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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 ).

 

Heavy Duty Diesel (SAT)

   •  KHVT 0030 - Electrical/Electronic Systems
   •  KHVT 0035 - Safety and Shop Skills
   •  KHVT 0040 - Hydraulics I
   •  KHVT 0060 - Drive Trains
   •  KHVT 0100 - Safety & Basic Shop Skills
   •  KHVT 0110 - Basic Diesel
   •  KHVT 0120 - Basic Engine Performance
   •  KHVT 0130 - Preventive Maintenance of Brake Systems
   •  KHVT 0140 - PM Chasis
   •  KHVT 0150 - Drivetrains & Fluid Drives
   •  KHVT 0160 - Drivetrains Gear Drives
   •  KHVT 0170 - Heavy Duty Electrical Circuits

History

   •  HIST 1100 - Western Civ. to 1300 (SS)
   •  HIST 1110 - Western Civ Since 1300 (SS)
   •  HIST 1210 - Asian Civilizations: Traditions (SS)
   •  HIST 1220 - Asian Civilizations: Modern History & Societies (SS)
   •  HIST 1300 - Colonial Latin America (SS)
   •  HIST 1310 - Modern Latin America(SS)
   •  HIST 1450 - Middle Eastern Civ (SS)
   •  HIST 1460 - Modern Middle Eastern Civ (SS)
   •  HIST 1500 - World History to 1500(SS)
   •  HIST 1510 - World History Since 1500 (SS)
   •  HIST 1700 - American Civilization (AI)
   •  HIST 1900 - Special Studies in History
   •  HIST 2010 - Native American Hist/Cult
   •  HIST 2020 - Native Americans & the Envt.
   •  HIST 2030 - Native American Art History
   •  HIST 2200 - Americanization (SS,DV)
   •  HIST 2600 - Native American Voices (SS,DV)
   •  HIST 2700 - US History to 1877 (SS)
   •  HIST 2710 - US History Since 1877 (SS)
   •  HIST 2800 - Utah`s Diverse Heritage(SS,DV)
   •  HIST 2900 - Special Topics
   •  HIST 2950 - Archival Internship

Homeland Security/Emergency Management

   •  HSEM 1360 - Intro to Homeland Security
   •  HSEM 1370 - Law, Policy & Privacy in Homeland Security Emergency Management
   •  HSEM 1380 - Introduction to Intelligence Analysis
   •  HSEM 1390 - Transportation & Border Security
   •  HSEM 1400 - First Responder in Homeland Security Emergency Management
   •  HSEM 1410 - Emergency Planning in Homeland Security & Emergency Management
   •  HSEM 1420 - Emergency Communications Management
   •  HSEM 1430 - Protect & Restore Critical Infrastructure
   •  HSEM 1440 - Continuity of Operations in Homeland Security & Emergency Management
   •  HSEM 1450 - Critical Thinking in Homeland Security & Emergency Management
   •  HSEM 1900 - Special Studies in Homeland Security Emergency Management
   •  HSEM 2000 - Homeland Security Emergency Management CO-OP
   •  HSEM 2300 - Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
   •  HSEM 2350 - Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT)

Hospitality Management

   •  HOSP 1200 - Food & Beverage Management
   •  HOSP 2000 - Hospitality Management Co-Op
   •  HOSP 2400 - Event Planning & Management
   •  HOSP 2500 - Hotel Operations Management

Humanities

   •  HUMA 1010 - Essentials of Humanities (HU)
   •  HUMA 1100 - Intro to Humanities (HU)
   •  HUMA 1900 - Special Studies in Humanities
   •  HUMA 2000 - Humanities CO-OP Education
   •  HUMA 2310 - Great Books I
   •  HUMA 2320 - Great Books II
   •  HUMA 2600 - Decade of the '60s (HU)

Human Services Specialist (CE)

   •  HSS 1500 - Therapeutic Recreation Tech

Industry Training

   •  IND 1120 - Math for Industry (QS)
   •  IND 1130 - Math for Welders

Information Studies (CE)

   •  ISIS 1010 - Intro to Library Services
   •  ISIS 1200 - Public Information Services
   •  ISIS 1500 - Library Technical Services

Integrated Learning Lab (SAT)

   •  KALL 0110 - Integrated Learning Lab

Interior Design

   •  INTD 1010 - Intro to Interior Design (FA)
   •  INTD 1020 - Applying Feng Shui in Interior Design
   •  INTD 1050 - Professional Seminar
   •  INTD 1100 - Drafting for Interior Design
   •  INTD 1200 - Color for Interiors
   •  INTD 1250 - Digital Graphics for Interior Design
   •  INTD 1270 - Survey of Furniture & Architectural Design
   •  INTD 1300 - Drawing for Interior Design
   •  INTD 1370 - Commercial Space Planning
   •  INTD 1400 - Copyrights for Creative Professionals
   •  INTD 1420 - Salesmanship And Promotion For Creative Professionals
   •  INTD 1440 - Building A Creative Business
   •  INTD 1450 - Basic CAD for INTD
   •  INTD 1460 - Advanced CAD Application
   •  INTD 1750 - Design Psychology
   •  INTD 1950 - Materials and Resources for Interior Design
   •  INTD 2000 - Internship
   •  INTD 2150 - Green/Sustainable Interiors
   •  INTD 2200 - Construction Techniques and Residential Codes
   •  INTD 2300 - Lighting Design & Application
   •  INTD 2350 - Space Planning & Commercial Codes for Interior Design
   •  INTD 2370 - Fundamentals of Revit
   •  INTD 2400 - Kitchen & Bath Design
   •  INTD 2450 - Advanced Kitchen & Bath Design
   •  INTD 2600 - Business Practices of Interior Design
   •  INTD 2700 - Interior Design Portfolio
   •  INTD 2800 - Historic Preservation
   •  INTD 2900 - Independent Study
   •  INTD 2950 - NCIDQ Exam Preparation

International Studies

   •  INTL 2040 - The Immigrant Experience through Literature and Film (HU,DV)
   •  INTL 2060 - Intl Lit and Culture (HU,DV)
   •  INTL 2230 - Global French Cultures (HU)
   •  INTL 2240 - Latin American Studies (HU)
   •  INTL 2980 - Travel Study (ID)
 

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