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    Guilford Technical Community College
   
 
  Sep 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Understanding Course Requirements

Guilford Technical Community College is committed to student success. The college offers courses for students who need additional academic preparation. GTCC requires that students are proficient in reading, writing, and math or a combination of these basic skills before they can enroll in most college courses.


The following is an alpha-numeric listing of course descriptions for all curriculum programs. A three-letter course prefix identifies the program area in which a course is offered. The three or four digit course number identifies a specific course within a program. The course title introduces the subject matter of a course. The group of numbers to the right of a course title gives, in order of information, the lecture hours per week, laboratory and/or shop hours per week, clinic and/or cooperative work hours per week, and the last digit gives the semester credit hours awarded for successful completion of the course.

 

Emergency Medical Science

   •  EMS 115 Defense Tactics for EMS
   •  EMS 122 EMS Clinical Practicum I
   •  EMS 125 EMS Instructor Methodology
   •  EMS 130 Pharmacology
   •  EMS 131 Advanced Airway Management
   •  EMS 140 Rescue Scene Management
   •  EMS 150 Emerg Vehicles & EMS Comm
   •  EMS 160 Cardiology I
   •  EMS 220 Cardiology II
   •  EMS 221 EMS Clinical Practicum II
   •  EMS 231 EMS Clinical Pract III
   •  EMS 235 EMS Management
   •  EMS 240 Patients w/ Special Challenges
   •  EMS 241 EMS Clinical Practicum IV
   •  EMS 250 Medical Emergencies
   •  EMS 260 Trauma Emergencies
   •  EMS 270 Life Span Emergencies
   •  EMS 280 EMS Bridging Course
   •  EMS 285 EMS Capstone

English

   •  ENG 001 English Skills Support
   •  ENG 102 Applied Communications II
   •  ENG 111 Writing and Inquiry
   •  ENG 111A Writing and Inquiry Lab
   •  ENG 112 Writing/Research in the Disciplines
   •  ENG 114 Professional Research and Reporting
   •  ENG 125 Creative Writing I
   •  ENG 126 Creative Writing II
   •  ENG 131 Introduction to Literature
   •  ENG 231 American Literature I
   •  ENG 232 American Literature II
   •  ENG 241 British Literature I
   •  ENG 242 British Literature II
   •  ENG 251 Western World Literature I
   •  ENG 252 Western World Literature II
   •  ENG 261 World Literature I
   •  ENG 262 World Literature II
   •  ENG 273 African-American Literature

Entertainment Technologies

   •  ENT 111 Introduction to Entertainment
   •  ENT 114 Entertainment Law
   •  ENT 131 Live Sound Production I
   •  ENT 134 Acoustics
   •  ENT 135 Recording Engineering I
   •  ENT 151 Concert Lighting I
   •  ENT 211 Entertainment Promotion
   •  ENT 231 Live Sound Production II
   •  ENT 233 Permanent Sound Systems
   •  ENT 235 Recording Engineering II
   •  ENT 237 Recording Engineering III
   •  ENT 241 Equipment Maintenance
   •  ENT 251 Concert Lighting II
   •  ENT 252 Concert Lighting III
   •  ENT 260 Songwriting/Publishing
   •  ENT 278 Artist Management
   •  ENT 279 Concert/Venue Management
   •  ENT 285 Capstone Project

Emergency Preparedness

   •  EPT 120 Sociology of Disaster
   •  EPT 124 EM Services Law & Ethics
   •  EPT 130 Mitigation & Preparedness
   •  EPT 140 Emergency Management
   •  EPT 150 Incident Management
   •  EPT 210 Response & Recovery
   •  EPT 220 Terrorism & Emergency Management
   •  EPT 225 Hazard Analysis/Risk Assessment
   •  EPT 230 Emergency Planning
   •  EPT 260 Business Continuity
   •  EPT 275 Emergency OPS Center Management
   •  EPT 280 Building Resilient Communities

Fire Protection

   •  FIP 120 Introduction to Fire Protection
   •  FIP 124 Fire Prevention & Public Education
   •  FIP 128 Detection & Investigation
   •  FIP 132 Building Construction
   •  FIP 136 Inspections & Codes
   •  FIP 140 Industrial Fire Protection
   •  FIP 146 Fire Protection Systems
   •  FIP 152 Fire Protection Law
   •  FIP 156 Computers in Fire Service
   •  FIP 160 Fire Protection/Elec
   •  FIP 160A Fire Protection/Elec Lab
   •  FIP 162 Firefighter Safety & Wellness
   •  FIP 164 OSHA Standards
   •  FIP 176 HazMat: Operations
   •  FIP 180 Wildland Fire Behavior
   •  FIP 184 Wildland Fire Safety
   •  FIP 188 Intro to Wildland Fires
   •  FIP 220 Fire Fighting Strategies
   •  FIP 221 Advanced Fire Fighting Strategies
   •  FIP 224 Fire Instructor I & II
   •  FIP 226 Fire Officer I & II
   •  FIP 228 Local Government Finance
   •  FIP 229 Fire Dynamics and Combustion
   •  FIP 230 Chemistry of Hazardous Materials I
   •  FIP 231 Chemistry of Hazardous Materials II
   •  FIP 232 Hydraulics and Water Distribution
   •  FIP 240 Fire Service Supervision
   •  FIP 248 Fire Svc Personnel Adm
   •  FIP 252 Apparatus Spec & Purch
   •  FIP 256 Municipal Public Relations
   •  FIP 260 Fire Protect Planning
   •  FIP 276 Managing Fire Services

French

   •  FRE 111 Elementary French I
 

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