, sculpture, and painting. ART 106: History of Modern Art (3 cr.) — Surveys the history of modern architecture, sculpture, painting, and graphic arts in representational and nonrepresentational forms.
Surveys concepts of protection of life and property, detection of offenses, and apprehension of offenders. ADJ 133: Ethics and the Criminal Justice Professional (3 cr.) — Examines ethical dilemmas pertaining to the criminal justice system, including those in policing, courts and corrections. ADJ 201: Criminology (3 cr.) —Studies current and historical data pertaining to criminal and other deviant behavior. ARA 202: Intermediate Arabic II (3 cr.) — Continues to develop understanding, speaking, reading and writing skills and emphasizes basic Arabic sentence structure. Begins with prehistoric art and follows the development of western civilization to the present. Focuses on the periods and movements that influenced the arts of the twentieth century. ART 121: Drawing I (4 cr.) — Develops basic drawing skills and understanding of visual language through studio instruction/lecture.
Focuses on some of the specific ethical choices that must be made by the criminal justice professional. ADJ 161: Introduction to Computer Crime (3 cr.) — Provides a basic introduction to the nature of computer crimes, computer criminals, relevant law, investigative techniques, and emerging trends. ADJ 171-172: Forensic Science I-II (4 cr.) — Introduces student to crime scene technology, procedures for sketching, diagramming and using casting materials. Examines theories that explain crime and criminal behavior in human society. ADJ 211: Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedures I (3 cr.) —Teaches the elements of proof for major and common crimes and the legal classification of offenses. Discusses the diversity of cultures in the Arab world. Emphasizes contemporary art forms, particularly the interaction between art and society, industry, and design. ART 116: Design for the Web I (3 cr.) — Introduces the basic elements of web page design: typography, imagery, and color, and examines how they are combined to create effective layouts. Introduces concepts such as proportion, space, perspective, tone and composition as applied to still life, landscape and the figure. ART 122: Drawing II (4 cr.) — Develops basic drawing skills and understanding of visual language through studio instruction/lecture. ART 131: Fundamentals of Design I (4 cr.) —Explores the concepts of two- and three-dimensional design and color.
Courses numbered 100 through 199 are freshman courses applicable toward associate degrees and certificate programs.