Chronological Listing of Changes

 

 

3/1/02- AJS 202 – Substantive Criminal Law was revised to change the course description.  The original course description follows:  Continuation of AJS 102. Study of laws most often used by law enforcement officers, including court decisions and legislative updates. Special emphasis given to the understanding of Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 13.

 


3/1/02AJS 261 – Concealed Weapons Renewal was revised to change the course offering from offered every fall and spring semester to offered upon request.

 


 

3/12/02PHY 102 – Lab – Introduction to Astronomy was revised to remove the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  Concurrent enrollment in PHY 101 required.

 


 

3/20/02ANT 120 – Indian American Culture was revised to change the title and course description.  The original title follows:  Indian-American Culture.  The original course description follows:  Survey of tribal cultures and of the Indians' role in American history, including an examination of current affairs and Native American arts.

 

3/20/02CMP 114 – Internet was revised to change the credits.  The credits were originally 1/2 to 2 credits.

3/20/02CMP 114A – Internet Workshop was added.

3/20/02CMP 117 – Microsoft FrontPage was added.

 

3/20/02DAN 220 – Intermediate Modern Dance I was deleted.  Course description:  1 credit, offered upon request, extended registration available.  Dance skills and basic theories in modern dance.

 

3/20/02DAN 221 – Intermediate Modern Dance II was deleted.  Course description:  1 credit, offered upon request, extended registration available.  Continuation of DAN 220.

 

3/20/02DAN 250 – Intermediate Theatre Dance I was deleted.  Course description:  1 credit, offered upon request, extended registration available.  Jazz movement styles for the beginning dancer; basic steps, phrases, and performing techniques for musical comedy and media dance entertainment.

 

3/20/02DAN 251 – Intermediate Theatre Dance II was deleted.  Course description:  1 credit, offered upon request, extended registration available.  Continuation of DAN 250.

 

3/20/02ENG 260 – Technical Report Writing was revised to change the credits.  The credits were originally 2 to 3 credits.

 

3/20/02OFT 237 – Word Processing Applications was revised to change the title.  The original title follows:  Word Processing with Corel WordPerfect.

 

3/20/02OFT 238 – Advanced Office Applications was revised to change the title, add the prerequisite, and change the course description.  The original title follows:  Advanced Word Processing with Microsoft Word.  The original course description follows:  In this project-oriented course, students create documents suitable for professional and personal purposes.  Projects require advanced skill in merging, macros, templates, sorting, calculated tables, file management, styles, fill-in-forms and graphics.

 

3/20/02TEC 260 – Technical Report Writing was revised to change the credits.  The credits were originally 2 to 3 credits.

 

3/20/02Arizona General Education Curriculum A (AGEC-A) – 30000 was added.

 

3/20/02Arizona General Education Curriculum B (AGEC-B) – 30001 was added.

 

3/20/02Arizona General Education Curriculum S (AGEC-S) – 30002 was added.

 


 

3/22/02FSC 170 – Firefighting Tactics and Strategy was added.

 

3/22/02FSC 175 – Building Construction for Firefighters was added.

 

3/22/02FSC 210 – Instructor I was added.

 

3/22/02FSC 220 – Leadership for the Fire Service was added.

 

3/22/02FSC 225 – Incident Safety Officer was added.

 


4/2/02ENG 283 – Tutor Training Workshop I was revised to remove the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  ENG 101 and ENG 102 with a grade of "B" or higher.

4/2/02ENG 284 – Tutor Training Workshop II was revised to remove the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  ENG 101 and ENG 102 with a grade of "B" or higher.


4/3/02College Financial Condition section was added.

4/3/02EMT 073 – Emergency Care for the Medical Patient was added.


4/26/02- ANT 170 – Archaeological Excavation was added.

4/26/02Services for Students With Disabilities section was updated.  The original version follows:

Services for Physically Disabled Students

Services and educational opportunities for physically disabled students are provided. Please contact the Assistant Dean of Counseling on the Thatcher campus or the Dean on the Gila Pueblo Campus. Staff will provide special assistance.

The Arizona Relay Service provides free telephone access 24 hours a day for the hearing or speech impaired. To access, please call 1-800-367-8939 and ask for Eastern Arizona College at (928) 428-8253.


5/2/02 - Anna Deane Millett, Don and Carlotta Pace Scholarship was revised to change the title.  The original title follows:  Don and Carlotta Pace Scholarship.

5/2/02AUT 220 – Automotive Electronics and Computerized Engine Controls was revised to remove extended registration.

5/2/02EGR 210 – Computer Programming was revised to add the prerequisite and change the course offering from offered every spring semester to offered upon request.  GE category: AAS degree only was added.

5/2/02ENG 201 – World Literature I was revised to change the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  ENG 101 with a grade of "C" or higher.

5/2/02ENG 202 – World Literature II was revised to change the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  ENG 101 with a grade of "C" or higher.

5/2/02ENG 218 – Writing About Literature was revised to change the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  ENG 102.

5/2/02ENG 221 – English Literature I was revised to change the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  ENG 101 with a grade of "C" or higher.

5/2/02ENG 222 – English Literature II was revised to change the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  ENG 101 with a grade of "C" or higher.

5/2/02ENG 241 – American Literature I was revised to change the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  ENG 101 with a grade of "C" or higher.

5/2/02ENG 242 – American Literature II was revised to change the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  ENG 101 with a grade of "C" or higher.

5/2/02MUS 105 – Music Theory I was revised to change the prerequisite.  The original prerequisite follows:  Concurrent enrollment in MUS 107 required.

5/2/02 - PSY 270 - Experimental Psychology was revised to change the prerequisite and course description. The original prerequisite follows: PSY 101, ENG 102, and PSY 220 or MAT 160. The original course description follows: Introduction to the experimental and quantitative methods used by psychologists to generate new psychological knowledge, and to determine the generality, validity, and reliability of research data. Laboratory will offer demonstrations as well as direct experience with research methods and techniques, and with methods for the analysis, description, and reporting of research results.


5/6/02 NUR 295 – NCLEX-RN Review was revised to change the credits from 4 credits to 2 credits.


5/8/02 – Intermediate Emergency Medical Technician I and II fee was added.

5/8/02 – Donna Bolinger replaced Angela Nuñez as Vice-Chair of the Greenlee County Advisory Committee.

5/8/02 - FSC 145 - Arson Detection and Investigation was added.


 5/13/02EMT 204 – EMT – Intermediate Transition was added.


5/14/02 – The Spring Semester 2002 is stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

 Spring Semester 2002

 

 

March 19, 2001

Registration and drop/add begin for Spring Semester

December 3, 2001

Suggested postmark to meet tuition & fee payment deadline

December 15, 2001

Tuition and fee payments due (classes will be cancelled for students with unpaid tuition and fees)

January 1

New Years Holiday

January 6

Thatcher Campus residence halls and food service facilities open at noon

January 7-8

Thatcher Campus faculty advising (appointment suggested – check curriculum pages for advisor contact information)

January 9

Classes begin and financial aid checks available

January 15

Last day to register, add or receive refund for semester-length courses. Last day to withdraw from semester-length courses without record.

January 21

Martin Luther King, Jr./Civil Rights Day Holiday

January 22

Last day to register, add or receive refund for semester-length extended-registration courses

February 18

Presidents Day Holiday

February 22

Graduation Petitions due

March 11-15

Spring Break (Thatcher Campus and Graham and Greenlee County sites only)

 

(Thatcher Campus food service facilities close March 8 at 6 p.m.  Residence Halls close March 9 at 7 a.m.  Food service and halls reopen March 17 at 5 p.m.)

March 18

Registration and drop/add begins for Fall 2002 and Spring 2003 semesters

March 18-22

Spring Break - Hayden/Winkelman Satellite Center

March 25-29

Spring Break - Gila Pueblo Campus

March 25-29

Spring Break - Payson Campus

March 25-29

Spring Break - San Carlos Satellite Center

April 9

Sophomore Qualifying Exam (for graduating sophomores)

May 3

Last day to withdraw from semester-length courses with a grade of "W"

May 6-9

Final Exams

 

(Thatcher Campus food service facilities close May 9 at 6 p.m.  Residence Halls close May 11 at 7 a.m.)

May 10

Commencement Ceremony - 7:30 p.m.

 

 

5/14/02- The Residence Hall Room Costs for 2001-2002 is stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

Residence Hall Room Costs for 2001-2002

Mark Allen or Nellie Lee are Traditional Halls with double occupancy rooms: $795 for Fall Semester and $525 for Spring Semester.  Single occupancy on a space-available basis.

Residence Towers' 4 person-suites: $1,045 for Fall Semester and $695 for Spring Semester.

5/14/02 – Meals Plans 2001 –2002 is stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

Meal Plans 2001-2002

Plan A: All 19 meals out of 19 served per week: $1,080 per semester.

Plan B: Any 14 meals out of 19 served per week: $1,000 per semester.

Plan C: Any 10 meals out of 19 served per week: $950 per semester.

All meal plan holders have the option to eat in Gila Hank's Cafe instead of the Dining Room during Transfer Hours. You can purchase the amount shown under "Credit Given" and it will be counted as one of your meals. If the cost exceeds the credit amount, you must pay the difference in cash.

Breakfast transfer hours are 7:00 - 9:30 a.m. Credit given is $2.74.

Lunch transfer hours are 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Credit given is $3.21.

Dinner transfer hours are 3:00 - 8:00 p.m. Credit given is $3.64.

5/14/02 – Gila Hank’s Café prices for 2001-2002 is stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

2001-2002

 

Breakfast

$4.27

Lunch

$5.41

Dinner

$7.89

(Special dinners may be charged an additional amount)

 

Daily Total

$17.57

 

 

 


5/16/02EMT 120 – Introduction to First Aid and CPR was added.


5/17/02  - CMP 104 – Introduction to Computer Science I was revised to change the course offering from offered every fall and spring semester to offered upon request.


5/22/02CMP 110AN – Intermediate PC Troubleshooting and Repair was added.


5/29/02MUS 137 – A Cappella Choir II was revised to add extended registration.


5/31/02Ralph and Cindi Orr Scholarship was added.


6/12/02CMP 210 – FORTRAN was revised to change the credits from 2 to 3 credits to 3 credits and change the course offering from offered every spring semester to offered upon request.

6/12/02EMT 122 – First Aid and CPR was added.

6/12/02 - FSC 120 - Fire Apparatus and Equipment was added.

6/12/02 - FSC 125 - Driver Operator for Fire Equipment was added.

6/12/02 - FSC 130 - Fundamentals of Fire Prevention was added.

6/12/02 - FSC 140 - Fire Protection Systems was added.

6/12/02 - FSC 150 - Basic Wildland Firefighting was added.

6/12/02 - FSC 155 - Advanced Wildland Firefighting was added.

6/12/02 - FSC 223 - Incident Command System was added.

6/12/02 - FSC 250 - Wildland Urban Interface was added.

6/12/02HCE 104 – Home Health Aide was revised to change the credits, remove the prerequisite and change the course description.  The credits were changed from 3 credits to 6 credits.  The original prerequisite follows:  NUR 100.  The original course description follows:  This course is designed to provide knowledge and skills necessary to give personal care in a client's home. The focus is on basic human needs, communications, working with ill persons, eldercare, nutrition, special diets, and home management. Additional 15 hours in a supervised field practice in clients' homes is required.

6/12/02HPE 190 – First Aid and CPR was revised to change the title and course description.  The original title follows:  First Aid.  The original course description follows:  Presents skills and techniques that teach you both rules and important exceptions in first aid emergencies. The student will learn to follow the emergency action principles. Required for HPE majors.

6/12/02MUS 011 – Private Voice I was revised to change the credits from 1 to 2 credits to 1 credit.

6/12/02 – MUS 012 – Private Piano I was revised to change the credits from 1 to 2 credits to 1 credit.

6/12/02 – MUS 013 – Private Instruments I was revised to change the credits from 1 to 2 credits to 1 credit and change the course description.  The original course description follows:  Private instruction in band and orchestral instruments: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, tuba, baritone, guitar and percussion.

6/12/02MUS 014 – Private Strings I was revised to change the credits from 1 to 2 credits to 1 credit.

6/12/02NUR 100 – Nursing Assistant was revised to change the credits from 5 to 12 credits to 6 credits.

6/12/02 - Home Health Aide Certificate - 30703 was revised. The original version follows:

Home Health Aide

Certificate of Proficiency

30703

Advisor:
Mayuree Sozanski

This program prepares you for an entry-level position as a home care aide. Emphasis is on giving personal care in a client's home, communications, working with ill persons, basic human needs, eldercare, nutrition, special diets, and home management.

The following entry proficiencies are recommended:

  • A ninth grade reading level on an EAC Placement test or completion of ENG 100.
  • Placement into MAT 077 on an EAC Placement Test or successful completion of MAT 055.

 

Curriculum Requirements

Health Care Education Core Requirements

HCE 100

Basic Health Care Concepts and Skills

4 credits

HCE 101

Basic Life Support

2 credits

HCE 112

Medical Terminology

2 credits

HCE 114

Math for Medications

2 credits

 

Total Health Care Education Core Requirements

10 credits

 

NUR 100

Nursing Assistant

5 credits

HCE 104

Home Health Aide

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

8 credits

  

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

18 credits

To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course with a grade of "C" or better. The student will take and pass the State nursing assistant exam. 

6/12/02Nursing Assistant Certificate – 30706 was modified.  The previous version follows:

Nursing Assistant

Certificate of Proficiency

30706

Advisor:
Rose Marie Atencio
Mayuree Sozanski
Connie Thompson
Jacqueline Waggoner

This program prepares you for an entry-level position as a nursing assistant. Emphasis is on basic patient care skills, based on the knowledge of universal precautions, asepsis, basic human needs, body mechanics, treatments and procedures, patient admission, transfer, discharge, and eldercare.

The following entry proficiencies are recommended:

  • A ninth grade reading level on an EAC placement test or completion of ENG 100, Writing Fundamentals.
  • An EAC placement test score at the MAT 077 level or higher or successful completion of MAT 055, Basic Math.

 

Curriculum Requirements

Health Care Education Core Requirements

HCE 100

Basic Health Care Concepts and Skills

4 credits

HCE 101

Basic Life Support

2 credits

HCE 112

Medical Terminology

2 credits

HCE 114

Math for Medications

2 credits

 

Total Health Care Education Core Requirements

10 credits

 

NUR 100

Nursing Assistant

5 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

15 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

15 credits

To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course with a grade of "C" or better. Upon completion of the program, you will qualify to take the State nursing assistant certification exam.

 


7/10/02 – The following items pertaining to Gila County were removed from the catalog:

Arizona Community College Board Representatives

Steven Johnson, Gila County

Gila County Advisory Committee

James Valenzuela, Chair
Gary Rawson, Vice-Chair
Armida Bittner
Lettie Cale
Robert Cassa
Frederick Ferreira, Jr.
Steven Johnson
Mary Anne Moreno
Josephine Quesada-Alvarez
Cruz Salas
Robert Walish
Robert Ware
Milo White

Terms and Conditions of Federal or Institutional Work Study Employment

Gila Pueblo Campus

If you have been awarded Federal Work Study:

  • Confirm award with Financial Aid Office.
  • Locate a job. Check with staff at Gila Pueblo Administration.
  • Once hired, complete an employee "set-up packet". Bring two forms of identification (social security card and driver’s license preferred).
  • Work your agreed schedule and keep a careful record of the dates and hours.
  • Complete timesheets with your current social security number, signature and signature of supervisor.
  • Turn in time sheets before 2:00 p.m. on the 15th and 30th of the month.

Check calendar for pay dates. Typically they are the 7th and 22nd of the month. Be sure to bring your identification to pick up pay checks.


7/18/02MDC 112 – Scriptwriting was added.

7/18/02MDC 180 – Video Editing I was added.

7/18/02MDC 210 – Introduction to Computer Animation was added.


7/22/02 – The following courses offered in Gila County only were removed from the catalog:

APA 101
Apache Language I
4 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available

Emphasizes speaking, writing, listening comprehension, and culture through a variety of approaches.
 
APA 102
Apache Language II
4 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available

Continued advancement in Apache studies. Recommend placement in APA 102 based on completion of APA 101 or equivalent native speaking skills.

APA 298
Workshop
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available

Designed to meet a variety of needs for students in Apache.

APA 299
Independent Study
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available

Design and execution of original projects under faculty supervision for Apache Language students.

AUT 140
Diesel Engines
2 to 4 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Designed as a study of the diesel engine, injectors, pumps, super-chargers, and lubrication systems, including demonstration of injector and pump diagnosis equipment, and the latest shop procedures. Two credit course requires concurrent enrollment in AUT 106.

AUT 240
Diesel Fuel Systems
3 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Covers the principles of operation and design of diesel fuel systems, provides the opportunity to disassemble, test, and repair diesel injectors and pumps, and uses late model test equipment with the emphasis on understanding the function of the system.

AUT 250
Advanced Auto Body Repair
4 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available
Prerequisite: AUT 150
Students will learn advanced techniques in repairing, coating, finishing, frame straightening, and body alignment.

BLD 055
Math for Carpenters
3 credits
Developmental course - does not count for graduation credit
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

This course provides the vocational student with the basic math skills necessary to the carpentry area of building trades.

BLD 101
Beginning Carpentry
6 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course provides the beginning carpentry student with a basic introduction to the tools and techniques of wood framing systems, as they are used in residential and commercial construction with emphasis on job safety, proper care and handling of power tools, and framing layout methods in current use. BLD 102

Building Painting, Interior & Exterior
2 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course will teach about institutional painting applications and maintaining overall building appearance.

BLD 103
Glass Installation and Repair
1 credit

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course will teach window application, installation, and maintenance requirements.

BLD 104
Electrical Maintenance and Repair
3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course teaches Building Maintenance students about basic electrical principles for the residential electrical installer and building maintenance specialist.

BLD 105
General Maintenance Carpentry
3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course provides the student with a basic introduction to the tools and materials of wood frame and metal stud framing techniques in residential and commercial carpentry. Emphasis upon safety, care and handling of power tools and framing methods.

BLD 106
Drywall Installation and Repair
2 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course will prepare the student to hang, tape, finish, patch and replace drywall.

BLD 107
Maintenance Management
3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course will teach students about maintenance management procedures and requirements.

BLD 120
Concrete Work
2 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course provides the masonry student with basic knowledge of the materials, tools, and techniques used in placing and finishing concrete.

BLD 130
Form and Frame
6 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course continues instruction in framing floor systems, erecting concrete forms, partitions, joists and trussed roofing systems and covers framing and installation of doors and windows with emphasis on slab floor systems.

BLD 141
Building Painting
1 credit

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course covers the preparation and painting of interior and exterior surfaces in the building construction process.

BLD 156
Residential Wiring
4 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

This course is designed to familiarize the student with material design installation and regulations applicable to residential wiring. Some topics included in the course are: introduction to the use of National Electrical Codes, estimating loads for branch circuits and service entrance design, efficient use of materials, and introduction to blueprint reading.

BLD 177
Plumbing Maintenance and Repair
3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course will teach students about institutional plumbing components and systems, and their maintenance requirements.

BLD 180
Solar Plumbing for Hot Water Heaters
2 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Prerequisite: BLD 177

This course is designed for those students in occupational programs to review planning and installation of solar plumbing for hot water heaters using copper piping.

BLD 190
Free Energy Dwellings
3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
A study of the basic elements required by a dwelling to make it durable and use the sun, air and earth for its heating and cooling needs.

BLD 201
Building Estimating
3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course will teach students about estimating systems and how they apply to specific maintenance or remodeling/ renovation projects.

BLD 210
Electrical Housewiring
2 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
This course covers the design and installation of residential wiring systems including career opportunities in the electrical wiring field. 

BUS 180
Reservations Systems
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
The study of skills, attitude and performance as they relate to front desk employees of the hotel/motel industry.

BUS 181
Reception Management
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
The study of skills, attitude and performance as they relate to front desk employees of the hotel/motel industry.

BUS 182
Room Attendant Functions
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
The study of skills, attitude and performance as they relate to room attendants of the hotel/motel industry.

BUS 190
Presenting Service - Waiter/Waitress
2 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
The study of skills, attitude and performance as they relate to serving food.

BUS 191
Applied Food Service Sanitation - Safe Food Handling
2 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
Fundamentals of food and alcohol presentation, and responding to safety-related incidents in the food service industry.

CMP 112
Lotus 1-2-3
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available

Hands-on experience in application, design, and reproduction of spreadsheets, graphs, and reports using Lotus 1-2-3. Course includes introduction to macros.

MIN 101
Applied Mechanics I
3 credits
Offered every fall semester
Offered in Gila County only

Study of basic theory and applied mechanics as related to internal combustion engines, hydraulics, and pneumatics. This is one of two courses required in Applied Mechanics.

MIN 102
Applied Mechanics II
3 credits
Offered every spring semester

Offered in Gila County only
Study of basic theory and applied mechanics as related to lubrication, rigging, bulk material handling, pipe fitting, and process maintenance. This is one of two courses required in Applied Mechanics.

MIN 120
Federal and State Mining Regulations
2 credits

Offered every spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
Introduces the sources and basic principles of the regulations as they relate to mining.

MIN 121
Surface Mine Safety Training
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

This course will meet U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration training for new miner training for individuals, contractors, and mining companies that may use this course as part of their approved safety program.

MIN 122
Surface Mine Safety Refresher
1/2 credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
This course will meet U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration training for miner training refresher for individuals, contractors, and mining companies that may use this course as part of their approved safety program.

MIN 123
Underground Mine Safety Training
2 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Extended registration available
Provides knowledge of mine safety practices required of all new miners.

MIN 124
Underground Mine Safety Refresher
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Extended registration available
Meets requirement for annual update of mine safety practices and may be repeated as many times as the person remains employed in mining industry.

MIN 125
Industrial Safety and First Aid
1 credit

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Provides knowledge and skills for immediate care of sick and injured caused by mining and smelting work environment.

MIN 126
First Aid for Miners
1/2 credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

Provides knowledge and skills for immediate care of sick and injured caused by mining and smelting work environment.

MIN 130
Mine Supervisory Training
1/2 to 11 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Develops a personal inventory of competencies and skills needed to assure quality supervision in the mine and mineral industry.

MIN 131
Alcohol and Drug Abuse In An Industrial Setting
1/2 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Topics include basic information on the use and abuse of alcohol and drugs, signs of and contributing factors of alcoholism and drug abuse, and impact on industrial health and safety. Information on prototype employee assistance programs.

MIN 140
Hydraulic Systems
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

A study of hydraulic theories and applied practices used in industry to analyze and troubleshoot a hydraulic circuit.

MIN 220
Direct Current Electricity
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course will allow the student to develop skills for working with alternating current electrical systems and components as well as the necessary knowledge of electrical safety.

MIN 221
Alternating Current Electricity
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course will allow the student to develop skills for working with direct current electrical systems and components as well as the necessary knowledge of electrical safety.

MIN 223
Industrial Controls
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course is designed to provide the student with information and shop experience in safety, wiring, schematic and ladder diagrams, contractors, interlocks, manual and automatic starters, alarm and indicator circuits sensors, programmable logic controllers and troubleshooters.

MIN 225
Solid State Electronics
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course is designed to allow the student to acquire the knowledge of, develop the professional skills for, and to learn and apply electrical safety when working with solid state electronic circuits and components.

MIN 227
Basic Instrumentation
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course will introduce the student to the sensors and controls used in industrial process control systems.

MIN 228
Advanced Instrumentation
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course emphasizes development of knowledge and skills in the service and repair of sensors, indicators, actuators, valves, controllers, transmitters, recorders, and other devices used in industrial control systems.

MIN 230
Process Control System
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course places emphasis on the adjustment and calibration of closed loop industrial process control systems in a laboratory setting.

MIN 232
Programmable Logic Controllers
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course is designed to provide the student with information and experience in safety, wiring schematic and ladder diagrams and programmable logic controller applications, programming and operation.

MIN 250
Mining and Mill Operations
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course is a study of the basic theories and applied practices used in the mining industry to select a mine site, obtain a permit, develop a mining plan, mine and process the ore.

MIN 255
Small Equipment Operation
2 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

This course is a study of the basic theories and applied practices used in the mining industry to safely operate small equipment.

OFT 123
Beginning Shorthand
4 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

Extended registration available
Using the Gregg Method, students learn shorthand theory, learn how to take notes in shorthand, and learn how to transcribe from shorthand notes.  This course is for both new students and for students who have had some shorthand, but who are not ready for Intermediate Shorthand.

OFT 124
Intermediate Shorthand
4 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only

Continued advancement of Gregg Shorthand gives students the ability to develop further dictation, transcription, and obtain greater knowledge of shorthand theory.  Students who have had beginning shorthand or some previous shorthand theory and knowledge should enroll in Intermediate Shorthand.

WLD 101
Welding
2 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available

Basic principles of arc and oxyacetylene and cutting of metal products; brazing of ferrous and nonferrous metals, and hard and soft soldering. For beginning and non-degree students or review and preparation for certification. Equivalent to MSP 110.

WLD 111
Arc Welding
3 credits

Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available

Arc welding machines, their use and care; flat, vertical, overhead welding will be covered using various types of electrodes. Welding safety and basic electrical principles will be covered.

WLD 114
Advanced Arc Welding
3 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available

Advanced welding techniques on the basic positions. Introduction to other electronic welding processes with destructive and nondestructive testing.

WLD 121
Oxyacetylene Welding
3 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available

Basic oxyacetylene welding with an emphasis on the use and care of all oxyacetylene equipment. Hand cutting, safety, and oxyacetylene welding on a variety of metals.

WLD 124
MIG Welding
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available
The basic principles of inert gas welding using a MIG welder. Basic skills will be developed using a MIG welder on a variety of materials.

WLD 126
TIG Welding
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available
The basic principles of inert gas welding using a TIG welder. Basic skills will be developed using a TIG welder on a variety of materials and all positions.

WLD 161
Blueprint Reading for Welders
3 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Presents fundamentals of reading and interpreting blueprints and the welding symbols as they pertain to the area of welding technology. Includes a math course, consisting of basic math, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.

WLD 201
Metal Fabrication
2 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Precision measuring and shop layout for the welding industry; structural and piece welding. A project will be completed by each student using basic layout procedures, shop safety and industrial practices.

WLD 211
Pipe Welding
3 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Covers requirements for welding of piping systems, cross country pipelines, piping in petroleum and chemical, as well as structural industries.

WLD 214
Layout and Development for Pipe Fabrication
4 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only
Drafting techniques as applied to template making and fabricating of pipe intersections; lab experience in template making and welding of pipe intersections. Testing and inspection of pipe welds covered.

WLD 231
Physical Metallurgy
2 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Presents a study of the physical characteristics and identification of materials and their reaction to various temperatures; flux and their behavior during the preheating and welding process. Principles of destructive testing and emphasis on liquid penetrants.

WLD 260
Inert Gas Welding
3 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Basic principles of inert gas welding using TIG and MIG units. Basic skills will be developed in the use of these units on a variety of materials.

WLD 270
Technical Welding
3 credits
Offered upon request
Offered in Gila County only

Welding processes as used in modern industry. Instruction in and experience with all major processes with emphasis on selection of proper procedures of materials and processes.

WLD 290
Welding Certification
1/2 to 1 credit

Offered every fall and spring semester
Offered in Gila County only
Extended registration available
This course is the practical application of previously learned practices and theories, and is designed to prepare an individual for AWS and other certifications.

7/22/02 – The following curricula offered in Gila County only were removed from the catalog:

Building Trades I

Certificate of Proficiency

30607

Advisor:
Chuck Fickett

This certificate is designed to prepare you for entry-level residential preparation of a construction site. This program is offered only in Gila County.

Curriculum Requirements

BLD 055

Math for Carpenters

3 credits

BLD 101

Beginning Carpentry

6 credits

BLD 120

Concrete Work

2 credits

DRF 104

Blueprint Reading

2 credits

COE 101 or
COE 111

Job Seeking Strategies or
Cooperative Education I

1 to 2 credits
1 to 4 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

14 credits

To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course above with a grade of "C" or better.

 

Building Trades II

Certificate of Proficiency

30608

Advisor:
Chuck Fickett

This certificate is designed to prepare you for entry-level positions in the maintenance and construction of residential housing. This program is only offered in Gila County.

Curriculum Requirements

BLD 102

Painting

2 credits

BLD 106

Drywall

2 credits

BLD 107

Building Maintenance

3 credits

BLD 130

Form and Frame (Prerequisite: BLD 101)

6 credits

COE 101 or
COE 111

Job Seeking Strategies or
Cooperative Education I

1 to 2 credits
1 to 4 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

14 credits

To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course above with a grade of "C" or better.

 

Mining/Industrial Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20607

Advisor:
Chuck Fickett

This Degree will prepare you to enter a mining or industrial setting without prior experience. It is also designed to give educational opportunities to those who are employed in these settings. You will gain an introduction to Computers, Applied Mechanics, Safety, Basic Electricity, Drafting, and other Mining and Industrial skills. This curriculum is offered only in Gila County.

Curriculum Requirements

CHM 130

Fundamental Chemistry

4 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credit

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

2 credits

MIN 101

Applied Mechanics I

3 credits

MIN 102

Applied Mechanics II

3 credits

MIN 250

Mining and Mill Operations

3 credits

MIN 255

Small Equipment Operation

2 credits

MIN 120

Federal & State Mining Regulations

2 credits

OFT 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

TEC 101

Technical Math I

4 credits

MIN 121 or
MIN 123

Surface Mine Safety Training or
Underground Mine Safety Training

1/2 credit
2 credits

MIN 220

Direct Current Electricity

3 credits

WLD 101

Welding

2 credits

WLD 161

Blueprint Reading for Welders

3 credits

 

Choose 4 to 5.5 credits from courses listed below to obtain the 46 credits of Curriculum Requirements.

AUT 106

Internal Combustion Engines

4 credits

AUT 240

Diesel Fuel Systems

3 credits

MIN 122

Surface Mine Safety Refresher

1/2 credit

MIN 124

Underground Mine Safety Refresher

1/2 credit

MIN 125

Industrial Safety and First Aid

1 credit

MIN 126

First Aid for Miners

1/2 credit

MIN 130

Mine Supervisory Training

1/2 to 11 credits

MIN 131

Alcohol and Drug Abuse In An Industrial Setting

1/2 to 3 credits

MIN 140

Hydraulic Systems

3 credits

MIN 221

Alternating Current Electricity

3 credits

MIN 223

Industrial Controls

3 credits

MIN 225

Solid State Electronics

3 credits

MIN 227

Basic Instrumentation

3 credits

MIN 228

Advanced Instrumentation

3 credits

MIN 230

Process Control System

3 credits

MIN 232

Programmable Logic Controllers

3 credits

MIN 297

Mining Workshop

1 to 3 credits

WLD 111

Arc Welding

3 credits

WLD 114

Advanced Arc Welding

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

46 credits

 

General Education Requirements

Computers

CMP 101 Introduction to Computers or
CMP 103 Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

English

ENG 100 Writing Fundamentals or
ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

TEC 260 Technical Report Writing

3 credits

Science

PHY 107 Physical Concepts

4 credits

 

Select an additional five credits from the list of General Education courses. You may not exceed nine credits in any General Education category, with the exception of Health and Physical Education, where the maximum is two credits.

Total General Education Requirements

18 credits

Courses qualifying for General Education credit that are listed as curriculum requirements may be counted toward completion of General Education requirements only if other courses are not specified in the General Education distribution area.  

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing the required courses listed above, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the tenth grade level or above by one of the following methods:

1.        EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 60 or higher*

2.        EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 35 or higher*

3.        ACT Assessment Reading score of 14 or higher*

4.        SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*

5.        Completion of ENG 091, Reading Improvement II, with a grade of "C" or better

6.        Grade equivalency score of 10 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.
  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.
  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 

Welding Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20609

Advisor:
Chuck Fickett

Welding Technology is a comprehensive program designed to provide skill development opportunities in oxyacetylene (gas), electric (arc), and inert gas welding. The course work is conducted in laboratories using modern welding equipment.

The studies are designed to equip you with skills needed to secure and hold employment in the welding industry. This program provides opportunities for upgrading skills and career advancement for those already employed in these fields. Welding certification by an independent agency is available.

This program is offered only in Gila County.

Curriculum Requirements

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

2 credits

WLD 101

Welding

2 credits

WLD 111

Arc Welding

3 credits

WLD 114

Advanced Arc Welding

3 credits

WLD 124

MIG Welding

3 credits

WLD 126

TIG Welding

3 credits

WLD 161

Blueprint Reading for Welders

3 credits

WLD 201

Metal Fabrication

2 credits

WLD 211

Pipe Welding

3 credits

WLD 231

Physical Metallurgy

2 credits

WLD 270

Technical Welding

3 credits

 

Choose 17 additional credits from the following:

AUT 104

Small Engines

3 credits

AUT 106

Internal Combustion Engines

5 credits

DRF 108

Technical Drafting

2 credits

MIN 101

Applied Mechanics I

3 credits

MIN 102

Applied Mechanics II

3 credits

MIN 220

Direct Current Electricity

3 credits

MIN 255

Small Equipment Operations

2 credits

MSP 104

Machine Shop

4 credits

MSP 110

Welding

2 credits

MSP 270

Advanced Machine Shop

5 credits

WLD 214

Layout and Development for Pipe Fabrication

4 credits

WLD 290

Welding Certification

1 credit

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

46 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 100 Writing Fundamentals or
ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

Mathematics

TEC 101 Technical Math I

4 credits

 

Select 11 additional credits from the list of General Education courses. Include at least one category other than English or Mathematics. You may not exceed nine credits in any GE category, with the exception of Health and Physical Education, where the maximum is two credits. Credits counted toward curriculum requirements cannot also be counted toward completion of General Education.

Total General Education Requirements

18 credits

Courses qualifying for General Education credit that are listed as curriculum requirements may be counted toward completion of General Education requirements only if other courses are not specified in the General Education distribution area.  

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing the required courses listed above, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the tenth grade level or above by one of the following methods:

7.        EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 60 or higher*

8.        EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 35 or higher*

9.        ACT Assessment Reading score of 14 or higher*

10.     SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*

11.     Completion of ENG 091, Reading Improvement II, with a grade of "C" or better

12.     Grade equivalency score of 10 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.
  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.
  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 


7/23/02EGR 214 – Engineering Mechanics I – Statics was added.


7/31/02CSL 011 – College Success Skills was added.


8/2/02 – The Summer Terms 2002 are stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

Summer Terms 2002

Thatcher Campus and Graham and Greenlee County Locations

 

First Term

 

November 27, 2001

Registration and drop/add begin for Summer Terms

May 10

Suggested postmark to meet tuition & fee payment deadline

May 24

Tuition and fee payments due (classes will be cancelled for students with unpaid tuition and fees)

May 27

Memorial Day Holiday

May 28

Classes begin

May 29

Last day to register, add or receive a refund for first summer term courses. Last day to withdraw from first summer term courses without record.

 

(Last day to withdraw  with a grade of “W” is the last day of classes)

June 27-28

Final Exams

 

 

Second Term

 

November 27, 2001

Registration and drop/add begin for Summer Terms

June 14

Suggested postmark to meet tuition & fee payment deadline

June 28

Tuition and fee payments due (classes will be cancelled for students with unpaid tuition and fees)

July 1

Classes begin

July 2

Last day to register, add or receive a refund for second summer term courses. Last day to withdraw from second summer term courses without record.

July 4

Independence Day Holiday

 

(Last day to withdraw with a grade of “W” is the last day of classes)

August 1-2

Final Exams

 

8/2/02 -  Tuition and Fees for 2001-2002 are stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

Tuition and Fees for 2001-2002

The exact amount you will spend on college expenses will depend on your class schedule (textbooks needed, etc.) and your housing and meal arrangements. Below is an estimate of the costs per semester, based on enrollment in 16 credit hours.

 

Arizona Residents

Out-of-state Non-residents

General Tuition and Fees

$382.00

$382.00

Books & Incidentals

300.00*

300.00*

Room & Meals
(7­day meal plan, double room occupancy)

1,950.00*

1,950.00*

Out-of-State Tuition

NA

2,060.00

TOTAL:

$2,632.00*

$4,692.00*

            *These are estimated costs and subject to annual change.

 

Refundable Tuition and Fees for 2001-2002

Credit
Hours

Arizona
Residents

Out of State
Students

up to 1

$32

$57

2

$64

$114

3

$64

$114

4

$64

$114

5

$64

$114

6

$64

$114

7

$117

$502

8

$170

$890

9

$223

$1278

10

$276

$1666

11

$329

$2054

12 & over

$382

$2442

Audit Fee (per credit hour, in
addition to General Tuition)

$35

 

Nonrefundable Fees

Allied Health:

 

   Nursing lab fee

$40 per term

   Nursing malpractice insurance

$15 per year*

   EMT/IEMT/Paramedic insurance

$61.50 per year*

   EMT refresher lab fee

$50 per term

   CPR lab fee

$50 per term

   Intermediate Emergency Medical Technician I and II fee

$200 per term

   Paramedic I/Paramedic II lab fee

$300 per term

   Paramedic transition lab fee

$528 per term

   All other malpractice insurance

$15 per year*

Check returned fee--1st time

$25

Check returned fee--2nd time

$30

CLEP administrative fee

$12

Cooking lab fee

$25 per term

Credit by exam (per credit hour, in addition to General Tuition)

$35

Diploma/Certificate replacement fee

$15

Graduation fee

$25

ID card replacement fee

$10

Math and English assessment (per discipline)

$20

Miscellaneous activities fees

To be determined

Transcript fee

$3

FAX surcharge

$2

  

 

*Estimated. Rates will be adjusted when actual premium is known.

 


8/14/02 - NUR 120 - Nursing One was revised to change the title, credits, and course description. The original title follows: Fundamentals of Nursing. The credits were changed from 8 credits to 9 credits. The original course description follows: This course introduces concepts of nursing, nursing process, roles, fundamental skills, pharmacology, medication administration, communication, growth and development, stress and adaptation, care for elderly, and clients in long-term care facility, and care for client who has surgery and alteration in mobility. Emphasis is on basic assessment skills, analysis skills and use of nursing diagnosis, and the physiological and safety needs of clients.

8/14/02 - NUR 130 - Nursing Two was revised to change the title, credits, and course description. The original title follows: Family Nursing. The credits were changed from 8 credits to 9 credits. The original course description follows: This course focuses on application of nursing process to assist the family with health and illness issues encountered during childbearing, nursing care of mother and newborn, and nursing care of children.  Emphasis is on health promotion, supportive care, continued accountability, and effective use of communication, and health teaching.  Clinical experiences are in maternity and pediatric nursing.

8/14/02 - NUR 240 - Nursing Three was revised to change the title, credits, and prerequisite. The original title follows: Medical-Surgical Nursing. The credits were changed from 8 credits to 9 credits. The original prerequisite follows: NUR 230.

8/14/02 - NUR 250 - Nursing Four was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Advanced Nursing. The original course description follows: This course concentrates on clients with multiple health problems and critically ill clients of all ages. Concepts related to alterations in activity and exercise patterns, alterations of cognitive and perceptual patterns, and alterations of sexual and reproductive patterns are studied.  Management skills and legal implications to nursing are also studied.  Emphasis is on decision-making and evaluation in nursing process. Clinical experiences permit student to function as an accountable member of the health team in preparation for the graduate role.

8/14/02 - Licensed Practical Nurse Certificate - 30710 was added.

8/14/02 - Nursing AAS Degree - 20702 was revised. The original version follows:

Nursing

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20702

Advisor:
Rose Marie Atencio
Danielle Morando
Mayuree Sozanski
Connie Thompson

This program is designed to prepare you for beginning employment as a staff nurse giving direct care to patients. The program has received approval by the Arizona Board of Nursing. On successful completion of the program, you will be awarded the Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree and will be eligible to make application to write the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).

Prerequisites: The following courses are required to be completed with a minimum grade of "C" to be considered for acceptance into the program. High school courses will not substitute.

CHM 130

Fundamental Chemistry

4 credits

MAT 120

Intermediate Algebra or
Placement Test score into higher Algebra course

0 to 4 credits

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

3 credits

 

Other requirements are the following:

  • Holding current American Heart Association, health care provider CPR certification
  • Holding a current Arizona Certificate of Nursing Assistant
  • Reading competency at the twelfth grade level or above on an EAC approved reading test

 

Curriculum Requirements

FCR 241

Nutrition

3 credits

HCE 240

Human Pathophysiology

4 credits

NUR 120

Fundamentals of Nursing

8 credits

NUR 130

Family Nursing

8 credits

NUR 219 or HCE 219

Pharmacology

3 credits

NUR 230

Mental Health Nursing

3 credits

NUR 240

Medical-Surgical Nursing

8 credits

NUR 250

Advanced Nursing

8 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

45 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 Written Communications II

3 credits

Lab Science

BIO 201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

4 credits

 

BIO 202 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

4 credits

 

BIO 205 Microbiology

4 credits

Social Science

PSY 250 Developmental Psychology

3 credits

 

Total General Education Requirements

21 credits

Courses qualifying for General Education credit that are listed as curriculum requirements may be counted toward completion of General Education requirements only if other courses are not specified in the General Education distribution area.  

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

66 credits

 

In addition to completing the required courses listed above, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the tenth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 60 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 35 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 14 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 091, Reading Improvement II, with a grade of "C" or better
    6.  Grade equivalency score of 10 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.
  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.
  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

8/15/02MDC 102 – Introduction to Media Communications was added.

8/15/02MDC 150 – Video Production was added.

8/15/02NUR 202 – Intravenous Infusion Therapy and Medication Skills was added.


8/19/02COE 113 – Cooperative Education III (Occupational) was added.


8/20/02GER 201 – Intermediate German I was added.


8/28/02ENG 283 – Tutor Training Workshop I was revised to change the credits from 1 credit to 2 credits.  ENG 283 was last modified 4/2/02.

8/28/02ENG 284 – Tutor Training Workshop II was revised to change the credits from 1 credit to 2 credits.  ENG 284 was last modified 4/2/02.