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SLCC Catalog

    Salt Lake Community College
   
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 SLCC General Catalog [**** ATTENTION: YOU ARE VIEWING AN ARCHIVED 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 ).

 

Engineering Drafting & Manufacturing Technology

   •  EDDT 1420 - Basic MicroStation
   •  EDDT 2160 - Statics and Strength of Matls
   •  EDDT 2180 - Electronics Drafting
   •  EDDT 2190 - Civil Drafting
   •  EDDT 2240 - Steel Detailing
   •  EDDT 2340 - Manufacturing Processes
   •  EDDT 2350 - Manufacturing Processes Lab
   •  EDDT 2360 - Pipe Drafting
   •  EDDT 2420 - Advanced MicroStation
   •  EDDT 2540 - Geometric Dimension &Tolerance
   •  EDDT 2600 - Modeling with SolidWorks
   •  EDDT 2700 - Advanced SolidWorks
   •  EDDT 2710 - AutoDesk Inventor 3D Modeling
   •  EDDT 2990 - Special Topics

English

   •  ENGL 0990 - Integrated Read & Write II
   •  ENGL 1010 - Intro to Writing (EN)
   •  ENGL 1030 - Writing in Professions (HR)
   •  ENGL 1050 - Intr/Rdg Diverse Cultur(HU,DV)
   •  ENGL 1100 - Diversity /Pop US Lit (HU,DV)
   •  ENGL 1120 - Introduction to English Grammar
   •  ENGL 1200 - Intro to Ling./Stdy of Lang.
   •  ENGL 1250 - Effective Revision and Editing
   •  ENGL 1260 - Efficient Reading
   •  ENGL 1800 - Digital Media Tools/Techniques
   •  ENGL 1810 - Mentoring Writers
   •  ENGL 1820 - Publication Studies
   •  ENGL 1900 - Special Studies
   •  ENGL 1910 - WCC Capstone
   •  ENGL 2000 - English CO-OP Education
   •  ENGL 2010 - Intermediate Writing (EN)
   •  ENGL 2030 - Language in US Society (HU,DV)
   •  ENGL 2100 - Technical Writing (EN)
   •  ENGL 2250 - Intro/ Imaginative Wrtg (HU)
   •  ENGL 2260 - Intro to Writing Poetry (HU)
   •  ENGL 2270 - Intro to Writing Fiction (HU)
   •  ENGL 2280 - Intro Creative Nonfiction (HU)
   •  ENGL 2290 - Intro Novel Writing
   •  ENGL 2300 - Intro to Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 2330 - Children`s Literature
   •  ENGL 2500 - Grammar and Style
   •  ENGL 2600 - Critical Intro Literature (HU)
   •  ENGL 2610 - Diversity in Amer. Lit (HU,DV)
   •  ENGL 2630 - Contemporary World Literature (HU)
   •  ENGL 2640 - Writing and Social Justice (HU)
   •  ENGL 2700 - Introduction Critical Theory
   •  ENGL 2710 - Intro to Folklore (HU)
   •  ENGL 2740 - Intro. to Women`s Studies (HU)
   •  ENGL 2760 - Gender & Cultural Studies (HU,DV)
   •  ENGL 2810 - Native Am Lit & Exp (HU,DV)
   •  ENGL 2830 - Diverse Women Writers (HU,DV)
   •  ENGL 2850 - Intro to Queer Studies (HU,DV)
   •  ENGL 2900 - Special Topics in English

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

   •  KESL 0010 - ESL Pre to-Beginning Literacy
   •  KESL 0020 - Low Beginning ESL
   •  KESL 0110 - Level 1 - Beginning Grammar
   •  KESL 0112 - Beginning Grammar/Writing
   •  KESL 0120 - Level 1-Begin Read/Write/Speak
   •  KESL 0122 - Beginning Reading
   •  KESL 0150 - Listening and Speaking Skills
   •  KESL 0152 - Beginning Listening/Speaking
   •  KESL 0190 - Level 1 Language Lab
   •  KESL 0192 - Beginning Language Lab
   •  KESL 0210 - Level 2-Intermed. Grammar
   •  KESL 0211 - Grammar
   •  KESL 0212 - Intermediate Grammar/Writing
   •  KESL 0220 - Level 2-Int. Read/Write/Speak
   •  KESL 0221 - Reading/Writing/Speaking
   •  KESL 0222 - Intermediate Reading
   •  KESL 0250 - Level 2-Inter Listen/Note-take
   •  KESL 0251 - Listening and Speaking
   •  KESL 0252 - Intermed Listening/Speaking
   •  KESL 0253 - Intermed Listen/Note Taking
   •  KESL 0310 - Level 3-Advanced Grammar
   •  KESL 0311 - Grammar
   •  KESL 0312 - Advanced Grammar/Writing
   •  KESL 0320 - Reading
   •  KESL 0321 - Reading/Writing/Speaking
   •  KESL 0322 - Advanced Reading/Writing
   •  KESL 0330 - Writing
   •  KESL 0350 - Level 3-Adv. Listen/Note-take
   •  KESL 0351 - Listening and Speaking
   •  KESL 0352 - Advanced Listening/Speaking
   •  KESL 0353 - Advanced Listen/Note Taking
   •  KESL 0450 - Language Lab
   •  KESL 0452 - Language Lab: Levels 2 & 3
   •  KESL 0455 - Language Lab
   •  KESL 0460 - Pronunciation
   •  KESL 0470 - Developing Vocabulary And Dictionary Skills
   •  KESL 0472 - Developing Vocabulary and Dictionary Skills
   •  KESL 0480 - Effective Communication Skills for Work & Study
   •  KESL 0482 - Effective Communication Skills for Work & Study
   •  KESL 0490 - Reading For Career Development
   •  KESL 0492 - Reading for Career Development
   •  KESL 0711 - Pre-College Writing
   •  KESL 0712 - Pre-College Writing
   •  KESL 0720 - Pre-College Reading/Writing
   •  KESL 0721 - Pre-College Reading
   •  KESL 0722 - Pre-College Reading
   •  KESL 0730 - Pre-College Listening/Speaking
   •  KESL 0731 - Listening/Speaking
 

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