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1 Table of Contents Catalog Home Spring Johnson County Community College Accreditation Nondiscrimination Accessibility Degree Requirements Associate of Applied Science Associate of Arts Associate of General Studies Associate of Science Statement of General Education Degrees and Certificates Accounting Accounting, A.A.S Administration of Justice/Law Enforcement Administration of Justice, A.A Police Academy Certificate Animation Animation-Entertainment and Game Art Design, A.A.S Automotive Technology Automotive Technology, A.A.S Biotechonology Biotechnology Certificate Biotechnology, A.A.S Biotechnology, A.S Business Administration Business Administration, A.A.S Supervision Management Certificate Business Logistics Management Business Logistics Management, A.A.S Business Office Technology Administrative Assistant with Legal Emphasis, A.A.S Administrative Assistant with Medical Emphasis, A.A.S Administrative Assistant, A.A.S Administrative Support Specialist Certificate Legal Administrative Assistant Certificate Medical Office Assistant Certificate Office Careers Certificate Computer Information Systems... 57

2 Computer Information Systems, A.A.S Computer Information Systems-Software Developer Certificate Database Certificate Desktop Publishing Applications Specialist Certificate Information Systems Technology, A.S Microcomputer Programmer Analyst Certificate Personal Computer Applications Specialist Certificate Web Applications Specialist Certificate Web Developer Certificate Construction Management Construction Management Certificate Construction Management Technology, AAS Cosmetology Cosmetology Certificate Cosmetology Instructor Training Certificate Cosmetology, A.A.S Esthetics Certificate Nail Technology Certificate Dental Hygiene Dental Hygiene, A.A.S Drafting Technology Computer Aided Drafting Certificate Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology, A.A.S Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education Certificate Early Childhood Education, A.S Electives Business Plan Certificate Communication Skills Requirements for Associate of General Studies Communications Associate of Applied Science Communications Associate of Science Communications Requirements for Associate of Arts Communications, Science or Mathematics Associate of Applied Science Computer Skills Associate of General Studies Cultural Diversity Courses Associate of Arts Culture and Ethics Associate of General Studies Global Issues/Diversity Associate of General Studies Health and/or Physical Education Associate of Applied Science Health and/or Physical Education Associate of Arts Health and/or Physical Education Associate of General Studies Health and/or Physical Education Associate of Science Humanities Associate of Applied Science... 87

3 Humanities Associate of Arts Humanities Associate of Science Mathematics Associate of General Studies Modes of Inquiry Associate of General Studies Science and Mathematics Associate of Arts Science and Mathematics Associate of Science Science and/or Mathematics Associate of Applied Science Science and/or Mathematics Associate of Applied Science Social Science/Economics AAS Social Science/Economics Associate of Arts Social Science/Economics Associate of Science The Arts Associate of General Studies Electrical Technology Commercial Electrical Design Certificate Commercial Wiring Certificate Electrical Technology Certificate Electrical Technology, A.A.S Industrial Electrical Wiring Certificate Residential Electrical Design Certificate Residential Wiring Certificate Electronics Technology Electronics Technology, A.A.S Industrial Controls Certificate Microcomputer Technical Support Certificate Smart House Technology Integrator Certificate Emergency Medical Science (EMS) Emergency Medical Science, A.A.S Emergency Medical Technician Certificate Mobile Intensive Care Technician Certificate Energy Performance & Resource Management Energy Auditing Technican-Residential Certificate Energy Performance & Resource Management-Residential Auditing, A.A.S Entrepreneurship Business Plan Certificate Direct Sales Certificate Entrepreneurship Certificate Entrepreneurship, A.A.S Family Business Certificate Franchising Certificate Fashion Merchandising and Design Alteration Advanced Certificate Fashion Design, A.A.S

4 Fashion Merchandising, A.A.S Visual Merchandising Certificate Fire Services Administration Fire Services Administration Certificate Fire Services Administration, A.A Game Game Development, A.A.S General Sciences General Sciences, A.S General Studies General Studies, A.G.S Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems Certificate Graphic Design Graphic Design, A.A.S Health Care Interpreting Health Care Interpreting Certificate Health Information Systems Associate of Applied Science with Emphasis in Health Information Systems Health Information Systems Implementation and Support Specialist Certificate Health Information Systems Workflow Management and Training Specialist Certificate Health Information Technology Health Information Technology, A.A.S Health Occupations Certified Medication Aide Certificate Certified Medication Aide Update Certificate Certified Nurse Aide Certificate Certified Nurse Aide Refresher Certificate Dental Assisting Certificate Dental Assisting, A.A.S Home Health Aide Certificate IV Therapy for LPNs Certificate Occupational Therapy Assistant, AAS Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S Radiologic Technology, A.A.S Surgical Technology Certificate Surgical Technology, A.A.S Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology General Basic HVAC Certificate General Basic HVAC Installation and Duct Fabrication Certification General Basic HVAC Maintenance Certificate General Basic HVAC Sales, Design and Estimating Certification

5 HVAC Commercial Service Technician Certificate HVAC Commercial Service Technician, A.A.S HVAC Installation Technician Certificate HVAC Residential Service Technician Certificate HVAC Residential Service Technician, A.A.S Horticulture Horticultural Sciences Certificate Horticultural Sciences, A.A.S Landscape Technician Certificate Sustainable Agriculture Entrepreneurship Certificate Hospitality Management Chef Apprenticeship, A.A.S Dietary Manager Certificate Food and Beverage Certificate Food and Beverage Management, A.A.S Hotel & Lodging Management, A.A.S Pastry/Baking Certificate Industrial Maintenance Industrial Maintenance Certificate Industrial Maintenance, A.A.S Information Technology Information Technology - Networking, A.A.S Interactive Media Interactive Media Certificate Interactive Media, A.A.S Interior Design Decorating Certificate Floral Design Certificate Interior Design Advanced Certificate Interior Design Retail Sales/Manufacturing Rep Certificate Interior Design, A.A.S Interior Design: Kitchen and Bath, AAS Interior Design Marketing & Management, AAS Interior Design Sales Certificate Interior Entrepreneurship, A.A.S Interior Merchandising, A.A.S Interior Staging Certificate Interpreter Training American Sign Language Studies Certificate Interpreter Training, A.A.S Land Surveying Land Surveying Certificate

6 Land Surveying, A.A.S Legal Interpreting Legal Interpreting Certificate Legal Studies Legal Nurse Consultant Certificate Paralegal Certificate Paralegal, A.A Liberal Arts Liberal Arts, A.A MCC Prog (Academic Bridges to Learning Effectiveness) (ABLE) Academic Bridges to Learning Effectiveness (ABLE) Marketing and Management Marketing and Management, A.A.S Retail Sales Representative Certificate Sales and Customer Relations Certificate Medical Information and Resource Management Medical Information and Revenue Management Medical Coding Specialist Certificate Health Care Documentation and Transcription Specialist Certificate Medical Coding Specialist Certificate Metal Fabrication/Welding General Basic Welding Certificate Introduction to Manufacturing Certificate Metal Fabrication/Welding Certificate Metal Fabrication/Welding Technology, A.A.S Nursing Nursing - Registered Nurse, A.A.S Practical Nursing Certificate Polysomnography/Sleep Technology Polysomnography/Sleep Technology, A.A.S Railroad Electronics Railroad Electronics Certificate Railroad Electronics, A.A.S Railroad Industrial Technology Railroad Structural Welding Certificate Railroad Track Welding Certificate Railroad Operations Locomotive Electrical Certificate Locomotive Mechanical Certificate Railroad Conductor Certificate Railroad Freight Car Certificate Railroad Operations - Conductor Option, A.A.S

7 Railroad Operations - General Option, A.A.S Railroad Operations- Mechanical Option, A.A.S Railroad Operations- Welding Option, A.A.S Railroad Signal Certificate Recording Arts Recording Arts Certificate Respiratory Care Respiratory Care, A.A.S Solar Technology Solar Technician Certificate Solar Technologies, A.A.S Veterinary Technology Veterinary Technology, A.A.S Web Technologies Web Technologies, A.A.S Credit Course Descriptions (Spring 2014) Academic Achievement Center (AAC) Accounting (ACCT) Administration of Justice (ADMJ) American Sign Language (ASL) Animation (ANI) Anthropology (ANTH) Architecture (ARCH) Art (ART) Art History (ARTH) Astronomy (ASTR) Automotive Technology (AUTO) Biology (BIOL) Biotechnology (BIOT) Business (BUS) Business Office Technology (BOT) Chemistry (CHEM) Civil Engineering Technology (CET) Computer Desktop Publishing (CDTP) Computer Digital Image Editing (CDIE) Computer Information Systems (CIS) Computer Personal Computer App (CPCA) Computer Science (CS) Computer Web (CWEB) Cosmetology (AVCO) Cosmetology - Esthetics (CO) Dental Hygiene (DHYG)

8 Dietary Managers (DIET) Drafting/CAD/AutoCAD (DRAF) Economics (ECON) Education and Early Childhood (EDUC) Electrical Technology (ELTE) Electronics (ELEC) Emergency Medical Science/MICT (EMS) Energy Perform & Resource Mgmt (EPRM) Engineering (ENGR) English (ENGL) English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Entrepreneurship (ENTR) Fashion Merchandising/Design (FASH) Fire Services Administration (FIRE) Floriculture (FLR) Foreign Language (FL) Game Development (GAME) Geoscience (GEOS) Global & International Studies (GIST) Graphic Design (GDES) Health Care (HC) Health Care Info Systems (HCIS) Health Care Interpreting (HCI) Health Occupations (AVHO) Heating,Vent.,Air Conditioning (HVAC) History (HIST) Home Economics (HMEC) Honors Program (HON) Horticulture (HORT) Hospitality Management (HMGT) Hospitality Mgt Pastry Baking (HMPB) Humanities (HUM) Industrial Technology (INDT) Information Technology (IT) Interactive Media (CIM) Interior Design (ITMD) International Studies Abroad (ISAP) Interpreter Training (INTR) Journalism/Media Communication (JOUR) Leadership (LEAD) Learning Communities (LCOM) Learning Strategies (LS)

9 Legal Interpreting (LI) Legal Studies (LAW) Library (LIBR) Marketing Management (MKT) Mathematics (MATH) Med Info & Revenue Management (MIRM) Metal Fabrication and Welding (MFAB) Music (MUS) Nursing (NURS) Philosophy (PHIL) Photography (PHOT) Physical Ed, Health & Rec (HPER) Physical Science (PSCI) Physics (PHYS) Political Science (POLS) Polysomnography/Sleep Tech (PSG) Practical Nursing (PN) Psychology (PSYC) Railroad Conductor (RRTC) Railroad Electronics (RREL) Railroad Industrial Technology (RRIT) Railroad Operations (RRT) Railroad Operations-Mechanical (RRTM) Reading (RDG) Religion (REL) Respiratory Care (RC) Science (SCI) Sociology (SOC) Speech/Debate (SPD) Theater (THEA) Women and Gender Studies (WGS) Faculty and Staff Index

10 10 Catalog Home Catalog Home JCCC offers a wide variety of degrees and certificates that provide students the opportunity to prepare for specific careers and enter the job market directly. Several of the career programs allow students to gain valuable work experience in the field while taking the career program courses. Credit Catalog Credit - earn a degree or certificate. Take these classes to earn a grade that will go on your college transcript. Spring 2015 (p. 11) Fall 2014 ( Past Catalogs ( Course Transfer and Reverse Transfer Course Transfer: There is a growing list of courses approved by the Kansas Board of Regents for guaranteed transfer among all Kansas public postsecondary institutions. Visit the Kansas Board of Regents ( for more information. Reverse Transfer: Students who transfer to a Kansas public university from a Kansas public community college or technical college (or vice versa) are eligible for Reverse Transfer, which allows for the attainment of any associate degree for which one is eligible along the way to additional certificates and degrees. Visit the Kansas Board of Regents ( for more information. Continuing Education Continuing Education Certificates ( - Enhance your knowledge and skills to prepare for a new career, advance to the next level, or boost performance and productivity. These certificates are non-credit and are not counted as credit hours on a student s transcript. Nondiscrimination Statement ( Accessibility Information (

11 Johnson County Community College 11 Spring 2015 JCCC offers a wide variety of degrees and certificates that provide students the opportunity to prepare for specific careers and enter the job market directly. Several of the career programs allow students to gain valuable work experience in the field while taking the career program courses. A General Studies degree is also available. This degree does not require an academic major or an emphasis in a specific career program. Students interested in any degree or certificate should contact a JCCC counselor or a career department office for more information and assistance with entrance requirements, course selection and sequence, and job or transfer possibilities. Specialized and Program-level Accreditation Johnson County Community College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association ( (312) (see also Academic Quality Improvement Program ( aqip) [AQIP]). In addition, individual programs are accredited by associated professional organizations: Accounting, Business Office Technology, Business Entrepreneurship, Business Administration and Marketing and Management, and Paralegal - Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs College Now - National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships Dental Hygiene - American Dental Association Dietary Manager Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals Early Childhood Education - National Association for the Education of Young Children Fire Service Administration - International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) Hospitality Food and Beverage and Chef Apprentice - American Culinary Federation Interior Design National Kitchen and Bath Association Mobile Intensive Care Technician - Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP) Nursing - Kansas State Board of Nursing and Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. Paralegal - Approved by the American Bar Association Police Academy - University of Kansas Polysomnography - Committee on Accreditation for Polysomnographic Technologist Education (CoAPSG) Practical Nursing - Approved by the Kansas State Board of Nursing Respiratory Care - Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) Nondiscrimination Johnson County Community College is a place where freedom of expression and civility are encouraged. In valuing diversity, the college recognizes the individual differences based on unique ethnic, cultural, gender and political backgrounds, and the differences represented by staff in age, education and physical ability. In a diverse environment, it becomes the responsibility of each employee to respect these individual differences and to refrain from imposing personal viewpoints on other staff or students. All personnel policies of the Johnson County Community College shall be applied without regard to a person's race, color, age, sex, religion, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation or other factors which cannot be lawfully considered, to the extent specified by applicable federal and state laws. Johnson County Community College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, disability, age, religion, marital status, veteran's status, sexual orientation, or other factors that cannot be lawfully considered in its programs and activities as required by all applicable laws and regulations. Inquiries concerning the college's compliance with its non-discrimination policies may be referred to the Dean of Student Services or Director of Human Resources, Johnson County Community College, College Blvd, Overland Park, KS 66210, ; or to Office for Civil Rights, 8930 Ward Parkway, Suite 2037, Kansas City, MO 64114, Ethics Report Line ( A resource for college employees to report ethical issues in confidence. College Policies ( A detailed list of policies approved by the JCCC board of trustees. Accessibility JCCC provides a range of services to allow persons with disabilities to participate in educational programs and activities.

12 12 Degree Requirements If you desire support services, contact the office of Access Services for Students with Disabilities , ext. 3521, TDD or The Access Services office is located in the Success Center on the second floor of the Student Center. Access Services ( - services for students with disabilities. Website Accessibility ( - Web publishing guidelines and accessibility at JCCC. Degree Requirements JCCC offers four general education degrees. Each type has specific courses required to fulfill the requirements for earning the degree. Associate of Arts (p. 16) Associate of Science (p. 27) Associate of Applied Science (p. 12) Associate of General Studies (p. 21) Students in all degree and certificate programs must also meet the standard JCCC Graduation Requirements ( requirements.html). For information on how to participate in the JCCC graduation ceremony, please see Commencement ( degreerequirements/%20http:// Associate of Applied Science The associate of applied science degree from JCCC is designed with an emphasis in a specific career program. requires completion of a minimum of 64 college-level credit hours within specified course distribution areas, including emphasis of study, with a 2.0 GPA. The credit hours necessary to complete the associate of applied science degree include 16 credits of general education requirements plus the courses listed for the specific career program. At a minimum, the distribution must include: General Education Area Communications Associate of Applied Science (p. 12) 3 These courses fulfill the communications requirements for the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Communications ENGL 121 Composition I* 3 If your specific degree program requires a communications elective, choose three hours from the following: ENGL 122 Composition II* 3 ENGL 123 Technical Writing I* 3 ENGL 140 Writing for Interactive Media* 3 BUS 150 Business Communications* 3 SPD 120 Interpersonal Communication 3 SPD 121 Public Speaking 3 SPD 125 Personal Communication 3 SPD 180 Intercultural Communication 3 Total Program Hours: 3 Credit Hours Humanities Associate of Applied Science (p. 12) 3 These courses fulfill the humanities requirements for the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. One course from any of the following categories may count toward the three required hours. A. Literature/Theater ENGL 130 Introduction to Literature* 3 ENGL 215 U.S. Latino and Latina Literature* 3 ENGL 217 Literature by Women* 3 ENGL 227 Introduction to Poetry* 3 ENGL 230 Introduction to Fiction* 3

13 Johnson County Community College 13 ENGL 235 Drama as Literature* 3 ENGL 246 American Literature I* 3 ENGL 247 American Literature II* 3 ENGL 250 World Masterpieces* 3 ENGL 254 Masterpieces of the Cinema* 3 THEA 120 Introduction to Theater 3 B. Foreign Language FL 178 Intermediate Russian I* 3 FL 179 Intermediate Russian II* 3 FL 182 Intermediate Japanese I* 5 FL 192 Intermediate Chinese I* 3 FL 193 Intermediate Chinese II* 3 FL 195 Intermediate Arabic I* 3 FL 220 Intermediate German I* 3 FL 221 Intermediate German II* 3 FL 230 Intermediate Spanish I* 3 FL 231 Intermediate Spanish II* 3 FL 240 Intermediate French I* 3 FL 241 Intermediate French II* 3 C. History HIST 125 Western Civilization: Readings and Discussion I 3 HIST 126 Western Civilization: Readings and Discussion II 3 HIST 128 Medieval History 3 HIST 129 Early Modern Europe HIST 130 European History Since HIST 135 Eastern Civilization 3 HIST 137 African American Studies 3 HIST 140 U.S. History to HIST 141 U.S. History Since HIST 151 World History I: Traditional World 3 HIST 152 World History II: Modern World 3 HIST 160 Modern Russian History 3 HIST 162 Modern Latin America 3 D. Humanities ARTH 180 Art History: Ancient to Renaissance 3 ARTH 182 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3 ARTH 184 Art History: Twentieth Century 3 ARTH 188 History of Photography 3 HUM 122 Introduction to Humanities 3 HUM 145 Introduction to World Humanities I 3 HUM 146 Introduction to World Humanities II 3 HUM 155 Classical Mythology 3 HUM 156 Contemporary Approaches to World Mythology 3 HUM 165 Introduction to Chinese Culture 3 HUM 167 Introduction to Japanese Culture 3 JOUR 120 Mass Media and Society 3 MUS 121 Introduction to Music Listening 3 MUS 125 Introduction to Jazz Listening 3 MUS 126 Introduction to World Music 3 REL 120 Exploring World Religions 3 REL 125 Religions of the East 3 REL 126 Religions of the West 3

14 14 Associate of Applied Science E. Philosophy PHIL 121 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 124 Logic and Critical Thinking 3 PHIL 143 Ethics 3 PHIL 154 History of Ancient Philosophy 3 PHIL 176 Philosophy of Religion 3 Total Program Hours 3 Social Science/Economics Associate of Applied Science (p. 12) 3 These courses fulfill the social science/economics requirements for the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. One course from any of the following categories may count toward the three required hours. A. Anthropology ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 126 Physical Anthropology 3 ANTH 130 World Cultures 3 ANTH 142 World Prehistory 3 B. Economics ECON 132 Survey of Economics 3 ECON 230 Economics I 3 ECON 231 Economics II 3 C. Political Science POLS 122 Political Science 3 POLS 124 American National Government 3 POLS 126 State and Local Government 3 POLS 132 Introduction to Comparative Government 3 POLS 135 International Relations 3 D. Psychology PSYC 121 Applied Psychology 3 PSYC 130 Introduction to Psychology 3 E. Sociology SOC 122 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 125 Social Problems 3 SOC 131 Sociology of Families 3 F. Gender and Ethnic Studies WGS 201 Global Women's Studies 3 Total Program Hours 3 Science and/or Mathematics Associate of Applied Science (p. 12) 3 These courses fulfill the science and mathematics requirements for the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. A. Mathematics MATH 116 Intermediate Algebra* 3 MATH 118 Geometry* 3 MATH 120 Business Mathematics* 3 MATH 130 Technical Mathematics I* 3 MATH 131 Technical Mathematics II* 3 MATH 165 Finite Mathematics* 3 MATH 171 College Algebra* 3 MATH 172 Trigonometry* 3 MATH 173 Precalculus* 5 MATH 175 Discrete Mathematics and its Applications* 3 MATH 181 Statistics* 3

15 Johnson County Community College 15 MATH 225 Mathematics as a Decision Making Tool* 3 MATH 231 Business and Applied Calculus I* 3 MATH 232 Business and Applied Calculus II* 3 MATH 241 Calculus I* 5 MATH 242 Calculus II* 5 MATH 243 Calculus III* 5 MATH 254 Differential Equations* 4 B. Life Science BIOL 121 Introductory Biology for Non-Majors 4 BIOL 124 Oceanus: Essentials of Oceanography 3 BIOL 125 General Botany 5 BIOL 127 General Zoology 5 BIOL 130 Environmental Science 3 BIOL 131 Environmental Science Lab* 1 BIOL 134 Principles of Sustainability 3 BIOL 135 Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology 4 BIOL 140 Human Anatomy 4 BIOL 144 Human Anatomy and Physiology* 5 BIOL 150 Biology of Organisms* 5 BIOL 225 Human Physiology* 4 BIOL 230 Microbiology* 3 BIOL 231 Microbiology Lab* 2 C. Physical Science ASTR 120 Fundamentals of Astronomy 3 ASTR 122 Astronomy 4 CHEM 120 Chemistry in Society* 4 CHEM 122 Principles of Chemistry* 5 CHEM 124 General Chemistry I Lecture* 4 CHEM 125 General Chemistry I Lab 1 CHEM 131 General Chemistry II Lecture* 4 CHEM 132 General Chemistry II Lab* 1 CHEM 140 Principles of Organic & Biological Chemistry* 5 GEOS 130 General Geology 5 GEOS 140 Physical Geography 3 GEOS 141 Physical Geography Lab* 2 GEOS 145 World Regional Geography 3 PHYS 130 College Physics I* 5 PHYS 131 College Physics II* 5 PHYS 220 Engineering Physics I* 5 PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II* 5 PSCI 120 Physical Science 4 Total Program Hours 3 Note: MATH 173 is not available for credit to students who have completed MATH 171 and/or MATH 172. Students who have credit in MATH 173 will not receive credit for MATH 171 and/or. 3 additional credit hours to be selected from one of the above categories 3 Health and/or Physical Education Associate of Applied Science (p. 12) 1 These courses fulfill the health and/or physical education requirements for the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Health and/or Physical Education HPER Any Activity Course/Lifetime Fitness 1 EMS 121 CPR I - Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider 1 BIOL 132 Introduction to Public Health 3

16 16 Associate of Arts HMEC 151 Nutrition and Meal Planning 3 HPER 192 Wellness for Life 1 HPER 200 First Aid and CPR 2 HPER 202 Personal Community Health 3 HPER 255 Introduction to Physical Education 3 Total Program Hours 1 NOTE: The following HPER courses do NOT meet the general education requirement for Health and/or Physical Education-- HPER 174 Coaching and Officiating of Track and Field 2 HPER 195 Introduction to Sports Medicine 3 HPER 198 Athletic Training Practicum I 1 HPER 204 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury 3 HPER 207 Athletic Training Practicum 2* 2 HPER 208 Introduction to Exercise Physiology 3 HPER 220 Sports Officiating 3 HPER 224 Outdoor Recreation 3 HPER 245 Elementary Physical Education 3 Total Hours: 16 Associate of Arts The associate of arts degree from JCCC: is designed for students who plan to transfer to another college or university to earn a bachelors degree. requires completion of 64 college-level credit hours within specified categories with a 2.0 or higher GPA. requires the completion of a cultural diversity course from a list of approved courses. Some of the courses in this list will also meet humanities, social science or non-lab science requirements for this degree. The credit hours necessary to complete the associate of arts degree include the following general education requirements plus 33 additional hours of electives: General Education Area Communications Requirements for Associate of Arts (p. 16) 9 These courses fulfill the communications requirements for the Associate of Arts (AA) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. A. English Composition ENGL 121 Composition I* 3 ENGL 122 Composition II* 3 B. Oral Communication Select one of the following: 3 SPD 120 SPD 121 SPD 125 SPD 180 Interpersonal Communication Public Speaking Personal Communication Intercultural Communication (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) Total Hours 9 Credit Hours Humanities Associate of Arts (p. 16) 6 These courses fulfill the humanities requirements for the Associate of Arts (AA) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. History is included in the Humanities category No more than one course from each of the five areas may count toward the six required hours. A. Literature/Theatre ENGL 130 Introduction to Literature* 3 ENGL 215 U.S. Latino and Latina Literature* (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 ENGL 217 Literature by Women* (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3

17 Johnson County Community College 17 ENGL 227 Introduction to Poetry* 3 ENGL 230 Introduction to Fiction* 3 ENGL 235 Drama as Literature* 3 ENGL 246 American Literature I* 3 ENGL 247 American Literature II* 3 ENGL 250 World Masterpieces* 3 ENGL 254 Masterpieces of the Cinema* 3 THEA 120 Introduction to Theater 3 B. Foreign Language FL 178 Intermediate Russian I* 3 FL 179 Intermediate Russian II* 3 FL 182 Intermediate Japanese I* 5 FL 192 Intermediate Chinese I* 3 FL 193 Intermediate Chinese II* 3 FL 195 Intermediate Arabic I* 3 FL 220 Intermediate German I* 3 FL 221 Intermediate German II* 3 FL 230 Intermediate Spanish I* 3 FL 231 Intermediate Spanish II* 3 FL 240 Intermediate French I* 3 FL 241 Intermediate French II* 3 C. History HIST 125 Western Civilization: Readings and Discussion I 3 HIST 126 Western Civilization: Readings and Discussion II 3 HIST 128 Medieval History 3 HIST 129 Early Modern Europe HIST 130 European History Since HIST 135 Eastern Civilization 3 HIST 137 African American Studies (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 HIST 140 U.S. History to 1877 (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 HIST 141 U.S. History Since HIST 151 World History I: Traditional World (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 HIST 152 World History II: Modern World (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 HIST 160 Modern Russian History (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 HIST 162 Modern Latin America (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 D. Humanities ARTH 180 Art History: Ancient to Renaissance 3 ARTH 182 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3 ARTH 184 Art History: Twentieth Century 3 ARTH 188 History of Photography 3 HUM 122 Introduction to Humanities 3 HUM 145 Introduction to World Humanities I (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 HUM 146 Introduction to World Humanities II (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 HUM 155 Classical Mythology 3 HUM 156 Contemporary Approaches to World Mythology 3 HUM 165 Introduction to Chinese Culture 3 HUM 167 Introduction to Japanese Culture (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 JOUR 120 Mass Media and Society 3 MUS 121 Introduction to Music Listening 3 MUS 125 Introduction to Jazz Listening 3 MUS 126 Introduction to World Music (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 REL 120 Exploring World Religions (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3

18 18 Associate of Arts REL 125 Religions of the East (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 REL 126 Religions of the West (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 E. Philosophy PHIL 121 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 124 Logic and Critical Thinking 3 PHIL 143 Ethics 3 PHIL 154 History of Ancient Philosophy 3 PHIL 176 Philosophy of Religion 3 Total Program Hours 6 Social Science/Economics Associate of Arts (p. 16) 6 These courses fulfill the social science/economics requirements for the Associate of Arts (AA) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. No more than one course from each of the six areas may count toward the six required hours. A. Anthropology ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 ANTH 126 Physical Anthropology 3 ANTH 130 World Cultures (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 ANTH 142 World Prehistory (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 B. Economics ECON 132 Survey of Economics 3 ECON 230 Economics I 3 ECON 231 Economics II 3 C. Political Science POLS 122 Political Science 3 POLS 124 American National Government 3 POLS 126 State and Local Government 3 POLS 132 Introduction to Comparative Government (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 POLS 135 International Relations (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 D. Psychology PSYC 121 Applied Psychology 3 PSYC 130 Introduction to Psychology 3 E. Sociology SOC 122 Introduction to Sociology (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 SOC 125 Social Problems (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 SOC 131 Sociology of Families 3 F. Gender and Ethnic Studies WGS 201 Global Women's Studies (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 Total Program Hours 6 Science and Mathematics Associate of Arts (p. 16) 9 These courses fulfill the science and mathematics requirements for the Associate of Arts (AA) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Must include at least one course from a lab science and one from mathematics. A. Life Science BIOL 121 Introductory Biology for Non-Majors 4 BIOL 124 Oceanus: Essentials of Oceanography 3 BIOL 125 General Botany 5 BIOL 127 General Zoology 5 BIOL 130 Environmental Science 3 BIOL 131 Environmental Science Lab* 1 BIOL 134 Principles of Sustainability 3 BIOL 135 Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology 4 BIOL 140 Human Anatomy 4

19 Johnson County Community College 19 BIOL 144 Human Anatomy and Physiology* 5 BIOL 150 Biology of Organisms* 5 BIOL 225 Human Physiology* 4 BIOL 230 Microbiology* 3 BIOL 231 Microbiology Lab* 2 B. Physical Science ASTR 120 Fundamentals of Astronomy 3 ASTR 122 Astronomy 4 CHEM 120 Chemistry in Society* 4 CHEM 122 Principles of Chemistry* 5 CHEM 124 General Chemistry I Lecture* 4 CHEM 125 General Chemistry I Lab 1 CHEM 131 General Chemistry II Lecture* 4 CHEM 132 General Chemistry II Lab* 1 CHEM 140 Principles of Organic & Biological Chemistry* 5 GEOS 130 General Geology 5 GEOS 140 Physical Geography 3 GEOS 141 Physical Geography Lab* 2 GEOS 145 World Regional Geography (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 PHYS 130 College Physics I* 5 PHYS 131 College Physics II* 5 PHYS 220 Engineering Physics I* 5 PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II* 5 PSCI 120 Physical Science 4 C. Mathematics MATH 165 Finite Mathematics* 3 MATH 171 College Algebra* 3 MATH 172 Trigonometry* 3 MATH 173 Precalculus* 5 MATH 175 Discrete Mathematics and its Applications* 3 MATH 181 Statistics* 3 MATH 225 Mathematics as a Decision Making Tool* 3 MATH 231 Business and Applied Calculus I* 3 MATH 232 Business and Applied Calculus II* 3 MATH 241 Calculus I* 5 MATH 242 Calculus II* 5 MATH 243 Calculus III* 5 MATH 254 Differential Equations* 4 Total Program Hours 9 Health and/or Physical Education Associate of Arts (p. 16) 1 These courses fulfill the health and/or physical education requirements for the Associate of Arts (AA) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Health and/or Physical Education HPER Any Activity Course/Lifetime Fitness 1 EMS 121 CPR I - Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider 1 BIOL 132 Introduction to Public Health 3 HMEC 151 Nutrition and Meal Planning 3 HPER 192 Wellness for Life 1 HPER 200 First Aid and CPR 2 HPER 202 Personal Community Health 3

20 20 Associate of Arts HPER 255 Introduction to Physical Education 3 Total Program Hours 1 NOTE: The following HPER courses do NOT meet the general education requirement for Health and/or Physical Education-- HPER 174 Coaching and Officiating of Track and Field 2 HPER 195 Introduction to Sports Medicine 3 HPER 198 Athletic Training Practicum I 1 HPER 204 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury 3 HPER 207 Athletic Training Practicum 2* 2 HPER 208 Introduction to Exercise Physiology 3 HPER 220 Sports Officiating 3 HPER 224 Outdoor Recreation 3 HPER 245 Elementary Physical Education 3 Cultural Diversity Courses Associate of Arts (p. 16) These courses fulfill the cultural diversity requirements for the Associate of Arts (AA) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Cultural Diversity Courses 1 course ADMJ 223 The World of Crime* 3 ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 ANTH 130 World Cultures (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 ANTH 134 Native Americans 3 ANTH 135 American Indian Artistic Tradition 3 ANTH 142 World Prehistory (Also meets Cultural Diversity Requirement) 3 ANTH 150 People and Cultures of Mesoamerica 3 ARTH 186 Art History: Introduction to Asian Art 3 BIOL 132 Introduction to Public Health 3 BUS 235 Introduction to International Business 3 ENGL 215 U.S. Latino and Latina Literature* (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 ENGL 217 Literature by Women* (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 ENGL 244 Literature of American Popular Music* 3 FL 111 Ancient Greek Readings and Grammar* 5 FL 145 Field Study in Russian Language & Culture 2 GEOS 145 World Regional Geography (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 HC 125 International Awareness Field Study 2 HIST 135 Eastern Civilization 3 HIST 137 African American Studies (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 HIST 150 Islam: Religion & Civilization 3 HIST 151 World History I: Traditional World (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 HIST 152 World History II: Modern World (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 HIST 160 Modern Russian History (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 HIST 162 Modern Latin America (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 HIST 167 Introduction to History: Japan 3 HIST 195 History of the Middle East 3 HUM 137 Introduction to Russian Culture 3 HUM 145 Introduction to World Humanities I (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 HUM 146 Introduction to World Humanities II (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 HUM 150 Islam: Religion & Civilization 3 HUM 156 Contemporary Approaches to World Mythology 3 HUM 167 Introduction to Japanese Culture (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 INTR 145 Introduction to the Deaf Community* 3 JOUR 220 International Media 3 MUS 126 Introduction to World Music (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3

21 Johnson County Community College 21 PHIL 142 History of Asian Philosophy 3 POLS 132 Introduction to Comparative Government 3 POLS 135 International Relations (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 POLS 200 Model United Nations 3 PSYC 205 Human Sexuality* 3 PSYC 220 Social Psychology* 3 REL 120 Exploring World Religions (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 REL 125 Religions of the East (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 REL 126 Religions of the West (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 REL 150 Islam: Religion & Civilization 3 SOC 122 Introduction to Sociology (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 SOC 125 Social Problems (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 SOC 146 Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare 3 SOC 165 Chinese Society: Past and Present 3 SOC 240 Sociology of Community 3 SPD 180 Intercultural Communication (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 WGS 201 Global Women's Studies (Also meets General Education Requirement) 3 WGS 220 The Many Women of Islam 3 Total Hours: 31 Note:The associate of arts is designed as a transfer degree. Students should refer to the transfer program sheets available in the Student Success Center when selecting electives. Students interested in a specific major should talk with a JCCC counselor. Associate of General Studies The associate of general studies degree from JCCC requires completion of 64 college-level credit hours within specified course categories with a 2.0 or higher GPA. is designed for students who wish to receive a degree for completion of a more general program of study does not require an academic major or an emphasis in a specific career program. The credit hours necessary to complete the associate of general studies degree include the following: General Education Area The Arts Associate of General Studies (p. 21) 3 These courses fulfill the arts requirements for the Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. The Arts ARTH 180 Art History: Ancient to Renaissance 3 ARTH 182 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3 ARTH 184 Art History: Twentieth Century 3 ARTH 188 History of Photography 3 FL 178 Intermediate Russian I* 3 FL 179 Intermediate Russian II* 3 FL 192 Intermediate Chinese I* 3 FL 193 Intermediate Chinese II* 3 FL 220 Intermediate German I* 3 FL 221 Intermediate German II* 3 FL 230 Intermediate Spanish I* 3 FL 231 Intermediate Spanish II* 3 FL 240 Intermediate French I* 3 FL 241 Intermediate French II* 3 HUM 122 Introduction to Humanities 3 Credit Hours

22 22 Associate of General Studies HUM 145 Introduction to World Humanities I 3 HUM 146 Introduction to World Humanities II 3 HUM 155 Classical Mythology 3 MUS 121 Introduction to Music Listening 3 MUS 125 Introduction to Jazz Listening 3 MUS 126 Introduction to World Music 3 THEA 120 Introduction to Theater 3 Total Program Hours 3 Communication Skills Requirements for Associate of General Studies (p. 21) These courses fulfill the communication skills requirements for the Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Writing ENGL 121 Composition I* 3 Speaking SPD 120 Interpersonal Communication 3 SPD 121 Public Speaking 3 SPD 125 Personal Communication 3 SPD 180 Intercultural Communication 3 Total Program Hours 3 6 Culture and Ethics Associate of General Studies (p. 21) 6 These courses fulfill the culture and ethics requirements for the Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Historical Perspective ENGL 130 Introduction to Literature* 3 ENGL 230 Introduction to Fiction* 3 ENGL 235 Drama as Literature* 3 ENGL 250 World Masterpieces* 3 GEOS 130 General Geology 5 GEOS 140 Physical Geography 3 GEOS 141 Physical Geography Lab* 2 HIST 125 Western Civilization: Readings and Discussion I 3 HIST 126 Western Civilization: Readings and Discussion II 3 HIST 128 Medieval History 3 HIST 130 European History Since HIST 135 Eastern Civilization 3 HIST 137 African American Studies 3 HIST 140 U.S. History to HIST 141 U.S. History Since HIST 151 World History I: Traditional World 3 HIST 152 World History II: Modern World 3 HIST 160 Modern Russian History 3 HIST 162 Modern Latin America 3 PHIL 154 History of Ancient Philosophy 3 POLS 124 American National Government 3 POLS 126 State and Local Government 3 Cultural Perspective ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 130 World Cultures 3 ENGL 130 Introduction to Literature* 3 ENGL 235 Drama as Literature* 3

23 Johnson County Community College 23 ENGL 246 American Literature I* 3 ENGL 247 American Literature II* 3 ENGL 250 World Masterpieces* 3 ENGL 254 Masterpieces of the Cinema* 3 FL 178 Intermediate Russian I* 3 FL 179 Intermediate Russian II* 3 FL 182 Intermediate Japanese I* 5 FL 192 Intermediate Chinese I* 3 FL 193 Intermediate Chinese II* 3 FL 195 Intermediate Arabic I* 3 FL 220 Intermediate German I* 3 FL 221 Intermediate German II* 3 FL 230 Intermediate Spanish I* 3 FL 231 Intermediate Spanish II* 3 FL 240 Intermediate French I* 3 FL 241 Intermediate French II* 3 GEOS 145 World Regional Geography 3 HUM 156 Contemporary Approaches to World Mythology 3 HUM 167 Introduction to Japanese Culture 3 JOUR 120 Mass Media and Society 3 PHIL 121 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 143 Ethics 3 PHIL 154 History of Ancient Philosophy 3 PHIL 176 Philosophy of Religion 3 POLS 122 Political Science 3 POLS 124 American National Government 3 POLS 135 International Relations 3 REL 120 Exploring World Religions 3 REL 125 Religions of the East 3 REL 126 Religions of the West 3 SOC 122 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 131 Sociology of Families 3 Total Program Hours 6 Health and/or Physical Education Associate of General Studies (p. 21) 2 These courses fulfill the health and/or physical education requirements for the Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Health and/or Physical Education HPER Any Activity Course/Lifetime Fitness 1 EMS 121 CPR I - Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider 1 BIOL 132 Introduction to Public Health 3 HMEC 151 Nutrition and Meal Planning 3 HPER 192 Wellness for Life 1 HPER 200 First Aid and CPR 2 HPER 202 Personal Community Health 3 HPER 255 Introduction to Physical Education 3 Total Program Hours 2 NOTE: The following HPER courses do NOT meet the general education requirement for Health and/or Physical Education-- HPER 174 Coaching and Officiating of Track and Field 2 HPER 195 Introduction to Sports Medicine 3 HPER 198 Athletic Training Practicum I 1 HPER 204 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury 3

24 24 Associate of General Studies HPER 207 Athletic Training Practicum 2* 2 HPER 208 Introduction to Exercise Physiology 3 HPER 220 Sports Officiating 3 HPER 224 Outdoor Recreation 3 HPER 245 Elementary Physical Education 3 Mathematics Associate of General Studies (p. 21) 3 These courses fulfill the math requirements for the Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Mathematics MATH 120 Business Mathematics* 3 MATH 130 Technical Mathematics I* 3 MATH 131 Technical Mathematics II* 3 MATH 165 Finite Mathematics* 3 MATH 171 College Algebra* 3 MATH 172 Trigonometry* 3 MATH 173 Precalculus* 5 MATH 175 Discrete Mathematics and its Applications* 3 MATH 181 Statistics* 3 MATH 225 Mathematics as a Decision Making Tool* 3 MATH 231 Business and Applied Calculus I* 3 MATH 232 Business and Applied Calculus II* 3 MATH 241 Calculus I* 5 MATH 242 Calculus II* 5 MATH 243 Calculus III* 5 MATH 254 Differential Equations* 4 PHYS 220 Engineering Physics I* 5 PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II* 5 Total Program Hours 3 Modes of Inquiry Associate of General Studies (p. 21) 6 Description Scientific ANTH 126 Physical Anthropology 3 ASTR 120 Fundamentals of Astronomy 3 ASTR 122 Astronomy 4 BIOL 121 Introductory Biology for Non-Majors 4 BIOL 124 Oceanus: Essentials of Oceanography 3 BIOL 125 General Botany 5 BIOL 127 General Zoology 5 BIOL 130 Environmental Science 3 BIOL 131 Environmental Science Lab* 1 BIOL 134 Principles of Sustainability 3 BIOL 135 Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology 4 BIOL 140 Human Anatomy 4 BIOL 144 Human Anatomy and Physiology* 5 BIOL 150 Biology of Organisms* 5 BIOL 225 Human Physiology* 4 BIOL 230 Microbiology* 3 BIOL 231 Microbiology Lab* 2 CHEM 120 Chemistry in Society* 4 CHEM 122 Principles of Chemistry* 5 CHEM 124 General Chemistry I Lecture* 4

25 Johnson County Community College 25 CHEM 125 General Chemistry I Lab 1 CHEM 131 General Chemistry II Lecture* 4 CHEM 132 General Chemistry II Lab* 1 CHEM 140 Principles of Organic & Biological Chemistry* 5 GEOS 130 General Geology 5 GEOS 140 Physical Geography 3 GEOS 141 Physical Geography Lab* 2 PHIL 124 Logic and Critical Thinking 3 PHYS 130 College Physics I* 5 PHYS 131 College Physics II* 5 PHYS 220 Engineering Physics I* 5 PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II* 5 PSCI 120 Physical Science 4 PSYC 130 Introduction to Psychology 3 Social ECON 132 Survey of Economics 3 ECON 230 Economics I 3 ECON 231 Economics II 3 GEOS 145 World Regional Geography 3 POLS 126 State and Local Government 3 POLS 132 Introduction to Comparative Government 3 PSYC 121 Applied Psychology 3 PSYC 130 Introduction to Psychology 3 SOC 122 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 125 Social Problems 3 SOC 131 Sociology of Families 3 Total Program Hours 6 Computer Skills Associate of General Studies (p. 21) 3 These courses fulfill the computer skills requirements for the Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree.please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements. Computer Skills CIS 124 Introduction to Computer Concepts and Applications 3 OR Three hours from the following courses: 3 any CPCA course any CWEB course any CDTP course LIBR 125 Introduction to Library Research 1 or MATH 181 Statistics* Total Program Hours 3 Global Issues/Diversity Associate of General Studies (p. 21) 3 These courses fulfill the global issues/diversity requirements for the Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree. Please refer to the AGS page ( for a list of all requirements. Global Issues/Diversity ADMJ 127 Criminology 3 ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 130 World Cultures 3 ANTH 134 Native Americans 3 ARTH 186 Art History: Introduction to Asian Art 3 BIOL 130 Environmental Science 3 BIOL 131 Environmental Science Lab* 1

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