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2013-2014 catalog
Brookdale Community College
   
 
    
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
2013-2014 catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions

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Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by subject.  Courses meeting the requirements for general education are indicated by the letter(s) identifying the general education knowledge area as follows: Communication (C), Humanities (HU), Social Sciences (SS), Mathematics (M), Sciences (SC), Technological Competency (IT), History (HI), and Cultural and Global Awareness (CG).  Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) degree students are required to complete courses that address the general education goals of Ethical Reasoning and Action (E) and Information Literacy (IL).   (E) and (IL) goals are integrated in a limited number of general education courses.  AA and AS students must complete general education courses with at least one course in which (E) is an integrated goal, and one course that integrates (IL) goals.  AAS students may fulfill the requirement to complete courses with (E) and (IL) integrated goals through completion of either general education or career courses.  

Prerequisites and Corequisites:

Prerequisites are courses that must be passed prior to taking the course.  Corequisites are courses that must be taken with the course.  Students are responsible for ensuring that all prerequisite and corequisite requirements are met. Students who register for classes before grades are finalized must drop any class in which they have not successfully passed the prerequisite or corequisite subject. Students who do not withdraw from classes for which they have not completed required course work may be dropped at any time.

Technological Competency (t)

The courses listed below satisfy technological competency but are not general education courses.  These courses are identified with a (t) in the course description section.  Depending on degree program, the credits for these courses may be used as career studies or elective credits.  See your counselor for transfer information for (t) courses.

 

 

 

Electronics

   •  ELEC131 - Electrical Circuits for Power Distribution I
   •  ELEC132 - Electrical Circuits for Power Distribution II
   •  ELEC201 - Electrical Transmission and Distribution
   •  ELEC202 - Switchgears, Transformers and Controls
   •  ELEC225 - Fundamentals of Analog Electronic Devices
   •  ELEC241 - Introduction to Digital Circuits
   •  ELEC242 - Introduction to Microprocessors - Architecture and Assembly Language Programming
   •  ELEC295 - Special Project - Electronics Technology
   •  ELEC298 - Electronics Capstone Seminar
   •  ELEC299 - Internship in Electronics

Sustainable Energy

   •  ENEG125 - Introduction to Sustainable Energy
   •  ENEG126 - Principles of Energy Management
   •  ENEG225 - Wind & Wave Technology
   •  ENEG226 - Photovoltaic & Biofuel Technology

Engineering

   •  ENGI101 - Engineering Mechanics I
   •  ENGI102 - Engineering Mechanics II
   •  ENGI105 - Introduction to Engineering
   •  ENGI205 - Strength of Materials
   •  ENGI206 - Material, Properties and Processes
   •  ENGI216 - Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery
   •  ENGI241 - Principles of EE I (Circuits)
   •  ENGI242 - Principles of EE II (Electronics)
   •  ENGI251 - Digital I
   •  ENGI252 - Principles of EE III (Circuits)

English

   •  ENGL093 - Discovery Through Writing
   •  ENGL094 - Writing Skills Center
   •  ENGL095 - Fundamentals of Writing
   •  ENGL097 - Seminar in College Writing Strategies
   •  ENGL121 - English Composition: The Writing Process
   •  ENGL122 - English Composition: Writing and Research
   •  ENGL127 - Business Writing
   •  ENGL129 - Writing in the Digital Age
   •  ENGL150 - African-American Literature
   •  ENGL155 - The Short Story
   •  ENGL156 - Introduction to Poetry
   •  ENGL158 - Introduction to Literature
   •  ENGL168 - Contemporary Plays
   •  ENGL170 - Introduction to Social Media
   •  ENGL175 - Woman As Author
   •  ENGL206 - Approaches to Literary Studies
   •  ENGL221 - Creative Writing
   •  ENGL223 - Poetry Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL224 - Fiction Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL225 - Technical Writing
   •  ENGL227 - Creative Non-Fiction Workshop
   •  ENGL228 - Screenwriting Basics Workshop
   •  ENGL229 - Representing Gender
   •  ENGL231 - British Literature I: Beginnings to 18th Century
   •  ENGL232 - British Literature II: Romantic Era to The Modern Age
   •  ENGL235 - World Literature I
   •  ENGL236 - World Literature II
   •  ENGL245 - American Literature I
   •  ENGL246 - American Literature II
   •  ENGL265 - Children's Literature
   •  ENGL266 - Young Adult Literature: Books and the Adolescent
   •  ENGL275 - Shakespeare's Plays
   •  ENGL295 - Special Project - English

Environmental Science

   •  ENVR101 - Physical Geology
   •  ENVR105 - Environmental Studies
   •  ENVR107 - Environmental Science
   •  ENVR111 - Oceanography
   •  ENVR115 - Dinosaurs
   •  ENVR121 - Physical Geography
   •  ENVR126 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
   •  ENVR127 - Meterology
   •  ENVR295 - Special Project - Environmental Sciences
   •  ENVR299 - Environmental Science Internship

English As a Second Language

   •  ESL010 - ESL Skills Workshop
   •  ESL011 - Elementary English As a Second Language I
   •  ESL012 - Elementary English As a Second Language II
   •  ESL015 - Writing through Reading I
   •  ESL021 - Intermediate English As a Second Language I
   •  ESL022 - Intermediate English As a Second Language II
   •  ESL025 - Writing Through Reading II
   •  ESL031 - Advanced English As a Second Language I
   •  ESL032 - Advanced English As a Second Language II
   •  ESL035 - American Culture for ESL
   •  ESL225 - Advanced English Composition for Non-Native Speakers

Fashion Merchandising

   •  FASH121 - Fashion Merchandising
   •  FASH122 - Textile Science
   •  FASH131 - Fashion Design I
   •  FASH205 - Merchandise Planning & Control
   •  FASH212 - Visual Merchandising and Display
   •  FASH213 - Buying
   •  FASH223 - Fashion Coordination
   •  FASH224 - Case Studies and Executive Development In Fashion Merchandising
   •  FASH225 - Survey of Historic Costume
   •  FASH295 - Special Project - Fashion
   •  FASH299 - Fashion Merchandising Internship

Fitness & Recreation

   •  FITN106 - Fitness Workouts
   •  FITN107 - Physical Fitness
   •  FITN117 - Health, Exercise and Weight Management
   •  FITN120 - Exercise Science & Sports Conditioning
   •  FITN121 - Golf I
   •  FITN141 - Tennis I
   •  FITN151 - Karate: Self Defense
   •  FITN152 - Intermediate Karate
   •  FITN155 - Self Defense
   •  FITN157 - T'ai Chi
   •  FITN158 - Kickboxing
 

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