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    Manchester Community College
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course offerings are subject to change.

The courses in this section are grouped by subjects that are listed alphabetically. Within each subject group, the courses are listed in numerical order, the lowest first and the highest last.

Courses with numbers 099 and below are noncredit courses. Courses with numbers in the 100-199 range are considered first-year courses. Courses numbered 200 or higher are considered second-year courses.

The semester in which a course is generally offered is indicated by the codes: Fa = Fall, O = Occasional, Sp = Spring and Su = Summer. Students and their advisors may use these designations in determining course selection for any particular semester.

Electives - Within an academic program, courses are either required or elective. Elective courses fall into broad subject areas of study in the liberal arts and sciences. These broad subject areas are the humanities, the natural sciences and the social sciences. Courses may also be business electives or may be undesignated.

General Education Requirements - In addition, all degree programs have specific general education requirements. General education requirements assure that students have exposure to a range of courses in specific areas of the curriculum. The general education requirements are grouped into six modes. The general education modes and courses can be found in the catalog here .

When choosing courses, it is important to choose the type of elective or general education mode specified within the program of study. Students should seek the advice of a academic counselor or faculty member when choosing courses.

A complete list of courses being offered is available online at http://my.commnet.edu. A list of current Continuing Education courses is available online as well. Course offerings are subject to change.

 

Computer Systems Technology

   •  CST* 114: Web Essentials
   •  CST* 131: Networking Theory & Application
   •  CST* 132: Networking Infrastructure
   •  CST* 141: Computer Hardware
   •  CST* 150: Web Design & Development I
   •  CST* 201: Introduction to MIS
   •  CST* 205: Project Management
   •  CST* 237: SysAdmin I - Client/Server
   •  CST* 238: SysAdmin II - Client/Server
   •  CST* 250: Web Design and Development II
   •  CST* 258: Internet Programming

Criminal Justice

   •  CJS* 100: Perspectives of Criminal Justice
   •  CJS* 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CJS* 102: Introduction to Corrections
   •  CJS* 103: Introduction to Security
   •  CJS* 104: Introduction to Security Methods
   •  CJS* 105: Introduction to Law Enforcement
   •  CJS* 106: Introduction to Homeland Security
   •  CJS* 120: Police and the Community
   •  CJS* 123: Police Patrol Procedures
   •  CJS* 125: Motor Vehicle Stops
   •  CJS* 126: Gangs and “Families”
   •  CJS* 127: Identifying and Coping with Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
   •  CJS* 128: Survey of Drugs of Abuse
   •  CJS* 129: Management Preservation of the Crime Scene
   •  CJS* 130: Profiles of the Serial Offender
   •  CJS* 131: Traumatic Incident Stress Management
   •  CJS* 132: Serial Sex Offenders
   •  CJS* 133: Police Response to Tactical/Hostile Situations
   •  CJS* 134: Advanced Studies in Gangs & Cults
   •  CJS* 135: The Death Penalty
   •  CJS* 136: Crime, Criminals and the Media
   •  CJS* 137: Test Preparation for Police Candidates
   •  CJS* 138: Shooting Reconstruction
   •  CJS* 144: Policing Techniques
   •  CJS* 145: Interviewing and Interrogation
   •  CJS* 148: Trace Evidence
   •  CJS* 157: Homeland Security and Domestic Preparedness
   •  CJS* 160: Introduction to Emergency Management
   •  CJS* 171: Safety and Fire protection Management
   •  CJS* 211: Criminal Law I
   •  CJS* 212: Criminal Law II
   •  CJS* 213: Evidence & Courtroom Procedure
   •  CJS* 215: Trial Research and Presentation
   •  CJS* 216: Advanced Trial Techniques
   •  CJS* 220: Criminal Investigation
   •  CJS* 221: Arson Investigation
   •  CJS* 222: Computer Investigation Techniques
   •  CJS* 225: Forensic Science I
   •  CJS* 226: Forensic Science II
   •  CJS* 227: Forensic Photography
   •  CJS* 230: Security Management
   •  CJS* 240: Correctional Administration
   •  CJS* 243: Institutional Treatment of the Offender
   •  CJS* 244: Community-Based Corrections
   •  CJS* 250: Police Organization and Administration
   •  CJS* 255: Ethical Issues In Criminal Justice
   •  CJS* 272: Social Psychology of Criminal Behavior
   •  CJS* 289: Careers in Criminal Justice
   •  CJS* 293: CJ Cooperative Education/Work Experience
   •  CJS* 294: Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice

Deaf Studies

   •  DFS* 111: Introduction to the Deaf Community

Dental Assistant

   •  DAS* 123: Chairside Dental Assisting
   •  DAS* 131: Oral Anatomy and Pathophysiology
   •  DAS* 132: Dental Materials
   •  DAS* 133: Dental Radiography I
   •  DAS* 134: Oral Health Promotion
   •  DAS* 135: Dental Practice Management
   •  DAS* 136: Infection Control in Dentistry
   •  DAS* 143: Dental Radiography II
   •  DAS* 200: Dental Assistant Clinical Practicum I
   •  DAS* 201: Dental Assistant Practicum II

Digital Arts

   •  DGA* 109: Introduction to Games
   •  DGA* 111: Introduction to Computer Graphics
   •  DGA* 113: Drawing for Animation & Games
   •  DGA* 220: Visual Storytelling & Sequential Art
   •  DGA* 224: Digital Painting
   •  DGA* 240: Web Page Design
   •  DGA* 258: User Experience Design
   •  DGA* 259: Interface Design
   •  DGA* 263: Animation Foundation
   •  DGA* 267: 2D Animation
   •  DGA* 271: 3-D Computer Modeling
   •  DGA* 273: 3D Materials, Textures & Lighting
   •  DGA* 275: 2D Game Design
   •  DGA* 276: 3D Animation and Rigging
   •  DGA* 277: 3D Game Level Design
   •  DGA* 278: 3D Hard Surface Modeling
   •  DGA* 279: 3D Organic Surface Modeling
   •  DGA* 289: Motion Graphics & Effects

Drug/Alcohol Recovery Counselor

   •  DAR* 101: Public Health Issues Abuse and Addiction
   •  DAR* 102: Taking Sides: Drugs and Society
   •  DAR* 105: Hollywood, Addiction and Mental Illness
   •  DAR* 111: Addiction Counseling
   •  DAR* 112: Group Counseling Theory and Techniques
   •  DAR* 158: Biology of Addiction
   •  DAR* 213: Addiction Counseling II
   •  DAR* 220: Co-Occurring Disorders Counseling
   •  DAR* 251: Counseling Internship I
   •  DAR* 252: Counseling Internship II
 

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