marked

marked
D140
Accounting (ACT)
OCC 
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Program Overview:
The Accounting program is designed to prepare accountants and related personnel to meet the needs of area and national businesses. Local businesses, industries, and governmental units require accountants, and jobs are available in those fields. With more accounting records being required, the job market appears bright.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ACC 2101
Financial Accounting
about
4
marked
marked
BMG 1202
Business Math
about
marked
marked
or
ELEC
College Level Math marked
about
4
marked
marked
BUS 1101
Introduction to Business
about
3
marked
marked
DAP 1201
Business Computer Systems
about
3
marked
marked
ECN 2101
Principles of Macroeconomics
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
17
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ACC 2102
Managerial Accounting
about
4
marked
marked
BMG 2103
Business Statistics
about
3
marked
marked
ECN 2102
Principles of Microeconomics
about
3
marked
marked
ENG 1111
Composition I
about
3
marked
marked
PSY 1101
General Psychology I
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
16
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ACC 1202
QuickBooks I
about
2
marked
marked
ACC 1203
QuickBooks II
about
2
marked
marked
ACC 2121
Cost Accounting
about
3
marked
marked
ACC 2241
Federal Tax Accounting
about
3
marked
marked
BUS 2101
Business Law I
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
13
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ACC 1204
Bookkeeper Prep Professional
about
marked
marked
or
ELEC
Elective marked
about
3
marked
marked
ACC 2298
Accounting Internship
about
2
marked
marked
BMG 2204
Human Resource Management
about
3
marked
marked
BUS 2102
Business Law II
about
3
marked
marked
BUS 2105
Business Finance
about
3
marked
marked
SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
17
Program Total
63
marked
D390
Administration of Justice (JUS)
OCC 
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Program Overview:
Designed for in-service personnel and pre-service officers, the Administration of Justice program offers students a chance to learn what it is really like in the world of law and order. Such a degree can lead to positions in police departments, correctional facilities, the courts, probation and parole offices, working with juveniles, and even private enforcement agencies that often specialize in security or investigation. There are also jobs in almost all federal agencies, as these offices have enforcement branches vital to everyday functions. Opportunities are dependent, of course, upon recruiting standards of each particular agency. Students should see an advisor for this program.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ENG 1111
Composition I
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 1200
Introduction to Criminal Justice
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 1210
Criminal Law I
about
3
marked
marked
PEG 1137
First Aid & Safety Education
about
3
marked
marked
PSY 1101
General Psychology I
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ENG 1121
Composition & Analysis
about
marked
marked
or
JUS 1221
Police Report Writing
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 1205
Ethics for Police Officers
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 1211
Criminal Law II
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 1230
Substance Abuse Issues
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 2253
Probation and Parole
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
JUS 1220
Youth and Administration of Justice
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 2201
Criminal Investigations I
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 2240
Traffic Administration
about
3
marked
marked
MTH 1201
Technical Mathematics
about
marked
marked
or
ELEC
College Level Math marked
about
3
marked
marked
ELEC
Humanities Gen EdElective marked
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
DAP 1201
Business Computer Systems
about
marked
marked
or
DAP 2202
Word Processing I
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 2202
Criminal Investigation II
about
3
marked
marked
JUS 2220
Police Organization & Operations
about
3
marked
marked
SOC 2101
Principles of Sociology
about
3
marked
marked
SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Program Total
60
marked
C548
Adv Industrial Technician (INDS)
WVC 
Program Overview:

The Industrial Technician Certificates, which are progressive certificates, prepare graduates to become technical and/or technical management-oriented professionals for employment or employment enhancement in manufacturing industries/businesses. These certificates represent an optional curriculum subset to the Industrial Studies degree program, which is an integrated curriculum designed to prepare students with a broad understanding of industrial manufacturing isssues, concepts, and techniques.

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Requirements
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
CAD 1210
Computer Aided Drafting I
about
3
marked
marked
CAD 1220
Computer Aided Drafting II
about
3
marked
marked
EDR 1202
Mechanical Blueprint Reading
about
4
marked
marked
MAC 1225
Internship
about
2
marked
marked
MAC 2231
Introduction to CNC
about
3
marked
marked
MAN 1204
Manuf Materials & Processes
about
4
marked
marked
MAN 1211
Industrial Electricity
about
4
marked
marked
MAN 1215
Mechanical Drives
about
3
marked
marked
MAN 1221
Motors/Motor Controls
about
4
marked
marked
MAN 2211
Programmable Logic Controllers
about
4
marked
marked
MAN 2215
Robotics & Vision Systems
about
4
marked
marked
WEL 1203
Practical Welding
about
4
marked
marked
ELEC
Manufacturing Elective AND/ marked
about
marked
marked
or
ELEC
Gunsmithing Elective marked
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
45
Other recommended courses
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EGR 1298
Topics/Issues in Engineering Technology
about
marked
marked
DEQ 1221
Hydraulics I
about
marked
marked
Term Total
Program Total
45
marked
C566
Advanced CNC Programming (MANUF)
WVC 
Program Overview:
Computer control programmers and operators use computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines to cut and shape precision products. CNC machines operate by reading the code included in a computer controlled module, which drives the machine tool and performs the functions of forming and shaping a part. CNC machines include machining tools such as lathes, multi-axis spindles, milling machines, laser cutting machines, and wire electrical discharge machines.

Program and/or Course Requirements:
As noted below, completion of Advanced Manufacturing (D563) is a prerequisite for this certificate.

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Pre-Program Requirements
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
DEGREE
Advanced Manufacturing D563
about
marked
marked
Term Total
Requirements
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EGR 1131
Engineering Graphics and Design
about
3
marked
marked
MAC 2232
Advanced CNC Training
about
3
marked
marked
MAN 2208
3D Contouring
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Program Total
9
marked
C557
Advanced Machining (MANUF)
WVC 
Program Overview:
Advanced Machining prepares graduates to enter the occupation at a high level of proficiency and to advance at a rapid rate in industry. Job titles include: tool and die maker apprentice, jig and fixture repairman, quality control inspector, machine operations specialist, CNC machinist, and general machine operator.

Program and/or Course Requirements:
As noted below, completion of Advanced Manufacturing (D563) is a prerequisite for this certificate.

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Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
DEGREE
Advanced Manufacturing D563
about
marked
marked
Term Total
Requirements
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
MAC 1208
Interm. Machine Processes
about
6
marked
marked
MAN 2210
Stamping and Molding
about
6
marked
marked
Term Total
12
Program Total
12
marked
D563
Advanced Manufacturing (MANUF)
WVC 
Program Overview:
The Advanced Manufacturing degree promotes and enhances the skills of students, helping them to succeed within the advanced manufacturing industry. This program requires extensive applied technical knowledge, combined with strong communication skills, to effectively interact with individuals as well as groups and teams. The program represents education and skill building toward a broader advanced manufacturing theory.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EDR 1202
Mechanical Blueprint Reading
about
4
marked
marked
MAN 1201
Introduction to Machining
about
5
marked
marked
MAN 1202
Industrial Safety
about
2
marked
marked
MAN 1211
Industrial Electricity
about
4
marked
marked
WEL 1203
Practical Welding
about
4
marked
marked
Term Total
19
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
CAD 1210
Computer Aided Drafting I
about
3
marked
marked
ENG 1111
Composition I
about
marked
marked
or
ENG 1201
Communications
about
3
marked
marked
MAC 2231
Introduction to CNC
about
3
marked
marked
MAN 1204
Manuf Materials & Processes
about
4
marked
marked
MAN 1215
Mechanical Drives
about
3
marked
marked
MTH 1201
Technical Mathematics
about
4
marked
marked
Term Total
20
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
DAP 1201
Business Computer Systems
about
3
marked
marked
GEN 2297
Employment Skills
about
2
marked
marked
MAC 1203
Precision Measurement
about
3
marked
marked
MAN 2202
Leadership
about
3
marked
marked
MAN 2211
Programmable Logic Controllers
about
4
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
MAN 2201
Quality Concepts & Techniques
about
2
marked
marked
PHY 1111
Technical Physics I
about
4
marked
marked
PSY 1101
General Psychology I
about
marked
marked
or
PSY 1103
Business Psychology
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Recommended Electives
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EGR 1131
Engineering Graphics and Design
about
marked
marked
MAC 1208
Interm. Machine Processes
about
marked
marked
MAC 2232
Advanced CNC Training
about
marked
marked
MAN 1205
Predictive Maintenance
about
marked
marked
MAN 1206
Hydraulics & Pneumatics
about
marked
marked
MAN 1207
Introduction to HVAC
about
marked
marked
MAN 1210
Industrial Materials
about
marked
marked
MAN 1221
Motors/Motor Controls
about
marked
marked
MAN 2203
Organizational Behavior
about
marked
marked
MAN 2206
Intro to Design Concepts
about
marked
marked
MAN 2208
3D Contouring
about
marked
marked
MAN 2210
Stamping and Molding
about
marked
marked
MAN 2212
Industrial Automation I
about
marked
marked
MAN 2214
Industrial Automation II
about
marked
marked
MAN 2215
Robotics & Vision Systems
about
marked
marked
Term Total
Program Total
63
marked
C403
Advanced Suppression Specialist (FIRES)
FCC 
Program Overview:
Graduates of the fire degree and certificate programs will have the knowledge, attitudes, skills, habits, and hands-on experience needed to perform a variety of firefighting functions, including fire scene operations, fire prevention, fire instruction, and hazardous materials operations. Graduates can apply their skills fighting fire, performing fire prevention inspections, and operating fire equipment. Graduates will be able to evaluate a fire scene, develop strategies for handling different types of fire incidents, develop pre-fire plans, evaluate a business/industry for fire hazards, and evaluate/manage a hazardous materials incident. Topics of study include: techniques of firefighting, hazardous materials, fire apparatus, fire service instruction, fire prevention, and first responder.

Graduates will have the potential for employment as a firefighter, fire investigator, arson investigator, fire prevention officer, fire service executive support specialist, fire service vehicle operator, fire apparatus engineer, fire instructor, training program manager, fire officer, safety educator, or fire prevention inspector.

Program and/or Course Requirements:
Prior to enrollment in this program, fire department service records must be provided, if applicable. In addition to fees, students are required to have all safety gear that meets current National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EPF 1203
Fire Ground Operations
about
3
marked
marked
EPF 1205
Vehicle Operator Fundamentals
about
1
marked
marked
EPF 1208
Firefighting Fundamentals
about
4
marked
marked
EPF 1209
Fire Suppression Fundamentals
about
4
marked
marked
EPH 1200
Hazardous Mat Fundamentals
about
1
marked
marked
Term Total
13
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EMA 1200
NIMS Certification
about
2
marked
marked
EPF 1204
Firefighting Applications
about
2
marked
marked
EPF 1219
Technical Rescue Awareness
about
1
marked
marked
EPF 1600
Firefighting Safety Fundamentals
about
.5
marked
marked
EPH 1201
Hazardous Materials Operations
about
3
marked
marked
EPM 1200
CPR Fundamentals
about
.5
marked
marked
EPM 1620
CPR/First Aid
about
.5
marked
marked
Term Total
9.5
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EPF 1206
Extrication Practices
about
3
marked
marked
EPF 1207
Fire Apparatus Engineer
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
6
Program Total
28.5
marked
D115
Agricultural Technology | Business (AGB)
WVC 
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Program Overview:
Graduates of the Agricultural Technology Business Option program qualify for a variety of rewarding positions. Areas of employment encompass agricultural sales, marketing, mid-management at dealerships or distributorships, research, or other agricultural positions. Job opportunities include operational or mid-management positions at agricultural suppliers of feed, seed, fertilizer, chemicals, grain, equipment, and other products and services.

Upon completion of this program, students should be able to communicate with other people, demonstrate a general knowledge of crop and livestock production, understand the problems of agriculture, be aware of the new developments in farming, and develop skills in marketing, management, and financing in agri-business.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGR 1111
Introduction to Soil Science
about
marked
marked
or
GEL 1112
Physical Geology
about
4
marked
marked
AGR 1112
Introduction to Agronomy
about
4
marked
marked
AGR 1121
Introduction to Animal Science
about
4
marked
marked
ELEC
English Gen Ed Elective marked
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGR 1201
Agricultural Business Seminar I
about
1
marked
marked
AGR 1213
Soil Fertility & Fertilizers
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 1214
Crop Protection
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 1261
Supervised Occupational Experience I
about
2
marked
marked
AGR 2252
Advanced Computers in Agriculture
about
3
marked
marked
ELEC
Math Gen Ed Elective marked
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Summer Semester
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGR 1262
Supervised Occupational Experience II
about
2
marked
marked
AGR 2202
Agriculture Business Seminar II
about
1
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGR 1210
Precision Agriculture
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 1231
Ag Records and Analysis
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 2203
Agriculture Business Seminar III
about
1
marked
marked
AGR 2221
Animal Nutrition
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 2234
Agricultural Finance
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 2241
Agricultural Salesmanship
about
2
marked
marked
AGR 2263
Supervised Occupational Experience III
about
2
marked
marked
Term Total
17
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGR 1132
Intro. to Agricultural Economics
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 1191
Introductory Agricultural Mechanization
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 2204
Agriculture Business Seminar IV
about
1
marked
marked
AGR 2235
Agribusiness Management
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 2264
Supervised Occupational Experience IV
about
2
marked
marked
EDU 1108
Standard First Aid
about
2
marked
marked
GEN 2297
Employment Skills
about
2
marked
marked
ELEC
Humanities Gen Ed Elective marked
about
marked
marked
or
ELEC
Social Science Gen Ed Elective marked
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
19
Other Recommended Core Electives (with permision of instructor)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGP 2243
Farm Futures Markets
about
marked
marked
AGR 1110
Intro to Agricultural Ed
about
marked
marked
AGR 1200
Agricultural Occupations
about
marked
marked
AGR 1205
Intro to Floral Design
about
marked
marked
AGR 1215
Ag Chem Applicator
about
marked
marked
AGR 1216
Precision Agriculture Controls
about
marked
marked
AGR 1221
Turf & Landscape Management
about
marked
marked
AGR 1233
Agricultural Law
about
marked
marked
AGR 1281
Intro Geographical Information Sys
about
marked
marked
HRT 1208
Introduction to Horticulture
about
marked
marked
TRK 1210
CDL Exam Preparation
about
marked
marked
WEL 1201
Basic Welding
about
marked
marked
WEL 1203
Practical Welding
about
marked
marked
Term Total
Program Total
69
marked
D125
Agricultural Technology | Production (AGP)
WVC 
program image
Program Overview:
The Agricultural Technology Production option program prepares students for careers in farming and farm-related occupations. Besides farming, other entry-level occupations that program graduates may seek include agricultural extension, agricultural communication, farm management, agricultural finance, agricultural production, soil and water conservation technicians, and positions in agricultural service and supply industries.

Students completing the program will have received a thorough education in basic agricultural sciences, such as soils, fertilizers, chemicals, animal nutrition, agronomy, animal science, and crop production. Students also will be prepared to meet the managerial, financial, and marketing challenges associated with farming. Program flexibility also allows students to upgrade their farm mechanics skills and to participate in livestock evaluation activities.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGR 1111
Introduction to Soil Science
about
marked
marked
or
GEL 1112
Physical Geology
about
4
marked
marked
AGR 1112
Introduction to Agronomy
about
4
marked
marked
AGR 1121
Introduction to Animal Science
about
4
marked
marked
ELEC
English Gen Ed Elective marked
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGP 1201
Agri-Production Seminar I
about
1
marked
marked
AGP 1261
Supervised Occupational Experience I
about
2
marked
marked
AGR 1213
Soil Fertility & Fertilizers
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 1214
Crop Protection
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 2252
Advanced Computers in Agriculture
about
3
marked
marked
ELEC
Math Gen Ed Elective marked
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Summer Semester
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGP 1262
Supervised Occupational Experience II
about
2
marked
marked
AGP 2202
Agri-Production Seminar II
about
1
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGP 1231
Farm Management
about
3
marked
marked
AGP 2203
Agri-Production Seminar III
about
1
marked
marked
AGP 2263
Supervised Occupational Experience III
about
2
marked
marked
AGR 1210
Precision Agriculture
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 1231
Ag Records and Analysis
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 2221
Animal Nutrition
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 2234
Agricultural Finance
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
18
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGP 1215
Crop Production
about
3
marked
marked
AGP 2204
Agri-Production Seminar IV
about
1
marked
marked
AGP 2264
Supervised Occupational Experience IV
about
2
marked
marked
AGR 1132
Intro. to Agricultural Economics
about
3
marked
marked
AGR 1191
Introductory Agricultural Mechanization
about
3
marked
marked
EDU 1108
Standard First Aid
about
2
marked
marked
GEN 2297
Employment Skills
about
2
marked
marked
ELEC
Humanities Gen Ed Elective marked
about
marked
marked
or
ELEC
Social Science Gen Ed Elective marked
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
19
Recommended Electives
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AGP 2243
Farm Futures Markets
about
marked
marked
AGR 1110
Intro to Agricultural Ed
about
marked
marked
AGR 1200
Agricultural Occupations
about
marked
marked
AGR 1205
Intro to Floral Design
about
marked
marked
AGR 1215
Ag Chem Applicator
about
marked
marked
AGR 1216
Precision Agriculture Controls
about
marked
marked
AGR 1221
Turf & Landscape Management
about
marked
marked
AGR 1233
Agricultural Law
about
marked
marked
AGR 1281
Intro Geographical Information Sys
about
marked
marked
HRT 1208
Introduction to Horticulture
about
marked
marked
TRK 1210
CDL Exam Preparation
about
marked
marked
WEL 1201
Basic Welding
about
marked
marked
WEL 1203
Practical Welding
about
marked
marked
Term Total
Program Total
70
marked
C122
Alternative Fuels (ENRGY)
WVC 
Program Overview:
Potential customers for an alternative/biofuels program cross many industries, including those in energy (ethanol, biodiesel, electricity distribution, solar, and wind), food processing, chemical processing, biological processing, and associated service industries. Potential employment settings include ethanol plants, refineries, commodity manufacturing plants, and energy processing and distribution plants. Specific classes of job categories include typical manufacturing plant positions such as engineering technicians, process operators, process technicians, maintenance technicians, and science technicians.

This certificate is a specialized program that requires strong skills with a foundation in math, science, communications, computing, and management.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EDU 1108
Standard First Aid
about
2
marked
marked
ENR 1201
Intro to Energy
about
3
marked
marked
Term Total
5
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ENR 1203
Biofuel Production
about
2
marked
marked
ENR 1205
Effects of Alternative Fuels
about
3
marked
marked
LSC 1105
Environmental Biology
about
4
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Program Total
14
marked
D100
Associate in Arts (AA)
ALL FCC LTC OCC WVC 
Program Overview:
The Associate in Arts degree fulfills requirements of the IAI General Education Core Curriculum, allowing for a smooth transition to any of the 100+ participating Illinois institutions. After successful completion of this degree, a student can generally transfer with junior status. It is the student’s responsibility to work closely with an advisor so that electives are appropriate, transferable, and applicable to the student’s major at the transfer college or university.

Program and/or Course Requirements:
The header for each group indicates the number of HOURS and/or COURSES that are needed from each for this degree.

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Communications - Required 3 Courses (9 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ENG 1111
Composition I
3
marked
marked
ENG 1121
Composition & Analysis
3
marked
marked
SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
3
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Mathematics - Required (3 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
MTH 1103
Liberal Arts Math
3
marked
marked
MTH 1104
Quantitative Reasoning
marked
marked
MTH 1122
Geometry for Elementary Majors
marked
marked
MTH 1131
Introduction to Statistics
marked
marked
MTH 1151
Finite Mathematics
marked
marked
MTH 1152
Applied Calculus
marked
marked
MTH 1153
Statistics
marked
marked
MTH 1171
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
marked
marked
MTH 1172
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
marked
marked
MTH 2173
Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Physical and Life Sciences - Required (7 Hours) Include 1 life, 1 physical & 1 lab
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
LIFE SCIENCES:
marked
marked
LSC 1101
General Biology I
4
marked
marked
LSC 1102
General Biology II
marked
marked
LSC 1105
Environmental Biology
marked
marked
LSC 1106
Introduction to Biology
marked
marked
LSC 1107
Introduction to Human Genetics
marked
marked
PHYSICAL SCIENCES:
marked
marked
CHM 1120
Introductory Chemistry
marked
marked
CHM 1130
General Chemistry I
marked
marked
GEG 1101
Introduction to Physical Geography
marked
marked
GEG 1103
Introductory Meteorology
marked
marked
GEL 1110
General Geology
marked
marked
GEL 1112
Physical Geology
marked
marked
GEL 2111
Environmental Geology
marked
marked
PHY 1110
Survey of Physics
marked
marked
PHY 1120
Physics I
marked
marked
PHY 2110
General Physics I
marked
marked
PSC 1101
Intro to Physical Science
marked
marked
PSC 1111
Introduction to Astronomy
3
marked
marked
PSC 1112
Introduction to Astronomy Lab
marked
marked
PSC 2101
Environmental Science
marked
marked
Term Total
7
Humanities / Fine Arts - Required (9 Hours) Include at least: 1 humanities and 1 fine arts
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
HUMANITIES:
marked
marked
LIT 2101
Introduction to Literature
3
marked
marked
LIT 2111
American Literature to 1855
marked
marked
LIT 2112
American Literature Since 1855
marked
marked
LIT 2121
English Literature to 1800
marked
marked
LIT 2122
English Literature Since 1800
marked
marked
LIT 2131
World Literature to 1620
marked
marked
LIT 2132
World Literature Since 1620
marked
marked
LIT 2135
Women in Literature
marked
marked
LIT 2141
Understanding Poetry
marked
marked
LIT 2142
Understanding Drama
marked
marked
LIT 2143
Understanding the Short Story
marked
marked
LIT 2145
Children's Literature
marked
marked
LIT 2151
Shakespeare
marked
marked
LIT 2181
Mythology
marked
marked
PHI 1111
Introduction to Philosophy
marked
marked
PHI 2101
Introduction to Ethics
marked
marked
PHI 2111
Introduction to Logic
marked
marked
PHI 2121
Philosophy of Religion
marked
marked
SOC 1109
Sociology of Religion
marked
marked
SOC 1110
Gods, Heroes, and Society
marked
marked
SPN 2121
Intermediate Spanish II
marked
marked
HUMANITIES/ FINE ARTS:
marked
marked
HUM 2151
Introduction to Asian Culture
3
marked
marked
HUM 2161
Forging the American Character
marked
marked
FINE ARTS:
marked
marked
ART 1141
Cinema Appreciation
3
marked
marked
ART 1181
Art History I
marked
marked
ART 2101
Understanding Art
marked
marked
ART 2181
Art History II
marked
marked
ART 2191
Non-Western Art
marked
marked
DRA 1111
Introduction to Theatre
marked
marked
HUM 1111
Intro to Art Music and Theatre
marked
marked
MUS 1101
Music Appreciation
marked
marked
MUS 1102
History of American Music
marked
marked
MUS 1103
Music in Multicultural America
marked
marked
MUS 1104
World Music
marked
marked
MUS 2131
Music History I
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Social and Behavioral Sciences - Required (9 Hours) Include courses from at least 2 disciplines
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ANT 2101
Introduction to Anthropology
3
marked
marked
ANT 2102
Cultural Anthropology
marked
marked
ECN 1101
Introduction to Economics
marked
marked
ECN 2101
Principles of Macroeconomics
marked
marked
ECN 2102
Principles of Microeconomics
marked
marked
GEG 1102
World Geography
marked
marked
HIS 1104
History of Eastern Civilizations I
marked
marked
HIS 1105
History of Eastern Civilizations II
marked
marked
HIS 1111
Western Civilization Before 1600 AD
marked
marked
HIS 1112
Western Civilization After 1600 AD
marked
marked
HIS 1120
World History to 1500
marked
marked
HIS 1121
World History Since 1500
marked
marked
HIS 2101
U.S. History to 1877
marked
marked
HIS 2102
U.S. History Since 1877
marked
marked
HIS 2104
Intro. to African Am. History
3
marked
marked
HUM 2131
Intro to Latin American Culture
marked
marked
PLS 1101
Introduction to Political Science
marked
marked
PLS 2101
Government of the United States
marked
marked
PLS 2103
State and Local Government
marked
marked
PLS 2106
Introduction to International Relations
marked
marked
PSY 1101
General Psychology I
marked
marked
PSY 1108
Psychological Aspects of Aging
marked
marked
PSY 2104
Child Psychology
marked
marked
PSY 2105
Adolescent Psychology
marked
marked
PSY 2107
Social Psychology
marked
marked
PSY 2109
Human Growth and Development
marked
marked
SOC 1107
The Sociology of Sex & Gender
marked
marked
SOC 1108
Race and Ethnic Relations
marked
marked
SOC 2101
Principles of Sociology
marked
marked
SOC 2102
Social Problems and Trends
marked
marked
SOC 2103
Marriage & Family
3
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Foreign Language - Required (8 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
2 Semesters
of the Same Language
8
marked
marked
Term Total
8
P.E. / Health / Nutrition - Required (2 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EDU 1107
Health
marked
marked
EDU 1108
Standard First Aid
marked
marked
EDU 1111
Multimedia First Aid
marked
marked
EDU 2108
Drug and Alcohol Education
marked
marked
HEC 1101
Nutrition
marked
marked
Or any:
PEG, PEI, PTE Course
2
marked
marked
Term Total
2
Major / Elective Credit - 17 Semester Hours
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
Maj/Elective Credit
Major/Elective Credits
17
marked
marked
Term Total
17
College Orientation - Highly Recommended (1 Hour)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
Program Total
64
marked
D595*
Associate in General Studies (AGS)
ALL FCC LTC OCC WVC 
Program Overview:
THIS DEGREE IS AVAILABLE ONLINE

The Associate in General Studies (AGS) degree is designed for students who wish to explore their individual interests within an academic structure. Acceptance of credit for the AGS degree is at the discretion of the receiving institution.

Program and/or Course Requirements:
General Education........................................................ 20 Semester hours

Area of concentration....................................................12 Semester hours

Electives........................................................................ 32 Semester hours

TOTAL........................................................................... 64 Semester hours

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General Education - Required (20 hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ENG 1101
Introduction to Composition
marked
marked
or
ENG 1111
Composition I
marked
marked
or
ENG 1121
Composition & Analysis
marked
marked
or
ENG 1201
Communications
marked
marked
or
ENG 1212
Technical Writing
6
marked
marked
SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
marked
marked
or
SPE 1111
Interpersonal Communications
3
marked
marked
ELEC
Any general life or physical science or mathematics course marked
5
marked
marked
ELEC
Any general humanities course marked
3
marked
marked
ELEC
Any general social science course marked
3
marked
marked
NOTE:
Either the general humanities or general social science course must be an IAI approved human diversity course. IAI approved human diversity courses should be selected from the IAI General Education Core Curriculum.
marked
marked
Term Total
20
Area of Concentration - Required (12 hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
NOTE:
A minimum of 12 semester hours must be successfully completed in one (1) of seven (7) areas of concentration listed below. Courses which are not college level, including, but not limited to, community education, remedial education, adult basic education, and adult secondary education may not be used to satisfy the Area of Concentration requirements. Only course numbers with a 1 or 2 in the first position and a 1, 2 or 6 in the second position are eligible for the Area of Concentration requirements. Courses used to satisfy the General Education requirements may not be counted toward Area of Concentration requirements.
12
marked
marked
Comm. Skills:
English, composition, communications, journalism, speech
marked
marked
Mathematics:
College algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, liberal arts, technical mathematics
marked
marked
Science:
Life or physical science courses such as biology, microbiology, botany, zoology, anatomy, chemistry, physics
marked
marked
Humanities:
Advanced speech, literature, art, music, philosophy, drama, French, German, Spanish, etc.
marked
marked
Social Science:
Anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, sociology
marked
marked
General Business:
Management, marketing, accounting, advertising, bookkeeping, general business
marked
marked
Tech. Skills:
Course work may be selected from any one (1) technical certificate or degree program. Eligible courses are listed in the catalog under programs and curricula.
marked
marked
Term Total
12
Elective Course Work - Required (32 hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
NOTE:
Thirty-two (32) semester hours of the Associate in General Studies degree may be elective coursework. Courses eligible as electives are those courses which have a 1 or 2 in the first position and a 1, 2 or 6 in the second position. Courses which are not college level, including community education, remedial education, and adult secondary education are not eligible. Courses taken to satisfy General Education and Area of Concentration requirements may not be used to satisfy elective coursework. College Orientation is highly recommended.
32
marked
marked
Term Total
32
Program Total
64
marked
D110
Associate in Science (AS)
ALL FCC LTC OCC WVC 
Program Overview:
The Associate in Science degree will ease transition to a science-related baccalaureate degree program. After successful completion, a student can generally transfer with junior status. It is the student’s responsibility to work closely with an advisor so that electives are appropriate, transferable, and applicable to the student’s major at the transfer college or university.
PROGRAM NOTE: The Illinois Community College Board approved changes to the Associate in Science degree on 9/18/2015 in order to smooth the transfer for STEM students into four-year institutions. The requirements below reflect those changes which became effective for new students beginning Fall 2016. The changes increased the hours of mathematics and physical/life sciences at the community college level in order to better replicate the courses freshman and sophomore students are taking at a four-year university. This results in the likelihood of a student not completing all of the IAI General Education Core Curriculum at the community college, but completing post-transfer instead.

Program and/or Course Requirements:
The header for each group indicates the number of HOURS and/or COURSES that are needed from each for this degree.

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Communications - Required 3 Courses (9 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ENG 1111
Composition I
3
marked
marked
ENG 1121
Composition & Analysis
3
marked
marked
SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
3
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Mathematics - Required (6 - 9 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
MTH 1102
College Algebra
marked
marked
MTH 1103
Liberal Arts Math
3
marked
marked
MTH 1104
Quantitative Reasoning
marked
marked
MTH 1122
Geometry for Elementary Majors
3
marked
marked
MTH 1131
Introduction to Statistics
marked
marked
MTH 1151
Finite Mathematics
marked
marked
MTH 1152
Applied Calculus
marked
marked
MTH 1153
Statistics
marked
marked
MTH 1171
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
marked
marked
MTH 1172
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
marked
marked
MTH 2173
Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
marked
marked
Term Total
6
Physical and Life Sciences - Required (10-11 Hours) Include 1 life, 1 physical & 1 lab
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
LIFE SCIENCES:
marked
marked
LSC 1101
General Biology I
4
marked
marked
LSC 1102
General Biology II
marked
marked
LSC 1105
Environmental Biology
marked
marked
LSC 1106
Introduction to Biology
marked
marked
LSC 1107
Introduction to Human Genetics
marked
marked
PHYSICAL SCIENCES:
marked
marked
CHM 1120
Introductory Chemistry
marked
marked
CHM 1130
General Chemistry I
marked
marked
GEG 1101
Introduction to Physical Geography
marked
marked
GEG 1103
Introductory Meteorology
marked
marked
GEL 1110
General Geology
3
marked
marked
GEL 1112
Physical Geology
marked
marked
GEL 2111
Environmental Geology
marked
marked
PHY 1110
Survey of Physics
marked
marked
PHY 1120
Physics I
marked
marked
PHY 2110
General Physics I
marked
marked
PSC 1101
Intro to Physical Science
marked
marked
PSC 1111
Introduction to Astronomy
3
marked
marked
PSC 1112
Introduction to Astronomy Lab
marked
marked
PSC 2101
Environmental Science
marked
marked
Term Total
10
Humanities/Fine Arts - Required (6 Hours) Include 1 humanities and 1 fine arts
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
HUMANITIES:
marked
marked
LIT 2101
Introduction to Literature
3
marked
marked
LIT 2111
American Literature to 1855
marked
marked
LIT 2112
American Literature Since 1855
marked
marked
LIT 2121
English Literature to 1800
marked
marked
LIT 2122
English Literature Since 1800
marked
marked
LIT 2131
World Literature to 1620
marked
marked
LIT 2132
World Literature Since 1620
marked
marked
LIT 2135
Women in Literature
marked
marked
LIT 2141
Understanding Poetry
marked
marked
LIT 2142
Understanding Drama
marked
marked
LIT 2143
Understanding the Short Story
marked
marked
LIT 2145
Children's Literature
marked
marked
LIT 2151
Shakespeare
marked
marked
LIT 2181
Mythology
marked
marked
PHI 1111
Introduction to Philosophy
marked
marked
PHI 2101
Introduction to Ethics
marked
marked
PHI 2111
Introduction to Logic
marked
marked
PHI 2121
Philosophy of Religion
marked
marked
SOC 1109
Sociology of Religion
marked
marked
SOC 1110
Gods, Heroes, and Society
marked
marked
SPN 2121
Intermediate Spanish II
marked
marked
HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS:
marked
marked
HUM 2151
Introduction to Asian Culture
marked
marked
HUM 2161
Forging the American Character
marked
marked
FINE ARTS:
marked
marked
ART 1141
Cinema Appreciation
3
marked
marked
ART 1181
Art History I
marked
marked
ART 2101
Understanding Art
marked
marked
ART 2181
Art History II
marked
marked
ART 2191
Non-Western Art
marked
marked
DRA 1111
Introduction to Theatre
marked
marked
HUM 1111
Intro to Art Music and Theatre
marked
marked
MUS 1101
Music Appreciation
marked
marked
MUS 1102
History of American Music
marked
marked
MUS 1103
Music in Multicultural America
marked
marked
MUS 1104
World Music
marked
marked
MUS 2131
Music History I
marked
marked
Term Total
6
Social and Behavioral Sciences - Required (6 Hours) Include courses from at least 2 disciplines
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ANT 2101
Introduction to Anthropology
3
marked
marked
ANT 2102
Cultural Anthropology
marked
marked
ECN 1101
Introduction to Economics
marked
marked
ECN 2101
Principles of Macroeconomics
marked
marked
ECN 2102
Principles of Microeconomics
marked
marked
GEG 1102
World Geography
marked
marked
HIS 1104
History of Eastern Civilizations I
marked
marked
HIS 1105
History of Eastern Civilizations II
marked
marked
HIS 1111
Western Civilization Before 1600 AD
marked
marked
HIS 1112
Western Civilization After 1600 AD
marked
marked
HIS 1120
World History to 1500
marked
marked
HIS 1121
World History Since 1500
marked
marked
HIS 2101
U.S. History to 1877
marked
marked
HIS 2102
U.S. History Since 1877
marked
marked
HIS 2104
Intro. to African Am. History
marked
marked
HUM 2131
Intro to Latin American Culture
marked
marked
PLS 1101
Introduction to Political Science
3
marked
marked
PLS 2101
Government of the United States
marked
marked
PLS 2103
State and Local Government
marked
marked
PLS 2106
Introduction to International Relations
marked
marked
PSY 1101
General Psychology I
marked
marked
PSY 1108
Psychological Aspects of Aging
marked
marked
PSY 2104
Child Psychology
marked
marked
PSY 2105
Adolescent Psychology
marked
marked
PSY 2107
Social Psychology
marked
marked
PSY 2109
Human Growth and Development
marked
marked
SOC 1107
The Sociology of Sex & Gender
marked
marked
SOC 1108
Race and Ethnic Relations
marked
marked
SOC 2101
Principles of Sociology
marked
marked
SOC 2102
Social Problems and Trends
marked
marked
SOC 2103
Marriage & Family
marked
marked
Term Total
6
Human Diversity - Required (1 Course)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
NOTE:
See catalog or advisor to select the appropriate humanity or social science course to meet this requirement.
marked
marked
Term Total
P.E. / Health / Nutrition - Required (2 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EDU 1107
Health
marked
marked
EDU 1108
Standard First Aid
2
marked
marked
EDU 1111
Multimedia First Aid
marked
marked
EDU 2108
Drug and Alcohol Education
marked
marked
HEC 1101
Nutrition
marked
marked
Or any:
PEG, PEI, PTE Course
marked
marked
Term Total
2
Major / Elective - Required (19 - 22 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
Maj/Elective Credit
Major/Elective Credits
19
marked
marked
Term Total
19
Post-Transfer GECC - Required (6 Hours) Or can complete at IECC
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
GECC
Humanities marked
marked
marked
or
GECC
Fine Arts marked
3
marked
marked
GECC
Social or Behavioral Science marked
3
marked
marked
Term Total
6
College Orientation - Highly Recommended (1 Hour)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
Program Total
64
marked
D111
Associate in Science and Arts (ASA)
ALL FCC LTC OCC WVC 
Program Overview:
The Associate in Science and Arts degree fulfills requirements of the IAI General Education Core Curriculum, allowing for a smooth transition to any of the 100+ participating Illinois institutions. After successful completion of this degree, a student can generally transfer with junior status. It is the student’s responsibility to work closely with an advisor so that electives are appropriate, transferable, and applicable to the student’s major at the transfer college or university.

Program and/or Course Requirements:
The header for each group indicates the number of HOURS and/or COURSES that are needed from each for this degree.

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Communications - Required 3 Courses (9 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ENG 1111
Composition I
3
marked
marked
ENG 1121
Composition & Analysis
3
marked
marked
SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
3
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Mathematics - Required (3 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
MTH 1103
Liberal Arts Math
3
marked
marked
MTH 1104
Quantitative Reasoning
marked
marked
MTH 1122
Geometry for Elementary Majors
marked
marked
MTH 1131
Introduction to Statistics
marked
marked
MTH 1151
Finite Mathematics
marked
marked
MTH 1152
Applied Calculus
marked
marked
MTH 1153
Statistics
marked
marked
MTH 1171
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
marked
marked
MTH 1172
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
marked
marked
MTH 2173
Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Physical and Life Sciences - Required (7 Hours) Include 1 life, 1 physical, & 1 lab
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
LIFE SCIENCES:
marked
marked
LSC 1101
General Biology I
4
marked
marked
LSC 1102
General Biology II
marked
marked
LSC 1105
Environmental Biology
marked
marked
LSC 1106
Introduction to Biology
marked
marked
LSC 1107
Introduction to Human Genetics
marked
marked
PHYSICAL SCIENCES:
marked
marked
CHM 1120
Introductory Chemistry
marked
marked
CHM 1130
General Chemistry I
marked
marked
GEG 1101
Introduction to Physical Geography
marked
marked
GEG 1103
Introductory Meteorology
marked
marked
GEL 1110
General Geology
marked
marked
GEL 1112
Physical Geology
marked
marked
GEL 2111
Environmental Geology
marked
marked
PHY 1110
Survey of Physics
marked
marked
PHY 1120
Physics I
marked
marked
PHY 2110
General Physics I
marked
marked
PSC 1101
Intro to Physical Science
marked
marked
PSC 1111
Introduction to Astronomy
3
marked
marked
PSC 1112
Introduction to Astronomy Lab
marked
marked
PSC 2101
Environmental Science
marked
marked
Term Total
7
Humanities / Fine Arts - Required (9 Hours) Include at least: 1 humanities and 1 fine arts
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
HUMANITIES:
marked
marked
LIT 2101
Introduction to Literature
3
marked
marked
LIT 2111
American Literature to 1855
marked
marked
LIT 2112
American Literature Since 1855
marked
marked
LIT 2121
English Literature to 1800
marked
marked
LIT 2122
English Literature Since 1800
marked
marked
LIT 2131
World Literature to 1620
marked
marked
LIT 2132
World Literature Since 1620
marked
marked
LIT 2135
Women in Literature
marked
marked
LIT 2141
Understanding Poetry
marked
marked
LIT 2142
Understanding Drama
marked
marked
LIT 2143
Understanding the Short Story
marked
marked
LIT 2145
Children's Literature
marked
marked
LIT 2151
Shakespeare
marked
marked
LIT 2181
Mythology
marked
marked
PHI 1111
Introduction to Philosophy
marked
marked
PHI 2101
Introduction to Ethics
marked
marked
PHI 2111
Introduction to Logic
marked
marked
PHI 2121
Philosophy of Religion
marked
marked
SOC 1109
Sociology of Religion
marked
marked
SOC 1110
Gods, Heroes, and Society
marked
marked
SPN 2121
Intermediate Spanish II
marked
marked
HUMANITIES/ FINE ARTS:
marked
marked
HUM 2151
Introduction to Asian Culture
3
marked
marked
HUM 2161
Forging the American Character
marked
marked
FINE ARTS:
marked
marked
ART 1141
Cinema Appreciation
3
marked
marked
ART 1181
Art History I
marked
marked
ART 2101
Understanding Art
marked
marked
ART 2181
Art History II
marked
marked
ART 2191
Non-Western Art
marked
marked
DRA 1111
Introduction to Theatre
marked
marked
HUM 1111
Intro to Art Music and Theatre
marked
marked
MUS 1101
Music Appreciation
marked
marked
MUS 1102
History of American Music
marked
marked
MUS 1103
Music in Multicultural America
marked
marked
MUS 1104
World Music
marked
marked
MUS 2131
Music History I
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Social and Behavioral Sciences - Required (9 Hours) Include courses from at least 2 disciplines
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
ANT 2101
Introduction to Anthropology
3
marked
marked
ANT 2102
Cultural Anthropology
marked
marked
ECN 1101
Introduction to Economics
marked
marked
ECN 2101
Principles of Macroeconomics
marked
marked
ECN 2102
Principles of Microeconomics
marked
marked
GEG 1102
World Geography
marked
marked
HIS 1104
History of Eastern Civilizations I
marked
marked
HIS 1105
History of Eastern Civilizations II
marked
marked
HIS 1111
Western Civilization Before 1600 AD
marked
marked
HIS 1112
Western Civilization After 1600 AD
marked
marked
HIS 1120
World History to 1500
marked
marked
HIS 1121
World History Since 1500
marked
marked
HIS 2101
U.S. History to 1877
marked
marked
HIS 2102
U.S. History Since 1877
marked
marked
HIS 2104
Intro. to African Am. History
3
marked
marked
HUM 2131
Intro to Latin American Culture
marked
marked
PLS 1101
Introduction to Political Science
marked
marked
PLS 2101
Government of the United States
marked
marked
PLS 2103
State and Local Government
marked
marked
PLS 2106
Introduction to International Relations
marked
marked
PSY 1101
General Psychology I
marked
marked
PSY 1108
Psychological Aspects of Aging
marked
marked
PSY 2104
Child Psychology
marked
marked
PSY 2105
Adolescent Psychology
marked
marked
PSY 2107
Social Psychology
marked
marked
PSY 2109
Human Growth and Development
marked
marked
SOC 1107
The Sociology of Sex & Gender
marked
marked
SOC 1108
Race and Ethnic Relations
marked
marked
SOC 2101
Principles of Sociology
marked
marked
SOC 2102
Social Problems and Trends
marked
marked
SOC 2103
Marriage & Family
3
marked
marked
Term Total
9
Major / Elective Credit - Required (27 Hours)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
Maj/Elective Credit
Major/Elective Credits
27
marked
marked
Term Total
27
College Orientation - Highly Recommended - (1 Hour)
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
Program Total
64
marked
C523
Auto Light Repair Tech (AUM)
FCC 
Program Overview:
The Auto Light Repair Tech program comes directly from standards set by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF). This certificate provides suitable training for employment in the automotive light repair industry such as lube shop technicians, tire shop technicians, detail work at dealerships, and parts stores. This certificate and the included courses have been evaluated by NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) and have met all required guidelines. NATEF has awarded this automotive program the MASTER ASE level of certification.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1200
Automotive Topics
2
marked
marked
AUM 1238
Engine Service
5
marked
marked
Term Total
7
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1243
Drive Train Fundamentals
2
marked
marked
AUM 1244
Steering & Suspension Basics
2
marked
marked
Term Total
4
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 2223
Brake Systems
4
marked
marked
Term Total
4
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1240
Electrical Basics
2
marked
marked
Term Total
2
Program Total
17
marked
C519
Auto Maintenance & Repair (AUM)
OCC 
Program Overview:
The Auto Maintenance & Repair certificate is designed to prepare the student for an entry level position in the automotive repair and maintenance industry. This certificate will assist with entry level automotive positions such as automotive service technician, home and auto supply stores, automotive rental/leasing companies, parts managers, service managers, and automotive small business owners.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1215
Auto Skill Development
3
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1203
Automotive Powertrain
3
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1204
Automotive Electronic
3
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1205
Automotive Chassis
3
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Program Total
12
marked
C531
Auto Service Technology I (AUM)
OCC 
Program Overview:
The intent of this certificate program is to provide students with specialized automotive certificates that are either stand-alone programs or serve as ladders to the degree program. The degree and the certificates meet NATEF Standards for ASE Certification.

The automotive industry is one of the largest industries in the United States. It creates 6.6 million direct and spin-off jobs. Job titles include: ASE master mechanic; auto mechanic, automotive service technician, automotive technician, certified ASE master automotive technician; master auto technician; shop foreman; auto repair and maintenance shops; automobile dealers; retailers and wholesalers of automotive parts, accessories, and supplies; home and auto supply stores; automotive equipment rental and leasing companies; federal, state, and local government; and automotive small business owners.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1265
Automotive Engines
3
marked
marked
AUM 2221
Automotive Electronics
10
marked
marked
Term Total
13
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1202
Automotive Engine Performance
10
marked
marked
AUM 2250
Shop Organization & Management
3
marked
marked
Term Total
13
Program Total
26
marked
C532
Auto Service Technology II (AUM)
OCC 
Program Overview:
The intent of this certificate program is to provide students with specialized automotive certificates that are either stand-alone programs or serve as ladders to the degree program. The degree and the certificates meet NATEF Standards for ASE Certification.

The automotive industry is one of the largest industries in the United States. It creates 6.6 million direct and spin-off jobs. Job titles include: ASE master mechanic; auto mechanic, automotive service technician, automotive technician, certified ASE master automotive technician; master auto technician; shop foreman; auto repair and maintenance shops; automobile dealers; retailers and wholesalers of automotive parts, accessories, and supplies; home and auto supply stores; automotive equipment rental and leasing companies; federal, state, and local government; and automotive small business owners.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 2271
Automotive Chassis Systems
10
marked
marked
AUM 2276
Hybrid & Alternative Fuels
3
marked
marked
Term Total
13
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1270
Automotive Air Conditioning
3
marked
marked
AUM 2261
Automotive Drivetrains
10
marked
marked
Term Total
13
Program Total
26
marked
C559
Automation (MANUF)
WVC 
Program Overview:
The Automation certificate incorporates a combination of industrial components designed to prepare the student for positions in the manufacturing/production sectors of industry. The robotics and automation specialization offers training in the automation maintenance areas Industrial automation, PLCS, and robotics. This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers, liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and plant maintenance specialists.

Program and/or Course Requirements:
As noted below, completion of Advanced Manufacturing (D563) is a prerequisite for this certificate.

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Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
DEGREE
Advanced Manufacturing D563
marked
marked
Term Total
Requirements
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
MAN 2212
Industrial Automation I
4
marked
marked
MAN 2214
Industrial Automation II
4
marked
marked
MAN 2215
Robotics & Vision Systems
4
marked
marked
Term Total
12
Program Total
12
marked
C521
Automotive Repair Technician (AUM)
OCC 
Program Overview:
The Automotive Repair Technician certificate is designed to prepare the student for an entry level position in the automotive repair industry. This certificate will assist with entry level automotive positions such as automotive service technician, home and auto supply stores, automotive rental/leasing companies, parts managers, service managers, and automotive small business owners.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 2276
Hybrid & Alternative Fuels
3
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1270
Automotive Air Conditioning
3
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1265
Automotive Engines
3
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 2250
Shop Organization & Management
3
marked
marked
Term Total
3
Program Total
12
marked
C526
Automotive Service Specialist (AUM)
FCC 
Program Review:
The Automotive Service Specialist certificate is intended to provide students with specialized skills for the automotive industry. This certificate and the included courses have been evaluated by NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) and have met all required guidelines. NATEF has awarded this automotive program the MASTER ASE level of certification.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1235
Fuel Systems
3
marked
marked
AUM 1236
Electrical Fundamentals
5
marked
marked
AUM 2220
Ignition & Computer Systems
5
marked
marked
Term Total
13
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1237
Emissions Systems
3
marked
marked
AUM 1238
Engine Service
5
marked
marked
AUM 1239
Air Conditioning & Heating
4
marked
marked
Term Total
12
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 2222
Engine Performance Diagnosis
3
marked
marked
AUM 2223
Brake Systems
4
marked
marked
AUM 2290
Steering & Suspension Systems
4
marked
marked
Term Total
11
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1200
Automotive Topics
1
marked
marked
AUM 2224
Power Accessories
2
marked
marked
AUM 2225
Drive Trains
4
marked
marked
AUM 2228
Auto Transmission & Transaxles
5
marked
marked
AUM 2230
Automotive Service Internship
3
marked
marked
Term Total
15
Program Total
51
marked
D520
Automotive Service Technology (AUM)
OCC 
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Program Overview:
The Automotive Service Technology program is designed for students who want to become technicians in general automotive repair. Jobs that are available include automotive technicians at dealerships, independent garages, automotive specialty shops, and parts-related businesses. The pay rate may be figured on a commission basis, which promotes speed and dependability. Employment of service technicians is expected to increase due to service requirements and complexity of the automobile.

Upon completion, the student may transfer to selected senior institutions to complete a four-year degree and be eligible as a manufacturer’s service representative, an automotive instructor, and other associated automotive management positions. The student must provide an approved tool set and safety glasses. These courses meet NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) standards.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1250
Automotive Tech Orientation
1
marked
marked
AUM 1265
Automotive Engines
3
marked
marked
AUM 2221
Automotive Electronics
10
marked
marked
ENG 1201
Communications
3
marked
marked
Term Total
17
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1202
Automotive Engine Performance
10
marked
marked
AUM 2250
Shop Organization & Management
3
marked
marked
GEN 2297
Employment Skills
2
marked
marked
ELEC
Social Science Gen Ed Elective marked
3
marked
marked
Term Total
18
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 2271
Automotive Chassis Systems
10
marked
marked
AUM 2276
Hybrid & Alternative Fuels
3
marked
marked
MTH 1201
Technical Mathematics
4
marked
marked
Term Total
17
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1270
Automotive Air Conditioning
3
marked
marked
AUM 2215
Automotive Service Internship
2
marked
marked
AUM 2261
Automotive Drivetrains
10
marked
marked
ELEC
Humanities General Education marked
3
marked
marked
Term Total
18
Program Total
70
marked
D522
Automotive Technology (AUM)
FCC 
program image
Program Overview:
The Automotive Technology degree program will provide students with basic to advanced automotive skills. Students completing the degree can find employment as an auto mechanic, automotive service technician, automotive technician, shop foreman, etc. Jobs can be found in automotive dealerships, auto repair and maintenance shops, retailers and wholesalers of automotive parts, accessories, and supplies, home and auto supply stores, automotive equipment rental and leasing companies, federal, state, and local governments, and automotive small business owners. Upon degree completion, the student may transfer to selected senior institutions to complete a baccalaureate degree. This program and the included courses have been evaluated by NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) and have met all required guidelines. NATEF has awarded this automotive program the MASTER ASE level of certification.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1235
Fuel Systems
3
marked
marked
AUM 1236
Electrical Fundamentals
5
marked
marked
AUM 2220
Ignition & Computer Systems
5
marked
marked
MTH 1201
Technical Mathematics
3
marked
marked
Term Total
16
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1237
Emissions Systems
3
marked
marked
AUM 1238
Engine Service
5
marked
marked
AUM 1239
Air Conditioning & Heating
4
marked
marked
PHY 1110
Survey of Physics
marked
marked
or
PHY 1111
Technical Physics I
4
marked
marked
Term Total
16
Semester 3
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 2222
Engine Performance Diagnosis
3
marked
marked
AUM 2223
Brake Systems
4
marked
marked
AUM 2290
Steering & Suspension Systems
4
marked
marked
ENG 1111
Composition I
marked
marked
or
ENG 1201
Communications
3
marked
marked
SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
marked
marked
or
SPE 1111
Interpersonal Communications
3
marked
marked
Term Total
17
Semester 4
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
AUM 1200
Automotive Topics
1
marked
marked
AUM 2224
Power Accessories
2
marked
marked
AUM 2225
Drive Trains
4
marked
marked
AUM 2228
Auto Transmission & Transaxles
5
marked
marked
AUM 2230
Automotive Service Internship
3
marked
marked
GEN 2297
Employment Skills
1
marked
marked
ELEC
Social Science Gen Ed Elective marked
marked
marked
or
ELEC
Humanities Gen Ed Elective marked
3
marked
marked
Term Total
19
Program Total
68
marked
C404
Basic Fire Suppression Tech (FIRES)
FCC 
Program Overview:
Graduates of the fire degree and certificate programs will have the knowledge, attitudes, skills, habits, and hands-on experience needed to perform a variety of firefighting functions, including fire scene operations, fire prevention, fire instruction, and hazardous materials operations. Graduates can apply their skills fighting fire, performing fire prevention inspections, and operating fire equipment. Graduates will be able to evaluate a fire scene, develop strategies for handling different types of fire incidents, develop pre-fire plans, evaluate a business/industry for fire hazards, and evaluate/manage a hazardous materials incident. Topics of study include: techniques of firefighting, hazardous materials, fire apparatus, fire service instruction, fire prevention, and first responder.

Graduates will have the potential for employment as a firefighter, fire investigator, arson investigator, fire prevention officer, fire service executive support specialist, fire service vehicle operator, fire apparatus engineer, fire instructor, training program manager, fire officer, safety educator, or fire prevention inspector.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EPF 1203
Fire Ground Operations
3
marked
marked
EPF 1205
Vehicle Operator Fundamentals
1
marked
marked
EPF 1208
Firefighting Fundamentals
4
marked
marked
EPF 1209
Fire Suppression Fundamentals
4
marked
marked
EPH 1200
Hazardous Mat Fundamentals
1
marked
marked
Term Total
13
Semester 2
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019
EMA 1200
NIMS Certification
2
marked
marked
EPF 1219
Technical Rescue Awareness
1
marked
marked
EPF 1600
Firefighting Safety Fundamentals
.5
marked
marked
EPH 1201
Hazardous Materials Operations
3
marked
marked
EPM 1200
CPR Fundamentals
.5
marked
marked
EPM 1620
CPR/First Aid
.5
marked
marked
Term Total
7.5
Program Total
20.5
marked
C335
Basic Nurse Assistant Training Progr (BAID)
FCC LTC OCC WVC 
Program Overview:
The Basic Nurse Assistant Training program is a concentrated lecture and laboratory program designed to meet the Illinois Department of Public Health certification requirements. Offered in an 8- to 15-week format, the program provides an introduction to the basic components of healthcare skills essential to the support and assistance of individuals and families in meeting basic human needs for people of all ages.

Graduates with this certificate may find employment in long-term care facilities and home healthcare situations.

Program and/or Course Requirements:
The Health Care Worker Background Check Act requires that students complete a fingerprint background check. Fees will be paid by the student.
The Basic Nurse Assistant Training program must comply with Illinois regulations and college policy; therefore, requirements are subject to change.

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Semester 1
Prefix/Num
Title
Info
CR
SU2019
FA2019