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1 Programs of Study Career Programs: The Career Programs offered at Chesapeake College incorporate the latest technologies and equipment and are designed to meet increasing demands for trained technicians, skilled workers, and craftsmen for employment in industry, business, the professions, and government. These programs are appropriate for learners seeking to upgrade existing skills or acquire new ones. Students completing these programs are prepared to seek employment in their chosen field. Career programs leading to Associate of Applied Science degrees may also be appropriate for transfer to a four-year college or university. Career programs are available in the following areas: Degree Programs Certificate Programs Letters of Recognition Accounting Business Management Technology Computer Information Security Computer Information Systems Microcomputer Applications Option Interactive Media/Web Design Option Network Management Option PC Systems Specialist Option Criminal Justice Corrections Option Crime Scene Technician Option Law Enforcement Option Early Childhood Development Emergency Medical Services Engineering Technology Drafting and Design Option Hotel/Restaurant Management Human Services Mental Health Option Substance Abuse/Addiction Option Massage Therapy Nursing: Registered Nurse Paralegal Studies Physical Therapist Assistantl Radiologic Sciences Science Laboratory Technology Histotechnology Optionl Technical/Professional Studies Accounting Business Management TechnologyF Computer Information SystemsF Educational Technology Interactive Media & Web Design Microcomputer Applications Network Management PC Systems Specialist Criminal JusticeF Corrections Crime Scene Technician Law Enforcement Natural Resources Early Childhood DevelopmentF Emergency Medical Services Emergency Medical Technician - ParamedicF Engineering TechnologyF Drafting and Design Technology Hotel/Restaurant Management Food Service ManagementF Hotel/Resort Management Massage Therapy Paralegal Studies Surgical TechnologyF Teacher Aide Accounting Tax Business Management Technology Cardiac Rescue Technician Computer Information Systems Interactive Media & Web Design Microcomputer Applications Engineering Technology Drafting and Design Technology Hotel/Restaurant Management Food Service ManagementF Hospitality Management Land Use Management Music Composition Performance Phlebotomy Welding l Joint/Cooperative Programs. See program page for details. F This program has been approved for funding under the Workforce Investment Act. For more information, contact the Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board at: Transfer Programs: Transfer Programs are designed for students who plan to transfer to the upper division of a college or university upon completion of an Associate of Arts degree, Associate of Arts in Teaching, Associate of Science degree, or an Associate of Applied Science degree. The curricula in these programs are flexible and can be adapted to meet general education and program requirements at most colleges and universities. Transfer Programs are available in the following areas: Degree Programs Business Administration Computer Science Transfer General College Studies Area of Emphasis: Allied Health Liberal Arts and Sciences Areas of Emphasis: Biology Chemistry Communication Fine & Performing Arts Humanities Mathematics Social Sciences Degree Programs, continued Teacher Education: Elementary Education/ Generic Special Education AAT Early Childhood Education AAT Mathematics AAT Physics AAT Transfer Studies Certificate Programs Letters of Recognition African-American Studies Transfer Counseling Students are urged to plan their courses at Chesapeake to meet the specific requirements of the college or university to which they wish to transfer. In order to facilitate this planning, Chesapeake College participates in ARTSYS a computerized data information system designed to ease the transfer of students from Maryland community colleges to all institutions within the University of Maryland System. In all cases, the transfer counselor and faculty advisors may assist in planning programs of study for transfer. However, the final responsibility for meeting the requirements for transfer rests with the student. In all programs, students should consult an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. 45

2 General Education Program Purpose Statement Chesapeake College s vision is to prepare students as independent learners who are intellectually competent, technologically proficient, skilled in the application of learning, and who share the values and common goals of our civic culture. In an effort to enrich students growth and preparation for life, the Chesapeake College faculty formulated General Education Program requirements, which represent a core curriculum for all associate degree-seeking students. Program Goals The goals of the Program are to provide students with: the awareness of the challenges of a modern, technological society; the skills to express themselves clearly and creatively; the ability to interpret and analyze information, to solve problems, and to compute mathematically; an appreciation of the nature, value, and diversity of cultures. Program Objectives These courses are designed to present recognized academic content and provide the student with the skills and knowledge to: communicate in oral and written English; read with comprehension; think critically; reason abstractly; understand and interpret numerical data; understand the scientific method; recognize and appreciate cultural diversity; appreciate the nature and value of the fine arts; demonstrate information literacy; apply technology to learning; apply knowledge and skills to foster ethical behavior. Limited Distribution Core Requirements Categories and Eligible Courses AA/AS Degree AAS Degree Arts and Humanities 9 Credits 6 Credits ART 101 Introduction to Art ENG 102 COM 101 or ENG 102 Introduction to Literature COM 101 or COM 150 FLM 240 The Art of Film COM 150 plus three HUM 101 Introduction to Humanities plus three credits HUM 110 Integrated Arts credits MUS 101 Introduction to Music COM 101 Fund. of Oral Communication COM 150 Fund. of Organizational Communication THE 172 Introduction to Theatre English Composition 3 Credits 3 Credits ENG 101 Composition ENG 101 ENG 101 Social/Behavioral Sciences 6 Credits 6 Credits ANT 142 Cultural Anthropology Must be Must be ECN 171 Principles of Macroeconomics taken taken ECN 172 Principles of Microeconomics from two from two GEO 142 Cultural Geography disciplines disciplines HIS 101 U.S. History I HIS 102 U.S. History II HIS 121 Western Civilization I HIS 122 Western Civilization II HIS 131 World Civilization I HIS 132 World Civilization II POL 180 U.S. Federal Government POL 181 State & Local Government PSC 150 General Psychology SOC 161 Sociology SOC 162 Social Problems Mathematics 3 Credits 3 Credits MAT 110 Finite Mathematics MAT 113 College Algebra MAT 115 Precalculus MAT 140 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 200 Fundamentals of Mathematics MAT 204 Introduction to Statistics BIO/Natural Sciences 8 Credits 4 Credits BIO 101 Fundamentals of Biology At least One lab BIO 111 Principles of Biology I one lab science CHM 121 General Chemistry I science GEO 143 Physical Geography PHY 205 College Physics I PHY 215 Physics I SCI 110 Introduction to Astronomy SCI 111 Physical Geology SCI 141 Physical Science SCI 142 Earth Science Interdisciplinary/Emerging Issues 6 Credits 3 Credits IDC 201 The Nature of Knowledge IDC 201 PED 103 PED 103 Fitness and Wellness PED 103 Institutional Requirements 1 Credit 1 Credit FSC 101 Freshman Seminar Course FSC 101 FSC 101 Total Required Credits: 36 Credits 26 Credits 46

3 General Education Program State General Education Student Transfer Policy [See Student Transfer Policies, Appendix 1.] While each college has the autonomy to design a General Education Program to meet the unique needs and mission of the institution, the State of Maryland has adopted regulations establishing common standards for general education courses. The regulations also guarantee transfer of these courses and their application to the General Education Program of the receiving institution. Under the policy, community colleges may require no more than 36 hours of general education credit for Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degree programs. Receiving institutions may require no more than 46 credits of upper- and lower-level general education courses, including any institutional requirements. The regulations also mandate that general education requirements successfully completed at the sending institution would be accepted as meeting the general education requirements of the receiving institution within the State without further review or course-bycourse match. A student who has successfully completed any part of the 36 lowerdivision general education credits at a public college or university shall receive lower-division general education credits for those courses at any public institution to which the student transfers. Chesapeake College requires a minimum of 36 general education credits for its Associate of Arts and Associate of Science transfer degree programs. The College requires a minimum of 26 general education credits for its Associate of Applied Science career programs. The courses which are eligible for meeting these standards in both the career and transfer degree programs are listed in the Limited Distribution Core Requirements. Organization The C paper has a discernible and logical plan. It has a focus, and the writer maintains the focus throughout the essay. The writer has unified the entire essay in support of the central idea, or thesis, and individual paragraphs in support of subordinate points. Some individual paragraphs, however, may be weak. The writer promotes coherence through the logical order of paragraphs and the use of some or all of the following devices: thesis sentence, topic sentences, opening and closing paragraphs, and transitions. The use of these devices may lack smoothness, but the writer has achieved an acceptable level of organization. Style/Expression The C paper uses reasonable stylistic options (tone, word choice, sentence patterns) for its audience and purpose. The writing is clear. As a rule, the paper has smooth transitions between paragraphs, although some sentences may be ineffective. The meaning of sentences is clear, although some sentences may be awkward or there may be a lack of variety in sentence patterns. Nonetheless, sentence structure is generally correct, although it may show limited mastery of such elements as subordination, emphasis, sentence variety and length, and modifiers. The paper reflects current academic practices of language use established by professional associations such as the Modern Language Association and the American Psychological Association. Grammar/Mechanics The C paper follows the conventions of standard written U. S. English; thus, it is substantially free of errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and mechanics. What errors are present must not impede meaning nor overly distract the reader. Standards for a C Paper The following standards for a C paper were developed by a Statewide English Composition Committee, approved by the Maryland Chief Academic Officers, and recommended for implementation on a voluntary basis at all public two- and four-year colleges and universities. The Chesapeake College Faculty has adopted the Standards for a C Paper as guidelines for college-level courses, especially those meeting the general education Limited Distribution Core Requirements. Content The C paper fulfills the assignment, meeting all specified requirements, such as subject, organization, and length, and reflects the author s awareness of audience and purpose. The paper presents a central idea supported by relevant material (facts, figures, examples, quotations, or other details). The reasoning is sound; arguments are supported with adequate evidence, and the paper makes appropriate use of specific, concrete, and relevant information. Other points of view are acknowledged and responded to as appropriate. Sources of information are accurately and fully attributed. 47

4 Honors Program Admission Admission to the Honors Program is independent of enrollment in honors courses and is based on the following: A. Students are required to complete an official Honors Program application. B. All applicants including recent high school graduates, transfer students, and non-traditional students are admitted utilizing two of the following three requirements: 1) A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0. (High school GPA used for incoming students; college quality point average (QPA) used for current college students. 2) A written essay. 3) Academic Skills Assessment with minimum scores as indicated below: Math - CPAR, 100. Reading - CPRC, 85. Language skills - CPSS, 101. C. All Honors Program students will be assigned to advisors who will serve as honors mentors. D. The admissions process will be coordinated by the Honors Council Chair or his/her designee. The Honors Program is designed to serve the needs of students interested in developing their intellectual abilities and furthering their academic knowledge. The Program encourages students to become more active learners. Verbal and written expression through research, questioning, and critical thinking, allows students to accumulate knowledge and to cultivate understanding in a personalized and meaningful way. While students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement are strongly recommended for the Honors Program, previous academic performance is not the only criterion for acceptance in the Program. The desire and motivation to excel, as well as intellectual curiosity, are also important factors. Program Requirements All students admitted to the Honors Program at Chesapeake College must complete a minimum of five honors courses. Three different disciplines from within the Honors Program must be represented. The discipline areas selected may be English, Natural Science, Fine Arts/Culture, Mathematics, Social/Behavioral Sciences, or Career and Technology. The student must request a program audit from the Registrar. Upon successful completion of all graduation and Honors Program requirements, the student s transcript will have an Honors Program graduate designation. Honors Course Descriptions The syllabus and course objectives for an honors course must clearly differentiate the objectives of the honors section from objectives for non-honors students. It is expected that these objectives will reflect increased emphasis on development of critical thinking skills, student application, analysis of material, and creativity. Although specific objectives will differ for each course, as determined by the instructor, an honors course is expected to meet the following broad criteria: 1. The course will be seminar or practicum based, either through small groups or individual research, where students participate in guided instruction allowing for greater student responsibility and creativity in the learning process. 2. An honors course may include such methodologies as peer collaboration, projects, reports, and other similar assignments. 48

5 Areas of Study Program/Major Code Award Page Program/Major Code Award Page Accounting/Business Accounting (410)...A.A.S Advanced (412)...Certificate Basic (411)...Certificate Tax (413)...LoR Business Administration (350)...A.A...55 Business Management Technology (401)...A.A.S Agribusiness Finance Management Marketing Business Management TechnologyF (402) Certificate Business Management Technology (403)...LoR Computer Studies Computer Information Security...A.A.S Computer Information Systems: Microcomputer Applications Specialist (486)A.A.S Advanced (496)...Certificate Basic (497)...Certificate Micro. Applications Specialist (455)...LoR Interactive Media and Web Design (474)...A.A.S Advanced (491)...Certificate Basic (492)...Certificate Interactive Media/Web Design (453)...LoR Network Management (480)...A.A.S Advanced (493)...Certificate Basic (454)...Certificate PC Systems Specialist (487)...A.A.S Advanced (498)...Certificate Basic (499)...Certificate Computer Science Transfer (370)...A.S Educational Technology (340)...Certificate Criminal Justice Corrections (604)...A.A.S CorrectionsF (608)...Certificate Law Enforcement (602)...A.A.S Law EnforcementF (606)...Certificate Crime Scene Technician (607)...A.A.S Crime Scene Technician (605)...Certificate Natural ResourcesF (610)...Certificate Education/Teaching Early Childhood Development (641)...A.A.S Early Childhood DevelopmentF (642)...Certificate Teacher Aide (345)...Certificate Teacher Education: Elementary Education/Generic Special Education (Pre-K - 12) (305)...A.A.T Teacher Education: Elementary Education - Early Childhood Education (309)...A.A.T Teacher Education: Mathematics (307)...A.A.T Teacher Education: Physics (308)...A.A.T Engineering Technology Drafting and Design TechnologyF (743)...A.A.S Drafting and Design TechnologyF (742)...Certificate Drafting and Design Technology (745)...LoR Welding (764)...LoR Land Use Management (405)...LoR Health Professions Cardiac Rescue Technician (517)...LoR Emergency Medical Services (518)...A.A.S Emergency Medical Services (519)...Certificate Emergency Medical Technician - ParamedicF (516)...Certificate General College Studies: Allied Health (120)...A.A Massage Therapy (520)...A.A.S Massage Therapy (521)...Certificate Nursing: Registered Nurse (131)...A.S Phlebotomy (515)...LoR Physical Therapist Assistantl (140)...A.A.S Radiologic Sciences (502)...A.A.S Science Laboratory Technology: Histotechnology Optionl (136)...A.A.S Surgical TechnologyF (512)...Certificate Hotel/Restaurant Management Hotel/Restaurant Management (650)...A.A.S Food Service ManagementF (655)...Certificate Hotel/Resort Management (651)...Certificate Food Service ManagementF (654)...LoR Hospitality Management (648)...LoR Human Services Mental Health (682)...A.A.S Substance Abuse/Addiction (683)...A.A.S Liberal Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts and Sciences (200)...A.A Areas of emphasis in: Biology (202)...A.A Chemistry (204)...A.A Communication Studies (216)...A.A Fine and Performing Arts (214)...A.A Art Music Theatre Humanities (208)...A.A Mathematics (210)...A.A Social Sciences (212)...A.A Transfer Studies (250)...Certificate Music Composition (802)...LoR Performance (801)...LoR African-American Studies (820)...LoR

6 Areas of Study Program/Major Code Award Page Paralegal Professions Paralegal Studies (620)...A.A.S Paralegal Studies (622)...Certificate Technical/Professional Studies Technical/Professional Studies (400)...A.A.S l Indicates Joint/Cooperative Programs. See program page for details. F Indicates this program has been approved for funding under the Workforce Investment Act. For more information, contact the Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board at: Majors listed in bold print under the program/major code headings indicate transfer programs of study. Key to Abbreviations: A.A.S. Associate of Applied Science A.A. Associate of Arts A.S. Associate of Science A.A.T. Associate of Arts in Teaching LoR Letter of Recognition In addition to the programs of study listed in this Catalog, Chesapeake College can offer the first two years of transferable college credits in the following areas of study: American Studies Dental Hygiene Engineering English Geography Geology Health Specialties History Library Science Nursing Physics Political Science Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medical Science Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Veterinary Science Psychology Social Work Sociology Theatre Visual and Performing Arts This list is not complete. If there is an area of study not listed here in which you are interested, please consult with a counselor or advisor at the College to explore your options. Completion of Degree and Certificate Programs All associate degree programs require minimum coursework of 60 semester credit hours. Because of many factors (student work schedules, class scheduling problems, required developmental work, certain prerequisites, etc.) the average full-time student may take somewhat longer to complete a degree program. However, almost all associate degree transfer programs are designed to allow full-time students to complete all requirements over a period of two calendar years. Certificates require substantially fewer semester credit hours and are normally completed in less time than associate degree programs. Due to insufficient enrollment, certain courses in career programs may not be offered every year. In order not to delay graduation, students may consult with the appropriate department chair and identify substitutes for such courses. In all programs, students should consult an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. 50

7 ACCOUNTING/BUSINESS The College offers three degree, three certificate, and two letter of recognition programs in accounting and business curricula. The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree recognizes curricular focus in a specific occupational area. This degree is intended primarily for immediate employment or occupational skills upgrading, but also provides opportunities for transfer to a fouryear institution to complete a baccalaureate degree. The Letter of Recognition in Accounting (Tax) is designed to provide knowledge of basic tax preparation and law in the shortest period of time for entry-level employment. It can also be used by professionals working in the field who desire a specialty area of expertise in tax preparation. BUSINESS The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is intended primarily for transfer to a baccalaureate degree program, but may also be suitable for career exploration and skills upgrading. The degree programs include discipline and general education courses, range from credits, and typically take a minimum of two years to complete. The College s Basic and Advanced Certificate options focus on a sequence of courses at the intermediate and advanced levels in the student s chosen curriculum. Most certificate programs are designed to build upon skills and sequence into degree curricula. Certificate programs include at least 12 credits and typically take a minimum of a year to complete. Letter of Recognition (LOR) programs include a specific sequence of courses that total no more than 11 credits, and can be completed in the shortest period of time. ACCOUNTING The AA degree in Business Administration is designed for those who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a baccalaureate degree in business administration. The Business Management Technology AAS degree is designed to prepare students for employment at the mid-management or supervisory level. The Certificate in Business Management Technology is designed to prepare students for entry-level management positions. The Letter of Recognition in Business Management Technology is designed to provide a credential for those students interested in a limited sequence of management-related courses. E A S T E R N S H O R E HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER The AAS degree in Accounting is designed for students seeking to work as junior accountants or assistant auditors in industry, government, and public accounting firms. The Basic Certificate in Accounting is designed to provide knowledge of basic accounting skills for entry-level employment. The Advanced Certificate is designed for persons currently working in the industry or persons seeking CPA certification. See program information for the specific occupational goals associated with each. Students who successfully complete the AAS in Accounting, the AAS in Business Management Technology, or the AA in Business Administration degree programs at Chesapeake College may be eligible to continue taking courses to complete their bachelor s degree at the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center, located on the College s Wye Mills campus. The University of Maryland University College (UMUC) offers a Bachelor s Degree in Business Management and Business Administration at the Center. Students should work closely with the Chesapeake College Transfer Counselor in scheduling classes. For more information, contact the Executive Director for the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center at:

8 Accounting/Business ACCOUNTING DEGREE (410) This program of study meets all the General Education Requirements at Chesapeake College. AWARD: Associate of Applied Science Degree PURPOSE: The Associate of Applied Science degree program in Accounting was designed for students seeking employment at the entry-level in industry, government, and small public accounting firms. Graduates will be capable of working as Junior Accountants and Assistant Auditors. Emphasis is placed on accounting knowledge and skills as well as general knowledge of the workplace. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Accounting Technician Bookkeeper Staff Accountant Accounting Paraprofessional Payroll Clerk General Ledger Clerk Accounts Receivable Clerk Accounts Payable Clerk. PROGRAM: Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I: FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course (G.Ed.) 1 ENG 101 Composition (G.Ed.) 3 ACC 103 Principles of Accounting I 3 CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications Integration 3 MAT 204 Introduction to Statistics (G.Ed.) 3 PED 103 Fitness and Wellness (G.Ed.) 3 16 Spring I ACC 104 Principles of Accounting II 3 ART/HUM Art/Humanities (G.Ed.) 3 BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 COM 101 Fund. of Oral Communication (G.Ed.) or COM 150 Fund. of Organ. Communication (G.Ed.) 3 MAT 110 Finite Math or MAT 113 College Algebra or MAT 115 Precalculus 3 SOC SCI Social/Behavioral (G.Ed.) 3 18 Fall II ACC 105 Personal Income Tax 3 ACC 203+ Intermediate Accounting I 3 ACC 205+ Cost Accounting 3 CPL 201 Career Planning & Preparation 1 ECN 171 Principles of Macroeconomics (G.Ed.) 3 NAT SCI Bio/Natural Sciences (G.Ed.) 4 17 Spring II ACC 204+ Intermediate Accounting II 3 ACC 206+ Auditing 3 BUS 241 Business Law I 3 BUS 215+ Principles of Management 3 CPL 280+ Cooperative Work Experience 3 PROG Program Elective 3 18 CONTACT PERSON: Mr. Larry Hearn Arts/Humanities Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ART 101; ENG 102; FLM 240; HUM 101, 110; MUS 101; THE 172. BIO/Natural Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: BIO 101, 111; CHM 121; GEO 143; PHY 205, 215; SCI 110, 111, 141, 142. Program Electives can be satisfied by: Any course with an ACC prefix or BUS 242, 245. Social/Behavioral Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ANT 142; GEO 142; HIS 101, 102, 121, 122, 131, 132; POL 180, 181; PSC 150; SOC 161, 162. X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. (G.Ed.) General Education Program Requirements. NOTICE: This program is not designed as a transfer program to a senior institution. If a student wishes to transfer to another institution and major in accounting, the student should consult with an academic advisor at his/her earliest convenience. For additional educational opportunities related to this field, see the Business Administration Bachelor s degree program offered through the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center. For more information, contact the Executive Director for the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center at: MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 69 52

9 Accounting/Business ACCOUNTING ADVANCED CERTIFICATE (412) AWARD: Certificate PURPOSE: The Advanced Certificate in Accounting program was designed to provide the student with an in-depth knowledge of accounting theory and practice. It is primarily designed for persons currently working or desiring to work in the industry or persons with degrees seeking certification. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Accounting Technician Staff Accountant Accounting Paraprofessional General Ledger Supervisor Accounts Receivable Accounts Payable Supervisor. PROGRAM: Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course 1 ENG 101 Composition 3 ACC 103 Principles of Accounting I 3 PROG Program Elective 3 PROG Program Elective 3 PROG Program Elective 3 16 Spring I ACC 104+ Principles of Accounting II 3 BUS 220+ Business Ethics and Society 3 PROG Program Elective 3 PROG Program Elective 3 PROG Program Elective 3 15 Fall II ACC 105 Personal Income Tax 3 ACC 203+ Intermediate Accounting I 3 ACC 205+ Cost Accounting 3 PROG Program Elective 3 12 Spring II ACC 106+ Corporate Tax 3 ACC 204+ Intermediate Accounting II 3 ACC 206+ Auditing 3 ACC 212+ Government and Not-For-Profit Accounting 3 12 CONTACT PERSON: Mr. Larry Hearn Program Electives can be satisfied by: BUS 215, 230, 231, 241, 242, 245; COM 150; ECN 171, 172; MAT 204. X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 55 53

10 Accounting/Business ACCOUNTING BASIC CERTIFICATE (411) ACCOUNTING LETTER OR RECOGNITION - TAX (413) AWARD: Certificate PURPOSE: The Basic Certificate in Accounting program was designed to provide, in the shortest possible time, a knowledge of basic accounting skills. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Assistant Bookkeeper General Office Clerk Payroll Clerk. PROGRAM: Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course 1 ACC 103 Principles of Accounting I 3 BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications Integration 3 CPL 201 Career Planning & Preparation 1 11 Spring I ACC 104+ Principles of Accounting II 3 ACC 110 Computerized Accounting 3 CPL 250+ Job Shadowing or CPL 280+ Cooperative Work Experience 1 7 AWARD: Letter of Recognition PURPOSE: The Tax-Letter of Recognition program was designed to provide, in the shortest possible time, a knowledge of basic tax preparation and law. OCCUPATIONAL GOAL: Tax Preparer. PROGRAM: Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I ACC 103 Principles of Accounting I 3 ACC 105 Personal Income Tax 3 6 Spring I ACC 106+ Corporate Tax 3 3 MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 9 CONTACT PERSON: Mr. Larry Hearn + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 18 CONTACT PERSON: Mr. Larry Hearn X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. 54

11 Accounting/Business BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (350) Degree Program This program of study meets all the General Education Requirements at Chesapeake College. AWARD: Associate of Arts Degree PURPOSE: The Associate of Arts degree program in Business Administration was designed for persons who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a baccalaureate degree program in business administration. PROGRAM: The modern business world demands that its staff be knowledgeable in fields beyond everyday business technology. Thus, this curriculum requires courses in the humanities, natural or physical sciences, and social sciences, in addition to the principles of economics and principles of accounting usually required in the first two years of a baccalaureate business administration curriculum. Students should acquaint themselves with the requirements of the major department at the college or university to which transfer is contemplated and also consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. The College s Transfer Advisor can provide additional information regarding the transfer requirements of institutions within the University of Maryland system. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course (G.Ed.) 1 ENG 101 Composition (G.Ed.) 3 BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 COM 101 Fund. of Oral Communication (G.Ed.) or COM 150 Fund. of Organ. Communication (G.Ed.) 3 SOC SCI Social/Behavioral Science (G.Ed.) 3 PED 103 Fitness and Wellness (G.Ed.) 3 16 Spring I ENG 102+ Introduction to Literature (G.Ed.) 3 BUS Business Elective 3 CIS Computer Info. Systems Elective 3 ART/HUM Arts/Humanities (G.Ed.) 3 MAT 204+ Introduction to Statistics (G.Ed.) 3 15 Fall II ECN 171 Principles of Macroeconomics (G.Ed.) 3 BUS 241 Business Law I 3 ACC 103 Principles of Accounting I 3 NAT SCI Bio/Natural Sciences (G.Ed.) 4 PROG Program Electives 3 16 Spring II ECN 172 Principles of Microeconomics 3 ACC 104+ Principles of Accounting II 3 IDC 201+ The Nature of Knowledge (G.Ed.) 3 MAT 110+ Finite Mathematics or MAT 113+ College Algebra or MAT 115+ Precalculus or MAT 120+ Introduction to Applied Calculus 3 NAT SCI Bio/Natural Sciences (G.Ed.) 4 16 MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 63 CONTACT PERSON: Dr. Dan Powroznik Arts/Humanities Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ART 101; ENG 102; FLM 240; HUM 101, 110; MUS 101; THE 172. BIO/Natural Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: BIO 101, 111; CHM 121; GEO 143; PHY 205, 215; SCI 110, 111, 141, 142. Program Electives can be satisfied by: Any course with a BUS prefix. Computer Info. Systems Electives can be satisfied by: Any course with a CIS or CSC prefix, except CIS 281, 282, 284, 286, 288, or 290. (Note: For information regarding course prerequisites and assessment exams, contact the CIT Department Chair.) Social/Behavioral Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ANT 142, GEO 142; HIS 101, 102, 121, 122, 131, 132; POL 180, 181; PSC 150; SOC 161, 162. X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. (G.Ed.) General Education Program Requirements. For additional educational opportunities related to this field, see the Business Administration Bachelor s degree program offered through the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center. For more information, contact the Executive Director for the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center at:

12 Accounting/Business BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY DEGREE (401) This program of study meets all the General Education Requirements at Chesapeake College. AWARD: Associate of Applied Science Degree PURPOSE: The Associate of Applied Science degree program in Business Management Technology was designed to prepare students for employment at the mid-management or supervisory level. Persons who are seeking their first employment in a managerial position and those who are seeking promotion may benefit from this program. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Administrative Assistant Branch Manager Department Head Management Trainee Office Manager Small Business Manager Supervisor. PROGRAM: The Business Management Technology Degree program was designed to train managers for industry. The program will include technical courses in business management, courses in related areas, and general education. Instruction will include both theoretical concepts and practical application procedures needed for success in business management. Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course (G.Ed.) 1 ENG 101 Composition (G.Ed.) 3 BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 BUS 230 Marketing 3 PED 103 Fitness and Wellness (G.Ed.) 3 PROG Program Elective 3 16 Spring I BUS 215+ Principles of Management 3 COM 101 Fund. of Oral Communication (G.Ed.) or COM 150 Fund. of Organ. Communication (G.Ed.) 3 MAT 110+ Finite Mathematics (G.Ed.) or MAT 113+ College Algebra (G.Ed.) or MAT 115+ Precalculus (G.Ed.) 3 PROG Program Electives 6 SOC SCI Social/Behavioral Sciences (G.Ed.) 3 18 Fall II ACC 103 Principles of Accounting I 3 BUS 241 Business Law I 3 CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications Integration 3 CPL 201 Career Planning and Preparation 1 ECN 171 Principles of Macroeconomics G.Ed.) or ECN 172 Principles of Microeconomics 3 NAT SCI Bio/Natural Sciences (G.Ed.) 4 17 Spring II ACC 104+ Principles of Accounting II 3 ART/HUM Arts/Humanities (G.Ed.) 3 BUS 240 International Business 3 BUS 242+ Business Law II 3 CPL 280+ Cooperative Work Experience 3 PROG Program Elective 3 18 CONTACT PERSON: Mr. Lewis J. Healy, Jr. Program Electives can be satisfied by: Any course with a BUS prefix or ACC 205. It is recommended that program electives be chosen based upon a student s area of interest (track). Four suggested tracks and their recommended program electives are listed below: Agribusiness Track: ACC 205+ Cost Accounting ECN 171 Principles of Macroeconomics or ECN 172 Principles of Microeconomics AGR 213 Introduction to Agricultural Economics AGR 223+ Introduction to Agribusiness Finance Track: BUS 145 Personal Finance BUS 245 Business Finance BUS 247 Investments ACC 205 Cost Accounting Management Track: BUS 212+ Human Resources Management BUS 261 Mgnt. Prospectus: Production Tech. & Practices BUS 220 Business Ethics and Society BUS 260 Seminar & Project in Business Mgnt. Technology Marketing Track: BUS 231 Salesmanship BUS 234 Advertising BUS 235 Retailing BUS 261 Mgnt. Prospectus: Production Tech. & Practices Note: ECN 171 is a fall course, ECN 172 is a spring course. Students electing to take 172 should switch it with the program elective required in Spring II. MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 69 56

13 Accounting/Business BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY, continued Arts/Humanities Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ART 101; ENG 102; FLM 240; HUM 101, 110; MUS 101; THE 172. BIO/Natural Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: BIO 101, 111; CHM 121; GEO 143; PHY 205, 215; SCI 110, 111, 141, 142. Social Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ANT 142; GEO 142; HIS 101, 102, 121, 122, 131, 132; POL 180, 181; PSC 150; SOC 161, 162. X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. (G.Ed.) General Education Program Requirements. For additional educational opportunities related to this field, see the College's A.A. degree program in Business Administration or the Business Administration Bachelor s degree program offered through the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center. For more information, contact the Executive Director for the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center at:

14 Accounting/Business BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE (402) BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY LETTER OR RECOGNITION (403) AWARD: Certificate PURPOSE: The Certificate program in Business Management Technology was designed to prepare students for entry-level management positions and to provide for the development of new skills. The Certificate Option is designed so that qualified students may transfer to the Business Management Associate degree program. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Assistant Branch Manager Assistant Department Head Assistant Office Manager Assistant Supervisor Management Trainee. PROGRAM: Business Management courses comprise the major part of the program. Instruction will include both theoretical concept and practical application needed for success in business management. Students will also take courses in related subjects. Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course 1 ENG 101 Composition 3 ACC 103 Principles of Accounting I 3 BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 BUS 230 Marketing 3 BUS 261 Management Prospectus I/ Production Techniques and Practices 3 CPL 201 Career Planning and Preparation 1 17 Spring I ACC 104+ Principles of Accounting II 3 BUS 215+ Principles of Management 3 BUS Business Elective 3 CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications Integration 3 COM 101 Fund. of Oral Communication or 3 COM 150 Fund. of Organizational Communication CPL 250+ Job Shadowing or CPL 280+ Cooperative Work Experience 1 16 AWARD: Letter of Recognition PURPOSE: The Letter of Recognition program in Business Management Technology was designed to provide a credential for those students who are interested in a limited sequence of management-related courses. OCCUPATIONAL GOAL: Management Trainee. PROGRAM: Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 3 Spring I BUS 215+ Principles of Management 3 CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications 3 6 MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 9 CONTACT PERSON: Mr. Lewis J. Healy, Jr. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 33 CONTACT PERSON: Mr. Lewis J. Healy, Jr. Business Electives can be satisfied by: Any course with a BUS prefix. X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. This program has been approved for funding under the Workforce Investment Act. For more information, contact the Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board at:

15 COMPUTER STUDIES The College offers six degree, eight certificate, and four letter of recognition programs in computer studies curricula. Students are encouraged to select an area of interest and complete courses that will allow them to build their educational programs in steps in an area of interest, building expertise while working towards obtaining an A.A.S. degree. The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree recognizes curricular focus in a specific occupational area. This degree is intended primarily for immediate employment or occupational skills upgrading, but also provides opportunities for transfer to a four-year institution to complete a baccalaureate degree. The Associate of Science (AAS) degree is intended primarily for transfer to a bachelor s degree program, but may also be suitable for career exploration and skills upgrading. The degree programs include discipline and general education courses, range from credits, and typically take a minimum of two years to complete. The College s Basic and Advanced Certificate options focus on a sequence of courses at the intermediate and advanced levels in the student s chosen curriculum. Most certificate programs are designed to build upon skills and sequence into degree curricula. Certificate programs include at least 12 credits and typically take a minimum of a year to complete. Letter of Recognition (LOR) programs include a specific sequence of courses that total no more than 11 credits, and can be completed in the shortest period of time. COMPUTER INFORMATION SECURITY The AAS degree in Computer Information Security prepares students for working with network security in private, public, and governmental arenas at the mid-administrative level. COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS There are four options under the Computer Information Systems AAS Degree, each of which builds upon basic and advanced certificate programs. There are also Letter of Recognition options for two of the four. A sample curriculum appears below: The AAS degree in Interactive Media and Web Design is designed to prepare students for employment as Web page/multimedia presentation operators and designers in the business community. The AAS degree in Microcomputer Applications prepares students to install, setup, use, and train others to use software for microcomputers in a business or technical environment. The AAS degree in Network Management is designed to prepare students for certification and employment as network managers. The AAS degree in PC Systems prepares students for employment installing, setting up, troubleshooting, and maintaining hardware and software for microcomputers. The Advanced Certificate in Interactive Media and Web Design provides students with courses specializing in Web page design that will enable them to function successfully as Web page designers. Students will be exposed to current state-of-the-art software applications and gain an understanding of hypertext markup language programming. The Basic Certificate is designed to provide knowledge of basic skills for entry-level employment. The Letter of Recognition is designed to provide a credential for those students who are interested in a limited sequence of Web page design courses. The Advanced Certificate in Microcomputer Applications provides the student with the opportunity to develop proficiency in software applications commonly used on microcomputers. Students will be exposed to all phases of microcomputer operations to enable them to function successfully as a one-person computing operation in a small business environment. The Basic Certificate is designed to provide knowledge of basic skills for entry-level employment. The Letter of Recognition is designed to lead to entry-level employment in the field of microcomputer applications The Advanced Certificate in Network Management provides the student with the opportunity to acquire familiarity with microcomputer networking hardware and software to become network administrators. The Basic Certificate is designed to provide knowledge of basic skills for entry-level employment as work group organizers. The Advanced Certificate in PC Systems provides the student with the opportunity to acquire familiarity with hardware and software support to be able to function as technical hardware and software technical support specialists. The Basic Certificate is designed to provide knowledge of basic skills for entry-level employment as help desk technicians. COMPUTER SCIENCE The AS degree in Computer Science is designed for persons who plan to transfer to a four-year institution to complete a baccalaureate degree. 59

16 Computer Studies COMPUTER INFORMATION SECURITY DEGREE (495) This program of study meets all the General Education Requirements at Chesapeake College. AWARD: Associate of Applied Science Degree PURPOSE: The Computer Information Security program is a technical program designed to prepare students to become Computer Information Security Specialists for a wide-range of government agencies or businesses. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Security Specialist Network Security Specialist Operating Systems Security Specialist Applications Security Specialist. PROGRAM: The Information Security Program provides students with an understanding of computer security and information assurance based on current industry standards. Topics cover threats, vulnerabilities, and preventions of computer crimes at the technical (hardware and software) level. The fundamental goal is to prepare students for careers in information systems security. This program of study is built upon the National Security Telecommunications and Systems Security Instruction (NSTISSI) 4011 and provides a foundation for students to sit for the following industry-recognized certifications: Network+, Security+, CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) and SCNP (Security Certified Network Professional). Students selecting this program are encouraged to meet with the Computer Information Department faculty for advising. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Spring I FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course (G.Ed.) 1 ART/HUM Arts/Humanities (G.Ed.) 3 CIS 109 Introduction to Computers 4 MAT Mathematics (G.Ed.) 3 SOC SCI Social/Behavioral Science (G.Ed.) 3 14 Fall I ENG 101 Composition (G.Ed.) 3 COM 150 Fund. Of Organ. Communication (G.Ed.) 3 PED 103 Fitness & Wellness (G.Ed.) 3 CIS 152+ Microcomputer Operating Systems 3 CPL 201 Career Planning & Preparation 1 SOC SCI Social/Behavioral Science (G.Ed.) 3 16 Spring II CIS 154+ Microsoft Windows Server 3 CIS 270+ Ethics for the Information Age 3 6 Fall II CIS 268+ Securing the Network Infrastructure 4 CIS 254+ Linux Use, Configuration & 3 Administration 7 Spring III CIS 278+ Network Defense & Countermeasures 3 NAT SCI BIO/Natural Science (G.Ed.) 4 CPL 280+ Cooperative Education 3 10 MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS 53 This program is offered through the CyberWatch Consortium of Maryland in conjunction with Anne Arundel Community College. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Ms. Diana Hill, CIT Department Chair , ext TO BE TAKEN AT ANNE ARUNDEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Spring II CSI 157 Networking I 4 CSI 158+ Networking II 4 Fall II CSI 257+ Networking III 4 CSI 258+ Networking IV 4 MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 16 TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS: 69 NOTE: Students who have completed CISCO training elsewhere may also have their certification evaluated for credit toward degree completion. CONTACT PERSON: Ms. Diana Hill Arts/Humanities Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ART 101; ENG 102; FLM 240; HUM 101, 110; MUS 101; THE 172. BIO/Natural Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: BIO 101, 111; CHM 121; GEO 143; PHY 205, 215; SCI 110, 111, 141, 142. Mathematics Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: MAT 110, 113, 115, 140, 200, 204. Social/Behavior Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ANT 142; ECN 171, 172; GEO 142; HIS 101, 102, 121, 122, 131, 132; POL 180, 181; PSC 150; SOC 161, 162. X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. (G.Ed.) General Education Program Requirements. PENDING STATE APPROVAL

17 Computer Studies COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEGREE Microcomputer Applications Specialist Option (486) This program of study meets all the General Education Requirements at Chesapeake College. AWARD: Associate of Applied Science Degree PURPOSE: The Microcomputer Applications program prepares students to install, setup, use, and train others to use software for microcomputers in a business or technical environment. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: PC Software Support Technician Software Trainer Help Desk Technician. PROGRAM: Students are introduced to a sequence of commonly used applications, focusing on concepts and principles in addition to giving students extensive hands-on experience. Business and communications courses will lay the groundwork for employment in a business or technical environment. Successful completion of this program will enable students to function as PC applications specialists to solve problems in a business or other computing environment, provide training in the use of PC applications, and provide software technical support. Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course (G.Ed.) 1 ENG 101 Composition (G.Ed.) 3 BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 CIS 109 Introduction to Computers 4 SOC SCI Social/Behavioral Science (G.Ed.) 3 14 Spring I ART/HUM Arts/Humanities (G.Ed.) 3 CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications Integration 3 CIS 152+ Microcomputer Operating Systems 3 CIS 179 Introduction to HTML 3 COM 150 Fund. of Organ. Communication (G.Ed.) 3 CPL 201 Career Planning & Preparation 1 16 Fall II CIS 245+ Network Administration 3 IMD 171 Desktop Publishing and Graphics Presentation 3 IMD 175+ Multimedia and Web Design I 3 PED 103 Fitness and Wellness (G.Ed.) 3 SOC SCI Social/Behavioral Science (G.Ed.) 3 15 Spring II CIS 122+ Database Management 3 CIS 270+ Ethics for the Information Age 3 CPL 280+ Cooperative Work Experience 3 MAT Mathematics (G.Ed.) 3 NAT SCI Bio/Natural Sciences (G.Ed.) 4 16 CONTACT PERSON: Ms. Diana Hill Arts/Humanities Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ART 101; ENG 102; FLM 240; HUM 101, 110; MUS 101; THE 172. BIO/Natural Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: BIO 101, 111; CHM 121; GEO 143; PHY 205, 215; SCI 110, 111, 141, 142. Mathematics Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: MAT 110, 113, 115, 140, 200, 204. (MAT 113, 115 or 140 is recommended.) Program Electives can be satisfied by: CIS 110, 165, 190. Social/Behavioral Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ANT 142; ECN 171, 172; GEO 142; HIS 101, 102, 121, 122, 131, 132; POL 180, 181; PSC 150; SOC 161, 162. X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. (G.Ed.) General Education Program Requirements. MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 61 61

18 Computer Studies MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST ADVANCED CERTIFICATE (496) MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST BASIC CERTIFICATE (497) AWARD: Certificate PURPOSE: The Advanced Certificate in Microcomputer Applications provides the student with the opportunity to develop proficiency in software applications commonly used on microcomputers. Students will be exposed to all phases of microcomputer operations to enable them to function successfully as a one-person computing operation in a small business environment. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Office Manager Office Supervisor Administrative Associate Software Application Trainer PROGRAM: Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course 1 ENG 101 Composition 3 CIS 109 Introduction to Computers 4 CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications Integration 3 11 Spring I CIS 122+ Database Management 3 CIS 152+ Microcomputer Operating Systems 3 6 Fall II IMD 171 Desktop Publishing & Graphics Presentation 3 IMD 175+ Multimedia and Web Design I 3 CIS 245+ Network Administration 3 9 AWARD: Certificate PURPOSE: The Basic Certificate in Microcomputer Applications is designed to provide knowledge of basic skills for entry-level employment. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Office Assistant Microcomputer Operator PROGRAM: Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I CIS 109 Introduction to Computers 4 CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications Integration 3 7 Spring I CIS 122+ Database Management 3 CIS 152+ Microcomputer Operating Systems 3 IMD 175+ Multimedia and Web Design I 3 9 MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS 16 CONTACT PERSON: Ms. Diana Hill + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS 26 CONTACT PERSON: Ms. Diana Hill X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. PENDING STATE APPROVAL PENDING STATE APPROVAL 62

19 Computer Studies MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST LETTER OF RECOGNITION (455) AWARD: Letter of Recognition PURPOSE: The Letter of Recognition Microcomputer Applications is deigned to lead to entry-level employment in the field of microcomputer applications. PROGRAM: Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I IMD 171 Desktop Publishing and Graphic Presentation 3 CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications Integration 3 6 Spring I IMD 175+ Multimedia & Web Design I 3 3 CONTACT PERSON: Ms. Diana Hill + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 9 63

20 Computer Studies COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEGREE Interactive Media and Web Design Option (474) This program of study meets all the General Education Requirements at Chesapeake College. AWARD: Associate of Applied Science Degree PURPOSE: The Interactive Media and Web Design program was designed to prepare students for employment as Web page/multimedia presentation operators and designers in the business community. OCCUPATIONAL GOALS: Web Designer Web Developer Multimedia Specialist. PROGRAM: The program provides the student with the opportunity to acquire proficiency in microcomputer graphics/multimedia software. Additional business or business-related courses provide the student with a thorough understanding of the employment environment. The fundamental goal is to provide the student with an adequate understanding of microcomputer software and multimedia skills in order to function successfully in a business-oriented, computing environment. Students should consult with an academic advisor in planning an appropriate program. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: [Courses Appear in Recommended Sequence.] Fall I FSC 101X Freshman Seminar Course (G.Ed.) 1 ENG 101 Composition (G.Ed.) 3 ART/HUM Arts/Humanities (G.Ed.) 3 BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 CIS 109 Introduction to Computers 4 SOC SCI Social/Behavioral Science (G.Ed.) 3 17 Spring I CIS 115 Microcomputer Applications Integration 3 CIS 179 Introduction to HTML 3 COM 150 Fund. of Organ. Communication (G.Ed.) 3 CPL 201 Career Planning & Preparation 1 IMD 165 Digital Graphic Design 3 IMD 175+ Multimedia and Web Design I 3 16 Fall II IMD 171 Desktop Publishing & Graphics Presentation 3 IMD 190 Digital Image Processing 3 IMD 275+ Multimedia and Web Design II 3 CPL 280+ Cooperative Work Experience 3 PED 103 Fitness and Wellness (G.Ed.) 3 SOC SCI Social/Behavioral Science (G.Ed.) 3 18 Spring II CIS 270+ Ethics for the Information Age 3 IMD 285+ Special Topics in Graphics & Multimedia 3 MAT Mathematics (G.Ed.) 3 NAT SCI Bio/Natural Sciences (G.Ed.) 4 13 CONTACT PERSON: Ms. Diana Hill Arts/Humanities Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ART 101; ENG 102; FLM 240; HUM 101, 110; MUS 101; THE 172. BIO/Natural Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: BIO 101, 111; CHM 121; GEO 143; PHY 205, 215; SCI 110, 111, 141, 142. Mathematics Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: MAT 110, 113, 115, 140, 200, 204. (MAT 113, 115 or 140 is recommended.) Social/Behavioral Science Electives (G.Ed.) can be satisfied by: ANT 142; ECN 171, 172; GEO 142; HIS 101, 102, 121, 122, 131, 132; POL 180, 181; PSC 150; SOC 161, 162. X Must be taken within the first 12 hours unless exempted by meeting established standards. + Prerequisite or corequisite. See course description for details. (G.Ed.) General Education Program Requirements. MINIMUM REQUIRED CREDITS: 64 64

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