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SLCC Catalog

    Salt Lake Community College
   
 
  Oct 20, 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 ).

 

Fashion Design

   •  FASH 2550 - Fashion Production & Sourcing

Film

   •  FLM 1023 - Introduction to Film (FA)
   •  FLM 1045 - Beginning Film Production
   •  FLM 1055 - Intermediate Film Production
   •  FLM 1070 - Film and Culture (FA,DV)
   •  FLM 1075 - Screenwriting
   •  FLM 1080 - Music In Film
   •  FLM 1100 - Acting for the Camera I
   •  FLM 1101 - Acting for the Camera I Lab
   •  FLM 1200 - Acting for the Camera II
   •  FLM 1201 - Acting for the Camera II Lab
   •  FLM 1300 - Money & Creative Professionals
   •  FLM 1400 - Copyrights for Creative Professionals
   •  FLM 1420 - Salesmanship And Promotion For Creative Professionals
   •  FLM 1440 - Building A Creative Business
   •  FLM 1513 - Stagecraft for Theatre & Film
   •  FLM 1515 - Basic Audio Production
   •  FLM 1800 - Digital Media Tools/Techniques
   •  FLM 1900 - Independent Studies
   •  FLM 2015 - Film Directing And Techniques
   •  FLM 2045 - Commercial Film Production
   •  FLM 2065 - Motion Picture Sound
   •  FLM 2075 - Advanced Video Editing And Postproduction
   •  FLM 2200 - Introduction to Film Criticism
   •  FLM 2500 - Bootcamp: Advanced Film Production Techniques
   •  FLM 2510 - Adv Video Prod - Documentary
   •  FLM 2513 - Introduction to Set Design for Stage & Screen
   •  FLM 2540 - Introduction to Stage Lighting
   •  FLM 2715 - Cinematography
   •  FLM 2750 - Film Prod. Techn. Internship
   •  FLM 2800 - Film Acting for Directors
   •  FLM 2801 - Film Acting for Directors Lab
   •  FLM 2900 - Special Topics

Finance and Credit

   •  FIN 1050 - Personal Finance (ID)
   •  FIN 1210 - Principles of Banking
   •  FIN 1380 - Financial Mathematics (QS)
   •  FIN 2000 - Finance and CO-OP Education
   •  FIN 2040 - Financial Management
   •  FIN 2100 - Introduction to Investments
   •  FIN 2150 - Mutual Funds
   •  FIN 2200 - Personal Financial Planning
   •  FIN 2210 - Principles of Business Credit
   •  FIN 2220 - Financial Statement Analysis
   •  FIN 2240 - Credit Law
   •  FIN 2600 - Securities Trading I
   •  FIN 2950 - Business Leaders Forum
   •  FIN 2990 - Special Studies in Finance

Fine Arts

   •  FA 1025 - Human Relations and Collaboration in the Performing Arts (HR)
   •  FA 1080 - Basic Metal Sculpting (FA)
   •  FA 1090 - Bridging the Arts (FA)

French

   •  FRN 1010 - First Semester French
   •  FRN 1020 - Second Semester French (LN)
   •  FRN 1300 - Beginning Conversation
   •  FRN 1900 - Special Studies in French
   •  FRN 2010 - Third Semester French
   •  FRN 2020 - Fourth Semester French
   •  FRN 2300 - Conversation
   •  FRN 2700 - Introduction to Literature
   •  FRN 2710 - Introduction to French Film
   •  FRN 2900 - Special Topics in French

Genealogy (CE)

   •  CEGN 0001 - Gen Computer & Internet Tools
   •  CEGN 0010 - Intro to Genealogical Research
   •  CEGN 0011 - U.S. Record Groups
   •  CEGN 0012 - International Record Groups
   •  CEGN 0016 - Tracing Immigrant Origins
   •  CEGN 0110 - Genealogy Writing & Publishing
   •  CEGN 0111 - Genealogy and Family History Writing
   •  CEGN 0150 - Preparing for US Credentials
   •  CEGN 151 - Preparing for Intl Credentials
   •  GEN 1000 - Gen Computer & Internet Tools
   •  GEN 1010 - Intro to Genealogical Research
   •  GEN 1011 - U.S. Genealogy Research II
   •  GEN 1012 - International Record Groups
   •  GEN 1014 - Making Money with Genealogy
   •  GEN 1016 - Tracing Immigrant Origins
   •  GEN 1110 - Genealogy Writing & Publishing
   •  GEN 1111 - Genealogy & Family History Writing
   •  GEN 1120 - Genealogy and Family History Writing
   •  GEN 1125 - Genealogy Publishing
   •  GEN 1150 - Preparing for Accredited Genealogist
   •  GEN 1151 - Preparing for Certified Genealogist
   •  GEN 1160 - Advanced Research Methodology
   •  GEN 1170 - Narrative Family History Writing
   •  GEN 1180 - Genetic Genealogy

Geography

   •  GEOG 1000 - Physical Geography (PS)
   •  GEOG 1300 - Regional Geography (ID)
   •  GEOG 1400 - Human Geography (ID)
   •  GEOG 1600 - Intro to Geographic Science
   •  GEOG 1700 - Natural Disasters (PS)
   •  GEOG 1780 - Remote Sensing of Earth (PS)
   •  GEOG 1800 - Mapping Our World (ID)
   •  GEOG 1820 - Intermediate GIS
   •  GEOG 1850 - Environmental Field Studies
   •  GEOG 1900 - Special Projects
   •  GEOG 2000 - Geography Co-Op
   •  GEOG 2100 - Cartography & Visualization
   •  GEOG 2200 - Urban/Environ. Issues (ID)
   •  GEOG 2300 - Statistics for GIS
   •  GEOG 2400 - Data Acquisition & Management
   •  GEOG 2600 - Python for GIS
 

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