1 I WISH SOMEONE HAD TOLD ME THAT Making sure students are informed of potential surprises before the first day of class! Course What the student needs to know in order to be successful in this class All Courses All CCCC students are expected to have access to a computer and the ability to instructors. CCCC utilizes Campus Cruiser to communicate with students; therefore, it is expected that each student will check their Campus Cruiser account on a regular basis. Students MUST use their Campus Cruiser account to instructors. All other providers can be filtered by the college s firewall and the message may not be received. Students are required to submit original written work in all classes. Students should be aware that all instructors have the knowledge and ability to determine plagiarized work, and will follow the rules and discipline as outlined in the CCCC catalog regarding plagiarized work. All Online Courses Before attempting an online class, it is highly recommended that the student has successfully completed, or placed out of, all developmental courses. Online classes require advanced reading comprehension skills. These classes are intensive in reading and writing. When registering for an online class, students will be required to sign a form stating that they have read the requirements for each online course. These requirements can be found by clicking on the following link: Students are expected to read the syllabus for each class and abide by the attendance
2 policy as stated. Attendance in online courses can be measured differently by different instructors, so the student should be very aware of the policy for each course. Students will need a basic understanding of how to navigate Blackboard. If you need some assistance with this, click here to access the tutorial video. https://www.coastalcarolina.edu/distance-learning/how-to-access-your-online-course/ All Online Courses that involve tutoring Tutoring is available to online students for the same subject areas as in seated classes. Online students can send their tutoring request to the following: Math, Chemistry or Accounting Students: If your request is regarding an online course in math, chemistry, or accounting (ACC 120 or 121), your message will be forwarded to a subject-area specialist. You should receive a response from the tutor within twenty-four hours, excluding weekends and college holidays. Writing Students: If your request is regarding a written assignment for an online course, it will be forwarded to a tutor in our on-campus writing lab, room 200, the Academic Studies Center, in the Cont. Educ. Bldg. The on-campus writing lab s hours are 7:30 am -9 pm Monday through Thursday and 7:30 am 5 pm Friday, with English tutors available at all times. Visiting the writing lab in person is always strongly encouraged over online assistance, and a paper can be brought in multiple times. Please read the guidelines below very carefully to ensure your paper or assignment receives the appropriate attention. 1) The response time is 3 business days, excluding weekends and college holidays. Busy times for the writing lab such as midterms and finals can delay tutor response time. We strongly recommend you submit your paper a week minimum before it is due! 2) Your name, online course title and instructor name, assignment in detail, and student number must all be included with your submitted writing question(s) or
3 paper so that it can be verified that you are a current CCCC student and the assignment is for a CCCC online course. Otherwise the submission will be disregarded. Also, please state as specifically as possible at the top of the page your writing concerns or problems. The writing lab cannot turn a D paper into an A paper, nor are we an editing service meant to find every mistake. This is a service provided to tutor online students with specific writing concerns. Keep in mind the more detailed description of the assignment, the more the tutor can help. 3) Please be aware that the writing lab uses Microsoft word 2007 and cannot read files from any other word-processing programs. All Developmental Courses (DRE and DMA) Students must earn a grade of P (Pass) to advance to the next course level. If a student earns an R (Re-enroll), students must retake the course. Students are encouraged to investigate any impact an R would have on financial aid. All DRE courses include two online lab hours per week in order to introduce students to technology required in college. Students may complete these lab hours on campus or at home. All DMA courses are 4-week courses; DRE 096, 097, and 098 are 8-week courses. DRE 099 must be taken as a co-requisite with ENG 111. ACA 111 and 122 It is HIGHLY recommended that students take these courses in their first semester. Because many of the activities and assignments are completed using actual pages from the textbook, students must purchase a new textbook. ACC 120 and 121 Students must have the Pearson access code required by the instructor, which will be used to complete all assignments, quizzes and exams. If you buy a used book, you must purchase an access code. This is usually more expensive than buying the text new, bundled with the access code. The access code can be purchased at Strong skill in the use of Microsoft s EXCEL spreadsheet package is highly
4 recommended for ACC 121. ACC 131 and ACC 140 ACC 149 ACC 150 ACC 220 ART 111 (Seated and Online) ART 121 ART 122 Due to annual changes in the tax code and the use of worksheets, students must purchase a new textbook. Students must have the Pearson access code (for MyItLab) required by the instructor, which will be used to complete all simulation training and grader assignments. If you buy a used book, you must purchase an access code. This is usually more expensive than buying the text new, bundled with the access code. The access code can be purchased at Students cannot use a MAC operating system with the required QuickBooks Pro Software. Students are required to download the latest version of QuickBooks Pro Accounting software (accompanied with the text) on a computer with internet access. Students must have the WileyPlus access code required by the instructor, which will be used to complete all assignments, quizzes and exams. If you buy a used book, you must purchase an access code. This is usually more expensive than buying the text new, bundled with the access code. The access code can be purchased at Internet access is required for this hybrid course. All the ART 111 courses use A World of Art, 7th Ed. This book comes with an access code. This access code may be required to complete assignments, quizzes and exams. If you buy a used book, you must purchase an access code. This is usually more expensive than buying the text new, bundled with the access code. The access code can be purchased at No required text, $125 in supplies There is no required text, but approximately $75 in Art supplies will be required.
5 ART 131 and 132 ART 135 and 235 ART 231 and 232 ART 240 and 241 ART 244 ART 261 and 262 BIO 106, BIO 110, BIO 112, BIO 130, BIO 163, BIO 168 and BIO 169 BIO 110 compared to BIO 111 BIO 140A BIO 175 compared to BIO 275 BUS 110 There is no required text, but approximately $75 in Art supplies will be required. There is no required text, but approximately $75 in Art supplies will be required. There is no required text, but approximately $50 in Art supplies will be required. No required text, $125 in supplies No required text, $125 in supplies There is no required text, but approximately $150 in Photography supplies will be required, plus a working SLR film camera. These classes include labs in which preserved animals will be dissected. Students may find the smell of the specimen preservative less than pleasing. Bio 110 is a survey course that covers a wide range of biology topics including the cell, plants, and animals and is designed for non-majors. Bio 111 is designed for biology/science majors and focuses more in-depth on the cell. Bio 112 continues the in-depth focus on plants and animals for biology/science majors. Most lab periods are conducted outside in potentially uncomfortable surroundings, such as hot, cold, rainy, muddy, with biting insects, etc. Bio 175 has only 2 hours of lecture and 2 hours of lab compared to Bio 275, which has the traditional 3 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab. If you are planning on transferring microbiology as other than part of a program, you should consider Bio 275 the better course choice. BUS 110 is a survey course with numerous online components. It uses numerous supplements requiring special access codes not readily available for purchase elsewhere. Usually the least expensive and dependable means of acquiring the complete package is through Coastal s bookstore, and the materials will be needed on the first day of class.
6 Access codes are date sensitive and cannot be reused from semester to semester. Must have access to high-speed Internet to view videos and to do simulations. Microsoft Office 2003 or more recent versions (Word, PowerPoint and Excel) needed for class assignments. BUS 148 BUS 225 Have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word and PowerPoint) Must have an access code for My Finance Lab, which must be used to complete all assignments, quizzes and exams. If you buy a used book, you must purchase an access code as well. This is usually more expensive than buying the text new, bundled with the access code. Students must have a financial calculator; Texas Instruments BA II-Plus is the recommended model. Strong skills in the use of Microsoft e EXCEL spreadsheet package will be extremely useful. CHM 090 CHM 151 and CHM 152 CIS 110 Depending on the instructor, student may be required to complete online homework. Depending on the instructor, students may be required to complete online homework using an online homework instrument. Must complete work using the current version of Microsoft Office with Microsoft Access (students cannot use open source software). If a student purchases the Microsoft Office Home and Student Edition, this will not include Microsoft Access. Students are highly encouraged to purchase the customized bundle from the College Store. If a student purchases a used book, they will still be required to purchase a SAM key code from the College Store or online. If a student purchases a used book they may not receive the trial copy of Office and other included materials that are required for the course. It is actually less expensive to purchase the bundled materials new than it is
7 to purchase a used text and all the supplementary items. Since the course now covers Windows 8, online students should have a computer running Windows 8 operating system. Some of the requirements cannot be met using Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7. CIS 110 cannot be completed on a MacBook, imac, or other Apple computer. CIS 111 Must complete work using the appropriate version of Microsoft Office (students cannot use Microsoft Works). If a student purchases a used book, they will still be required to purchase the Snap booklet/code and will need the black & white CD in order to complete the activities in the textbook. SNAP will not work with a Mac or Foxfire. CJC Courses CJC 145 Controversial/graphic subject matter may be discussed in class. Students should be familiar with the Windows environment (copy/paste/minimize/mouse functions, etc.) and MS Office. Students will need to purchase a USB drive, pencils, an eraser, a 1 inch binder, a 12 inch ruler, and a protractor. It is recommended that students successfully complete CIS 110 before registering for this class. CJC 144, CJC 146, CJC 222, CJC 245, and CJC 246 COM Courses COM 110 & 120 Students will be dealing with fingerprint powders and ink (could be messy), certain crime scene processing chemicals, and will be required to work outside in both hot and cold conditions. All communication classes require participation in both small and large group activities. Controversial and debatable topics are covered and discussed. Some material may include adult themes and content.
8 COM 231 COM 251 (Krause) CTS 130 Students must present all required speeches to pass this class. Persuasive presentations may include controversial topics, but all speeches must be delivered according to the guidelines for ethical speaking. Controversial topics will be debated using prescribed formats based upon credible research. Debate etiquette will be followed at all times. Must complete work using Microsoft Office (students cannot use Microsoft Works). If a student purchases a used book, they will still be required to purchase the Snap booklet/code and will need the black & white CD in order to complete the activities in the textbook. SNAP will not work with a Mac or Foxfire. DBA 112 DMA DRE Students must have access to the correct version of Access. This software can be purchased for a home computer at a substantial discount by students registered for this course (ask your instructor). Students will earn a grade of P for Pass or R for Reenroll in these 4-week developmental math courses. Students must earn an 80% on the final exam to earn a grade of P in the course. A grade of P is required to progress to the next DMA course. There may be financial aid implications for students who are unable to progress through the sequence of DMA classes during the semester. These are 8-week combined English and Reading developmental courses. These DRE courses include two online lab hours per week in order to introduce students to technology required in college. Students may complete these lab hours on campus or at home. Students will earn a grade of P for Pass or R for Reenroll. Students must earn 80% mastery on all major assignments to earn a P in the course. A grade of P is required to progress into the next DRE course. There may be financial aid implications for students who are unable to progress through the sequence of DRE classes during the semester. Students may register for ENG 111 upon successful completion of DRE 098.
9 (There is no need to register for DRE 099.) DRE 099 ECO 251 and 252 (Online) EDU Courses EDU 184 EDU 284 EDU 216 ENG Courses (Seated) This is a combined English and Reading developmental course to be taken as a co-requisite with ENG 111. This course cannot be taken alone. Students will earn a grade of P for Pass and R for Reenroll in this course. Students must earn 80% mastery on major assignments to earn a P in the course. This course is taken instead of DRE 098, not after DRE 098. Final Examinations and possibly one mid-term exam must be taken at Coastal or under the supervision of an approved proctor. Field observations required in many classes; background checks with a fee required by field sites; online submission of assignments required in most classes; and materials may need to be purchased for teaching lesson plans. Students are placed in local early childhood programs to complete the field practicum course. Students are scheduled to complete the required number of field hours two mornings per week for the duration of the semester. Afternoon, evening and weekend placements are not an option at this time. Students are placed in local early childhood programs to complete the field practicum course. Students are scheduled to complete the required number of field hours two mornings per week for the duration of the semester. Afternoon, evening and weekend placements are not an option at this time. This course requires a field experience where the student must visit schools and educational sites during the school work day for a minimum of six hours. Seated students will use Blackboard for some aspects of their course due to the fact that many colleges of education are requiring knowledge of online instruction. All instructors will be utilizing in-class group work, peer review of writing, and Campus Cruiser. Students in all ENG classes will need either the ability to submit files as a WORD document or the ability to save a file in a format that is WORD compatible.
10 A jump/flash drive is recommended for saving work done in the English computer labs. *Students will be required to submit original written work in all English classes. Students should be aware that all instructors have the knowledge and ability to determine plagiarized work, and will follow the rules and discipline as outlined in the CCCC catalog regarding plagiarized work. Students should keep back-up copies of all written work, including drafts and research sources. ENG Courses (Online) Students should have access to a word processing program, preferably Word (not Works or Word Pad), and the ability to submit papers via Blackboard. Students in all ENG online classes will need to check with their online instructor as to whether or not they need access to a PowerPoint viewer or the PowerPoint application. A majority of online English classes utilize discussion boards, and peer review of writing. *See previous statement on submitting original work and issues related to plagiarism. Students should keep back-up copies of all written work, including drafts and research sources. ENG 111 (Doolittle) ENG 111 (Vithalani) ENG 112 or 114 ENG 112 or 114 Students expected to read and respond to essays in books on Reserve at LRC. Students will be required to participate in class discussions based on assignment readings, and complete weekly writing assignments along with several essays throughout the semester. Students in the second level of English will be required to write at least one research paper; some instructors require more than one. *See previous statement on submitting original work and issues related to plagiarism. Students will explore writing in various genres and formats across many different disciplines. Multiple documentation styles will be used, most frequently MLA and APA. A
11 presentation will be required at some point throughout the semester. ENG 112 (Online) ENG 114 ENG 125 and 126 ENG Literature Courses (ENG 231, 232, 241, 242, 261, 262, and 273) PowerPoint or Prezi presentation, with recorded audio, will be required. A majority of instructors will require a PowerPoint presentation. Seated ENG 114 classes require small group work and in-class oral presentations. It is recommended that students successfully complete CIS 110 prior to taking ENG 114. In-class writing exercises will require the student's participation and he/she should bring a suitable journal to class for that purpose. These in-class writings may remain personal or shared with the class at the student's discretion; however, the student should be a full participant in this in-class writing activity. Students need a jump drive to hold any work completed related to the course. Students may need to make copies of his/her work for in-class critiques and students should be willing to have his/her work peer reviewed in supervised writing workshops. A textbook will be required for purchase. Each literature course is based on a specific historical time period. Some works will include adult themes and content. Students are expected to be familiar with MLA format as taught in ENG 112, 113 or 114. Oral presentations are expected from a majority of literature instructors. *See previous statement on submitting original work and issues related to plagiarism. ENG 261 (Cancelli) ENG 262 (Cannon, Online) FIP 228 FIP 230 Students will have the opportunity to participate in a drama production (in-class) and will have the choice to work on stage or behind the scenes. A PowerPoint presentation is required. Students are expected to be familiar with PowerPoint prior to entering the class. Should have completed CIS 110 or have familiarity with formatting spreadsheets for calculations. Subject to proctored examinations.
12 FIP 232 FRE Courses HIS Courses HIS Courses (Bronstetter) HIS Courses (James) Subject to proctored examinations. Internet access is required. Most of the homework assignments will be submitted online. For most classes, students will also need a headset or speakers. There is a strong emphasis on oral and written communication in French. One or more supplemental books are usually required and are available in the College Store. Online quizzes and assignments are required. Courses include reading quizzes from the textbook that sometimes cover material that have not been discussed in class. In addition to the textbook, students will be required to purchase and read at least one, if not two, other supplemental books. MAT/DMA Courses MAT 110, 121, 143 and DMA require a scientific calculator. MAT 152, 171, 172, 263, 271, 272, 273, 285 and DMA require a graphing calculator (TI-83 or TI-84 is recommended). Calculator and computer usage may be restricted at the instructor s discretion. Students in all math courses are required to bring the required textbook to each class; a used textbook is acceptable. MAT Courses (Online) MAT 050 All online math courses require students to take 2-5 proctored tests. Students living in Onslow County are required to take these proctored tests at CCCC. Other students must arrange for a proctor at an approved educational institution. Online math students are required to have an online access code that accompanies the required textbook. Students with used textbooks must purchase an online access code separately. An online version of the complete textbook is usually available with this access code. Developmental math students could earn a grade of "IP" in place of the standard "D" grade. A grade of "IP" will require the student to retake the developmental course. Before the semester begins, students should investigate any impact this may have on all types of funding from any financial aid sources.
13 MAT 152 MED 116 MUS 110 MUS 110 (Online) Students will need a graphing calculator (TI-83 or higher). Students will also need regular access to the Internet and Microsoft Word and Excel. Students will be required to work in groups on a major cumulative project. Students must purchase an access code, which is required in order to complete all assignments, quizzes, and exams. If you buy a used book, you must purchase an access code as well. This is usually more expensive than buying the new text, bundled with an access code. Bundles are available in the College Bookstore. Students are expected to have a working computer to be able to do the interactive listening activities. Listening to music is a class requirement. Students must have access to the internet and be able to listen to the music. If a student has a used book, he/she needs to purchase an access code in order to use the listening materials This course will make serious demands on your computer system and skills. You must have one of the following three options: A New Text book and Total Access code A Used Textbook and purchased Total Access code An ebook in either online or downloadable format with Total Access code Hardware and software needed a reliable computer a sound card & speakers a hi-speed Internet service a dependable Internet Service Provider (ISP) a Campus Cruiser address MUS 121C and 121L MUS 161 Placement test is required. Students must own the instruments. An audition is required.
14 NET 125, NET 126, NET 225, and NET 226 NOS 110 NOS 120 and NOS 220 Students should expect to spend time outside of class working in the CISCO Lab to practice with CISCO equipment and/or finish assignments. Students must have access to the current version of Windows and Fedora Linux. Students will be required to write a research paper. Students should expect to spend time outside of class working in the Linux Lab OR to install a version of Linux at home to practice and/or finish assignments. OST 131 and OST 134 Kit 3 will be used for both OST 131 and OST 134. OST 136 and OST 236 OST 141 and OST 142 Students must have access to the correct version of Word. Students will receive a MyITLab code with the purchase of a new book. If they choose to purchase a used book, they must purchase the MyITLab code separately. Students must purchase an access code, which is required in order to complete all assignments, quizzes, and exams. If you buy a used book, you must purchase an access code as well. This is usually more expensive than buying the new text, bundled with an access code. Bundles are available in the College Bookstore. OST 223 A foot pedal is recommended and must be purchased separately. They run about $70. OST 233 Students must have access to the correct version of Publisher. OST 241 A foot pedal is recommended. They run about $70. OST 247 and OST 248 Require the purchase of coding books which can cost as much as $275. PED 110 PHY Courses POL Courses (Moore) Physical activity required. All Physics courses will require the submission of online homework. Online quizzes and exams are required.
15 PSY 150 (Online) PSY 150 (Snead) PSY 150 (Online White) PSY 150 (White) PSY 241 (Online White) PSY 241 (Snead) PSY 241 (White) SOC Courses SOC Courses (Lancaster) Proctored midterm and/or final exam may be required. For seated main campus classes, in addition to the required textbook, students must purchase either an i>clicker2 devise (available in the College Store) or download the i>clicker GO application. During Fall and Spring semesters, a group project and an individual project are required or participation in Service Learning; Service Learning is not offered during the Summer session. During Fall and Spring semesters, ten free writes and an individual project are required or participation in Service Learning; Service Learning is not offered during the Summer session. Quizzes and the midterm exam are taken online; all tests and the final exam are taken in the classroom. During Fall and Spring semesters, a group project and an individual project are required or participation in Service Learning; Service Learning is not offered during the Summer session. For seated main campus classes, in addition to the required textbook, students must purchase either an i>clicker2 devise (available in the College Store) or download the i>clicker GO application. During Fall and Spring semesters, a chapter facilitator project and an individual project are required or participation in Service Learning; Service Learning is not offered during the Summer session. Quizzes and the midterm exam are taken online; all tests and the final exam are taken in the classroom. Controversial subject matter may be discussed in class. Students will have weekly writing assignments as well as an individual project. Service Learning is offered during the Fall and Spring semesters.
16 SOC Courses (Weatherly) SOC 210 (White) SOC 210 (Williams) SOC 210 and SOC 213 (Heishman-Harpine) SOC 220 (Weatherly) SOC 240 (White) Required weekly writing assignments (1-3 typed pages) During Fall and Spring semesters, ten free writes and an individual project are required or participation in Service Learning; Service Learning is not offered during the Summer session. Quizzes and the midterm exam are taken online; all tests and the final exam are taken in the classroom. Online quizzes and assignments required. Writing assignments required throughout entire semester. All assignments are expected to be typed. Group activities utilized at least once during each chapter. Service Learning may be provided as an option in place of another assignment. Students may be asked to give an in-class presentation (individual and/or group). 2 assigned theoretical papers (3-4 typed pages) and a semester project Students must choose between facilitating a section of the textbook in class or Service Learning. Service Learning is not offered during the Summer session. Quizzes and the midterm exam are taken online; all tests and the final exam are taken in the classroom. SPA Courses **Spanish 111 will be using the 2 nd edition of Exploraciones beginning in the Fall 2015 semester. For Fall 2015, SPA 112 will continue with the 1 st edition of Exploraciones. In Spring 2016, all SPA 112 students will be expected to use the 2 nd edition of Exploraciones. It is strongly recommended to take the Placement Test in the Testing Center in BT 108. Students who take the placement test may complete their university language requirements in less time. Internet access is required. Most of the homework assignments will be submitted online. For most classes, students will also need a microphone and either a headset or speakers. There is a cultural component about the Hispanic world in every Spanish course. In SPA 111 and SPA 112 there is a strong emphasis on oral and written communication in
17 Spanish. In SPA 211, SPA 212 and SPA 231 most instruction and class activities are in the target language (Spanish). The 8 week condensed format, requires several hours of extra work at home per week. SPA 111 (Online) *Please note SPA 111 Online uses MySpanishLab and the Arriba 6 th edition book. This is a different textbook from the seated classes. This course will make serious demands on your computer system and skills. Students are required to complete a variety of assignments online each week including discussion boards, recorded video posts, oral and written activities, and oral interviews in Spanish. Successful students will have excellent study habits and good organizational skills. Students taking Spanish online are required to have the final exam proctored. Required materials: MySpanishLab access code reliable computer webcam sound card & speakers good quality computer microphone computer printer hi-speed modem (Cable or DSL) dependable Internet Service Provider (ISP) working address (students are required to use their Campus Cruiser ) SPA 111 and SPA 112 The books for SPA 111 and SPA 112, Exploraciones special custom editions for CCCC, are available exclusively in the campus bookstore. These courses require ILRN access which comes with the text packages purchased at the College Bookstore. Keep all contents inside the book. Internet access is required. Most homework assignments will be submitted online. For most classes, students will also need a microphone and either a headset or speakers. In SPA 111 and SPA 112 there is a strong emphasis on oral and written communication in Spanish. Note: Students who plan to take both SPA 111/112 within 18 months will save money by buying the Complete edition of Exploraciones
18 instead of the 2 custom volumes. SPA 120 SPA 211 and SPA 212 WEB 140 This course introduces the very basic, fundamental elements of the Spanish language and their application to the Medical Office. Upon completion, students should be able to communicate orally at a very elementary level with native Spanish speakers. Emphasis is placed on learning about the cultural similarities and differences between the Main Stream American Culture and the Hispanic/Latino Cultures. This course is mostly taught in English. There is no textbook or online homework requirement for this course. Spanish 211 and 212 have a new textbook, Más 2e with Connect Plus. In SPA 211 and SPA 212 most instruction and class activities are in the target language (Spanish). Requires Dreamweaver CC software. WEB 230 Download and install Microsoft SharePoint Designer It is free and we will use it in this course. Here is a link:
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