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CJ 2997 Criminal Justice Internship IISemester(s) Taught: TBACredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (1-3:1-3:0)Description: This course is designed to provide hands-on experiences in Criminal Justice. Internships are an opportunity for students to link theory with practice. They are temporary, on-the-job experiences intended to help students identify how their studies in the classroom apply to the workplace. Internships are individually arranged by the student in collaboration with a faculty member in the chosen discipline and a supervisor at the workplace. This course is repeatable for up to 6 credits, with no more than 3 credits per semester. Internships are typically pass/fail credits. Students desiring a grade will need to negotiate a contract with significant academic work beyond the actual work experience.CM 1000 Introduction to Construction ManagementSemester(s) Taught: TBACredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (1:1:0)Description: In this course, students will survey the Construction industry with its various trades, skills, tools, and equipment. CM 1040 Architecture-Residential DesignSemester(s) Taught: TBACredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)Description: The emphasis of this course is comprehensive coverage of design fundamentals and procedures used to represent design ideas using traditional, as well as state of the art technology. It covers the solving of problems related to the design of a residential structure and considers the influence of building cost, modular applications, building codes, and zoning regulations with respect to the site and design. This course will introduce CAD software. This course was formerly DRFT 1100.CM 1155 Construction Print Reading (formerly Blueprint Reading)Semester(s) Taught: TBACredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)Description: In this course, students learn the symbols, terms, specifications, relationships of views, measurements, sections, and details for proper interpretation of plans used for residential and light commercial buildings.CM 1200 Introduction to Building ScienceSemester(s) Taught: TBACredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Integrated Exploration (IE)Description: This course will cover essential building science principles that enable students to construct buildings that are safe, comfortable to live in, energy efficient, and functional for many years. Principles of sustainability are incorporated throughout this course. This course also explores new technology and ideas in the construction industry. This course fulfills the IE General Education requirement.CM 1210 Construction Tech. ISemester(s) Taught: TBACredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:1:6)Description: This course is a hands-on construction lab experience where students will learn the training necessary to allow them to be employable in a construction-related field and to perform required duties safely. Each semester students will participate in available projects as determined by the instructor. The projects will vary from semester to semester based on local need and student interest.Prerequisites: CM 1000 Corequisites: CM 1000




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COMM 1010 Introduction to CommunicationSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Humanities (HU)Description: This introductory course investigates principles of communication theories and how to use these theories in practical application. The course content encourages students to analyze, assess and evaluate communication principles. Students will develop skills and techniques essential to effective communication in settings that include; intrapersonal (with oneself), interpersonal (face-to-face), small group and public speaking. Students will develop the ability to look at the big picture of human communicate and how it affects each individual's perception, cultural traditions and human philosophy.COMM 1020 Public SpeakingSemester(s) Taught: Fall, Spring, SummerCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Fine Arts (FA)Description: This is a practical and general course designed for students who desire to improve their speech efficiency, poise and self-confidence in public address situations. Special emphasis is placed on preparing, selecting, researching, organizing and delivering oral messages as well as on analyzing and evaluating the speaking-listening process.COMM 1130 Writing for Communications (formerly Media Writing)Semester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)Description: Students in this course will learn how to gather and evaluate information to craft stories for the broad public. This course teaches the core skills of news judgment, news writing, basic reporting and editing, feature writing, law and ethics, and covering news from diverse communities.COMM 1270 Argumentation and DebateSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)Description: Students learn basic principles of argumentation and their application to communication and to debate. Analysis of current social issues, evidence and reasoning, refutation, ethics, strategy, and delivery are included in course work. Students will develop their research abilities, critical thinking skills, and oral communication skills.COMM 1500 Introduction to Mass MediaSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Humanities (HU)Description: This course is an introduction to the nature of media and its relationship with the individual. The course teaches students to analyze, assess and evaluate popular culture, literature, and media. It includes a focus on various mediums including literature, radio, television, film, books, newspaper, and advertising to assist students in looking at the big picture of how media affects their perceptions.COMM 1560 Radio Performance ISemester(s) Taught: FallCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)Description: Students contribute to the Snow College student radio station, KAGE-FM. Lecture and lab situations combine to provide students with the background and skills required to meet the needs of the radio communications industry. Students are exposed to both analog and digital studio systems, including digital multitrack production techniques. Work may include station management, announcing, production of promos, public service announcements, underwriting, news, or sports reporting. Students will learn to create and organize a professional-quality radio portfolio consisting of a broadcast aircheck, production samples, resume, and related materials. Emphasis will be placed on voice, performance, and adapting to an audience. COMM 1870 Radio ProductionSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)Description: Radio Production introduces students to audio production techniques and equipment operation; including terminology, basic script writing, editing, producing commercials, public service announcements and newscaster in a studio setting.COMM 1880 Radio Performance - 1st YearSemester(s) Taught: SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (1:1:2)Description: Students contribute to the Snow College student station, KAGE-FM. Lecture and lab situations combine to provide students with the background and skills required to meet the needs of the radio communications industry. Students are exposed to both analog and digital studio systems, including digital multitrack production techniques. Work may include station management, announcing, production of promos, public service announcements, underwriting, news or sports reporting. Students will learn to create and organize a professional-quality radio portfolio consisting of a broadcast aircheck, production samples, resume, and related materials. Emphasis will be placed on voice, performance and adapting to an audience. (Additional fee required)COMM 1900 Newspaper Production ISemester(s) Taught: FallCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (2:2:1)Description: Students will learn the theory and practical application of newspaper design, production, and reporting through classroom instruction and hands-on production as staff members of the Snowdrift, Snow College's student newspaper.COMM 1910 Newspaper Production ISemester(s) Taught: SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (2:2:1)Description: Students have the opportunity to engage in an in-depth examination of Journalism and the news writing and design processes. Students are responsible for the planning design, and publication of the Snowdrift, Snow College's student newspaper. This production process will involve feature writing, page/graphic design, typesetting, and business management.COMM 2070 Oral Interpretation of LiteratureSemester(s) Taught: TBACredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Fine Arts (FA)Description: Oral Interpretation of Literature is designed to introduce students to the art of performance and visual communication. It focuses on how to research and find literature with cultural significance that appeals to the audience and engages the performer through a theatrical, creative process. Students will develop the voice and performance techniques used for public performance and media presentations.COMM 2110 Interpersonal CommunicationSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (0:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Social and Behavioral Science (SS)Description: The study of interpersonal communication is the study of interaction between people. It is not only the conversation, but the psychology of relationships, problems, and situations and how they can be dealt with in an effective manner. This course is designed to study interpersonal communication from a descriptive as well as analytical point of view. The topics of interpersonal relationships include; Cognitive Psychology, self-concept, perception, emotions, verbal and nonverbal language, listening, intimacy, climate, and conflict will be discussed. Possible methods of enhancing interpersonal communication situations will be practiced through discussion, role-play, writing, critical evaluation, feedback and observance.COMM 2120 Small Group CommunicationsSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Integrated Exploration (IE)Description: This course is an introduction to communication in group processes such as decision-making, leadership, power, conflict, deviance, and the development of group structures, functions, norms, and roles. It is designed to help students further understanding the various perspectives on small group communication theory and concepts. Special emphasis is placed on preparing and organizing various types of oral presentations and communication strategies for organizations. It is designed to provide students with multiple ways to enhance small group communication skills and develop a more comprehensive understanding of the communication process therein. COMM 2150 Intercultural CommunicationSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Social and Behavioral Science (SS)Description: Intercultural Communication is a study of the ways people communicate within and between cultures, including a consideration of cultural contexts and the relationship between culture and communication. This class is aimed at developing a greater understanding about diversity and the intercultural aspect of everyday life. Intercultural diversity is present everywhere and understanding some of the cultural influence helps individuals gain acceptance and tolerance of other cultures.COMM 2180 PhotojournalismSemester(s) Taught: TBACredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Fine Arts (FA)Description: Photojournalism is a form of visual communication that documents the emotions, drama, suspense, and exhilaration of real-life events and people for diverse media outlets, including print and electronic media. As artists and storytellers, photojournalists create images that document our culture. These images capture the momentous and everyday circumstances of contemporary life and society. This course will teach students to understand photography as a form of visual communication as they address aspects of photography such as formal composition, narrative elements, aperture, shutter speed, power of color, the dramatics of black/white, and more. The photographs taken in the course may be used for the school newspaper. COMM 2200 TV ProductionSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)Description: This course will emphasize the practical application of TV production. Students will learn the elements of video production, editing techniques, and broadcast journalism writing skills. They will use a field video camera and post-production editing equipment to produce individual and team assignments.COMM 2250 Intermediate TV ProductionSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (1-3:1:3-9)Description: For Communication majors and other students interested in a hands-on experience working with the local Community Television Channel (Snow TV) on any of its production projects. Includes basic television production skills for college and local community and government events. Students work a minimum number of hours based on the credits for which they register: 3 hours per week for 1 credit, 6 hours per week for 2 credits, or 9 hours per week for 3 credits. Repeatable up to 6 credits subject to graduation restrictions. Formerly COMM 1385Prerequisites: COMM 2200 and/or instructor approvalCOMM 2270 Argumentation and DebateSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)Description: Students learn basic principles of argumentation and their application to communication and to debate. Analysis of current social issues, evidence and reasoning, refutation, ethics, strategy, and delivery are included in course work. Students will develop their research abilities, critical thinking skills, and oral communication skills.COMM 2300 Introduction to Public RelationsSemester(s) Taught: Fall, SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (3:3:0)General Ed Requirement: Oral Communication (OC)Description: This course introduces various perspectives on public relations, as manifested in the theories, methods, principles, and practices which predominate in the field. Special emphasis is placed on preparing and organizing various types of oral presentations appropriate to the field.COMM 2560 Radio Performance IISemester(s) Taught: SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (1:1:2)Description: Students contribute to the Snow College student station, KAGE-FM. Lecture and lab situations combine to provide students with the background and skills required to meet the needs of the radio communications industry. Students are exposed to analog and digital studio systems, including digital multitrack production techniques. Work may include station management, announcing, production of promos, public service announcements, underwriting, news, or sports reporting. Students will learn to create and organize a professional-quality radio portfolio consisting of a broadcast aircheck, production samples, a resume, and related materials. Emphasis will be placed on voice, performance, and adapting to an audience. COMM 2870 Radio Performance - 2nd YearSemester(s) Taught: FallCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (1:1:2)Description: Students contribute to the Snow College student station, KAGE-FM. This is a senior staff level class, which provides leadership opportunities to 2nd year staff members. Lecture and lab situations combine to provide students with the background and skills required to meet the needs of the radio communications industry. Students are exposed to to both analog and digital studio systems, including digital multitrack production techniques. Work may include station management, announcing, production of promos, public service announcements, underwriting, news or sports reporting. (Additonal fee required)COMM 2880 Radio Performance - 2nd YearSemester(s) Taught: SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (1:1:2)Description: Students contribute to the Snow College student station, KAGE-FM. This is a senior staff level class, which provides leadership opportunities to 2nd year staff members. Lecture and lab situations combine to provide students with the background and skills required to meet the needs of the radio communications industry. Students are exposed to to both analog and digital studio systems, including digital multitrack production techniques. Work may include station management, announcing, production of promos, public service announcements, underwriting, news or sports reporting. Students will learn to create and organize a professional-quality radio portfolio consisting of a broadcast aircheck, production samples, resume, and related materials. Emphasis will be placed on voice, performance and adapting to an audience. (Additional fee required)COMM 2900 Newspaper Production IISemester(s) Taught: FallCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (2:2:1)Description: Senior staff students will practice the theory and application of newspaper design, production, and reporting as staff members and student editors of the Snowdrift, Snow College's student newspaper. Senior staff will work as mentors, student instructors, and be responsible for newspaper production.Prerequisites: COMM 1900 or COMM 1910COMM 2910 Newspaper Production IISemester(s) Taught: SpringCredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (2:2:1)Description: Snowdrift senior staff students have the opportunity to lead and assist with instruction as students engage in an in-depth examination of Journalism and new writing processes. Senior staff will help in planning design and publication of the student newspaper. This production process will involve feature writing, page/graphic design, typesetting and business management.Prerequisites: COMM 1900 or COMM 1910COSB 1000 Basic Cosmetology TheorySemester(s) Taught: TBACredits, Lecture hours, Lab hours: (4:4:0)Description: This theory course presents basic cosmetology practices, demonstrations of technical procedures, practical application of cosmetology skills, and identifies the responsibilities of the cosmetologist. Critical thinking skills will also be developed. Students will demonstrate competency through assignments and written tests. This course is part of a required series to prepare students to take the National Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology Licens


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