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1 Online Catalog Online Catalog (Supplement to Trumbull Business College Catalog) Volume II 2014 July 2014

2 3200 RIDGE ROAD WARREN, OHIO (330) OHIO REGISTRATION NO B Accredited by Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT Trumbull Business College admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the College. It does not discriminate based on race, color, age, national, and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship, financial assistance, or placement programs. 2

3 Table of Contents Accreditation...5 Key Staff...5 Our Mission Introductory Statement...6 Mission Statement...6 Entrance Requirements...6 Equipment Requirements...6 General Information Adding Courses...6 Blocking Policy/Messages...7 Books and Other Supplies...7 Breaks/Holidays...7 Cancellation of Enrollment...7 Cancellation of Enrollment Tuition Refund Schedule...7 Credits Per Module/Quarter...7 Financial Aid Refunds...7 Grading Scale...8 Instructor Qualifications...8 Instructor/Student Ratio...8 Instructor/Student Response Time...8 Prerequisites...9 Reinstatement as a Regular Student...9 Reinstatement Fee...9 Student Enrollment Status-Definitions...9 Summer Break/Withdrawal...9 Transfer Credits/Transcripts...9 Withdrawal Refund Policy...10 Policies for the Online Classroom Attendance and Participation...10 Civil and Criminal Penalties for Violations of Federal Copyright Laws, a Summary...11 Discussion Forum Policy...11 Exam Policy...11 Exam Answer Access...11 Incompletes/Extension Post Module...12 Late Work Policy...12 Penalty for Plagiarism, Cheating, etc Standards of Academic Progress (SAP)...12 Student Identity Verification Policy

4 Table of Contents, continued Support Services Career Services...13 Financial Assistance...13 Schultz Memorial Library...13 Student Affairs...13 Graduation...14 Associate Degree Program Descriptions Associate of Applied Science in Business Office Technology Administration...15 Associate of Applied Science in Digital Graphic Design...17 Diploma Program Descriptions Business Office Technology Administration...18 Course Descriptions...19 Online Continuing Education...26 Calendar

5 ACCREDITATION The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) accredits Trumbull Business College to award occupational associate degrees and diplomas. Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools 750 First Street NE, Suite 980, Washington, DC Phone: (202) Fax: (202) The United States Department of Education lists the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools as a nationally recognized accrediting agency. Its accreditation of degreegranting institutions is also recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. KEY STAFF CEO/Treasurer: President/Secretary: Vice-President: Campus Administrator: Director of Education: Director of Online Education: Financial Assistance Director: Business Office Director: Dennis R. Griffith Dennis J. Griffith Dr. Candice D. Griffith Kimberly Straniak Dr. Candice Griffith Andrea Currington Florence Henning Teresa Shambach OUR MISSION Introductory Statement The need for men and women in our community to become qualified employees for business, the professions, and industry, led to the establishment of Trumbull Business College in It is a privately owned, accredited, and state licensed College, offering associate degrees and diplomas. Programs are designed using the supporting concepts of critical thinking, communications, and leadership, to help students develop and expand their roles in the world of business and office enterprise. Our programs also emphasize skill development, individual accountability, and professional ethics. Faculty, administrators, and students are expected to mirror these attributes, and to serve the diverse needs of our College community. Mission Statement The mission of Trumbull Business College is to prepare our students with specialized business and medical training. Our programs help develop and foster the knowledge and skills necessary for personal and professional growth. The College is committed to providing higher education with a focus on student service and support. To accomplish this mission, we have established the following purposes: Support students in developing professional communication, skills, ideals, and attitudes useful in their personal and career development. Provide hands-on training and education for job opportunities within the community. 5

6 Use technology to create comprehensive and effective education using onsite and online learning modes of delivery to improve student learning. Cultivate and access student learning by evaluating data to improve the teaching, curriculum, resources, and student services. Maintain operational resources to ensure the future of the College and its mission. ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS The student must have a computer with a minimum of Internet Explorer 9 or equivalent browser, at least Windows 7 or higher operating system, and reliable access to the Internet to participate in online learning. Trumbull Business College admits only those persons who can provide official, third-party evidence that they are a high school graduate or that they have obtained a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) or that they have been successfully home schooled. If the College questions the validity of a high school diploma, it will seek alternative methods, such as contacting the state department of education, to establish it is genuine. In no case can the student matriculate until valid proof of completion is on hand. A perspective student for an online program must possess an appropriate degree of entry-level computer literacy to successfully complete the courses in this program. An admissions representative will interview the student by telephone; the student is required to pass (70%) a brief computer literacy quiz before the student begins an online program. A registration fee of $75 is assessed with all enrollment applications. EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS The student must have a computer with a minimum of Internet Explorer 9 or equivalent browser, at least Windows 7 or higher operating system, and reliable access to the Internet to participate in online learning. Once a student is enrolled, and before the academic program begins, a student may purchase a computer as part of their program. The computer will have all necessary hardware and software needed to access and participate in the College s online classroom. The most current version of required software is installed at the time of delivery. Trumbull Business College does not assess any special fees for enrolling in an online program. GENERAL INFORMATION Adding Courses Due to the accelerated nature of courses being offered online, no add-on courses or new enrollments will be accepted later than three business days prior to start date. 6

7 Blocking Policy/Messages Student access to online courses will be blocked when a student has not met their student obligation for Financial Assistance or payments, or if a student is not participating after a certain timeframe, or not responding to the instructor. Books and Other Supplies Financial assistance applicants may be eligible to charge books to their student account. Books will be shipped to you, and Comcourse will relay the charges to Trumbull Business College to charge to your account. If you do not need to have the books shipped to you for whatever reason, you must contact your Admissions Representative and Comcourse before the beginning of the quarter. Students may also be eligible to purchase a computer and/or software from Trumbull Business College. You must contact your Admissions Representative to purchase a computer and/or software. Breaks/Holidays There will be a one to two week(s) break between modules. Cancellation of Enrollment Cancellation of enrollment is available for students who have decided not to pursue classes in which they have initially enrolled. All monies paid by an applicant will be refunded if requested within five days after signing the enrollment agreement and making an initial payment. Cancellation of Enrollment Tuition Refund Schedule Tution Refund % 5 week course 100% Drop initiated through calendar day 3 75% Withdrawal initiated on calendar days 4 to 6 50% Withdrawal initiated on calendar days 7 to 11 0% Withdrawal initiated on or after calendar day 12 Credits per Module/Quarter The College operates on a quarterly academic system. Courses offered online consist of two, five week terms. These five week terms are referred to as modules. Financial Aid Refunds Financial assistance is disbursed when the funds are received from the Department of Education. The financial assistance will be applied to the student s account and will be used to pay tuition, fees, books, and other miscellaneous fees before refunding any remaining amounts to the student. If you provided permission on your Title IV Funds Release to use your financial assistance to pay any other charges owed on your account at Trumbull Business College, those will also be deducted from your financial assistance. As an online student, financial assistance can only be awarded as it is earned. Each quarter is broken down into two 5 week modules. Assistance can only be applied as you complete each module. For example, if you take 6 credit hours in the first module, and 6 credit hours in the 7

8 second, financial assistance will be applied in the first module based on the credit hours in that module only. As you begin the second module, a second disbursement will be applied to your account based on the credit hours scheduled in the second module. Your tuition however, is charged in the first module for the whole quarter (both modules); therefore a refund of any funds will not occur until the second module. Any remaining amounts will be refunded to you according to the refund policy. Grading Scale The following grade scale is used in all courses. Numeric Grade Letter Grade Quality Points A A B B B C C C D D D F 0.00 Additional grade explanations: Except for the P and F grades, the following are not used in calculating the grade point average: AU = Audited (No Credit) TC = Transferred Credit In F = Failed Class TO = Tested Out of Course IC = Incomplete WD = Withdrawn (Without P = Passed a Pass/Fail Course ( P is equal to an A for Evaluation) GPA calculation purposes) WF = Withdrawn Fail RF = Remedial Fail WP = Withdrawn Passing RP = Remedial Pass Instructor Qualifications Trumbull Business College employs only those teachers whose academic and experiential preparation meet the standards set by the Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), the Ohio Board of Career Colleges and Schools, and the Ohio Board of Regents. Instructor/Student Ratio The maximum number of students in a virtual classroom setting of instruction is 20. Most classes are smaller. Instructor/Student Response Time Instructors are expected to respond to student postings within 36 hours. This includes grading of assignments which should be done within 36 hours of submission or 36 hours of the due date. 8

9 Prerequisites Prerequisites are conditions of course completions that must be met before a new course can be taken. Not all courses have prerequisites. The assignment of prerequisites(s) to a course signifies that specific knowledge and/or skills are necessary for successful completion of that particular course. In order to successfully complete a prerequisite, a grade of C- (70%) or better must be achieved. Reinstatement as a Regular Student If a student demonstrates after academic probation and/or remediation, and after successfully retaking classes, or practicing to achieve required skill levels that he or she is academically and motivationally prepared to continue in the program, the student may be reinstated as a regular student, providing time remains within the 150% limit. Reinstatement Fee Any student who is terminated or withdraws four (4) times within a fiscal year will be charged a readmission/reinstatement fee of $ Student Enrollment Status-Definitions Full-Time A full-time student is one who carries a minimum of twelve (12) quarter credit hours class load per quarter. Three-Quarter-Time A three-quarter time student is one who carries between nine (9) and eleven (11) credit hours class load per quarter. Half-Time A half-time student is one who carries between six (6) and eight (8) credit hours class load per quarter. Less than Half-Time A student enrolled in less than five (5) credit hours is not entitled to any federal or state aid. Summer Break/Withdrawal The student should contact the Director of Online Education to request a summer break or withdrawal. Non-attendance/participation does not constitute an official withdrawal. Breaks and withdrawals may affect the student s financial assistance. Refer to the current College Catalog for a more complete explanation of this topic at Transfer Credits/Transcripts Transfer credits will be accepted by the College in both online and on-campus programs according to the policy described in the current version of the main Trumbull Business College Catalog; available for download at Students will receive electronic notification of grades within two weeks of course completion. If additional transcripts are needed, there is a $12 charge for each one. The student must be in good financial standing with the College to receive an official transcript. Please allow hours for processing. 9

10 Withdrawal Refund Policy Financial Assistance is earned over the course of a term by attending and participating in your classes. If you drop all of your classes and/or stop attending, you may not earn all of your financial assistance. When Trumbull Business College returns your unearned assistance to the Department of Education, you may be charged for tuition and fees that are no longer paid by financial assistance. This results in a charge on your student account and is payable under the conditions set by the College. Your unearned assistance must be returned to the Department of Education, even if you have documentable extenuating circumstances. In addition, you may not meet SAP standards and the credits will count toward your Maximum Attempted Credits Allowed. We strongly advise you to visit the Director of Online Education and the Financial Assistance Office before you withdraw. In cases of complete withdrawal after the quarter has begun, the following refund policy will be in effect: Withdrawals done within the first module of the quarter will be refunded as follows: o 100% of module one charges to calendar day 3 of the respective module o 75% of module one charges on day 4 to 6 of the respective module o 50% of module one charges on day 7 to 11 of the respective module o 0% of module one charges after day 11 of the respective module o 100% of tuition charged for the second module Withdrawals done within the second module of the quarter will be refunded as follows: o 0% for the completed first module o 100% of module two charges to calendar day 3 of the respective module o 75% of module two charges on day 4 to 6 of the respective module o 50% of module two charges on day 7 to 11 of the respective module o 0% of module two charges after day 11 of the respective module POLICIES FOR THE ONLINE CLASSROOM The policies in this pamphlet refer to credit bearing programs of study that are delivered online. A more comprehensive presentation of college policies as according to the policy described in the current version of the main Trumbull Business College Catalog; available for download at Attendance and Participation Attendance and course participation are different, but related activities. To be considered present for attendance purposes a student must log in to each course in which they are enrolled at least three times each week, on different days, for not less than one minute and engage in an academic activity. Examples of academic activities are discussion posting, completing online assignments 10

11 and quizzes, or communicating with the instructor. Instructor communication may be by posting or by chat room during designated chat and tutoring times. A student that fails to log in for attendance purposes as defined above for 7 consecutive calendar days will be automatically terminated from the course. Participation is the on time submission of assignments and interacting with the instructor and other students through discussion postings and chat, if chat is a required part of the course. In many online courses, a student may spend more time engaged in outside research and writing than in the online classroom. These minimum standards for attendance and participation have been established to assure that courses offer not only an appropriate level of academic rigor, but also the scholarly interaction expected of a college level course. Civil and Criminal Penalties for Violations of Federal Copyright Laws, a Summary Copyright infringement is the act of exercising, without permission or legal authority, one or more of the exclusive rights granted to a copyright owner under section 106 of the Copyright Act (title 17 of the USC). These rights include the right to reproduce or distribute a copyrighted work. In the file sharing context, downloading or uploading substantial parts of a copyrighted work, or making copies without proper authority constitutes an infringement. Penalties for copyright infringement include civil and criminal penalties. In general anyone found liable for civil copyright infringement may be ordered to pay either actual damages or statutory damages affixed at not less than $750 and not more than $30,000 per work infringed. For willful infringement, a court may award up to $150,000 per work infringed. At its discretion, a court can also access costs and attorney s fees. For details, see Title 17, United States Code, Section 504, and 505. Discussion Forum Policy Participation in weekly class discussion forums is required. Students must post a minimum of three comments per week for the forum assignment. The first forum post by the student should respond directly to the forum question originally posted by the instructor, and it is worth a maximum of ten points. The two additional forum posts (in response to questions, concerns, and thoughts of classmates) will be worth five points each. Each student s original response must be posted by 11:59 p.m. (EST) on Wednesday of the current week. The two additional forum posts must be posted by 11:59 p.m. (EST) on Sunday of the current week. Discussion forum postings will be evaluated on the quality of the postings and the degree that the postings promote discussion with classmates. Exam Policy Each quiz may only be taken once. They are untimed and open book. Until save my answer is clicked, students can edit the quiz. Once save my answer is clicked, the quiz is complete. Exam Answer Access Students can see which questions they answered correctly and incorrectly. Students cannot see correct answers to incorrectly answered questions. 11

12 Incompletes/Extension Post Module Students must provide justification to the school to receive additional time to complete a course. The student will receive a grade of IC (Incomplete) and have two days to correct any deficiencies. An incomplete grade not corrected within two days will revert to an F requiring the student to repeat the class for an additional charge. Late Work Policy Late work may be accepted by the instructor for verifiable circumstances beyond the student s control; such as: server failure, illness, or natural disaster. All other circumstances are at the instructor s discretion. Penalty for Plagiarism, Cheating, etc. Plagiarism by students is considered academic dishonesty or academic fraud and offenders are subject to academic censure. Academic censure can include failure of the assignment, failure of the course, or termination from school. Standards of Academic Progress (SAP) Students must maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 and complete 67% of attempted credit hours to remain in good academic standing. Students who do not meet this standard will be placed on academic probation. See the current version of the main Trumbull Business College Catalog; available for download at for a full explanation of the SAP and Academic Probation. Student Identity Verification Policy Based on the United States Federal Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), Public Law , Trumbull Business College has processes in place through which the College verifies that the identity of the student who registers in a distance education course or program is the same student who participates in and completes the course or program and receives the academic credit. Trumbull Business College students registered for online courses have a secure user ID and password assigned to them by the College; using a Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) compliant procedure, (34CFR99). Students have the opportunity to change their password at any time and are encouraged to do so periodically. Online course access is controlled by using the secure user ID and password. Online students send a copy of their driver s license to verify identity when it is not feasible to come to the College. The privacy of students who enroll in Trumbull Business College s online courses is protected under the College s policies regarding student privacy, confidentiality, fraud, and FERPA rules. The policies are published in the Trumbull Business College s College Catalog which can be found on the College s website at There is no fee attached to the student identity verification policy. The Trumbull Business College Red Flag Policy is available upon request. 12

13 All credit-bearing courses and programs offered through distance learning methods at Trumbull Business College verify that a student, who registers for a distance education course or program, is the same student who participates in and completes the course or program and receives academic credit through a secure user ID and password. Trumbull Business College student identity policy is subject to change in accordance with federal and state regulations. Trumbull Business College will make every possible attempt to protect student privacy and will report any student who has falsified any Trumbull Business College documentation. Incidents will be reported to the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Education. SUPPORT SERVICES Career Services Our faculty and staff strive to prepare you with the tools and training you will need to become involved and accomplished in your chosen field. We offer career planning and assessments to help you craft the most effective employment search strategies. Career Services hosts mock interview sessions at the main campus with local employers for all graduating students, provides assistance with resume preparation, refers students and recent graduates to potential employers, and conducts regular surveys of the Warren and Youngstown area employers to assess local job market conditions and identify future job needs in the Valley. For further information on Career Services see the main College Catalog, available for download at Financial Assistance All questions regarding student loans, grants, or financial assistance in general should be referred to the financial assistance office at (330) , ext. 24. Schultz Memorial Library Online library services are provided by Jones E-global Library and the Library and Information Resources Network (LIRN). A student can access this information by logging onto the online classroom and clicking on the online library button, located in the upper right-hand side of the screen. Student Affairs Students with questions about books, computers, and software; or problems with their online classroom can contact the Student Support Team at

14 GRADUATION To qualify for graduation, students must complete all required coursework within their program of study with a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average. In order to receive their diploma or degree, students must be free of indebtedness to the College. Refer to Maximum Time Period (Pace Calculation) below. Maximum Time Period (Pace Calculation) A student must complete his or her educational program in no more than 150 percent of the published program length. Failure to complete the program within that time will cause the student to be ineligible for further financial aid, but the student may continue at his or her own expense. A student s pace through the program is evaluated at the end of each term. It is calculated by dividing a student s cumulative completed credit hours by the number of cumulative hours attempted. This calculation is used regardless of the student s enrollment status, i.e., full-time or part-time. The maximum periods permitted for a student to complete a program are as follows: All 24 Month Associate Degree Programs Scheduled Number of Quarters Maximum Number of Quarters Full Time 8 12 Three-Quarter Time Half-Time All 21 Month Associate Degree Programs Scheduled Number of Quarters Maximum Number of Quarters Full Time Three-Quarter Time Half-Time All 12 Month Diploma Programs Scheduled Number of Quarters Maximum Number of Quarters Full Time 4 6 Three-Quarter Time 5 8 Half-Time 8 12 The 150% time limitation applies only to the program that the student is currently pursuing. Changing programs will re-set the 150% clock to zero 14

15 ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY ADMINISTRATION, ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE Two Academic Years (8 quarters) This online program prepares the student for entry into the field of office administration and the subsequent information technology associated with office administration. The student will learn, engage in, and practice office skills and the wide knowledge of contemporary administrative practices and techniques. The successful graduate is capable of assuming responsibility without direct supervision and is able to assist executives in daily business operations. The program is dedicated to the various factors of the professional administrators duties including communication skills; word processing concepts and applications; computer applications in business; secretarial and administrative procedures Clock Hours 98 Credits Course Code Course Title Credit Hours IAC1005 Accounting Principles I 3 IAC1006 Accounting Principles II 3 ITY1002 Basic Computer Keyboarding 3 IEN1053 Business Communications 3 ILA1003 Business Ethics and Law 3 ICA1055 Computer Fundamental Concepts 2 IBU1005 Customer Service Principles 3 ICA1002 Database Management 3 ICA1003 Desktop Publishing 3 ICA1057 Desktop Support Skills 4 ICA1010 Graphic Presentations 3 IHR1001 Human Resource Management 3 ILA1002 Internet Law and Market Ethics 4 IMA1001 Internet Marketing 4 IBU1002 Introduction to Business 3 ICA1050 Messaging and Collaboration 2 ICA1054 Networking and Internet Essentials 4 ICA2002 Office Computer Case Studies 3 IBU1001 Office Equipment Procedures 2 IBU1053 Principles of Management 4 IJO2002 Professional and Career Development 2 ICA1009 Spreadsheet Applications 3 ICA1004 Website Development 2 ICA1058 Word Processing Advanced 4 ICA1007 Word Processing I 3 General Education IGE1054 College Math 4 IGE1004 Effective Communication 4 IGE1055 English Composition 3 IGE1010 Environmental Science 4 IGE1005 General Psychology 3 IGE1006 Political Science 4 15

16 DIGITAL GRAPHIC DESIGN, ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE Two Academic Years (7 quarters) In this online program, students will focus on graphic design theory and techniques which can support a professional career as a graphic designer or graphic artist. Students will learn the basics of art, color theory, format, design, and digital publishing, and how these are used in the corporate and business world. This program can help develop creative talents to produce effective print and multimedia designs in a practical career. Program features include a curriculum taught by industry professionals that utilizes classroom lectures, group forums, and hands-on desktop exercises. Students will practice within industry-specific graphic design software. Students successfully completing the program will have developed a portfolio which may be presented to prospective employers 1360 Clock Hours 96 Credits Course Code Course Title Credit Hours IDG1004 Advertising Design I 4 IDG2001 Advertising Design II 4 IDG1012 Art History 4 IEN1053 Business Communications 3 IDG1011 Business of Graphic Design 4 IDG1008 Color Theory and Design 4 ICA1055 Computer Fundamental Concepts 2 IDG1003 Design Literacy 4 ICA1056 Desktop Publishing with Indesign 3 IDG1005 Digital Illustration 4 IDG1002 Digital Photography 4 IDG2004 Graphic Design Portfolio 4 IDG1001 Introduction to Graphic Design 4 IDG1006 Multimedia Design 4 IDG2003 Package Design 4 IJO2002 Professional and Career Development 2 IDG1009 Typography 4 IDG1007 Visual Communications 4 IDG1010 Web Design I 4 IDG2002 Web Design II 4 General Education IGE1054 College Math 4 IGE1004 Effective Communication 4 IGE1055 English Composition 3 IGE1010 Environmental Science 4 IGE1005 General Psychology 3 IGE1006 Political Science 4 16

17 DIPLOMA PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY ADMINISTRATION, DIPLOMA One Academic Year (4 quarters) The Business Office Technology Administration Program resulting in a diploma is for individuals who desire to be more proficient in, computer office skills, or are employees in a business administration position, or already hold a degree in a nonbusiness field. The program is designed to help students improve on computer and communication skills. The successful graduate will be capable of demonstrating skills in word processing and various software applications, basic website development and desktop publishing, along with oral and written skills to relate more effectively with customers. The sixteen (16) courses listed in the diploma program are required in the Associate of Applied Science Business Office Technology Administration, if a student desires to continue their education after they complete their diploma program. 705 Clock Hours 49 Credits Course Code Course Title Credit Hours ITY1002 Basic Computer Keyboarding 3 ICA1055 Computer Fundamental Concepts 2 IBU1005 Customer Service Principles 3 ICA1002 Database Management 3 ICA1003 Desktop Publishing 3 ICA1057 Desktop Support Skills 4 ICA1010 Graphic Presentations 3 ICA1050 Messaging and Collaboration 2 ICA1054 Networking and Internet Essentials 4 ICA2002 Office Computer Case Studies 3 ICA1009 Spreadsheet Applications 3 ICA1004 Website Development 2 ICA1058 Word Processing Advanced 4 ICA1007 Word Processing I 3 General Education IGE1004 Effective Communication 4 IGE1055 English Composition 3 17

18 COURSE DECSRIPTIONS Listed Alphabetically by Course Name (Included are the prerequisites, where applicable) IAC1005 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I This introductory course provides the student with an understanding of general ledger accounting. Topics within a service business are introduced such as analyzing transactions, double-entry framework, adjusting entries, financial statements, tracking cash, and posting transactions. An emphasis is placed on employment-related scenarios. IAC1006 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES II Prerequisite: IAC1005 This course continues building skills from Accounting Principles I. The student is guided through more in-depth information within the accounting field and is introduced to accounting for a merchandising business. Course topics will include analyzing transactions, double-entry framework, adjusting entries, financial statements, tracking cash, and posting transactions. IDG1004 ADVERTISING DESIGN I Conceptual skills in visual advertising are taught. Students will study and develop forms of advertising such as broadcast, direct mail, sales promotion, outdoor and collateral. Students will research and develop layout ads with markers and other commercial media, and study design principles, consumer motivation, advertising, and ad format. IDG2001 ADVERTISING DESIGN II Prerequisites: IDG1004 In this course, students will develop concept, design, and presentation of complete multimedia strategies for ad campaigns consisting of newspaper, magazine, direct mail, promotion and other means that will reach target audiences. IDG1012 ART HISTORY This course will acquaint the student with art history, the critical process, and the production of art in order to achieve a well balanced appreciation for art and how it relates to the development of culture. The course emphasizes the connections among historical, political, social, religious, and artistic developments, showing how artists and designers are influenced by the culture and time in which they live. ITY1002 BASIC COMPUTER KEYBOARDING Students will develop or review touch-typing techniques, including alphabetic, numeric, and symbol keyboarding. Speed and accuracy will be developed, and progress will be monitored weekly. IEN1053 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS This course explores the principles and techniques of effective written business communications. Students will discuss, critique, and practice business-writing strategies to produce messages, letters, reports, and presentations, while developing critical thinking skills. Business communication in a global business environment is also emphasized. 18

19 ILA1003 BUSINESS ETHICS and LAW This course provides a study of the American legal system with an emphasis on how business organizations operate within that system, as well as an overview of the ethical issues and considerations that businesses encounter. Students learn about business law and ethics, contracts and sales, consumer protection issues and laws, agency and employment issues and laws, computer privacy issues, real property issues, and other relevant topics. IDG1011 BUSINESS of GRAPHIC DESIGN This course presents the principles and techniques students need to work effectively in a graphic design firm. Students will learn proper file management techniques, budget and time management essentials through the development of an initiated project on a production schedule. The focus of this course will also allow students to have an understanding of the complete design process that will be applicable to the client s needs. IGE1054 COLLEGE MATH A realistic comprehensive approach to math as it relates to business and economics. Students will learn everyday business situations that need mathematical modeling with emphasis on practical mathematical calculations such as graph theory, mean, median, sampling, populations, and probability theory. IDG1008 COLOR THEORY and DESIGN This course presents principles and techniques for the perception and effective use of color in all media. The student will explore the nature of color, the uses of color and will develop an understanding of color as a vital element in design. Includes work with color values and basic color schemes. ICA1055 COMPUTER FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS 2 credit hours Basic principles of computer terminology, file management, , Internet, and basic word processing and spreadsheets will be explored. Fundamentals of computer literacy will be addressed, including reviewing the main elements of computer hardware and peripherals. IBU1005 CUSTOMER SERVICE PRINCIPLES This course introduces and reinforces basic service principles and helps students develop professional customer handling, telephone, and communication skills. Students practice listening and questioning techniques, call control, and empathy. Difficult situations are covered, with an emphasis on problem-solving and assertive communication. ICA1002 DATABASE MANAGEMENT This course covers the principles and features of a database management system, using a popular database. Students learn to create and manage databases, and acquire skills and knowledge regarding data management and integrity, working with queries and forms, managing reports, using tools and macros, database and file management, analyzing and filtering data, relational databases, and linking databases to the Web. 19

20 IDG1003 DESIGN LITERACY This course introduces students to fundamental visual design principles, vocabulary, and applications in design. Topics relevant to 2D and 3D design techniques for effective visual results will be covered. ICA1003 DESKTOP PUBLISHING This course provides students with the practical knowledge and skills to create publications that include graphics and images. Using a popular desktop publishing application, Microsoft Publisher, students will create flyers, calendars, newsletters, advertisements, and various publications commonly used in businesses. ICA1056 DESKTOP PUBLISHING with INDESIGN This course focuses on the uses of desktop publishing software for document layout and design. Students have the opportunity to learn how to integrate text, graphics, and photographs to create a variety of professional quality finished documents for practical and business use. Principles of layout and design will be practiced. ICA1057 DESKTOP SUPPORT SKILLS This course is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to install and configure their operating system on stand-alone computers. In addition, this course enables the students to optimize performance and implement disaster protection. IDG1005 DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION This course focuses on drawing illustrative matter for commercial applications using various materials and techniques appropriate to the field of graphic design and illustration. Emphasis is placed on visualization and sketching of concepts. Students work with the latest painting and drawing software that digitally mimics traditional tools. IDG1002 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY This course is an introduction to basic digital photography, focusing on skills useful for a graphic designer. The course will explore many fundamental techniques for digitally correcting, enhancing, and altering scanned or digitally photographed images. Students will discover methods for working with various digital darkroom tools and the options and palettes associated with them. Creative uses for layers and masks will also be explored. IGE1004 EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION Communication skills are developed through the use of effective listening, speaking, and writing skills. The student will develop the ability to speak clearly and effectively by learning to plan, compose and deliver ideas. Emphasis is on the global, ethical, technological, and customer service aspects of communication. IGE1055 ENGLISH COMPOSITION Principles of English composition are introduced and applied. Students develop clear and effective writing skills through the application of proper grammatical usage, paragraph development, and essay writing assignments. 20

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