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    Tulsa Community College
   
 
  Sep 25, 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
(S) Social and Behavioral Sciences

 

Communication

   •  COMM 2093 - Business and Professional Communication
   •  COMM 2103 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 2243 - Small Group Communication
   •  COMM 2333 - Forensics
   •  COMM 2343 - Forensics Performance Competition
   •  COMM 2351 - Forensics Competition Practicum
   •  COMM 2353 - Forensics II
   •  COMM 2363 - Forensics III
   •  COMM 2373 - Forensics IV
   •  COMM 2503 - Communication Theory
   •  COMM 2553 - Introduction to Rhetorical Theory
   •  COMM 2990 - Selected Topics in Communication

Computer Information Systems

   •  CSCI 1011 - Introduction to Personal Computers
   •  CSCI 1171 - Introduction to Web Page Design
   •  CSCI 1203 - Computer Concepts and Applications
   •  CSCI 1263 - Network Fundamentals
   •  CSCI 1273 - Customer Support
   •  CSCI 1483 - Introduction to UNIX (Linux)
   •  CSCI 1531 - Introduction to Excel
   •  CSCI 1541 - Advanced Excel
   •  CSCI 1551 - Introduction to Word
   •  CSCI 1561 - Advanced Word
   •  CSCI 1571 - Introduction to Access
   •  CSCI 1641 - Windows
   •  CSCI 1711 - Introduction to PowerPoint
   •  CSCI 1721 - Applied Integrated Software
   •  CSCI 1901 - Beginning UNIX (Linux)
   •  CSCI 2013 - Word
   •  CSCI 2033 - Excel
   •  CSCI 2043 - Access
   •  CSCI 2073 - Ethics in Information Technology
   •  CSCI 2133 - Introduction to JAVA
   •  CSCI 2143 - A+ II
   •  CSCI 2163 - Windows Operating Systems
   •  CSCI 2283 - Visual Basic
   •  CSCI 2473 - C Language
   •  CSCI 2483 - PowerPoint / Multimedia
   •  CSCI 2653 - Database for UNIX (Linux) Systems
   •  CSCI 2683 - Data Structures
   •  CSCI 2753 - Introduction to Networking
   •  CSCI 2773 - Advanced Database for UNIX (Linux) Systems
   •  CSCI 2783 - Advanced UNIX (Linux)
   •  CSCI 2843 - C++ Programming Language
   •  CSCI 2873 - Advanced C++
   •  CSCI 2953 - Analysis/Solution Architecture
   •  CSCI 2983 - Information Technology Capstone/Internship
   •  CSCI 2990 - Selected Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSYS 1013 - HTML and CSS
   •  CSYS 1022 - MS Word for Medical Documents
   •  CSYS 1103 - Introduction to Computer Electronics
   •  CSYS 1133 - Oracle: Introduction to SQL
   •  CSYS 1203 - Introduction to Computer Programming
   •  CSYS 1211 - Introduction to MAC OS
   •  CSYS 1393 - Web Design and Marketing
   •  CSYS 1443 - Electronic Commerce
   •  CSYS 1793 - Mobile Development - iPhone
   •  CSYS 2013 - Webserver Administration
   •  CSYS 2023 - A+ I
   •  CSYS 2033 - Scripting
   •  CSYS 2063 - Windows Server Administration
   •  CSYS 2073 - MS Office
   •  CSYS 2153 - Advanced XHTML Technologies
   •  CSYS 2223 - Graphical User Interface Development
   •  CSYS 2273 - Internet Business Applications
   •  CSYS 2293 - Social Media
   •  CSYS 2323 - Outlook
   •  CSYS 2343 - Visual Basic for Applications
   •  CSYS 2383 - Implementing and Supporting TCP/IP
   •  CSYS 2413 - Advanced JAVA
   •  CSYS 2433 - Microsoft Exchange Server
   •  CSYS 2463 - PHP Programming
   •  CSYS 2493 - Principles of Information Assurance
   •  CSYS 2503 - ASP.NET
   •  CSYS 2563 - Enterprise Security
   •  CSYS 2603 - Mobile Web Design
   •  CSYS 2613 - C# Programming
   •  CSYS 2623 - Mobile Development - Advanced iPhone
   •  CSYS 2643 - Database Design and SQL
   •  CSYS 2703 - Computers in the Law
   •  CSYS 2783 - Advanced C# Programming
   •  CSYS 2793 - Mobile Development - Android
   •  CSYS 2813 - Mobile Development - Windows Mobile
   •  CSYS 2823 - Mobile Game Development
   •  CSYS 2843 - Mobile Development Capstone
   •  CSYS 2853 - Ruby
   •  CSYS 2863 - Rails I
   •  CSYS 2873 - Rails II
   •  CSYS 2943 - Windows Server Advanced Administration
   •  CSYS 2953 - Windows Server Advanced Services
   •  CSYS 2990 - Selected Topics in Computer Science

Criminal Justice

   •  CRIM 1013 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 1213 - Police Fundamentals
   •  CRIM 1253 - Police Methods and Equipment
   •  CRIM 2023 - Traffic Investigation
   •  CRIM 2063 - Law Enforcement Supervision
   •  CRIM 2103 - Criminal Evidence
   •  CRIM 2113 - Criminalistics
   •  CRIM 2123 - Criminal Law I
   •  CRIM 2133 - Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation
   •  CRIM 2143 - Criminal Law II
 

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