Degrees & Certificates

  • Allied+Health

    Emergency Medical Science A.A.S.

    Emergency Medical Science

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    The Associate of Applied Science in Emergency Medical Science is the result of formal agreements between St. Charles Community College and RespondRight EMS Academy (REMSA) Educational Division, as well as an agreement between St. Charles Community College and St. Charles County Ambulance District (SCCAD). The college grants 30 credit hours toward the A.A.S. degree for students who submit proof of passing the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Exam.  These credit hours will be granted at the completion of all the other A.A.S. degree requirements. See an academic advisor if you have or plan to take the NREMT Exam. Students may begin taking the additional hours required at SCC at any time but will only be awarded the additional 30 hours when the above requirement is met.
    General Education Requirements: 31-32
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics

    MAT 105 or
    MAT 121

    Applied Math or
    Intermediate Algebra
    3 or 4
    Communication ENG 101
    Any LIT
    SPE 101
    English Composition I
    Any LIT
    Oral Communications
    3
    3
    3
    Social Science HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History Since 1945
    American Government
    State & Local Government
    3
    Natural Science CHM 101/103 Introduction to Chemistry & Laboratory 4
    Humanities PHL 160 Ethics 3
    Elective BTC(BAS)CPT 103
    PSY 101
    PSY 216
    Microcomputer Applications
    Introduction to Psychology
    Abnormal Psychology
    3
    3
    3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 30
    This requirement is fulfilled by submitting proof of passing the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Exam. These credit hours will be granted at the completion of all the other A.A.S. degree requirements.
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 61-62



  • Nursing A.S.

    Health

    Associate of Science Degree

    Description:
    The Nursing Program at SCC includes courses in science and liberal arts, as well as nursing. Nursing courses consist of lecture and laboratory periods and include carefully planned clinical experiences in local health care facilities. Clinicals begin early in the first semester and increase in length of time and complexity of skill as the program progresses. A well-equipped lab on campus allows students to practice thaw skills. Flexible scheduling allows students to choose between day and evening courses and clinical experiences.

    The total program must yield a cumulative grade point average of 2.0, and all nursing and science courses must have earned a grade of "B" or above. Effective 2013.
    General Education Requirements 31
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102 or
    Any LIT 

    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Any LIT
    3
    3
    Social Science

    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102
    HIS 115 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102
    PSY 101
    SOC 101

    US History

    American Government


    Intro to Psychology
    Intro to Sociology
    3

    3


    3

    Natural Science CHM 101,103 or
    CHM 106
    BIO 240, 243
    BIO 241, 244
    BIO 245, 247
    Intro to Chemistry & Lab
    Chemistry for Allied Health
    Anatomy & Physiology I & Lab
    Anatomy & Physiology II &Lab
    Microbiology & Lab
    4
    4
    4
    4
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 41
      NUR103,113,123 Introduction to Nursing (Lecture, Lab, Clinical)  9

    NUR 104,114,124 

    Nursing of Adults/Children I (Lecture, Lab, Clinical) 

    11
    NUR 253, 263,273  Nursing of Adults/Children III (Lecture, Lab, Clinical)  10

    NUR 254, 264, 274

    Nursing of Adults/Children IV (Lecture, Lab, Clinical) 11
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 72

    NURSING TRANSFER PROGRAM Associate of Science

    This program prepares graduates to take the national licensure exam for registered nurses (RN). Graduates of this program may also be eligible to continue their education at a four-year institution. SCC has developed transfer agreements with nursing programs at senior institutions.

    All required science courses must have been taken within five years from the start of the program and passed with a "B" or better.

    The prerequisite for Introduction to Chemistry is a "C" or above in Beginning Algebra (MAT 098) or assessing higher.

    The prerequisite for Anatomy & Physiology I is high school biology or its equivalent within the last five years with a grade of "C" or above. If a biology class was taken more than five years ago, students may take BIO 095 (Pre-A&P).

    For specific admissions requirements that apply to the two-year nursing program at SCC, see Admissions and Records, or call vocational counseling at 636-922-8246.

    For more information, call 636-922-8246.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 9
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    NUR 103 Intro to Nursing 9
    NUR 113 Intro to Nursing Lab
    NUR 123 Intro to Nursing Clinical
    (Includes 12 hours per week of clinical)
    SECOND SEMESTER 11
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    NUR 104 Nursing of Adults & Children I 11
    NUR 114 Nursing of Adults & Children I Lab
    NUR 124 Nursing of Adults & Children I Clinical
    (Includes 12 hours per week of clinical)
    THIRD SEMESTER 10
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    NUR 253 Nursing of Adults & Children III 10
    NUR 263 Nursing of Adults & Children III Lab
    NUR 273 Nursing of Adults & Children III Clinical
    (Includes 12 hours per week of clinical)
    FOURTH SEMESTER 11
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    NUR 254 Nursing of Adults & Children IV 11
    NUR 264 Nursing of Adults & Children IV Lab
    NUR 274 Nursing of adults & Children IV Clinical
      (Includes 16 hours per week of clinical)
    Total Hours Required for Graduation 72




  • Practical Nursing C.A.

    Health

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    The practical nursing program at SCC teaches students to provide direct care for patients through classroom and campus laboratory work as well as on-site training in hospital, geriatric and other health care settings.

    The practical nursing program is fully approved by the Missouri State Board of Nursing.

    Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are eligible to apply to take the National Licensure Exam for Practical Nurses. However, completion of this program does not guarantee licensure. The state board may refuse licensure to applicants who may jeopardize the well-being of Missouri citizens.

    "The Missouri State Board of Nursing may refuse to issue any certificate of registration or authority, permit or license required pursuant to this chapter for one or any combination of causes stated in subsection 2 of this section. (1-14) 1990." RSMO 335.066.
    General Education Requirements 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Communication ENG 096 or 
    ENG 101
    Developmental Writing II or
    English Composition I
    3
    Social Science

    PSY 101
    SOC 151 or
    SOC 251 or
    PSY 225

    Into to Psychology
    Gerontology or
    Aspect of Aging or
    Psychology of Aging
    3
    3
    Natural Science

    BIO 240/243
    BIO 241/244

    Anatomy & Physiology I
    Anatomy & Physiology II

    4
    4

    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 33
    NPN 100 Personal & Vocational Concepts 1
    NPN 101/111/121 Fundamentals of Nursing 7
    NPN 102/112 Maternal Child Nursing 6
    NPN 151/161/171 Medical-Surgical Nursing I 11
    NPN 152/162/172 Medical-Surgical Nursing II 8
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 50

    For more information, contact 636-922-8280.




  • Pre-Health Professions Transfer Program (Medical, Dental, Optometry, Pharmacy, Veterinary) Schedule Guide

    Health

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credit.
    First Semester
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 180 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I 5  
    BIO 150 (101) General Biology I 4  
    CHM 115 (110/113) General Chemistry I 5  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   18
           
    Second Semester
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
    CHM 116 (111/114) General Chemistry II 5  
    BIO 151 (102) General Biology II 4  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
      TOTAL   15
           
    Third Semester
    CHM 240 Organic Chemistry I and    
    CHM 122 Quantitative Analysis or    
    PHY 150/153 General Physics I with Lab++ 5-6  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
      Social Science 3  
      Humanities (Group II) 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      TOTAL   17-18
           
    Fourth Semester
    CHM 241/243 Organic Chemistry II or    
    PHY 151/154 General Physics I with Lab++ 4-5  
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
      Humanities 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   17-18
           
    Total Hours Required for Graduation 64

    The student who plans to prepare for one of the areas of pre-health professions needs to contact the school(s) to which he/she plans to apply for admission requirements. Schools vary in their entrance requirements for their programs. The above courses are a general course of study that is common for various health professional schools. A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 is advised. Usually, students may major in any field of study, provided they take courses that will also fulfill admission requirements for the professional school. It is wise for students to choose a major field of study that they would want to pursue in the event they do not go to the professional school. Planning for an alterative career is strongly advised as admission to professional schools is highly competitive, highly selective and limited.

    ++Some professional schools need PHY 240 and 241, College Physics, instead of PHY 150 and 151, General Physics. The Organic Chemistry sequence or Physics sequence should be taken. Whichever sequence is not taken at SCC will need to be taken at the transfer college.

    Students who determine their major field of study and transfer institution are in the best position to take appropriate transfer courses at SCC. Generally, courses taken that meet the Associate of Arts Degree requirements are readily accepted by Missouri four-year institutions and meet the general education requirements at many public four-year institutions. However, some four-year institutions are more strict than others in accepting credits. Consequently, students should contact their transfer institution for final determination of transferability. Should you experience difficulty transferring your SCC coursework to another institution, contact the  vice president for student services for assistance with an appeal to the receiving institution.

    SCC's 42-semester-hour general education block of credit complies with the statewide general education policy. Students who complete this 42-hour block of credit will meet the requirement for the 42-hour block of general education credit for signatory institutions in the state of Missouri . See the CBHE Web site,http://www.dhe.mo.gov/gectinstitutions.shtml for the list of colleges who will accept the 42-hour block. Courses taken in addition to general education requirements need to be carefully chosen to ensure that each course applies to the baccalaureate graduation requirements for the program of study at the college to which you intend to transfer. It is the transfer student's responsibility to become familiar with the specific major and graduation requirements of the baccalaureate institution to which you intend to transfer.

    Students wanting to earn an Associate of Arts Degree are responsible for completing the graduation requirements for the college catalog in effect at the time of their initial enrollment or any subsequent catalog provided the student does not discontinue enrollment for two consecutive semesters (excluding summer) or more. Students who discontinue enrollment for two consecutive semesters or more are required to follow the catalog in effect at the time of their return.

    The italicized courses are recommended, not required, to be taken for the elective hours needed for the degree. Elective courses should be chosen based on the student's major and transfer institution. COL 101 is required for all first time freshmen taking 9 or more hours in Spring or Fall, or 5 or more hours in Summer.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Psychology/Sociology Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Health

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credit.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher

    College Algebra/Contemporary College Math

    3-4  
    PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology or 3  
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology    
      Social Science-Group I 3  
      Humanities Course-Group I 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Humanities/Foreign Language* 3-4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 6  
      Natural Science with Lab 4  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Third Semester      
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
      Humanities/Foreign Language* 3-4  
      Social Science 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 6  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Natural Science 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing/Foreign Lang.* 3-4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 6  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16-17
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64

    *Many universities require three semesters of the same foreign language for a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree; a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree does not typically require foreign language. Check with your transfer institution to see which degree best meets your educational and career goals.

    For more information call 636-922-8241. 




  • Health Information Technology A.S.

    Health

    Associate of Science Degree

    Description:
    Students in Health Information Technology (HIT), will receive the guidance of a talented, caring faculty dedicated to producing competent health care professionals. Training includes courses in general education, anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, medical terminology, pharmacology, legal aspects of health care, health care statistics, health information technology, and practical experience in approved health care facilities.

    The HIT program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). Contact information: CAHIIM c/o AHIMA, 233 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 2150, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1131, www.cahiim.org.

    After successfully completing the two-year HIT program, graduates are eligible to write the national exam leading to accreditation as a Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT).

    Effective Fall 2013 a 2.5 cumulative overall grade point average must be achieved. All grades in the Health Information classes must maintain a 2.5 grade point average as well. All grades in biology courses must be C or better and must be no more than 5 years old at the time of graduation from the program. Students need to have successfully completed Beginning Algebra before taking Health Care Statistics by either placing into Intermediate Algebra on the Academic Skills Assessment or earn a grade of "C" or above in Beginning Algebra.

    The Academic Skills Assessment is required before enrolling in math or English courses. If you place into lower level courses than those that are required for the degree, then you must first take those courses before beginning the above curriculum. A student who already has taken college Math or English courses or has taken the assessment tests at another college within the past two years may be able to waive the assessment. If minimum assessment test scores are not met, students will be required to complete ENG 096 and MAT 096 prior to admission and strongly urged to complete MAT 098, beginning algebra prior to admission. MAT 098 must be completed prior to the last semester of the program. Contact the Student Development office for more information.

    You must demonstrate acceptable health status and pass drug and background checks in order to participate in directed practicums.

    The ACT Test must be taken within the last five years at time of admission to the program. A composite score of 18 or greater must be achieved effective Fall 2013. This requirement may be waived if the student has an Associate or Bachelor's degree.
    General Education Requirements: 32
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 102 or
    Any LIT
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Any LIT
    Oral Communications 

    3
    3

    3

    Social Science

    PSY101
    SOC 101
    Any HIS OR
    Any POL

    Intro to Psychology
    Intro to Sociology
    Any US History OR
    Any American Government**

    3
    3

    3

    Natural Science

    BIO 240/243
    BIO 241/244
    BIO 265

    Anatomy & Physiology I*
    Anatomy & Physiology II
    Pathophysiology

    4
    4
    3

    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 37
    HIT 110 Medical Terminology I 3
    HIT 115 Pharmacology & Diagnostic Procedures 3
    HIT 120/121 Health Care Data & Lab 3
      HIT 125/126 Health Care Technology & Lab 3
    HIT 128 Electronic Health Records 1
    HIT 150 Directed Practicum I 1
    HIT 200 Directed Practicum II 3
    HIT 220/221 Nosology & Lab 3
    HIT 238 Health Care Legal, & Ethical Issues 3
    HIT 241 Health Care Statistics + 2
    HIT 243 Quality Management & Performance Improvement 3
    HIT 250 Directed Practicum III 3
    HIT 260 Health Information Management Seminar 2
    HIT 270/271 CPT Coding & Lab 2
    HIT 280 Healthcare Billing and Reimbursement Issues 2
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 69

    NOTES:

    1. *Prerequisite:  High School biology or equivalent coursework within the last five years.
    2. **Choose one of the following: HIS 101, HIS 102, HIS 115, POL 101, POL 102.
    3. +Students must assess into MAT 121 or have earned a C or higher in MAT 098.
        

    To begin Health Information Technology courses, student must be ready to take ENG 101, MAT 098, and BAS/CPT103, if they have not already been taken.

    Curriculum subject to revision to meet CAHIIM requirements.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    HIT 110 Medical Terminology 3
    HIT 120/121 Health Care Data 3
    BIO 240/243 Anatomy & Physiology I * 4
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    SECOND SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    HIT 115 Pharmacology & Diaq. Procedures 3
    HIT 125/126 Health Care Technologies 3
    HIT 128 Electronic Health Records 1
    HIT 150 Directed Practicum I 1
    BIO 241/244 Anatomy & Physiology II 4
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    SUMMER SEMESTER 6
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 102 or LIT English Composition II or Literature 3
    PSY 101 Intro to Psychology 3
    THIRD SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    HIT 200 Directed Practicum II 3
    HIT 220/221 Nosology 3
    HIT 238 Healthcare Legal and Ethical Issues 3
    BIO 265 Pathophysiology 3
    HIS/POL History or Government ** 3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    HIT 241 Health Care Statistics + 2
    HIT 243 Quality Management and Performance Improvement 3
    HIT 250 Directed Practicum III 3
    HIT 260 Health Information Management Seminar 2
    HIT 270/271 CPT Coding 2
    HIT 280 Healthcare Billing and Reimbursement Issues 2
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3

    NOTES:

    1. *Prerequisite:   High School biology or equivalent coursework within the last five years.
    2. **Choose one of the following: HIS 101, HIS 102, HIS 115, POL 101, POL 102.
    3. +Students must assess into MAT 121 or have earned a C or higher in MAT 098.

    To begin Health Information Technology courses, student must be ready to take ENG 101, MAT 098, and BAS/CPT103, if they have not already been taken.

    Curriculum subject to revision to meet CAHIIM requirements.




  • Occupational Therapy Assistant A.A.S.

    Health

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:

    The Occupational Therapy Assistant program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), located at 4720 Montgomery Lane, Suite 200, Bethesda, MD 20814. AOTE's phone number c/o   301-652-AOTA and its Web address is www.acoteonline.org. Graduates will be able to sit for the national certification examination for the occupational therapy assistant administered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT). After successful completion of this exam, the individual will be a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA). Many states, including Missouri, require licensure in order to practice; however, state licenses are usually based on the results of the NBCOT certification examination.

    Note: Clinical facilities require criminal background checks, drug screenings, child abuse clearance checks, etc. in order for students to participate in fieldwork activities and rotations. A felony conviction may affect a graduate's ability to sit for the NBCOT certification examination and/or may prevent an individual from obtaining a license to practice. Student may wish to contact the program coordinator for additional information prior to enrolling in a program of study. Information obtained through various screening procedures may prevent entry into the OTA program.

    Note: All OTA students must complete Level II fieldwork within 18 months following completion of academic preparation.

    General Education Requirements 35
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Technical Writing or
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications
    3
    3

    3
    Social Science PSY 101
    PSY 210
    HIS/POL
    Intro to Psychology
    Human Growth & Development
    History/ Political Science
    3
    3
    3
    Natural Science BIO 240/243
    BIO 241/244
    BIO 270/271
    Anatomy & Physiology I

    Anatomy & Physiology II

    Kinesiology
    4

    4

    3
    Humanities Any ART, BUS/CPT 105, DAN 196, 197, 198, 199, EDU 125, LIT, MUS, PHL, THE, or Foreign Language 3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 40
    OTA 100 Fundamentals of OTA I 4
    OTA 103 Adaptive Activities I 2
    OTA 102/112 Fundamentals of OTA II & Lab 4
    OTA 104/114 Adaptive Activities II & Lab 2
    OTA 203/213 Fundamentals of OTA III & Lab 5
    OTA 204/214 Fundamentals of OTA IV & Lab 4
    OTA 207/217 Health & Disease & Lab 4
    OTA 209 Health Occupations Seminar 2
    OTA 218 Adaptive Living Skills Lab 4
    OTA 210 OTA Practicum I 4
    OTA 211 OTA Practicum II 4
    OTA 298 OTA Capstone 1
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 75



  • Art

    Graphic Design A.A.S.

    Graphic Design

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    Combining traditional art fundamentals with cutting-edge technology, the Graphic Design AAS degree consists of comprehensive coursework that prepares students for a variety of jobs, including Web design, video editing, computer animation, print production, and others. These skills can be applied to many jobs including:
    • advertising
    • promotion
    • printing
    • broadcast
    • the cinema
    This degree encompasses all current and near-future baseline skills required by graphic employers and includes information and techniques designed to maximize student's employability.
    General Education Requirements

    24
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 105 Applied Math 3
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102 OR
    ENG 115 OR
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II OR
    Technical Writing OR
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications

    9
    Social Science

    HIS 101 OR 
    HIS 102 OR
    HIS 115 OR
    HIS 270 OR 
    POL 101 OR
    POL 102 

    US History to 1877 OR 
    US History since 1877 OR 
    US History since 1945 OR
    History of Missouri OR 
    American Government OR
    State & Local Government

    3

    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, PHY 3
    Humanities

    Any ART
    BUS 105 or
    CPT 105
    DAN 196, 197, 198, 199
    EDU 125
    Any LIT
    Any MUS
    Any PHL
    Any THE
    Any Foreign Language

    3
    Elective

    Any ANT
    Any ART
    Any BIO
    Any CHM
    BTC/CPT 103 OR
    CPT 115 OR
    EDU 125 OR
    EDU 220
    Any ECO
    Any ENG
    Any GEO
    Any HIS
    Any LIT
    Any MAT
    Any MUS
    Any PHE
    Any PHL
    Any POL
    Any PSY
    Any SOC
    Any SPE
    Any THE

    3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 40
    ART 110 Drawing I 3
    ART 120 Drawing II 3
    ART 150 Art History I 3
    ART 170 Design I 2
    ART 180 Design II 2
    ART 190 Macintosh Basics 2
    ART 285 Sculpture I 3
    ART 290 Page Layout on the Macintosh 4
    ART 291 Digital Imaging 3
    ART 292 Graphic Design for the Web 3
    ART 293 Video Production and Protfolio Development (capstone embedded) 3
    ART 220 Black and White Photography I 3
    ART 260 Printmaking I 3
    ART 270 Commercial Illustration I 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES: 3
    Any ART 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 67

    Courses by Semester

    FALL SEMESTER 13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ART 110 Drawing I 3
    ART 170 Design I 2
    ART 150 Art History I 3
    ART 190 Macintosh Basics 2
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    SPRING SEMESTER 14
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ART 190 Design II 2
    ART 290 Page Layout on the Macintosh 3

    ENG 115 OR
    ENG 125

    Technical Writing
    Business Writing
    3
    MAT 105 Applied Math 3

    PSY 101 OR
    SOC 101

    Intro to Psychology
    Intro to Sociology

    3
    SUMMER SEMESTER 9
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ART 120 Drawing II 3
    ART 291A Digital Imaging 3
    Any ART Art Elective 3
    FALL SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH

    HIS or
    POL

    3
    ART 285 Sculpture 3
    ART 270 Commercial Illustration 3
    PHL 160 Ethics 3
    ART 292A Graphic Design for the Web 3
    SPRING SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ART 260 Printmaking I 3
    ART 220 Black and White Photography I 3
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    ART 293 Video Production and Portfolio Development 3
    Natural Science 3



  • Print Media C.S.

    Graphic Design

    Certificate of Specialization

    Description:
    Earning a Certificate of Specialization in Print Media provides a way for students to upgrade existing or to learn new skills in the area of print media. Students will be awarded this certificiate only upon successful completion of all the following courses.
    General Education Requirements 0
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 17
    ART 110 Drawing I 3
    ART 170 Design I 2
    ART 190 Macintosh Basics 2
    ART 260 Printmaking I 3
    ART 290 Page Layout on the Macintosh 4
    ART 291A Digital Imaging 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 17



  • Art/Graphic Design Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Graphic Design

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credits.
    First Semester   
    ART 110 Drawing I 3  
    ART 150 Survey of Western Art History I 3  
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra, Contemporary College Math 3-4  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Second Semester   
    ART 120 Drawing II 3  
    ART 151 Survey of Western Art History II 3  
    ART 170 Design I 2  
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
      Natural Science 3-4  
      TOTAL   17-18
           
    Third Semester   
      Social Science 3  
    ART 180 Design II 2  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Natural Science with Lab 4  
      Humanities (Group II) 3-4  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Fourth Semester   
    ART 210 Figure Drawing 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing 3  
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Computer Science 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16
     
    Total Hours Required For Graduation 64

    For more information call 636-922-8241




  • Business

    Accounting C.S.

    Business Administration

    Certificate of Specialization

    Description:
    A Certificate of Specialization in Accounting targets people already in the workforce, seeking to improve skills or wanting to obtain new skills. The specialized certificate contains 16 credit hours, no General Education credits and consists of five classes.
    General Education Requirements 0
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 10
    ACT 101 Applied Accounting** 3
    ACT 110 Financial Accounting 4
    ACT 115 Computerized Accounting 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES: Pick Two (2) 6
    Any ACT 3
    Any BUS 3
    Any ECO 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 15

    ** If the student has an accounting background or experience, ACT 101 can be waived




  • Business Administration A.A.S.

    Business Administration

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:

    New jobs in business are being created all the time. People with broad-based business training will have many career doors open to them.

    SCC's Business Administration programs begin with the basics. There are general education courses in communication, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and science. There are basic business courses to develop knowledge and skills in accounting, economics, finance, marketing, and management. There are also advanced courses in each of these areas. This extensive business education will broaden horizons, encourage maturity, and enable you to handle unique situations as they arise in your career.

    Students who enroll in Business Administration programs at St. Charles Community College may complete the first two years of work toward a bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university, a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree, or a one-year Certificate of Achievement.


    General Education Requirements

    31
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 121***

    Intermediate Algebra (or higher)

    4
    Communication

    ENG 101***
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    Technical Writing or
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications 

    3
    3

    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or 102 or 115
    or POL 101 or 102#

    US History or American Government

    3

    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, PHY# 3
    Humanities

    BUS 105

    Business Ethics 3
    Electives

    ECO 110
    Any 2 from ACT, BUS, ECO, MAT 175, or GEO 120

    Principles of Macroeconomic*

    3
    6

    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 26
    ACT 110*   ** Financial Accounting I  4
    ACT 130 Managerial Accounting I 3
    BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
    BUS 201 Principles of Management 3
    BUS 220 Principles of Finance 3
    BUS 230 Principles of Marketing 3
    BUS 298 Business Administration Capstone 1
    CPT/BTC(BAS) 103 or
    CPT 115
    Microcomputer Applications
    Into to Data Processing
    3
    ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics* 3
    Choose one of the following options: 9
    Management Option: BUS 204 Total Quality Operations Management 3
    BUS 206 Human Resource Management 3
    BUS 210 Organizational Behavior 3
    Marketing Option: BUS 232 Advertising/Sales Promotion 3
    BUS 236 Consumer Behavior 3
    BUS 238 Personal Selling 3
    Accounting Option: ACT 115 Computerized Accounting 3
    ACT 210 Intermediate Accounting I 3
    ACT 240 Individual Income Tax Accounting 3
    Finance Option: ACT 105 Personal Accounting & Finance 3
    ECO 220 Money and Banking 3
    Elective from ACT, BUS, ECO, GEO 120 or MAT 175 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 66

    *Has a prerequisite of MAT 098 Beginning Algebra or assessment placement of Intermediate Algebra.

    ** ACT 110 also has a prerequisite of ACT 101, high school accounting or departmental approval.

    ***The Academic Skills Assessment is required before enrolling in Math or English courses. If a student places into lower level courses than are required for his/her degree, then the student needs to first enroll in such courses before enrolling in the required courses.

    #Specific courses required for Humanities, Natural Sciences and Social Science can be found in the College Catalog under Associate of Applied Science Degree Graduation Requirements.

    For more information, call 636-922-8334.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I*** 3
    ACT 110 Financial Accounting I** 4
    BUS 101 Intro to Business 3
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    CPT 103 or
    CPT 115

    Microcomputer Applications or
    Intro to Data Processing

    3
    SECOND SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ACT 130 Managerial Accounting 3
    ECO 110 Macroeconomics 3
    MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra or higher*** 4
    BUS 201 Principles of Management 3
    BUS 230 Principles of Marketing 3
    THIRD SEMESTER 18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 115 or 
    ENG 125

    Technical Writing or
    Business Writing

    3
    Social Sciences# HIS 101, or 102, or 115, or POL 101, or 102 3
    Natural Sciences # Any BIO, or CHM, or PHY 3
    Elective Any ACT, BUS, MAT 175, GEO 120, or ECO 3
    BUS 220 Principles of Finance 3
    BUS Program Option (see above) 3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3
    BUS 105 Business Ethics3
    Elective Any ACT, BUS, ECO, MAT 175 or GEO 120 3
      Pick 2 BUS Program Options (see above) 6
    BUS 298 Business Administration Capstone 1
    Total Hours Required for Graduation 66




  • Business Administration C.A.

    Business Administration

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    General education Requirements
    Must Include: CPT 103, CPT 105, MAT 121
    13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 098 Beginning Algebra or higher 4
    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 102
    ENG 115
    ENG 125
    SPE 101
    English Composition I
    English Composition II

    Technical Writing
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications
    3
    Social Science ECO 100 or
    ECO 110*
    Survey Economics or
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3
    Elective CPT/BTC 103 or
    CPT 115
    Microcomputer Applications
    Introduction to Data Processing
    3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 6-7
    ACT 101 or
    ACT 110**
    Applied Accounting
    Financial Accounting I
    3
    4
    BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES 12
    Management Option BUS 201
    BUS 206
    BUS 210
    Principles of Management
    Human Resource Management
    Organizational Behavior
    3
    3
    3
    Marketing Option BUS 230
    BUS 232
    BUS 236
    Principles of Marketing
    Advertising/Sales Promotion
    Consumer Behavior
    3
    3
    3
    Accounting Option ACT 115
    ACT 130
    ACT 240
    Computerized Accounting
    Managerial Accounting
    Individual Income Tax Accounting
    3
    3
    3
    Finance Option BUS 220
    ECO 120
    ECO 220
    Business Finance
    Principles of Microeconomics
    Money and Banking
    3
    3
    3
    Any ACT
    Any BUS
    Any ECO
    MAT 175
    GEO 120
    3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 31-32

    * Required for Finance option

    ** Required for Accounting & Finance option




  • Management C.S.

    Business Administration

    Certificate of Specialization

    Description:
    A Certificate of Specialization in Management targets people already in the workforce, seeking to improve skills or wanting to obtain new skills. The specialized certificate contains 15 credit hours, no General Education credits and consists of five classes.
    General Education Requirements 0
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 6
    BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
    BUS 201 Principles of Management 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES: Pick Three (3) 9
    Any ACT 3
    Any BUS 3
    Any ECO 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 15



  • Business Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Business Administration

    Associate of Arts Degree

    (Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing)

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credits.
    First Semester   
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160 College Algebra 4  
      Natural Science 3-4  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   17-18
           
    Second Semester   
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
    MAT 175 Introductory Statistics* 3  
    ECO 110 Prin. of Macroeconomics 3  
      Humanities (Group II) 3  
      Lab Science Course 4  
      TOTAL   16
           
    Third Semester   
    ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution+ 3-4  
    ACT 110 Financial Accounting I 4  
      Multicultural/Valuing 3  
    CPT 103 OR Microcomputer Applications OR    
    CPT 115 Intro to Data Processing+ 3  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Fourth Semester   
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution+ 3  
      Humanities (PHL 160 recommended) 3  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
    ACT 130 Managerial Accounting+ 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16
           
         
    Total Hours Required for Graduation   64

    *Math requirements vary at different institutions.

    +Please note that all Business majors should prioritize taking the Accounting and Economics sequences since those courses are the most commonly transferable business courses. Business, math, and computer requirements vary widely at different institutions. Be sure to check transferability to your specific transfer school before choosing business, math, and computer courses. Common Business Elective Courses: BUS 101, BUS 246, BUS 201, BUS 230, and MAT 210.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Banking/Finance C.S.

    Business Administration

    Certificate of Specialization

    Description:
    A Certificate of Specialization in Finance targets people already in the workforce, seeking to improve skills or wanting to obtain new skills. The specialized certificate contains 15 credit hours, no General Education credits and consists of five classes.
    General Education Requirements 0
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 6
    BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
    BUS 220 Principles of Finance 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES: Pick Three (3) 9
    Any ACT 3
    Any BUS 3
    Any ECO 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 15



  • Marketing C.S.

    Business Administration

    Certificate of Specialization

    Description:
    A Certificate of Specialization in Marketing targets people already in the workforce, seeking to improve skills or wanting to obtain new skills. The specialized certificate contains 15 credit hours, no General Education credits and consists of five classes.
    General Education Requirements 0
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 6
    BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
    BUS 230 Principles of Marketing 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES: Pick Three (3) 9
    Any ACT 3
    Any BUS 3
    Any ECO 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 15



  • Business Technology A.A.S.

    Business Technology

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    Business Technology programs at St. Charles Community College address the full range of technology and business skills. This degree option provides the training necessary to work in a variety of business environments including, but not limited to human resources, office management, desktop publishing, event planning, project management, organizational leadership, and small business ownership. The Business Technology program provides current computer/technical training in all facets of Microsoft Office, desktop publishing, and up-to-date technology tools.
    General Education Requirements

    24
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 105

    Applied Math

    3
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    Oral Communications 


    3
    3
    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101, 102, 115, 202, 203  or 270 OR
    POL 101 or 102

    3

    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM or PHY
    3
    Humanities

    CPT 105

    Computer Ethics 3
    Elective

    BTC/CPT 103

    Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 34
    BTC 105 Proofreading & Editing Business Documents 3
    BTC 130, 131, 132 Customer Service, Telephone Communication Skills, and Time Management 3 (1 hr. ea)
    BTC 136 Electronic Communication with Stakeholders 2
    BTC 138 Project Management 1
    BTC 145 Business Technology Tools 3
    BTC 150 Managing Info: Outlook 1
    BTC 160 Word Processing-Word 2
    BTC 165 Presentations-PowerPoint 2
    BTC 170 Spreadsheet Applications-Excel 2
    BTC 175 Database Applications - Access 2
    BTC 190 Planning and Design Concepts (Publisher) 2
    BTC 245 Administrative Procedures 3
    BTC 247 Administrative Supervision 3
    BTC 250 Business Simulations 3
    BTC 290 Publishing Projects (InDesign) 2
    ELECTIVE COURSES 6
    ACT 101 Applied Accounting 3
    Any ANT, ECO, GEO, HIS, PHE, PSY or SOC 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 64



  • Computer Applications C.A.

    Business Technology

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    This certificate program provides the graduate with entry-level skills in computer applications. Responsibilities may include tasks related to word process, spreadsheets, presentations, database management, and desktop publishing. Current computer and technology skills are applied in all areas of Microsoft Office, desktop publishing, and use of the Internet.

    Business Technology program representatives assist students with job placement efforts throughout the program. The courses for this certificate may be applied to the Associate of Applied Science degree in the same area.
    General Education Requirements 12
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 105 Applied Math 3
    Communication ENG 101 or
    ENG 102 or
    SPE 101
    English Composition I or
    English Composition II or
    Oral Communication
    3
    Social Science HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102
    US History to 1877 or
    US History since 1877 or
    US History since 1945 or
    History of Missouri or
    American Government or
    State and Local Government
    3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 24
    BTC 105 Proofreading and Editing Business Documents 3
    BTC 136 Business Communication w/Customers 1
    BTC 138 Project Management 1
    BTC 150 Managing Information - Outlook 1
    BTC 160 Word Processing - Word 2
    BTC 165 Presentations - Powerpoint 2
    BTC 170 Spreadsheet Applications - Excel 2
    BTC 175 Database Applications - Access 2
    BTC 190 Planning and Design Concepts (Microsoft Publisher) 2
    BTC 245 Administrative Procedures 3
    BTC 247 Administrative Supervision 3
    BTC 290 Publishing Projects  2
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 36



  • Customer Service C.A.

    Customer Service

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    This program provides the students with skills necessary to handle customers professionally, effectively, and successfully. You will become comfortable with business communication--written and verbal; improve time management skills; from professional work standards and image; review professional telephone skills; and brush up on keyboarding and computer skills.

    General Education Requirements 12
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 105 Applied Math 3
    Communication ENG 101 or
    ENG 102 or
    SPE 101
    English Composition I or
    English Composition II or
    Oral Communications
    3
    Social Science HIS 101, or 102, or 115, or 270 or POL 101 or 102 U.S. History or American Government 3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 23
    BTC 105 Proofreading and Editing Business Documents 3
    BTC 130 Customer Service Excellence 1
    BTC 131 Telephone Communication Skills 1
    BTC 132 Time Management 1
    BTC 135 Your Professional Image 1
    BTC 136 Electronic Communication with Stakeholders 2
    BTC 137 Interpersonal Skills 1
    BTC 138 Project Management 1
    BTC 150 Managing Information - Outlook 1
    BTC 160 Word Processing - Word 2
    BTC 165 Presentations - Powerpoint 2
    BTC 170 Spreadsheet Applications - Excel 2
    BTC 175 Database Applications - Access 2
    BTC 245 Administrative Procedures 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 35

    For more information, call 636-922-8241.




  • Desktop Publishing C.A.

    Business Technology

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    This certificate program provides the graduate with entry-level skills as desktop publisher, clerical assistant, and capable of producing basic publishing documents. Training is provided in many computer software skill areas, page layout, design, and management techniques for use in small businesses and home publishing businesses. Current computer and technology skills are applied in all program areas of Microsoft Office, Adobe InDesign, Adobe PageMaker, QuarkXPress, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, and the Internet.

    Work with the Business Technology program representatives for scheduling and job placement assistance at any time during your course work. The courses for this certificate may be applied to the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Administrative Systems.
    General Education Requirements 12
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 105 Applied Math 3
    Communication

    ENG 101 or
    ENG 102 or
    SPE 101

    English Composition I or
    English Composition II or
    Oral Communications
    3
    Social Science HIS 101, or 102, 115, or 270 or POL 101 or POL 102 US History or Political Science 3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 24
    BTC 136 Electronic Communication with Stakeholders 2
    BTC 138 Project Management 1
    BTC 160 Word Processing - Word 2
    BTC 165 Presentations - Powerpoint 2
    BTC 170 Spreadsheet Applications - Excel 2
    BTC 175 Database Applications - Access 2
    BTC 190

    Planning and Design Concepts (Publisher)

    2
    BTC 247 Administrative Supervision 3
    BTC 290 Publishing Projects 2
    CPM 170 Computer Graphics 3
    CPM 210 Digital Photo Editing 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 36



  • Economics Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Economics

    Associate of Arts Degree

    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160 College Algebra 4  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
      Social Science -- ECO 110 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   17
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      MAT 180 or MAT 210 or Foreign Language 101 or other course(s) in major for transfer institution+ 4-5  
      Humanities (Group II) 3  
      Social Science -- ECO 120 3  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Third Semester      
      MAT 230 or Foreign Language 102 or other course(s) in major for transfer institution+ 4-5  
      Multicultural/Valuing 3  
      Natural Science (Group I) 3-4  
    ECO 220 Money and Banking 3  
      TOTAL   13-15
           
    Fourth Semester      
      MAT 240 or Foreign Language 201 or other course(s) in major for transfer institution+ 4-5  
      Humanities 3  
      Natural Science (Group II) 3-4  
      Computer Science Requirement 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   14-16
           
         
    Total Hours Required for Graduation   64

    +Most universities require three semesters in one foreign language for a Bachelor of Arts Degree. MAT 210 is recommended for students earning a Bachelor of Science Degree. In addition, the calculus sequence is recommended for students planning to continue on to graduate school.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Education

    Child Care & Early Education A.A.S.

    Child Care & Early Education

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    This program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to dare for and teach children from birth to age 8. Child care professionals promote the social, emotional, cognitive, language, and physical growth of young children  by guiding and supervising them through a variety of developmentally appropriate experiences.
    General Education Requirements: 24-25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 105 or 
    MAT 108 or
    MAT 121

    Applied Math or 
    Understanding K-8 Math
    Intermediate Algebra

    3-4

    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Technical Writing or
    Business Writing 
    Oral Communications 

    3
    3


    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102

    US History to 1877 or
    US History since 1877 or
    US History since 1945 or
    American Government or
    State & Local Government

    3

    Natural Science

    Any BIO, CHM, or PHY

    3
    Humanities Any Humanities (ART 101 or MUS 111 preferred) 3
    Elective Any Elective 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 39
    CDC 101 Introduction to Early Childhood Education 3
    CDC 102 Creative Activities and Play for Young Children 3
    CDC 103 Literacy & Literature for Young Children 3
      CDC 104 Principles of Early Childhood Curriculum 3
    CDC 105 Early Childhood Practicum I 2
    CDC 107 Introduction to Young Children with Special Needs 3
    CDC 109 Early Childhood Practicum I Seminar 1
    CDC 112 Child Growth & Development I:Prenatal through Early Childhood 3
    CDC 113 Child Growth & Development II: Birth through Adolescence 3
    CDC 201 Cognitive Activities and STEM for Young Children 3
    CDC 203 Early Childhood Practicum II 2
    CDC 205 Children, Families, & Communities 3
    CDC 206 Early Childhood Practicum III 2
    CDC 208 Nutrition, Health, & Safety of Children 3
    CDC 209 Early Childhood Practicum II Seminar 1
    CDC 210 Early Childhood Practicum III Seminar            1
    Elective Courses in Child Care (choose one) 3
    CDC 106 Experiences in Early Childhood Education 1-3
    CDC 108 Infant & Toddler Development and Curriculum 3
    CDC 202 Music & Movement for Young Children 3
    CDC 204 Management of Early Childhood Programs 3
    CDC 207 Curriculum & Materials for Young Children with Special Needs 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 66-67

    Contact Information   Kathy Drews   636-922-8424  kdrews@stchas.edu


    *  The Academic Skills Assessment is required before enrolling in a Math or English course. If a student places into lower level courses than are required for the degree, then the student must first enroll in lower level courses before enrolling the the courses required for graduation.

    ** CDC 104, CDC 105, & CDC 109 must be taken together and are offered only in the fall semester. Permission of program chair.

    ***CDC 203, CDC 206, & CDC 209 must be taken together and are offered only in the fall semester. Permission of program chair.

    +   Courses that will fulfill the graduation requirements for General Education electives, Social Science, Natural Science, & Humanities are listed in the "Associate of Applied Science Degree Graduation Requirements". Students must demonstrate computer literacy.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I * 3
    Social Sciences HIS 101, or 102, or 115, or POL 101, or 102+ 3
    CDC 101 Intro to Early Childhood 3
    CDC 102 Creative Activities and Play for Young Children 3
    CDC 112 Child Growth & Development I:Prenatal through Early Childhood 3
    HUM Any Humanities (ART 101 or MUS 111 preferred)+ 3
    SECOND SEMESTER 15-16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125 or
    ENG 102
    Technical Writing or
    Business Writing or
    English Composition II
    3
    MAT 105 or
    MAT 108 or
    MAT 121
    Applied Math or *
    Understanding K-8 Math or
    Intermediate Algebra
    3-4
    CDC 103 Literacy & Literature for Young Children 3
    CDC 113 Child Growth & Development II: Birth through Adolescence 3
    CDC 208 Nutrition, Health & Safety of the Young Children 3
    THIRD SEMESTER 18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    General Education Elective+ 3
    CDC 104 Principles of Early Childhood Curriculum ** 3
    CDC 105 Early Childhood Practicum I ** 2
    CDC 107 Introduction to Young Children with Special Needs 3
    CDC 109 Early Childhood Practicum I Seminar ** 1
    CDC 205 Children, Families, Communities 3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 14
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, or PHY 3
    CDC Elective Choose one from above 3
    CDC 201 Cognitive Activities and STEM for Young Children 3
    CDC 203 Early Childhood Practicum II *** 2
    CDC 206 Early Childhood Practicum III *** 2
    CDC 209 Early Childhood Practicum II Seminar *** 1
    Total Hours Required for Graduation 65-66



  • Child Care & Early Education C.A.

    Child Care & Early Education

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    This certificate prepares students for entry-level or assistant positions in early childhood programs.

    Students who have had experience in early childhood programs may also select the courses that are necessary to meet state licensing requirements for administrative positions in early childhood programs.

    General Education Requirements: 12-13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics

    MAT 105 or 
    MAT 108 or 
    MAT 121 or higher

    Applied Math or
    Understanding K-8 Math or
    Intermediate Algebra or higher

    3-4

    Communication ENG 101

    English Composition I

    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102

    US History to 1877 or
    US History since 1877 or
    US History since 1945 or
    American Government or
    State & Local Government

    3

    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, or PHY 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 18
    CDC 101 Introduction to Early Childhood Education 3
      CDC 104 Principles of Early Childhood Curriculum 3
    CDC 105 Early Childhood Practicum I 3
    CDC 107 Introduction to Young Children with Special Needs 3
    CDC 109 Early Childhood Practicum I Seminar 1
    CDC 112 Child Growth & Development I:Prenatal through Early Childhood 3
    CDC 208 Nutrition, Health, & Safety of Children 3
    Elective Courses in Child Care (choose two) 6
    CDC 102 Creative Activities and Play for Young Children 3
    CDC 103 Literacy & Literature for Young Children 3
    CDC 106 Experiences in Early Childhood Education 1-3
    CDC 108 Infant & Toddler Development and Curriculum 3
    CDC 201 Cognitive Activities and STEM for Young Children 3
    CDC 202 Music & Movement for Young Children 3
    CDC 204 Management of Early Childhood Programs 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 36-37

    For more information call 636-922-8669




  • Paraprofessional/Substitute Teacher A.A.S.

    Education

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description: 
    An Associate of Applied Science degree in Paraprofessional Education at SCC is an excellent place to begin building knowledge and skills in the field of education. This degree, offers a wide array of coursework, many of which may transfer to four-year institutions to be counted towards a bachelor’s degree.  In addition, other coursework offers knowledge that is content specific to the needs of students with whom paraprofessionals are likely to work. Furthermore, with this degree graduates will meet current state and federal regulations for working as a paraprofessional educator or substitute teacher in any classroom within a pre-K-12 school setting.
    General Education Requirements 25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 108 Understanding K-8 Mathematics 3
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102 OR
    ENG 115 OR
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II OR
    Technical Writing OR
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications

    9
    Social Science

    HIS 101 OR
    HIS 102 OR
    HIS 115 OR
    POL 101

    US History to 1877 OR
    US History since 1877 OR
    US History since 1945 OR
    American Government

    3
    Natural Science

    BIO 105
    BIO 106

    Essentials of Biology
    Essentials of Biology Lab

    3
    1

    Humanities PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
    Elective Any Fine Arts Credit Fine Arts Elective 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 26
    EDU 211 Foundations of Education 3

    CDC 112 OR
    CDC 113 OR
    PSY 201 OR
    PSY 215

    Child Growth and Development I OR
    Child Growth and Development II OR
    Child Psychology OR
    Adolescent Psychology

    3
    EDU 220 Technology for Teachers 3

    EDU 225 OR
    CDC 103

    Literature for Children OR
    Literacy and Literature for Young Children

    3
    EDU 240 Educational Psychology 3
    EDU 242 Art for Children 3

    EDU 250 OR
    CDC 107

    Education of Exceptional Learners OR
    Introduction to Young Children with Special Needs

    3
    EDU 285 Teaching Profession with Field Experience 3
    EDU 280 Practicum for Paraprofessionals 2
    ELECTIVE COURSES: Choose one of the following 3
    EDU 244 Physical Education for the Elementary Grades 3
    EDU 246 Music for Children 3
    CDC 102 Creative Activities for Young Children 3
    CDC 201 Cognitive Activities for Young Children 3
    CDC 207 Curriculum and Materials for Young Children with Special Needs 3
    OPEN ELECTIVE COURSES: Courses may not count more than once - so any courses counted as an open elective may not have already been taken/counted toward this degree. 6
    Any EDU of CDC course not already taken May take up to any two (2) EDU or CDC courses not already taken and counted toward degree 6
    PSY 201 Child Psychology 3
    PSY 210 Human Growth and Development 3
    PSY 215 Adolescent Psychology 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 60



  • Elementary Education Transfer Program A.A.T.

    Education

    Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree

    Description:
    The Missouri public 4-year institutions of higher education, and some private 4-year institutions, have agreed to accept the AAT as equivalent to their first two years of teacher education. Thus, a student who completes an AAT at SCC should have no more credit hours to complete during the last two years than a native 4-year student at that institution. Because course content is organized in different configurations at different institutions, you may repeat some content areas, but not credit hours. Students who do not complete the AAT will transfer course by course; individual institutions have agreed to transfer specific courses but have not guaranteed that students will have no more credits to complete than their native students. Check with your transfer institution to see if you will need to have a certain score on the ACT test for admittance to their institution.

    The most current listing of institutions that will accept the AAT is available at http://www.dhe.mo.gov/cota. Students need to work closely with their transfer institution to ensure that courses taken at SCC will meet degree requirements and that all entrance requirements have been met for the transfer school.
    General Education Requirements

    42
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 156 College Algebra - Educators 4
    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 102
    SPE 101 or
    SPE 102
    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    Oral Communications
    Public Speaking
    9
    Social Science PSY 101
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 146
    POL 101 or
    POL 210
    Introduction to Psychology
    US History Since 1877*
    Western Civilation: Modern Europe
    American Government*
    Comperative Politics
    9
    Natural Science Pick an option:
    Option One:
    BIO 105 and
    CHM 115 and
    PHY 111

    Option Two (must take two lab courses):
    BIO 105/106 and
    CHM 101/103 and
    PHY 111/113

    Essentials of Biology
    General Chemistry I
    Introduction to Physical Science


    Essentials of Biology with Lab
    Introduction to Chemistry with Lab
    Introduction to Physical Science with Lab
    11
    Humanities LIT 271 AND
    LIT 210 OR
    LIT 220
    Literature and Contemporary Cultures
    American Literature from 1620-1865
    American Literature from 1865-Present
    6
    Multicultural GEO 100 OR
    ANT 102
    Principles of Geography
    Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
    3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: All EDU courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher and cumulative GPA of 3.00 13
    EDU 211 Foundations of Education 3
    EDU 220 Technology for Teachers 3
    EDU 240 Education Psychology 3
    EDU 285 Teaching Profession with Field Experience 3
    EDU 290 Portfolio Assessment in Education** 1
    ELECTIVE COURSES** 9
    Choose one:
    EDU 242
    EDU 246

    Art for Children
    Music for Children
    3
    Choose two:
    EDU 125
    EDU 225
    EDU 244
    EDU 250

    Teaching Literature through Storytelling
    Literature for Children
    Physical Education for Elementary Grades
    Education for Exceptional Learners
    6
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 64

    * Students must take either HIS 102 or POL 101 to meet state requirements

    ** Entire Mogea must be passed for successful completion of EDU 290. MOGEA Exam covers English, Math, Science and Social Studies - must achieve a passing score in all areas - recommend taking before completion of 30 credit hours.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
    MAT 156 College Algebra - Educators 4
    Science Natural Science with Lab 4
    COL 101 College Success Seminar* 1
    SECOND SEMESTER 18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3
    EDU 211 Foundations of Education 3
    GEO 100 Principles of Geography 3
    EDU 220 Technology for Teachers 3
    EDU 240 Education Psychology 3
    Science Natural Science 3
    Take MOGEA Exam
    THIRD SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    EDU 285 Teaching Profession w/ Field Experience 3
    Science Natural Science with Lab 4
    POL 101 American Government 3
    HIS 102 US History Since 1877 3
    LIT 210 OR
    LIT 220
    American Lit from 1620-1865 OR
    American Lit from 1865-Present
    3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    EDU 290 Education Portfolio 1
    EDU 242 OR
    EDU 246
    Art for Children OR
    Music for Children
    3
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3
    LIT 271 Literature and Contemporary Cultures 3
    Elective** Education Elective 3
    Elective** Education Elective 3

    * College requirement

    ** Education Electives: It is essential that you check with your transfer college for transferable courses.




  • Secondary Education Transfer Program A.A.T.

    Education

    Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree

    Description:
    The Missouri public 4-year institutions of higher education, and some private 4-year institutions, have agreed to accept the AAT as equivalent to their first two years of teacher education. Thus, a student who completes an AAT at SCC should have no more credit hours to complete during the last two years than a native 4-year student at that institution. Because course content is organized in different configurations at different institutions, you may repeat some content areas, but not credit hours. Students who do not complete the AAT will transfer course by course; individual institutions have agreed to transfer specific courses but have not guaranteed that students will have no more credits to complete than their native students. Check with your transfer institution to see if you will need to have a certain score on the ACT test for admittance to their institution.

    The most current listing of institutions that will accept the AAT is available at http://www.dhe.mo.gov/cota. Students need to work closely with their transfer institution to ensure that courses taken at SCC will meet degree requirements and that all entrance requirements have been met for the transfer school.
    General Education Requirements

    42
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics* MAT 156 OR
    MAT 162
    College Algebra - Educators
    College Algebra - STEM
    4
    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 102
    SPE 101 or
    SPE 102
    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    Oral Communications
    Public Speaking
    9
    Social Science PSY 101
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 146
    POL 101 or
    POL 210
    Introduction to Psychology
    US History Since 1877**
    Western Civilization: Modern Europe
    American Government**
    Comparative Politics
    9
    Natural Science Choose one option:
    Option One:
    BIO 105 and
    CHM 115 and
    PHY 111

    Option Two (must take two lab courses):
    BIO 105/106 and
    CHM 101/103 and
    PHY 111/113


    Essentials of Biology
    General Chemistry I
    Introduction to Physical Science


    Essentials of Biology with Lab
    Introduction to Chemistry with Lab
    Introduction to Physical Science with Lab
    11
    Humanities LIT 271 AND
    LIT 210 OR
    LIT 220
    Literature and Contemporary Cultures
    American Literature from 1620-1865
    American Literature from 1865-Present
    6
    Multicultural GEO 100 OR
    ANT 102
    Principles of Geography
    Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
    3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: All EDU courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher and cumulative GPA of 3.00 13
    EDU 211 Foundations of Education 3
    EDU 220 Technology for Teachers 3
    EDU 240 Education Psychology 3
    EDU 285 Teaching Profession with Field Experience 3
    EDU 290 Portfolio Assessment in Education*** 1
    ELECTIVE COURSES 9
    Choose two:
    EDU 125
    EDU 225
    EDU 242
    EDU 244
    EDU 246
    EDU 250

    Teaching Literature through Storytelling
    Literature for Children
    Art for Children
    Physical Education for Elementary Grades
    Music for Children
    Education for Exceptional Learners
    6
    Choose One:
    PSY 210
    PSY 215
    Any content area course above what is required for the A.A.T.

    Human Growth and Development
    Adolescent Psychology
    3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 64

    * If a 3 credit MAT 162 equivalent is taken, an additional credit hour must be taken in General Education

    ** Students must take HIS 102 or POL 101 to meet state requirements.

    *** Entire MOGEA must be passed for successful completion of EDU 290. MOGEA Exam covers English, Math, Science and Social Studies – must achieve a passing score in all areas – recommend taking before completion of 30 credit hours.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
    MAT 156
    MAT 162
    College Algebra - Educators OR
    College Algebra STEM
    4
    Science Natural Science with Lab 4
    COL 101 College Success Seminar* 1
    SECOND SEMESTER 18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3
    EDU 211 Foundations of Education 3
    GEO 100 Principles of Geography 3
    EDU 220 Technology for Teachers 3
    EDU 240 Education Psychology 3
    Science Natural Science 3
    Take MOGEA Exam
    THIRD SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    EDU 285 Teaching Profession w/ Field Experience 3
    Science Natural Science with Lab 4
    POL 101 American Government 3
    HIS 102 US History Since 1877 3
    LIT 210 OR
    LIT 220
    American Lit from 1620-1865 OR
    American Lit from 1865-Present
    3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    EDU 290 Education Portfolio 1
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3
    LIT 271 Literature and Contemporary Cultures 3
    Elective** Education Elective 3
    Elective** Education Elective 3
    Elective** Education Elective 3

    * College Requirement

    ** Education Electives: It is essential that you check with your transfer college for transferable courses.




  • English%2FCommunications

    Communication Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Speech/Communications

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credits.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra, Contemporary College Math 3-4  
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
      Humanities (Group II)* 3-4  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   16-18
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Natural Science with Lab 4  
    COM 102 Introduction to Mass Communication 3  
    SPE 102 Public Speaking 3  
      Humanities * 3-4  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Third Semester      
    SPE 110 Interpersonal Communication 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 6  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing/Foreign Language* 3-4  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Social Science 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Natural Science 3-4  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16-17
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64


    *Many universities require three semesters in one foreign language for a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree does not typically require foreign language. Check with your transfer institution to see which degree best meets your educational and career goals.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • English as a Second Language C.S.

    English as a Second Language

    Certificate of Specialization

    Description:
    A Certificate of Specialization in English as a Second Language that targets non-native speakers who are working to build English language skills while preparing to take college courses in all disciplines. This certificate contains 18 credit hours, encouraging mastery of English Reading, Writing and Speaking skills, and would consist of at least, but not limited to six courses.
    General Education Requirements

    9-12
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Writing At Least One:
    ESL 107
    ESL 108
    ESL 109

    Intensive Grammar Review for Non-Native Speakers
    Intermediate Composition for Non-Native Speakers
    Research Writing for Non-Native Speakers
    4
    3
    3
    Speaking & Listening At Least One:
    ESL 103/SPE 100
    ESL 105
    Pronunciation & Communication & Listening for Non-Native Speakers
    Advanced Conversation & Speaking Skills for Non-Native Speakers
    4
    3
    Reading At Least One:
    ESL 104
    ESL 106

    College Reading for Non-Native Speakers Advanced
    College Reading for Non-Native Speakers
    4
    3
    * Elective if students have tested out of Reading ESL 100
    ESL 109
    Welcome/Orientation to SCC for Non-Native Speakers
    Research Writing for Non-Native Speakers
    3
    3
    ADVANCED COMMUNICATION & CULTURE REQUIREMENTS: 6
    Reading RDG 111 Reading Across the Disciplines 3
    Writing ENG 101
    ENG 102
    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    3
    3
    Speaking & Listening SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    Culture GLS 101
    MUS 111
    MUS 250
    Music Performance Class
    ART 101
    ART 150
    Art Studio Course
    Introduction to Global Studies





    3
    3
    3
    3
    3
    3
    3
    Elective ART (Studio Art)
    BAS 101
    BAS/CPT 103
    BAS 130
    BAS 131
    BAS 132
    BAS 135
    BAS 136
    BAS 137
    COL 090
    CPT Courses (Non-English intensive)
    CRJ 140
    ESL 100
    ESL-107r ESL-108r ESL 103/SPE 100
    ESL 105
    ESL 109
    ESL 120
    ESL 299
    Foreign Language (must have completed ESL 102)
    HMS 100
    Any MAT
    MUS (any performance class)
    RDG 080
    RDG 081
    RDG 083
    RDG 084
    RDG 090
    RDG 104
    RDG 106
    SPE 101 (must have completed ESL 105)
    3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 18-22



  • English Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    English/Literature

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credits.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra, Contemporary College Math 3-4  
      Humanities/Foreign Language * 3-4  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      Natural Science 3  
      TOTAL   16-18
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
    LIT 250 Survey of English Literature before 1800 3  
      Social Science 3  
      Humanities/Foreign Language * 3-4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Third Semester      
      Natural Science and Lab 4  
      Multicultural/Valuing/Foreign Language 3-4  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
    LIT 210 American Literature from 1629-1865 3  
    LIT 260 Survey of English Literature after 1800 3  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Computer Science 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
    LIT 220 American Literature from 1865-Present 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64

    * Many universities require three semesters in one foreign language for a Bachelor of Arts Degree; a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree does not typically require foreign language. Check with your transfer institution to see which degree best meets your educational and career goals.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Foreign Language Transfer Program (French, German, Spanish) Schedule Guide

    Foreign Language

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken as Elective credits.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra, Contemporary College Math 3-4  
      Foreign Language 101 4  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   14-15
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Foreign Language 102 4  
      Natural Science 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3-4  
      Total   16-17
           
    Third Semester      
      Natural Science and Lab 4  
      Foreign Language 201 4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
      Social Science 3  
      TOTAL   17
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Multicultural/Valuing 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
      Computer Course 3  
      Foreign Language 202 4  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   17
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • General+Education

    General Technology A.A.S.

    General Technology

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    This degree program provides a broad scope of technical skills applicable to technician employment in appropriate industry or service companies. A core foundation including computer hardware/software applications, math, science, CAD and electronics is combined with specialized study areas relative to student/employer interest. Program opportunities exist for graduates as entry level technicians or for skill advancement of currently employed personnel in technical fields.

    General Education Requirements*
    32-35
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 150 and 
    MAT 162 or 
    MAT 171

    Trigonometry and
    College Algebra-STEM or
    Pre-Calculus Math


    4 or
    6
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 115 or 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    Technical Writing or Business Writing
    Oral Communication

    3
    3
    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or 102 or 115 or 270  or POL 101 or 102

    US History or American Government

    3

    Natural Science CHM 115 or
    PHY 150/153
    General Chemistry I or
    Physics I and Lab

    5 or
    4

    Elective

    CPT/BTC(BAS) 103
    Any 2 general electives

    Microcomputer Applications
    any course 100 level or higher
    3
    6
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS* MUST INCLUDE: 12
    ETC 101 Fundamentals of Electronics 3
    CDM 103 Introduction to CAD Systems 2
    CPT/BAS 103 or
    CPT 106
    Microcomputer Applications or
    PC Operating Systems
    3
    BUS 204 Total Quality Operations Management 3
    EGR 100 Introduction to Engineering 1
    Program Major Concentration 25
    (Electronics, Networking, Telecommunications, CAD, etc., including 200 level technology courses of student's interests)
    ELECTIVE COURSES* 3
    (Technology, management, computers, graphic design, multimedia, and more according to student's interests and needs.)
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS

     72-75

    *If planning to utilize as transfer credits to another institution, please contact advising or the General Technology Program Coordinator for more specific requirements.

    For more information, please contact department chair David Niermann at 636-922-8561 or dniermann@stchas.edu




  • Liberal Arts/Undecided Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Liberal Arts

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italics courses are recommended to be taken as elective credits.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra or Contemporary College Math 3-4  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      Elective Course+ 3  
      Social Science-Group I 3  
      Humanities Course-Group I 3  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Natural Science with Lab 4  
      Elective 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing/Foreign Language* 3-4  
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Third Semester      
      Electives 6  
      Humanities/Foreign Language * 3-4  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Social Science 3  
      Humanities/Foreign Language * 3-4  
      Natural Science Course 3  
      Elective Courses 6  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL    16-17
           
    Total Hours Required For Graduation 64 


    *Most universities require three semesters in one foreign language for a Bachelor of Arts Degree. A Bachelor of Science does not typically require foreign language. Check with your transfer institution to see which degree best meets your educational and career goals.

    UNDECIDED MAJORS-HELP IS AVAILABLE FOR CAREER GUIDANCE! Students who are undecided about their majors should take the Career Development course as soon as possible in order to acquire good decision-making skills in the career choice process. Undecided students who choose not to take the career course may call 636-922-8241/8246 to set up individual appointments for career guidance. Choosing your major early in college allows you to take appropriate courses that will transfer toward a Bachelor's Degree.

    For more information call 636-922-8241/8246.




  • Skilled Trades A.A.S.

    Skilled Trades

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:This degree program is for students who have completed an approved apprenticeship training program. It allows a union apprentice or journeyman to receive college credit for previously acquired knowledge, skills, and experience by applying those credits towards the associate's degree. The A.A.S. in Skilled Trades may enable students to pursue an advanced degree at a four-year institution in fields such as construction technology, construction management, or related areas.

    The Skilled Trades Apprenticeship Training Program at SCC recognizes the core curriculum of any apprenticeship training program that is approved by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. If your training meets these standards, your journeyman status can be transferred to SCC as credit to satisfy a portion of the specific program requirements needed for an associate's degree. These 40 credit hours will be granted at the completion of all the other A.A.S. degree requirements.
    General Education Requirements: 24-25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 105 or higher Applied Math or higher 3-4
    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 125
    SPE 101
    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications
    3
    3
    3
    Social Science HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State & Local Government
    3
    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, or PHY 3
    Humanities Pick one:
    Any Art
    BUS/CPT 105
    DAN 196, or 197 or 198 or 199
    EDU 125
    Any LIT
    Any MUS
    Any PHL
    Any THE
    Any Foreign Language
    3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 or
    CPT 106
    Microcomputer Applications
    PC Operating Systems
    3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 40
    This requirement is fulfilled by the approved completion of the Journeyman's Certificate from the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, a division of the U.S. Department of Labor. These credit hours will be granted at the completion of all the other A.A.S. degree requirements.
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 64-65



  • Humanities

    Global Studies C.A.

    Global Culture

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    This program is designed to enable students to develop a fundamental level of international and intercultural competence, and to prepare them to assume their role in an increasingly complex, interconnected and interdependent world. Additionally, the Program will reinforce the four State-Level Skill Area Goals and the four State-Level Knowledge Area Goals of the new General Education structure using an explicit global focus.
    General Education Requirements

    6-8
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Communication Pick One:
    ENG 101
    ENG 102
    SPE 101
    SPE 102

    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    Oral Communications
    Public Speaking
    3
    Pick One:
    BTC/CPT 103
    CPT 115
    MAT 098
    BIO 100
    BIO 105/106
    BIO 110/113
    BIO 120/121
    BIO 122
    BIO 130
    CHM 101/103
    CHM 115
    PHY 111/113
    PHY 125/127
    PHY 130
    PHY 150/153
    PHY 240/243

    Microcomputer Applications
    Introduction to Data Processing
    Beginning Algebra
    Introduction to Biology
    Essentials of Biology I and Lab
    Human Biology and Lab
    Introduction to Ecology and Lab
    Environmental Science
    Human Sex and Reproduction
    Introduction to Chemistry and Lab
    General Chemistry I and Lab
    Introduction to Physical Science and Lab
    Introduction to Physical Geology and Lab
    Astronomy
    General Physics I and Lab
    College Physics I and Lab
    3-5
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 6-7
    GLS 101 Introduction to Global Studies 3
    Foreign Language course numbered 201 or higher 3-4
    ELECTIVE COURSES 15-18
    Choose at least two*:
    ART 101
    ART 150
    ART 160
    ESL 105
    GLC 290
    LIT 200
    LIT 230
    LIT 240
    LIT 271
    LIT 273
    LIT 275
    MUS 111
    MUS 231
    MUS 232
    PHL 201
    SPE 215
    THE 122
    GLC Courses
    6-12
    Choose at least two*:
    ANT 102
    ANT 151
    ANT 161
    ANT 171
    ANT 220
    BUS 255
    CRJ 280
    GEO 100
    GEO 101
    GEO 102
    GLS 290
    HIS 145
    HIS 146
    HIS 160
    HIS 201
    HIS 240
    POL 201
    POL 210
    POL 220
    POL 255
    GLS Courses (other than 101)
    6-12
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 30

    * At least two course prefixes must be represented in each group




  • Music Major (Voice, Piano, or Instrumental) Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Music

    Associate of Arts Degree

    First Semester
    MUS 131 Music Theory I 3  
    MUS 133 Ear Training and Sight Singing I 1  
      Large Ensemble I 1  
    MUS 119 Piano Proficiency I 1  
      Applied Music I 2  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar 1  
      Multicultural Valuing 3  
    MUS 021 Recital and Concert Attendance 0  
      Social Science-Group II 3  
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
      TOTAL   18*
           
    Second Semester
    MUS 132 Music Theory II 3  
    MUS 134 Ear Training & Sight Singing II 1  
      Large Ensemble II 1  
      Applied Music II 2  
      MAT 160 or higher 3  
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Humanities (Group II) 3  
      Social Science-Group II 3  
    MUS 021 Recital and Concert Attendance 0  
    MUS 120 Piano Proficiency II 1  
      TOTAL   20*
           
    Third Semester
    MUS 281 Music Theory III 3  
    MUS 283 Ear Training & Sight Singing III 1  
      Large Ensemble III 1  
      Applied Music III 2  
    MUS 231 Music History I 3  
      Computer Science 3  
    MUS 021 Recital and Concert Attendance 0  
    MUS 219 Piano Proficiency III 1  
      Social Science-Group I 3  
      Natural Science 3  
      TOTAL   20*
           
    Fourth Semester
    MUS 282 Music Theory IV 3  
    MUS 284 Ear training & Sight Singing IV 1  
      Large Ensemble IV 1  
      Applied Music IV 2  
    MUS 232 Music History II (Humanities Group I) 3  
      Natural Science with lab 4  
    MUS 021 Recital and Concert Attendance 0  
    MUS 220 Piano Proficiency IV 1  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   19*
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64

    MUS 225 - Elements of Conducting is also suggested in the fourth semester for transfer students in music. This can be included if students take general education courses in the summer sessions. Conducting is only offered in the spring semester.

    Music courses listed are standard courses for music majors in their first two years at a four-year institution.

    *General Education courses may also be taken during the summer semesters to reduce the course load during the regular semesters. Most music courses are not offered during the summer session.

    Note: Recommended electives appear in italics.

    For more information call 636-922-8539. 




  • Theater Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Theater/Film

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credit.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra, Contemporary College Math 3-4  
    THE 128 Fundamentals of Acting 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
    THE 122 Introduction to Theater 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Natural Science with Lab 4  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
    THE 228 Acting II 3  
      Humanities (Group II)/Foreign Language* 3-4  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Third Semester      
      Humanities/Foreign Language* 3-4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 6  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Social Science 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      Natural Science 3-4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing/Foreign Language* 3-4  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16-18
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64


    *Some universities require three semesters in one foreign language, particularly for Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs. Check with your transfer college for foreign language requirements.

    For more information, call 636-922-8241.




  • Law

    Law Enforcement A.A.S.

    Criminal Justice

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    This program is planned for three types of students:
    • Those who plan to work with law enforcement agencies.
    • Those already employed as officers who wish to advance in their jobs.
    • Those preparing for advanced study in police management, criminology, or social welfare.
    SCC offers both the Associate of Applied Science-Law Enforcement Option outlined here and the Associate of Arts with a Criminal Justice major. The A.A.S. will help students obtain employment in the law enforcement area of the criminal justice system. The A.A. is a transfer program for students who plan to pursue an advanced degree at a four-year college or university.

    The college grants up to 15 credit hours toward the A.A.S. degree for students who already have completed the 1000-hour course at Eastern Missouri law Enforcement Training Academy.  These credit hours will be granted at the completion of all the other A.A.S. degree requirements. See an academic advisor if you have attended or plan to attend the academy.
    General Education Requirements: 24-25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 105 or higher

    Applied Math or higher

    3-4

    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    EnglishCompositionII(recommended) or Business Writing
    Oral Communications 

    3
    3

    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102

    US History to 1877 or
    US History since 1877 or
    US History since 1945 or
    History of Missouri or
    American Government or
    State & Local Government

    3

    Natural Science

    Any BIO, CHM, or PHY

    3
    Humanities Any Humanities (PHL 102 - Intro to Logic is recommended) 3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103  Microcomputer Applications  3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 23-28
    CRJ 140 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3
    CRJ 170 Criminal Law & Procedures 3
    CRJ 171 Rules of Evidence 3
      CRJ 175 Criminology 3
    CRJ 201 Criminal Justice: Politics & Policy 3
    CRJ 205 Juvenile System 3
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
    CRJ 265 Internship I 1-6
    CRJ 298 Criminal Justice Capstone 1
    Law Enforcement Option (Select from the Following) 15-17
    CRJ 101 Introduction to Victimology 3
    CRJ 103 Addictive Disease Concepts 3
    CRJ 104 Treatment Alcohol & Drugs 3
    CRJ 110 Criminal Investigations 3
    CRJ 202 Correctional Institutions 3
    CRJ 210 Crime Victimization 3
    CRJ 224 Constitutional Law 3
    CRJ 230 Crisis Intervention 3
    CRJ 240 Probation and Parole 3
    CRJ 250 Police Administration 3
    CRJ 260 Police and Community Relations 3
    CRJ 266 Internship II 1-6
    CRJ 280 Comparative CRJ & Criminology 3
    CRJ 290 Special Topics 1-3
    CRJ 291 Mock Trial 1-3
    CRJ 292 Mock Trial Competition 1-3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 62-70

    For more information call 636-922-8253 or email to dvanmierlo@stchas.edu




  • Law Enforcement C.A.

    Criminal Justice

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    Complete a minimum of 32 credit hours, including 12 credit hours of general education courses (one course from communication, one course from mathematics, one course from social science, and one course from the electives.

    The college grants up to 15 credit hours toward the A.A.S. degree for students who already have completed the 1000-hour course at Eastern Missouri Law Enforcement Training Academy. These credit hours will be granted at the completion of all the other A.A.S. degree requirements. See an academic advisor if you have attended or plan to attend the academy.

    General Education Requirements: 12-13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics

    MAT 098 or higher

    Beginning Algebra

    3-4

    Communication

    ENG 101 or
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125 or
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Technical Writing or 
    Business Writing or
    Oral Communications 

    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State & Local Government

    3

    Elective

    BTC/CPT 103

    Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: (choose three of the following): 9
    CRJ 140 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3
    CRJ 170 Criminal Law 3
      CRJ 171 Criminal Evidence 3
    CRJ 175 Criminology 3
    CRJ 201 Criminal Justice: Politics & Policy 3
    CRJ 205 Juvenile Justice 3
    Law Enforcement Electives (choose from the following) 9
    CRJ 101 Introduction to Victimology 3
    CRJ 103 Addictive Disease Concepts 3
    CRJ 104 Treatment: Alcohol & Drugs 3
    CRJ 110 Investigations 3
    CRJ 202 Correctional Institutions 3
    CRJ 210 Crime Victimization       3
    CRJ 224 Constitutional Law 3
    CRJ 230 Crisis Intervention 3
    CRJ 240 Probation and Parole 3
    CRJ 250 Police Administration 3
    CRJ 260 Police Community Relations 3
    CRJ 266 Internship II  1-6
    CRJ 291/292 Mock Trial 6
    Other Required Course 2-7
    CRJ 265 Internship I 1-6
    CRJ 298 Capstone 1
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS

    32-38

     

    *Students who take CRJ 291 are required to take CRJ 292 as well.

    For more information, call 636-922-8253 or email dvanvierlo@stchas.edu.




  • Criminal Justice Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Criminal Justice

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credits.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra, Contemporary College Math 3-4  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
    CRJ 140 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
    CRJ 205 Juvenile Justice System 3  
      TOTAL   15
           
    Third Semester      
      Natural Science 3-4  
      Humanities (Group II) 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
    CRJ 202 Correctional Institutions 3  
      Humanities 3  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Natural Science with Lab 3-4  
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3  
      Social Science (Group I or II) 3  
    CRJ 265 Internship or transferable elective* 3  
    CRJ 201 Conflicting Perspectives 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16-17
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64

    *See Dave VanMierlo, Criminal Justice Department Chair, for details on arranging an internship.

    For more information call 636-922-8241. 




  • Math

    Mathematics Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Mathematics

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credit.
    First Semester   
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      Humanities/Foreign Language * 3-4  
    MAT 180 Calculus & Anaytical Geometry I 5  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Second Semester   
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3  
      Humanities/Foreign Language * 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
    MAT 230 Calculus & Analytical Geometry II 5  
      TOTAL   17-18
           
    Third Semester   
      Multicultural/Valuing/Foreign Language* 3-4  
      Lab Science 3-4  
    MAT 242 Intro to Linear Algebra OR Elective 3  
    MAT 240 Calculus & Analytical Geometry III 5  
      TOTAL   14-16
           
    Fourth Semester   
      Humanities Course (Group I) 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      Natural Science 3-4  
      Social Science 3  
    MAT 250 Differential Equations 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16-17
         

    Total Hours Required For Graduation

      64

    *Check with transfer institution for foreign language requirement for mathematics majors. A Bachelor of Arts Degree requires 3 semesters of the same foreign language. A Bachelor of Science does not usually require foreign language.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Science

    Biology A.S.

    Biology

    Associate of Science Degree

    Description:
    This Associate of Science in Biology degree program prepares students to transfer to a four-year college or university to major in biology. Because requirements vary at each four-year college or university, students should check with their advisor and the institution they plan to transfer to ensure they are enrolled in the correct courses.
    General education Requirements 35-37
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 180 or 210** Calculus and Analytic Geometry I or Survey Calculus** 4-5
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102
    SPE 101 or
    SPE 110**

    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    Oral Communications or
    Interpersonal Communication**

    3
    3
    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or 102 or 115 or 270 or POL 101 or 102

    Elective

    US History or American Government
    See course descriptions in catalog**

    3
    3

    Natural Science

    BIO 150
    CHM 115

    General Biology I
    General Chemistry I

    5
    5

    Humanities Elective See course descriptions in catalog** 3
    Elective Humanities or Social Sciences Elective or BIO course numbered 200 +or CHM 222** See course descriptions in catalog** 3-4
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 26-27
    Biology BIO 151 General Biology II 5
    Chemistry CHM 116
    CHM 240
    CHM 241
    CHM 243
    General Chemistry II
    Organic Chemistry I
    Organic Chemistry II
    Organic Chemistry lab
    5
    3
    3
    2
    Physics PHY 150/153
    PHY 151/154
    General Physics I with lab
    General Physics II with lab
    4
    4
    COLLEGE REQUIREMENT:
    For first time college students. COL 101 College Success Seminar 1
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 61-64

    + Humanities/Social Science Electives - Typical social science courses include history, political science, sociology, psychology and economics. Humanities courses typically include literature, philosophy, and non-applied art, music and theater courses. Check transfer school's requirements before choosing these courses.

    ^ This elective includes the Humanities/Social Science Electives but can also be used for any other course required by the transfer institution. Check transfer school's requirements before choosing this course.

    * The Academic Skills Assessment or appropriate ACT scores are required before enrolling in Math or English classes.

    ** Check with transfer institution to see which course is required for the desired biology degree.

    - COL 101 is a SCC requirement for all first time college students.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 15-16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    PHY 150/153 General Physics I and Lab (Fall only) 4
    CHM 115 General Chemistry I 5
    ENG 101 English Composition I* 3
    HIS/POL U.S. History or American Government 3
    COL 101 - College Success Seminar 1
    SECOND SEMESTER 13-14
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    MAT 180 or 210 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I or 
    Survey Calculus*
    4-5
    PHY 151/154 General Physics II and Lab (Spring only) 4
    CHM 116 General Chemistry II 5
    THIRD SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CHM 240 Organic Chemistry I 3
    SPE 101 or 110 Oral Communication or 
    Interpersonal Communication **
    3
    BIO 150 General Biology I 5
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3
    Humanities elective+ 3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 16-17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CHM 241 Organic Chemistry II (Spring only) 3
    CHM 243 Organic Chemistry Lab (Spring only) 2
    BIO 151 General Biology II 5
    Social Science elective+ 3
    Elective^ 200+ level biology course or CHM 222 3-4
    Total Hours Required for Graduation 61-64




  • Chemistry A.S.

    Chemistry

    Associate of Science Degree

    Description:
    This Associate of Science in Chemistry degree program prepares students to transfer to a four-year college or university to major in chemistry. Because requirements vary at each four-year college or university, students should check with their advisor and the institution they plan to transfer to ensure they are enrolled in the correct courses.
    General Education Requirements 31-33
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 180

    Calculus and Analytic Geometry

    5
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102
    SPE 101 or 110**

    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    Oral Communications or Interpersonal Communication**

    3
    3
    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or 102 or 115 or 270 or
    POL 101 or 102
    Elective

    US History or American Government

    See course descriptions in catalog**

    3

    3

    Natural Science CHM 115 General Chemistry I 5
    Humanities Elective  See course descriptions in catalog** 3
    Elective

    Humanities or
    Social Sciences
         Elective
    or MAT course numbered 200+

    See course descriptions in catalog** 3-5
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 31-32
    Chemistry

    CHM 116
    CHM 222
    CHM 240
    CHM 241
    CHM 243

    General Chemistry II
    Quantitative Analysis
    Organic Chemistry I
    Organic Chemistry II
    Organic Chemistry lab

    5
    3
    3
    3
    2
    Physics PHY 240/243
    PHY 241/244
    College Physics I with lab
    College Physics II with lab
    5
    5
    Math MAT 230 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II 5
    COLLEGE REQUIREMENT:
    For first time college students. COL 101 College Success Seminar 1
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 62-65

    +Humanities/Social Science Electives- Typical social science courses include history, political science, sociology, psychology and economics. Humanities courses typically include literature, philosophy, and non-applied art, music and theater courses. Check transfer school's requirements before choosing these courses.
    ^This elective includes the Humanities/Social Science Electives but can also be used for any other course required by the transfer institution. Check transfer school's requirements before choosing this course.
    *The Academic Skills assessment or appropriate ACT scores are required before enrolling in Math or English classes.
    ** Check with transfer institution to see which course is required for the desired chemistry degree.
    - COL 101 is a SCC requirement for all first time college students.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 16-17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    MAT 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I* 5
    CHM 115 General Chemistry I 5
    ENG 101 English Composition I* 3
    HIS/POL U.S. History or American Government 3
    COL 101 - College Success Seminar 1
    SECOND SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    MAT 230 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 5
    PHY 240/243 College Physics I and Lab 5
    CHM 116 General Chemistry II 5
    THIRD SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CHM 240 Organic Chemistry I 3
    CHM 222 Quantitative Analysis 3
    PHY 241/244 College Physics II and Lab 5
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3
    Humanities elective+ 3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 14-16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CHM 241 Organic Chemistry II (Spring only) 3
    CHM 243 Organic Chemistry Lab (Spring only) 2
    SPE 101 or 110 Oral Communication or Interpersonal
    Communication **
    3
    Social Science elective+ 3
    Elective^ 3-5
    Total Hours Required for Graduation 62-65




  • Pre-Pharmacy A.S.

    Pre-Pharmacy

    Associate of Science Degree

    Description:
    This Associate of Science in Pre-Pharmacy degree program prepares students to transfer to a pharmacy school. Because requirements vary at each pharmacy school, students should check with their advisor and the institution they plan to transfer to ensure they are enrolled in the correct courses.
    General Education Requirements 39-42
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 180

    Calculus and Analytic Geometry

    5
    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 102
    SPE 101
    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    Oral Communications
    3
    3
    3
    Social Science

    HIS 101 or 102 or
    115 or 270 or
    POL 101 or 102

    US History or  Government

    3

    Natural Science CHM 115
    BIO 150
    General Chemistry I
    General Biology I
    5
    5
    Elective**

    4 of the listed
    electives**

    See course descriptions in catalog** 12-15
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 26-27
    Biology

    BIO 151
    BIO 240/243

    General Biology II
    Anatomy & Physiology I and lab

    5
    4
    Chemistry

    CHM 116
    CHM 240
    CHM 241
    CHM 243

    General Chemistry II
    Organic Chemistry I
    Organic Chemistry II
    Organic Chemistry lab

    5
    3
    3
    2
    Physics PHY 150/153 General Physics I with lab 4
    College Requirement:
    For first time college students COL 101 College Success Seminar 1
    ELECTIVES**  30
    BIO 241/244 Anatomy & Physiology II with lab 4
    BIO 246 Microbiology 4
    CHM 222 Quantitative Analysis 3
    ECO 110 or 120 Micro or Macro Economics 3
    HIT 110 Medical Terminology 3
    Any PHL 3
    PHY 151/154 General Physics II with lab 4
    PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 65-69

    *   The Academic Skills Assessment or appropriate ACT scores are required before enrolling Math or      English classes.
    ** Check with transfer institution to see which courses are required. 
    -   COL 101 is a SCC requirement for all first time college students.

    The bolded courses are required for application to SIUE, STL COP, and UMKC pharmacy schools. All other courses are required for one or more of the listed pharmacy schools.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 16-17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    MAT 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I* 5
    CHM 115 General Chemistry I 5
    ENG 101 English Composition I* 3
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3
    COL 101 - College Success Seminar 1
    SECOND SEMESTER 16-17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CHM 116 General Chemistry II 5
    BIO 150 General Biology I 5
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3
    Elective** 3-4
    THIRD SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    BIO 151 General Biology 5
    CHM 240 Organic Chemistry I 3
    PHY 150/153 General Physics I and Lab 4
    BIO 240/243 Anatomy and Physiology I and Lab 4
    FOURTH SEMESTER 14-16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CHM 241 Organic Chemistry II (Spring only) 3
    CHM 243 Organic Chemistry Lab (Spring only) 2
    HIS/POL U.S. History or Government 3
    Electives** 8-12
    Total Hours Required for Graduation 66-69



  • Social+Sciences

    Geography Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Geography

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credits.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra/Contemporary College Math 3-4  
    GEO 100 Principles of Geography 3  
      Humanities * 3-4  
      Social Science 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   16-18
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
      Humanities * 3-4  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Third Semester      
    GEO 101 Geography: The Eastern World 3  
      Natural Science with Lab 4  
      Multicultural/Valuing* 3-4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Natural Science 3  
    GEO 102 Geography: The Western World 3  
      Humanities - Group I 3  
      Social Science 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64

    * Many universities require 3 semesters in one foreign language for a Bachelor of Arts Degree; a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree does not typically require foreign language. Check with your transfer institution to see which degree best meets your educational and career goals.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • History Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    History

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credits.
    First Semester   
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra/Contemporary College Math 3-4  
    HIS 101 U.S. History to 1877 3  
      Humanities * 3-4  
      Multicultural/Valuing 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   16-18
           
    Second Semester   
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
    HIS 102 U.S. History Since 1877 3  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
      Humanities * 3-4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Third Semester   
      Natural Science with Lab 4  
    HIS 145 Western Civilization Ancient & Medieval 3  
      Elective/Foreign Language * 3-4  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Fourth Semester
      Natural Science 3  
    HIS 146 Western Civilization Modern Europe 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64

    * Many universities require three semesters in one foreign language for a Bachelor of Arts Degree; a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree does not typically require foreign language. Check with your transfer institution to see which degree best meets your educational and career goals.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • General Option A.A.S.

    Human Service

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    This program provides a basic social science framework and perspective for a career in human services and upgrading current skills.

    Persons interested in this program should enjoy working with people. They should possess good verbal and oral communications and problem solving skills and have a positive attitude about themselves and others.

    Graduates are qualified for positions as alcoholism education counselors, directors of GED (General Education Development) tutoring programs, house parents, nursing home activity directors, case workers, corrections officers, and vocational rehabilitation workers, teacher's aides for exceptional children and personnel assistants. Graduates are prepared for positions in social welfare, mental health, juvenile and adult correction, geriatrics, education, counseling, and related fields in business and industry.
    General Education Requirements: 24-25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 105 or higher

    Applied Math or higher

    3-4

    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications 

    3
    3

    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State & Local Government

    3

    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, or PHY 3
    Humanities Any Humanities 3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 28
    HMS 100 Introduction to Human Services 3
    HMS 101 Theories and Skills 3
    HMS 102 Policy and Politics 3
    HMS 111 Group Practice in Human Services 3
      HMS 201 Human Services Practicum I* 3
    HMS 202 Human Services Practicum II* 3
    HMS 203 Human Services Practicum Seminar I 3
    HMS 204 Human Services Practicum Seminar II 3
    HMS 298 Human Services Capstone 1
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES - pick three 9
    Any CRJ 3
    Any HMS 3
    Any PSY 3
    Any SOC 3
    Any computer course or business course approved by the HMS program coordinator 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 61-62



  • Gerontology Option A.A.S.

    Human Service

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:

    This program provides students with a basic social science framework and perspective for pursuing a career in human services. The program also provides currently employed human services workers the opportunity to upgrade their skills.

    Persons interested in this program should enjoy working with people. They should possess good verbal and oral communications and problem solving skills and have a positive attitude about themselves and others.

    Graduates are qualified for positions as alcoholism education counselors, directors of GED (General Education Development) tutoring programs.house parents, nursing home activity directors, case workers.corrections officers, vocational rehabilitation workers, and teacher's aides for exceptional children and personnel assistants. These positions are available in the areas of social welfare, mental health, juvenile and adult correction, geriatrics, education, counseling, and related fields in business and industry.

    General Education Requirements: 24-25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics Mat 105 or higher

    Applied Math or higher

    3-4

    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications

    3
    3
    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State & Local Government

    3
    Natural Science

    Any BIO, CHM, or PHY

    3
    Humanities Any Humanities 3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 37
    HMS 100 Introduction to Human Services 3

    HMS 101 Theories and Skills 3
    HMS 102 Policy and Politics 3
      HMS 201 Human Services Practicum I* 3
    HMS 202 Human Services Practicum II* 3
    HMS 203 Human Services Practicum Seminar I 3
    HMS 204 Human Services Practicum Seminar II 3
    HMS 298 Human Services Capstone 1
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
    SOC 151 Gerontology 3
    SOC 210 Sociology of Health and Healthcare 3
    SOC 251 Aspects of Aging 3
    PSY 225 Psychology of Aging 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 61-62



  • Substance Abuse Services Option A.A.S.

    Human Service

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:

    This program provides students with a basic social science framework and perspective for pursuing a career in human services. The program also provides currently employed human services workers the opportunity to upgrade their skills.

    Persons interested in this program should enjoy working with people. They should possess good verbal and oral communications and problem solving skills and have a positive attitude about themselves and others.

    Graduates are qualified for positions as alcoholism education counselors, directors of GED (General Education Development) tutoring programs.house parents, nursing home activity directors, case workers.corrections officers, vocational rehabilitation workers, and teacher's aides for exceptional children and personnel assistants. These positions are available in the areas of social welfare, mental health, juvenile and adult correction, geriatrics, education, counseling, and related fields in business and industry.

    General Education Requirements: 24-25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics Mat 105 or higher

    Applied Math or higher

    3-4

    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications 

    3
    3

    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State & Local Government

    3

    Natural Science

    Any BIO, CHM, or PHY

    3
    Humanities Any Humanities 3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 37
    HMS 100 Introduction to Human Services 3

    HMS 101 Theories and Skills 3
    HMS 102 Policy and Politics 3
      HMS 103 Addictive Disease Concepts 3
    HMS 104 Treatment-Alcohol and Drug Abuse 3
      HMS 201 Human Services Practicum I* 3
    HMS 202 Human Services Practicum II* 3
    HMS 203 Human Services Practicum Seminar I 3
    HMS 204 Human Services Practicum Seminar II 3
    HMS 298 Human Services Capstone 1
    CRJ 230 Crisis Intervention 3
    CRJ 205 OR
    HMS/CRJ 290
    Juvenile Justice System OR
    Special Topics in Human Services/Criminal Justice
    3
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 61-62

     *Practicum oriented toward option area.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Victimology Option A.A.S.

    Human Service

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    This program provides students with a basic social science framework and perspective for pursuing a career in human services. The program also provides currently employed human services workers the opportunity to upgrade their skills.

    Persons interested in this program should enjoy working with people. They should possess good verbal and oral communications and problem solving skills and have a positive attitude about themselves and others.

    Graduates are qualified for positions as alcoholism education counselors, directors of GED (General Education Development) tutoring programs, house parents, nursing home activity directors, case workers, corrections officers, vocational rehabilitation workers, and teacher's aides for exceptional children and personnel assistants. These positions are available in the areas of social welfare, mental health, juvenile and adult correction, geriatrics, education, counseling, and related fields in business and industry.
    General Education Requirements: 24-25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics Mat 105 or higher Applied Math or higher 3-4
    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 125
    SPE 101
    English Composition I
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications
    3
    3
    3
    Social Science HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State & Local Government
    3
    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, or PHY 3
    Humanities Any Humanities 3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 37
    HMS 100 Introduction to Human Services 3
    HMS 101 Theories and Skills 3
    HMS 102 Policy and Politics 3
    HMS 201 Human Services Practicum I* 3
    HMS 202 Human Services Practicum II* 3
    HMS 203 Human Services Practicum Seminar I 3
    HMS 204 Human Services Practicum Seminar II 3
    HMS 298 Human Services Capstone 1
    CRJ 101 Introduction to Victimology 3
    CRJ 140 Introduction to Criminal Justice System 3
    CRJ 210 Victim Services 3
    CRJ 230 OR
    HMS/CRJ 290
    Crisis Intervention OR
    Special Topics in Human Services/Criminal Justice
    3
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 61-62

    * Practicum oriented toward option area.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Youth Services Option A.A.S.

    Human Service

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    This program provides students with a basic social science framework and perspective for pursuing a career in human services. The program also provides currently employed human services workers the opportunity to upgrade their skills.

    Persons interested in this program should enjoy working with people. They should possess good verbal and oral communications and problem solving skills and have a positive attitude about themselves and others.

    Graduates are qualified for positions as alcoholism education counselors, directors of GED (General Education Development) tutoring programs.house parents, nursing home activity directors, case workers.corrections officers, vocational rehabilitation workers, and teacher's aides for exceptional children and personnel assistants. These positions are available in the areas of social welfare, mental health, juvenile and adult correction, geriatrics, education, counseling, and related fields in business and industry.
    General Education Requirements: 24-25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics Mat 105 or higher Applied Math or higher 3-4
    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 125
    SPE 101
    English Composition I
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications
    3
    3
    3
    Social Science HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State & Local Government
    3
    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, or PHY 3
    Humanities Any Humanities 3
    Elective BTC/CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 37
    HMS 100 Introduction to Human Services 3
    HMS 101 Theories and Skills 3
    HMS 102 Policy and Politics 3
    HMS 104 Treatment Alcohol and Drug Abuse 3
    HMS 201 Human Services Practicum I* 3
    HMS 202 Human Services Practicum II* 3
    HMS 203 Human Services Practicum Seminar I 3
    HMS 204 Human Services Practicum Seminar II 3
    HMS 298 Human Services Capstone 1
    PSY 215 Adolescent Psychology 3
    CRJ 205 or
    HMS 106
    Juvenile Justice System or
    Introduction to Youth Services Management
    3
    CRJ 230 Crisis Intervention 3
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 61-62

    * Practicum oriented toward option area.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Political Science Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Political Science

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credit.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra, Contemporary College Math 3-4  
    POL 101 American Government 3  
      Humanities/Foreign Language * 4  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      TOTAL   14-15
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
    POL 210 Comparative Politics 3  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
      Humanities/Foreign Language * 3-4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 6  
      TOTAL   18-19
           
    Third Semester      
      Natural Science with Lab 4  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 6  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing/Foreign Language* 3-4  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Natural Science 3  
    POL 201 International Relations 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      Social Science 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64

     *Most universities require three semesters of foreign language for the Bachelor of Arts Degree. Check with your transfer institution to see which degree best meets your educational and career goals.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Social Work Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Social Work

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credit.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    MAT 160, 165 or higher College Algebra/Contemporary College Math 3-4  
    PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3  
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
    POL 101 American Government 3  
      TOTAL   16-17
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Humanities/Foreign Language* 3-4  
    ECO 100 Survey Economics OR    
    ECO 110 Principles of Macroeconomics 3  
      Computer Science 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      TOTAL   15-16
           
    Third Semester      
    BIO 105/106, 110/113,120/121,122, 130, or 240/243 Biology course 3-4  
      Humanities/Foreign Language* 3-4  
      Social Science Group I 3  
    SPE 101 Oral Communication 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      TOTAL   15-17
           
    Fourth Semester      
      Natural Science 3-4  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing/Foreign Language* 3-4  
      Social Science 3  
    COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16-18
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64

    *Proficiency in a single foreign language (Courses 101, 102, 201) is recommended, but not required by most graduate social work programs.

    +Some schools will accept HMS 100, 101 and 102 (all 3 classes should be taken to transfer as a block).

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Technology

    Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) A.A.S.

    Computer-Aided Drafting

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    These technicians operate computer aided design systems to produce final design specification and drawings for new products. Works as a team member with development engineers, marketing analysts and industrial designers assigned to a specific product.
    General Education Requirements

    34-35
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 150 and 
    MAT 162 or 
    MAT 171

    Trigonometry and
    College Algebra-STEM or
    Pre-Calculus Math


    4 or
    6
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 115
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    Technical Writing
    Oral Communications

    3
    3
    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or 102 or 115 or 270  or
    POL 101 or 102

    US History or American Government

    3

    Natural Science PHY 150/153 Physics I and Lab 4
    Elective

    CPT/BTC(BAS) 103
    ART 110
    Any 2 general electives

    Microcomputer Applications
    Drawing I
    any course 100 level or higher
    3
    3
    6
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 12
    CDM 103 Introduction to CAD Systems 2
    CDM 104 CAD Systems II 3
    CDM 205 Architectural Drafting I 3
    CDM 221 Solid Modeling I 3
    CDM 298 CAD Capstone 1
    ELECTIVE COURSES** 20-21
    CDM 120 Descriptive Geometry 2
    CDM 206 Architectural Drafting II 3
    CDM 207 Revit Architecture I 3
    CDM 208 Revit Architecture II 3
    CDM 209 Construction Materials 3
    CDM 210 HVAC Drafting 3
    CDM 211 Structural Drafting 3
    CDM 212 Electrical/Electronic Drafting 3
    CDM 222 Solid Modeling II 3
    CDM 223 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance 3
    CDM 235 Manufacturing Processes 3
    CDM 251 Introduction to Piping Drafting 3
    CDM 255 Civil Drafting 3
    CDM 265 Sustainable Design 3
    CDM 270 Externship* 3
    CPM 220  3 D Animation 3
    GEO 120 Introduction to GIS 3
    GEO 225 Advanced GIS 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 66-68

    * The Academic Skills Assessment is required before enrolling in Math or English courses. If a student places into lower level courses than are required for his/her degree, then the student needs to first enroll in lower level courses before enrolling in the courses needed for graduation.

    ** CDM electives listed above. Choose 20-21 hours.

    ***General Elective: Choose any course 100 level or higher.

    Students completing this program will be assessed in program-related competencies and general education. (CDM 298- CAD Capstone)

    For more information, please contact department chair David Niermann at 636-922-8561 or dniermann@stchas.edu

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 17-18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CDM 103 Intro to CAD System 2
    CDM 104 CAD Systems II 3
    ENG 101 English Composition I * 3
    CPT/BTC 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    MAT 171 Pre-Calculus or both MAT 150 & MAT 160 * 6 or 7
    SECOND SEMESTER 15-16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 115  Technical Writing  3
    ART 110  Drawing I 3
    Pick two CDM Electives ** 5-6
    PHY 150/153 General Physics I 4
    SUMMER SEMESTER 3
    General Elective *** 3
    THIRD SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CDM 205 Architectural Drafting I 3
    General  Elective*** 3
    Pick two CDM Electives ** 6
    CDM 221 Solid Modeling I 3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    Social Science HIS 101, or 102, or 115, or 270, or POL 101, or 102 3
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    Pick three CDM Electives ** 9
    CDM 298 CAD/CAM Capstone 1
    Total Hours Required for Graduation 66-68



  • Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) C.A.

    Computer-Aided Drafting

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    This certificate provides the student with skills comprehensive enough for entry-level employment in as little as one year. The student is afforded some latitude in upper-level course choices.
    General Education Requirements 13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 098 Beginning Algebra or Higher*** 4
    Communication ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    Social Science HIS/POL History or Political Science** 3
    Elective CPT/BAS 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 9
    CDM 103 Introduction to CAD Systems 2
    CDM 104 CAD Systems II 3
    CDM 221 Solid Modeling I 3
    CDM 298 CAD Capstone 1
    ELECTIVE COURSES (Choose Four) 11-12
    CDM 120 Descriptive Geometry 2
    CDM 205 Architectural Drafting I 3
    CDM 206 Architectural Drafting II 3
    CDM 207 Revit Architecture I 3
    CDM 208 Revit Architecture II 3
    CDM 209 Construction Materials 3
    CDM 210 HVAC Drafting 3
    CDM 211 Structural Drafting 3
    CDM 212 Electrical/Electronic Drafting 3
    CDM 222 Solid Modeling II 3
    CDM 223 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance 3
    CDM 235 Manufacturing Processes 3
    CDM 251 Introduction to Piping Drafting 3
    CDM 255 Civil Drafting 3
    CDM 265 Sustainable Design 3
    CPM 220 3D Animation 3
    GEO 120 Introduction to GIS 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 32-34

    ** Choose from one History or Political Science course HIS 101, 102, 115, 270; POL 101 or 102.

    *** The Academic Skills Assessment is required before enrolling in Math or English course. If a student places into lower level courses than are required for his/her degree, then the student needs to first enroll in lower level courses before enrolling in the courses needed for graduation.

    The student earning a Certificate needs to be aware that the courses taken are specifically designed to help in obtaining employment, are not designed for transfer to a four-year institution. If the student wants to transfer courses, then the Associate of Arts Degree should be pursued.

    For more information, please contact department chair David Niermann at 636-922-8561 or dniermann@stchas.edu




  • Cyber Security A.A.S.

    Computer Science

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    The AAS degree in Cyber Security turns more focus away from networking skills in favor of skills related more directly towards security. This is accomplished by lessening the number of CCNA-related classes in favor of more security-related skills. Cyber Security Essentials specifically focuses on skills that are needed generally to fully understand cyber security issues. It includes developing skills in programming languages, database administration, and Web-oriented technologies. The focus is on understanding the technologies, so that cyber-attacks may be more fully discovered, analyzed, and prevented.
    General Education Requirements:
    25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
    Communication ENG 101
    SPE 101
    Plus one of the following:
    ENG102
    ENG115
    ENG125
    English Composition I
    Oral Communications


    English Composition II
    Technical Writing
    Business Writing
    9
    Social Science Pick one:
    HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government
    3
    Natural Science Any BIO or
    Any CHM or
    Any PHY
    Varies 3
    Humanities CPT 105 Computer Ethics 3
    Elective CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 46
    A+ (Computer Repair & Maintenance) CPC 107 5
    CCNA1 CPC 170 5
    CCNA2 CPC 171 5
    Windows Server & Active Directory CPC 202 5
    Virtualization Technologies CPC 290 3
    CCNA Security CPC 245 5
    Cyber Security Essentials CPC 155 3
    Introduction to UNIX/Linux CPC 180 3
    UNIX/Linux Administration CPC 260 3
    Security Fundamentals CPC 160 3
    Computer Forensics CPC 161 3
    Ethical Hacking CPC 162 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 71

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government
    3
    CPC 107 A+ (Computer Repair & Maintenance) 5
    CPC 160 Security Fundamentals 3
    CPC180 Introduction to UNIX/Linux 3
    SECOND SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125
    English Composition II
    Technical Writing
    Business Writing
    3
    MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
    CPC 170 CCNA1 5
    CPC 171 CCNa2 5
    THIRD SEMESTER 19
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    Any BIO, CHM, PHY Varies 3
    CPC 155 Cyber Security Essentials 3
    CPC 202 Windows Server and Active Directory 5
    CPC 245 CCNA Security 5
    FOURTH SEMESTER 18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 105 Computer Ethics 3
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CPC 161 Computer Forensics 3
    CPC 260 UNIX/Linux Administration 3
    CPC 162 Ethical Hacking 3
    CPC 290 Virtualization Technologies 3



  • Management Information Systems A.A.S.

    Computer Science

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    The information technology (IT) industry is experiencing considerable expansion and with it comes a demand for skilled talent. Implementing new technology initiatives remains a top priority for companies across all industries. The rapid pace of advancement in computer hardware, software and electronic commerce is making it imperative that managers allocate financial and personnel resources for regular systems upgrades. MIS is one of the leading degrees in the world of IT and business.
    General Education Requirements must include: 25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or 
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Technical Writing or 
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications

    3
    3

    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102

    US History to 1877 or
    US History Since 1877 or
    US History Since 1945 or
    History of Missouri or
    American Government or
    State & Local Government

    3

    Natural Science

    Any BIO, CHM, PHY

    3
    Humanities CPT/BUS 105 Computer Ethics/Business Ethics 3
    Elective CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 37
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
    CPT 165 Programming Logic 3
    CPT 200 Systems Analysis & Design 3
    CPT 201 Intro to Database Management 3
    CPT 246 Computer Security 3
    BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
    ACT 110 Financial Accounting I 4
    BUS 201 Introduction to Management 3
    BUS 230 Introduction to Marketing 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES: Choose any one set of the following pairs of courses 6
    CPM 190 -and-
    CPT 250
    Dynamic Programming Languages -and-
    Database Programming (PHP)
    3
    3
    CPT 104 -and-
    CPT 160
    Intro to Animation and Computer Games -and-
    Mobile Aps Development
    3
    3
    CPT 280 -and-
    CPT282
    Visual Basic (.NET) -and-
    Advanced Visual Basic (.NET)
    3
    3
    CPT 182 -and-
    CPT 186
    Beginning Programming in C++ -and-
    Advanced Programming in C++
    3
    3
    CPT 284 -and-
    CPT 287
    Java Programming -and-
    Advanced Java Programming
    3
    3
    CPT 174 -and-
    CPT 175
    COBOL Programming I -and-
    COBOL Programming II
    3
    3
    CPT 135 -and-
    CPT 185
    Programming in Python -and-
    C# Programming
    3
    3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 65

    Courses by Semester

    FALL SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications (MS Office) 3
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
    SPRING SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
    CPT 165 Computer Programming Logic 3
    MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
    BUS 201 Introduction to Management 3
    HIS or POL Social Sciences 3
    SUMMER SEMESTER 3
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    FALL SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 102, or 115 or 125 English Comp II -or-Technical Writing -or-Business Writing 3
    CPT 201 Intro to Database Management 3
    Natural Science 3
    ACT 110 Financial Accounting I 4
    CPT Elective Part I 3
    SPRING SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 200 Systems Analysis and Design 3
    CPT 246 Computer Security 3
    BUS 230 Intro to Marketing 3
    CPT/BUS 105 Computer Ethics 3
    CPT Elective Part II 3

    CPT Electives: Choose one (1) of the following pairs:

    Part I (Fall) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs Part II (Spring) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs
    CPT 182 Beg Programming C++ -and- CPT 186 Adv Programming C++
    CPT 280 Visual Basic (.NET) -and- CPT 282 Adv Visual Basic (.NET)
    CPM 284 Java Programming -and- CPT 287 Adv Java Programming
    CPM 190 Dynamic Progr Languages -and- CPT 250 Database Programming (PHP)
    CPT 104 Intro to Anim & Games -and- CPT 160 Mobile Apps Development
    CPT 174 COBOL Programming I -and- CPT 175 COBOL Programming II
    CPT 135 Programming in Python -and- CPT 185 C# Programming



  • Network Security A.A.S.

    Computer Science

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    Computer networking programs at St. Charles Community College provide hands-on, skills-based training in state-of-the-art classroom labs. The Cisco Networking Academy, Microsoft Academy, EC-Council Authorized Training Center, VMware IT Academy, and A+ programs prepare you for the corporate workplace and industry certifications. Learn how to configure, manage, troubleshoot, and secure network workstations, servers, routers, switches, and networks.
    General Education Requirements: 25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 121

    Intermediate Algebra

    4

    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Technical Writing or
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications

    3
    3

    3

    Social Science

    Pick one:
    HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government State
    Local Government

    3

    Natural Science Any BIO or CHM or PHY 3
    Humanities CPT 105 Computer Ethics 3
    Elective BTC(BAS)CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 45
    CPC 107 A+ (Computer Repair & Maintenance) 5
    CPC 170 CCNA1 5
    CPC 171 CCNA2 5
      CPC 172 CCNA3 5
    CPC 173 CCNA4 5
    CPC 245 CCNA Security 5
    CPC 180 Introduction to UNIX/Linux 3
    CPC 260 UNIX/Linux Administration 3
    CPC 160 Security Fundamentals 3
    CPC 161 Computer Forensics 3
    CPC 162 Ethical Hacking 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 70

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government
    3
    CPC 107 A+ (Computer Repair & Maintenance) 5
    CPC 160 Security Fundamentals 3
    CPC 180 Introduction to UNIX/Linux 3
    SECOND SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125
    English Composition II
    Technical Writing
    Business Writing
    3
    MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
    CPC 170 CCNA1 5
    CPC 171 CCNA2 5
    THIRD SEMESTER 19
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    Any BIO, CHM, PHY 3
    CPC 172 CCNA3 5
    CPC 173 CCNA4 5
    CPC 161 Ethical Hacking 3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 105 Computer Ethics 3
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CPC 245 CCNA Security 5
    CPC 260 UNIX/Linux Administration 3
    CPC 162 Ethical Hacking 3

     




  • Computer Security C.S.

    Computer Science

    Certificate of Specialization

    Description:
    A Certificate of Specialization in Computer Security provides an additional option for students to upgrade skills in a focused area of study. Students completing all of these courses at SCC also earn the CNSS 4011 Information Systems Security Professionals Certificate, recognized by the National Security Agency (NSA) in Washington, DC.
    General Education Requirements 0
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 23
    CPT/BUS 105 Computer Ethics 3
    CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 2
    CPT 165 Programming Logic 3
    CPT 200 Systems Analysis and Design 3
    CPT 246 Computer Security 3
    CPC 170 CCNA1 5
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 23

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 12
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT/BUS 105 Computer Ethics 3
    CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
    CPT 165 Programming Logic 3
    SECOND SEMESTER 11
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 200 Ssytems Analysis and Design 3
    CPT 246 Computer Security 3
    CPC 170 CCNA1 5



  • Computer Science Transfer Program Schedule Guide

    Computer Science

    Associate of Arts Degree

    Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credits.
    First Semester      
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
    CPT 115 Intro to Data Processing 3  
    MAT 180 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I 5  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar
    1  
      Humanities (Group I) 3  
      TOTAL   15
           
    Second Semester      
    ENG 102 English Composition II 3  
      Humanities (Group II) 3  
      Multicultural/Valuing 3  
    MAT 230 Calculus & Analytical Geometry II 5  
      Social Science (Group I) 3  
      TOTAL   17
           
    Third Semester      
      Lab Science Course 4  
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3  
    MAT 240 Calculus & Analytical Geometry III 5  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Social Science (Group II) 3  
      TOTAL   18
           
    Fourth Semester      
    MAT 242 Intro to Linear Algebra 3  
      Course(s) in major for transfer institution 3  
      Natural Science Course 3-4  
      Humanities Course 3  
      Social Science Course 3  
     COL 299 Sophomore Portfolio Assessment 1  
      TOTAL   16-17
         
    Total Hours Required For Graduation   64


    There are two Pathways for Computer Science to choose from, career or professional.

    1. One leads to the Associate of Arts degree that can be transferred toward an advanced degree at a four-year institution.
    2. The other path leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree that is not meant for transfer but instead to prepare the student for immediate entry to a career in computer science. See the computer science "career" program options outlined in Associate of Applied Science.

    For more information call 636-922-8241.




  • Multimedia C.A.

    Computer Science

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:

    Multimedia has changed the way America works! You will learn the fundamentals of multimedia authoring and design using the latest programs on the market leading to entry-level positions.

    Multimedia developers produce and develop CD-ROMs, online training, kiosks and media development using video, audio, programming, animations and graphics.

    General Education Requirements 13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 098 Beginning Algebra 4
    Communication ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    Social Science HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government
    3
    Elective CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE:  6
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    ADDITIONAL CORE REQUIREMENTS: (Choose any 4) 12
    CPM 170 Computer Graphics 3
    CPM 190 Dynamic Programming Languages 3
    CPM 210

    Digital Photo Editing 3
    CPM 220 3D Animation 3
    CPM 250 Web Animation 3
    CPM 260 Content Management Systems 3
    CPM 270 Digital Video Editing 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 31

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    MAT 098 Beginning Algebra 3
    CPT 115 introduction to Data Processing 3
    Choose two of the core requirements *

    6

    SECOND SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    HIS or POL Social Sciences 3
    Choose two of the core requirements * 6
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3

    * Core requirements include CPM 170, 190, 210, 220, 250, 260, 270




  • Multimedia C.S.

    Computer Science

    Certificate of Specialization

    Description:
    A Certificate of Specialization in Multimedia provides an additional option for students to upgrade skills in a focused area of study. Students will be awarded this certificate only upon successful completion of all the following courses.
    General Education Requirements 0
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 18
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    CPM 170 Computer Graphics (Adobe Illustrator) 3
    CPM 210 Digital Photo Editing (Adobe Photoshop) 3
    CPM 220 3D Animation 3
    CPM 250 Web Animation (Adobe Flash) 3
    CPM 270 Digital Video Editing (Adobe Premiere) 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 18

    For more information, call 636-922-8241




  • Networking A.A.S.

    Networking

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    Computer networking programs at St. Charles Community College provide hands-on, skills-based training in state-of-the-art classroom labs. The Cisco Networking Academy, Microsoft Academy and A+ programs prepare you for the corporate workplace and industry certifications. Learn how to configure, manage and troubleshoot network workstations, servers, routers and switches. Learn how to properly secure your network, how to set up a wireless network, and how to repair and troubleshoot PCs.
    General Education Requirements 25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 121

    Intermediate Algebra

    4

    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Technical Writing or
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications 

    3
    3

    3

    Social Science

    Pick one:
    HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 102


    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government

    3
    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM or PHY

    3
    Humanities

    CPT 105

    Computer Ethics

    3

    Elective BTC(BAS)CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 45
    CPC 107 A+ (Computer Repair & Maintenance) 5
    CPC 125 Windows Desktop Operating Systems 3
    CPC 202 Windows Server and Active Directory 5
    CPC 180 Introduction to UNIX/Linux 3
    CPC 260 UNIX/Linux Administration 3
    CPC 170 CCNA1 5
    CPC 171 CCNA2 5
    CPC 172 CCNA3 5
    CPC 173 CCNA4 5
    CPC 290 Virtualization Technologies 3
    CPC 299 New Technologies 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 70

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    HIS 101 or
    HIS 102 or
    HIS 115 or
    HIS 270 or
    POL 101 or
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government
    3
    CPC 107 A+ (Computer Repair & Maintenance) 5
    CPC 125 Windows Desktop Operating Systems 3
    CPC 180 Introduction to UNIX/Linux 3
    SECOND SEMESTER 18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125
    English Composition II
    Technical Writing
    Business Writing
    3
    MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
    CPC 202 Windows Server and Active Directory 5
    CPC 260 UNIX/Linux Administration 3
    CPC 299 New Technologies 3
    THIRD SEMESTER 19
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    Any BIO, CHM, PHY 3
    CPC 170 CCNA1 5
    CPC 171 CCNA2 5
    CPC 290 Virtualization Technologies 3
    FOURTH SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 105 Computer Ethics 3
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CPC 172 CCNA3 5
    CPC 173 CCNA4 5

     




  • Networking C.A.

    Networking

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    Computer netowrking programs at St. Charles Community College provide hands-on, skills-based training in state-of-the-art classroom labs. They help to prepare you for the corporate workplace and industry certifications. Learn how to configure, manage, troubleshoot, and secure network workstations, servers, routers, switches, and networks.
    General Education Requirements
    Must Include: CPT 103, CPT 105, MAT 121
    13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 098 or higher

    Beginning Algebra

    4
    Communication ENG 101 or
    ENG 102 or
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125 or
    SPE 101
    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    Technical Writing
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications
    3
    Social Science Pick one:
    HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government
    3
    Elective

    Any ANT
    Any ART
    BAS 103
    Any BIO
    CPT 103, 115
    Any CHM
    Any ECO
    EDU 220
    Any ENG
    Any Foreign Language
    Any GEO
    Any HIS
    Any LIT
    Any MAT
    Any MUS
    Any PHE
    Any PHL
    Any PHY
    Any POL
    Any PSY
    Any SOC
    Any SPE
    Any THE

    3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 19
    CPC 107 A+ (Computer Repair & Maintenance 5
    CPC 125 Windows Desktop Operating Systems 3
    CPC 170 CCNA1 5
    CPC 180 Introduction to UNIX/Linux 3
    CPC 160 Security Fundamentals 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES** 0
    None
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 32

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH

    Pick One:
    ENG 101
    ENG 102
    ENG 115
    ENG 125
    SPE 101


    English Composition 1
    English Composition 1
    Technical Writing
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications

    3
    MAT 098 or higher Beginning Algebra 4
    CPC 107 A+ (computer Repait & Maintenance) 5
    CPC 125 Windows Desktop Operating Systems 3
    SECOND SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH

    Pick One:
    HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 101


    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government

    3
    Elective

    Any ANT
    Any ART
    BAS 103
    Any BIO
    CPT 103, 115
    Any CHM
    Any ECO
    EDU 220
    Any ENG
    Any Foreign Language
    Any GEO
    Any HIS
    Any LIT
    Any MAT
    Any MUS
    Any PHE
    Any PHL
    Any PHY
    Any POL
    Any PSY
    Any SOC
    Any SPE
    Any THE

    3
    CPC 170 CCNA1 5
    CPC 160 Security Fundamentals 3
    CPC 180 Introduction to UNIX/Linnux 3



  • Database Management A.A.S.

    Computer Science

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    Databases are used to store, retrieve and manipulate data in nearly every type of organization including business, healthcare, education, government and libraries.
    Database technology is routinely used by individuals on personal computers, by work groups accessing databases on network servers, and by all employees using enterprise-wide distributed applications.
    General Education Requirements

    25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 121

    Intermediate Algebra

    4
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102
    ENG 115 or 
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II or
    Technical Writing, or 
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications 


    3
    3

    3

    Social Science

    HIS 101 or 102 or 115  or 270 or
    POL 101 or 102

    US History or American Government

    3

    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, PHY 3
    Humanities

    CPT/BUS 105

    Computer Ethics/ Business Ethics 3
    Elective

    CPT 115

    Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 33

    CPT 103

    Microcomputer Applications

    3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    CPT 130 Introduction to UNIX 3
    CPT 165 Programming Logic 3
    CPT 200 Systems Analysis & Design 3
    CPT 201 Intro to Database Management 3
    CPT 240 SQL Basics 3
    CPT 246 Computer Security 3
    CPT 260 Oracle Programming 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES** Choose any two of the following courses 6
    CPM 190 Dynamic Programming Languages 3
    CPT 250 Database Programming 3
    CPT 265 DB2 Programming 3
    CPT 270 Programming in Perl 3
    CPT 280 Visual Basic (.NET) 3
    CPT 282 Advanced Visual Basic (.NET) 3
    GEO 120 Introduction to GIS 3
    GEO 225 Advanced GIS 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 64

    Courses by Semester

    FALL SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications (MS Office) 3
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
    SPRING SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
    CPT 165 Computer Programming Logic 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    ENG 102, 115 or 125 English Comp II -or-Technical Writing -or-Business Writing 3
    HIS or POL Social Sciences 3
    SUMMER SEMESTER 3
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    FALL SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 130 Intro to UNIX 3
    CPT 201 Intro to Database Management 3
    Natural Science 3
    CPT 240 SQL Basics 3
    Database Elective Part I (see below) 3
    SPRING SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 200 Systems Analysis and Design 3
    CPT 245 Computer Security 3
    CPT 260 Oracle Programming 3
    CPT/BUS 105 Computer Ethics 3
    Database Elective Part II (see below) 3

    Database Electives: Choose any 2 courses

    Part I (Fall) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs Part II (Spring) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs
    GEO 120 or Intro to GIS GEO 225 or Advanced GIS
    CPT280 or Visual Basic (.NET) CPT 282 or Adv. Visual Basic (.NET)
    CPM 190 or Dynamic Programming CPT250 or Database Prog. (PHP)
    CPT270 Programming in Perl CPT265 DB2 Programming



  • Data Management C.A.

    Computer Science

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    Databases are used to store, manipulate and retrieve data in nearly every type of organization including business, healthcare, education, government, and libraries. Database technology is routinely used by people on personal computers, by workgroups accessing databases on network servers, and by all employees using enterprise-wide distributed applications. Managers in all industries seek to use knowledge derived from databases for competitive advantage.
    General Education Requirements 13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 098 Beginning Algebra 4
    Communication ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    Social Science HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government
    3
    Elective CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: (choose any six) 18
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications using MS Office 3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPT 121 Data Communications 3
    CPT 135 Programming in Python 3
    CPM 190 Dynamic Programming Languages 3
    CPT 201

    Intro to Database Management 3
    CPT 240 SQL Basics 3
    CPT 250 Database Programming 3
    CPT 260 Oracle Programming 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 31

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    MAT 098 Beginning Algebra 3
    CPT 115 introduction to Data Processing 3
    Choose two of the core requirements *

    6

    SECOND SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    HIS or POL Social Sciences 3
    Choose four of the core requirements * 12

    * Core requirements include CPT 103, 106, 121, 135, 201, 240, 250, 260 and CPM 190




  • Pre-Engineering Transfer Program A.S.

    Engineering

    Associate of Science Degree

    Students wanting to complete an Associate of Science Degree must follow one of the programs outlined in the SCC/Missouri University of Science and Technology "Model Program for Engineering Transfers" or SCC/University of Missouri-Columbia "Engineering Transfer Program." Should you experience difficulty transferring your SCC coursework to another institution, contact the vice president for academic and student affairs for assistance with an appeal to the receiving institution.

    Transfer Guides Available: Determination of specific courses should be based on the individual engineering area desired (electrical, mechanical, civil, etc.) and the school to which you plan to transfer. Transfer Guides are available for Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, Missouri University of Science and Technology, UM-Columbia, UM-St. Louis/Washington University Joint Engineering Program and Washington University. Classes appearing in bold below are standard classes for most engineering degrees at most schools of engineering.

    + Humanities/Social Science Electives – Typical social science courses include history, political science, sociology, psychology and economics. Humanities courses typically include literature, philosophy, and non-applied art, music and theater courses.  Check transfer school's requirements before choosing these courses.
    * The Academic Skills Assessment or appropriate ACT scores are required before enrolling in math or English classes.
    ** Check with transfer institution to see if this course is required for engineering area desired.
     First Semester   17
    MAT 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I* 5  
    CHM 115 (110/113) General Chemistry I 5  
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3  
      U.S. History or American Government 3  
    COL 101 College Success Seminar 1  
           
    Second Semester   14
    MAT 230 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 5  
    PHY 240/243 College Physics I and Lab 5  
    ENG 102 English Composition II ** or 3  
    SPE 101/110 Oral Communication/Interpersonal Communication **    
    EGR 100 Introduction to Engineering ** 1  
           
    Third Semester    16
    MAT 240 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III 5  
    PHY 241/244 College Physics II and Lab 5  
    EGR 104 Engineering Design ** 3  
    EGR 170 Engineering Mechanics-Statics 3  
           
    Fourth Semester   15-16
    CPT course per transfer institution – CPT 182/186/280/284 ** 3  
    Humanities/social science elective + 3  
    MAT 250 Differential Equations 3  
    ECO 110 or 120 Principles of Macroeconomics or Microeconomics ** 3  
    EGR 210 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics or 3  
    EGR 220 Electrical Circuits **    
    EGR 221 Electrical Circuits Lab (optional) 1  
       
    Total Hours Required for Graduation 64



  • Computer Programming A.A.S.

    Programming

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    Applications development is a foundation of information technology (IT) departments, and as custom applications become more prevalent on the Web and on network systems, companies are seeking skilled programmers.

    Professionals with strong object-oriented language skills are in greatest demand, particularly those with Visual Basic, C++, C and Java expertise.
    General Education Requirements 25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
    Communication

    ENG 101
    ENG 102
    ENG 115 or
    ENG 125
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    English Composition II
    Technical Writing
    Business Writing
    Oral Communications

    9
    Social Science

    HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State & Local Government

    3

    Natural Science Any BIO, CHM, PHY 3
    Humanities CPT/BUS 105 Computer Ethics/Business Ethics 3
    Elective CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 23
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
    CPT 165 Programming Logic 3
    CPT 200 systems Analysis & Design 3
    CPC 107 A+ Computer Repair & Maintenance 5
    ELECTIVE COURSES: Choose any two of the following pairs of courses 12

    CPT 182
    and CPT 186

    Beginning Programming in C++
    and Advanced Programming in C++

    3
    3

    CPT 280
    and CPT 282

    Visual Basic (.NET)
    and Advanced Visual Basic (.NET)

    3
    3

    CPT 284
    and CPT 287

    Java Programming
    and Advanced Java Programming

    3
    3

    CPT 174
    and CPT 175

    COBOL Programming I
    and COBOL Programming II

    3
    3

    CPT 240
    and CPT 260

    SQL Basics
    and Oracle Programming

    3
    3

    Plus choose any two of the following courses: 6
    CPT 104 Intro to Animation and Computer Games 3
    CPT 135 Programming in Python 3
    CPT 160 Mobile Apps Development 3
    CPT 185 Programming in C# 3
    CPM 190 Dynamic Programming Languages 3
    CPT 250 Database Programming 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 66

    Courses by Semester

    FALL SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications (MS Office) 3
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
    SPRING SEMESTER 17
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
    CPT 165 Computer Programming Logic 3
    CPC 107 A+ Computer Repair and Maintenance 5
    CPT/BUS 105 Computer Ethics 3
    SCIENCE Natural Science 3
    SUMMER SEMESTER 3
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    FALL SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 102, 115 or 125 English Comp II -or- Technical Writing -or- Business Writing 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    CPT Elect CPT Elective Part I 3
    CPT Elect CPT Elective Part I 3
    CPT Elect CPT Elective Part I 3
    SPRING SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 200 Systems Analysis and Design 3
    HIS or POL Social Sciences 3
    CPT Elect CPT Elective Part II 3
    CPT Elect CPT Elective Part II 3
    CPT Elect CPT Elective Part II 3

    CPT Electives: Choose two (2) of the following pairs:

    Part I (Fall) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs Part II (Spring) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs
    CPT 182 Beg. Programming C++ -and- CPT 186 Adv. Programming C++
    CPT 280 Visual Basic (.NET) -and- CPT 282 Adv. Visual Basic (.NET)
    CPM 284 Java Programming -and- CPT 287 Adv. Java Programming
    CPT 240 SQL Basics -and- CPT 260 Oracle Programming
    CPT 174 COBOL Programming I -and- CPT 175 COBOL Programming II

    Plus choose any two (2) of the following electives

    Part I (Fall) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs Part II (Spring) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs
    CPM 190 Dynamic Programming Lang. CPT 250 Database Programming (PHP)
    CPT 104 Intro to Animation & Games CPT 185 C# Programming
    CPT 135 Programming in Python CPT 160 Mobile Apps Development



  • Programming Languages C.A.

    Programming

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:
    Software development is a foundation of IT departments, and this certificate prepares you for entry-level positions that develop, manufacture, and support a wide range of software products.

    Operation systems and other system software, productivity software, network software, and Internet software are some of the exciting programs that are continuously enhanced and expanded.
    General Education Requirements 13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 098 Beginning Algebra 4
    Communication ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    Social Science

    HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government

    3

    Elective CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: (choose any six) 18
    CPT 135 Programming in Python 3
    CPT 182 Beginning Programming C++ 3
    CPT 186 Advanced Programming C++ 3
    CPT 280 Visual Basic  3
    CPT 282 Advanced Basic  3
    CPT 284 Java Programming 3
    CPT 287 Advanced Java Programming 3
    CPM 190 Dynamic Programming Languages 3
    CPT 185 Programming in C# 3
    CPT 240 SQL Basics 3
    CPT 250 Database Programming  3
    CPT 104 Intro to Programming Animation & Games 3
    CPT 260 Oracle Programming 3
    CPT 160 Mobile Apps Development 3
    CPT 172 FORTRAN 3
    CPT 174 COBOL Programming I 3
    CPT 175 COBOL Programming II 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 31

    Courses by Semester

    FALL SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    MAT 098 Beginning Algebra 4
    CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
    CPT Elective CPT Elective Part 1 3
    CPT Elective CPT Elective Part 1 3
    CPT Elective CPT Elective Part 1 3
    SPRING SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    HIS or POL Social Sciences 3
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    CPT Elective CPT Elective Part 2 3
    CPT Elective CPT Elective Part 2 3
    CPT Elective CPT Elective Part 2 3

    CPT Electives: Choose any six (6) of the following courses

    Part 1 (Fall) Choose 3 courses for 9 hrs Part 2 (Spring) Choose 3 courses for 9 hrs
    CPT 182 Beg. Programming C++ CPT 186 Adv. Programming C++
    CPT 280 Visual Basic  CPT 282 Adv. Visual Basic 
    CPM 284 Java Programming CPT 287 Adv. Java Programming
    CPT 240 SQL Basics CPT 260 Oracle Programming
    CPT 104 Intro to Prog. Animation & Games CPT 250 Database Programming
    CPT 190 Dynamic Prog. Languages CPT 160 Mobile Apps Development
    CPT 174 COBOL Programming I CPT 185 Programming in C#
    CPT 135 Programming in Python CPT 175 COBOL Programming II



  • Web Design C.A.

    Computer Science

    Certificate of Achievement

    Description:

    Web designers design Web pages, graphical content and animation, using HTML and Web editors.

    Learn the fundamentals of Web page authoring and design using the latest programs on the market leading to entry-level positions. Companies everywhere need webmasters to compete in today's business world.

    General Education Requirements 13
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics MAT 098 Beginning Algebra 4
    Communication ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    Social Science HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101
    POL 102
    US History to 1877
    US History since 1877
    US History since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State and Local Government
    3
    Elective CPT/BTC 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE:  9
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    CPM 160 HTML 3
    ADDITIONAL CORE REQUIREMENTS: (Minimum of 9 Credit Hours) 9
    CPM 190 Dynamic Programming Languages 3
    CPM 215 Fireworks 2
    CPM 230 Social Media Marketing for the Web 3
    CPM 240 Web Design 3
    CPM 250 Web Animation 3
    CPM 260 Content Management Systems 3
    CPM 280 JavaScript 3
    CPT 160 Mobile Apps Development 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 31

    For more information, call the program coordinator Jane O'Donnell at 636-922-8594.

    Courses by Semester

    FIRST SEMESTER 16
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    ENG 101 English Composition I 3
    MAT 098 Beginning Algebra 4
    CPT/BTC 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    Choose two of the core requirements *

    6

    SECOND SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    HIS or POL Social Sciences 3
    Choose one of the core requirements * 3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    CPM 160 HTML 3

    * Core requirements include CPM 190, 215, 230, 240, 250, 260, 280, CPT 160




  • Multimedia and Web Design A.A.S.

    Computer Science

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Description:
    This degree gives you a thorough knowledge of various multimedia software and scripting languages including graphics development, photo editing, video editing, creating 2D/3D animations, web page design using HTML, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, Content Management Systems, and Social Media.

    Our degree in Multimedia and Web Design focuses on integrating various up-to-date software and scripting languages to create a broad base in the field, preparing you for multiple career opportunities.

    General Education Requirements
    Must Include:

    24-25
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
    Mathematics Any MAT 105,121, or higher

    Applied Math, Intermediate Algebra or higher

    3-4

    Communication ENG 101
    ENG 115  
    SPE 101

    English Composition I
    Technical Writing
    Oral Communications 

    3
    3
    3

    Social Science HIS 101
    HIS 102
    HIS 115
    HIS 270
    POL 101 or
    POL 102

    US History to 1877
    US History Since 1877
    US History Since 1945
    History of Missouri
    American Government
    State & Local Government

    3

    Natural Science



    Any BIO, CHM or PHY

    3

    Humanities CPT/BUS 105 Computer/Business Ethics 3
    Elective CPT 115 Intro to Data Processing 3
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 33
    CPT/BTC(BAS)103 Microcomputer Applications 3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
      CPT 165 Programming Logic 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    CPM 170 Computer Graphics (Adobe Illustrator) 3
    CPM 160 Introduction to HTML 3
    CPM 210 Digital Photo Editing (Adobe Photoshop) 3
    CPM 250 Web Animation (Adobe Flash) 3
    CPM 251 E- Learning Development Capstone 3
    CPM 260 Content Management Systems (Word Press) 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES-choose three 8-9

    CPM 190

    Dynamic Programming Languages 3
    CPM 215 Fireworks 2
    CPM 220 3 D Animation (Sketchup) 3
    CPM 230 Social Media Marketing for the Web 3
    CPM 240 Web Design (Adobe Dreamweaver) 3
    CPM 270 Digital Video Editing (Premiere/AfterEffects) 3
    CPM 280 JavaScript 3
    CPM 290 Topics in Multimedia 3
    CPT 160 Mobile Apps Development 3
    CPT 250 Database Programming (SQL) 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 65-67

    Courses by Semester

    FALL SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 115 Intro to Data Processing 3
    CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
    CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications Using MS Office 3
    ENG 101 English Comp I* 3

    MAT 121 or
    MAT 105

    Intermediate Algebra* or
    Applied Mathematics
    3
    SPRING SEMESTER 15
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT 121 Basics of Data Communication *1 3
    CPM 170 Computer Graphics (Illustrator) 3
    CPT 165 Computer Programming Logic 3
    CPM 160 HTML# 3
    CPM 120 Windows Multimedia 3
    FALL SEMESTER 18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    CPT  105 Computer Ethics 3
    CPM 210 Digital Photo Editing 3
    CPM 250 Web Animation (Flash) 3
    ENG 115 Technical Writing* 3
    CPM Electives 6
    SPRING SEMESTER 18
    COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
    SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
    HIS or POL** 3
    Natural Science** 3
    CPM 251 E-Learning Development*4 3
    CPM 260 CMS (WordPress) 3
    CPM Elective 3

    CHOOSE THREE OF THE FOLLOWING:

    CPM 240

    Web Design (Dreamweaver)

    3

    CPM 220

    Animation & Design (SketchUp)*l*3

    3

    CPM 215

    Fireworks (8 week course-2nd 8 weeks)*3

    2

    CPM 190

    Dynamic Programming Languages*l*3

    3

    CPM 230

    Social Media Marketing*2

    3

    CPM 270

    Digital Video Editing (Adobe Premiere)

    3

    CPT 250

    Database Programming* 1*4*6

    3

    CPM 280

    Multimedia Programming (Java Script)*l*4

    3

    CPM 290

    Topics in Multimedia+

    3

    CPT 160

    Mobile Apps Development*4

    3

    •The Academic Skills Assessment is required before enrolling in math or English courses. If a student places into lower level courses than are required for his/her degree, then the student needs to first enroll in lower level courses before enrolling in the courses needed for graduation.

    The student earning an Associate of Applied Science Degree needs to be aware that the courses taken for the degree are specifically designed to help in obtaining employment after earning the degree and are not designed for transfer to a four-year institution. If the student wants to transfer courses, then the Associate of Arts Degree should be pursued.

    **Courses that will fulfill the graduation requirements for General Education electives, Social Science, Natural Science, and Humanities are listed in the "Associate of Applied Science Degree Graduation Requirements" in the college catalog.

    +CPM 290 (Topics in Multimedia) independent study course for students who want to study Multimedia in depth, needs appropriate prerequisite and instructors permission.

    *1 online course only

    *2 nights only

    *3 FA only

    *4 SP only

    *5 not available at this time

    *6 odd years only

    *7 even years only

    Contact Information: Jane O'Donnell iodonnell@stchas.edu  636-922-8594

    If you have specific questions about additional computer information, please contact the computer science department in TECH 105.




  • Web Development C.S.

    Programming

    Certificate of Specialization

    Description:
    A Certificate of Specialization in Web Development provides an additional option for potential students to upgrade skills in a focused area of study. Students will be awarded this certificate only upon successful completion of all the following courses.
    General Education Requirements 0
    CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 12
    CPM 160 HTML 3
    CPM 190 Dynamic Programming Languages 3
    CPM 240 Advanced Web Design (Adobe Dreamweaver) 3
    CPM 250 Web Animation (Adobe Flash) 3
    ELECTIVE COURSES 6
    CPM 215 Fireworks 2
    CPM 230 Social Media Marketing for the Web 3
    CPT 160 Mobile Apps Development 3
    CPT 240 SQL Basics 3
    CPT 250 Database Programming 3
    CPM 260 Content Management Systems (CMS) 3
    CPM 280 Javascript 3
    TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 18