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    Tulsa Community College
   
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
2017-2018 College Catalog 
  
2017-2018 College Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Naming System:

Course content areas at Tulsa Community College are categorized in “disciplines,” a related group of courses in a specified subject area, such as English (ENGL) or Physics (PHYS). Each course is first assigned a specific discipline name and then a specific four-digit course number, as in ENGL 1113, and a course name, as in Composition I. A brief description of the course content follows the course name and number. If a course is offered as part of a required sequence of courses, the prerequisite requirements for that course are also listed within the catalog course description. Not all courses listed in the catalog are offered each term, and certain courses may be offered on only one campus. Please check the current term class schedule for this information.

Course Numbering System:

  • First digit - The year in which the course is usually taken.*
  • Second and third digit - The individual course number within a discipline.
  • Fourth - The credit hours awarded for a course.

*Exception: Zero-level (non-credit) courses which may be taken in any term, but usually within the first two semesters.

Credit Hour:

A credit hour consists of a one-hour class period per week for 16 weeks per semester, with the exception of laboratories, practicums, or physical education activity classes in which generally two one-hour periods per week for 16 weeks equals one credit hour. The number of class hours and laboratory hours doubles for a class in an eight-week term.  Note: The time required each week for laboratory may vary from course to course. Please refer to the course syllabus for more information.

General Education Courses:

Courses used to fulfill general education requirements at TCC are listed in the catalog section titled, General Education Requirements. A code letter following a course title designates the general education category for which the course may generally be used for transfer to another university, as follows:

(A) Analytical and Quantitative Thought
(D) Diversity
(H) Humanities
(I)  International or Non-Western Dimension
(L) Laboratory Science
(N) Natural Science
(S) Social and Behavioral Sciences

 

Sociology

   •  SOCI 2243 - Introduction to Social Work (S)
   •  SOCI 2263 - Medical Ethics (H)
   •  SOCI 2713 - Aging, Death and Dying (S)
   •  SOCI 2813 - Human Sexuality (S)
   •  SOCI 2990 - Selected Topics in Sociology

Spanish

   •  SPAN 1001 - Spanish for Communication
   •  SPAN 1003 - Spanish for Classroom Teachers
   •  SPAN 1031 - Spanish Pronunciation
   •  SPAN 1061 - Spanish for Biblical Study
   •  SPAN 1103 - Spanish I
   •  SPAN 1201 - Spanish for Communication II
   •  SPAN 1213 - Spanish II
   •  SPAN 1301 - Spanish for Communication III
   •  SPAN 1313 - Spanish III
   •  SPAN 1401 - Spanish for Communication IV
   •  SPAN 1413 - Spanish IV
   •  SPAN 2041 - Spanish - Introduction to the Arts
   •  SPAN 2071 - Spanish-Mexican History and Geography Introduction
   •  SPAN 2113 - Intermediate Spanish I
   •  SPAN 2121 - Intermediate Spanish Communication
   •  SPAN 2143 - Latin American Civilization and Culture
   •  SPAN 2213 - Intermediate Spanish II
   •  SPAN 2320 - International Work and/or Study Seminar
   •  SPAN 2330 - Spanish International Seminar and/or Field Studies.
   •  SPAN 2413 - Translating Spanish to English
   •  SPAN 2421 - Spanish Culture Comparisons
   •  SPAN 2443 - Interpreting Spanish to English
   •  SPAN 2453 - Interpreting English to Spanish
   •  SPAN 2463 - Courtroom Interpreting Skills Introduction
   •  SPAN 2473 - Medical Interpreting Skills Introduction
   •  SPAN 2483 - Community Interpreting Skills Introduction
   •  SPAN 2523 - Intermediate Spanish Grammar and Composition
   •  SPAN 2533 - Advanced Spanish Conversation
   •  SPAN 2543 - Translating English to Spanish
   •  SPAN 2663 - Spanish Service Learning
   •  SPAN 2990 - Selected Topics in Spanish

Teaching

   •  TCHG 2990 - Selected Topics in Education

Theatre

   •  THEA 1023 - Acting for Non-Majors
   •  THEA 1033 - Stagecraft I
   •  THEA 1043 - Stagecraft II
   •  THEA 1053 - Acting I
   •  THEA 1061 - Tulsa Community College Community Theatre
   •  THEA 1073 - Entertainment Electrical Fundamentals
   •  THEA 1081 - Theatre Practice I
   •  THEA 1093 - Introduction to Theatre (H)
   •  THEA 1113 - Theatre Graphics
   •  THEA 1123 - Introduction to Sound Reinforcement
   •  THEA 1133 - Costume Techniques I
   •  THEA 1143 - Introduction to Rigging and Fly Systems
   •  THEA 1163 - Welding I
   •  THEA 1241 - Private Acting
   •  THEA 1242 - Private Acting
   •  THEA 1343 - Stage Movement I
   •  THEA 1353 - Stage Movement II
   •  THEA 1411 - Musical Theatre Dance for Performance I
   •  THEA 1421 - Ballet for Performance I
   •  THEA 1431 - Jazz Dance and Movement for Performance I
   •  THEA 1441 - Modern Dance for Performance I
   •  THEA 1563 - Musical Theatre
   •  THEA 2003 - Audition Techniques
   •  THEA 2013 - Make-Up I
   •  THEA 2043 - Costume History
   •  THEA 2053 - Acting II
   •  THEA 2063 - Fundamentals of Stage Lighting
   •  THEA 2073 - Introduction to Production Design
   •  THEA 2081 - Theatre Practice II
   •  THEA 2093 - Make-Up II
   •  THEA 2133 - Advanced Lighting for the Stage
   •  THEA 2143 - Costume Techniques II
   •  THEA 2153 - Advanced Sound Reinforcement
   •  THEA 2173 - Arena Rigging
   •  THEA 2231 - Alexander Technique
   •  THEA 2233 - Entertainment Computer-Aided Design
   •  THEA 2253 - Stage Management
   •  THEA 2273 - Stage Production Technology Internship
   •  THEA 2313 - Voice and Diction I
   •  THEA 2323 - Voice and Diction II
   •  THEA 2333 - Improvisation for the Theatre
   •  THEA 2343 - Introduction to Costume Design
   •  THEA 2351 - Die Laughing Improv Troupe
   •  THEA 2453 - Creative Writing: Scriptwriting I
   •  THEA 2463 - Creative Writing: Scriptwriting II
   •  THEA 2990 - Selected Topics in Theatre

Veterinary Technology

   •  VETT 1125 - Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology
   •  VETT 1132 - Introduction to Veterinary Technology
   •  VETT 1161 - Clinical Calculations for Veterinary Technicians
   •  VETT 1183 - Principles of Small Animal Care
   •  VETT 1193 - Principles of Large Animal Care
   •  VETT 1223 - Veterinary Hospital Technology I
   •  VETT 1232 - Clinical Pathology I
   •  VETT 1242 - Clinical Pathology II
   •  VETT 1263 - Veterinary Office and Computer Skills
   •  VETT 2125 - Practicum: Animal Clinics and Nursing
   •  VETT 2224 - Microbiology and Sanitation
   •  VETT 2234 - Clinical Pathology III
   •  VETT 2254 - Laboratory, Wild, and Exotic Animal Technology
   •  VETT 2313 - Veterinary Hospital Technology II
   •  VETT 2333 - Veterinary Pharmacology
   •  VETT 2352 - Radiology, Ultrasound and Diagnostic Imaging
   •  VETT 2364 - Large Animal Technology
 

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