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South Plains College    
 
    
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
2013-2014 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


The State of Texas has developed a common course numbering system for all college courses. These numbers are used in identifying courses that transfer freely among public community colleges and universities.

Courses are designated by an abbreviated name and number along with a descriptive title. The name used designates the instructional area in which the course is offered. The course number is a four-digit number in which the first digit designates the academic level of the course. A first digit of 1 designates an introductory-level credit course, and a first digit of 2 designates an intermediate or advanced-level credit course. A first digit of 0 designates a developmental (compensatory) course which cannot be applied toward either the required or elective hours for an associate degree or certificate.

All courses taught at South Plains College are listed in this section. In the course description, certain information is placed in parenthesis following the course title. The first figure in the parentheses indicates the semester hours of credit for the course; the second figure indicated the number of lecture hours per week attended by a student enrolled in the course; and the third figure indicates the number of hours per week during which the student is in laboratory, practice session or other instructional activity related to the course. For example, (4:3:3) following the listing for Biology 1411 General Botany means that the course carries 4 semester hours of credit, that 3 hours per week are spent in lecture, and 3 hours per week are spent in laboratory.

Some courses will also have a designation indicating the semester in which the course is offered. “F” indicates Fall, “S” indicates Spring, “S1” indicates First Summer Session, “S2” indicates Second Summer Session, and “Su” indicates either Summer Session.

 
   •  CJLE 1524 - Basic Peace Officer IV
   •  CJLE 2237 - Advanced Firearms
   •  CJLE 2345 - Vice and Narcotics Investigation
   •  CJSA 1313 - Court Systems and Practices
   •  CJSA 1322 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CJSA 2334 - Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  COMM 1120 - Web Publications I
   •  COMM 1121 - Web Publications II
   •  COMM 1129 - Publications I
   •  COMM 1130 - Publications II
   •  COMM 1131 - Radio/Television News I
   •  COMM 1132 - Radio/Television News II
   •  COMM 1238 - Advanced Video Editing
   •  COMM 1307 - Introduction to Mass Communications
   •  COMM 1316 - Photography
   •  COMM 1317 - News Photography
   •  COMM 1335 - Survey of Radio/Television and Related Fields
   •  COMM 1336 - Television Production I
   •  COMM 1337 - Television Production II
   •  COMM 2120 - Web Publications III
   •  COMM 2121 - Web Publications IV
   •  COMM 2129 - Publications III
   •  COMM 2130 - Publications IV
   •  COMM 2131 - Radio/Television News III
   •  COMM 2132 - Radio/Television News IV
   •  COMM 2303 - Audio/Radio Production
   •  COMM 2304 - Introduction to Cinematic Production
   •  COMM 2305 - Editing and Layout
   •  COMM 2311 - News Writing
   •  COMM 2324 - Television Practicum
   •  COMM 2325 - Practicum in Sports Broadcasting I
   •  COMM 2326 - Practicum in Sports Broadcasting II
   •  COMM 2327 - Introduction to Advertising
   •  COMM 2330 - Introduction to Public Relations
   •  COMM 2331 - Radio/Television Announcing
   •  COMM 2339 - Writing for Radio, Television, and Film
   •  COMM 2366 - Introduction to Film
   •  COSC 1309 - Logic Design
   •  COSC 1415 - Fundamentals of Programming
   •  COSC 2330 - Discrete Mathematics and its Applications
   •  COSC 2415 - Data Structures (Fundamentals of Programming II)
   •  CPMT 1405 - IT Essentials 1: PC Hardware and Software
   •  CPMT 2334 - Network Security
   •  CRIJ 1301 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CRIJ 1306 - Court Systems and Practices
   •  CRIJ 1307 - Crime in America
   •  CRIJ 1310 - Fundamentals of Criminal Law
   •  CRIJ 1313 - Juvenile Justice System
   •  CRIJ 2301 - Community Resources in Corrections
   •  CRIJ 2313 - Correctional Systems and Practices
   •  CRIJ 2314 - Criminal Investigation
   •  CRIJ 2323 - Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement
   •  CRIJ 2328 - Police Systems and Practices
   •  CSME 1310 - Introduction to Haircutting and Related Theory
   •  CSME 1401 - Orientation to Cosmetology
   •  CSME 1405 - Fundamentals of Cosmetology
   •  CSME 1434 - Cosmetology Instructor I
   •  CSME 1435 - Orientation to the Instruction of Cosmetology
   •  CSME 1443 - Manicuring and Related Theory
   •  CSME 1447 - Principles of Skin Care/Facials and Related Theory
   •  CSME 1451 - Artistry of Hair, Theory and Practice
   •  CSME 1453 - Chemical Reformation and Related Theory
   •  CSME 2337 - Advanced Cosmetology Techniques
   •  CSME 2343 - Salon Development
   •  CSME 2401 - Principles of Hair Coloring and Related Theory
   •  CSME 2414 - Cosmetology Instructor II
   •  CSME 2415 - Cosmetology Instructor III
   •  CSME 2439 - Advanced Hair Design
   •  CSME 2441 - Preparation for the State Licensing Examination
   •  CSME 2444 - Cosmetology Instructor IV
   •  DAAC 1304 - Pharmacology of Addiction
   •  DEMR 1230 - Steering and Suspension I
   •  DEMR 1301 - Shop Safety and Procedures
   •  DEMR 1313 - Fuel Systems
   •  DEMR 1317 - Brake Systems
   •  DEMR 1323 - Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Troubleshooting and Repair
   •  DEMR 1405 - Basic Electrical Systems
   •  DEMR 1406 - Diesel Engine I
   •  DEMR 1410 - Diesel Engine Testing and Repair I
   •  DEMR 1416 - Basic Hydraulics
   •  DEMR 1442 - Power Train Applications I
   •  DEMR 1449 - Diesel Engine II
   •  DEMR 2334 - Advanced Diesel Tune-Up and Troubleshooting
   •  DEMR 2348 - Failure Analysis
   •  DEMR 2432 - Electronic Controls
   •  DEMR 2434 - Advanced Diesel Tune-Up and Troubleshooting
   •  DEMR 2445 - Power Train Applications II
   •  DFTG 1302 - Introduction to Technical Animation and Rendering
   •  DFTG 1305 - Technical Drafting
   •  DFTG 1309 - Basic Computer-Aided Drafting
   •  DFTG 1317 - Architectural Drafting-Residential
   •  DFTG 1345 - Parametric Modeling and Design
   •  DFTG 2300 - Intermediate Architectural Drafting-Residential
   •  DFTG 2302 - Machine Drafting
   •  DFTG 2317 - Descriptive Geometry
   •  DFTG 2321 - Topographical Drafting
   •  DFTG 2323 - Pipe Drafting
   •  DFTG 2327 - Landscape Drafting
   •  DFTG 2328 - Architectural Drafting-Commercial
   •  DFTG 2332 - Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting
 

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