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    Midland College
   
 
  Sep 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Midland College Catalog (Official, Published May 9, 2017)

Course Descriptions


Guide to Course Abbreviations

College-level Credit Courses

Courses numbered 1100-4399 are college-level credit courses. A credit course is a part of an approved educational program or major. The second number in the four-digit sequence represents the number of semester credit hours (SCH) awarded for a particular course. For example, COMM 1307 is a 3 semester credit hour course in Communication, and ACNT 2401 is a 4 semester credit hour course in Accounting.

Developmental Education Courses

Courses numbered 0100-0499 are offered for credit but do not count toward completion of a program or major. These are designed for students who score lower than college-level on English, Math, and Reading placement exams. For each student who fails to meet passing standards on placement exams, Midland College has established a program to advise the student and determine a plan regarding the sequence of development education courses necessary to assure the readiness of that student in performing freshman-level academic course work.

Course Descriptions

Numbers in parentheses identify the number of classroom and lab hours per week. For example, (3-2) indicates three hours in the classroom plus two hours in the lab.

When present, a third number indicates clinical, practicum or internship hours.

 

Health Services Management

   •  MHSM 4304 - Risk Management for Health Professionals
   •  MHSM 4310 - Human Resources in Health Care Management
   •  MHSM 4351 - Public and Community Health Management
   •  MHSM 4352 - Healthcare Finance
   •  MHSM 4353 - Healthcare Operations Management
   •  MHSM 4354 - Strategic Planning & Leadership in Healthcare
   •  MHSM 4355 - Health Information Systems Management
   •  MHSM 4356 - Healthcare Analytics and Database Design
   •  MHSM 4357 - Clinical Informatics & Decision Support Systems
   •  MHSM 4360 - Data Governance and Information Management in Healthcare
   •  MHSM 4551 - Health Care Management Residency
   •  MHSM 4561 - Health Information Management Capstone and Clinical

History

   •  HIST 1301 - United States History I
   •  HIST 1302 - United States History II
   •  HIST 2301 - Texas History
   •  HIST 2311 - Western Civilization I
   •  HIST 2312 - Western Civilization II
   •  HIST 2327 - Mexican- American History
   •  HIST 2328 - Mexican American History II

Humanities

   •  HUMA 1301 - Introduction to Humanities I
   •  HUMA 1302 - Introduction to Humanities II

Information Technology

   •  CPMT 1345 - Computer Systems Maintenance
   •  CPMT 1351 - IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software
   •  CPMT 2380 - Cooperative Education - Computer Maintenance Technology/Technician
   •  CPMT 2445 - Computer Systems Troubleshooting
   •  IMED 1316 - Web Design I
   •  ITCC 1308 - Introduction to Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
   •  ITCC 1314 - CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks
   •  ITCC 1340 - CCNA 2: Routing and Switching Essentials
   •  ITCC 2312 - CCNA 3: Scaling Networks
   •  ITCC 2313 - CCNA 4: Connecting Networks
   •  ITNW 1308 - Implementing and Supporting Client Operating Systems
   •  ITNW 1313 - Computer Virtualization
   •  ITNW 1325 - Fundamentals of Networking Technologies
   •  ITNW 1351 - Fundamentals of Wireless LANs
   •  ITNW 1354 - Implementing and Supporting Servers
   •  ITNW 1358 - Network+
   •  ITNW 1380 - Cooperative Education - Business Systems Networking and Telecommunications
   •  ITNW 2413 - Networking Hardware
   •  ITSC 1301 - Introduction to Computers
   •  ITSC 1325 - Personal Computer Hardware
   •  ITSC 1358 - UNIX System Administration I
   •  ITSC 1409 - Integrated Software Applications I
   •  ITSC 2437 - UNIX Operating System II
   •  ITSE 1302 - Computer Programming
   •  ITSE 1303 - Introduction to MySQL
   •  ITSE 1331 - Introduction to Visual BASIC Programming
   •  ITSE 1350 - Systems Analysis and Design
   •  ITSE 2349 - Advanced Visual BASIC Programming
   •  ITSY 1300 - Fundamentals of Information Security
   •  ITSY 1342 - Information Technology Security
   •  ITSY 2301 - Firewalls and Network Security
   •  ITSY 2400 - Operating System Security

Kinesiology/Physical Education

Kinesiology/Physical Education activity classes at Midland College are designed to supplement the overall education experience through the development and measurement of the skills involved. Classes also include strategies and concepts as they relate to those activities. Students are allowed a maximum of 4 semester credit hours in activity courses toward their degree. Students are allowed a maximum of 8 semester credit hours toward their degree. Each course number may be taken twice for credit but the 1100 numbers must be taken first.

The "Physical Fitness" course offerings are designed to develop a holistic approach to living. Specifically the courses cover the components of cardio-respiratory conditioning, muscular strength/endurance training, flexibility development, nutrition and weight control, and other related topics.

Courses in the 1170 and 2170 series may only be taken by students who are members of the respective varsity athletic teams.

   •  KINE 1103 - Physical Fitness: Circuit Weight Training
   •  KINE 1105 - Physical Fitness: Individualized Fitness
   •  KINE 1106 - Physical Fitness: Pilates
   •  KINE 1113 - Physical Fitness: Yoga
   •  KINE 1118 - Tae Kwon Do
   •  KINE 1120 - Self Defense
   •  KINE 1125 - Basketball
   •  KINE 1127 - Golf
   •  KINE 1130 - Tennis
   •  KINE 1131 - Volleyball
   •  KINE 1133 - Softball
   •  KINE 1135 - Baseball
   •  KINE 1164 - Introduction to Physical Fitness and Wellness
   •  KINE 1301 - Foundations of Kinesiology
   •  KINE 1306 - First Aid
   •  KINE 1331 - Physical Education for Elementary Education Majors
   •  KINE 2105 - Physical Fitness: Individualized Fitness
   •  KINE 2125 - Basketball
   •  KINE 2127 - Golf
   •  KINE 2131 - Volleyball
   •  KINE 2133 - Softball
   •  KINE 2135 - Baseball
   •  KINE 2356 - The Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries

Mathematics

   •  MATH 0180 - Mathematical Calculations
   •  MATH 0481 - Math for Statistics and Contemporary Math/Quantitative Reasoning
   •  MATH 0482 - Math for Science, Business and Education (K-8) Majors
   •  MATH 1314 - College Algebra
   •  MATH 1316 - Trigonometry
   •  MATH 1324 - Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences I
   •  MATH 1325 - Calculus for Business & Social Sciences
   •  MATH 1332 - Quantitative Reasoning
   •  MATH 1342 - Statistics
   •  MATH 1350 - Mathematics for Teachers I
   •  MATH 1351 - Mathematics for Teachers II
   •  MATH 1414 - College Algebra
   •  MATH 1442 - Statistics
   •  MATH 2412 - Pre-Calculus
   •  MATH 2413 - Calculus I
   •  MATH 2414 - Calculus II
   •  MATH 2415 - Calculus III
   •  MATH 2420 - Differential Equations

Modern & Classical Languages: American Sign Language

   •  SGNL 1401 - Beginning American Sign Language I
   •  SGNL 1402 - Beginning American Sign Language II
   •  SGNL 2301 - Intermediate American Sign Language I
   •  SGNL 2302 - Intermediate American Sign Language II

Modern & Classical Languages: French

   •  FREN 1411 - Beginning French I
   •  FREN 1412 - Beginning French II
 

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