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| Areas of Study | Liberal Arts division (LAS) - 205 courses
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ANTH103 Anthropology (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursThis course seeks to expose students to human biological and cultural diversity in space and through time. Through varied print and online materials the course examines what it means to be human from the scientific and humanistic perspective that anthropology provides. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S1 900N

ANTH105 Introduction to Archaeology (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to the six field of archaeology--the study of ancient cultures and how they evolved, based on their material remains. Theory in archaeological research, data collection, and analysis will be explained. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S1 903

ANTH107 Cultural Anthropology (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursSurvey of selected non-Western societies from around the world.  Societies reviewed might include china, Japan, Yanomamo, Wamani, !Kung, Navajo, Apache, Inuit, Tlingit, South India, papua New Guinea, and Morocco.  Films will accompany ethnographies from each culture.  The choices that people in cultures make to organize and solve problems, such as the definition of family relations and obligations, the distribution of goods and services, the administration of justice, the allocation of resources, the ways towards religiosity, and the relations of families and groups to the larger social networks will be examined. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S1 901N

ARTS105 Theater Appreciation (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursTheater Appreciation offers students the opportunity to explore and appreciate the role of theater in society within its cultural, aesthetic, dramatic, economic, and political manifestations in selected plays.  The main aspects of theater, theater personnel and script analysis, will be explored along with theatrical forms of cultural and social significance in a historial and contemporary issue context in America and world cultures.  The primary goal of this course is to provide an understanding of the art of theater and the continuing role it plays in our society.  Attendance and critiques of theater plays are required. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [ ] IAI:

ARTS111 Art History I (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursCave painting, Greek sculpture, the ancient ruins of Egypt, Medieval churches are all included in this survey course. Painting, sculpture, crafts, and architecture from the dawn of man to the thirteenth century are observed through slides and films. Credit will not be granted for ARTS 115 and ARTS 111 or 112. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T] IAI: F2 901 ART 901

ARTS112 Art History II (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThe study of the arts of the Renaissance in Italy which set the stage for the development of modern art. Masterpieces of art are shown through slides and films. In-depth discussions and readings probe artists and their ideas. Credit will not be granted for ARTS 115 and ARTS 111 or 112. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T] IAI: F2 902 ART 902

ARTS115 Art Appreciation (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to the visual arts and their place in history and society.  Students develop their critical powers by discussion, reading, and viewing masterpieces through power points. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T] IAI: F2 900

ARTS117 Drawing I (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursTheory and practice of the elements of drawing. Basic drawing techniques using pencil and other mediums with topics drawn from art principles. Class meets 5 hours per week. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: [T] IAI: ART 904

ARTS118 Drawing II (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursTheory and practice in the elements of drawing. Introduces principles of color, composition, and use of additional media. Emphasis is given to developing skills in a wider range of materials and techniques, visual inventiveness, self-direction, and individual expression. Class meets 5 hours per week. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: [T] IAI: ART 905

ARTS119 Basic Design 2-D (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursFundamentals of two dimensional design. An introduction to theory and application of point, line, shape, tone, texture principles of visual design involved in two dimensional surface. Class meets 5 hours per week. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: [T] IAI: ART 907

ARTS120 Basic Design 3-D I (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursFundamentals of three-dimensional design. Theory and studio practice covering principles of plane, form, mass, volume, space, light, and structureclay, plaster, wood, metals, etc. are used in three-dimensional forming, building, and construction. Class meets 5 hours per week.  1 lecture hour, 5 lab hours. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: [T] IAI: ART 908

ARTS121 Basic Design 3-D II (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAdvanced study of 3-D concepts: Volume, Mass, Texture, Line, Positive-Negative Space, Modeling, Carving, Fabrication.  Emphasizes student’s personal involvement with sculptural materials. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: [T] IAI:

ARTS125 Ceramics I (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThis course is an introduction to the theory and practice of the ceramic process.  Through the planning and execution of a variety of projects, students will be introduced to the basics of hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques, the relationship between form and function, and the essentials of decoration and glazes. The history and styles of ceramics from other cultures will be explored. Class meets 5 hours per week Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: [T] IAI: ART 912

ARTS126 Ceramics II (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThis course builds upon the theory and practice of the ceramic process acquired in Ceramics I.  Students will develop further skills in hand-building and wheel throwing techniques. Along with analysis of historical and contemporary ceramics in a cross cultural context, students will experiment with diverse ceramic forms and styles, such as functional and non-functional pottery, sculptural uses of clay, and decorative techniques using slips and glazes on a variety of clay bodies.  Class meets 5 hours per week. Prerequisites: ARTS125 Notes: [T] IAI:

ARTS130 Sculpture I (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursA basic course for beginners in the study, methods, materials and techniques of sculpture.  Includes concepts of volume and mass; positive and negative space; surface texture and line; modeling, carving, fabrication, mold-making and casting; and properties and techniques of clay, plaster, wood, metal, ceramics, and stone. Class meets 5 hours per week. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: [T] IAI:

ARTS141 Painting I (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursA basic course designed to sharpen skills in color theory, mixing, and understanding, brush-to-canvas techniques.  Applied instruction will be geared towards the student’s skill level. Class meets 5 hours per week. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: [T] IAI: ART 911

ARTS142 Painting II (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursFurther development of basic skills, concepts, and techniques in painting media.  "Heavy" paints used to compose and explore subjects drawn from environment and imagination. Emphasis placed on increasing proficiency, inventiveness, and individual expression. Class meets 5 hours per week. Prerequisites: ARTS141 Notes: [T] IAI:

ARTS150 Computer Art I (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to computer applications in the visual arts.  A computer software-based approach to visual image manipulation and generation, including the integration of computer hardware, softawre, and preipheral devices as tools to understand, create and combine traditional and contemporary visual ideas as applied to art and design. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: [T] IAI:

ARTS151 Graphic Design I (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursThis course will instruct students in the fundamentals of two-dimensional design with a focus on graphic design as a process of visual communication.  Areas of inquiry that will be covered in this course include: basic principles of design, a brief introduction to the theory and history of design, typography as a design element, photography and image manipulation, and several techniques of visual communicaiton using traditional and digital media. Prerequisites: R36 Notes: [ ] IAI:

ARTS152 Graphic Design II (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThis course is concerned with developing confidence and competence in creating forms in relation to a concept.  Students are encouraged to take risks, to develop their originality in style, as well as to expand the vocabulary with which they express ideas by employing visual rhetorical strategies such as irony, puns, metaphors, etc.  The steps of a design process are established and used to structure the first projects: research, ideation, thumbnails, roughs, design development, and final presentation.  The course encourages an understanding of style as it relates to culture and technology.   Prerequisites: Graphic Design I Notes: [ ] IAI:

ARTS190 Modern Dance I (As Needed) -- 2.0 hoursThe achievement and development of technical skills in modern dance.  Technique basic to this dance form plus motional properties as they relate to dance will be emphasized. Notes: [T] IAI:

CRIM100 Introduction to Criminal Justice (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursTraces the historical development and the relationship between law enforcement and society; examines the functions and jurisdictions of various agencies. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121 or concurrent enrollment in DEVE098. Notes: [T, C] IAI:

CRIM101 Criminal Law (Spring) -- 5.0 hoursExamines crimes against persons, property, and state, including the elements of crimes, criminal law procedures in Illinois, and federal agency jurisdiction. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T, C] IAI: CRJ 913

CRIM103 Patrol Techniques (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursStudents will learn the organization and function of patrols and their methods, skills, and equipment. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [C] IAI:

CRIM105 Introduction to Corrections (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursAn overview and analysis of the United States correctional system: history, evolution, and philosophy of punishment and treatment; operation and administration in institutional and non-institutional settings; and issues in constitutional law. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T, C] IAI:

CRIM170 Community Based Corrections (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursExamination of the need for and the use of corrections in the community as alternatives to imprisonment.  Topics include: bail and jail issues, family intervention, halfway houses, and treatment for chemical dependence. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T, C] IAI:

CRIM180 Probation and Parole (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursThis course gives the student a basic understanding of probation and parole, their theoretical bases, and their impact on the criminal justice process and society.  The student will achieve an understanding of what effects these unique areas have on the rehabilitation of the offender. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T, C] IAI:

CRIM200 Introduction to Criminalistics (Spring) -- 4.0 hoursEmphasizes methods and procedures; crime scene protection and search; collection, preservation, and use of evidence. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [C] IAI:

CRIM201 Criminal Investigation (Fall) -- 4.0 hoursContinuation of Criminalistics. Students will gain exposure to report writing, interrogation, interviews, presentation of evidence in court, and court procedure. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [C] IAI:

CRIM202 Laws of Evidence (Fall) -- 4.0 hoursReview of rules, constitutional provisions, and court decisions relating to admissibility of evidence. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [C] IAI:

CRIM204 Criminology (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to the multi-disciplinary study and analysis of the nature, causes, and control of crime; measurement of crime; and the interactive roles of the system, victim, and offender. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T, C] IAI:

CRIM206 Defensive Tactics (As Needed) -- 2.0 hoursAn introduction to physical conditioning and drill in defense techniques, including arrest and custody of offenders. Waiver of liability required. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [C] IAI:

CRIM208 Criminal Justice Internship (Fall, Spring & Summer) -- 3.0 hoursStandard operating environment/training in Law Enforcement. Students receive 160 hours of practical experience at an approved criminal justice site. Prerequisites: Consent from the instructor required. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC032 C.D.A. Portfolio (As Needed) -- 0.0 hoursThis course is designed to prepare child care personnel to write and assemble the portfolio necessary for application to the Child Development Associate Consortium for the C.D.A. (Child Development Associate) credentials. (Non Degree Credit.) Prerequisites: Notes: This course is not available for web registration.

EDUC040 Child Devel. In-Service Training (As Needed) -- 0.0 hoursThis course is designed for child care workers who desire an opportunity to examine their job skills on an individual basis while continuing to work directly in their own classroom. Training, both academic and field experiences, may be used to prepare for C.D.A. (Child Development Associate) assessment. The on-site observations and conferences will give the child care worker feedback on own classroom performance, will guide awareness for self-evaluation, and will provide opportunities to observe good teaching models. The child care worker will demonstrate competence or improvement. (Non Degree Credit.) Prerequisites: Notes: This course is not available for web registration.

EDUC101 Nature of the Teaching Profession (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to educational problems and a general study of the nature of teaching, its opportunities and responsibilities. Individual work to aid the student’s evaluation of potentialities for teaching. Baccalaureate course. (15 hours observation required.) Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [T] IAI: SED 901 EED 901 SPE 911

EDUC102 Introduction to Bilingual Education (Spring every other year) -- 3.0 hoursStudy of problems facing teachers, students, and educational institutions in multicultural communities.  Includes discussion of the role of bilingual education, linguistically and culturally effective teaching strategies, and resources for multicultural teaching. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC103 Introduction to Early Childhood Education (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursCourse to acquaint the student with the facets of early childhood education pertinent to the total overview.  (16 hours observation required.) Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC104 Creative Learning Experiences (Spring) -- 4.0 hoursProvides experiences in creative activities (music, art, and language) for young children and integrates these activities in program planning. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC105 Introduction to the Nanny Profession (As Needed) -- 0.0 hours Prerequisites: Notes: This course is not available for web registration.

EDUC106 Observation of Children (As needed) -- 2.0 hoursIn-depth study of children by direct observation in an organized environment.Includes techniques of child study, case studies, anecdotal records, and diagnostic tools utilized. Prerequisites: Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C]

EDUC110 Role of the Teaching Assistant (As Needed) -- 2.0 hoursExploration of the paraprofessional and subprofessional roles in early childhood education. Introduction to the duties and responsibilities of the Teacher Aide as a paraprofessional. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC111 Teaching Assistant Practicum (As Needed) -- 2.0 hoursStudents will observe and, under close supervision, work with children in preschool and elementary school settings. (12 hours observation required.) Prerequisites: Consent of instructor required; EDUC110 or concurrent enrollment; criminal background check . Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC159 Issues in Exceptionalities (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursA survey of special needs issues including: managing disruptive behavior, communicating with and helping the individual learn to communicate, choosing and implementing specialized teachng strategies, positioning and handling techniques, and collaborating with the family and professionals in social service agencies. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC160 Guiding Children (Fall) -- 2.0 hoursTheory and practice of effective methods for guiding children’s behavior using guidance techniques and classroom management principles and skills. Problem areas such as aggression, passivity, and over-activity will be addressed. The relationship between emotional growth, self-concept, and behavior will be explored. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098).
Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC162 Curriculum Planning: Creative (As Needed) -- 1.0 hourScheduling and planning a learning environment including themes, projects, and activities.  Curriculum areas of art, gross and fine motor, movement and music, dramatic play and group time will be addressed.  Practice teaching activities, generate ideas for other activities, and identify sources for future ideas. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC163 Curriculum Planning: Cognitive (As Needed) -- 1.0 hourScheduling and planning a learning environment including themes, projects and activities. Curriculum areas of math, science, social studies, language, literature, and health and safety will be addressed.  Practice teaching activities, generate ideas for other activities, and identify sources for futures ideas. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC164 Parent-Teacher-Child Relations I (As Needed) -- 1.0 hourTheory and practice of developing a teacher/parent partnership. Effective communication skills are emphasized.  The role of the teacher as a provider of information about child development and community resources for young children will be emphasized. Prerequisites: College-level reading skills required (place out of or complete DEVR098). Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC170 Infant/Toddler Curriculum (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursProvides a guide through areas and issues necessary to plan and implement a quality program for infants and toddlers including: creating environments, ensuring children’s safety, promoting children’s health, and guiding children’s behavior.  Attention also is given to planning for routines and activities which will enable children to explore and discover their world. 16 hours of observation required. Prerequisites: EDUC230 Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC171 Infant/Toddler Curriculum II (Spring) -- 1.0 hourProvides a comprehensive framework for planning and implementing a developmentally appropriate program for infants and toddlers.Emphasizes caregivers building responsive relationships with children and their families, creating environments that offer a variety of experiences that interest and engage children, carefully observing children before deciding whether and how to intervene, and planning and implementing a quality program both in center-based and family child care settings.6 hours of observation required. Prerequisites: EDUC230 and EDUC170 or concurrent enrollment in 170. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C]

EDUC201 Early Childhood Education Practicum (Fall and Spring) -- 5.0 hoursOn-the-job-training in early childhood education in the DACC Child Development Center practicing the principles, skills, and techniques developed in previous courses. (375 hours observation/participation required.) Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI: ECE 914

EDUC206 Cultural Effects on Child Development (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursStudy of the growth and development of the child and the significance of the culture as it relates to the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual changes in the young child and the school aged child. (7 hours observation required.) Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: 7 This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC207 Children’s Literature (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursIntroductory survey of children’s literature.  Includes teaching methods; criteria for selection, evaluation, and presentation of books and related materials; and community resources.  Using technology to facilitate application of the learning process. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC208 Language Development (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursStudy of how language develops from prelingual to productive language with stress on the effect of the culture and the ramifications for learning.  (8 hours observation required.) Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121.  Criminal background check required. Notes: 8 This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC209 Child Psychology (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursStudy of the psychological milestones in the evolving emotional-social development of the young child (infancythe early years of elementary school, 0-9), the effect of this growth and development on learning and behavior. Accents implications for guidance that is developmentally appropriate.  (16 hours observation required.) Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121.  Criminal background check required. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC211 Educational Psychology (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursThis basic course in psychology of education for prospective teachers explores materials and principles from the various fields of psychology applied to the practical problems of teaching. Baccalaureate course. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [T] IAI:

EDUC220 Day Care Administration (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThis course is designed to develop skills in administration and supervision for students who desire to work in early childhood education centers. Included will be topics such as program planning, selection and use of staff, the role of the administrator and supervisor, administrative tasks, in-service training for staff improvement and community resources for supplementing the center’s services.  Emphasis will be placed upon social problems, their causes, and ways of alleviating, preventing, or handling them.  (6 hours observation required.) Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC225 Internship in Education (As needed) -- 4.0 hoursWork experience in a school or educational agency under supervision of both the college and the school/agency, practing the principles, skills, and techniques developed in previous courses. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121.  Must be taken concurrently with EDUC226. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC226 Internship Seminar (As needed) -- 1.0 hourStudy of teacher responsibilities, classroom and school procedures, lesson planning, learning styles, educational resources, classroom management, and evaluation procedures. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121.  Must be taken concurrently with EDUC225. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [ ] IAI:

EDUC230 Infant & Toddler Development (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursInfant and Toddler Development is comprehensive in that it treats all facets of growth and development in the first three years. The exploration moves through the realms of infant physical growth, cognition, perception, and emotional-social development. It includes the study of language development as it influences all other areas. It will attempt to reveal how the infant’s psychological world differs from that of older children and adults. Application of learning through a lab is required. (16 hours observation required.) Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121.  Criminal background check required. Notes: 16 This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

EDUC240 Program Planning/Young Children (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursDesigned to explore concrete curriculum areas which are developmentally appropriate for the young child between two and six years of age. Examines how children learn and what they can learn and suggests specific curriculum ideas and activities to stimulate and transmit learning. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [C] IAI:

EDUC250 Math/Science for Young Children (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursStudents will become acquainted with basic mathematics and science concepts and will learn how to introduce them to young children through innovative methods, including songs, games, and flannel boards. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [C] IAI:

EDUC255 Child Health, Safety & Nutrition (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn overview of the many factors that affect a child's state of health: proper nutrition; a safe, challenging learning and play environment; good health and hygiene habits; and a good mental attitude. The course also develops the knowledge and skills necessary to render first aid in childcare settings. (Pending ICCB Approval.) Prerequisites: [C]

EDUC260 Health/Nutrition Young Children (Fall) -- 2.0 hoursIn this course an overview of the many factors that affect a child’s state of health will be given.  Included in this study will be proper nutrition for the young, environmental conditions which may influence children’s health, identification and control of communicable illnesses, general good health and hygiene practices, and the development of a health and nutrition education curriculum for young children. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: ATTENDANCE: Regular and consistent attendance is essential for the following reasons.
1. The state requires that instructors verify that a student is actively pursuing a course.
2. Active participation of all students is necessary since interaction withing the classroom is an integral part of the learning process.
3. Course content is sequential.
4. Collaborative and/or team activities may be a part of the classroom experience.
Students are also expected to be on time for class and not to leave class before its scheduled ending time
DROPS/WITHDRAWALS POLICY
A student may drop the course in the first 10 days. If this is done the course will be taken off the student’s record and money will be refunded. The drop date for this semester is Friday, September 2nd, 2011.
After 10 days, the student may withdraw up until the withdrawal date which, this semester is Friday, November 18th, 2011. This is done at the Registration Office. If this is done the student will have a “W” on their transcript. The instructor reserves the right to drop/withdraw any student after 3 absences unless prior arrangements have been made.

STUDENT CONDUCT CODE/ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY: Students at DACC are expected to exhibit conduct compatible with the educational mission of the college. It is each student’s responsibility to become familiar with and adhere to the DACC Student Conduct Code and the Academic Integrity policy as contained in the Student Handbook.

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: Any student who feels that he/she may need accommodation on the impact of disability should contact me privately to discuss your specific needs. Please contact Student Support Service Center (SSSC) to request academic accommodations including alternative testing arrangements, note taking, interpreters, taped/large print textbooks, and other resources. The SSSC is located on the first floor of Canon Hall. For more information call 217-443-8702 (TTY 217-443-8701). Please note that accommodations cannot be provided until the proper documentations are on file with the SSSC. [ ] IAI:

EDUC270 Education/Exceptional Child (Fall) -- 3.0 hours

An introduction to the study of the identification, psychology, teaching methods, and programs for the individual at home, school, and community. The course focuses on characteristics in the following areas of exceptionalities: learning disabilities; autism spectrum disorders; intellectual and developmental disabilities; emotional and behavior disorders; communication, language and speech disorders; and special gifts and talents. Baccalaureate course. (6 hours observation required)



Prerequisites:
Place into ENGL101.

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ENGL100 ( ) -- 0.0 hours Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [ ] IAI:

ENGL101 Rhetoric and Composition I (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours Required of all transfer students. Training and practice in comprehension and expression of written English. Qualifying placement score, grade in DEVE 098/099, or grade of “C” in English 121 required. Placement is still preliminary until a writing sample has been evaluated by the instructor during the first week of class.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101 with approved and documented placement test scores (writing & reading) or by completing ENGL121 with a grade of C or better.
Notes: Students are expected to produce a writing sample of connected paragraphs that: 1) summarizes a reading, 2) responds with a focused argument to a specific prompt based on the reading, 3) demonstrates adequate control of the conventions of standard, written American English.
[T] IAI: C1 900

ENGL102 Rhetoric and Composition II (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursRequired of all transfer students.  Continued training and practice in the comprehension and expression of written English, with emphasis on the research process. A "C" or better is required in this course for degree and/or transfer credit to be issued beginning summer, 1999.  Keyboarding skills required. Prerequisites: ENGL101 with a grade of C or better. Notes: [T] IAI: C1 901R

ENGL105 Creative Writing (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to the principles, problems, and processes involved in creative expression in fiction and/or poetry. Prerequisites: ENGL101 Notes: [T] IAI:

ENGL106 Fiction Writing ( ) -- 3.0 hoursAn introductory study of the techniques of story writing and storytelling with representative samples and readings. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101 Notes: [ ] IAI:

ENGL107 Advanced Fiction Writing (Fall) -- 3.0 hours An advanced study of contemporary fiction theories and techniques, including story and character development along with an introductory to publishing.

Prerequisites: ENGL101 with a grade of C or better

Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [T] IAI:

ENGL119 ( ) -- 0.0 hours Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [ ] IAI:

ENGL120 ( ) -- 0.0 hours Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [ ] IAI:

ENGL121 Communication Skills (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursImprovement of writing skills, emphasizing both composition and review of grammar.  Placement is preliminary until a writing sample has been examined by the instructor during the first week of class.  Vocational credit cannot be used to fulfill the Communications requirement for the transfer Associate degree.  Keyboarding skills required. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121 with approved and documented placement test scores (writing & reading) or by completing DEVE099 with a grade of C or better. Notes: [C] IAI:

ENGL122 Technical Communication (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursTechniques of collecting and presenting technical data through the use of research, forms, and procedures.  Both oral and written presentations are emphasized. Keyboarding skills required. Prerequisites: ENGL121 or ENGL101 with a C or better. Notes: [C] IAI:

ENGL140 Human Services Communications (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursImproved skills in letter writing, case notes, and other written communication skills needed in the human services field.  This course is computer-aided. Prerequisites: ENGL101 or ENGL121 with a C or better and BOFF114. Notes: [C] IAI:

FIRE100 Techniques of Fire Fighting (Module A) (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursThis course will provide the basic knowledge of the organization of fire departments, basic equipment and its use as well as fire behavior and safety.  Practical evaluations included. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE101 Techniques of Fire Fighting (Module B) (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThis course will provide the basic knowledge of emergency medical care, building construction, forcible entry and the rescue process.  Practical evaluations included. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE102 Techniques of Fire Fighting (Module C) (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursThis course will provide the basic knowledge of fire detection and prevention as well as survival(terrorism awareness and hazardous materials.) Practical evaluations included. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE110 Fire Prevention Principles I/Fire Service Laws & Regulations (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThis course provides the student with an overview and understanding of the field of fire prevention including history of fire prevention, code development and enforcement, inspection principles, public fire safety education, and arson suppression.  This course follows objectives outlined in the National Fire Protection Association Standards 1031, Fire Inspector I.  This course also provides the basic knowledge and skills through which to locate and comprehend the various statutes, regulations, codes, and cases, federal, state, and local that form the framework governing the fire service. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE120 Tactics and Strategy (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThis course reviews special methods of teaching tactical concepts relative to extinguishing all classes of fire.  Extinguishing equipment and compounds along with fire development are covered. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE140 Fire Management I (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursThis course will acquaint the student with the role of the company officer and provides an introduction to basic management theories, practices and functions.  Successful completion satisfies partial requirements for certification as "Fire Officer I" from the Office of Illinois State Fire Marshal. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE142 Fire Management II (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThis course will acquaint the student with the principles of communication and group dynamics as they relate to the company officer.  This course is a requirement for Fire Officer I. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE151 Fire Apparatus Engineer (Fall) -- 4.0 hoursThis course will train the student to be a fire apparatus engineer: preventative maintenance, pumps and controls, water supply and water systems, specialized equipment, general operations and the responsibilities of a fire apparatus engineer.  Practical evaluations included. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE160 Hazardous Materials Awareness (Fall) -- 1.0 hourThis class will train students to evaluate and work defensively at an incident involving the release of hazardous materials.  The student will understand the relevance of standard operating guidelines and how they play a role in hazardous materials operations. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE161 Hazardous Materials Operations (Spring or As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursThis course will train students to respond to releases or potential releases of hazardous materials and have the training to respond defensively without trying to stop their release.  Upon completion the student will be eligible for certification at the operations level through the Illinois State Fire Marshal’s Office.  Practical evaluations included.  Prerequisite: FIRE160 or FIRE102 Prerequisites: FIRE160 Notes: [ ] IAI:

FIRE170 Fire Instructor I (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursThis course will train fire fighters the basics of teaching fire subjects and is structured to provide information about human relations in the teaching-learning environment, methods of teaching and proper method of writing lesson plans.  Also satisfies requirements for Illinois State Fire Marshal certification as "Instructor I" and partial requirements for Illinois certification as a "Fire Officer 1." Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE180 Technical Rescue Awareness (As Needed) -- 1.0 hourThis course will meet the needs of those individuals desiring to increase their knowledge in the are of technical rescue.  Structured to provide information about technical terms, equipment, and various types of technical rescue (rope rescue, water rescue, confined space rescue, etc.) used in the fire service.  Course satisfies the requirements for Illinois State Fire Marshal certification. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

FIRE181 Vehicle and Machinery Operations (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThis class is designed to develop student skills in the use of extrication techniques needed to perform rescue (patient and rescuer protection and consequences of not using protection), extrication (securing vehicle, environmental hazards, correct tool usage), and hazardous control functions (traffic control, containing/stopping fuel/fluid or vapor release, apparatus placement) and appropriate techniques for removing debris, preserving evidence and transferring control of the scene.  This course qualifies students for Illinois State Fire Marshal certification at Vehicle and Machinery Operations level.  Practical evaluations included. Prerequisites: FIRE180 Notes: [ ] IAI:

FREN101 Elementary French I (Fall) -- 4.0 hoursA class designed for beginners.  Emphasis is on the total language learning process.  Speaking, writing, learning, listening, and cultural discussion.  DACC adapts the communicative approach in foreigh language instruction.  Much of the class is conducted in French. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101 Notes: [T] IAI:

FREN102 Elementary French II (Spring) -- 4.0 hoursContinuation of FREN 101. Prerequisites: FREN101 Notes: [T] IAI:

FREN103 Intermediate French I (Fall) -- 4.0 hoursPractice in conversation and composition, review of grammar, reading in French life. Prerequisites: FREN102 Notes: [T] IAI:

FREN104 Intermediate French II (Spring) -- 4.0 hoursConversation and composition, reading of French authors. Prerequisites: FREN103 Notes: [T] IAI: H1 900

GEOG134 World Regional Geography (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours
The study of cultural man in regional environmental patterns, with emphasis on interrelationships of cultures and distribution of resources.

Prerequisites:
Place into ENGL101.

Notes: [T] IAI: S4 900N

HIST111 Western Civilization I (Fall) -- 3.0 hours Examination of Western Civilization from its Middle Eastern tradition to the scientific and political revolutions of the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, with emphasis on cultural crisis, conflict, and change.
Prerequisites: W40; R36 (T) IAI - S2 902
Notes: [T] IAI: S2 902 HST 913

HIST112 Western Civilization II (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursExamination of national states to international society including globalism, planned societies, and nuclear technology. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S2 903 HST 914

HIST121 Latin America - Colonial Period (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn appraisal of the Native American, European, and African roots of societies of Latin America and the Caribbean from the beginning of their human history to the independence movements of the early 1800s.   Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S2 910N

HIST122 Modern Latin America (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn analysis of economic, political, and cultural changes in Latin America from the national period to the present, with emphasis on its status as a developing region. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S2 911N

HIST131 History England I (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursA survey of the social, economic, political, religious, and cultural beginnings of the British peoples. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

HIST132 History England II (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn appraisal of the crossbonds of English culture, the Commonwealth, and the impact of empire on other regions of the contemporary world. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

HIST141 Early Asian History (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAsia from prehistory to the Eighteenth Century, with emphasis on aspects of cultural development in the humanities and in government and society. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S2 908N

HIST142 Modern Asian History (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursA detailed study of the political, economic, and social changes in Asia during the Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries, including contemporary problems of nationalism and communism. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S2 909N

HIST151 History of U.S. to 1865 (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours Examination of American society from its colonial and indigenous foundations through the Civil War era, with emphasis on periods of conflict and change.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: S2 900 HST 911

HIST152 History of U.S. Since 1865 (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours An appraisal of American society in a world context from the post-Civil War era to the present. Emphasis on topical and thematic analysis in a chronological framework.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: S2 901 HST 912

HIST160 History of Illinois (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursExamination of the development of Illinois as a modern midwestern state in its national and international context. An opportunity to develop research skills in history in connection with local history. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

HIST170 Women in America (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursStudy of the status and contributions of women in America, change and continuity in the American family, sex roles, attitudes, and movements that have most affected the lives of American women. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

HIST181 Ancient World I (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn appraisal of the contributions of ancient societies to contemporary times with emphasis on Egypt, Greece, and the minor civilizations. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

HIST182 Ancient World II (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursChange and continuity of cultural heritage as illustrated through ancient Roman civilization and its impact on other areas of the world. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

HIST190 Afro-American History (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursEvents and concepts which most shaped the black experience in America from its African backgrounds to the present. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

HIST215 History: Special Topics (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn in-depth study of a specific historical topic presented by discussion, individual research, and readings. Topics will vary each semester. The course may be taken more than once if different topics are considered. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

HMSR100 Helping Skills (Spring) -- 4.0 hoursEntry level Helping Skills will serve as the foundation course for the Human Service degree program. Basic assessment and counseling skills including individual, family and group, intake, and case documentation. Also covered are referral procedures, ethics, state/federal confidentiality regulations, and networking utilization of services for individual at the local, state, and federal level. Notes: [C] IAI:

HMSR200 Special Needs of the Developmentally Disabled (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursApplication of helping skills in care and rehabilitation and review of basic theories of development applied to the developmentally disabled. Notes: [C] IAI:

HMSR225 Human Services Practicum (Fall & Spring) -- 3.0 hoursField experiences and evaluations. Supervised by DACC instructor and field agency.  Minimum 75 hours observation / participation per credit hour required.  3-5 hours as determined by instructor and student.
Prerequisites: Consent from Division Dean required. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

HMSR226 Human Services Practicum Seminar (Fall & Spring) -- 1.0 hourProblem-solving, case presentation, self-evaluation. Must be taken concurrently with HMSR 225. Prerequisites: Consent from Division Dean required. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C]

HUMN101 Introduction to Humanities (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours A genre-based interdisciplinary study of selected works of art, music, and literature.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: HF 900

HUMN102 Chinese Humanities (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursChinese values, traditions, and ways of thought, along with their implications for social action, will be studied through religion, philosophy, literature, and the arts.  Cultural adaptation throughout Chinese history will be examined, focusing on change and continuity in form and practice. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

HUMN103 Fantasy and Mythology (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA study of the nature of mythology through study of folklore and legendary narratives, themes, archetypal figures/situations, symbolism and figurative language. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H9 901

HUMN110 Japanese Culture (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursJapanese values, traditions, and ways of thought, along with their implications for social action, will be studied through religion, philosophy, literature, and the arts. Cultural adaptation throughout Japanese history will be examined, focusing on change and continuity in form and practice. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

JRNM109 ( ) -- 0.0 hours Notes: [ ] IAI:

JRNM110 Introduction to Television Production (Spring) -- 3.0 hours An introduction to television production, including terminology, basic script writing, direction, audio, lighting, camera operation, and video editing.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: MC 916

JRNM111 ( ) -- 0.0 hours Notes: [ ] IAI:

JRNM112 Introduction to Mass Media (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to mass communication by examining the nature, history, functions and responsibilities of the mass media industries in a global environment. The course surveys the impact of radio, TV, books, newspapers, film, advertising and journalism in our culture and critically analyzes legal and ethical media issues. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: MC 911

LITR101 Introduction to Poetry (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursReading and analysis of various types of poetry from different historical periods. Development of critical judgment and of analysis is expected as the student confronts literary meaning, form, value, terms, and characteristics. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 903

LITR102 Introduction to Drama (Offered Fall every other year) -- 3.0 hoursUnderstanding drama by reading, discussing, and writing about representative plays from Greek, Elizabethan and modern playwrights. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 902

LITR103 Introduction to Fiction (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursReading and analysis of short stories and novels from different historical periods and cultures.  Development of critical judgment and of analysis is expected as the student confronts literary meaning, form, value, characteristics, and terms. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 901 EGL 917

LITR104 Afro-American Literature (As needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to poetry, drama, fiction, and essays of Black American writers of the 19th and 20th centuries. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 910D

LITR105 Introduction to Film (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours This course is delivered in a traditional classroom with live screenings and discussions: Two Fall Sections: one daytime/ one evening and One Spring Section: evening. Class meets once weekly for three hours with one ten minute break.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI:

LITR106 Women in Literature (Spring every other year) -- 3.0 hoursA survey of the literature by and about women from its beginnings to the present, with emphasis on the recent reawakening of women’s consciousness, sex-role stereotyping, and similar literary and artistic issues. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 911D

LITR107 Introduction to Midwestern Literature (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to Midwestern literature through poetry, drama, essays, and fiction. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

LITR109 The Bible as Literature (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursThe purpose of this course is to discover the manifold literary values of the Bible’s various parts and to relate them as such. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

LITR110 Science Fiction (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA study of major writers and works of science fiction. Prerequisites: W37; R36 Notes: [ ] IAI:

LITR111 Non-Western Literature (Spring, every other year) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to literature in English by writers from non-western cultures, including Asian, South Asian, African, Caribbean, and Middle Eastern, with an emphasis on the intellectual, social, and political contexts of their works. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 908N EGL 919

LITR112 Detective Fiction (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA study of major writers and works of detective fiction and the genre’s place in culture and literature as well as the development and evolution of the detective throughout the genre’s history. Prerequisites: Place into English 121. Notes: [ ] IAI:

LITR113 American Literature I (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursA study of classic American authors to the Civil War. An introduction to Colonial Literature: Alcott, Bradford, Bradstreet, Franklin, Hawthorne, Poe, Thoreau, Stowe, and others. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 914

LITR114 American Literature II (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA study of the classic American authors since the Civil War. An introduction to Dickinson, Hemingway, Cather, Faulkner, Frost, Walker, Morrison and others. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 915

LITR121 Chief English Writers I (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursChaucer, Shakespeare, Swift, and other authors. Emphasis on the importance of such authors to the present day, both artistically and socially. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 912

LITR122 Chief English Writers II (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursWordsworth, Byron, Shelley, Keats, Browning, Tennyson, Arnold, Shaw, Yeats, Dickens, Eliot, and a selection of representative 19th and 20th century prose. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 913

LITR131 Introduction to Shakespeare (Fall-every other year) -- 3.0 hoursThe study of Shakespeare through eight of his dramas/tragedies, histories, and comedies. A brief acquaintance with his life and times also included, as well as an introduction to his Sonnets. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H3 905

MUSI100 Rudiments of Music (As needed) -- 3.0 hoursA study of the notation, scales, intervals, chords, terminology, and other concepts of music theory.  No previous experience in music or music theory is assumed.  Open to all students; no prerequisite. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T] IAI:

MUSI115 Music Appreciation (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursThe historical-cultural aspects of music from medieval to modern times as an art; its development in the great style periods; its relationship to the other arts, along with the lives of its leading figures and the world they inhabited; the learning of technical aspects of the art; the materials and structural elements by which a musical work is fashioned; and the techniques which enable the students to listen to music more intelligently. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: F1 900

MUSI120 Introduction to American Music (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursHistorical survey of the development and major cultural contributions of American music and composers, including symphonic, religious, folk, jazz, and popular forms, within the context of the American culture of the time. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: F1 904

MUSI121 Ethnic Traditions in American Music (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursA survey of various ethnic musical traditions as threads of influence on contemporary American musical culture.  Selected African-American, Asian-American, and European-American music is traced from its origins through its continuing role in shaping a pluralistic American culture. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: F1 905D

MUSI122 History of Rock and Roll (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursA survey of styles and personalities in American and British popular music from 1950 to the present.  A study of the historical and cultural development of Rock music, its multi-cultural roots, and its relationship with the other arts.  Includes discussions of concepts and aesthetics of popular music, as well as comparisons of Rock styles, genres, and stylistic traits with other selected musical styles. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

MUSI123 Intro. Electronic/Computer Music (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursIntroduction to electronic music on digital synthesis, microcomputer applications, and musical instrument digital interface standard (MIDI).  Includes principles of sound synthesis, operations, and programming of digital synthesizers, and use of specially designed computer software. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T] IAI:

MUSI124 Music History I (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursThe historical development of Western music, including various musical styles and periods and the contributions of key composers, conductors, and performers in shaping the Western musical tradition.  Emphasizes concepts, structure, musical idioms, and aesthetics. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: F1 901 MUS 905

MUSI125 Music History II (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursThe historical development of Western music, including various musical styles and periods and the contributions of key composers, conductors, and performers in shaping the Western musical tradition.  Emphasizes concepts, structure, musical idioms, and aesthetics. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: F1 902 MUS 905

MUSI126 Non-Western Music (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA study of representative music of the non-Western world, with an emphasis on its function within the culture of which it is a part. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: F1 903N

MUSI150 Vermilion Festival Chorus (Fall and Spring) -- 1.0 hourStudents may earn credit for participation in the Vermilion Festival Chorus.  Class meets two hours per week.  May be repeated for a maximum of four hours credit. Prerequisites: Consent from Division Dean required. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [T] IAI: MUS 908

MUSI151 Orchestra (Fall and Spring) -- 1.0 hourStudents may earn credit for participation in the Danville Symphony.  Admission by consent of conductor.  Audition required.  May be repeated for a maximum of four hours credit. Prerequisites: Consent from Danville Symphony Conductor.  Audition is required. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [T] IAI: MUS 908

MUSI152 College Singers (Fall and Spring) -- 1.0 hourStudents may earn humanities credit for participation in College Singers, a choral ensemble for mixed voices.  May be repeated for a maximum of four (4) credit hours. Notes: [T] IAI: MUS 908

MUSI153 Pep Band (Fall and Spring) -- 1.0 hourStudents may earn humanities credit for participating in Pep Band.  May be repeated for a maximum of four (4) credit hours. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [ ] IAI:

PHIL101 Introduction to Philosophy (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA critical examination of problems of Western philosophy: freedom of will, morality, relation between mental and bodily states, etc. Readings on important philosophers. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H4 900

PHIL102 Logic (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to the principles of sound reasoning. Verbal logic, induction, deduction, the detection of fallacies. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H4 906

PHIL103 Ethics (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAn examination of the major moral issues of our time, the approaches to these and related issues in the past, the results obtained, and their implications for moral conduct in the present. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: H4 904

PHIL104 World Religions (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to the study of selected major religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Aspects of their teachings and historical development. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T] IAI: H4 904N

PHIL105 ( ) -- 0.0 hours Notes: [ ] IAI:

PHIL106 ( ) -- 0.0 hours Notes: [ ] IAI:

POLI130 Principles of Political Science (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to the principles and methods of politicalscience, focusing on the nature and development of political science as a discipline, and the various ways of analyzing the political process and institutions. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. [T] IAI: S5 903

POLI150 American Government (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours Historical development and organization of the United States government and the federal system. Course meets requirement for Constitution test.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: S5 900 PLS 911

POLI160 International Relations (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours Introduction to basic principles and problems of international relations through a global politics approach. Through key concepts of order, welfare, and legitimacy, aims for the student to become aware of how events and processes at work throughout the world impact upon the student’s own personal existence.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: S5 904N PLS 912

POLI170 American Judicial Process (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours This class is an overview of the judicial system of the United States of America.  In this course, we will discuss the structure of the American judiciary, its function, and the participants within it.  These discussions will cover the following topics: civil v. criminal cases; trial courts v. appellate courts; differences in jurisdiction among courts; the recruitment of judges; how judges make decisions; how cases come to the courts and how they find their way to the Supreme Court; the impact of the courts on society; the implementation of decisions; public opinion about the courts; the relationship between the various levels of courts; and the success of litigants and interest groups in court.
Prerequisites: W40; R36
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POLI231 State and Local Government (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours The practice of government and politics at the state, county, and local level, including areas of taxation and finance, law enforcement, commerce, and social and economic welfare.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: S5 902

POLI238 Comparative Government (As Needed) -- 3.0 hours Analysis of the structure and function of the political systems of the United Kingdom, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, and Russia. Examination of political parties within their cultural environment and institutional framework.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: S5 905 PLS 914

POLI240 Non-Western Comparative Government (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursComparative examination of the political institutions, electoral systems, principles of governance, causes of political instability and revolution, and techniques of political analysis.  The purpose is to provide an understanding of the major problems confronting non-Western nations and to give insight into the various tools and strategies that their political leaders can use in dealing with those problems.  The course will also investigate some of the major implications of the rise of the changing non-Western world on global politics. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S5 906N

POLI250 Internship in Government (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursStudents will have the opportunity to work in the state representatives’ local or Springfield offices, or in the executive, legislative, or judicial branches of city or county government, depending on applicant interest and needs of the participating entities. Requires a minimum of 225 contact hours per semester.  Co-requisites include American Government, State and Local Government, and Rhetoric 101 and 102.  Permission to participate must first be obtained from the Political Science Department. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

POLI270 Special Topics: International Terrorism (As Needed) -- 3.0 hours This course will examine the history, causes, effects, and successes of international terrorism and the international community’s efforts to confront it.  Students will understand what terrorism is, why terrorism occurs, what factors lead to terrorist group formation and individual actions, how states and multinational organizations have responded, as well as understand the structure and abilities of modern terrorism.
Notes: [T] IAI:

PSYC100 Introduction to Psychology (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours Consideration of psychology as a science with analysis of human development, motivation, perception, intelligence, personality, learning, adjustment, abnormality, and social behavior.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121.
Notes: [T] IAI: S6 900 SPE 912

PSYC101 Child Development (Fall & Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA study of physical, mental, social, emotional, and psychological development throughout the stages of development from prenatal development to young adulthood.  Observation of children utilized. (16 hours observation required.)
Prerequisites: PSYC100 and place into ENGL121. Notes: [T] IAI: S6 903 EED 902 ECE 912

PSYC120 Introduction to Substance Abuse (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursHistorical and cultural background of drug abuse; disease concept of addiction; major classifications of abused substances; mental and physical effects; interaction of physical, psychological, and social aspects of addiction; advantages and disadvantages of treatment methods; intervention and prevention.  Baccalaureate course. Notes: [T] IAI:

PSYC205 Industrial Psychology (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursReviews psychological principles as they relate to management application.  Such topics as behavioral causation, attitudes, frustration, morale, supervisory leadership, organizational training, motivation, fatigue, accidents, and absenteeism receive in-depth exploration. Prerequisites: PSYC100 and place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: PSY 906

PSYC210 Psychology of Human Development (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA study of the life-span development of the individual from conception through childhood, adolescence, and adulthood to death, involving psychological, physical, cognitive, emotional, and social aspects. Prerequisites: PSYC100 and place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S6 902 SED 903 EED 903 SPE 913

PSYC230 Abnormal Psychology (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursStudies the integration of theory and empirical research as they relate to research methods, and the definition, assessment, and categorization of abnormal behavior. Also, the study of treatment and prevention. Prerequisites: PSYC100 and place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: PSY 905

PSYC240 Social Psychology (Spring) -- 3.0 hours A study of the behavior of individuals as influenced by other people and the social situation. Emphasis placed upon psychological factors involved in the interaction between persons and groups, attitude formation and change, group dynamics, group structure and leadership, and related topics.
Prerequisites: PSYC100 and place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: S8 900 PSY 908

PSYC250 Personality (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to the study of personality and behavioral problems as they relate to the social environment. Prerequisites: PSYC100 and place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: PSY 907

PSYC260 Social Psychology of Aging (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAttitudes and myths about aging and social characteristics of older people.��Special needs of the elderly person and her/his family in their economic, legal, housing, transportation, and health care settings. Community resources available to meet these needs. Prerequisites: PSYC100 or SOCY100 and placement into ENGL101. Notes: [C] IAI: S6 905

SOCY100 Introduction to Sociology (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hoursStudy of society, including the rules, interactions, and cultural patterns that organize everyday life. The course will analyze social conflicts, the structure and functions of institutions, dynamics of individual and group interactions, race relations, and social classes. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121. Notes: [T] IAI: S7 900

SOCY200 Marriage and The Family (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursStudy of the universal and changing features of family as a basic institution.  Contemporary issues such as the restructured family in divorce, remarriage, death, family problems and problem-solving strategies will be explored. Prerequisites: SOCY100 and place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S7 902 SOC 912

SOCY201 Social Problems (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursSurvey of problems in an urban-industrial society, emphasizing the social inter-relationships and cultural conflicts involved in their origins, significance, and solutions. Prerequisites: SOCY100 and place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S7 901 SOC 911

SOCY202 Introduction to Social Work (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAn introduction to the fields of practice. A survey of social work methods, agency organization, research and evaluation, and social policy and planning. Prerequisites: SOCY100 and place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

SOCY203 Introduction to Women’s Studies (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursAn interdisciplinary focus on women’s studies, using the disciplines of sociology, political science, psychology and history to examine issues related to womens’ lives and gender roles in contemporary society. Prerequisites: SOCY100 and place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S9 900

SOCY205 Juvenile Delinquency (Fall) -- 3.0 hours This course is an overview and analysis of the juvenile justice system in the United States. History and the philosophies of society’s reaction to juvenile behaviors and problems, interaction among the police, judiciary, and corrections are examined within the context of cultural influences .The course introduces theoretical perspectives of causation and control.
Prerequisites: SOCY100 and place into ENGL101.
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SOCY225 Race and Ethnic Relations (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA study of racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural minorities in societies, with emphasis on the conditions and problems of minority groups and group relations in the U.S.; the concept of race; sources and functions of prejudice; the range of intergroup relationship patterns, from pluralism to genocide; reactions to dominant or minority status; the relationship between prejudice and social institutions, including education, media, economy, religion, and the law. Prerequisites: SOCY100 and place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: S7 903D SOC 913

SOCY230 Service Learning (Fall, Spring and Summer) -- 1.0 hour Variable credits, from 1 to 3 hours.  Service learning provides for sharing of resources between Danville Area Community College and the community. Service learning combines classroom instruction with community service, focusing on critical, reflective thinking as well as personal and civic responsibility.  This course involves active learning and reflection, drawing lessons from the experience of service.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121.
Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [T] IAI:

SOCY231 -- 1.0 hour Prerequisites:

SPAN100 Spanish for Public Safety (Fall) -- 3.0 hours Designed for law enforcement personnel, the course provides basics in understanding and speaking Spanish. Vocabulary and structures in relevant situations and settings are emphasized. This is a one semester course; no prior Spanish is required.

Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121.

Notes: [C] IAI:

SPAN101 Elementary Spanish I (Fall) -- 4.0 hoursA class designed for beginners or false beginners (with little Spanish skills).  Emphasis on the total language learning process: speaking, writing, listening, and reading, and cultural discussions.  DACC adopts the communicative approach in foreign language instruction.  Much of the class will be conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI:

SPAN102 Elementary Spanish II (Spring) -- 4.0 hoursContinuation of SPAN 101. Prerequisites: SPAN101 Notes: [T] IAI:

SPAN103 Intermediate Spanish I (Fall) -- 4.0 hoursCommunicative emphasis further develops student’s listening, speaking, and writing abilities and Hispanic cultural awareness through readings and literature. Prerequisites: SPAN102 Notes: [T] IAI:

SPAN104 Intermediate Spanish II (Spring) -- 4.0 hoursCommunicative emphasis develops students’ listening, speaking, and writing skills while increasing their awareness of Hispanic culture. Prerequisites: SPAN103 Notes: [T] IAI: H1 900

SPCH101 Oral Communication (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours An introductory course to help the student develop skills for successful oral-communication: interpersonal communication theories, listening techniques, assertiveness skills, and group decision making skills; also, the verbal and non-verbal factors in the preparation and oral delivery of information to a group. Communication theories are discussed and put into practice in the classroom. Students are expected to present both informative and persuasive speeches.  A minimum of three speeches is required.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL121.
Notes: [T] IAI: C2 900

SPCH102 Public Speaking (Fall and Spring) -- 3.0 hours An introductory course which emphasizes the thoughtful preparation and practice of delivering speeches before a group.  Students are expected to present both informative and persuasive speeches.
Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101.
Notes: [T] IAI: C2 900

SPCH113 Group Discussion (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursA study of leadership, group process, and interpersonal relations in the small group with emphasis on practice in leading and participation in problem-solving and decision making groups.  Topics for discussion taken from current problems, films, and printed material.  Recommended for communications, business, education, and counseling or psychology majors.  Credit does not fulfill the Communications requirement for Associate degree. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: SPC 920

SPCH141 Oral Interpretation (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursInterpretative oral reading of fiction, non-fiction, drama, children’s literature, and poetry.  The primary emphasis is on the student’s individual oral performance and interpretation of various forms of literature for the class.  Recommended for theater, communications, elementary education, and literature majors. Prerequisites: Place into ENGL101. Notes: [T] IAI: SPC 915 TA 916

SPCH145 Acting I (Fall) -- 3.0 hours An introductory course which emphasizes principles and methods of acting.  Characterization, observation, and other basics are taught through acting exercises, improvisations, and scene study.
Notes: [T] IAI: TA 914

SPCH146 Acting II (Spring) -- 3.0 hours A course to develop the fundamentals introduced in Acting I, emphasizing an intensive approach to acting exercises, improvisations, and scene study.
Notes: [T] IAI: TA 915

SPCH147 Theatre Performance Practicum (Fall and Spring) -- 1.0 hour A course to increase proficiency in preparation and presentation of theatrical performance; credit is awarded for performing in a major college production. 
Notes: [ ] IAI:

SUBS215 Advanced Addictions Counseling (Fall) -- 4.0 hoursContinuation of basic clinical skills, including applications to special populations, dual diagnosis, sexuality and addiction, employee assistance programs, intervention planning, patient and community education. Prerequisites: Consent from Divison Dean required.  HMSR100. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

SUBS225 Dynamics of the Addicted Family (Fall) -- 3.0 hoursBuilding skills to deal with addicted families. Emphasis on dynamics of the family system, adult children of alcoholics, co-dependency, support groups, treatment issues, family intervention and recovery. Prerequisites: Consent from Divison Dean required.  SUBS120. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

SUBS235 Substance Abuse Practicum I (Fall, Spring & Summer) -- 2.0 hoursStudents receive 150 hours practical experience at an approved substance abuse treatment agency or center. Admission to practicum contingent upon consent of instructor. Prerequisites: Consent from Divison Dean required.  Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

SUBS236 Substance Abuse Practicum Seminar I (Fall, Spring & Summer) -- 1.0 hourProblem-solving, case presentation, self-evaluation, portfolio. Must be taken concurrently with Substance Abuse Practicum I. Prerequisites: Consent from Divison Dean required.  Place into ENGL121. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

SUBS245 Substance Abuse Practicum II (Fall and Spring) -- 4.0 hoursRequires 300 hours practical experience in an approved substance abuse treatment agency or center. Prerequisites: Consent from Divison Dean required.  SUBS235. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

SUBS246 Substance Abuse Practicum Seminar II (Fall and Spring) -- 1.0 hourProblem-solving, case presentation, self-evaluation, portfolio. Must be taken concurrently with Substance Abuse Practicum II. Prerequisites: Consent from Divison Dean required.  Must be concurrently enrolled in Substance Abuse Practicum II. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

SUBS247 Prevention/Intervention (As Needed) -- 3.0 hoursElements, skills and application for substance abuse prevention/intervention programs in the educational, employment, health and social services communities. Prerequisites: Consent from Divison Dean required. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:

SUBS255 Addiction & Special Populations (Spring) -- 3.0 hoursAddresses unique needs as well as commonalities in addiction, counseling, treatment, and prevention among special populations, including women, adolescents, the elderly, and racial and ethnic minorities. Prerequisites: Consent from Divison Dean required.  SUBS120. Notes: This course is not available for web registration. [C] IAI:


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