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Private instruction in brass, woodwinds, strings, percussion, piano, voice, guitar, or organ is offered in this course. This study consists of 14 one-half-hour lessons, plus a final examination. Music studio fee.
Private instruction in brass, woodwinds, strings, percussion, piano, guitar, voice, or organ is offered in this course. This study consists of 14 one-half-hour lessons, plus a final examination. This course is reserved for students who are already enrolled in MUS 126. Music studio fee.
Private instruction in brass, woodwinds, strings, percussion, piano, guitar, voice, or organ is offered in this course. This study consists of 14 one-hour lessons, plus a final examination and recital participation. Music studio fee.
Private instruction in brass, woodwinds, strings, percussion, piano, voice, or organ is offered in this course. This study consists of 14 one-hour lessons, plus a final examination and recital participation. This course is reserved for students who are already enrolled in MUS 128. Music studio fee.
This course is open to intermediate and advanced violin, viola, cello and bass players. String Chamber Orchestra is an ensemble meeting once a week for 3 hours. There will be 2-4 performances at the end of each semester with original works covering literature from the baroque through the contemporary. String Ensemble may be repeated once for credit and may be elected without credit.
This course covers aspects of Western music beginning with late Classic Period and the early Romantic (approximately 1800) and continuing to today's music. It is a continuation of MUS 151 (History of Music I). The emphasis will be on the development of the music literature, composers, how they influenced, and who they, in turn, influenced. The place of music as a part of the active society will be discussed. Knowledge and understanding of the standard repertoire from this period will be stressed. Knowledge of music fundamentals and structure are recommended. Prerequisite: MUS 151.
Class Piano II for Music Majors is a continuation of the skills developed in Class Piano I for Music Majors. Students will explore more advanced concepts including: major and minor scales, accompaniment patterns, use of pedals, sight reading, and repertoire preparation. This course culminates with a piano proficiency examination. Pre-requisites: MUS 101 and MUS 162.
Students will study the various aspects of the music business. Topics to be explored will include intellectural property, copywrite law, publishing, arts management and other topics. Students will also have the opportunity to study a variety of career options in music.
This course includes the study and analysis of more advanced musical forms. Analysis and application of more advanced compositional techniques will be stressed. Music from all periods will be included. Compositions using the forms studied will be created utilizing the materials covered in MUS 201. Prerequisite: MUS 201.
This course continues the development of music reading and dictation. More complex diatonic music and new clefs and modes will be the focus of the class. Progressive exercises and examples of written music are sung at sight and written down as musical dictation. Rhythmic understanding is stressed. Techniques for developing the skill necessary for this are learned through in-class drill and outside practice. Prerequisite: MUS 222.
This course is the third course of the four semester Cisco Sytems CCNA preparation program. This track is a robust implementation that follows the proven, world recognized Cisco Networking Academy curriculum and incorporates significant online components, including testing. It is designed for students seeking a technical degree in the field of Computer Networking, and for the student seeking CCNA/CCNP certification.
This course shows how to scale networks containing switched and routed segments. It covers link redundancy and aggregation, simple wireless networks, and implementing OSPF and EIGRP routing for intermediate sized networks. Prerequisite: NET 102.
This course discusses the WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in Enterprise Networks. Students learn how to implement and configure common data link protocols and how to apply WAN security concepts, principles of traffic, access control and addressing services. These include Network and Port Address Translation, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, Access Control Lists and introductions to IP version 6, VPN and broadband. Students learn how to detect, troubleshoot, and correct common enterprise network implementation issues. Emphasis is given to the use of decision making and problem solving techniques. Prerequisite: NET 101,NET 102,NET 103.
The student will learn how to implement, administer, and troubleshoot the current version of Windows Professional as a desktop operating system in any network environment. The student will also learn to implement, administer, and troubleshoot the current version of Windows Server as a member server of a domain in an Active Directory environment. Topics include server roles as a file and print server and as an application server. Prerequisite: NET 102 and CIS 116 or equivalent computer experience.
This course is the second course of the four semester Cisco Systems CCNP Version 6 program. This course includes laboratory exercises that focus primarily on scalable WAN technologies and the CISCO IOS (TM) software features that are most useful in building these internetworks. These features include Multicasting, border Gateway Protocol (BGP) routing and IP version 6. Students will also study route optimization, route redistribution, route summarization and advanced IP addressing management. Other topics such as (but not limited to) WAN security and review of LAN routing protocols may be covered if time permits. The course, in conjunction with NET202, aligns with the Cisco ROUTE industry certification exam, which is a milestone part of the Cisco CCNP advanced certification. Course fee. Prerequisites: NET202 and a working knowledge of advanced LAN routing and network administration principles and practice as determined by the instructor.
This course teaches students how to baseline, document, and troubleshoot an environment using Cisco routers and switches for multiprotocol client hosts and servers connected with the following technologies: Ethernet and Fast Ethernet LANs, and Serial, Frame Relay, and ISDN BRI WANs. Course fee. Prerequisite: NET 206.
The student will develop the knowledge required by system administrators, network administrators, and IT professionals who implement, manage, and troubleshoot existing network and server environments based on the Microsoft Windows platform. These skills are generally required in medium-to-large size organizations that maintain several user desktops and servers, spanning multiple physical locations via Large Area Networks (LANs) and the Internet or Intranets. Additionally, this course provides the skills and knowledge required to prepare for a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Exam. Prerequisite: NET 170 or equivalent.
Students will analyze the business requirements and design a directory service architecture, including unified directory services such as Active Directory and Windows NT domains; connectivity between and within systems, system components, and applications; and data replication such as directory replication and database replication. In this course students acquire the skills required to analyze the business requirements for desktop management and to design a solution for desktop management that meets business requirements. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to deploy and manage Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000 in an enterprise environment. Three of the major job roles performed by IT professionals to be addressed by this course include Web administrators, network administrators, and security administrators. Prerequisite: NET 224.
The learner builds upon previous concepts of Nursing One with emphasis on applying the knowledge of pathophysiology towards the management of care of individuals. The concepts of physiological, psychosocial integrity, a safe effective care environment, health promotion/maintenance are examined. A continued exploration of the Nursing Process is utilized to assist the learner to think critically and apply theory to practice. An interdisciplinary, collaboration of care approach, focuses on restoring optimal functionality of individuals involving families and communities.
Lecture: 5 hours
Lab/Clinical: 8 hours
This course is offered in the spring only.
Pre & Co requisites: NUR 152, NUR 153, BIO 108, PSY 210, ENG 102, LIB 111
The learner develops and evaluates patient centered holistic approach to nursing care utilizing previous theory and knowledge with emphasis on quality outcomes and seamless transitions of care. The plan of care is operationalized focusing on analysis, evaluation, and modification of individual needs involving families and communities. Concepts of leadership and development are explored using an interdisciplinary approach.
Lecture: 6 hours
Lab/clinical: 12 hours
This course is offered only in the spring.
Pre & Co requisites: NUR 252, MAT 105 or higher.
Topics in this course include a review of arithmetic formulas, the concept of a variable, word problems, signed numbers, consumer mathematics, linear equations, and geometry(area, volume, and perimeter). The course is for students who need to bring their skills up to a level necessary for placement in MAT 098. A grade of C or better must be earned before advancement to MAT 098. Prerequisite: Entering Student Assessment.