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SLCC Catalog

    Salt Lake Community College
   
 
  Oct 18, 2017
 
2017-2018 SLCC General Catalog 
  
2017-2018 SLCC General Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering Information:
Courses at SLCC are identified by an alphabetic prefix (two to four letters) followed by a four-digit number. Numbers beginning with a “1” generally indicate a course designed primarily for freshmen (such as ENGL 1010 ); numbers beginning with a “2” generally indicate courses designed primarily for sophomores (such as MATH 2010 ); numbers beginning with a “0” generally indicate preparatory courses that are non-transferable (such as WRTG 0990 ).

 

English as a Second Language, Levels 1-3 (SAT)

   •  KESL 0751 - Grammar
   •  KESL 0752 - Pre-College Grammar
   •  KESL 01565 - Beginning Pronunciation

English as a Second Language, Level 4

   •  ESL 1010 - Advanced II Listening & Speaking
   •  ESL 1020 - College Reading and Writing
   •  ESL 1030 - ESL Conversation
   •  ESL 1040 - ESL Grammar
   •  ESL 1050 - ESL Vocabulary
   •  ESL 1060 - ESL Pronunciation
   •  ESL 1070 - TOEFL Preparation
   •  ESL 1080 - Business English for ESL
   •  ESL 1090 - American Culture & Citizenship
   •  ESL 1900 - Special Studies - ESL

Ethnic Studies

   •  ETHS 2410 - African Amer. Culture (SS,DV)
   •  ETHS 2420 - Asian American Culture (SS,DV)
   •  ETHS 2430 - Mexican Amer. Culture (SS,DV)
   •  ETHS 2440 - Native Amer. Culture (SS,DV)
   •  ETHS 2900 - Special Topics in Ethnic Studies

Event Management (CE)

   •  EVNT 1010 - Intro to Event & Mtg Planning
   •  EVNT 1100 - Site Selection/Negotiation/Law
   •  EVNT 1200 - Transportation & Housing
   •  EVNT 1300 - Event Registration
   •  EVNT 1400 - Food and Beverage Management
   •  EVNT 1500 - Hotel Sales & Operation
   •  EVNT 1600 - Special Events
   •  EVNT 1700 - Non-Profit Event Planning
   •  EVNT 1800 - Money Management for Event Planners

Environmental Technology

   •  ENVT 1010 - Race to Save Planet (ID)
   •  ENVT 2200 - Laws/Policy for Sustainability

Facilities Maintenance JATC Technology

   •  FMTA 1110 - Maintenance Electricity I
   •  FMTA 1120 - Maintenance Electricity II
   •  FMTA 1210 - Maintenance HVAC
   •  FMTA 1220 - Maintenance Plumbing
   •  FMTA 1470 - Math for the Trades (QS)
   •  FMTA 2310 - Maintenance Constr/Mechanic
   •  FMTA 2320 - Maintenance Pipefitting
   •  FMTA 2410 - Mntnc. Welding/Trowel Trades

Family & Human Studies

   •  FHS 0010 - Intro to Early Child. Ed. Lab
   •  FHS 0011 - Child Guidance - Lab
   •  FHS 1230 - Adolescent Growth & Dev.
   •  FHS 1500 - Lifespan Human Development (SS)
   •  FHS 1900 - Individual Studies in FHS
   •  FHS 2000 - Co-op Education in FHS
   •  FHS 2020 - Special Studies-CDA Completion
   •  FHS 2300 - Administration of Early Childhood Programs
   •  FHS 2340 - Creating Environments for Young Children
   •  FHS 2400 - Marriage & Family Relations (SS)
   •  FHS 2450 - Intro. to Human Sexuality (ID)
   •  FHS 2500 - Child Development: Birth-Eight
   •  FHS 2550 - Infant and Toddler Development
   •  FHS 2570 - Growth & Dev. of Children 6-12
   •  FHS 2600 - Intro. to Early Childhood Ed.
   •  FHS 2610 - Child Guidance
   •  FHS 2620 - Creative Learning
   •  FHS 2640 - Home, School & Comm. Relations
   •  FHS 2645 - Early Childhood Integrated Curriculum
   •  FHS 2800 - Practicum Teaching
   •  FHS 2820 - Teaching Seminar
   •  FHS 2900 - Special Topics in FHS

Fashion Design

   •  FASH 1010 - Introduction to Fashion
   •  FASH 1100 - Pattern Drafting Essentials
   •  FASH 1150 - Pattern by Measurements
   •  FASH 1200 - The Art of Fashion
   •  FASH 1210 - Fashion Illustration I
   •  FASH 1240 - Fashion Buying and Management
   •  FASH 1250 - Textiles
   •  FASH 1260 - Fashion Forecasting
   •  FASH 1300 - Visual Merchandising
   •  FASH 1320 - Apparel Analysis
   •  FASH 1350 - History of Costume
   •  FASH 1370 - 20th Century Fashion
   •  FASH 1400 - Copyrights for Creative Professionals
   •  FASH 1420 - Salesmanship And Promotion For Creative Professionals
   •  FASH 1440 - Building A Creative Business
   •  FASH 1500 - Beginning Sewing
   •  FASH 1505 - Intermediate Sewing
   •  FASH 1550 - Alterations
   •  FASH 1610 - Knitwear Design
   •  FASH 1630 - Outerwear & Performn. Apparel
   •  FASH 1640 - Millinery
   •  FASH 1650 - Embellishments
   •  FASH 1660 - Pattern Drafting Procedures
   •  FASH 1670 - Intimate Apparel & Swimwear
   •  FASH 1680 - Digital Pattern Making
   •  FASH 1700 - Tailoring Techniques
   •  FASH 1850 - Fashion Show Production
   •  FASH 1900 - Spc Prj/
   •  FASH 1950 - Corset Making Techniques
   •  FASH 2000 - Fashion Internship
   •  FASH 2030 - Advanced Sewing
   •  FASH 2050 - Pattern Alterations and Fit
   •  FASH 2150 - Draping Fundamentals
   •  FASH 2220 - Fashion Illustration II
   •  FASH 2280 - Bridal Design / Evening Wear
   •  FASH 2300 - Design Outreach
   •  FASH 2350 - Costuming
   •  FASH 2410 - Collection Development
   •  FASH 2440 - Collection Production
   •  FASH 2450 - Portfolio Development
   •  FASH 2500 - Fashion Entrepreneurship
 

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