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    Pellissippi State Community College
   
 
  Nov 25, 2017
 
 
    
2013-2014 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


General Information

Learning support prerequisites: Enrollment in most college-level courses requires qualifying test scores or completion of learning support coursework. To determine eligibility for college-level courses, students who have tested into learning support courses should check the advising chart in the Academic Information and Services section of the Catalog or on the following Web page: www.pstcc.edu/advising/resources/dsp/.

Tennessee Board of Regents designations: Courses denoted with the ♦ symbol are general education courses transferable within the Tennessee Board of Regents system. Every TBR institution incorporates a common 41-hour general education core into its degree requirements and accepts all courses designated with the ♦ symbol as meeting these requirements. A complete matrix of courses that satisfy general education requirements at all TBR institutions is available on the TBR Web page, www.tbr.edu/offices/academicaffairs.aspx?id=7879&terms=general education.

University of Tennessee designations: Courses denoted with the ★ symbol are Pellissippi State courses that receive direct course equivalency at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Courses

 

Management

   •  MGT 2180 - Team Practicum
   •  MGT 2240 - Business Capstone
   •  MGT 2471 - Management Internship

Marketing

   •  MKT 2200 - Principles of Marketing
   •  MKT 2270 - Marketing Information & Forecasting
   •  MKT 2420 - Customer Service
   •  MKT 2450 - E-Commerce
   •  MKT 2471 - Marketing Internship
   •  MKT 2570 - Sales/Event Marketing
   •  MKT 2600 - Supply Chain/Logistics

Mathematics

   •  MATH 0800 - Learning Support Math
   •  MATH 0820 - Learning Support Math: Problem Solving
   •  MATH 1010 - Survey of Mathematics ♦ ★
   •  MATH 1030 - Introduction to College Mathematics
   •  MATH 1130 - College Algebra ♦ ★
   •  MATH 1410 - Numbers & Operations for Teachers
   •  MATH 1420 - Geometry for Teachers ★
   •  MATH 1530 - Elementary Probability & Statistics ♦ ★
   •  MATH 1630 - Finite Mathematics ♦ ★
   •  MATH 1710 - Precalculus Algebra ♦ ★
   •  MATH 1720 - Precalculus Trigonometry ♦ ★
   •  MATH 1730 - Precalculus ♦ ★
   •  MATH 1830 - Basic Calculus & Modeling ♦ ★
   •  MATH 1910 - Calculus I ♦ ★
   •  MATH 1920 - Calculus II ★
   •  MATH 2000 - Matrix Computations ★
   •  MATH 2010 - Matrix Algebra ★
   •  MATH 2050 - Introduction to Statistics ★
   •  MATH 2110 - Calculus III ★
   •  MATH 2120 - Differential Equations ★

Mechanical Engineering Technology

   •  MET 1005 - Shop Fundamentals & Basic Safety
   •  MET 1012 - Materials & Manufacturing Processes
   •  MET 1022 - Shop Practices W/Lab
   •  MET 1040 - Applied Statics
   •  MET 1050 - Strength of Materials
   •  MET 1060 - Maintenance Printreading Applications W/Lab
   •  MET 1100 - Fundamentals of Mechanical Drawing W/Lab
   •  MET 1220 - Advanced Mechanical Drawing W/Lab
   •  MET 2022 - Fluid Mechanics & Power Applications W/Lab
   •  MET 2026 - Applied Mechanics W/Lab
   •  MET 2030 - Machine Elements W/Lab
   •  MET 2070 - Welding Methods & Practices
   •  MET 2111 - Industrial Safety Management
   •  MET 2240 - Parametric Modeling W/Lab
   •  MET 2310 - Geometrics & Coordinate Measuring
   •  MET 2610 - Special Projects: MET
   •  MET 2700 - CNC Milling
   •  MET 2720 - CNC Turning
   •  MET 2742 - Advanced CNC Machining
   •  MET 2750 - CNC Machining & Automation
   •  MET 2800 - Fundamentals of Testing
   •  MET 2810 - Destructive & Non-Destructive Testing
   •  MET 2820 - Statistical Process Control

Media Technology

   •  MDT 1000 - Introduction to Media Technologies
   •  MDT 1600 - Game & Simulation Design & Development Introduction
   •  MDT 1620 - Game & Simulation Design I
   •  MDT 1950 - Design for Digital Screens
   •  MDT 2100 - Photoshop Essentials
   •  MDT 2670 - Game & Simulation Design in 3D
   •  MDT 2680 - Game & Simulation Practicum
   •  MDT 2800 - Professional Practices
   •  MDT 2998 - Media Technologies Internship

Military Science-Air Force

   •  MSAF 1010 - The Air Force Today I ★
   •  MSAF 1020 - The Air Force Today II ★
   •  MSAF 1030 - Leadership Laboratory I ★
   •  MSAF 1040 - Leadership Laboratory II ★
   •  MSAF 2010 - The Development of Air Power I ★
   •  MSAF 2020 - The Development of Air Power II ★
   •  MSAF 2030 - Leadership Laboratory III ★
   •  MSAF 2040 - Leadership Laboratory IV ★

Military Science-Army

   •  MSCI 1100 - Foundations of Officership ★
   •  MSCI 1200 - Basic Leadership ★
   •  MSCI 1300 - Army Conditioning Program ★
   •  MSCI 2100 - Individual Leadership Studies ★
   •  MSCI 2200 - Leadership & Teamwork ★

Modern Language and Culture

   •  MLC 1010 - Elementary Modern Language I
   •  MLC 1020 - Elementary Modern Language II
   •  MLC 2010 - Intermediate Modern Language I
   •  MLC 2020 - Intermediate Modern Language II
   •  MLC 2510 - Modern Language Conversation

Music

   •  MUS 1000 - Fundamentals of Music ★
   •  MUS 1030 - Music Appreciation ♦ ★
   •  MUS 1110 - Music Theory I
   •  MUS 1120 - Music Theory II
   •  MUS 1300 - Ear Training I
   •  MUS 1400 - Ear Training II
   •  MUS 2000 - Introduction to Music Literature ★
   •  MUS 2110 - Music Theory III
   •  MUS 2120 - Music Theory IV
   •  MUS 2300 - Ear Training III
   •  MUS 2400 - Ear Training IV
   •  MUS 2500 - Conducting

Applied Music: Class Instruction

Class instruction in music is available to any student.

   •  MUS 1610 - Class Piano I ★
   •  MUS 1620 - Class Piano II ★

Applied Music: Ensembles

Music ensembles are available to the entire student body and may be repeated for credit. Students majoring in Music must participate in at least one ensemble during each semester in which they are enrolled in 6 or more credit hours.

   •  MUS 1511 - Concert Chorale
   •  MUS 1521 - Variations
   •  MUS 1540 - Jazz Band
   •  MUS 1545 - Bluegrass Ensemble
   •  MUS 1555 - Guitar Ensemble
   •  MUS 1565 - Brass Ensemble
 

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