Chronological Listing of Changes

 

9/5/02 - ART 171A - Beginning Crafts I - Tole Painting was revised to change the semester taught and course description. ART 171A was originally taught every fall and spring semester. The original course description follows: Design and execution of various crafts.

9/5/02 - ART 172A - Beginning Crafts II - Tole Painting was revised to change the semester taught and course description. ART 172A was originally taught every fall and spring semester. The original course description follows: Design and execution of various crafts.

9/5/02 - ART 271A - Intermediate Crafts I - Tole Painting was revised to change the semester taught and course description. ART 271A was originally taught every fall and spring semester. The original course description follows: Provides opportunities for students to further practice the folk craft of tole painting, particularly as applied to wood, ceramic, etc. Preparation and painting of folklore characters on various surfaces.

9/5/02 - ART 272A - Intermediate Crafts II - Tole Painting was revised to change the semester taught. ART 272A was originally taught every fall and spring semester.

9/5/02 - ASL 012 - Conversational American Sign Language II was revised to change the semester offered. ASL 012 was originally offered every fall and spring semester.

9/5/02 - CMP 170 - Database Management with Microsoft Access was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Examines and applies the concepts and framework of database management systems for practical use in information systems.

9/5/02 - PHY 111 - General Physics I was revised to change the prerequisite and course description. The original prerequisite follows: MAT 154. The original course description follows: Covers the fundamental principles of mechanics, fluids, thermodynamics, periodic motion. Problem solving on the algebraic level.


9/18/02 - International Student Admission Application Fee was added.

9/18/02 - International Students section was revised. The original section follows:

International Students

Prospective international students need to submit all of the items listed below. Contact the Records and Registration Office to obtain forms and more information. All items need to be received by August 1 for fall semester and by December 1 for spring semester.

  • Admissions Form.
  • Official transcript of high school and college work.
  • Completed medical examination.
  • TOEFL test scores. The minimum TOEFL paper-based test score we accept is 500 and the minimum TOEFL computer-based test score we accept is 173. For information on the TOEFL, write to Test of English as a Foreign Language, Educational Testing Service, Princeton NJ 08540, USA. You may be admitted without TOEFL scores contingent upon participation in a college language training program designed and approved to meet your individual needs.
  • Letters of recommendation from two persons, preferably officials from a former school.
  • Certification of Finances.
  • Proof of hospitalization insurance.
  • Housing Application and deposit (if you want College housing).

9/18/02 - Withdrawal from a Course section was revised. The original section follows:

Withdrawal from a Course

You are responsible for initiating and completing official withdrawals from classes from which you wish to withdraw. Withdrawal before the end of the registration period will result in the course not showing on your transcript. This is known as "Withdrawal Without Record." Withdrawal from a course after the close of registration will result in a grade of "W" - "Withdrawal With Record" - showing on your transcript. If you do not officially withdraw from a course, you may receive a failing grade. Instructors are authorized to withdraw you from courses for excessive unofficial absences, excessive tardiness, disruptive behavior, or inability to perform the required tasks.

Your failure to drop a class after registration, regardless of nonattendance or nonpayment, does not release you from the financial obligation incurred at the time of registration.  To ensure your registration is cancelled and the financial obligation to EAC reversed, you must withdraw from the course.  To completely remove your financial obligation, you must withdraw from the course during the open registration period for that course.  Instructors are not always obligated to withdraw you from their courses and you should not assume they will do so.


9/19/02 - IAR 120 - Machine Woodworking was revised to remove the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: IAR 101.

9/19/02 - JPN 011 - Beginning Conversational Japanese I was revised to add extended registration.

9/19/02- MUS 106 - Music Theory II was revised to change the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: MUS 105.

9/19/02 - MUS 125 - Jazz Ensemble I was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Studies and performs a wide range of popular and jazz literature to develop improvisational skills and musicianship. Auditions will be held.

9/19/02 - MUS 147 - String Orchestra I was revised to change the semester offered and course description. MUS 147 was originally offered upon request. The original course description follows: This course is dedicated to providing musical and educational opportunity to study and perform a wide selection of string orchestra literature.  This orchestra prepares concerts for public performances and provides accompaniment for musical theater performances.

9/19/02 - MUS 148 - String Orchestra II was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: This course is dedicated to providing musical and educational opportunity to study and perform a wide selection of string orchestra literature.  This orchestra prepares concerts for public performances and provides accompaniment for musical theater performances.

9/19/02 - MUS 225 - Jazz Ensemble II was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Studies and performs a wide range of popular and jazz literature to develop improvisational skills and musicianship. Auditions will be held.

9/19/02 - MUS 226 - Jazz Ensemble IV was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Studies and performs a wide range of popular and jazz literature to develop improvisational skills and musicianship.  Auditions will be held.

9/19/02 - PHY 107 - Physical Concepts was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Designed for liberal arts and life science majors. Survey of the basic fields of physics with emphasis on their applications in the modern world. Some attention is paid to the historical development of physics and its impact on society. Recommend completion of one year of high school algebra.

9/19/02 - PHY 112 - General Physics II was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Covers the fundamental principles of electricity, magnetism and optics.   Problem solving on algebraic level.

9/19/02 - PHY 211 - Physics with Calculus I was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Fundamental principles of mechanics, fluids, thermodynamics, and wave motion. Problem solving with calculus. Engineering majors who have not had a rigorous quantitative high school physics course such as Advanced Placement Physics are strongly advised to take PHY 107 or PHY 111 as preparation for PHY 211.

9/19/02 - PHY 212 - Physics with Calculus II was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Covers the fundamental principles of electricity and magnetism. Problem-solving with calculus.


9/23/02 - DRF 220 - Machine Drafting was revised to remove extended registration, and change the semester offered and course description. DRF 220 was originally offered every spring semester. The original course description follows: This course uses the latest in parametric drafting technology (Auto Mechanical Desktop) in the study of mechanical drafting, threads and fasteners, detail and assembly drawings, section views, and basic dimensioning and tolerancing techniques.

9/23/02 - DRF 240 - Electronics Drafting was revised to change the semester offered and course description. DRF 240 was originally offered every fall and spring semester. The original course description follows: Provides instruction in drafting techniques related to the electronics industry. Additional topics covered include Military Standards, schematic drawings, correct use of electronic symbols, point-to-point and highway diagrams, block and logic diagrams, and printed circuit board design.

9/23/02 - DRF 263 - Survey of CAD Systems was revised to change the semester offered and course description. DRF 263 was originally offered every fall and spring semester. The original course description follows: Students will explore different Computer Aided Drafting systems or applications. Students will select one or two applications from among MicroStation, Cad Key, CADAM, Design CAD, AutoDesk Map, LightScape, architectural or mechanical applications, etc., and produce working drawings, models, or other appropriate output to demonstrate the use of each product. One application will be selected for 2 credits, two applications will be selected for 3 credits.


9/24/02 - DRF 262 - Commercial Architecture was revised to remove extended registration and change the semester offered. DRF 262 was originally offered every spring semester.


10/9/02 - Donna Bolinger was removed as the Vice Chair and member of the Greenlee County Advisory Committee.

10/9/02 - Mike Garfield was removed as a member of the Greenlee County Advisory Committee.

10/9/02 - James Crinan replaced Donna Bolinger as the Vice-Chair of the Greenlee County Advisory Committee.

10/9/02 - Carl Mitchell was added as a member of the Greenlee County Advisory Committee.

10/9/02 - John Payne was added as a member of the Greenlee County Advisory Committee.

10/9/02 - ANT 110 - Mexican-American Culture was revised to change the semester taught and course description. ANT 110 was originally offered upon request. The original course description follows: Mexican-American culture, from an anthropological, sociological, and historical point of view with emphasis upon contemporary conditions and problems.

10/9/02 - BUS 180 - Reservations Systems was deleted. Course description: 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.

10/9/02 - BUS 181 - Reception Management was deleted. Course description: 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.

10/9/02 - BUS 182 - Room Attendant Functions was deleted. Course description: 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.

10/9/02 - BUS 190 - Presenting Service - Waiter/Waitress was deleted. Course description: 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.

10/9/02 - BUS 191 - Applied Food Service Sanitation - Safe Food Handling was deleted. Course description: 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.

10/9/02 - BUS 264 - Introduction to Supervision was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered upon request. The first line supervisor's role and responsibilities.

10/9/02 - BUS 265 - Intermediate Supervision was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered upon request, prerequisite: BUS 264. Level II enlarges on the concepts and techniques in BUS 264 Introduction to Supervision Level I. Emphasis is on the manager.

10/9/02 - BUS 266 - Effective Supervision was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered upon request, prerequisite: BUS 265. This course focuses on the role of the manager as a work group leader and techniques for developing and maintaining a cohesive, productive work unit.

10/9/02 - CMP 112 - Lotus 1-2-3 was deleted. Course description: 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.

10/9/02 - EMT 103 - Basic Emergency Medical Technician was revised to change the credits from 6 credits to 9 credits.

10/9/02 - THC 112 - Acting for Film was added.

10/9/02 - Advertising Design AAS Degree - 20401 was revised. The original version follows:

Advertising Design

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20401

Advisor:
Jim Gentry

Advertising Design prepares you for entry level employment in an advertising agency, art agency, newspaper, printing plant, industrial in-plant printing unit, and free-lance work.

Curriculum Requirements

ART 101

Fundamentals of Design

3 credits

ART 102

Color and Design

3 credits

ART 111

Drawing

3 credits

ART 114

Figure Drawing

3 credits

ART 128

Beginning Photography

3 credits

ART 181

Advertising Design I

3 credits

ART 182

Advertising Design II

3 credits

ART 186

Introduction to Computer Graphics

3 credits

ART 188

Electronic Publishing

3 credits

ART 189

Typography and Typesetting

2 credits

ART 216

Illustration I

3 credits

ART 217

Illustration II

3 credits

ART 285

Printmaking

3 credits

ART 289

Portfolio Development

1 credit

 

Choose at least 5 additional credits from the following:

BUS 101

Fundamentals of Accounting

3 credits

CMP 110 or CMP 244

Current Applications or
Desktop Publishing

1/2 to 2 credits
3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

1 credit

EGR 120 or DRF 108

Engineering Drafting or
Technical Drafting

2 credits

SBM 101 or SBM 201

Selling Techniques or
Small Business Management

3 credits

 

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

44 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

BUS 160 Communication for the Occupations or
ENG 260 Technical Report Writing

3 credits

2 to 3 credits

 

ENG 100 Writing Fundamentals or
ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

Computers

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

3 credits

Humanities

ART 133 World Art I and
ART 134 World Art II

3 credits
3 credits

 

An additional 3 credits, with no more than 2 credits in the Health and Physical Education category, are to be selected from the list of General Education courses.

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.  

Electives Requirements

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of two credits of courses of your choice numbered 100 or above to obtain the 64 credits required.

Electives requirements

2 credits

 

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.

10/9/02 - Business AAS Degree - 20105 was revised. The original version follows:

Business

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20105

Advisors:
Mark Anderson
Kathleen Bailey

This degree provides you with a general business background.

Curriculum Requirements

BUA 101

Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUS 101 or
BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Fundamentals of Accounting or
Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

3 credits
3 credits
1 credit

BUA 221 or
BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

 

Choose at least 26-27 additional credits from the following list to obtain the required 42 credits of Curriculum Requirements:

BUS 160

Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

BUS 180

Reservations Systems

3 credits

BUS 181

Reception Management

3 credits

BUS 182

Room Attendant Functions

3 credits

BUS 190

Presenting Service – Waiter/Waitress

2 credits

BUS 191

Applied Food Service Sanitation - Safe Food Handling

2 credits

BUS 264

Introduction to Supervision

3 credits

BUS 265

Intermediate Supervision

3 credits

BUS 266

Effective Supervision

3 credits

CMP 101

Introduction to Computers

3 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 161 or CMP 170

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel or

Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications

3 credits

CMP 244

Computer Applications I

3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

1 credit

COE 111

Cooperative Education I

1 to 4 credits

COE 112

Cooperative Education II

1 to 4 credits

OFT 117 or
OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding I or

Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

OFT 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

OFT 235 or

OFT 236 or

OFT 237

Word Processing Applications I or

Word Processing Applications II or

Word Processing Applications

1 credit

1 credit

3 credits

SBM 111

Marketing

3 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

SBM 201

Small Business Management

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

42 credits

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 100 Writing Fundamentals or
ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

Mathematics

BUS 111 Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

 

An additional 12 credits, including at least one course from a GE category other than English or Mathematics, are to be selected from the list of General Education courses. You may not exceed nine credits in any GE 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.  

 

Electives Requirements

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of four credits in courses of your choice numbered 100 or above to obtain the 64 credits required.

Total Electives Requirements

4 credits

  

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the 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.

10/9/02 - Emergency Medical Technician - Basic Certificate - 30701 was revised. The original version follows:

Emergency Medical Technician – Basic

Certificate of Proficiency

30701

Advisor:
Christopher Black

This Certificate prepares you for an entry-level position as an emergency medical technician at the basic level. Emphasis is on preparation to perform pre-hospital emergency services as specified by Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services.

Curriculum Requirements

Health Care Education Core Requirements

EMT 103

Basic Emergency Medical Technician

6 credits

EMT 121

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

1/2 credit

EMT 170

Vehicular Extrication and Trauma Care

1/2 credit

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

7 credits

 

In addition to completing the course requirements above with a grade of "C" or better, you must meet an academic requirement by one of the following methods:

  • Completion of ENG 100, Writing Fundamentals, or higher with a grade of "C" or better.
  • EAC COMPASS writing placement score of 85 or higher entered into your student record.
  • Completion of BUS 111, Business Mathematical Calculations, with a grade of  "C" or better.
  • Completion of MAT 120, Intermediate Algebra, or higher with a grade of  "C" or better.
  • EAC COMPASS mathematics placement score of 61 or higher entered into your student record. 

10/9/02 - Media Communications Certificate - 30401 was added.


10/10/02 - MUS 258 - Chamber Orchestra IV was revised to change the title. The original title follows: College Symphony IV.


10/14/02 - MUS 148 - String Orchestra II was revised to change the semester taught. MUS 148 was originally offered upon request. MUS 148 was last modified 9/19/02.

10/14/02 - MUS 157 - Chamber Orchestra I was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: College Symphony I. The original course description follows: Rehearses, studies, and performs a wide selection of symphonic string literature within the technical abilities of the players. The orchestra will give at least two performances per year.

10/14/02 - MUS 158 - Chamber Orchestra II was revised to change the title. The original title follows: College Symphony II.

10/14/02 - MUS 257 - Chamber Orchestra III was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: College Symphony III. The original course description follows: Rehearses, studies, and performs a wide selection of symphonic string literature within the technical abilities of the players. Players will primarily be full-time students. The orchestra will give at least two performances per year.


10/17/02 - ART 287 - Pixel Imaging/Photoshop was revised to remove extended registration and change the semester taught. ART 287 was originally offered every fall and spring semester.

10/17/02 - MUS 135 - Vocal Show Ensemble I was revised to add extended registration.

10/17/02 - MUS 139 - Vocal Show Ensemble II was revised to add extended registration.

10/17/02 - English AA Degree - 60203 was revised. The original version follows:

English

Associate of Arts Degree

AA-GR 60203

Advisors:
Mike Crockett
Rebecca Jarvis
Jill Loveless
Kinsey McKinney
Dona Schreur
David Tammer
Marilyn Wilton

This degree provides a foundation in written communications and familiarity with literary forms and major literary works.  Since program requirements differ between universities, the official transfer guide of the school which you plan to attend upon leaving EAC should be consulted in order to adjust this program to your personal needs. Web addresses for the transfer guides of Arizona’s three public universities are included below.

Curriculum Requirements

ENG 218

Writing About Literature

3 credits

ENG 221

English Literature

3 credits

ENG 222

English Literature II

3 credits

ENG 201 or
ENG 202 or
ENG 241 or ENG 242

World Literature I or
World Literature II or
American Literature I or
American Literature II

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

12 credits

 

General Education Requirements

AGEC-A

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a  Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 Written Communications II

3 credits

Mathematics

Select from list

3 credits

Lab Science

Select two Lab Science Courses from list

8 credits

Humanities

ART 133 World of Art I or

3 credits

 

ART 134 World of Art II

 

 

MUS 101 World of Music or

3 credits

 

THC 105 Introduction to Drama

 

 

Select from the list of Humanities Courses

3 credits

Social Science

HIS 104 Western Civilization I or
HIS 105 Western Civilization II

3 credits

 

 

Select from the list of Social Science Classes. Courses selected must be from more than one department.

6 credits

 

Total General Education Requirements

35 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.  

 

Electives & Foreign Language Requirements

To obtain this degree you must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language at the 202 course level. To do this select from the following options:

  1. If you have no foreign language coursework completed, take the French or Spanish 101, 102, 201, 202 course sequence offered at EAC. This option will fulfill your foreign language requirement. You will need to select a one credit elective course from the approved list to obtain the 64 credits required for this degree.
  2. If you have completed two years of high school French or Spanish courses, take the 201, 202 course sequence at EAC. These two courses will fulfill your foreign language requirement. You will need to select nine credits of elective courses from the approved list to obtain the 64 credits required for this degree.
  3. If you have completed four years of high school foreign language courses or have obtained foreign language ability at the 202 course level in some other manner, testing options are available to demonstrate your proficiency. Contact the Records and Registration Office for more information. If you demonstrate foreign language proficiency by testing, you will need to complete 17 credits of elective courses from the approved list to obtain the 64 credits required for the degree.

You are encouraged to take liberal arts courses as electives such as art, creative writing, history, music, philosophy or psychology.

Electives and Foreign Language Requirements

17 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the courses listed above with a grade of "C" or better, 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 twelfth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 76 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 40 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 18 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 113, College Reading, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 12 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.

10/23/02 - The EAC Foundation Board was revised. The original version follows:

EAC Foundation Board

Dudley Welker, President
William Reed, Vice-President (President, EAC Alumni Association)
John Mickelson, Treasurer
Deanna Brockmeier, Secretary
Jim Lee, Director
Ralph Orr, Jr., Director
Fred Pace, Director
Mark Bryce, Director (President, EAC)
Lois Ann Moody, Director (Chairman, EAC Board)

10/23/02 - The EAC Alumni Association Board was revised. The original version follows:

EAC Alumni Association Board

William Reed, President
William Bone, Treasurer
Becky Johnson, Secretary
Lois Ann Moody, Director
Larry Rapier, Director
Cindy Olvey, Director
Nellie Plasencio, Director
Dudley Welker, Director
Joel Biggs, Director
Bryan Allred, Director
Mike Gardner, Director
Mark Bryce, Alumni Advisor (President, EAC)


10/28/02 - ART 228 - Intermediate Photography was revised to change the credits from 3 credits to 2 to 3 credits.

10/28/02 - CMP 110 - Current Applications was revised to change the credits, course description, and remove extended registration. The credits were changed from 1/2 to 2 credits to 2 credits. The original course description follows: Provides individuals with the opportunity to specialize in specific current software applications for microcomputers. Recommend at least one introductory course or equivalent background.

10/28/02 - ENG 235 - Independent Writing: Poetry was revised. The prerequisite was added.

10/28/02 - ENG 236 - Independent Writing: Fiction was revised. The prerequisite was added.

10/28/02 - ENG 237 - Independent Writing: Nonfiction was revised. The prerequisite was added.


10/30/02 - MUS 101 - World of Music was revised to remove extended registration.


11/7/02 - IAR 101 - Woodworking was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Woodshop safety, use of tools, construction principles, wood processes, and introduction to wood finishes. Students will be charged for some supplies.


11/11/02 - The last paragraph of the How and When Do I Pay My Tuition and Fees section was revised. The original version follows: In the Semester Calendar section of the Class Schedule, published each semester, a date is specified by which all fees or financial aid arrangements are due. If payment is not received by this date, your registration will be canceled. If your registration is canceled, you may not be able to get back into all your classes. Don't let this happen to you! Be sure all financial arrangements are made by the date due.


11/20/02 - Tuition and Fees for 2003-2004 was added.

11/20/02 - Residence Hall Room Costs for 2003-2004 was added.

11/20/02 - Meal Plans for 2003-2004 was added.

11/20/02 - Gila Hank's Cafe Guest-Line prices for 2003-2004 was added.


12/5/02 - CHM 236 - General Organic Chemistry II was revised to change the prerequisite and course description and make this course an Intensive Writing course. The original prerequisite follows: CHM 235. The original course description follows: Continuation of CHM 235.  General principles of organic chemistry with continued emphasis on reactivity and synthesis.  Topics include the study of ethers, epoxides, sulfides, conjugated systems, aromatic compounds, ketones, aldehydes, amines, carboxylic acids and their derivatives, enols, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, peptides, proteins, lipids, and polymers.

12/5/02 - DRF 150 - Dimensioning and Tolerancing was revised to change the semester offered. DRF 150 was originally offered every fall and spring semester.

12/5/02 - DRF 160 - Descriptive Geometry was revised to change the semester offered. DRF 160 was originally offered every fall and spring semester.

12/5/02 - DRF 170 - Residential Architecture was revised to remove extended registration and change the semester offered. DRF 170 was originally offered every fall semester.

12/5/02 - DRF 230 - Map Drafting was revised to remove extended registration and change the semester offered. DRF 230 was originally offered every spring semester.

12/5/02 - DRF 232 - Structural Drafting was revised to remove extended registration and change the semester offered. DRF 232 was originally offered every fall semester.

12/5/02 - DRF 271 - Advanced AutoCAD was revised to removed extended registration and change the semester offered. DRF 271 was originally offered every fall semester.

12/5/02 - EGR 124 - Engineering Graphics was revised to remove extended registration and change the semester offered. EGR 124 was originally offered every fall and spring semester.

12/5/02 - ENG 113 - College Reading was revised to add the prerequisite.


12/9/02 - GER 202 - Intermediate German II was added.


12/10/02 - CMP 115 - Microsoft Windows was added.

12/10/02 - ECE 100 - Introduction to Early Childhood Education was added.

12/10/02 - ECE 102 - Early Childhood Curriculum/Activities was added.

12/10/02 - ECE 105 - Health, Safety and Nutrition was added.

12/10/02 - ECE 110 - Infants & Toddlers Curriculum and Testing was added.

12/10/02 - ECE 120 - Guiding Children's Social Development and Behavior was added.

12/10/02 - EDU 230 - Cultural Diversity in Education was added.


12/12/02 - CMP 115A - Beginning Microsoft Windows XP was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Beginning Microsoft Windows 98. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with beginning level functions of Microsoft Windows 98, an operating system used for organizing and maintaining computers.

12/12/02 - CMP 115B - Intermediate Microsoft Windows XP was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Intermediate Microsoft Windows 98. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with intermediate level functions of Microsoft Windows 98, an operating system used for organizing and maintaining computers.

12/12/02 - CMP 115C - Advanced Microsoft Windows XP was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Advanced Microsoft Windows 98. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with advanced level functions of Microsoft Windows 98, an operating system used for organizing and maintaining computers.


12/13/02 - The date Financial Aid checks are available was changed from January 8 to January 6.


12/19/02 - CSL 109 - Orientation to Student Success was added.


1/14/03 - Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 was updated. The previous version follows:

Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990

Covering the Period of January 1, 1999 - December 31, 2001

Eastern Arizona College
Campus Crimes

Thatcher
Campus

Graham
County
Sites

Greenlee
County
Sites

Totals

 

99

00

01

99

00

01

99

00

01

99

00

01

 

Criminal Homicide:  Murder and Non-negligent Manslaughter

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Criminal Homicide:  Manslaughter by Negligence

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Rape

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Sexual Offense, Forcible

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

 

Sexual Offense, Non-Forcible

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

 

Robbery

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Aggravated assault

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

 

Burglary

5

11

10

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

11

10

 

Motor vehicle theft

0

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

 

Arson

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Hate/prejudice crimes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Liquor law violations

26

22

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

26

22

7

 

Drug-related violations

4

10

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

10

3

 

Weapons possession

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

 

 


1/15/03 - AJS 115 - Basic Peace Officer Academy I was revised to change the credits and course description. The credits were changed from 12 credits to 15 credits. The original course description follows: An approved Arizona POST Peace Officer Academy designed to train a regular or reserve officer for State certification. Students must be sponsored by an approved law enforcement agency in accordance with all current Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) guidelines. Refer to the Administration of Justice AAS Degree curriculum for a listing of courses that upon academy graduation are fulfilled toward the Administration of Justice AAS Degree.

1/15/03 - AJS 215 - Basic Peace Officer Academy II was revised to change the credits and course description. The credits were changed from 12 credits to 15 credits. The original course description follows: An approved Arizona POST Peace Officer Academy designed to train a regular or reserve officer for State certification. Students must be sponsored by an approved law enforcement agency in accordance with all current Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) guidelines. Refer to the Administration of Justice AAS Degree curriculum description for a listing of courses that upon academy graduation are fulfilled toward the Administration of Justice AAS Degree.

1/15/03 - EGR 215 - Engineering Mechanics II - Dynamics was added.

1/15/03 - ENG 112 - Speed Reading was revised to change the credits and remove the prerequisite. The credits were changed from 1/2 to 2 credits to 2 credits. The original prerequisite follows: Reading grade level of 9.0 or higher.


1/16/03 - ART 228 - Intermediate Photography was revised to change the semester offered and remove the prerequisite. ART 228 was originally taught every fall and spring semester. The original prerequisite follows: ART 128. ART 228 was last modified 10/28/02.

1/16/03 - Early Childhood Education AAS Degree - 20803 was revised. The original version follows:

Early Childhood Development

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20803

Advisor:
JoAnn Morales

This degree builds on the requirements of the three Early Childhood Development Associate Certificates of Proficiency and gives the student additional skills to accompany certification in the field.

Curriculum Requirements

 

ECD Infant/Toddler Certificate, or

23-24 credits

 

ECD Preschool Certificate, or

27-28 credits

 

ECD Family Child Care Certificate

21-22 credits

FCR 171

Child Development

3 credits

FCR 241

Nutrition

3 credits

 

 Choose at least 7 additional credits from the following:

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

FCR 281 or
ENG 281

Children's Literature or
Children's Literature

2 credits

HPE 190 or
EMT 122

First Aid & CPR  or
First Aid & CPR

2 credits

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

34-41 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher depending upon the certificate used to fulfill requirements

 

 General Education Requirements

English

ENG 099* Written Fundamentals Lab, and

1 credit

English

ENG 100 Written Fundamentals or

3 credits

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

BUS 160 Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

*ENG 099 does NOT count toward General Education Credit or toward graduation.

An additional 12 credit hours, including courses from at least two GE categories other than English, are to be selected from the list of General Education courses. You may not exceed nine credits in any GE 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.  

 

Electives Requirements

Additional Elective Credits at the 100 level or above must be completed to total 64 total credits.

 

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.


1/21/03 - The date registration and drop/add begins for Fall 2003 and Spring 2004 semesters was changed from March 17 to February 18.

1/21/03 - The Fall Semester 2002 Academic Calendar is stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

 Fall Semester 2002

March 18

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

July 15

Suggested postmark to meet tuition & fee payment deadline

August 1

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

August 15

Thatcher Campus residence halls and food service facilities open at noon

August 14-16

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

August 19

Classes begin and financial aid checks available

August 23

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

August 30

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

September 2

Labor Day Holiday

October 11

Fair Day Holiday (Graham County locations only)

November 28-29

Thanksgiving Holiday

(Thatcher Campus food service facilities close November 27 at 6 p.m.  Residence Halls close November 28 at 7 a.m.  Food service and halls reopen December 1 at 5 p.m.)

December 3

Summer 2003 registration begins

December 6

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

December 9-12

Final Exams

(Thatcher Campus food service facilities close December 12 at 6 p.m.  Residence Halls close December 13 at 7 a.m.  Food service and halls reopen January 5 at Noon)

December 20-27

Christmas Holiday - All offices closed

   

 


1/22/03 - BIO 110 - Natural History of the Gila Valley was added.

1/22/03 - BIO 111 - Birds of the Gila Valley was added.


2/3/03 - The date financial aid and scholarship checks are available was changed from August 15 to August 14.


2/5/03 - Presidential Scholarships section was updated. The original follows: Presidential Scholarships - available only to students who are residents of Apache, Gila, and Greenlee Counties (counties which are not currently part of a community college district).

2/5/03 - Keith and Kathleen McBride Crockett Family Alumni Scholarship was added.

2/5/03 - Dr. David G. Lunt Choral Music Scholarship was added.

2/5/03 - CSL 010 - How to Study was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, developmental course - does not count for graduation credit, offered every fall and spring semester, extended registration available. By teaching basic study skills and test taking skills, this 10-week course seeks to assist students in improving their academic performances. As time permits, basic college survival skills will be addressed. It is usually taught at the beginning of each semester.


3/6/03 - EMT 204 - EMT -Intermediate Transition was revised to change the credits from 6 credits to 12 credits. EMT 204 was added 5/13/02.


3/19/03 - ART 154 - Beginning Scrapbooking II was added.

3/19/03 - ART 253 - Intermediate Scrapbooking I was added.

3/19/03 - ART 254 - Intermediate Scrapbooking II was added.

3/19/03 - EDU 100A - Substitute Teacher Role Preparation I was added.

3/19/03 - EDU 100B - Substitute Teacher Role Preparation II was added.

3/19/03 - EDU 100C - Substitute Teacher Role Preparation III was added.

3/19/03 - HPE 169 - Theory and Practice of Basketball was added.

3/19/03 - Early Childhood Education Certificate - 30814 was added.


3/31/03 - BIO 112 - Desert Survival was added.


4/2/03 - MUS 140 - Chamber Ensemble I was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Chamber Music I.

4/2/03 - MUS 141 - Chamber Ensemble II was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Chamber Music II.


4/3/03 - JPN 012 - Beginning Conversational Japanese II was revised to remove the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: JPN 011.

4/3/03 - MUS 240 - Chamber Ensemble III was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Chamber Music III.

4/3/03 - MUS 241 - Chamber Ensemble IV was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Chamber Music IV.


4/10/03 - Pizza Edge Scholarship was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Larry and Diane Justice Scholarship.


4/15/03 - FSC 102 - Fire Department Operations II was revised to add the prerequisite and revise the course description. The original course description follows: This is the advanced firefighting course, primarily designed for new fire department recruits. Emphasis is on the chemistry of fire, building construction, administrative policies, and techniques of firefighting. Recommend completion of FSC 101 or concurrent enrollment of FSC 101. Preparation for State Fire Marshall’s Fire Fighter certification.

4/15/03 - Elementary Education AA Degree - 60201 was revised. The original version follows:

Elementary Education

Associate of Arts Degree

TG-XR 60201

Advisors:

 

 

ASU Transfers:
Ida Nunley

BYU Transfers:
Marilyn Wilton

NAU Transfers:
Ralph Selensky

U of A Transfers:
Joyce Flamm

WNMU Transfers:
Lee Russell

 

 

If you plan a career in elementary or special education you can complete your first two years of study at EAC, but need to realize that it is a degree program in which transfer guides and catalogs from potential transferring institutions are mandatory from your freshman year forward. You should determine your transfer institution as quickly as possible and follow that institution’s Elementary Education Transfer Guide. If that transfer guide does not match Eastern’s graduation requirements, it is recommended that the student pursue an Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree.  Some universities now require a minor that can be started at EAC. Consult with department staff at the school you plan to transfer to for specific information. At the present time, Eastern’s Elementary Education curriculum aligns most closely with the curriculum at Northern Arizona University. Since program requirements differ between universities, the official transfer guide of the school which you plan to attend upon leaving EAC should be consulted in order to adjust this program to your personal needs.

Arizona State University and the University of Arizona require that all applicants to their teacher education programs pass the Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST). Northern Arizona University does not require this test. You should check with the EAC Evaluation Unit at least two full semesters before transferring to determine when the PPST will be offered at EAC and how to register for the three parts of the test which cover mathematics, reading and writing.

 

Curriculum Requirements

EDU 200

Introduction to Education

3 credits

HPE 100

Personal Health

3 credits

POS 221

Arizona Constitution and Government

1 credit

SPC 201

Public Speaking

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

10 credits

 

General Education Requirements

AGEC-A

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 Written Communications II

3 credits

Mathematics

Select one course from list

3 credits

Lab Science

Two lab science courses from list. Courses from two different departments must be selected.

8 credits

Humanities

Select from Humanities list. Choose courses from more than one department and one course must be in the Arts.

9 credits

Social Science

HIS 101 U.S. History I or
HIS 102 U.S. History II

3 credits

 

POS 110 United States National Politics

3 credits

 

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology

3 credits

 

Total General Education Requirements

35 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.  

 

Electives and Foreign Language Requirements

To obtain this degree you must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language at the 202 course level. To do this select from the following options:

  1. If you have no foreign language coursework completed, take the French or Spanish 101, 102, 201, 202 course sequence offered at EAC. This option will fulfill your foreign language requirement. You will need to select a three credit elective course to obtain the 64 credits required for this degree.
  2. If you have completed two years of high school French or Spanish courses, take the 201, 202 course sequence at EAC. These two courses will fulfill your foreign language requirement. You will need to select eleven credits of elective courses to obtain the 64 credits required for this degree.
  3. If you have completed four years of high school foreign language courses or have obtained foreign language ability at the 202 course level in some other manner, testing options are available to demonstrate your proficiency. Contact the Records and Registration Office for more information. If you demonstrate foreign language proficiency by testing, you will need to complete 19 credits of elective courses to obtain the 64 credits required for the degree.

Electives and Foreign Language Requirements

19 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the courses listed above with a grade of "C" or better, 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 twelfth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 76 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 40 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 18 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 113, College Reading, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 12 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.

4/23/03 - SPC 201 - Public Speaking was revised to add the following to the course description: Students generate a minimum of 2,500 words including revisions throughout the semester.


4/28/03 - ENG 189 - Literature and Film was added.


5/1/03 - ENG 218 - Writing About Literature was revised to change the semester offered and prerequisite. ENG 218 was originally offered upon request. The original prerequisite follows: ENG 101 with a grade of "C" or higher and prior or concurrent enrollment in ENG 102. ENG 218 was last modified 5/2/02.

5/1/03 - THC 220 - Theater Workshop III was revised to change the semester offered. THC 220 was originally offered upon request.


5/14/03 - ANT 170 - Archaeological Excavation was deleted. Course description: 4 credits, offered upon request. EThis course is designed to introduce the student to the principles of field work including the recognition, identification and classification of various types of artifacts recovered from a local Native American site. ANT 170 was added 4/26/02.

5/14/03 - ART 154 - Beginning Scrapbooking II was revised to change the credits from 2 credits to 1 to 2 credits. ART 154 was added 3/19/03.

5/14/03 - ART 253 - Intermediate Scrapbooking I was revised to change the credits from 2 credits to 1 to 2 credits. ART 253 was added 3/19/03.

5/14/03 - ART 254 - Intermediate Scrapbooking II was revised to change the credits from 2 credits to 1 to 2 credits. ART 254 was added 3/19/03.

5/14/03 - EDU 100D - Substitute Teacher Role Preparation Overview was added.

5/14/03 - EDU 112 - Special Education Paraeducator was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered upon request. This class entails analysis of the various roles and responsibilities that paraeducators hold in special education classes.  This intense, interactive course will better prepare paraeducators to work as a viable team member with the supervising teacher, school staff, parents, children and other support teams.


6/25/03 - The Spring Semester 2003 Academic Calendar is stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

Spring Semester 2003
 

March 18, 2002

Registration and drop/add begin for Spring Semester

December 2, 2002

Suggested postmark to meet tuition and fee payment deadline

December 15, 2002

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

January 1

New Years Holiday

January 5

Thatcher Campus residence halls and food service facilities open at noon

January 6 Financial aid checks available

January 6-7

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

January 7 Greenlee County in-person registration at Morenci High School-EAC Office, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

January 8

Classes begin

January 14

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

January 20

Martin Luther King, Jr./Civil Rights Day Holiday

January 21

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

February 17

Presidents Day Holiday

February 18

Registration and drop/add begins for Fall 2003 and Spring 2004 semesters

February 21

Graduation Petitions due

March 3

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

March 10-14

Spring Break (Thatcher Campus, Graham County, and Duncan sites only)

(Thatcher Campus food service facilities close March 7 at 6 p.m.  Residence Halls close March 8 at 7 a.m.  Food service and halls reopen March 16 at 5 p.m.)

March 17-21

Spring Break (Clifton and Morenci sites only)

April 3

Sophomore Qualifying Exam (for graduating sophomores)

April 18

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

May 5-8

Final Exams

(Thatcher Campus food service facilities close May 8 at 6 p.m.  Residence Halls close May 10 at 7 a.m.)

May 9

Commencement Ceremony - 7:30 p.m.

 

 

7/3/03 - The Fall 2004 and Spring 2005 semesters and Summer 2005 Term were added to the General Cataleog.


7/9/03 - The following was deleted from the catalog due to the dissolution of the Arizona Community College Board.

Arizona Community College Board Representatives

Joann Mortensen, Graham County
Dixie Zumwalt, Greenlee County


7/10/03 - Withdrawal from a Course section was revised. The original section follows. This section was previously updated 9/18/02.

Withdrawal from a Course

You are responsible for initiating and completing official withdrawals from classes from which you wish to withdraw through the Records and Registration Office. Withdrawal before the end of the registration period will result in the course not showing on your transcript. This is known as "Withdrawal Without Record." Withdrawal from a course after the close of registration will result in a grade of "W" - "Withdrawal With Record" - showing on your transcript. There is a different deadline for each type of course (semester-length, short-term, open entry/open exit and summer) that is taught at EAC. Please see the listing below for the exact deadlines. If you do not officially withdraw from a course, you may receive a failing grade. Instructors are authorized to withdraw you from courses for excessive unofficial absences, excessive tardiness, disruptive behavior, or inability to perform the required tasks.

Your failure to drop a class after registration, regardless of nonattendance or nonpayment, does not release you from the financial obligation incurred at the time of registration.  To ensure your registration is cancelled and the financial obligation to EAC reversed, you must withdraw from the course.  To completely remove your financial obligation for refundable fees, you must withdraw from the course during the open registration period for that course. If you incurred any nonrefundable fees, you will still be obligated to pay these fees. Instructors are not always obligated to withdraw you from their courses and you should not assume they will do so.

If you have received financial aid and withdraw from courses, please see the related link Return of Title IV Federal Student Aid Policy as to how this might affect you.

Semester-Length Courses - The last day for you to withdraw officially from a semester-length course and to receive a “W” grade for the Fall semester is October 15 of each year; in the event October 15 falls on a weekend, the effective date shall be the first Monday after October 15. The last day for you to withdraw officially from a course and to receive a “W” grade for the Spring semester is March 1 of each year; in the event March 1 falls on a weekend, the effective date shall be the first Monday after March 1.

The last day for an instructor to withdraw you officially from a semester-length course and to assign a “W” grade for the semester is two weeks prior to the last Friday before Final Exams.

Short-Term Courses - The last day for you to withdraw officially from a course that is less than one week and receive a “W” grade is the day before the course begins. The last day for you to withdraw officially from a one-week course and receive a “W” grade is the first day of the course. The last day for a student to withdraw officially from a two-week course and receive a “W” grade is the sixth calendar day of the course. The last day for a student to withdraw officially from a short-term course that is longer than two-weeks in length and receive a “W” grade is seven calendar days before the end of the course.

The last day for an instructor to withdraw you officially from these classes is the same as above.

Open Entry/Open Exit Courses - The last day for you to withdraw officially from an open entry/open exit course and receive a “W” grade for the course, and the last day for an instructor to withdraw a student officially from an open entry/open exit course and to assign a “W” grade for the course, shall be negotiated between the student and the instructor in advance of the first day of the course, and shall be subject to the approval of the Vice President of Student and Academic Affairs through the appropriate academic Dean(s). All students enrolling in open entry/open exit courses must fill out Withdrawal Agreement forms with the instructors of their courses. This form must be on file in the Records and Registration Office in order for a student to withdraw from an open entry/open exit course.

Summer Session Courses - The last day for you to withdraw officially from a course during a summer term and receive a “W” grade is the Friday of the fourth week of classes.

The last day for an instructor to withdraw you officially from these classes is the same as above.

7/10/03 - ECE 102 - Early Childhood Curriculum/Activities was revised to delete the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: Four hours per week of ECE employment or volunteer lab work required. ECE 102 was added 12/10/02.

7/10/03 - ECE 105 - Health, Safety and Nutrition was revised to delete the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: Two hours per week of ECE employment or volunteer work required. ECE 105 was added 12/10/02.

7/10/03 - ECE 110 - Infants and Toddlers Curriculum and Teaching was revised to delete the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: Two hours per week of ECE employment or volunteer work required. ECE 110 was added 12/10/02.

7/10/03 - ECE 120 - Guiding Children's Social Development and Behavior was revised to delete the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: Two hours per week of ECE employment or volunteer work required. ECE 120 was added 12/10/02.

7/28/03 - Tuition and Fees for 2002-2003 are stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

Tuition and Fees for 2002-2003

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

$394.00

$394.00

Books & Incidentals

300.00*

300.00*

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

1,790.00*

1,790.00*

Out-of-State Tuition

NA

2,060.00

TOTAL:

$2,484.00*

$4,544.00*

            *These are estimated costs and subject to annual change.

 

Refundable Tuition and Fees for 2002-2003

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

$119

$504

8

$174

$894

9

$229

$1284

10

$284

$1674

11

$339

$2064

12 & over

$394

$2454

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

$35

 

Nonrefundable Fees for 2002-2003

Allied Health:

 

   Nursing lab fee

$50 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

   Paramedic I/Paramedic II lab fee

$300 per term

   Paramedic transition lab fee

$528 per term

   Paramedic refresher lab fee

$75 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

International Student Admission Application Fee

$25

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.

The Arizona State Board of Directors for Community Colleges may change from time to time, without notice, all fees and charges levied by a state community college.


7/31/03 - The Summer Terms 2003 Academic Calendar is stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

Summer Terms 2003


Thatcher Campus and Graham and Greenlee County Locations

 

First Term

 

December 3, 2002

Registration and drop/add begins for Summer Terms

May 9 Suggested postmark to meet tuition and fee payment deadline

May 23

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

May 26

Memorial Day Holiday

May 27

Classes begin

May 28

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.

June 20

Last day to withdraw with a grade of "W"

June 23-27

Final Exams

Second Term

 

December 3, 2002

Registration and drop/add begins for Summer Terms

June 13 Suggested postmark to meet tuition and fee payment deadline

June 27

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

June 30

Classes begin

July 1

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

July 28-Aug 1

Final Exams


8/4/03 - EMT 201 - Intermediate Emergency Medical Technician I was revised to change the credits from 8 credits to 9 credits.


8/6/03 - Credit for Advanced Placement section was revised. The original section follows:

Credit for Advanced Placement

Testing and evaluation for Advanced Placement will be uniform throughout the District and shall be applied uniformly by divisions and individual instructors.

The following list shows the EAC credit awarded for specific advanced placement examinations

American History - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses HIS 101 and 102, a total of 6 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

Art (History) - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course ART 134, for 3 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Art (Studio) - With an AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5, the Art Department will evaluate your portfolio for possible credit. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Biology - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses BIO 181 and 182, a total of 8 credits. A score of 3 earns credit for BIO 181, for 4 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Chemistry - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses CHM 151 and 152, a total of 8 credits. A score of 3 earns credit for CHM 151, for 4 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Computer Science - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course CMP 104, for 3 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

English Literature/ Composition - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course ENG 101, for 3 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

English Language/ Composition - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses ENG 101 and 102, a total of 6 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

European History - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses HIS 104 and 105, a total of 6 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

French Language - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses FRE 101, 102, 201 and 202, a total of 16 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

German Language - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses GER 101, 102, 201 and 202, a total of 16 credits. A score of 2 earns credit for GER 101 and 102, a total of 8 credits. A score of 1 earns no credit.

Mathematics AB - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course MAT 210, for 4 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Mathematics BC - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course MAT 220, for 4 credits. A score of 2 earns credit for MAT 210, for 4 credits. A score of 1 earns no credit.

Music Literature - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course MUS 101, for 3 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Political Science: American Government and Politics - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course POS 110, for 3 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Physics B - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses PHY 111 and 112, a total of 8 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

Physics C-Electricity and Magnetism - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course PHY 212, for 5 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

Physics C-Mechanics - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course PHY 211, for 5 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

Spanish Language - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses SPA 101, 102, 201 and 202, a total of 16 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.


8/15/03 - EGR 233 - Mechanics of Materials was added.

8/15/03 - HPE 101AM - Beginning Varsity Golf I was added.

8/15/03 - HPE 102AM - Beginning Varsity Golf II was added.

8/15/03 - HPE 201AM - Advanced Varsity Golf I was added.

8/15/03 - HPE 202AM - Advanced Varsity Golf II was added.

8/15/03 - HPE 101AN - Beginning Varsity Tennis I was added.

8/15/03 - HPE 102AN - Beginning Varsity Tennis II was added.

8/15/03 - HPE 201AN - Advanced Varsity Tennis I was added.

8/15/03 - HPE 202AN - Advanced Varsity Tennis II was added.


8/27/03 - Phyllis Martin Lord Scholarship was added.


9/2/03 - AIS 108 - Keyboarding for Business I was added - replaced OFT 108.

9/2/03 - AIS 117 - Electronic Keyboarding I was added - replaced OFT 117.

9/2/03 - AIS 118 - Electronic Keyboarding II was added - replaced OFT 118.

9/2/03 - AIS 213A - Office Procedures/Records Management was added - replaced OFT 213A.

9/2/03 - AIS 213B - Office Procedures/Office Transcription was added - replaced OFT 213B.

9/2/03 - AIS 213C - Office Procedures/Electronic Office Equipment was added - replaced OFT 213C.

9/2/03 - AIS 214 - The Office Professional was added - replaced OFT 214.

9/2/03 - AIS 225 - Medical Transcription was added - replaced OFT 225.

9/2/03 - AIS 226 - Legal Transcription was added - replaced OFT 226.

9/2/03 - AIS 235H - Beginning Microsoft Word 2000 was added - replaced OFT 235H.

9/2/03 - AIS 235I - Intermediate Microsoft Word 2000 was added - replaced OFT 235I.

9/2/03 - AIS 235J - Advanced Microsoft Word 2000 was added - replaced OFT 235J.

9/2/03 - AIS 237 - Word Processing Applications was added - replaced OFT 237. OFT 237 was last modified 3/20/02.

9/2/03 - AIS 238 - Advanced Office Applications was added - replaced OFT 238. OFT 238 was last modified 3/20/02.

9/2/03 - AIS 239A - Multimedia/Electronic Task Management was added - replaced OFT 239A.

9/2/03 - AIS 239B - Multimedia/Digital Imaging was added - replaced OFT 239B.

9/2/03 - AIS 239C - Multimedia/Internet for Business was added - replaced OFT 239C.

9/2/03 - AIS 240 - Desktop Publishing was added - replaced OFT 240.

9/2/03 - AIS 241 - Integrated Business Projects was added - replaced OFT 241.


9/8/03 - Medical Assistant Certficate - 30704 was revised. The original version follows:

Medical Assistant

Certificate of Proficiency

30704

Advisor:
Mayuree Siripoon

This program prepares you for an entry-level position as a medical assistant. Emphasis is on preparation to perform both clerical duties and clinical duties in a medical office.

 The following entry proficiencies are recommended:

  • A ninth grade or higher reading level as determined by an EAC Placement Test or completion of ENG 100, Writing Fundamentals.
  • Mathematics skills at the MAT 077 level or higher as determined by an EAC Placement Test 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

 

HCE 130

Medical Assisting:  Administrative Competencies

4 credits

HCE 160

Medical Assisting:  Clinical Competencies

6 credits

HCE 170

Medical Assisting:  Externship

4 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

24 credits

 

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

9/8/03 - Medical Transcription Certficate - 30705 was revised. The original version follows:

Medical Transcription

Certificate of Proficiency

30705

Advisor:
Mayuree Siripoon

This program prepares you for an entry-level position as a medical transcriptionist. Emphasis is on the transcription of a wide variety of medical communications from machine dictation and an introduction to the terminology encountered in various medical specialties. A review of the language skills of punctuation, spelling, editing, proofreading, and vocabulary is stressed.

The following exit proficiencies are required:

  • EAC COMPASS writing placement score of 85 or higher entered into your student record or completion of ENG 100, Writing Fundamentals, or higher with a grade of "C" or better.
  • EAC COMPASS placement into MAT 077 or higher or completion of MAT 055, Basic Math, or higher with a grade of "C" or better.

 

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

 

HCE 225 or
OFT 225

Medical Transcription or
Medical Transcription

3 credits

OFT 237 or
OFT 238

Word Processing Applications
Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

16 credits

 

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

9/8/03 - Patient Care Technician Certficate - 30708 was revised. The original version follows:

Patient Care Technician

Certificate of Proficiency

30708

Advisor:
Mayuree Siripoon

This program will prepare you for an entry-level position as a patient care technician. Emphasis is on technical skills necessary to perform personal care to complex patients, implementation of selected portions of care plan including respiratory services, rehabilitation services, EKG, and phlebotomy under the supervision of registered nurses.

 The following entry proficiencies are recommended:

  • A ninth grade or higher reading level as determined by an EAC Placement Test or completion of ENG 100, Writing Fundamentals.
  • Mathematics skills at the MAT 077 level or higher as determined by an EAC Placement Test 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

 

HCE 180

Patient Care Technician

4 credits

HCE 186

Phlebotomy and Clinical Laboratory

2 credits

HCE 188

Electrocardiogram

2 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

18 credits

 

A grade of "C" or better in each course is required to receive an EAC certificate. 


9/9/03 - CMP 235H - Beginning Microsoft Word 2000 was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Designed to provide the student with an opportunity to cover and practice basic features of word processing using Microsoft Word 2000 software.  Identical to OFT 235H

9/9/03 - CMP 235I - Intermediate Microsoft Word 2000 was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: This course is designed to provide intermediate word processing skills to students with prior experience using microcomputers and Microsoft Word. It is recommended that the student key at a minimum rate of 25 words per minute.  Identical to OFT 235I.

9/9/03 - CMP 235J - Advanced Microsoft Word 2000 was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: This course is designed to provide advanced word processing skills to students with prior experience using microcomputers and Microsoft Word. It is recommended that the student have an intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word and key at a minimum rate of 25 words per minute.  Identical to OFT 235J.

9/9/03 - HCE 225 - Medical Transcription was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of medical terminology and medical report formats used in transcription from taped medical dictation.  Recommend keyboarding skills at 40 wpm. This course is identical to OFT 225.


9/15/03 - ENG 189 - Film as Literature I was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Literature and Film. ENG 189 was added 4/28/03.


9/18/03 - Administrative Information Services AAS Degree - 20114 was revised. The original version follows:

Office Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20114

Advisors:
Dana Barnett
Alice Irwin
Terry Jones

(See also Tech-Prep-Office Technology for a related AAS degree)

This program provides the twenty-first century office technology knowledge and skills needed for employment as an office professional.  The degree program prepares you for a career in positions such as administrative assistant, secretary, office specialist, office assistant, word processing specialist, accounting clerk, medical transcriptionist and legal secretary.

 

Curriculum Requirements

BUS 101

Fundamentals of Accounting

3 credits

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

2 credits

OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

OFT 213A

Office Procedures/Records Management

1 credit

OFT 213B

Office Procedures/Office Transcription

1 credit

OFT 213C

Office Procedures/Electronic Office Equipment

1 credit

OFT 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

OFT 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

OFT 238

Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

OFT 239A

Multimedia/Electronic Task Management

1 credit

OFT 239B

Multimedia/Digital Imaging

1 credit

OFT 239C

Multimedia/Internet for Business

1 credit

OFT 240

Desktop Publishing

2 credits

OFT 241

Integrated Business Projects (Prerequisite:  CMP 101 or CMP 103 and OFT 118 or OFT 217)

3 credits

 

Select 11 additional credits from the following:

AJS 101

Introduction to Administration of Justice

3 credits

ART 186

Introduction to Computer Graphics

3 credits

ART 188

Electronic Publishing

3 credits

BUA 101

Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUA 221

Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits

BUS 121

Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

4 credits

BUS 205

Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks (Prerequisites: BUS 101 or BUA 230 and BUA 250; and CMP 101 or CMP 103)

1 credit

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

CMP 110AA

Beginning Microsoft Access 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AB

Intermediate Microsoft Access 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AC

Advanced Microsoft Access 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AD

Beginning Microsoft PowerPoint 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AE

Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AF

Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110X

Beginning Microsoft Excel 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110Y

Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110Z

Advanced Microsoft Excel 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 114

Internet

2 credits

CMP 115A

Beginning Microsoft Windows XP

1/2 credit

CMP 115B

Intermediate Microsoft Windows XP

1/2 credit

CMP 115C

Advanced Microsoft Windows XP

1/2 credit

CMP 121

Visual Basic Programming I

3 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 170

Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications   (Prerequisite:  CMP 101 or CMP 103)

3 credits

CMP 244

Computer Applications I (Prerequisite:  CMP 101 or CMP 103)

3 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

COE 112

Cooperative Education II (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

OFT 102

Focus on Office Careers

3 credits

OFT 117

Electronic Keyboarding I

3 credits

OFT 123

Beginning Shorthand (offered in Gila County only)

4 credits

OFT 225
or HCE 225

Medical Transcription or
Medical Transcription

3 credits

OFT 226

Legal Transcription

3 credits

OFT 235H

Beginning Microsoft Word 2000

1/2 credit

OFT 235I

Intermediate Microsoft Word 2000

1/2 credit

OFT 235J

Advanced Microsoft Word 2000

1/2 credit

SBM 101

Sales and Customer Service

3 credits

SBM 111

Marketing

3 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

42 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

BUS 160 Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

Computers

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

3 credits

Mathematics

BUS 111 Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

 

An additional 6 credits, with no more than 2 credits in the Health and Physical Education category, are to be selected from the list of General Education courses

 

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.  

 

Electives Requirements

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of four credits of courses of your choice numbered 100 or above to obtain the 64 credits required.

 

Total Electives Requirements

4 credits

 

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.

 

9/18/03- Bookkeeping Certificate - 30104 was revised. The original version follows:

Bookkeeping

Certificate of Proficiency

30104

Advisor:
Mark Anderson

This certificate will prepare you for entry-level positions in bookkeeping and accounting.

 

Curriculum Requirements

BUS 101 or
BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Fundamentals of Accounting or
Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

3 credits
3 credits
1 credit

BUS 111

Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

BUS 205

Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks

1 credit

CMP 101 or
CMP 103

Introduction to Computers or
Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

OFT 117 or
OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding I or
Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

OFT 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

16 credits

 

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

 

9/18/03 - Business AAS Degree - 20105 was revised. The original version follows. Business AAS Degree was last modified 10/9/02.

Business

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20105

Advisors:
Mark Anderson
Kathleen Bailey

This degree provides you with a general business background.

 

Curriculum Requirements

BUA 101

Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUS 101 or
BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Fundamentals of Accounting or
Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

3 credits
3 credits
1 credit

BUA 221 or BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

Choose at least 26-27 additional credits from the following list to obtain the required 42 credits of Curriculum Requirements:

BUS 160

Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

CMP 101

Introduction to Computers

3 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 161 or

CMP 170

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel or
Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications

3 credits

CMP 244

Computer Applications I

3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

1 credit

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

COE 112

Cooperative Education II (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

OFT 117 or OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding I or
Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

OFT 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

OFT 235 or
OFT 236 or
OFT 237

Word Processing Applications I or
Word Processing Applications II or
Word Processing Applications

1 credit
1 credit
3 credits

SBM 111

Marketing

3 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

SBM 201

Small Business Management

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

42 credits

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 100 Writing Fundamentals or
ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

Mathematics

BUS 111 Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

An additional 12 credits, including at least one course from a GE category other than English or Mathematics, are to be selected from the list of General Education Courses. You may not exceed nine credits in any GE 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.  

 

Electives Requirements

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of four credits in courses of your choice numbered 100 or above to obtain the 64 credits required.

 

Total Electives Requirements

4 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the 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.

 

9/18/03 - Medical Transcription Certificate - 30705 was revised. The original version follows. Medical Transcription Certificate was last modified 9/8/03.

Medical Transcription

Certificate of Proficiency

30705

Advisor:
Mayuree Siripoon

This program prepares you for an entry-level position as a medical transcriptionist. Emphasis is on the transcription of a wide variety of medical communications from machine dictation and an introduction to the terminology encountered in various medical specialties. A review of the language skills of punctuation, spelling, editing, proofreading, and vocabulary is stressed.

The following exit proficiencies are required:

  • EAC COMPASS writing placement score of 85 or higher entered into your student record or completion of ENG 100, Writing Fundamentals, or higher with a grade of "C" or better.
  • EAC COMPASS placement into MAT 077 or higher or completion of MAT 055, Basic Math, or higher with a grade of "C" or better.

 

Curriculum Requirements

Health Care Education Core Requirements

HCE 100 or
NUR 100

Basic Health Care Concepts and Skills or
Nursing Assistant

4 or 6 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

10-12 credits

 

HCE 225 or
OFT 225

Medical Transcription or
Medical Transcription

3 credits

OFT 237 or
OFT 238

Word Processing Applications
Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

16-18 credits

 

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

 

9/18/03 - Office Assistant Certificate - 30116 was revised. The original version follows:

Office Assistant

Certificate of Proficiency

30116

Advisors:
Dana Barnett
Terry Jones

This certificate program provides basic training in office skills and business knowledge that is expected in the business world today.  The curriculum prepares you for positions such as clerk, receptionist or office assistant.

 

Curriculum Requirements

BUS 101 or
BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Fundamentals of Accounting or
Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

3 to 4 credits

BUS 111

Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

BUS 160

Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

CMP 101 or
CMP 103

Introduction to Computers or
Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

ENG 101

Written Communications I

3 credits

OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

OFT 213A

Office Procedures/Records Management

1 credit

OFT 213B

Office Procedures/Office Transcription

1 credit

OFT 213C

Office Procedures/Electronic Office Equipment

1 credit

OFT 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

OFT 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

OFT 238

Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

OFT 239A

Multimedia/Electronic Task Management

1 credit

OFT 240

Desktop Publishing

2 credits

OFT 241

Integrated Business Projects

3 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

39 credits

 

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

 

9/18/03 - Small Business Management AAS Degree - 20115 was revised. The original version follows:

Small Business Management

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20115

Advisor:
Mark Anderson

This Degree prepares you for a middle management career in retail, wholesale and industrial organizations as well as self-employment as a small business owner.

 

Curriculum Requirements

Small Business Management Requirements

SBM 101

Sales and Customer Service

3 credits

SBM 111

Marketing

3 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

SBM 201

Small Business Management

3 credits

SBM 202

Writing a Business Plan (Prerequisites:  CMP 101 or CMP 103 and prior or concurrent enrollment in SBM 201)

1 credit

 

Total Small Business
Management Requirements

13 credits

 

Select 30 additional credits from the following:

BUA 101

Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUS 101 or
BUA 230 and BUA 250

Fundamentals of Accounting or
Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

3 to 4 credits

BUA 221 or
BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

BUA 223

Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits

BUA 240

Uses of Accounting Information II

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUS 160

Communication for the Occupations (Prerequisite:  ENG 100 or higher)

3 credits

BUS 205

Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks

1 credit

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

CMP 101

Introduction to Computers

3 credits

CMP 110

Select courses with a cumulative minimum of 1 and a maximum of 2 credits from the range of courses beginning with CMP 110 through CMP 110AF.

1 to 2 credits

CMP 114

Internet

2 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 170

Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

1 credit

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

COE 112

Cooperative Education II (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

OFT 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

43 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

Mathematics

BUS 111 Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

 

Select 12 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.

 

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.

 

Electives Requirements

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of three credits of courses of your choice numbered 100 or above to obtain the 64 credits required.

 

Total Electives Requirements

3 credits

 

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.

 

9/18/03 - Small Business Proprietor Certificate - 30118 was revised. The original version follows:

Small Business Proprietor

Certificate of Proficiency

30118

Advisor:
Mark Anderson

This certificate will prepare you for careers in the middle management of retail, wholesale, and industrial organizations, or for self-employment.

 

Curriculum Requirements

BUS 101or
BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Fundamentals of Accounting or
Uses of Accounting Information I and

Introductory Accounting Lab

3 to 4 credits

BUA 221 or
BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUS 111

Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

BUS 205

Accounting Applications with Microcomputers (Prerequisites:  BUS 101 or BUA 250 and CMP 101 or CMP 103)

1 credit

CMP 101

Introduction to Computers

3 credits

OFT 117 or
OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding I or
Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

SBM 101

Sales and Customer Service

3 credits

SBM 111

Marketing

3 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

SBM 201

Small Business Management

3 credits

SBM 202

Writing a Business Plan (Prerequisites:  CMP 101 or CMP 103 and prior or concurrent enrollment in SBM 201)

1 credit

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

32 credits

 

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

 

9/18/03 - Tech-Prep Administrative Information Services AAS Degree - 20116 was revised. The original version follows.

Tech-Prep Office Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20116

Advisors:
Dana Barnett
Terry Jones

(See also Office Technology for a related AAS degree)

This degree is available to those students who satisfactorily complete the competencies in their high school's Tech-Prep program and have completed departmental entrance requirements.

If you have not completed your high school’s Tech Prep program, you must take the following EAC courses as curriculum prerequisites:

CMP 101

Introduction to Computers

3 credits

BUS 101

Fundamentals of Accounting

3 credits

OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

OFT 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

 

Total curriculum prerequisites for those without high school Tech Prep

12 credits

 

Curriculum Requirements

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

2 credits

OFT 213A

Office Procedures/Records Management

1 credit

OFT 213B

Office Procedures/Office Transcription

1 credit

OFT 213C

Office Procedures/Electronic Office Equipment

1 credit

OFT 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

OFT 238

Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

OFT 239A

Multimedia/Electronic Task Management

1 credit

OFT 239B

Multimedia/Digital Imaging

1 credit

OFT 239C

Multimedia/Internet for Business

1 credit

OFT 240

Desktop Publishing

2 credits

OFT 241

Integrated Business Projects (Prerequisite:  CMP 101 or CMP 103 and OFT 118 or OFT 217)

3 credits

 

Select additional courses from one of the five specialized areas listed below. If you took the four curriculum prerequisite courses above at EAC, you need to choose nine additional credits from the list below to obtain the 46 credits of curriculum requirements. If the four curriculum prerequisites were waived because you completed the Tech Prep requirements in your high school, you need to choose 21 additional credits to obtain the 46 credits.

 

Accounting Office Technology

BUA 101

Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

4 credits

BUA 240

Uses of Accounting Information II

3 credits

BUA 221 or
BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

BUS 205

Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks (Prerequisites: BUS 101 or BUA 230 and BUA 250; and CMP 101 or CMP 103)

1 credit

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

 

Administrative Office Technology

ART 186

Introduction to Computer Graphics

3 credits

ART 188

Electronic Publishing

3 credits

BUA 221 or
BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

 

Computers Office Technology

ART 186

Introduction to Computer Graphics

3 credits

ART 188

Electronic Publishing

3 credits

BUA 221 or
BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 170 or
CMP 205

Database Management with Microsoft Access or
Data Communications   (Prerequisite:  CMP 101 or CMP 103)

3 credits

CMP 230

Operating Systems II

3 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

CMP 115A

Beginning Microsoft Windows XP

1/2 credit

CMP 115B

Intermediate Microsoft Windows XP

1/2 credit

CMP 115C

Advanced Microsoft Windows XP

1/2 credit

CMP 110X

Beginning Microsoft Excel 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110Y

Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110Z

Advanced Microsoft Excel 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AA

Beginning Microsoft Access 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AB

Intermediate Microsoft Access 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AC

Advanced Microsoft Access 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AD

Beginning Microsoft PowerPoint 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AE

Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AF

Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2000

1/2 credit

 

Legal Office Technology

AJS 101

Introduction to Administration of Justice

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

ENG 102

Written Communications II

3 credits

OFT 226

Legal Transcription

3 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

 

Medical Office Technology

BIO 100 or
BIO 181

Biology Concepts or
General Biology I

4 credits

BIO 201

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

4 credits

OFT 225 or
HCE 225

Medical Transcription

3 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

46 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

BUS 160 Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

Mathematics

BUS 111 Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

Computers

CMP 103 Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

 

Select 6 additional credits from the list of General Education courses. Include at least one course from a category other than English or Computers. You may not exceed nine credits in any GE 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.

9/18/03 - Word Processing Specialist Certificate - 30121 was revised. The original version follows:

Word Processing Specialist

Certificate of Proficiency

30121

Advisors:
Dana Barnett
Terry Jones

Completion of this certificate will help you develop good keyboarding skills and become a specialist in one or more word processing software programs.

 

Curriculum Requirements

BUS 160

Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

CMP 101 or
CMP 103

Introduction to Computers or
Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications

3 credits

ENG 101

Written Communications I

3 credits

OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

OFT 213B

Office Procedures/Office Transcription

1 credit

OFT 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

OFT 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

OFT 238

Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

OFT 239A

Multimedia/Electronic Task Management

1 credit

OFT 239B

Multimedia/Digital Imaging

1 credit

OFT 239C

Multimedia/Internet for Business

1 credit

OFT 240

Desktop Publishing

2 credits

OFT 241

Integrated Business Projects

3 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

36 credits

 

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

 


9/26/03 - County Residency section was updated. The original version follows: County Residency:  Arizona residents from counties in which there is no established community college district (Apache, Gila, Greenlee, and Santa Cruz) may enroll in credit classes at Eastern Arizona College without payment of out-of-county charges, provided the student completes a properly executed Arizona Out-of-County Residence Affidavit at the time of registration.  General Tuition and Fees are still payable.

9/26/03 - The following paragraph was updated. The original version follows: If you are a resident of Apache, Gila, Greenlee, or Santa Cruz County in Arizona and you plan on enrolling in classes on the Thatcher Campus or at any other Graham County site, you need to complete an Out-of-County Residence Affidavit. The Affidavit form is available from the Records and Registration Office. We will be glad to mail the form to you.


9/29/03 - Arizona Automotive Service Association Scholarship was deleted. The Scholarship description follows: Must be pursuing a career in the automotive mechanic and/or auto body service industry and have a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Preference is given to a student who has been involved in VICA, Chrysler AAA Troubleshooting, or some other high school automotive program.

9/29/03 - College Park Student Scholarship was added.

9/29/03 - Clara Drobka Scholarship was revised. The original version follows: Catholic Daughters of the Americas Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to a deserving Catholic student, either a freshman or a returning sophomore. You must be enrolled in 12 or more hours and maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher. You must be a person of high moral character and integrity as determined by the Catholic Daughters of the Americas Education Board.

9/29/03 - Jesse and Betty De Vaney Scholarship was revised. The original version follows: Jesse U. De Vaney Scholarship. Awarded to a returning student majoring in Business Administration or Computer Science. Jesse U. De Vaney dedicated 37 years of service to Eastern Arizona College where he served as an instructor in Business Administration and later in administrative positions including Registrar and Dean of Admissions, Research and Development. The scholarship provides full annual tuition.

9/29/03 - Tony Bernstein Memorial Scholarship was updated. The original version follows: Awarded to an incoming Freshman or Sophomore attending Eastern Arizona College pursuing a degree in one of the natural sciences.  Recipient must be a full-time student with a prior 3.0 GPA.


9/30/03 - ART 263 - Firing Techniques I was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: Methods of firing-woodfire. Firing of pottery by using the ancient Japanese method of Unagama in which pottery is enhanced by the flame and melting ash in the firing, which lasts for approximately three days. The unique locally designed kiln will be fired fall semester during Thanksgiving weekend and spring semester during spring break.


10/3/03- MSP 299 - Independent Study was revised to change the credits from 1 to 3 credits to 1 to 4 credits.


10/15/03 - AIS 297 - Workshop was added.

10/15/03 - AIS 298 - Workshop was added.

10/15/03 - AIS 299 - Independent Study was added.

10/15/03 - OFT 102 - Focus on Office Careers was deleted. Course description: 3 credit, offered upon request, Activity/Personal Enrichment. A unique opportunity for potential business students to explore office careers in the Business Systems Career Pathway through a variety of instructional methods. Focuses on 21st century skills and trends in office technology and career exploration that will support career success.

10/15/03 - OFT 108 - Keyboarding for Business I was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, offered every fall and spring semester. This course is designed to teach the keyboard and basic keyboarding.

10/15/03 - OFT 117 - Electronic Keyboarding I was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered every fall and spring semester. This course introduces techniques of computer keyboarding with emphasis on touch control, speed, and accuracy.  Using a word processing program, the course also introduces the formats of reports, letters, memos, tables, and employment documents.

10/15/03 - OFT 118 - Electronic Keyboarding II was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered every fall and spring semester. After a comprehensive review of basic keyboarding principles with emphasis on improving speed and accuracy, students use a word processing program to produce a wide range of typical business correspondence, tables, reports, forms, and publications based on current office practices.  At least one semester of keyboarding is recommended.

10/15/03 - OFT 213A - Office Procedures/Records Management was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, offered every fall and spring semester, Activity/Personal Enrichment. One of the three office procedures modules designed to give the student real-world, hands-on experience while developing knowledge and skills necessary for work in the business office.  In this module, students will learn the basic principles and procedures of managing business records and documents using alphabetic, geographic, subject, chronological, and numeric filing systems.  Incorporates both manual and electronic methods of managing information and covers the records management process from creation to disposition.

10/15/03 - OFT 213B - Office Procedures/Office Transcription was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, offered every fall and spring semester. One of three office procedures modules designed to give the student real-world, hands-on experience while developing knowledge and skills necessary for work in the business office.  In this module, students develop skills in the use of transcribing equipment to produce mailable documents in various business entities, including the medical, legal, government, education, and general business field.  Emphasizes listening techniques, English fundamentals, proofreading, and proper formatting.  Keyboarding skill necessary.

10/15/03 - OFT 213C - Office Procedures/Electronic Office Equipment was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, offered every fall and spring semester, Activity/Personal Enrichment. One of three office procedures modules designed to give the student real-world, hands-on experience while developing knowledge and skills necessary for work in the business office.  In this module, students develop skills for operating electronic calculators, reprographics equipment, and communications equipment.  Students will develop the touch-method of calculating for a variety of business activities and will use the latest technology for reprographics and communications tasks.  Also includes equipment maintenance and troubleshooting.

10/15/03 - OFT 214 - The Office Professional was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered every fall and spring semester. Study and application of office procedures, skills, and responsibilities that reflect the technological changes, global influences and professionalism of the 21st century office professional.  Students will learn to be productive team members; behave ethically; process information via technology; communicate effectively; prepare travel, meeting, and financial documents; and lead and supervise others.

10/15/03 - OFT 225 - Medical Transcription was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered every fall and spring semester. This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of medical terminology and medical report formats used in transcription from taped medical dictation.  Recommend keyboarding skills of 40 wpm.  This course is identical to HCE 225.

10/15/03 - OFT 226 - Legal Transcription was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered every fall and spring semester. This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of legal terminology and legal report formats used in transcription from taped legal dictation.  Recommend keyboarding skills of 40 wpm.

10/15/03 - OFT 235 - Word Processing Applications I was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, offered upon request, Activity/Personal Enrichment. Designed to train the novice in the operation of a specific word processing soft-ware package which handles traditional typing tasks on personal computers. It is recommended that the student key at a minimum rate of 25 words per minute.

10/15/03 - OFT 235H - Beginning Microsoft Word 2000 was deleted. Course description: 1/2 credit, offered upon request. Designed to provide the student with an opportunity to cover and practice basic features of word processing using Microsoft Word 2000 software.  Identical to CMP 235H.

10/15/03 - OFT 235I - Intermediate Microsoft Word 2000 was deleted. Course description: 1/2 credit, offered upon request. This course is designed to provide intermediate word processing skills to students with prior experience using microcomputers and Microsoft Word. It is recommended that the student key at a minimum rate of 25 words per minute. Identical to CMP 235I.

10/15/03 - OFT 235J - Advanced Microsoft Word 2000 was deleted. Course description: 1/2 credit, offered upon request. This course is designed to provide advanced word processing skills to students with prior experience using microcomputers and Microsoft Word. It is recommended that the student have an intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word and key at a minimum rate of 25 words per minute. Identical to CMP 235J.

10/15/03 - OFT 236 - Word Processing Applications II was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, offered upon request, Activity/Personal Enrichment, prerequisite: OFT 235. Designed to provide the student with an opportunity to cover and practice intermediate features of word processing.

10/15/03 - OFT 237 - Word Processing Applications was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered every fall and spring semester. This course provides students with the opportunity to learn word processing for employment purposes or home use and to utilize a microcomputer as a word processor.  It is recommended that the student key at a minimum rate of 40 net words per minute. OFT 237 was modified 3/20/02.

10/15/03 - OFT 238 - Advanced Office Applications was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered every fall and spring semester, prerequisite: CMP 101 or CMP 103. In this project oriented course, students utilize advanced features of Word, Excel, and Access to create more advanced documents, workbooks, and databases suitable for professional and personal purposes.  Projects incorporate the use of graphics, merging, tables, macros, forms, templates, formulas and functions, lists, database relationships, and queries.  Students should be familiar with the fundamentals of the Microsoft Office Suite. OFT 238 was modified 3/20/02.

10/15/03 - OFT 239A - Multimedia/Electronic Task Management was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, offered every fall and spring semester. One of three multimedia modules designed to give students a higher level of office technology skills.  Using a Desktop Information Management (DIM) program, students will learn how to manage e-mail, organize schedules, maintain contact lists and to-do lists, and keep a log of computer tasks.  This module also includes integrating data to and from other applications.

10/15/03 - OFT 239B - Multimedia/Digital Imaging was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, offered every fall and spring semester. One of three multimedia modules designed to give students a higher level of office technology skills.  This module provides students with hands-on experience with digital imaging technology including scanners, digital cameras, and photo software.  Students must be familiar with basic desktop publishing techniques to complete projects.

10/15/03 - OFT 239C - Multimedia/Internet for Business was deleted. Course description: 1 credit, offered every fall and spring semester. One of three multimedia modules designed to give students a higher level of office technology skills.  In this module, students learn and apply the tools, language, and culture of the Internet.  Important ethical issues are addressed as individual and team Internet projects are completed.  Projects will include website design and research.

10/15/03 - OFT 240 - Desktop Publishing was deleted. Course description: 2 credits, offered every fall and spring semester. Emphasizes basic to intermediate skills in desktop publishing through a variety of modern, real-life activities using both desktop publishing and word processing software.  Students will develop skills in making design and typography decisions, handling multicolumn documents, inserting and editing graphics, and creating styles and charts.  Students will create a portfolio of business documents to demonstrate mastery.  Word processing skill is needed.

10/15/03 - OFT 241 - Integrated Business Projects was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, offered every fall and spring semester, prerequisite: CMP 101 or CMP 103 and OFT 118 or OFT 217. Reinforces the major office applications found in suite software--word processing, electronic presentations, spreadsheets, and databases.  Students use the applications software in real-world situations that show the significance of learning the software and that require decision-making and problem-solving skills.

10/15/03 - OFT 297 - Workshop was deleted. Course description: 1 to 6 credits, offered upon request, Activity/Personal Enrichment. Designed to meet a variety of needs for students in Office Technology.

10/15/03 - OFT 298 - Workshop was deleted. Course description: 1 to 3 credits, offered upon request, Activity/Personal Enrichment. Designed to meet a variety of needs for students in Office Technology.

10/15/03 - OFT 299 - Independent Study was deleted. Course description: 1 to 3 credits, offered upon request, Activity/Personal Enrichment. Design and execution of original projects under faculty supervision.

10/15/03 - SBM 261 - NxLevel Entrepreneurial Management was added.


10/16/03 - SPA 013 - Intermediate Conversational Spanish I was revised to remove the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: SPA 012.


11/6/03 - MAT 130 - Principles of Mathematics I was revised to change the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: Placement testing or equivalent.

11/6/03 - SPA 012 - Beginning Conversational Spanish II was revised to remove the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: SPA 011.

11/6/03 - SPA 261 - Spanish Conversation and Composition I was revised to remove the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: SPA 202.


11/17/03 - ANT 202 - World Area Studies was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, GE category: Social Science, offered every spring semester. Surveys three foreign cultures of global importance using an anthropological framework of analysis. Currently includes study of Japan, Central America, and the Islamic world.

11/17/03 - ANT 211 - Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective was added.

11/17/03 - Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate - 30711 was added.

11/17/03 - EMT 203 - Intermediate Emergency Medical Technician III was added.

11/17/03 - EMT 280 - National Registry Preparatory was added.

11/17/03 - Approved Electives section was updated. The original version follows:

Approved Electives

EAC degree programs that are designed to transfer to all of Arizona’s public universities require you to select your electives from the following lists of courses. The information in these lists is taken from the Arizona Higher Education Course Equivalency Guide (CEG).  Additional detailed information is available there.

Select courses from the list for the academic year in which you will be taking the class. For example, if you are planning to take ART 101 as an elective in the 2001-2002 academic year it must be included on the list of approved electives for 2001-2002. Only courses on the approved list for the academic year in which you take the class can be counted toward degree completion.

1998-1999 Approved Courses

1999-2000 Approved Courses

2000-2001 Approved Courses  

2001-2002 Approved Courses  Select the Eastern - Elective or Better Report

 

1998-1999 Approved Electives

Agriculture

AGR 102 Animal Industry
AGR 135 Conservation & Natural Resources
AGR 180 Intro to Meat Processing
AGR 200 Soils
AGR 297 Workshop

Administration of Justice

AJS 101 Intro to Administration of Justice
AJS 102 Criminal Law I
AJS 126 Juvenile Procedures
AJS 130 Intro to Corrections
AJS 202 Substantive Criminal Law
AJS 220 Procedural Criminal Law
AJS 225 Crime and Delinquency
AJS 270 Evidence
AJS 280 Community Relations
AJS 282 Supervision & Mngmnt Crim Jus

Anthropology

ANT 101 Intro to Physical Anthropology
ANT 102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology
ANT 110 Mexican-American Culture
ANT 120 Indian-American Culture
ANT 202 World Area Studies
ANT 210 Archaeology of the Southwest
ANT 220 Principles of Archaeology
ANT 222 Buried Cities & Lost Tribes
ANT 299 Independent Study

Apache

APA 101 Apache Language I
APA 102 Apache Language II

Art

ART 101 Fundamentals of Design
ART 102 Color and Design
ART 111 Drawing
ART 114 Figure Drawing
ART 126 Glass Design
ART 128 Beginning Photography
ART 133 World Art I
ART 134 World Art II
ART 145 Beginning Watercolor I
ART 146 Beginning Watercolor II
ART 147 Beginning Oil Painting I
ART 148 Beginning Oil Painting II
ART 151 Beginning Sculpture I
ART 152 Beginning Sculpture II
ART 161 Beginning Ceramics I
ART 162 Beginning Ceramics II
ART 171 Beginning Crafts I
ART 172 Beginning Crafts II
ART 173 Beginning Jewelry I
ART 174 Beginning Jewelry II
ART 178 Beginning Lapidary I
ART 179 Beginning Lapidary II
ART 180 Lettering
ART 181 Advertising Design I
ART 182 Advertising Design II
ART 186 Intro to Computer Graphics
ART 188 Electronic Publishing
ART 189 Typography & Typesetting
ART 190 Beginning Fibers I
ART 191 Beginning Fibers II
ART 216 Illustration I
ART 217 Illustration II
ART 228 Intermediate Photography
ART 245 Intermediate Water Color I
ART 246 Intermediate Water Color II
ART 247 Intermediate Oil Painting I
ART 248 Intermediate Oil Painting II
ART 251 Intermediate Sculpture I
ART 252 Intermediate Sculpture II
ART 261 Intermediate Ceramics I
ART 262 Intermediate Ceramics II
ART 263 Firing Techniques I
ART 264 Firing Techniques II
ART 271 Intermediate Crafts I
ART 272 Intermediate Crafts II
ART 273 Intermediate Jewelry I
ART 274 Intermediate Jewelry II
ART 278 Lapidary III
ART 279 Lapidary IV
ART 280 Lettering II
ART 285 Printmaking
ART 289 Portfolio Development
ART 290 Intermediate Fibers I
ART 291 Intermediate Fibers II
ART 297 Workshop
ART 298 Workshop
ART 299 Independent Study

Biology

BIO 100 Biology Concepts
BIO 105 Environmental Biology
BIO 160 Intro to Human Anatomy & Phys
BIO 181 General Biology I
BIO 182 General Biology II
BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Phys I
BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Phys II
BIO 205 Microbiology
BIO 298 Workshop
BIO 299 Independent Study

Business Administration

BUA 101 Introduction to Business
BUA 221 Principles of Macroeconomics
BUA 223 Principles of Microeconomics
BUA 230 Uses of Accounting Information I
BUA 240 Uses of Accounting Information II
BUA 245 Legal Environment of Business
BUA 250 Introductory Accounting Lab
BUA 297 Workshop
BUA 298 Workshop
BUA 299 Independent Study

Business

BUS 121 Fundamentals of Economics
BUS 142 Principles of Real Estate II
BUS 160 Communications for Occupations
BUS 251 Human Relations
BUS 264 Intro to Supervision
BUS 265 Intermediate Supervision
BUS 266 Effective Supervision
BUS 297 Workshop
BUS 298 Workshop
BUS 299 Independent Study

Chemistry

CHM 130 Fundamental Chemistry
CHM 151 General Chemistry I
CHM 152 General Chemistry II
CHM 230 Fundamental Organic Chemistry
CHM 235 General Organic Chemistry I
CHM 236 General Organic Chemistry II
CHM 298 Workshop
CHM 299 Independent Study

Computer Science

CMP 103 Intro to Computer Based Systems
CMP 104 Intro to Computer Science I
CMP 105 Intro to Computer Science II
CMP 110 Current Applications
CMP 121 Basic Programming I
CMP 123 Pascal Programming
CMP 130 Computer Programming I
CMP 161 Electronic Spreadsheet
CMP 201 Systems and Procedures
CMP 205 Data Communications
CMP 210 Fortran
CMP 221 Cobol I
CMP 222 Cobol II
CMP 244 Computer Applications I
CMP 245 Computer Applications II
CMP 297 Workshop
CMP 298 Workshop

Dance

DAN 103 Beginning Ballroom Dance I
DAN 104 Beginning Ballroom Dance II
DAN 110 Beginning Folk Dance I
DAN 111 Beginning Folk Dance II
DAN 112 Beginning Square Dance I
DAN 113 Beginning Square Dance II
DAN 114 Beginning Western Dance I
DAN 115 Beginning Western Dance II
DAN 120 Beginning Modern Dance I
DAN 121 Beginning Modern Dance II
DAN 122 Beginning Jazz Dance I
DAN 123 Beginning Jazz Dance II
DAN 130 Beginning Tap Dance I
DAN 131 Beginning Tap Dance II
DAN 132 Beginning Ballet I
DAN 133 Beginning Ballet II
DAN 150 Beginning Theatre Dance I
DAN 151 Beginning Theatre Dance II
DAN 203 Intermediate Ballroom Dance I
DAN 204 Intermediate Ballroom Dance II
DAN 210 Intermediate Folk Dance I
DAN 211 Intermediate Folk Dance II
DAN 212 Intermediate Square Dance I
DAN 213 Intermediate Square Dance II
DAN 214 Intermediate Western Dance I
DAN 215 Intermediate Western Dance II
DAN 220 Intermediate Modern Dance I
DAN 221 Intermediate Modern Dance II
DAN 222 Intermediate Jazz Dance I
DAN 223 Intermediate Jazz Dance II
DAN 230 Intermediate Tap Dance I
DAN 231 Intermediate Tap Dance II
DAN 232 Intermediate Ballet I
DAN 233 Intermediate Ballet II
DAN 240 Dance Repertory
DAN 250 Intermediate Theatre Dance I
DAN 251 Intermediate Theatre Dance II
DAN 281 Dance Composition
DAN 299 Independent Study

Drafting Principles

DRF 271 Comp Aided Drafting-Adv Auto

Early Childhood Development

ECD 101 Env Design Early Childhood
ECD 111 Plan Early Childhood Programs
ECD 121 Observing Young Children
ECD 131 Family and Early Childhood Ed
ECD 141 Enhancing Intellectual Develop
ECD 142 Enhancing Intellectual Develop
ECD 151 Family Child Care Business
ECD 161 Creat Express Early Child
ECD 171 Enhancing Physical Development
ECD 181 Meet Spec Lang&Culture Needs
ECD 191 Crafts Early Chldhd Set
ECD 210 Enhancing Personal Development
ECD 220 Management Funct Operation
ECD 297 Workshop
ECD 298 Workshop
ECD 299 Independent Study

Education

EDU 200 Introduction to Education
EDU 250 The Community College in AZ

Engineering

EGR 210 Computer Programming
EGR 250 Plane Surveying

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I
ENG 102 Written Communications II
ENG 106 Inter Eng as a Second Language
ENG 110 Composition Skills I
ENG 111 Composition Skills II
ENG 131 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENG 161 Power Vocabulary
ENG 201 World Literature I
ENG 202 World Literature II
ENG 218 Writing About Literature
ENG 221 English Literature I
ENG 222 English Literature II
ENG 232 Poetry Writing
ENG 233 Advanced Poetry Writing
ENG 234 Short Story Writing
ENG 235 Independent Writing: Poetry
ENG 236 Independent Writing: Fiction
ENG 237 Independent Writing: Nonfiction
ENG 238 Summer Reading I
ENG 239 Summer Reading II
ENG 241 American Literature
ENG 242 American Literature
ENG 260 Tech Report Writing
ENG 281 Children's Literature
ENG 290 Sign Language I
ENG 291 Sign Language II
ENG 299 Independent Study

Family & Consumer Resources

FCR 171 Child Development
FCR 241 Nutrition
FCR 281 Children's Literature
FCR 297 Workshop
FCR 299 Independent Study

French

FRE 101 Elementary French I
FRE 102 Elementary French II
FRE 201 Intermediate French I
FRE 202 Intermediate French II
FRE 261 French Conv and Comp I
FRE 262 French Conv and Comp II
FRE 298 Workshop
FRE 299 Independent Study

German

GER 101 Elementary German I
GER 102 Elementary German II
GER 201 Intermediate German I
GER 202 Intermediate German II
GER 261 German Conv and Comp
GER 298 Workshop
GER 299 Independent Study

Geology

GLG 101 Physical Geology
GLG 102 Historical Geology
GLG 118 Geology of Arizona
GLG 298 Workshop
GLG 299 Independent Study

History

HIS 101 U.S. History I
HIS 102 U.S. History II
HIS 104 Western Civilization I
HIS 105 Western Civilization
HIS 210 The American West
HIS 250 Arizona History
HIS 298 Workshop
HIS 299 Independent Study

Health, P.E. & Recreation

HPE 100 Personal Health
HPE 101 Beginning Physical Activities I
HPE 102 Beginning Physical Activities II
HPE 104 Phys Cond & Assessment I
HPE 105 Phys Cond & Assessment II
HPE 165 Theory & Prac of Baseball
HPE 167 Theory & Prac of Softball
HPE 170 Lifeguard Training
HPE 172 Water Safety Instruction
HPE 190 First Aid
HPE 201 Advanced Physical Activities I
HPE 202 Advanced Physical Activities II
HPE 220 Prof Act I
HPE 221 Prof Act II
HPE 222 Prof Act III
HPE 223 Prof Act IV
HPE 262A Officiating: Volleyball
HPE 262B Officiating: Basketball
HPE 262C Officiating: Basketball/Softball
HPE 270 Introduction to Sports Medicine
HPE 298 Workshop
HPE 299 Independent Study

Mathematics

MAT 130 Principles of Mathematics I
MAT 134 Introduction to Statistics
MAT 135 Principles of Mathematics II
MAT 140 College Mathematics
MAT 150 Principles of Mathematics I
MAT 154 College Algebra
MAT 155 Principles of Mathematics II
MAT 159 Plane Trigonometry
MAT 160 Introduction to Statistics
MAT 170 Finite Mathematics
MAT 171 Finite Mathematics
MAT 181 Plane Trigonometry
MAT 210 Elements of Calculus
MAT 220 Calculus
MAT 230 Calculus II
MAT 240 Calculus III
MAT 260 Differential Equations
MAT 298 Workshop
MAT 299 Independent Study

Music

MUS 101 World of Music
MUS 102 Music Fundamentals
MUS 105 Music Theory I
MUS 106 Music Theory II
MUS 107 Aural Perception I
MUS 108 Aural Perception II
MUS 109 Reading Band I
MUS 111 Marching Band I
MUS 115 Concert Band I
MUS 117 Class Inst in Brass I
MUS 118 Class Inst in Brass II
MUS 119 Class Inst Woodwinds I
MUS 120 Class Inst Woodwinds II
MUS 121 Class Inst Percussion
MUS 123 Class Inst in Strings I
MUS 124 Class Inst in Strings II
MUS 125 Jazz Ensemble I
MUS 126 Jazz Ensemble II
MUS 129 Women's Chorale I
MUS 130 Women's Chorale II
MUS 133 Symphonic Choir I
MUS 134 Symphonic Choir II
MUS 135 Vocal Show Ensemble II
MUS 136 A Cappella Choir I
MUS 137 A Cappella Choir II
MUS 138 Class Instruction in Voice
MUS 139 Vocal Show Ensemble II
MUS 140 Chamber Music I
MUS 142 Symphonic Band I
MUS 143 Symphonic Band II
MUS 151 Symphony Orchestra I
MUS 152 Symphony Orchestra II
MUS 153 Beginning Guitar
MUS 155 Class Piano I
MUS 156 Class Piano II
MUS 161 Private Voice II
MUS 162 Private Voice III
MUS 171 Private Piano II
MUS 172 Private Piano III
MUS 181 Private Instrument II
MUS 182 Private Instrument III
MUS 183 Private Strings II
MUS 184 Private Strings III
MUS 190 Vocal Jazz Ensemble I
MUS 191 Vocal Jazz Ensemble II
MUS 203 Music Notation/Finale
MUS 204 Elements of Conducting
MUS 205 Music Theory III
MUS 206 Music Theory IV
MUS 209 Reading Band II
MUS 211 Marching Band II
MUS 215 Concert Band II
MUS 225 Jazz Ensemble III
MUS 226 Jazz Ensemble IV
MUS 229 Women's Chorale III
MUS 230 Women's Chorale IV
MUS 233 Symphonic Choir III
MUS 234 Symphonic Choir IV
MUS 235 Vocal Show Ensemble III
MUS 236 A Cappella Choir III
MUS 237 A Cappella Choir IV
MUS 239 Vocal Show Ensemble IV
MUS 242 Symphonic Band III
MUS 243 Symphonic Band IV
MUS 251 Symphony Orchestra III
MUS 252 Symphony Orchestra IV
MUS 255 Class Piano III
MUS 256 Class Piano IV
MUS 261 Private Voice IV
MUS 262 Private Voice V
MUS 271 Private Piano IV
MUS 272 Private Piano V
MUS 281 Private Instrument IV
MUS 282 Private Instrument V
MUS 283 Private Strings IV
MUS 284 Private Strings V
MUS 290 Vocal Jazz Ensemble III
MUS 291 Vocal Jazz Ensemble IV
MUS 298 Workshop
MUS 299 Independent Study

Office Education

OFT 235 Word Processing App I
OFT 236 Word Processing App II
OFT 238 Adv Word Processing App

Philosophy

PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 298 Workshop

Physical Science

PHY 101 Intro to Astronomy
PHY 102 Intro to Astronomy - Lab
PHY 103 Intro to Astronomy
PHY 107 Physical Concepts
PHY 111 General Physics I
PHY 112 General Physics II
PHY 211 Physics With Calculus I
PHY 212 Physics With Calculus II

Political Science

POS 100 Introduction to Political Science
POS 110 U.S. National Politics
POS 220 U.S. & AZ Constitution
POS 221 AZ Constitution and Gov
POS 298 Workshop
POS 299 Independent Study

Psychology

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 220 Introduction to Statistics
PSY 230 Social Psychology
PSY 250 Development Psychology
PSY 270 Experimental Psychology
PSY 299 Independent Study

Small Business (Mid) Management

SBM 101 Selling Techniques
SBM 111 Marketing
SBM 201 Small Business Management
SBM 297 Workshop
SBM 298 Workshop
SBM 299 Independent Study

Sociology

SOC 101 Intro to Sociology
SOC 110 Sociology of Marriage and Family
SOC 201 Social Problems
SOC 230 Introduction to Social Welfare
SOC 298 Workshop
SOC 299 Independent Study

Spanish

SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPA 261 Spanish Conversation & Comp I
SPA 262 Spanish Conversation & Comp II
SPA 298 Workshop
SPA 299 Independent Study

Speech and Drama

SPC 100 Introduction to Human Comm
SPC 150 Oral Interpretation
SPC 201 Public Speaking
SPC 298 Workshop
SPC 299 Independent Study

Theatre

THC 103 Introduction to Motion Picture
THC 105 Introduction to Drama
THC 110 Acting I
THC 111 Acting II
THC 120 Theatre Workshop I
THC 121 Theatre Workshop II
THC 140 Stage Costume I
THC 141 Stage Costume II
THC 160 Repertory Acting Co I
THC 161 Repertory Acting Co II
THC 200 Theatre History I
THC 201 Theatre History II
THC 203 Princpl of Dramatic Strctr
THC 205 Musical Theatre I
THC 210 Acting III
THC 211 Acting IV
THC 230 Stage Makeup
THC 231 Stagecraft
THC 236 Intro to Scene Design
THC 298 Workshop
THC 299 Independent Study

1999-2000 Approved Electives

Agriculture

AGR 102 Animal Industry
AGR 135 Conservation & Natural Resources
AGR 180 Intro to Meat Processing
AGR 200 Soils
AGR 297 Workshop

Administration of Justice

AJS 101 Intro to Administration of Justice
AJS 102 Criminal Law I
AJS 126 Juvenile Procedures
AJS 130 Intro to Corrections
AJS 202 Substantive Criminal Law
AJS 220 Procedural Criminal Law 
AJS 225 Crime and Delinquency
AJS 270 Evidence
AJS 280 Community Relations
AJS 282 Supervision & Mngmnt Crim Jus

Anthropology

ANT 101 Intro to Physical Anthropology
ANT 102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology
ANT 110 Mexican-American Culture
ANT 120 Indian-American Culture
ANT 202 World Area Studies
ANT 210 Archaeology of the Southwest
ANT 220 Principles of Archaeology
ANT 222 Buried Cities & Lost Tribes
ANT 299 Independent Study

Apache

APA 101 Apache Language I
APA 102 Apache Language II

Art

ART 101 Fundamentals of Design
ART 102 Color and Design
ART 111 Drawing
ART 114 Figure Drawing
ART 126 Glass Design
ART 128 Beginning Photography
ART 133 World Art I
ART 134 World Art II
ART 145 Beginning Watercolor I
ART 146 Beginning Watercolor II
ART 147 Beginning Oil Painting I
ART 148 Beginning Oil Painting II
ART 151 Beginning Sculpture I
ART 152 Beginning Sculpture II
ART 161 Beginning Ceramics I
ART 162 Beginning Ceramics II
ART 171 Beginning Crafts I
ART 172 Beginning Crafts II
ART 173 Beginning Jewelry I
ART 174 Beginning Jewelry II
ART 178 Beginning Lapidary I
ART 179 Beginning Lapidary II
ART 180 Lettering
ART 181 Advertising Design I
ART 182 Advertising Design II
ART 186 Intro to Computer Graphics
ART 188 Electronic Publishing
ART 189 Typography & Typesetting
ART 190 Beginning Fibers I
ART 191 Beginning Fibers II
ART 216 Illustration I
ART 217 Illustration II
ART 228 Intermediate Photography
ART 245 Intermediate Water Color I
ART 246 Intermediate Water Color II
ART 247 Intermediate Oil Painting I
ART 248 Intermediate Oil Painting II
ART 251 Intermediate Sculpture I
ART 252 Intermediate Sculpture II
ART 261 Intermediate Ceramics I
ART 262 Intermediate Ceramics II
ART 263 Firing Techniques I
ART 264 Firing Techniques II
ART 271 Intermediate Crafts I
ART 272 Intermediate Crafts II
ART 273 Intermediate Jewelry I
ART 274 Intermediate Jewelry II
ART 278 Lapidary III
ART 279 Lapidary IV
ART 280 Lettering II
ART 285 Printmaking
ART 289 Portfolio Development
ART 290 Intermediate Fibers I
ART 291 Intermediate Fibers II
ART 297 Workshop
ART 298 Workshop
ART 299 Independent Study

Biology

BIO 100 Biology Concepts
BIO 105 Environmental Biology
BIO 160 Intro to Human Anatomy & Phys
BIO 181 General Biology I 
BIO 182 General Biology II 
BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Phys I
BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Phys II
BIO 205 Microbiology
BIO 298 Workshop
BIO 299 Independent Study

Business Administration

BUA 101 Introduction to Business
BUA 221 Principles of Macroeconomics
BUA 223 Principles of Microeconomics
BUA 230 Uses of Accounting Information I
BUA 240 Uses of Accounting Information II
BUA 245 Legal Environment of Business
BUA 250 Introductory Accounting Lab
BUA 297 Workshop
BUA 298 Workshop
BUA 299 Independent Study

Business

BUS 121 Fundamentals of Economics
BUS 142 Principles of Real Estate II
BUS 160 Communications for Occupations
BUS 251 Human Relations
BUS 264 Intro to Supervision 
BUS 265 Intermediate Supervision 
BUS 266 Effective Supervision 
BUS 297 Workshop
BUS 298 Workshop
BUS 299 Independent Study

Chemistry

CHM 130 Fundamental Chemistry
CHM 151 General Chemistry I
CHM 152 General Chemistry II
CHM 230 Fundamental Organic Chemistry
CHM 235 General Organic Chemistry I
CHM 236 General Organic Chemistry II
CHM 298 Workshop
CHM 299 Independent Study

Computer Science

CMP 103 Intro to Computer Based Systems
CMP 104 Intro to Computer Science I
CMP 105 Intro to Computer Science II
CMP 110 Current Applications
CMP 121 Basic Programming I
CMP 123 Pascal Programming
CMP 130 Computer Programming I
CMP 161 Electronic Spreadsheet
CMP 201 Systems and Procedures
CMP 205 Data Communications
CMP 210 Fortran
CMP 221 Cobol I
CMP 222 Cobol II
CMP 244 Computer Applications I
CMP 245 Computer Applications II
CMP 297 Workshop
CMP 298 Workshop

Dance

DAN 103 Beginning Ballroom Dance I
DAN 104 Beginning Ballroom Dance II
DAN 110 Beginning Folk Dance I
DAN 111 Beginning Folk Dance II
DAN 112 Beginning Square Dance I
DAN 113 Beginning Square Dance II
DAN 114 Beginning Western Dance I
DAN 115 Beginning Western Dance II
DAN 120 Beginning Modern Dance I
DAN 121 Beginning Modern Dance II
DAN 122 Beginning Jazz Dance I
DAN 123 Beginning Jazz Dance II
DAN 130 Beginning Tap Dance I
DAN 131 Beginning Tap Dance II
DAN 132 Beginning Ballet I
DAN 133 Beginning Ballet II
DAN 150 Beginning Theatre Dance I
DAN 151 Beginning Theatre Dance II
DAN 203 Intermediate Ballroom Dance I
DAN 204 Intermediate Ballroom Dance II
DAN 210 Intermediate Folk Dance I
DAN 211 Intermediate Folk Dance II
DAN 212 Intermediate Square Dance I
DAN 213 Intermediate Square Dance II
DAN 214 Intermediate Western Dance I
DAN 215 Intermediate Western Dance II
DAN 220 Intermediate Modern Dance I
DAN 221 Intermediate Modern Dance II
DAN 222 Intermediate Jazz Dance I
DAN 223 Intermediate Jazz Dance II
DAN 230 Intermediate Tap Dance I
DAN 231 Intermediate Tap Dance II
DAN 232 Intermediate Ballet I
DAN 233 Intermediate Ballet II
DAN 240 Dance Repertory
DAN 250 Intermediate Theatre Dance I
DAN 251 Intermediate Theatre Dance II
DAN 281 Dance Composition
DAN 299 Independent Study

Drafting Principles

DRF 271 Comp Aided Drafting-Adv Auto

Early Childhood Development

ECD 101 Env Design Early Childhood
ECD 111 Plan Early Childhood Programs
ECD 121 Observing Young Children
ECD 131 Family and Early Childhood Ed
ECD 141 Enhancing Intellectual Develop
ECD 142 Enhancing Intellectual Develop
ECD 151 Family Child Care Business
ECD 161 Creat Express Early Child
ECD 171 Enhancing Physical Development
ECD 181 Meet Spec Lang&Culture Needs
ECD 191 Crafts Early Chldhd Set
ECD 210 Enhancing Personal Development
ECD 220 Management Funct Operation
ECD 297 Workshop
ECD 298 Workshop
ECD 299 Independent Study

Education

EDU 200 Introduction to Education
EDU 250 The Community College in AZ

Engineering

EGR 210 Computer Programming
EGR 250 Plane Surveying

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I
ENG 102 Written Communications II
ENG 106 Inter Eng as a Second Language 
ENG 110 Composition Skills I
ENG 111 Composition Skills II
ENG 131 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENG 161 Power Vocabulary
ENG 201 World Literature I
ENG 202 World Literature II
ENG 218 Writing About Literature
ENG 221 English Literature I
ENG 222 English Literature II
ENG 232 Poetry Writing
ENG 233 Advanced Poetry Writing
ENG 234 Short Story Writing
ENG 235 Independent Writing: Poetry
ENG 236 Independent Writing: Fiction
ENG 237 Independent Writing: Nonfiction
ENG 241 American Literature
ENG 242 American Literature
ENG 260 Tech Report Writing
ENG 281 Children's Literature
ENG 290 Sign Language I
ENG 291 Sign Language II
ENG 299 Independent Study

Family & Consumer Resources

FCR 171 Child Development
FCR 241 Nutrition
FCR 281 Children's Literature
FCR 297 Workshop
FCR 299 Independent Study

French

FRE 101 Elementary French I
FRE 102 Elementary French II
FRE 201 Intermediate French I
FRE 202 Intermediate French II
FRE 261 French Conv and Comp I
FRE 262 French Conv and Comp II
FRE 298 Workshop
FRE 299 Independent Study

German

GER 101 Elementary German I
GER 102 Elementary German II
GER 201 Intermediate German I
GER 202 Intermediate German II
GER 261 German Conv and Comp
GER 298 Workshop
GER 299 Independent Study

Geology

GLG 101 Physical Geology
GLG 102 Historical Geology
GLG 118 Geology of Arizona
GLG 298 Workshop
GLG 299 Independent Study

History

HIS 101 U.S. History I
HIS 102 U.S. History II
HIS 104 Western Civilization I
HIS 105 Western Civilization
HIS 210 The American West
HIS 250 Arizona History
HIS 298 Workshop
HIS 299 Independent Study



Health, P.E. & Recreation

HPE 100 Personal Health
HPE 101 Beginning Physical Activities I
HPE 102 Beginning Physical Activities II
HPE 104 Phys Cond & Assessment I
HPE 105 Phys Cond & Assessment II
HPE 165 Theory & Prac of Baseball
HPE 167 Theory & Prac of Softball
HPE 170 Lifeguard Training
HPE 172 Water Safety Instruction
HPE 190 First Aid
HPE 201 Advanced Physical Activities I
HPE 202 Advanced Physical Activities II
HPE 220 Prof Act I
HPE 221 Prof Act II
HPE 222 Prof Act III
HPE 223 Prof Act IV
HPE 262A Officiating: Volleyball
HPE 262B Officiating: Basketball
HPE 262C Officiating: Basketball/Softball
HPE 270 Introduction to Sports Medicine
HPE 298 Workshop
HPE 299 Independent Study

Mathematics

MAT 130 Principles of Mathematics I
MAT 134 Introduction to Statistics
MAT 135 Principles of Mathematics II
MAT 140 College Mathematics
MAT 150 Principles of Mathematics I
MAT 154 College Algebra
MAT 155 Principles of Mathematics II
MAT 159 Plane Trigonometry
MAT 160 Introduction to Statistics
MAT 170 Finite Mathematics
MAT 171 Finite Mathematics
MAT 181 Plane Trigonometry
MAT 210 Elements of Calculus
MAT 220 Calculus
MAT 230 Calculus II
MAT 240 Calculus III
MAT 260 Differential Equations
MAT 298 Workshop
MAT 299 Independent Study

Music

MUS 101 World of Music
MUS 102 Music Fundamentals
MUS 105 Music Theory I
MUS 106 Music Theory II
MUS 107 Aural Perception I
MUS 108 Aural Perception II
MUS 111 Marching Band I
MUS 117 Class Inst in Brass I
MUS 118 Class Inst in Brass II
MUS 119 Class Inst Woodwinds I
MUS 120 Class Inst Woodwinds II
MUS 121 Class Inst Percussion
MUS 123 Class Inst in Strings I
MUS 124 Class Inst in Strings II
MUS 125 Jazz Ensemble I
MUS 126 Jazz Ensemble II
MUS 129 Women's Chorale I
MUS 130 Women's Chorale II
MUS 133 Symphonic Choir I
MUS 134 Symphonic Choir II
MUS 135 Vocal Show Ensemble II
MUS 136 A Cappella Choir I
MUS 137 A Cappella Choir II
MUS 138 Class Instruction in Voice
MUS 139 Vocal Show Ensemble II
MUS 140 Chamber Music I
MUS 142 Symphonic Band I
MUS 143 Symphonic Band II
MUS 151 Symphony Orchestra I
MUS 152 Symphony Orchestra II
MUS 153 Beginning Guitar
MUS 155 Class Piano I
MUS 156 Class Piano II
MUS 161 Private Voice II
MUS 162 Private Voice III
MUS 171 Private Piano II
MUS 172 Private Piano III
MUS 181 Private Instrument II
MUS 182 Private Instrument III
MUS 183 Private Strings II
MUS 184 Private Strings III
MUS 190 Vocal Jazz Ensemble I
MUS 191 Vocal Jazz Ensemble II
MUS 203 Music Notation/Finale
MUS 204 Elements of Conducting
MUS 205 Music Theory III
MUS 206 Music Theory IV
MUS 211 Marching Band II
MUS 225 Jazz Ensemble III
MUS 226 Jazz Ensemble IV
MUS 229 Women's Chorale III
MUS 230 Women's Chorale IV
MUS 233 Symphonic Choir III
MUS 234 Symphonic Choir IV
MUS 235 Vocal Show Ensemble III
MUS 236 A Cappella Choir III
MUS 237 A Cappella Choir IV
MUS 239 Vocal Show Ensemble IV
MUS 242 Symphonic Band III
MUS 243 Symphonic Band IV
MUS 251 Symphony Orchestra III
MUS 252 Symphony Orchestra IV
MUS 255 Class Piano III
MUS 256 Class Piano IV
MUS 261 Private Voice IV
MUS 262 Private Voice V
MUS 271 Private Piano IV
MUS 272 Private Piano V
MUS 281 Private Instrument IV
MUS 282 Private Instrument V
MUS 283 Private Strings IV
MUS 284 Private Strings V
MUS 290 Vocal Jazz Ensemble III
MUS 291 Vocal Jazz Ensemble IV
MUS 298 Workshop
MUS 299 Independent Study

Nursing

NUR 240 Nursing Process IV: Adult Health
NUR 250 Nursing Process V: Adv. Nursing

Office Education

OFT 235 Word Processing App I
OFT 236 Word Processing App II
OFT 238 Adv Word Processing App

Philosophy

PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 298 Workshop

Physical Science

PHY 101 Intro to Astronomy
PHY 102 Intro to Astronomy - Lab
PHY 103 Intro to Astronomy
PHY 107 Physical Concepts 
PHY 111 General Physics I
PHY 112 General Physics II
PHY 211 Physics With Calculus I
PHY 212 Physics With Calculus II

Political Science

POS 100 Introduction to Political Science
POS 110 U.S. National Politics
POS 220 U.S. & AZ Constitution
POS 221 AZ Constitution and Gov
POS 298 Workshop
POS 299 Independent Study

Psychology

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 220 Introduction to Statistics
PSY 230 Social Psychology
PSY 250 Development Psychology
PSY 270 Experimental Psychology
PSY 299 Independent Study

Small Business (Mid) Management

SBM 101 Selling Techniques
SBM 111 Marketing
SBM 201 Small Business Management
SBM 297 Workshop
SBM 298 Workshop
SBM 299 Independent Study

Sociology

SOC 101 Intro to Sociology
SOC 110 Sociology of Marriage and Family
SOC 201 Social Problems
SOC 230 Introduction to Social Welfare
SOC 298 Workshop
SOC 299 Independent Study

Spanish

SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPA 261 Spanish Conversation & Comp I
SPA 262 Spanish Conversation & Comp II
SPA 298 Workshop
SPA 299 Independent Study

Speech and Drama

SPC 100 Introduction to Human Comm
SPC 150 Oral Interpretation
SPC 201 Public Speaking
SPC 298 Workshop
SPC 299 Independent Study

Theatre

THC 103 Introduction to Motion Picture
THC 105 Introduction to Drama
THC 110 Acting I
THC 111 Acting II
THC 120 Theatre Workshop I
THC 121 Theatre Workshop II
THC 140 Stage Costume I
THC 141 Stage Costume II
THC 160 Repertory Acting Co I
THC 161 Repertory Acting Co II
THC 200 Theatre History I
THC 201 Theatre History II
THC 203 Princpl of Dramatic Strctr
THC 205 Musical Theatre I
THC 210 Acting III
THC 211 Acting IV
THC 230 Stage Makeup
THC 231 Stagecraft
THC 236 Intro to Scene Design
THC 298 Workshop
THC 299 Independent Study

2000-2001 Approved Electives

Agriculture

AGR 102 Animal Industry
AGR 135 Conservation & Natural Resources
AGR 180 Intro to Meat Processing
AGR 200 Soils
AGR 297 Workshop

Administration of Justice

AJS 101 Intro to Administration of Justice
AJS 102 Criminal Law I
AJS 126 Juvenile Procedures
AJS 130 The Correction Function
AJS 202 Substantive Criminal Law
AJS 220 Procedural Criminal Law 
AJS 225 Crime and Delinquency
AJS 270 Evidence
AJS 280 Community Relations
AJS 282 Supervision & Mngmnt Crim Jus

Anthropology

ANT 101 Intro to Physical Anthropology
ANT 102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology
ANT 110 Mexican-American Culture
ANT 120 Indian-American Culture
ANT 202 World Area Studies
ANT 210 Archaeology of the Southwest
ANT 220 Principles of Archaeology
ANT 222 Buried Cities & Lost Tribes

Apache

APA 101 Apache Language I
APA 102 Apache Language II

Art

ART 101 Fundamentals of Design
ART 102 Color and Design
ART 111 Drawing
ART 114 Figure Drawing
ART 126 Glass Design
ART 128 Beginning Photography
ART 133 World Art I
ART 134 World Art II
ART 145 Beginning Watercolor I
ART 146 Beginning Watercolor II
ART 147 Beginning Oil Painting I
ART 148 Beginning Oil Painting II
ART 151 Beginning Sculpture I
ART 152 Beginning Sculpture II
ART 161 Beginning Ceramics I
ART 162 Beginning Ceramics II
ART 171 Beginning Crafts I
ART 172 Beginning Crafts II
ART 173 Beginning Jewelry I
ART 174 Beginning Jewelry II
ART 178 Beginning Lapidary I
ART 179 Beginning Lapidary II
ART 180 Lettering
ART 181 Advertising Design I
ART 182 Advertising Design II
ART 186 Intro to Computer Graphics
ART 188 Electronic Publishing
ART 189 Typography & Typesetting
ART 190 Beginning Fibers I
ART 191 Beginning Fibers II
ART 216 Illustration I
ART 217 Illustration II
ART 228 Intermediate Photography
ART 245 Intermediate Water Color I
ART 246 Intermediate Water Color II
ART 247 Intermediate Oil Painting I
ART 248 Intermediate Oil Painting II
ART 251 Intermediate Sculpture I
ART 252 Intermediate Sculpture II
ART 261 Intermediate Ceramics I
ART 262 Intermediate Ceramics II
ART 263 Firing Techniques I
ART 264 Firing Techniques II
ART 271 Intermediate Crafts I
ART 272 Intermediate Crafts II
ART 273 Intermediate Jewelry I
ART 274 Intermediate Jewelry II
ART 278 Lapidary III
ART 279 Lapidary IV
ART 280 Lettering II
ART 285 Printmaking
ART 289 Portfolio Development
ART 290 Intermediate Fibers I
ART 291 Intermediate Fibers II
ART 297 Workshop
ART 298 Workshop
ART 299 Independent Study

Biology

BIO 100 Biology Concepts
BIO 105 Environmental Biology
BIO 160 Intro to Human Anatomy & Phys
BIO 181 General Biology I 
BIO 182 General Biology II 
BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Phys I
BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Phys II
BIO 205 Microbiology
BIO 298 Workshop
BIO 299 Independent Study

Business Administration

BUA 101 Introduction to Business
BUA 221 Principles of Macroeconomics
BUA 223 Principles of Microeconomics
BUA 230 Uses of Accounting Information I
BUA 240 Uses of Accounting Information II
BUA 245 Legal Environment of Business
BUA 250 Introductory Accounting Lab
BUA 297 Workshop
BUA 298 Workshop
BUA 299 Independent Study

Business

BUS 121 Fundamentals of Economics
BUS 142 Principles of Real Estate II
BUS 160 Communications for Occupations
BUS 251 Human Relations
BUS 264 Intro to Supervision 
BUS 265 Intermediate Supervision 
BUS 266 Effective Supervision 
BUS 297 Workshop
BUS 298 Workshop
BUS 299 Independent Study

Chemistry

CHM 130 Fundamental Chemistry
CHM 151 General Chemistry I
CHM 152 General Chemistry II
CHM 230 Fundamental Organic Chemistry
CHM 235 General Organic Chemistry I
CHM 236 General Organic Chemistry II
CHM 298 Workshop
CHM 299 Independent Study

Computer Science

CMP 103 Intro to Computer Based Systems
CMP 104 Intro to Computer Science I
CMP 105 Intro to Computer Science II
CMP 110 Current Applications
CMP 121 Basic Programming I
CMP 130 Computer Programming I
CMP 161 Electronic Spreadsheet
CMP 201 Systems and Procedures
CMP 205 Data Communications
CMP 210 Fortran
CMP 221 Cobol I
CMP 222 Cobol II
CMP 244 Computer Applications I
CMP 245 Computer Applications II
CMP 297 Workshop
CMP 298 Workshop

Dance

DAN 103 Beginning Ballroom Dance I
DAN 104 Beginning Ballroom Dance II
DAN 110 Beginning Folk Dance I
DAN 111 Beginning Folk Dance II
DAN 112 Beginning Square Dance I
DAN 113 Beginning Square Dance II
DAN 114 Beginning Western Dance I
DAN 115 Beginning Western Dance II
DAN 120 Beginning Modern Dance I
DAN 121 Beginning Modern Dance II
DAN 122 Beginning Jazz Dance I
DAN 123 Beginning Jazz Dance II
DAN 130 Beginning Tap Dance I
DAN 131 Beginning Tap Dance II
DAN 132 Beginning Ballet I
DAN 133 Beginning Ballet II
DAN 150 Beginning Theatre Dance I
DAN 151 Beginning Theatre Dance II
DAN 203 Intermediate Ballroom Dance I
DAN 204 Intermediate Ballroom Dance II
DAN 210 Intermediate Folk Dance I
DAN 211 Intermediate Folk Dance II
DAN 212 Intermediate Square Dance I
DAN 213 Intermediate Square Dance II
DAN 214 Intermediate Western Dance I
DAN 215 Intermediate Western Dance II
DAN 220 Intermediate Modern Dance I
DAN 221 Intermediate Modern Dance II
DAN 222 Intermediate Jazz Dance I
DAN 223 Intermediate Jazz Dance II
DAN 230 Intermediate Tap Dance I
DAN 231 Intermediate Tap Dance II
DAN 232 Intermediate Ballet I
DAN 233 Intermediate Ballet II
DAN 240 Dance Repertory
DAN 250 Intermediate Theatre Dance I
DAN 251 Intermediate Theatre Dance II
DAN 281 Dance Composition
DAN 299 Independent Study

Drafting Principles

DRF 271 Advanced AutoCAD

Early Childhood Development

ECD 299 Independent Study

Education

EDU 200 Introduction to Education
EDU 250 The Community College in AZ

Engineering

EGR 210 Computer Programming
EGR 250 Plane Surveying

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I
ENG 102 Written Communications II
ENG 110 Composition Skills I
ENG 111 Composition Skills II
ENG 131 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENG 161 Power Vocabulary
ENG 201 World Literature I
ENG 202 World Literature II
ENG 218 Writing About Literature
ENG 221 English Literature I
ENG 222 English Literature II
ENG 232 Poetry Writing
ENG 233 Advanced Poetry Writing
ENG 234 Short Story Writing
ENG 235 Independent Writing: Poetry
ENG 236 Independent Writing: Fiction
ENG 237 Independent Writing: Nonfiction
ENG 241 American Literature
ENG 242 American Literature
ENG 260 Tech Report Writing
ENG 281 Children's Literature
ENG 299 Independent Study

Family & Consumer Resources

FCR 171 Child Development
FCR 241 Nutrition
FCR 281 Children's Literature
FCR 297 Workshop
FCR 299 Independent Study

French

FRE 101 Elementary French I
FRE 102 Elementary French II
FRE 201 Intermediate French I
FRE 202 Intermediate French II
FRE 261 French Conv and Comp I
FRE 262 French Conv and Comp II
FRE 298 Workshop
FRE 299 Independent Study

German

GER 101 Elementary German I
GER 102 Elementary German II
GER 201 Intermediate German I
GER 202 Intermediate German II
GER 261 German Conv and Comp
GER 298 Workshop
GER 299 Independent Study

Geology

GLG 101 Physical Geology
GLG 102 Historical Geology
GLG 118 Geology of Arizona
GLG 298 Workshop
GLG 299 Independent Study

History

HIS 101 U.S. History I
HIS 102 U.S. History II
HIS 104 Western Civilization I
HIS 105 Western Civilization II
HIS 298 Workshop
HIS 299 Independent Study



Health, P.E. & Recreation

HPE 100 Personal Health
HPE 104 Phys Cond & Assessment I
HPE 105 Phys Cond & Assessment II
HPE 165 Theory & Prac of Baseball
HPE 167 Theory & Prac of Softball
HPE 170 Lifeguard Training
HPE 172 Water Safety Instruction
HPE 190 First Aid
HPE 220 Prof Act I
HPE 221 Prof Act II
HPE 222 Prof Act III
HPE 223 Prof Act IV
HPE 262A Officiating: Volleyball
HPE 262B Officiating: Basketball
HPE 262C Officiating: Basketball/Softball
HPE 270 Introduction to Sports Medicine

Mathematics

MAT 130 Principles of Mathematics I
MAT 134 Introduction to Statistics
MAT 135 Principles of Mathematics II
MAT 140 College Mathematics
MAT 154 College Algebra
MAT 160 Introduction to Statistics
MAT 171 Finite Mathematics
MAT 181 Plane Trigonometry
MAT 210 Elements of Calculus
MAT 220 Calculus
MAT 230 Calculus II
MAT 240 Calculus III
MAT 260 Differential Equations
MAT 298 Workshop
MAT 299 Independent Study

Music

MUS 101 World of Music
MUS 102 Music Fundamentals
MUS 105 Music Theory I
MUS 106 Music Theory II
MUS 107 Aural Perception I
MUS 108 Aural Perception II
MUS 111 Marching Band I
MUS 117 Class Inst in Brass I
MUS 118 Class Inst in Brass II
MUS 119 Class Inst Woodwinds I
MUS 120 Class Inst Woodwinds II
MUS 121 Class Inst Percussion
MUS 123 Class Inst in Strings I
MUS 124 Class Inst in Strings II
MUS 125 Jazz Ensemble I
MUS 126 Jazz Ensemble II
MUS 133 Symphonic Choir I
MUS 134 Symphonic Choir II
MUS 135 Vocal Show Ensemble I
MUS 136 A Cappella Choir I
MUS 137 A Cappella Choir II
MUS 138 Class Instruction in Voice
MUS 139 Vocal Show Ensemble II
MUS 140 Chamber Music I
MUS 142 Symphonic Band I
MUS 143 Symphonic Band II
MUS 151 Symphony Orchestra I
MUS 152 Symphony Orchestra II
MUS 153 Beginning Guitar
MUS 155 Class Piano I
MUS 156 Class Piano II
MUS 161 Private Voice II
MUS 162 Private Voice III
MUS 171 Private Piano II
MUS 172 Private Piano III
MUS 181 Private Instrument II
MUS 182 Private Instrument III
MUS 183 Private Strings II
MUS 184 Private Strings III
MUS 190 Vocal Jazz Ensemble I
MUS 191 Vocal Jazz Ensemble II
MUS 203 Music Notation/Finale
MUS 204 Elements of Conducting
MUS 205 Music Theory III
MUS 206 Music Theory IV
MUS 211 Marching Band II
MUS 225 Jazz Ensemble III
MUS 226 Jazz Ensemble IV
MUS 229 Women's Chorale III
MUS 230 Women's Chorale IV
MUS 233 Symphonic Choir III
MUS 234 Symphonic Choir IV
MUS 235 Vocal Show Ensemble III
MUS 236 A Cappella Choir III
MUS 237 A Cappella Choir IV
MUS 239 Vocal Show Ensemble IV
MUS 242 Symphonic Band III
MUS 243 Symphonic Band IV
MUS 251 Symphony Orchestra III
MUS 252 Symphony Orchestra IV
MUS 255 Class Piano III
MUS 256 Class Piano IV
MUS 261 Private Voice IV
MUS 262 Private Voice V
MUS 271 Private Piano IV
MUS 272 Private Piano V
MUS 281 Private Instrument IV
MUS 282 Private Instrument V
MUS 283 Private Strings IV
MUS 284 Private Strings V
MUS 290 Vocal Jazz Ensemble III
MUS 291 Vocal Jazz Ensemble IV
MUS 298 Workshop
MUS 299 Independent Study

Nursing

NUR 120 Fundamentals of Nursing
NUR 130 Family Nursing
NUR 230 Mental Health Nursing
NUR 240 Nursing Process IV: Adult Health Nursing
NUR 250 Nursing Process V: Adv. Nursing

Office Education

OFT 235 Word Processing App I
OFT 236 Word Processing App II
OFT 238 Adv Word Processing App

Philosophy

PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 298 Workshop

Physical Science

PHY 101 Intro to Astronomy
PHY 102 Intro to Astronomy - Lab
PHY 103 Intro to Astronomy
PHY 107 Physical Concepts 
PHY 111 General Physics I
PHY 112 General Physics II
PHY 211 Physics With Calculus I
PHY 212 Physics With Calculus II

Political Science

POS 100 Introduction to Political Science
POS 110 U.S. National Politics
POS 220 U.S. & AZ Constitution
POS 221 AZ Constitution and Gov
POS 298 Workshop
POS 299 Independent Study

Psychology

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 220 Introduction to Statistics
PSY 230 Social Psychology
PSY 250 Development Psychology
PSY 270 Experimental Psychology

Small Business (Mid) Management

SBM 101 Sales and Customer Service
SBM 111 Marketing
SBM 201 Small Business Management
SBM 297 Workshop
SBM 298 Workshop
SBM 299 Independent Study

Sociology

SOC 101 Intro to Sociology
SOC 110 Sociology of Marriage and Family
SOC 201 Social Problems
SOC 298 Workshop
SOC 299 Independent Study

Spanish

SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPA 261 Spanish Conversation & Comp I
SPA 262 Spanish Conversation & Comp II
SPA 298 Workshop
SPA 299 Independent Study

Speech and Drama

SPC 100 Introduction to Human Comm
SPC 150 Oral Interpretation
SPC 201 Public Speaking
SPC 298 Workshop
SPC 299 Independent Study

Theatre

THC 103 Introduction to Motion Picture
THC 105 Introduction to Drama
THC 110 Acting I
THC 111 Acting II
THC 120 Theatre Workshop I
THC 121 Theatre Workshop II
THC 140 Stage Costume I
THC 141 Stage Costume II
THC 160 Repertory Acting Co I
THC 161 Repertory Acting Co II
THC 200 Theatre History I
THC 201 Theatre History II
THC 203 Princpl of Dramatic Strctr
THC 205 Musical Theatre I
THC 210 Acting III
THC 211 Acting IV
THC 230 Stage Makeup
THC 231 Stagecraft
THC 236 Intro to Scene Design
THC 298 Workshop
THC 299 Independent Study

 


11/18/03- Grade Reporting System section was updated. The original version follows: Student grade reports are available at the end of the semester through "Gila Hank," our computer registration system. You will be mailed a printed copy of your grade report upon request via Gila Hank or the Records and Registration Office.


11/19/03 - The EAC Foundation Board was revised. The original version follows. The EAC Foundation Board was last revised 10/23/02.

EAC Foundation Board

Dudley Welker, President
Fred Pace, Vice-President
John Mickelson, Treasurer
Deanna Brockmeier, Secretary
Jim Lee, Director
William Bone, Director (President, EAC Alumni Association)
Mark Bryce, Director (President, EAC)
Lois Ann Moody, Director (Chairman, EAC Board)

10/23/02 - The EAC Alumni Association Board was revised. The original version follows. The EAC Alumni Association Board was last revised 10/23/02.

EAC Alumni Association Board

William Bone, President
Joel Biggs, Treasurer
Becky Johnson, Secretary
Bryan Allred, Director
Mike Gardner, Director
Lois Ann Moody, Director
Cindy Olvey, Director
Nellie Plasencio, Director
Larry Rapier, Director
William Reed, Director
Dudley Welker, Director
Mark Bryce, Alumni Advisor (President, EAC)

11/19/03 - The Fall Semester 2005, Spring Semester 2006, Summer Terms 2006, Fall Semester 2006, Spring Semester 2007, and Summer Terms 2007 were added.

11/19/03 - Tuition and Fees for 2004-2005 was added.

11/19/03 - Residence Hall Room Costs for 2004-2005 was added.

11/19/03 - Meal Plans for 2004-2005 was added.


11/20/03 - ENG 113 - College Reading was revised to remove the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: Student must demonstrate a reading competency at the 10th grade level or must have successfully completed ENG 091 with a grade of "C" or higher. The prerequisite was added on 12/5/02.

11/20/03 - ENG 235 - Independent Writing: Poetry was revised to change the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows. ENG 131, ENG 232, ENG 233, or ENG 234. ENG 235 was previously modified 10/28/02.

11/20/03 - The following sentence was added to the General Education section of each AAS Degree: Each course taken to satisfy the General Education Requirements of this degree must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.  


11/21/03 - AGEC-A Certificate - 30000 was revised. The original version follows. This degree was added 3/20/02.

Arizona General Education
Curriculum A (AGEC-A)

Certificate for Transfer

30000

Advisors:

Sharon Allen

Steve Johnson

Lee Russell

Hopi Fitz-William

Gwen Lewis

Dona Schreur

Joyce Flamm

Ida Nunley

Richard Green

Crae Wilson

Upon completion of this certificate, the student fulfills the lower-division general education requirements at the University of Arizona, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University.  Students are strongly advised to complete an associate degree after completing this certificate.

AGEC-A. This General Education Program is better suited for majors in the Liberal Arts such as:

Anthropology    

Art  

English 

Health and P.E. 

History

Languages   

Music 

Psychology 

Sociology

Theatre

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 

Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 

Written Communications II

3 credits

     

Mathematics

Select one course from this list.

3 credits

MAT 140 

College Mathematics

MAT 154 

College Algebra

MAT 160 or  PSY 220

Introduction to Statistics

MAT 181

Plane Trigonometry

MAT 171

Finite Mathematics

MAT 210

Elements of Calculus

MAT 220

Calculus I

MAT 230

Calculus II

     

Lab Science

Select two courses from this list. If you plan to transfer, consult the catalog or an advisor from the school you will transfer to as you make your selections.

8 credits

BIO 100

Biology Concepts

BIO 105

Environmental Biology

BIO 160

Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology

BIO 181

General Biology (majors) I

BIO 182

General Biology (majors) II

BIO 201

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO 202

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO 205

Microbiology

CHM 130

Fundamental Chemistry

CHM 151

General  Chemistry I

CHM 152

General Chemistry II

CHM 230

Fundamental Organic Chemistry

GLG 101

Physical Geology

GLG 102

Historical Geology

PHY 103

Introduction to Astronomy

PHY 107

Physical Concepts

PHY 111

General Physics I

PHY 112

General Physics II

PHY 211

Physics with Calculus I

PHY 212

Physics with Calculus II

     

Humanities

Select three courses from this list.  At least one course must be from the Arts (Bold type).  If you plan to transfer, consult the catalog or an advisor from the school you will transfer to as you make your selections.

9 credits

ART 133

World Art I

ART 134

World Art II (GIH)

ENG 201

World Literature I (IW) or (GIH)

ENG 202

World Literature II (IW) or (GIH)

ENG 218

Writing About Literature (IW)

ENG 221

English Literature I (IW) 

ENG 222

English Literature II (IW)

ENG 241

American Literature I (IW) or (GIH)

ENG 242

American Literature II (IW) or (GIH)

MUS 101

World of Music (GIH)

PHI 101

Introduction to Philosophy (GIH)

SPC 150

Oral Interpretation

SPC 201

Public Speaking (IW)

THC 105

Introduction to Drama (GIH)

     

Social Science

Select three courses from this list. You must choose from at least two different departments. If you plan to transfer, consult the catalog or an advisor from the school you will transfer to as you make your selections.

9 credits

ANT 101

Introduction to Physical Anthropology

ANT 102

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANT 110

Mexican-American Culture

ANT 120

Indian American Culture

ANT 202

World Area Studies (GIH)

ANT 220

Principles of Archaeology

ANT 222

Buried Cities and Lost Tribes

BUA 221

Principles of Macroeconomics (GIH)

BUA 223

Principles of Microeconomics

HIS 101

U.S. History I (GIH)

HIS 102

U.S. History II (GIH)

HIS 104

Western Civilization I (GIH)

HIS 105

Western Civilization II (GIH)

POS 100

Introduction to Political Science

POS 110

United States National Politics (GIH)

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

PSY 230

Social Psychology

PSY 250

Developmental Psychology

PSY 270

Experimental Psychology (IW)

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 110

Marriage and the Family

SOC 201

Social Problems

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

35 credits

 

In order to earn this certificate you must:

  • Complete the required course options with a grade of "C" or better.

  • Complete a minimum of 15 semester credits of course work at Eastern Arizona College.

 

11/21/03 - AGEC-B Certificate - 30001 was revised. The original version follows. This degree was added 3/20/02.

Arizona General Education
Curriculum B (AGEC-B)

Certificate for Transfer

30001

Advisors:
Mark Anderson
Alice Irwin

Upon completion of this certificate, the student fulfills the lower-division general education requirements at the University of Arizona, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University.  Students are strongly advised to complete an associate degree after completing this certificate.


AGEC-B. This General Education Program is intended for students majoring in a business curriculum.

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 

Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 

Written Communications II

3 credits

       

Mathematics

MAT 210

Elements of Calculus

4 credits

     

Lab Science

Select two courses from this list.   If you plan to transfer, consult the catalog or an advisor from the school you will transfer to as you make your selections.

8 credits

BIO 100

Biology Concepts

BIO 105

Environmental Biology

BIO 160

Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology

BIO 181

General Biology (majors) I

BIO 182

General Biology (majors) II

BIO 201

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO 202

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO 205

Microbiology

CHM 130

Fundamental Chemistry

CHM 151

General  Chemistry I

CHM 152

General Chemistry II

CHM 230

Fundamental Organic Chemistry

GLG 101

Physical Geology

GLG 102

Historical Geology

PHY 103

Introduction to Astronomy

PHY 107

Physical Concepts

PHY 111

General Physics I

PHY 112

General Physics II

PHY 211

Physics with Calculus I

PHY 212

Physics with Calculus II

     

Humanities

Select three courses from this list.  At least one course must be from the Arts (Bold type).  If you plan to transfer, consult the catalog or an advisor from the school you will transfer to as you make your selections.

9 credits

ART 133

World Art I

ART 134

World Art II (GIH)

ENG 201

World Literature I (IW) or (GIH)

ENG 202

World Literature II (IW) or (GIH)

ENG 218

Writing About Literature (IW)

ENG 221

English Literature I (IW) 

ENG 222

English Literature II (IW)

ENG 241

American Literature I (IW) or (GIH)

ENG 242

American Literature II (IW) or (GIH)

MUS 101

World of Music (GIH)

PHI 101

Introduction to Philosophy (GIH)

SPC 150

Oral Interpretation

SPC 201

Public Speaking (IW)

THC 105

Introduction to Drama (GIH)

     

Social Science

Select three courses from this list.  You must choose from at least two different departments.  If you plan to transfer, consult the catalog or an advisor from the school you will transfer to as you make your selections.

9 credits

ANT 101

Introduction to Physical Anthropology

ANT 102

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANT 110

Mexican-American Culture

ANT 120

Indian American Culture

ANT 202

World Area Studies (GIH)

ANT 220

Principles of Archaeology

ANT 222

Buried Cities and Lost Tribes

BUA 221

Principles of Macroeconomics (GIH)

BUA 223

Principles of Microeconomics

HIS 101

U.S. History I (GIH)

HIS 102

U.S. History II (GIH)

HIS 104

Western Civilization I (GIH)

HIS 105

Western Civilization II (GIH)

POS 100

Introduction to Political Science

POS 110

United States National Politics (GIH)

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

PSY 230

Social Psychology

PSY 250

Developmental Psychology

PSY 270

Experimental Psychology (IW)

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 110

Marriage and the Family

SOC 201

Social Problems

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

36 credits

 

In order to earn this certificate you must:

  • Complete the required course options with a grade of "C" or better.
  • Complete a minimum of 15 semester credits of course work at Eastern Arizona College.

11/21/03 - AGEC-S Certificate - 30002 was revised. The original version follows. This degree was added 3/20/02.

Arizona General Education
Curriculum S (AGEC-S)

Certificate for Transfer

30002

Advisors:
Phil McBride
Mike McCarthy
Mayuree Siripoon

Upon completion of this certificate, the student fulfills the lower-division general education requirements at the University of Arizona, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University.  Students are strongly advised to complete an associate degree after completing this certificate.


AGEC-S. This General Education Program is intended for students majoring in a math or science curriculum.

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 

Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 

Written Communications II

3 credits

       

Mathematics

MAT 220

Calculus I (Prerequisite: MAT 181 or concurrent enrollment in MAT 181) or higher-level mathematics course.

4 credits

     

Lab Science

Select two courses from this list.  If you plan to transfer, consult the catalog or an advisor from the school you will transfer to as you make your selections.

8 credits

BIO 181

General Biology (majors) I

BIO 182

General Biology (majors) II

BIO 201

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO 202

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

CHM 151

General  Chemistry I

CHM 152

General Chemistry II

CHM 230

Fundamental Organic Chemistry

CHM 235

General Organic Chemistry I

CHM 236

General Organic Chemistry II

PHY 211

Physics with Calculus I

PHY 212

Physics with Calculus II

     

Humanities

Select three courses from this list.  At least one course must be from the Arts (Bold type).  If you plan to transfer, consult the catalog or an advisor from the school you will transfer to as you make your selections.

9 credits

ART 133

World Art I

ART 134

World Art II (GIH)

ENG 201

World Literature I (IW) or (GIH)

ENG 202

World Literature II (IW) or (GIH)

ENG 218

Writing About Literature (IW)

ENG 221

English Literature I (IW) 

ENG 222

English Literature II (IW)

ENG 241

American Literature I (IW) or (GIH)

ENG 242

American Literature II (IW) or (GIH)

MUS 101

World of Music (GIH)

PHI 101

Introduction to Philosophy (GIH)

SPC 150

Oral Interpretation

SPC 201

Public Speaking (IW)

THC 105

Introduction to Drama (GIH)

     

Social Science

Select three courses from this list.  You must choose from at least two different departments.  If you plan to transfer, consult the catalog or an advisor from the school you will transfer to as you make your selections.

9 credits

ANT 101

Introduction to Physical Anthropology

ANT 102

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANT 110

Mexican-American Culture

ANT 120

Indian American Culture

ANT 202

World Area Studies (GIH)

ANT 220

Principles of Archaeology

ANT 222

Buried Cities and Lost Tribes

BUA 221

Principles of Macroeconomics (GIH)

BUA 223

Principles of Microeconomics

HIS 101

U.S. History I (GIH)

HIS 102

U.S. History II (GIH)

HIS 104

Western Civilization I (GIH)

HIS 105

Western Civilization II (GIH)

POS 100

Introduction to Political Science

POS 110

United States National Politics (GIH)

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

PSY 230

Social Psychology

PSY 250

Developmental Psychology

PSY 270

Experimental Psychology (IW)

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 110

Marriage and the Family

SOC 201

Social Problems

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

36 credits

 

In order to earn this certificate you must:

  • Complete the required course options with a grade of "C" or better.
  • Complete a minimum of 15 semester credits of course work at Eastern Arizona College.

11/25/03 - FCR 241 - Nutrition was revised to change the course description. The original course description follows: The study of body requirements for nutrients, nutritive value of foods, metabolism, interaction of food components, and health problems related to nutrition throughout the life cycle. Emphasis on scientific principles of human nutrition and the role of nutrition in health and disease.

11/25/03 - MUS 183 - Private Strings II was revised to change the credits from 1-2 credits to 1 credit and change the course description. The original course description follows: Private instruction in orchestral stringed instruments: violin, viola, violoncello, and contrabass.

11/25/03 - MUS 184 - Private Strings III was revised to change the credits from 1-2 credits to 1 credit.

11/25/03 - MUS 283 - Private Strings IV was revised to change the course description. The original version follows: Private instruction in orchestral stringed instruments: violin, viola, violoncello, and contrabass.

11/25/03 - Basic Peace Officer Academy Certificate - 30811 was revised. The original version follows:

Basic Peace Officer Academy

Certificate of Proficiency

30811

Advisor:
Steve Johnson

This certificate is designed to prepare you for entry-level employment with an Arizona law enforcement agency as a certified Peace Officer.  All of the academy training is state mandated and certified by the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AzPOST). Specific state requirements must be met to enroll in AJS 115 and AJS 215.  Contact the Administration of Justice advisor for details.

Upon successful completion of this certificate, you will have fulfilled the following courses towards the Administration of Justice AAS or AA degrees:

AJS 102    Criminal Law

AJS 103    Criminal Investigation

AJS 120    Police Communications

AJS 140    The Traffic Function

AJS 155    Firearms
AJS 202    Substantive Criminal Law

AJS 266    The Police Function

 

Curriculum Requirements

 

AJS 115

Basic Peace Officer Academy I

12 credits

AJS 215

Basic Peace Officer Academy II

12 credits

HPE 104

Physical Conditioning and Assessment I

2 credits

HPE 105

Physical Conditioning and Assessment II

2 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

28 credits

 

To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course above with a grade of "C" or "P" or better.  In addition, you must meet an academic requirement by one of the following methods:

  • EAC COMPASS writing placement score of 85 or higher entered into your student record, OR

  • Completion of ENG 100, Writing Fundamentals or higher with a grade of  "C" or better.

11/26/03 - MUS 283 - Private Strings IV was revised to change the credits from 1-2 credits to 1 credit. MUS 283 was previously modified 11/25/03.

11/26/03 - MUS 284 - Private Strings V was revised to change the credits from 1-2 credits to 1 credit.