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South Plains College    
 
    
 
  Oct 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 General 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.

 
   •  PSYC 2319 - Social Psychology
   •  PSYT 1164 - Practicum-Clinical Psychology
   •  PSYT 1165 - Practicum-Clinical Psychology
   •  PSYT 1309 - Health Psychology
   •  PSYT 1332 - Basic Anatomy and Physiology
   •  PSYT 1374 - Introduction to Rehabilitation Services
   •  PSYT 1375 - Race and Ethnic Relationships
   •  PSYT 1429 - Interviewing and Communication Skills
   •  PSYT 2303 - Social Psychology
   •  PSYT 2331 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSYT 2335 - Family Systems
   •  PTHA 1301 - The Profession of Physical Therapy
   •  PTHA 1321 - Pathophysiology for the Physical Therapy Assistant
   •  PTHA 1405 - Basic Patient Care Skills
   •  PTHA 1413 - Functional Anatomy
   •  PTHA 1431 - Physical Agents
   •  PTHA 2250 - Current Concepts in Physical Therapy
   •  PTHA 2260 - Clinical-Physical Therapist Assistant I
   •  PTHA 2339 - Professional Issues
   •  PTHA 2409 - Therapeutic Exercise
   •  PTHA 2435 - Rehabilitation Techniques
   •  PTHA 2461 - Clinical-Physical Therapist Assistant II
   •  PTHA 2562 - Clinical-Physical Therapist Assistant III
   •  PTRT 1324 - Petroleum Instrumentation
   •  RADR 1213 - Principles of Radiographic Imaging I
   •  RADR 1266 - Practicum-Radiologic Technology/Science-Radiographer
   •  RADR 1309 - Introduction to Radiography and Patient Care
   •  RADR 1360 - Clinical-Radiographic Technology/Science-Radiographer
   •  RADR 1411 - Basic Radiographic Procedures
   •  RADR 2235 - Radiologic Technology Seminar
   •  RADR 2301 - Intermediate Radiographic Procedures
   •  RADR 2305 - Principles of Radiographic Imaging II
   •  RADR 2309 - Radiographic Imaging Equipment
   •  RADR 2313 - Radiation Biology and Protection
   •  RADR 2333 - Advanced Medical Imaging
   •  RADR 2366 - Practicum-Radiologic Technology/Science-Radiographer
   •  RADR 2367 - Practicum-Radiologic Technology/Science-Radiographer
   •  RBPT 2345 - Onsite Power Generation and Renewable Energy
   •  RBTC 1305 - Robotic Fundamentals
   •  READ 0301 - College Reading Strategies
   •  READ 1314 - Technical and Scientific Reading
   •  RELE 1200 - Contract Forms and Addenda
   •  RELE 1203 - Real Estate Appraisal
   •  RELE 1207 - Real Estate Investments
   •  RELE 1209 - Real Estate Law
   •  RELE 1211 - Law of Contracts
   •  RELE 1215 - Property Management
   •  RELE 1219 - Real Estate Finance
   •  RELE 1221 - Real Estate Marketing
   •  RELE 1225 - Real Estate Mathematics
   •  RELE 1323 - Real Estate Computer Application
   •  RELE 1335 - Real Estate Construction
   •  RELE 1406 - Real Estate Principles
   •  RELE 2171 - Real Estate Skills Assessment
   •  RELE 2201 - Law of Agency
   •  RELE 2231 - Real Estate Brokerage
   •  RNSG 1105 - Nursing Skills I
   •  RNSG 1115 - Health Assessment
   •  RNSG 1144 - Nursing Skills II
   •  RNSG 1146 - Legal and Ethical Issues for Nurses
   •  RNSG 1160 - Clinical Nursing (RN Training) Foundations
   •  RNSG 1209 - Introduction to Nursing
   •  RNSG 1412 - Nursing Care of the Childbearing and Child Rearing Family
   •  RNSG 1413 - Foundations for Nursing Practice
   •  RNSG 1441 - Common Concepts of Adult Health
   •  RNSG 1443 - Complex Concepts of Adult Health
   •  RNSG 2121 - Professional Nursing: Leadership & Management
   •  RNSG 2130 - Professional Nursing Review and Licensure Preparation
   •  RNSG 2213 - Mental Health Nursing
   •  RNSG 2260 - Clinical Nursing (RN Training) Adaptation
   •  RNSG 2261 - Clinical (RN Training) Mental Health Nursing
   •  RNSG 2307 - Adaptation to Role of Professional Nurse
   •  RNSG 2460 - Clinical Nursing (RN Training) Common Concepts
   •  RNSG 2461 - Clinical Nursing (RN Training) Complex Concepts of Adult Health
   •  RNSG 2462 - Clinical Nursing (RN Training) Maternal/Child
   •  RSPT 1160 - Clinical-Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist
   •  RSPT 1207 - Cardiopulmonary Anatomy and Physiology
   •  RSPT 1227 - Applied Physics for Respiratory Care
   •  RSPT 1240 - Advanced Cardiopulmonary Anatomy and Physiology
   •  RSPT 1266 - Practicum (or Field Experience)-Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist
   •  RSPT 1267 - Practicum (or Field Experience)- Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist
   •  RSPT 1325 - Respiratory Care Sciences
   •  RSPT 1331 - Respiratory Care Fundamentals II
   •  RSPT 1429 - Respiratory Care Fundamentals I
   •  RSPT 2130 - Examination Preparation
   •  RSPT 2131 - Simulations in Respiratory Care
   •  RSPT 2210 - Cardiopulmonary Disease
   •  RSPT 2217 - Respiratory Care Pharmacology
   •  RSPT 2247 - Specialties in Respiratory Care
   •  RSPT 2266 - Practicum (or Field Experience) - Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist
   •  RSPT 2267 - Practicum (or Field Experience) - Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist
   •  RSPT 2314 - Mechanical Ventilation
   •  RSPT 2325 - Cardiopulmonary Diagnostics
   •  RSPT 2353 - Neonatal/Pediatric Cardio-Pulmonary Care
   •  SCIT 1318 - Applied Physics I
   •  SOCI 1301 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  SOCI 1306 - Social Problems
   •  SOCI 2301 - Marriage and the Family
   •  SOCI 2306 - Human Sexuality
   •  SOCI 2336 - Criminology
 

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