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1 School af Liberal Arts and Human Services The School of Liberal Arts and Human Services produces a diverse range of graduates with varying skills and competencies including artists, musicians, mathematicians, psychologists, social workers, sociologists, journalists, poets, dramatists, and in general, graduates who can make great contributions towards enhancing the social and cultural development of the nation. The School of Liberal Arts and Human Services consists of four departments: Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences Department of Languages, Literature and Communication Studies Department of Mathematics Department of Fine and Performing Arts These departments provide students with a range of academic services to meet a growing number of careers and opportunities locally, regionally, and globally. Mission To provide well-designed, contemporary, relevant programmes of study, by attracting quality faculty and support staff who understand the vision and mission of the College and are willing to embrace the watch words Transforming lives, transforming communities, transforming the nation...one student at a time. 36

2 CATALOGUE Deartment of Social and Behavioural Sciences The Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences is committed to providing students with an environment conducive to personal and professional growth and development. Focused on broadening access through Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) and distance education delivery modes, and on meeting students at their point of need, the department provides students with relevant training in sociology, social work, and applied psychology to meet the needs of the private and public sectors. The programmes offered by the Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences play a critical role in helping students to understand the functioning of societies, how to successfully negotiate issues arising out of diversity, and to develop appropriate intervention strategies. Programmes The Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences offers the following degree programme options: Bachelor Degree Programmes Associate Degree Programmes B.Sc. Applied Psychology AA Psychology B.Sc. Psychology AAS Social Work BSW Social Work AAS Sociology 37

3 Bachelor of Science - Psychology/Applied Psychology This programme is designed to offer an examination of the distinctive socio-cultural make-up of this society and of the relevance of psychological issues to the local context. Particular attention is paid to current social issues and to training in areas such as conflict intervention and resolution. Students enrolled in the B.Sc. programme in Applied Psychology also have the option of pursuing specialised courses in one of the following tracks: Addiction Studies School Guidance Industrial and Organizational Psychology Graduation Requirements: B.Sc. Psychology To be awarded the Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, students must successfully complete 123 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0 according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study 48 credits Guided elective courses in major area of study 6 credits Total courses in major area of study 54 credits Core curriculum courses 51 credits Support courses 12 credits Elective courses 6 credits Total Credits Required for Graduation 123 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. PSYC 122 Foundations of Psychology 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 PSYC 205 Social Psychology 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 PSYC 212 Life Span Development 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 PSYC 220 Applied Psychology 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 PSYC 233 Psychology Seminar I-Special Topics in Psychology 3 ECON 110 Introduction to General Economics 3 PSYC 261 Psychology of Adjustment 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 PSYC 325 Human Development 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 PSYC 350 Culture, Diversity and Behaviour 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 PSYC 360 Theories of Individual Differences 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 PSYC 370 Theories of Learning 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 PSYC 410 History of Psychology 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 PSYC 425 Research Designs and Analysis 3 MATH 117 College Algebra 3 PSYC 433 Psychology Seminar II- Field Experience 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behaviour and Diversity 3 PSYC 462 Physiology of Behaviour 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 PSYC 468 Cognitive Psychology 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 PSYC 499 Senior Thesis - Psychology 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 Total Credits for Required Courses in the Major 48 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 GUIDED ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE MAJOR SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 Any two 3-credit courses in major area of study 6 STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 54 Total Core Curriculum Credits 51 ELECTIVE COURSES SUPPORT COURSES Any two courses offered by the College 6 ANTH 250 Caribbean Anthropology 3 38

4 CATALOGUE BIOL 109 Introduction to Human Biology 3 STAT 121 Introduction to Inferential Statistics 3 SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociology 3 Total Elective Credits 6 Total Support Course Credits 12 Graduation Requirements: B.Sc. Applied Psychology To be awarded the Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Psychology, students must successfully complete 132 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0 according to the following distribution: Required courses in major area of study Guided electives in major area of study Specialization courses Total courses in major area of study Core curriculum courses Support courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 48 credits 6 credits 15 credits 69 credits 51 credits 12 credits 132 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. PSYC 122 Foundations of Psychology 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 PSYC 205 Social Psychology 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 PSYC 212 Life Span Development 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 PSYC 220 Applied Psychology 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 PSYC 233 Psychology Seminar I-Special Topics in Psychology 3 ECON 110 Introduction to General Economics 3 PSYC 261 Psychology of Adjustment 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 PSYC 325 Human Development 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 PSYC 350 Culture, Diversity and Behaviour 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 PSYC 360 Theories of Individual Differences 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 PSYC 370 Theories of Learning 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 PSYC 410 History of Psychology 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 PSYC 425 Research Designs and Analysis 3 MATH 117 College Algebra 3 PSYC 433 Psychology Seminar II- Field Experience 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behaviour and Diversity 3 PSYC 462 Physiology of Behaviour 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 PSYC 468 Cognitive Psychology 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 PSYC 499 Senior Thesis - Psychology 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 Total Credits for Required Courses in the Major 48 Total Core Curriculum Credits 51 SPECIALIZATION COURSES IN APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY OPTION (Choose any 5 courses in a specific track) PSYC 445 Educational Psychology 3 SOBE 428 Pharmacology and Substance Abuse 3 PSYC 448 Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3 SOBE 438 Interventions and Treatment for Special Populations 3 PSYC 457 Psychology of Work 3 SOCI 215 Introduction to Gender Studies 3 SOBE 218 Introduction to Addiction Studies 3 SOCI 240 Sociology of Education 3 SOBE 322 Intervention for Non-Chemical Dependency 3 SOCI 278 Ageing and the Family 3 SOBE 326 Prevention and Intervention for Addictive Behaviours 3 SOWK 124 Social Work with Children and Family 3 SOBE 328 Theories of Addiction and Treatment 3 SOWK 318 Residential Social Work 3 SOBE 335 Introduction to Conflict Resolution 3 SOBE 375 Introduction to Career Guidance 3 SOWK 324 Social Work Intervention with Substance Abusers 3 SOBE 420 Theories of Guidance and Counselling 3 SOWK 357 Social Work Intervention with the Elderly 3 SOWK 426 Advocacy in Social Work 3 Total Credits for Five Specialization Courses 15 39

5 GUIDED ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE MAJOR SUPPORT COURSES Any two 3-credit courses in major area of study 6 ANTH 250 Caribbean Anthropology 3 BIOL 109 Introduction to Human Biology 3 STAT 121 Introduction to Inferential Statistics 3 SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociological Theories 3 Total Guided Elective Credits 6 Total Support Course Credits 12 Career Options: Guidance officers School guidance officers Community social service providers Paraprofessionals in treatment centres or community-based organizations Associate in Arts - Psychology The Associate in Arts degree in Psychology offers a solid base in the area of psychology. It has been specifically designed to furnish participants with the key theoretical understandings and scientific insights into the complexity of human behaviour and mental processes, and to equip them with practical competencies in specific areas. This associate degree provides students with the foundation courses in the discipline of psychology required to transfer into a baccalaureate programme at both regional and extra-regional institutions of higher learning. It will also be an invaluable course of study for those wishing to get certification as competent paraprofessionals in all areas of human development services. Graduation Requirements: Associate in Arts - Psychology To be awarded the Associate in Arts degree in Psychology, students must successfully complete 60 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0 according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study 21 credits 1 guided elective course in major area of study 3 credits Total Courses in Major Area of Study 24 credits Core curriculum courses 24 credits Support courses 9 credits Elective courses 3 credits Total Credits Required for Graduation 60 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. PSYC 205 Social Psychology 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 PSYC 122 Foundations of Psychology 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 PSYC 212 Life Span Development 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 PSYC 220 Applied Psychology 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 PSYC 233 Psychology Seminar I-Special Topics in Psychology 3 MATH 164 Contemporary College Mathematics 3 PSYC 261 Psychology of Adjustment 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behaviour and Diversity 3 Required Courses in the Major 21 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Science 3 Guided elective in major 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 24 Total Core Curriculum Credits 24 40

6 CATALOGUE SUPPORT COURSES ELECTIVE COURSES ANTH 250 Caribbean Anthropology 3 Any course from the College 3 BIOL 109 Introduction to Human Biology 3 SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociology 3 Total Support Course Credits 9 Total Elective Credits 3 Career Options: This is a transfer degree which allows graduates to pursue further study in psychology at the bachelor s degree level. Bachelor of Social Work The Bachelor s degree in Social Work prepares graduates to function as professional social workers in the education, social services and national security sectors. Students acquire critical social work competencies in individual and group work, youth work, direct practice, community practice and addressing family and child issues. Graduation Requirements: Bachelor of Social Work To successfully complete the Bachelor s degree in Social Work, students must complete 134 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0 according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study Five elective courses in major area of study Total Courses in Major Area of Study Core curriculum courses Support courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 47 credits 15 credits 62 credits 51 credits 21 credits 134 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. SOWK 116 Introduction to Social Work 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 SOWK 122 Case Work Practice for Social Work 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 SOWK 119 Community Intervention for Social Work Practice 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 SOWK 218 Group Work Practice for Social Work 3 SOWK 241 Introduction to Practicum 3 ECON 110 Introduction to General Economics 3 SOWK 234 Social Welfare in the Caribbean 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 SOWK 236 Legal and Ethical Issues in Social Work 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 SOWK 248 Counselling Skills for Social Workers 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 SOWK 245 Practicum I: Human Skills Lab 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 SOWK 323 Social Work Management and Administration 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 SOWK 326 Social Research Methods 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 SOWK 255 Practicum II 4 MATH 117 College Algebra 3 SOWK 355 Practicum lll 4 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behaviour and Diversity 3 SOWK 455 Practicum IV 4 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 SOWK 499 Senior Project Social Work 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 41

7 STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 Total Required Courses in the Major 47 Total Core Curriculum Credits 51 ELECTIVE COURSES IN MAJOR SUPPORT COURSES SOBE 247 Introduction to Addiction Studies 3 ANTH 250 Caribbean Anthropology 3 SOBE 322 Intervention for Non-Chemical Dependency 3 LAWW 122 Law, Governance and Society 3 SOBE 326 Prevention and Intervention for Addictive Behaviours 3 PSYC 122 Foundations of Psychology 3 SOBE 328 Theories of Addiction and Treatment 3 PSYC 212 Life Span Development 3 SOBE 428 Pharmacology and Substance Abuse 3 PSYC 360 Theories of Individual Differences 3 SOBE 438 Interventions and Treatment for Special Populations 3 PSYC 430 Foundations of Psychopathology 3 SOCI 215 Introduction to Gender Studies 3 SOCI 101 Caribbean Sociology I 3 SOCI 278 Ageing and the Family 3 Total Support Course Credits 21 SOWK 124 Social Work with Children and Family 3 SOWK 318 Residential Social Work 3 SOWK 324 Social Work Intervention with Substance Abusers 3 SOWK 357 Social Work Intervention with the Elderly 3 SOWK 426 Advocacy in Social Work 3 Five of Any of the Elective Courses in the Major 15 Career Option: Social Worker Associate in Applied Science - Social Work This Associate in Applied Science degree in Social Work develops social work competencies which enables students to work immediately as paraprofessionals in the field. It also provides them with a solid foundation to pursue baccalaureate studies, if they so desire. Graduates would have gained exposure to various service areas such as individual and group work, youth work, direct practice, community practice, and family and child issues. Graduation Requirements: Associate in Applied Science Social Work To successfully complete the Associate in Applied Science degree in Social Work, students must complete 67 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0 according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study Two elective courses in major area of study Total Courses in Major Area of Study Core curriculum courses Support courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 25 credits 6 credits 31 credits 27 credits 9 credits 67 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. SOWK 116 Introduction to Social Work 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 SOWK 122 Case Work Practice for Social Work 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 SOWK 218 Group Work Practice for Social Work 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 SOWK 236 Legal and Ethical Issues in Social Work 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 SOWK 241 Introduction to Practicum 3 MATH 116 Contemporary College Mathematics 3 SOWK 245 Practicum I: Human Skills Lab 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behaviour and Diversity 3 SOWK 255 Practicum II 4 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 42

8 CATALOGUE SOWK 248 Counselling Skills for Social Workers 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 Total Credits for Required Courses in Major 25 Total Core Curriculum Credits 27 GUIDED ELECTIVES IN THE MAJOR SUPPORT COURSES Two 3-credit elective courses in the major 6 BIOL 109 Introduction Human Biology OR BIOL 113 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 3 PSYC 122 Foundations of Psychology 3 PSYC 212 Life Span Development 3 Total Support Courses 6 Total Support Courses 9 Career Option: Paraprofessional in social services agencies or organizations Associate in Applied Science - Sociology This Associate in Applied Science degree in Sociology gives broad coverage of contemporary social issues to produce critical thinkers and solutions-oriented social service providers. This degree programme prepares students for paraprofessional jobs in administrative and research functions and provides a basis for transfer to complete either a three- or four-year degree programme. Students complete courses in sociological theory, and its application to the Caribbean in particular and the wider international environment in general. They learn about the major social institutions, discuss contemporary social problems, and engage in sociological analysis to identify options to address these problems. They also gain in-depth exposure to sociological research methods and complete a research project on a topic of their choice. Graduation Requirements: Associate in Applied Science - Sociology To be awarded the Associate in Applied Science degree in Sociology, students must successfully complete 63 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study Two elective courses in major area of study Total Courses in Major Area of Study Core curriculum courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 30 credits 6 credits 36 credits 27 credits 63 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociology 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 SOCI 101 Caribbean Sociology I 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 SOCI 104 Caribbean Sociology II 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 SOCI 105 Caribbean Sociology III 3 ECON 110 Introduction to General Economics 3 SOCI 220 Quantitative Research Methods 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 SOCI 230 Qualitative Research Methods 3 MATH 116 Contemporary College Mathematics 3 SOCI 250 Exploring Caribbean Social Problems 3 STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 SOCI 274 Fundamentals of SPSS 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Science 3 SOCI 281 Research Project I 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 SOCI 282 Research Project II 3 43

9 Total Credits for Required Courses in Major 30 Total Core Curriculum Credits 27 ELECTIVE OPTIONS IN THE MAJOR Two 3-credit elective courses in the major 6 Total Credits for Elective Courses in Major 6 Career Options: While the AAS in Sociology prepare students for specific jobs requiring broad social sciences competencies, it also serves as a transfer degree which allows graduates to pursue a bachelor s level in sociology and a related subject area. Faculty Profile Social and Behavioural Sciences Cheryl Lewis Department Chair Senior Lecturer - Psychology M.A., M.Ed., B.A. Research Interests: Family dynamics and educational achievements; culture and psychology. Chevonne Agana Senior Lecturer- Psychology M.Sc. Research Interests: Employee motivation Pamela Degazon Senior Lecturer- Social Work M.A., B.Sc. Research Interests: Domestic violence; dynamics involved in exiting residential care Ayanna Gellineau Lecturer- Psychology B.Sc. (M.A. in progress) Research Interests: Deliberate self harm in adolescents; Childhood trauma and resilience in adulthood Roslyn Humphrey Senior Lecturer- Psychology M.A., M. Ed Research Interests: Adult education Josie Kennedy Lecturer - Social Work MA (in progress), B.Sc. Research Interests: The relationship between gender and the instances of deviance in the protective services Tricia McIntosh Lecturer- Sociology PGDip., BSc. Research Interests: Family conflicts and mediation Vanessa Nelson Senior lecturer - Psychology M.A., B.A. Research Interests: Student perception of learning in the classroom and its impact on academic performance Ayinka Nurse-Carrington Lecturer - Sociology M.Sc., BSc. Research Interests: Criminology- criminal profile Rudolph Paul Senior Lecturer - Sociology M.A., B.Sc. Research Interests: Criminology and prison reform Raquel Sukhu Senior Lecturer - Sociology MPhil., BA Research Interests: Gender studies, masculinity, gender violence, sociology of religion Rachel Wolsey Senior Lecturer - Psychology M.Sc., B.Sc. Research Interests: Gender identity and sexual orientation; risk factors for and intervention in delinquency 44

10 CATALOGUE Department of Languages, Literatures and Communication Studies The programmes offered by the Department of Languages, Literatures and Communication Studies are designed to meet the needs of aspiring and working professionals who wish to complement a firm theoretical grounding in communication studies with practical workplace skills. Many of the department s graduates currently hold supervisory and management functions in public relations, marketing, sales and advertising. Programmes The Department of Languages, Literature and Communication Studies offers the following degree programme options: Bachelor Degree Programmes Associate Degree Programmes BA Mass Communication AAS Journalism/Public Relations AA Literatures in English AAS Foreign Languages for Business: Spanish Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication The Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication is designed to create synergies among the various disciplines that comprise the field of mass communication, such as media studies, public relations and advertising. Students acquire an understanding of current communication theories, which is complemented by practical experience in real world media and public relations and the development of critical thinking, analytical and research skills and capabilities. Students are kept abreast of changes and shifts within the communication industry, and advancements in relevant technologies. Graduates of COSTAATT s Associate in Applied Science Degree in Journalism and Public Relations will be awarded transfer credits for relevant courses in the bachelor s degree programme. Graduation Requirements: Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication To be awarded the BA in Mass Communication, students must successfully complete 121 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study 49 credits Four elective courses in major area of study 12 credits Total Credits in Major Area of Study 61 credits Core curriculum courses 48 credits Support courses 3 credits Guided elective courses 9 credits Total Credits Required for Graduation 121 credits 45

11 COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COMM 121 Introduction to Mass Communication 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 COMM 130 Communication III: Understanding Human 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 Communication COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 COMM 350 Communication via Social Networking 3 ECON 110 Introduction to General Economics 3 COMM 365 Audience and Reception 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 COMM 450 Music as Communication 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 COMM 452 Film as Communication 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 COMM 499 Senior Project Mass Communication 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 JOUR 123 Fundamentals of Reporting 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 JOUR 131 Ethics in Journalism and Public Relations 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 JOUR 139 Introduction to Strategic Public Relations 3 MATH 116 Contemporary College Math 3 JOUR 221 Image, Etiquette and Protocol 2 PSYC Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity JOUR 244 Media/ Public Relations Internship 4 JOUR RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 Critical Analysis of Media and TV Coverage SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 JOUR 340 Mass Media in the Global Context 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 JOUR 455 Media/ Public Relations Practicum 4 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 LAWW SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 Laws Affecting Journalism and Public Relations STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 Total Credits for Required Courses in the Major 49 Total Core Curriculum Credits 48 ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE MAJOR SUPPORT COURSES COMM 140 Speech Writing 3 GRDE 127 Digital Communication Design 3 COMM 135 Voice and Presentation 3 Total Support Course Credits 3 JOUR 135 Photo Journalism 3 GUIDED ELECTIVES JOUR 281 Broadcast News Writing 3 ENGL 270 Creative Writing 3 JOUR 290 Introduction to Video Production 3 ITEC 240 Web Design 3 JOUR 351 Applied Public Relations Planning 3 LAWW 133 Law and the Community 3 JOUR 353 Investigative Reporting 3 MGMT 200 Events Management 3 JOUR 460 Newspaper and Magazine Editing 3 MKTG 202 Principles of Advertising 3 MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 Total Credits for Any Four Elective Courses in the Major 12 Total Credits for Any Three Guided Elective Courses 9 Career Options: Advertising specialist Reporter - print, radio or television Sub-editor, editor - print, radio or television Writer print, radio or television Communication specialist Public relations officer Associate in Applied Science Journalism and Public Relations The programme is designed to enable students to function as paraprofessionals in dynamic and fast-paced media environments. It facilitates their advancement to increasingly higher levels of responsibility in the workplace and provides them with a solid foundation of theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to pursue studies at undergraduate level. Graduation Requirements: Associate in Applied Science - Journalism and Public Relations To be awarded the AAS degree in Journalism and Public Relations, students must successfully complete 60 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: 46

12 CATALOGUE Required courses in the major area of study Elective courses in the major area of study Total credits in the major area of study Core curriculum courses Support courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 27 credits 6 credits 33 credits 24 credits 3 credits 60 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COMM 121 Introduction to Mass Communication 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 COMM 130 Communication III: Understanding Human Communication 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 JOUR 123 Fundamentals of Reporting 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 JOUR 131 Ethics in Journalism and Public Relations 3 MATH 116 Contemporary College Math 3 JOUR 139 Introuction to Strategic Public Relations 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 JOUR 221 Image, Etiquette and Protocol 2 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 JOUR 244 Media/ Public Relations Internship 4 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behaviour and 3 JOUR 275 Critical Analysis of Media and TV Coverage 3 Diversity LAWW 270 Laws Affecting Journalism and Public Relations 3 Total Credits for Required Courses in the Major 27 Total Core Curriculum Credits 24 ELECTIVE COURSES IN MAJOR AREA OF STUDY (Choose any two of the four courses below) SUPPORT COURSES (Choose one of the two courses below) COMM 140 Speech Writing 3 MGMT 200 Events Management 3 JOUR 135 Photo Journalism 3 ITEC 240 Web Design 3 JOUR 281 Broadcast News Writing 3 JOUR 290 Introduction to Video Production 3 Total Credits for Two Elective Courses in the Major 6 Total Support Course Credits 3 Career Options: Advertising specialist Reporter - print, radio or television Sub-editor, editor - print, radio or television Writer print, radio or television Communication specialist Public relations officer Associate in Arts - Literatures in English The Associate in Arts degree in Literatures and English provide students with exposure to the major literary genres, through the examination of the works of both renowned and contemporary authors. These studies are complemented by general education courses drawn from a broad range of disciplines, creating a solid foundation for students who wish to pursue studies up to the bachelor s level or for language and literature teachers who wish to enhance their knowledge base in the field. This associate degree programme is also suitable for students who wish to pursue careers and/or further study in the areas of journalism, advertising and communications. Graduation Requirements: Associate in Arts Literatures in English To be awarded the Associate in Arts degree in Literatures in English, students must successfully complete 60 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: 47

13 Courses in the major area of study Core curriculum courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 36 credits 24 credits 60 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. ENGL 121 Introduction to Poetry 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ENGL 122 Introduction to Drama 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ENGL 123 Introduction to Prose Fiction 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 ENGL 130 The Shakespearean Century 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 ENGL 131 Oral Literatures 3 MATH 116 Contemporary College Math 3 ENGL 230 Introduction to Caribbean Prose Fiction 3 PSYC103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 ENGL th Century Commonwealth Literatures 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 ENGL 241 Introduction to 20 th Century American Literature 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 ENGL 242 Caribbean Poetry and Drama 3 ENGL 250 The Moderns 3 ENGL 251 Introduction to Critical Theory 3 ENGL 270 Creative Writing 3 Total Credits for Required Courses in the Major 36 Total Core Curriculum Credits 24 Career Options: The degree is a transfer degree which allows graduates to pursue a bachelor s degree in the relevant subject area-literature; literature and language; literature, language and education; literature and communication. It can also lead to careers/advancement in: Teaching Copywriting Advertising Journalism Associate in Applied Science - Foreign Languages for Business: Spanish The Associate in Applied Science degree in Foreign Languages for Business: Spanish is designed to provide graduates with a competitive edge in the global marketplace, through an intensive learning experience that focuses on the development of competencies in Spanish language skills, international business and cultural awareness required to effectively conduct or support business activity in a Latin American context. Graduation Requirements: Associate in Applied Science Foreign Languages for Business: Spanish To be awarded the Associate in Applied Science degree in Foreign Languages for Business: Spanish, students must successfully complete 72 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study Elective courses in the major area of study Total credits in the major area of study Core curriculum courses Support courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 36 credits 3 credits 39 credits 24 credits 9 credits 72 credits 48

14 CATALOGUE COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. LAST 120 Introduction to Latin American Studies 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 LAST 121 International Relations and Latin America 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 LAST 225 Doing Business in Latin America 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 SPAN 121 Advanced Conversational Spanish 4 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 SPAN 122 Spanish for Business I 4 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 SPAN 123 Spanish for Business II 4 MATH 116 Contemporary College Math 3 SPAN 130 Spanish Stylistics I 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behaviour and Diversity 3 SPAN 210 Latin American Civilisation and Culture I 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 SPAN 211 Latin American Civilisation and Culture II 3 SPAN 230 Introduction to Translation 3 SPAN 241 Introduction to Interpreting Techniques 3 Total Credits for Required Courses in the Major 36 Total Core Curriculum Credits 24 ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE MAJOR SUPPORT COURSES SPAN 247 Study Abroad OR 3 BUSI 216 Introduction to International Business 3 SPAN 277 Independent Study MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 MKTG 330 International Marketing 3 Total Credits for Elective Courses in the Major 3 Total Support Course Credits 9 Career Options: Export/Sales representative in a local or international company International trade and commerce Bilingual secretary Foreign services employee Faculty Profile Language, Literature and Communications Clarinda Jack - Department Chair Senior Lecturer - Communication, Literature MA, Dip Ed. BA. Research Interests: Teaching of literature, poetry and the works of Jean Rhys Luis Arreaza Lecturer - Spanish and Latin American Culture Título de Profesor, Especialidad: Inglés (5- yr undergraduate) Research Interests: Teaching methodologies; translation; Latin American Studies Roddy Batchasingh Senior Lecturer - Communication, Literature MA, BA Research Interests: Creative writing, Caribbean literature, Shakespeare and film Sophia Edwards Senior Lecturer Mass Communications, Journalism/PR, MA Research Interests: Alternative forms of media (online, music and film) and their impact on the Caribbean audience Mariel Ganpat Senior Lecturer - Spanish and French MA - Languages, MA - International Relations Research Interests: Translation and interpretation Beulah Garcia Senior Lecturer - Communication, History MPhil, MA, BA. Research Interests: History of Arima Louella Joseph Senior Lecturer- Communication, History MA, BA Research Interests: Poverty reduction in the Caribbean: relevance of Caribbean Single Market Economy (CSME) Jada Lee Condappa Lewis Senior Lecturer Journalism, Communication BA Research Interests: Culture, identity and communication in the Caribbean; the psychology of trauma and healing Simon Lee Senior Lecturer - Communication, Literature MA, BA. Research Interests: Contemporary Caribbean cultures (especially music); creole poetics and linguistics and Caribbean cultural theory 49

15 Earl Best Senior Lecturer Journalism, Communication BA Research Interests: The extent to which the secondary school system prepares its citizens for tertiary education Christian Dial Senior Lecturer Literature, Communication MA, BA Research Interests: Post colonialism, modernism and Yeats Karen Dougdeen-Gokool Lecturer - Spanish BA- Spanish Research Interests: Teaching methodologies; assessment; second language acquisition Augustina Debra Greaves Senior Lecturer - Mass Communications, Communication, Journalism/PR MA Research Interests: The impact of old and new media on how citizens vote in Trinidad and Tobago Abigail Gúzman Senior Lecturer - Spanish MA - Spanish, BA Spanish Research Interests: Hispanic and Spanish literature; literary analysis; cultural studies Winnifred Henry Senior Lecturer - Communication, Literature MPhil, BA Research Interests: Non-fiction works of V.S Naipaul Joel Nanton Senior Lecturer Journalism, Communication B.Sc. Research Interests: The importance and impact of formal media training on the local media industry Keith Ward Lecturer - Spanish PGCert - Education, BA-Spanish, MPhil Applied Linguistics (incomplete) Research Interests: Structural factors and their impact on teaching methodologies 50

16 CATALOGUE Department of Mathematics Mathematics embodies the spirit of the liberal arts. It is an art, a pure science, a language and an analytical tool for the natural and social sciences; it is a means of exploring philosophical questions and a beautiful edifice that is a tribute to human creativity. The curriculum offered by the Department of Mathematics is planned with the following varied objectives: To offer students an introduction to mathematics as an important area of human thought To prepare students for graduate study in pure or applied mathematics, and in such related fields as statistics and operations research. To serve the needs of students in fields that rely substantially on mathematics, such as the physical, biological, social and information sciences, engineering, and business administration. To provide liberal arts students with an introduction to the kinds of mathematical and quantitative thinking that are important in the contemporary world. Programmes The Department of Mathematics offers the following degree programme options: Bachelor Degree Programmes Associate Degree Programmes B.Sc. Mathematics AS Mathematics Bachelor of Science - Mathematics The Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics develops many useful career skills: attention to detail, comfort with numbers and computation, and a familiarity with standard mathematical models. It offers a solid base in both basic and advanced mathematics principles, preparing students to be innovative and imaginative in complex situations - ready for a world of challenges. Students also have an opportunity for further specialization in the discipline by taking courses such as Real and Numerical Analysis as well as Complex Variable Theory. Graduation Requirements: Bachelor of Science - Mathematics To be awarded the Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, students must successfully complete 120 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0 according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study Core curriculum courses Support courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 63 credits 48 credits 9 credits 120 credits 51

17 COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. MATH 126 Introduction to Financial Mathematics 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 MATH 143 Discrete Mathematics 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 MATH 150 Linear Algebra I 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 MATH 151 Linear Algebra II 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 MATH 161 Calculus II 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 MATH 257 Differential Equations I 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 MATH 258 Differential Equations II 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 MATH 260 Calculus III 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 MATH 261 Calculus IV 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 MATH 340 Abstract Algebra I 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MATH 160 Calculus I 3 MATH 341 Abstract Algebra II 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behaviour and Diversity 3 MATH 350 Numerical Analysis 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 MATH 360 Partial Differential Equations 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 MATH 450 Complex Variable Theory I 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 MATH 451 Complex Variable Theory II 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 MATH 460 Real Analysis I 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 MATH 461 Real Analysis II 3 STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 STAT 121 Introduction to Inferential Statistics 3 Total Core Curriculum Credits 48 STAT 200 Mathematical Probability and Statistics I 3 STAT 400 Mathematical Probability and Statistics II 3 SUPPORT COURSES STAT 401 Advanced Statistical Inference 3 ITEC 130 Programme Design 3 ITEC 133 Programming I 3 ITEC 235 Object Oriented Programming I 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 63 Total Support Course Credits 9 Associate in Science - Mathematics The Associate in Science degree in Mathematics is essentially the first two years of the bachelor s degree programme in mathematics. As students progress through the programme, they develop rigorous, logical thinking and problem-solving skills; an appreciation of and familiarity with complex structures and algorithms, and the ability to learn technical, detailed, or abstract material. Graduation Requirements: To be awarded the Associate of Science degree in Mathematics, students must successfully complete the 60 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0 according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study Core curriculum courses Support courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 33 credits 24 credits 3 credits 60 credits 52

18 CATALOGUE COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. MATH 126 Introduction to Financial Mathematics 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 MATH 143 Discrete Mathematics 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 MATH 150 Linear Algebra I 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MATH 151 Linear Algebra II 3 MATH 160 Calculus I 3 MATH 161 Calculus II 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 MATH 257 Differential Equations I 3 STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 MATH 258 Differential Equations II 3 And any other 6 credits from core curriculum 6 MATH 260 Calculus III 3 Total Core Curriculum Credits 24 MATH 261 Calculus IV 3 SUPPORT COURSES STAT 121 Introduction to Inferential Statistics 3 ITEC 130 Programme Design 3 STAT 200 Mathematical Probability and Statistics 3 Total Credits for Required Courses in the Major 33 Total Support Course Credits 3 Career Options: Primary or secondary school teacher Trainee in a range of occupations requiring strong mathematical and analytical skills such as: data analyst - information technology sector net developers - web-based industries research engineer - technology industries packaging design reinsurance and risk analysts - insurance industry credit analysts - banking industry merger and acquisition operations finance sector power plant manager technical liaison - engineer-manufacturing companies Full-Time Faculty Profile Mathematics Paula Sellier Department Chair, Senior Lecturer Mathematics, Calculus M.Ed, B.Sc. Research Interests: Differentiated instruction in Mathematics to improve success rates at the Tertiary level, Mathematics Education Laura Bridglal Senior Lecturer - Mathematics, Numerical Analysis M.Sc., B.Sc. Research Interests: Fluid mechanics Ramon Hernandez Senior Lecturer Mathematics, Statistics PhD, M.Ed., B.Sc. Research Interests: Applied mathematical theories, bio-statistical theories Chantal James Lecturer - Mathematics B.Sc. Research Interests: Mathematics education Doodnath Persad Senior Lecturer - Mathematics, Discrete Mathematics M.Sc., B.Ed. Research Interest: Using linear statistical hierarchical models to measure efficiency of secondary schools in Trinidad and Tobago Tracey Stoute Senior Lecturer - Mathematics, Applied Mathematics MBA, BSc. Research Interests: Econometrics 53

19 Lennox Celestin Senior Lecturer - Mathematics, Differential Equations MM, M Phil, B.Sc. Research Interests: Oscillatory integrals and the Path integral approach to option pricing; Stochastic analysis on a path space; Economic dynamics Anthea Clarke Senior Lecturer- Mathematics, Algebra M.Ed., B.Ed. Research Interests: Mathematics education Adrian Nathai Lecturer Mathematics, Financial Mathematics and Actuarial Science M.Sc. Actuarial Science Research Interests: Econometrics Jeffrey Leela Senior Lecturer - Mathematics, Linear Algebra M.Sc., B.Sc. Research Interests: Numerical analysis and fluid mechanics Brian Maurice Senior Lecturer - Mathematics, Financial Mathematics CIMA, B.Sc. Research Interests: : Factors affecting successful completion of statistics courses at COSTAATT Neil Sylvester Senior Lecturer - Mathematics MBA, M.Sc. Dip. Ed, B.Sc. Research Interests: Financial mathematics Hezron Veerasammy Senior Lecturer - Mathematics M.Sc., B.Sc. Research Interests: Applied mathematical theories 54

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