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1 Section I: General Odessa College Infmation 52 Commencement speaker Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Carol Keeton Strayhn congratulates OC graduate Armend Ademi.

2 CONTENTS Degrees and Instructional Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation 53 on your future at Odessa College! Degrees and Certificates Odessa College Transfer Ce Curriculum...54 Associate in Arts...55 Associate in Science...56 Associate in Arts in General Studies Associate in Arts in Teaching...59 Associate in Applied Science Certificate of Technology...62 Certificate of Completion...63 Award of Institutional Recognition...64 Key to SCANS Description...65 Guide to Course Abbreviations...66 Courses

3 Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation 54 TRANSFER CORE CURRICULUM Degrees and Instructional COMMUNICATION 9 hrs ENGL 1301, Composition & Rhetic, ENGL 1302, Composition & Literature, and SPAN 1411, First Year Spanish I, SPAN 1412, First Year Spanish II, SPCH 1311, Introduction to Speech Communication, SPCH 1315, Public Speaking, SPCH 1321, Business & Professional Speech SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE 3 hrs PYSC 2301, Introduction to Psychology, PSYC 2302, Applied Psychology, PSYC 2306, Human Sexuality, PSYC 2308, Child Psychology, PSYC 2314, Lifespan Growth and Development, SOCI 1301, Principles of Sociology, SOCI 2301, Sociology of the Family, SOCI 2306, Human Sexuality, ECON 2301, Principles of Macroeconomics, ECON 2302, Principles of Microeconomics HISTORY 6 hrs HIST 1301, United States Histy to 1877, HIST 1302, United States Histy From 1877, HIST 2301, Histy of Texas POLITICAL SCIENCE 6 hrs GOVT 2304, Introduction to Political Science GOVT 2305, Federal Government, GOVT 2306, Texas Government DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES In fulfi lling its commitment to provide a high quality educational program to the citizens of the Ect County area, Odessa College is authized by the state of Texas to provide instruction leading to a variety of degrees and certifi cates. The college also offers courses in some subject areas accounting, anthropology, earth science, economics, engineering, geography, philosophy, religion, etc. as an enhancement to the general education requirements f other disciplines. ODESSA COLLEGE TRANSFER CORE CURRICULUM Senate Bill 148 requires every institution of higher education to adopt a ce curriculum of no less than 42 semester credit hours and no me than 48 semester credit hours. The ce curriculum can be transferred in block to any Texas institution and substituted f the receiving institution s ce curriculum. MATHEMATICS 3-4 hrs MATH 1314, College Algebra, MATH 1316, Plane Trigonometry, MATH 1324, Mathematical Analysis f Business I, MATH 1325, Mathematical Analysis f Business II, MATH 1332, Structures of College Mathematics I, MATH 1342, Mathematical Statistics, MATH 1348, Analytic Geometry, MATH 2413, Calculus I, MATH 2414, Calculus II, MATH 2415, Calculus III SCIENCE 8 hrs Two of the following: BIOL 1406, General Biology I, BIOL 1407, General Biology II, BIOL 2401, Anatomy & Physiology I, BIOL 2402, Anatomy & Physiology II, BIOL 2420, Microbiology, CHEM 1311/1111, General Inganic Chemistry I/ Fundamentals of Chemistry Labaty I, and CHEM 1312/1112, General Inganic Chemistry II/Fundamentals of Chemistry Labaty II, GEOL 1403, Physical Geology, and GEOL 1404, Histical Geology, PHYS 1401, College Physics I, and PHYS 1402, College Physics II HUMANITIES 3 hrs ENGL 2322, Survey of British Literature I, ENGL 2323, Survey of British Literature II, ENGL 2327, Survey of American Literature I, ENGL 2328, Survey of American Literature II, ENGL 2332, Survey of Wld Literature I, ENGL 2333, Survey of Wld Literature II, HIST 1301, United States Histy to 1877*, HIST 1302, United States Histy From 1877*, HIST 2301, Histy of Texas*, HIST 2380, Mexican-American Histy PHIL 1301, Introduction to Philosophy I, SPAN 1411, First Year Spanish I**, SPAN 1412, First Year Spanish II** *If not used f Histy **If not used f Communications VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS 3 hrs ARTS 1301, Art Appreciation, MUSI 1306, Music Appreciation, COMM 1318, Basic Photography I, Any three semester hours in MUSI MUAP INSTITUTIONAL OPTION 5-6 hrs COSC 1301, Microcomputer Applications, COSC 1401, Microcomputer Applications and Two 1-hr Physical Education Activity Classes TOTAL HOURS 46 HRS

4 Associate in Arts The associate in arts degree is awarded to students who complete curriculum requirements of the first two years of study of a standard baccalaureate program, primarily in the liberal arts, fine arts business fields. Known as the A.A., the degree is not designed to provide students with specific vocational skills. The associate in arts is available in the following areas: Art Business Administration (leading to a B.B.A. in Accounting, Finance, Personnel, Management and Marketing) English Feign Language Human Services (Alcohol and Drug Abuse) Mass Communication (Broadcasting/Mass Communication Options) Music Psychology Sociology Social Science (Economics/Government/Histy Options) Speech REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE To qualify f the associate in arts degree (A.A.), students must complete the following requirements: English: ENGL 1301 and ENGL 1302 and six hours of sophome English.* Speech: Three semester hours. Feign Language Mathematics Science: One year (six to eight semester hours in same discipline).** Computer Science: A three-semester-hour minimum from COSC 1301, COSC 1401 ITSC Government: GOVT 2305 and Histy: HIST 1301 and (HIST 2301 may be substituted f either course). Pre-Professional Courses of Study In those areas classified as pre-professional dentistry, engineering, medicine, optometry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine students are advised to pursue the degree plan f the associate in science without a declared maj. Pre-law students should follow the general degree plan f the associate in arts. Courses not specifically required should be selected accding to the requirements of the institution that will eventually grant the degree. Physical Education: Two one-hour activity classes. Veterans who have one year active service credit may satisfy the PHED requirement by submitting a copy of Fm DD-214 to the Registrar s Office. A minimum of 63 semester hours. A minimum average of C (2.0) in all wk. Transfer students must also have an average of C (2.0) in all wk taken at Odessa College. A minimum of 15 semester hours of sophome courses, six semester hours of which must be in the same discipline. Either (1) a minimum of 30 semester hours completed at Odessa College (2) a minimum of 15 semester hours with at least 12 semester hours completed immediately pri to the granting of the degree. Students who are not exempt from the provisions of THEA must pass all three sections and have sces repted to Odessa College. Discharge of all financial obligations to Odessa College pri to graduation. *Business administration and music A.A. degrees require three hours of sophome English. **Music A.A. degree requires three hours of feign language, mathematics science. Residency Requirements: To receive an associate in arts degree, a student must meet one of the following residency options: Option 1: Complete a minimum of 30 semester credit hours at Odessa College; and, if the degree is in a technical vocational program, complete at least 12 semester hours in the maj field at Odessa College. Option 2: Complete a minimum of 15 semester credit hours at Odessa College, at least 12 of which must be the last hours taken befe the degree is granted; and, if the degree is in a technical vocational program, complete at least 12 semester hours in the maj field at Odessa College. Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation 55 ASSOCIATE IN ARTS

5 Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation Associate in Science The associate in science degree is awarded to students who complete curriculum requirements of the fi rst two years of study of a standard baccalaureate program, primarily in the fi elds of mathematics science. Known as the A.S., the degree is not designed to provide students with specifi c job skills. The associate in science is available in the following disciplines: Agriculture Biology Chemistry Computer Science Geology Mathematics Physical Education (Exercise and Spt Science/ Athletic Training Options) Physics Psychology Sociology Pre-Professional Courses of Study In those areas classifi ed as pre-professional dentistry, engineering, medicine, optometry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine students are advised to pursue the degree plan f the associate in science without a declared maj. Pre-law students should follow the general degree plan f the associate in arts. Courses not specifi cally required should be selected accding to the requirements of the institution that will eventually grant the degree. REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE: To qualify f the associate in science degree (A.S.), students must complete the following requirements: 56 ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE English: ENGL 1301 and 1302 and three hours of sophome English. Speech: Three semester hours. Government: GOVT 2305 and Histy: 1301 and (HIST 2301 may be substituted f either course). Mathematics: One year (six semester hours). Physical Education: Two one-hour activity classes. Veterans who have one year active service credit may satisfy the PHED requirement by submitting a copy of Fm DD-214 to the Registrar s Offi ce. Science: A minimum of 12 semester hours. Computer Science: A three-semester-hour minimum from COSC 1301, COSC 1401, ITSC 1401 AGRI A minimum of 63 semester hours. A minimum average of C (2.0) in all wk. Transfer students must also have an average of C (2.0) in all wk taken at Odessa College. A minimum of 15 semester hours of sophome courses, six semester hours of which must be in the same discipline. Either (1) a minimum of 30 semester hours completed at Odessa College (2) a minimum of 15 semester hours with at least 12 semester hours completed immediately pri to the granting of the degree. Students who are not exempt from the provisions of THEA must pass all three sections and have sces repted to Odessa College. Discharge of all fi nancial obligations to Odessa College pri to graduation. Residency Requirements: To receive an associate in science degree, a student must meet one of the following residency options: Option 1: Complete a minimum of 30 semester credit hours at Odessa College; and, if the degree is in a technical vocational program, complete at least 12 semester hours in the maj fi eld at Odessa College. Option 2: Complete a minimum of 15 semester credit hours at Odessa College, at least 12 of which must be the last hours taken befe the degree is granted; and, if the degree is in a technical vocational program, complete at least 12 semester hours in the maj fi eld at Odessa College.

6 Associate in Arts in General Studies The associate in arts in general studies degree, known as the A.A.G.S., is designed to allow the student to select from a wide range of courses that fulfill the requirement of a generalized education. This degree will have most, if not all, courses that will transfer to seni institutions. The student should check the requirements of the seni institution befe planning a course of study. See your counsel faculty advis f me infmation. REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS IN GENERAL STUDIES DEGREE: To qualify f the associate in arts in general studies degree (A.A.G.S.), students must complete the following requirements: A minimum of 64 semester hours and meet residency requirements. A minimum average of C (2.0) in all wk taken at Odessa College. A minimum of 15 semester hours of sophome courses. Students who are not THEA exempt must pass all three sections and have sces repted to Odessa College. Discharge of all financial obligations to Odessa College pri to graduation. COMMUNICATION at least 9 hrs ENGL 1301, Composition & Rhetic, ENGL 1302, Composition & Literature, and SPAN 1411, First Year Spanish I, SPAN 1412, First Year Spanish II, SPCH 1311, Introduction to Speech Communication, SPCH 1315, Public Speaking, SPCH 1321, Business & Professional Speech SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE at least 3 hrs PYSC 2301, Introduction to Psychology, PSYC 2302, Applied Psychology, PSYC 2306, Human Sexuality, PSYC 2308, Child Psychology, Complete the following requirements: Semester Hrs Communications*...9 Social/Behavial Sciences*...3 Mathematics*...3 Histy*...6 Political Science*...6 Science*...8 Humanities*...3 Visual & Perfming Arts*...3 Institutional Option*...5 Life Enrichment Electives*...18 Total Semester Hours Required...64 *See CATEGORIES Course Selection List f Associate in Arts in General Studies Degree that follows. CATEGORIES Course Selection List f Associate in Arts in General Studies Degree PSYC 2314, Lifespan Growth and Development, SOCI 1301, Principles of Sociology, SOCI 2301, Sociology of the Family, SOCI 2306, Human Sexuality, ECON 2301, Principles of Macroeconomics, ECON 2302, Principles of Microeconomics MATHEMATICS at least 3 hrs MATH 1314, College Algebra, MATH 1316, Plane Trigonometry, MATH 1324, Mathematical Analysis f Business I, MATH 1325, Mathematical Analysis f Business II, MATH 1332, Structures of College Mathematics I, MATH 1342, Mathematical Statistics, Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation 57 ASSOCIATE IN ARTS IN GENERAL STUDIES

7 Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation 58 ASSOCIATE IN ARTS IN GENERAL STUDIES MATH 1348, Analytic Geometry, MATH 2413, Calculus I, MATH 2414, Calculus II, MATH 2415, Calculus III HISTORY at least 6 hrs HIST 1301, United States Histy to 1877, HIST 1302, United States Histy From 1877, HIST 2301, Histy of Texas POLITICAL SCIENCE at least 6 hrs GOVT 2304, Introduction to Political Science GOVT 2305, Federal Government, GOVT 2306, Texas Government SCIENCE at least 8 hrs Two of the following: BIOL 1406, General Biology I, BIOL 1407, General Biology II, BIOL 2401, Anatomy & Physiology I, BIOL 2402, Anatomy & Physiology II, BIOL 2420, Microbiology CHEM 1311/1111, General Inganic Chemistry I/ Fundamentals of Chemistry Labaty I, and CHEM 1312/1112, General Inganic Chemistry II/Fundamentals of Chemistry Labaty II GEOL 1403, Physical Geology, and GEOL 1404, Histical Geology PHYS 1401, College Physics I, and PHYS 1402, College Physics II To receive an associate degree, a student must meet one of the following residency options: Option 1: Complete a minimum of 30 semester credit hours at Odessa College; and, if the degree is in a technical vocational program, complete at least 12 semester hours in the maj fi eld at Odessa College. Residency Requirements: HUMANITIES at least 3 hrs ENGL 2322, Survey of British Literature I, ENGL 2323, Survey of British Literature II, ENGL 2327, Survey of American Literature I, ENGL 2328, Survey of American Literature II, ENGL 2332, Survey of Wld Literature I, ENGL 2333, Survey of Wld Literature II, HIST 1301, United States Histy to 1877*, HIST 1302, United States Histy From 1877*, HIST 2301, Histy of Texas*, HIST 2380, Mexican-American Histy PHIL 1301, Introduction to Philosophy I, SPAN 1411, First Year Spanish I**, SPAN 1412, First Year Spanish II** * If not used f Histy ** If not used f Communications VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS at least 3 hrs ARTS 1301, Art Appreciation, MUSI 1306, Music Appreciation, COMM 1318, Basic Photography I Any three semester hours in MUSI MUAP INSTITUTIONAL OPTION at least 5 hrs COSC 1301, Microcomputer Applications, COSC 1401, Microcomputer Applications and Two 1-hr Physical Education Activity Classes LIFE ENRICHMENT ELECTIVES at least 18 hrs In addition to the courses required above, students may select from any college-level courses offered by Odessa College. The only limitation applies to physical education classes, and no me than four (4) one-hour activity classes may be counted toward the A.A.G.S. Students should exercise caution in the selection of elective courses to guarantee transferability of course wk. Option 2: Complete a minimum of 15 semester credit hours at Odessa College, at least 12 of which must be the last hours taken befe the degree is granted; and, if the degree is in a technical vocational program, complete at least 12 semester hours in the maj fi eld at Odessa College.

8 Associate in Arts in Teaching The associate in arts in teaching (AAT) degree is a Codinating Board-approved degree consisting of lowerdivision courses intended f transfer to baccalaureate programs leading to initial Texas teacher certification. There are three AAT curricula which require at least 64 semester credit (SCH) hours of coursewk. REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS IN TEACHING DEGREE: Ce Curriculum Requirements...46 ENGL 1301 Composition and Rhetic... 3 ENGL 1302 Composition and Literature... 3 SPCH 1315 Public Speaking SPCH 1321 Business and Professional Speech... 3 Social/Behavial Sciences... 3 MATH (College Algebra higher)... 3 HIST 1301 United States Histy to HIST 1302 United States Histy From GOVT 2305 Federal Government... 3 GOVT 2306 Texas Government... 3 Physical and Life Science (BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, PHYS)... 8 Humanities... 3 Visual Perfming Arts... 3 COSC 1301 Microcomputer Applications ( higher level)... 3 PHED (any two one-hour activity courses)... 2 Teacher Preparation Sequence Content Area Teaching Field Discipline Specific Requirements Total Semester Credit Hours...64 To qualify f an Associate in Arts in Teaching, students must also meet the following requirements: A minimum average of C (2.0) in all wk. Transfer students must also have an average of C (2.0) in all wk taken at Odessa College. A minimum of 15 semester hours of sophome courses, six semester hours of which must be in the same discipline. Students who are not exempt from the provisions of THEA must pass all three sections and have sces repted to Odessa College. Discharge of all financial obligations to Odessa College pri to graduation. Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation 59 ASSOCIATE IN ARTS IN TEACHING

9 Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation 60 ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE Associate in Applied Science The associate in applied science degree is awarded to students who complete the prescribed degree plan in a designated technical studies area. Known as the A.A.S., this degree is designed to provide students with comprehensive skills and knowledge in a specialized fi eld, with the goal of employment in that fi eld. While the degree is usually job iented, all A.A.S. degrees will have at least some, if not most, courses transfer to seni institutions through the general education requirements in the degree and/ inverted baccalaureate degree plans. The student should check the requirements of the seni institution befe planning a course of study. See your counsel faculty advis f me infmation. OC awards the A.A.S. degree in the following areas: Automotive Technology Building Construction Technology Child and Parent Development Computer Infmation Systems (PC Programming and Internet Development/ PC Suppt Specialist Options) Computer Netwk and Infmation Technology Cosmetology (Operat/Instruct Options) Culinary Arts (Culinary Arts/Food Service Management Options) Drafting Technology Electrical and Electronics Technology Emergency Medical Services Professional Fire Technology (Fire Technology/Fire Administration Options) Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Industrial Engines and Transptation Maintenance Technology Law Enfcement/Criminal Justice (Law Enfcement/Criminal Justice and Law Enfcement/Crections Options) Legal Assistant Machining Industrial Machinist Technology Maintenance Technology Management Nursing A.D.N. Occupational Safety and Health Technology Offi ce Systems Technology (Health Infmation/Offi ce Systems/Medical Emphasis/Legal Emphasis Options) Petroleum Technology Photography Physical Therapist Assistant Radiologic Technology Respiraty Therapy Welding Industrial Welding Technology REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE: The degree requirements are based on guidelines established by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Texas Higher Education Codinating Board. All degrees contain at least 20 semester hours of general education courses including at least one course from each of the following: humanities/fi ne arts, social/behavial sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics. Additional courses document graduates competencies in reading, writing, al communications, fundamental mathematical skills, and the basic use of computers. To qualify f the associate in applied science, students must complete all of the following: English: ENGL 1301 ENGL 1312 as specifi ed in each program. Speech: SPCH 1315 SPCH 1321 as specifi ed in each program. Social/Behavial Sciences: At least three hours from government, histy, economics, psychology sociology unless specifi ed by the program. Computer Science: COSC 1301, COSC 1401 ITSC 1401 as specifi ed in each program. Mathematics: At least three hours from mathematics (MATH 1314, MATH 1316, MATH 1324, MATH 1325, MATH 1332, MATH 1333, MATH 1342, MATH 1348 MATH 1442). Physical Education: At least one one-hour activity classes as specifi ed in each program. Veterans who have one year active service credit may satisfy the PHED requirement by submitting a copy of Fm DD-214 to the Registrar s Offi ce. Humanities/Fine Arts: At least three hours from art, Bible, mass communication (COMM 1316, COMM 1318 COMM 1319), English (except ENGL 1301, ENGL 1312 ENGL 2311), histy, any feign language (except SPAN 1300), music,

10 sces repted to Odessa College. Discharge of all financial obligations to Odessa College pri to graduation. Residency Requirements: To receive an associate degree, a student must meet one of the following residency options: Option 1: Complete a minimum of 30 semester credit hours at Odessa College; and, if the degree is in a technical vocational program, complete at least 12 semester hours in the maj field at Odessa College. Option 2: Complete a minimum of 15 semester credit hours at Odessa College, at least 12 of which must be the last hours taken befe the degree is granted; and, if the degree is in a technical vocational program, complete at least 12 semester hours in the maj field at Odessa College. I: General College Infmation Section II: Degrees Odessa and Instructional philosophy photography unless specified by the program. Science: As specified in each program. Maj concentration and electives: As specified in each program. A minimum of 63 semester hours. A minimum average of C (2.0) in all wk. Transfer students must also have an average of C (2.0) in all wk taken at Odessa College. A minimum of 15 semester hours of sophome courses, six semester hours of which must be in the same discipline. Either (1) a minimum of 30 semester hours completed at Odessa College (2) a minimum of 15 semester hours with at least 12 semester hours completed immediately pri to the granting of the degree. A minimum of 12 semester hours in the maj field must be completed at Odessa College. Students who are not exempt from the provisions of THEA not in a THEA-waived certificate program must pass all three sections and have 61 ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

11 Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation 62 CERTIFICATE OF TECHNOLOGY Certificate of Technology In the technology fi elds, it is not uncommon f a student to want to learn the skills necessary f employment without earning the A.A.S. To indicate both completion and technical competency, OC awards a certifi cate of technology in the following fi elds (refer to individual departmental sections f specifi c course and semester hour requirements): Air Conditioning HVAC Technician (Basic/ Intermediate Options) Sheet Metal Technician Commercial Refrigeration Maintenance Technician Plumbing, Air Conditioning and Electrical Academy Technician (PACE) Basic Plumbing Technician Automotive Technology Automotive Technician Drive Train Specialist Electrical and Electronic Specialist Service Manager Building Construction Technology Basic Carpenter Helper Basic/Intermediate Construction Technician Basic Cabinetmaker Technician Construction Estimat Computer Infmation Systems PC Suppt Specialist (Beginning/ Intermediate Options) PC Programming and Internet Development (Entry Level/ Intermediate Options) Computer Netwk and Infmation Technology Entry Netwk Technician Intermediate Netwk Technician Advanced Netwk Technician Drafting Technology Architectural Detailer Machine Drafting Detailer Structural Drafting Detailer Pipe Drafting Detailer Technical Illustrat Electrical/Electronics Technology (Technician/Advanced Technician Options) Fire Technology (Basic/Advanced Options) Industrial Engines and Transptation Maintenance Technology Caterpillar Engine Specialist Diesel Technician Service Manager Transptation Maintenance Specialist Machining Industrial Machinist Technology Machinist Machine Shop Feman Computerized Numerical Control Programmer Milling Machine Operat Engine Lathe Operat Management General Management Small Business Industrial Supervision Leadership Management Advanced Skills REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATES OF TECHNOLOGY Occupational Safety and Health Technology Offi ce Systems Technology Accounting Technician Offi ce Clerk Offi ce Assistant Offi ce Management Specialist Legal Offi ce Clerk Legal Offi ce Assistant Legal Offi ce Technology Specialist Medical Coding Medical Transcription Medical Offi ce Clerk Medical Offi ce Assistant Medical Offi ce Technology Specialist Petroleum Technology Well Head Pumper Gas Compress Operat Gas Plant Operat Refi nery Panel Operat Crosion Technician Welding Industrial Welding Technology Certifi ed Welder General Welder Pipe Welder Lead Welding Machine Operat Fitter Welder Certifi cates of technology are awarded f completion of program requirements with a minimum average of C (2.0) in all wk in certain occupational and technical curricula as prescribed in the Odessa College catalog as approved by the respective division dean. To receive a certifi cate of technology, a student must meet the following requirements: Over 50 percent of the total certifi cate hours must have been completed in residence at Odessa College. Also, over 50 percent of the technical/vocational program courses required f the certifi cate must have been completed in residence at Odessa College. Students who are not exempt from the provisions of THEA not in a THEA-waived certifi cate program must pass all three sections and have sces repted to Odessa College. Discharge of all fi nancial obligations to Odessa College pri to graduation. Veterans who have one year active service credit may satisfy PHED requirement, if any, by submitting a copy of Fm DD-214 to the Registrar s Offi ce.

12 Certificate of Completion The certificate of completion is given by Odessa College after completion of a designated course of study that concentrates on specific job skills, licensure requirements subject matter mastery. OC awards a certificate of completion in the following vocational fields (refer to individual departmental sections f specific course and semester hour requirements): Child and Parent Development Child Care/Preschool Assistant Teacher Child Development Associate (CDA) Child Care Management Child Care Aide Cosmetology Instruct Operat Culinary Arts Food Production Cook Emergency Medical Services Professional Basic/Intermediate Emergency Medical Technician Emergency Medical Services Professional Paramedic Law Enfcement/Criminal Justice County Crectional Officer Emergency Telecommunications/ Dispatcher Basic Law Enfcement Academy Legal Assistant (Legal Assistant/Advanced Legal Assistant Options) Nursing Vocational Photography Photo Lab Assistant Digital Imaging Assistant Ptrait Studio Assistant REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION Certificates of completion are awarded f completion of program requirements with a minimum average of C (2.0) in all wk in certain occupational and technical curricula that concentrate on a specific job skill, licensure requirement subject matter mastery as prescribed in the Odessa College Catalog as approved by the respective division dean. Check with the respective program department chair f infmation on these certificates. To receive a certificate of completion, a student must meet the following requirements: Over 50 percent of the total certificate hours must have been completed in residence at Odessa College. Also, over 50 percent of the technical/vocational program courses required f the certificate must have been completed in residence at Odessa College. Students who are not exempt from the provisions of THEA not in a THEA-waived certificate program must pass all three sections and have sces repted to Odessa College. Discharge of all financial obligations to Odessa College pri to graduation. Veterans who have one year active service credit may satisfy PHED requirement, if any, by submitting a copy of Fm DD-214 to the Registrar s Office. Section II: I: Degrees General and Odessa Instructional College Infmation n CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION 63

13 I: General College Infmation Section II: Degrees Odessa and Instructional 64 Award of Institutional Recognition Awards of institutional recognition that consist of 15 fewer semester credit hours may be given in certain technical vocational programs. To be eligible f an institutional award of recognition, the student must complete all courses required f that award in residence at Odessa College. AWARD OF INSTITUTIONAL RECOGNITION

14 Key To SCANS Description SCANS Numbers The wd SCANS comes from the U.S. Department of Lab s Secretary s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills. The numbers found in the Odessa College course descriptions refer to the list of 11 skill areas below. Three of the 11 skill areas refer to the foundation skills of reading, writing and mathematics. The other eight areas refer to wkplace skills which are basic to the development of courses. The OC faculty have evaluated all of their courses and written the following course descriptions, keyed to SCANS. (SCANS 1-3 = FOUNDATION SKILLS) 1. READING 2. WRITING 3. MATHEMATICS (SCANS 4-11 = WORKPLACE SKILLS) 4. RESOURCE USE AND DEVELOPMENT (such as time, materials, money, and facilities) 5. INTERPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT (such as wking as member of a team, serving clients and customers, negotiation, leadership, and wking with diversity) 6. INFORMATION SKILLS (such as acquiring, evaluating, ganizing, maintaining, interpreting, communicating, and using computers to process infmation) 7. SYSTEMS AND OTHER COMPLEX INTERRELATIONSHIPS (such as understanding ganizational systems, wking within social and technological groups, distinguishing and improving the systems design) 8. SELECTING, APPLYING, AND MAINTAINING A VARIETY OF TECHNOLOGIES 9. CREATIVE THINKING, PROBLEM SOLVING, AND DECISION MAKING 10. DEVELOPING PERSONAL QUALITIES (such as responsibility, self-esteem, sociability, selfmanagement, integrity and honesty) Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation KEY TO SCANS DESCRIPTION LISTENING AND SPEAKING NOTE: Students enrolling in courses with a SCANS rating of 1, 2 3 should have a competency at the high school diploma equivalency level satisfacty placement sce on an appropriate placement exam. Dual enrollment and early admission students in high school must have the approval of their high school principal designee. Additional course prerequisites/ cequisites may be found at the end of each course description.

15 Section II: I: General Degrees Odessa and Instructional College Infmation 66 GUIDE TO COURSE ABBREVIATIONS Guide to Course Abbreviations ACCT... see Business Administration ACNT...see Offi ce Systems Technology AGRI... see Agriculture ANTH...see Geology/Anthropology/Geography ARTS... see Art AUMT... see Automotive Technology BIBL... see Social Sciences BIOL...see Biology BMGT...see Management BUSG...see Management BUSI... see Business Administration CBFM... see Air Conditioning/Maintenance Tech CDEC...see Child/Parent Development/Tech Prep CETT... see Electrical/Electronics Technology CHEF...see Culinary Arts CHEM... see Chemistry CJCR...see Law Enfcement/Criminal Justice CJLE...see Law Enfcement/Criminal Justice CJSA...see Law Enfcement/Criminal Justice CNBT...see Building Construction Technology COMM...see Mass Communication COSC...see Computer Science CRIJ...see Law Enfcement/Criminal Justice CSME...see Cosmetology DAAC... see Human Services DEMR...see Industrial Engines and Transptation Technology DFTG... see Drafting Technology ECON... see Social Sciences EEIR... see Electrical/Electronics Technology ELMT... see Electrical/Electronics Technology ELPT... see Electrical/Electronics Technology EMSP...see Emergency Medical Services ENGL...see English and Feign Languages ENGR... see Engineering EPCT...see Occupational Safety and Health FIRS... see Fire Technology FIRT... see Fire Technology FREN...see English and Feign Languages GEOG...see Geology/Anthropology/Geography GEOL...see Geology/Anthropology/Geography GERM...see English and Feign Languages GOVT... see Social Sciences HART... see Air Conditioning/Maintenance Tech HITT...see Offi ce Systems Technology HIST... see Social Sciences HPRS...see Biology HRPO... see Automotive Technology/Industrial Engines and Transptation Technology/Management IEIR... see Electrical/Electronics Technology IMED...see Management INMT... see Machining INSR...see Management ITMC... see Computer Netwk/Infmation ITNW...see Computer Infmation Systems ITNW... see Computer Netwk/Infmation ITSC...see Computer Infmation Systems ITSC... see Computer Netwk/Infmation ITSC...see Offi ce Systems Technology ITSE...see Computer Infmation Systems ITSE... see Computer Netwk/Infmation ITSW...see Computer Infmation Systems ITSW... see Computer Netwk/Infmation ITSW...see Offi ce Systems Technology LATI...see English and Feign Languages LGLA... see Legal Assistant LGMT...see Management MATH... see Mathematics MCHN... see Machining METL...see Petroleum Technology MRKG...see Management MUAP... see Music MUSI... see Music ORIE...see Orientation OSHT...see Occupational Safety/Health PFPB... see Air Conditioning/Maintenance Tech PHED...see Physical and Health Education PHIL... see Social Sciences PHTC... see Photography PHYS... see Physics POFI...see Offi ce Systems Technology POFL...see Offi ce Systems Technology POFM...see Offi ce Systems Technology POFT...see Offi ce Systems Technology PSTR...see Culinary Arts PSYC... see Psychology and Sociology PTHA... see Physical Therapist Assistant PTRT...see Petroleum Technology QCTC...see Occupational Safety and Health RADR... see Radiologic (X-ray) Technology READ... see Reading RNSG...see Nursing A.D.N. RSPT... see Respiraty Care RSTO...see Culinary Arts SOCI... see Psychology and Sociology SPAN...see English and Feign Languages SPCH... see Speech VNSG... see Nursing Vocational WDWK...see Building Construction Technology WLDG...see Welding

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