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    Walters State Community College
   
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog and Student Handbook

Course Descriptions


 In addition to the credit courses of study in each of the following disciplines, the college also offers from semester to semester various special courses of study not listed. These courses are offered through the office of Community Education and all inquiries should be addressed to the dean of that office.

♦ Courses with this designation will transfer to some four year colleges and universities. Please see transfer equivalency tables, the Walters State Student Success Center or your faculty advisor for more specifics on the transferability of coursework.

Course Designations

F - course offered Fall Semester

S - course offered Spring Semester

Su - course offered Summer Semester

As required - offered on student need

 
   •  ETMF 1810 - Industrial Supervision
   •  ETMF 2500 - Project Scheduling
   •  ETMF 2610 - Occupational Safety
   •  ETMF 2710 - Operations Management II
   •  ETMF 2750 - Engineering Economy
   •  ETMF 2810/2811 - CNC Programming
   •  FIRE 1310 - Principles of Emergency Services
   •  FIRE 1315 - Rescue Awareness
   •  FIRE 1320 - Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Safety and Survival
   •  FIRE 1325 - Fire Investigation I
   •  FIRE 1330 - Fire Prevention
   •  FIRE 2115 - Introduction to Homeland Security and Disaster Management
   •  FIRE 2170 - Public Fire and Life Safety Education
   •  FIRE 2180 - Legal Aspects of Emergency Services
   •  FIRE 2185 - Fire Investigation II
   •  FIRE 2199 - Special Topics in Fire Science
   •  FIRE 2299 - Special Topics in Fire Science
   •  FIRE 2310 - Fire Protection Systems
   •  FIRE 2315 - Introduction to Homeland Security and Disaster Management
   •  FIRE 2320 - Building Construction for Fire Protection
   •  FIRE 2325 - Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply
   •  FIRE 2330 - Fire Behavior and Combustion
   •  FIRE 2335 - Strategy and Tactics
   •  FIRE 2340 - Leadership Development
   •  FIRE 2350 - Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Administration
   •  FIRE 2355 - Hazardous Materials I
   •  FIRE 2360 - Occupational Safety and Health for Emergency Services
   •  FIRE 2365 - Hazardous Materials II
   •  FIRE 2370 - Public Fire and Life Safety Education
   •  FIRE 2375 - Hazardous Materials Chemistry
   •  FIRE 2380 - Legal Aspects of Emergency Services
   •  FIRE 2385 - Fire Investigation II
   •  FIRE 2390 - Emergency Services Capstone Project
   •  FIRE 2399 - Special Topics in Fire Science
   •  FREN 1010♦ - Elementary French I
   •  FREN 1020♦ - Elementary French II
   •  FREN 2010♦ - Intermediate French
   •  FREN 2020♦ - Intermediate French II
   •  GEOG 1000♦ - Area Studies
   •  GEOG 1030♦ - Cultural Geography
   •  GEOG 2010♦ - World Regional Geography
   •  GEOG 2990♦ - Projects in Geography
   •  GEOL 1030♦ - Geology
   •  GEOL 1031♦ - Geology Lab
   •  GERM 1010♦ - Elementary German I
   •  GERM 1020♦ - Elementary German II
   •  GERM 2010♦ - Intermediate German I
   •  GERM 2020♦ - Intermediate German II
   •  HIMT 1202 - Legal Aspects of Health Information
   •  HIMT 1300 - Medical Terminology
   •  HIMT 1301 - Introduction to Health Information Management
   •  HIMT 1303 - Basic ICD Coding I
   •  HIMT 1305 - Computer Applications in Health Information
   •  HIMT 1306 - Medical Insurance Billing
   •  HIMT 1307 - Insurance Procedures Practicum
   •  HIMT 1308 - Introduction to Health-Related Professions
   •  HIMT 1401 - Disease Processes
   •  HIMT 2211 - Quality Improvement
   •  HIMT 2212 - Seminar in Health Information Management
   •  HIMT 2301 - CPT Coding
   •  HIMT 2302 - Basic ICD Coding II
   •  HIMT 2303 - Advanced Coding
   •  HIMT 2304 - HIM Management Principles
   •  HIMT 2305 - Revenue Cycle Management
   •  HIMT 2307 - Professional Practice Experience I
   •  HIMT 2309 - Data Analysis and Statistics
   •  HIST 1000♦ - Introduction to U.S. History
   •  HIST 1110♦ - Survey of World Civilization I
   •  HIST 1120♦ - Survey of World Civilization II
   •  HIST 2010♦ - American History I
   •  HIST 2020♦ - American History II
   •  HIST 2030♦ - Tennessee History
   •  HIST 2100♦ - Introduction to Women's Studies
   •  HIST 2200♦ - Women in Society
   •  HIST 2990♦ - Problems in History
   •  HITC 1051 - Professional Seminar
   •  HITC 2010♦ - Fundamentals of Health Information Management
   •  HITC 2020♦ - Applications in Healthcare Information Systems
   •  HITC 2030♦ - Quality Improvement and Assessment in Healthcare
   •  HITC 2040♦ - Health Statistics and Registries
   •  HITC 2050♦ - Health Information Technology Practice I
   •  HITC 2170 - Management Functions and Health Information
   •  HITC 2180 - Legal Aspects of Health Information
   •  HLTH 2010♦ - Nutrition
   •  HLTH 2210♦ - Personal Health
   •  HLTH 2310♦ - Safety and First Aid
   •  HMGT 1010♦ - Foundations of Hospitality
   •  HMGT 1070 - Hotel Operations
   •  HMGT 1250♦ - Service Management
   •  HMGT 2640♦ - Hospitality Human Resource Management
   •  HMGT 2670♦ - Front Office Procedures
   •  HMGT 2770♦ - Hospitality Sales and Marketing
   •  HMGT 2805♦ - Convention Management and Service
   •  HMGT 2910♦ - Hotel/Restaurant Internship
   •  HRPR 1000 - Introduction to Health-Related Professions
   •  HUM 1030♦ - Introduction to Film Appreciation
   •  HUM 2010♦ - Humanities: The Human Adventure I
   •  HUM 2020♦ - Introduction to African-American Studies I
   •  HUM 2030♦ - Introduction to African-American Studies II
   •  HUM 2100♦ - Introduction to Women's Studies
 

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