Dec 09, 2019  
2018-2019 College Catalog 
    
2018-2019 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


SLCC Prefix Key

Following is an alphabetical list of descriptions of courses offered by South Louisiana Community College. Each course is listed alphabetically, by a four-letter prefix and course number, followed by four numbers (x-x-x-x). These four numbers in parentheses indicate lecture hours per week, lab hours per week, equivalent internship/clinical/work experience per week and total credit hours, for a 15 week semester as shown below. If the semester length is reduced the number of hours will be proportionately increased (i.e. In a 12 week semester these hours are increased by a third, in an 8 week semester they will double and in a 4 week semester they will quadrupled). When enrolling, be careful of mixing semester lengths as the hour requirements for courses may overlap each other and not allow you to complete any course. Remember you are required to complete all the instructional activities and meet course class attendance requirements. Work with your advisor if you required enrolling in differing semester lengths to ensure there are no time clashes.

Course Prefix Course Number Course Title Hrs. of Lecture per wk. Hrs. of Lab per wk. Equivalent Hrs. of Internship/ Clinical/Work Experience per wk. * Credit hours
ENGL 1010 Rhet & Comp 3 0 0 3


* The hours that are required for Internship/ Clinical/ Work Experience have been expressed as if they occur each week in a typical 15 week semester. This may not be case and this experience may be full-time over several weeks of the semester. Please work with an Advisor to understand the commitment required to complete such activities and how they will influence your scheduling of other classes.

Classification of Courses; D, UN, UT

  • Those courses labeled with a “D” and numbered 0-0999 are developmental, and credits earned may not be used to satisfy degree requirements.
  • Courses numbered 1000-1999 are freshman-level courses designed primarily for students of this classification.
  • Courses numbered 2000-2999 are sophomore-level courses designed primarily for students of this classification
  • Courses labeled with “UN” are undergraduate courses that are nontransferable credits
  • Courses labeled “UT” are undergraduate transferable credits.

Pre-requisites, Concurrency, Co-requisites

Some courses have pre-requisites, concurrency, or co-requisites listed.

A Prerequisite is an academic requirement that must be satisfied prior to enrolling in a course. A student requesting a course must have completed all pre-requisites listed for that course or must otherwise demonstrate to the instructor and appropriate Divisional Dean that s/he has had the equivalent preparation.

The statement of Concurrency in the course description describes a student’s ability to take a course and its pre-requisites(s) in the same term. A statement of “none” means there is no ability to take the courses pre-requisites at the same time as the required course. In this case you must have must have completed the required pre-requisites in an earlier semester. If course codes appear are listed after the Concurrency requirement it indicates that these pre-requisites can be taken at the same time as the course.

A Co-requisite is an academic requirement that a course must be taken together with another course(s) in the same semester. This requires that a student must enroll in theses co-requisite courses in addition to the required course. Failure to do so will not allow you to enroll. A student who believes they have satisfied the pre requisite requirements must demonstrate this to the appropriate Divisional Dean that s/he has either had the prior or equivalent preparation or is currently satisfying the requirement. Descriptions of courses should be read in order to determine if there are required pre-requisites or co-requisites that must be satisfied.

Course Description and Louisiana Board of Regents Common Course Matrix equivalency
A short description of the course content will be made in the paragraphs below the course title. If the course has equivalency in the common course matrix of the Louisiana Board of Regents, the equivalent code will be stated along with the short course description.

 
   •  CIVL 2620 U.S. Public Land Surveys
   •  CJUS 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 2010 The Police Process
   •  CJUS 2035 Ethics in Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 2040 The Criminal Courts
   •  CJUS 2050 Criminal Behavior
   •  CJUS 2060 Juvenile Justice
   •  CJUS 2070 Criminal Law
   •  CJUS 2080 Police-Community Relation
   •  CJUS 2085 Special Topics
   •  CJUS 2090 Criminal Justice Practicum
   •  CLTS 1030 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Science
   •  CLTS 1073 Hematology 1
   •  CLTS 1130 Microbiology
   •  CLTS 1131 Microbiology Lab
   •  CLTS 1203 Immunology and Serology
   •  CLTS 1410 Clinical Chemistry I
   •  CLTS 1453 Body Fluid Analysis
   •  CLTS 2060 Clinical Microbiology II
   •  CLTS 2061 Clinical Microbiology Lab II Lab
   •  CLTS 2073 Hematology II
   •  CLTS 2203 Clinical Immunohematology
   •  CLTS 2410 Clinical Chemistry II
   •  CLTS 2411 Clinical Chemistry II Lab
   •  CLTS 2812 Hematology Practicum
   •  CLTS 2822 Chemistry Practicum
   •  CLTS 2832 Blood Bank Practicum
   •  CLTS 2842 Microbiology Practicum
   •  CLTS 2910 Seminar in Clinical Laboratory Science
   •  CMCN 1013 Fundamentals of Human Communication
   •  CMCN 1170 Introduction to Film Production
   •  CMCN 1270 Introduction to Film Editing
   •  CMCN 2050 Introduction to Mass Communication and Media
   •  CMCN 2145 Screenwriting & Scene Development
   •  CMCN 2213 Interpersonal Communication
   •  CORR 2030 Corrections Process
   •  CORR 2045 Correctional Law
   •  CORR 2055 Local Adult Detention Facilities
   •  CORR 2065 Correctional Counseling
   •  CORR 2075 Probation, Parole, and Treatment
   •  CORR 2085 Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
   •  CORR 2095 Management of Correctional Facilities
   •  COSM 1002 Properties of Skin, Scalp, and Hair
   •  COSM 1003 Shampooing, Rinsing, and Conditioning
   •  COSM 1004 Introduction, Decontamination, and Infection Control
   •  COSM 1102 Cells, Anatomy, and Physiology
   •  COSM 1103 Manicuring and Pedicuring
   •  COSM 1104 Wet Hair Styling
   •  COSM 1213 Hair Cutting
   •  COSM 1304 Facial Services, Massage, and Make-Up
   •  COSM 1315 Permanent Waving
   •  COSM 2104 Introduction to Salon Management
   •  COSM 2105 Hair Coloring
   •  COSM 2115 Clinic Floor Experience I
   •  COSM 2203 Artistry of Artificial Hair
   •  COSM 2215 Clinic Floor Experience II
   •  CULN 1103 Culinary Calculations
   •  CULN 1112 Essentials of Dining Room Service
   •  CULN 1203 Sanitation and Safety
   •  CULN 1207 Introduction to Culinary Skills
   •  CULN 1219 Culinary Production for Dining Facilities
   •  CULN 1223 Nutrition
   •  CULN 1233 Food and Beverage Operations
   •  CULN 2303 Baking & Pastry I
   •  CULN 2409 A la Carte
   •  CULN 2413 Baking & Pastry II
   •  DGMD 1100 Color & Design
   •  DGMD 1120 Introduction to Digital Graphics
   •  DGMD 1130 Typography & Page Layout
   •  DGMD 1140 Drawing I
   •  DGMD 1150 Drawing II
   •  DGMD 2001 Capstone in Digital Media
   •  DGMD 2300 Intro to Digital Video
   •  DGMD 2310 Introduction to 2-D Animation
   •  DGMD 2350 Introduction to Motion Graphics
   •  DGMD 2500 Introduction to Web Design
   •  DGMD 2510 Introduction to Web Design Software
   •  DGMD 2520 Website Design
   •  DGMD 2530 Introduction to Web Development Languages
   •  DGMD 2540 Website Production
   •  DGMD 2700 Foundations for 3D Art.
   •  DGMD 2701 Foundations of 3D Art Level 2
   •  DGMD 2710 Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator for 3D Art
   •  DGMD 2720 Digital Editing and Effects
   •  DGMD 2730 3D Modeling & Rigging
   •  DGMD 2740 3D Rendering
   •  DGMD 2750 Animation for 3D Art
   •  DGMD 2760 Compositing and Output for 3D Art
   •  DGMD 2770 3D Art Projects & Portfolio
   •  DGMD 2900 Digital Production Studio
   •  DGMD 2910 Portfolio & Critique
   •  DGMD 2920 Special Projects
   •  DPET 1003 Introduction to Diesel Engine Parts: Identification and Operating Principles
   •  DPET 1013 Safety Skills & Basic Shop and Mechanical Skills
   •  DPET 1103 Basic Hydraulics
   •  DPET 1106 Advanced Diesel Engines & Fuel Systems
   •  DPET 1309 Diesel Electrical Systems & Vehicle Electrical Components
   •  DPET 1313 Introduction to Diesel Equipment Power Trains
   •  DPET 2003 Truck Brake Systems
   •  DPET 2104 Diesel Truck Steering Systems & Suspension
 

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