Jun 26, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog

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Course Numbering System
Each course has a letter and a numeric code. The letters are an abbreviation for the subject. For instance, MAT indicates a mathematics course and ENG an English course.

Courses numbered 100-199 are usually considered freshman level. Sophomore courses are generally numbered between 200 and 299.

Course numbers and descriptions are subject to change.

Developmental Courses

Developmental courses are numbered from 001 to 099. These are courses that teach basic skills often required to complete other college work. Students may be referred to these courses if their placement test scores do not meet college minimum standards. Though developmental courses may be required to enter a program or enroll in other courses, they do not count toward a degree or certificate.

Independent Study

Independent study classes allow students to develop specialized course goals working independently with an instructor. In this type of class, students meet in person with an instructor and agree to an appropriate course of study to conduct an independent investigation of a problem. One credit hour is awarded for each two hours of contracted special study per week per semester. Enrollment requires approval of the appropriate division director and the chief instructional officer.

Off Campus Courses

Courses that originate at PPCC campuses and include travel to off-campus locations are considered by the institution to be resident courses.

Selected Topics

These courses are available in all disciplines under the 175, 177, 176, 275, 276, 277 series. Developmental courses are 075, 076, 077. These courses meet temporary or special requirements for offerings not in the curriculum and explore the viability of adding the proposed course to the curriculum.

State-Guaranteed Curriculum

The State – Guaranteed Curriculum is a package of courses which will transfer to all public colleges and universities in Colorado (except School of Mines). The core package is part of the associate of arts and associate of science degrees. When transferred as a package, core courses will satisfy the lower division general education requirements for Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Sciences degrees provided they are completed with a grade of C or better.

Work Experience Courses

These courses are designed to improve employability and to expand the laboratory or shop capabilities of the institution through the use of community-based facilities. All work (field) experience courses include the following:

  • an instructor credentialed in the program area to supervise the off-campus instruction
  • activities designed by the instructor
  • student attendance at a minimum of one class session per week with the instructor
  • a training plan which includes assignments required for completion of the course
  • grading according to the established college grading policy
  • the same types of assignments and preparation as for on-campus courses.
 

Accounting

   •  ACC 101 - Fundamentals of Accounting 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 115 - Payroll Accounting 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 121 - Accounting Principles I 4 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 122 - Accounting Principles II 4 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 125 - Computerized Accounting 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 131 - Income Tax 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 132 - Tax Help Colorado 2 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 133 - Tax Help Colorado Practicum 1 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 135 - Spreadsheet Applications for Accounting 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 211 - Intermediate Accounting I 4 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 212 - Intermediate Accounting II 4 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 216 - Governmental & Not-for-Profit Accounting 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 226 - Cost Accounting 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ACC 287 - Cooperative Education 3 Credit Hour(s)

Advancing Academic Achievement

   •  AAA 101 - College 101: Student Experience 1 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AAA 109 - Advanced Academic Achievement 3 Credit Hour(s)

Agriculture Crops & Soil

   •  AGY 240 - Introductory Soil Science SC1 4 Credit Hour(s)

American Sign Language

   •  ASL 121 - American Sign Language I 5 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ASL 122 - American Sign Language II 5 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ASL 123 - American Sign Language III 5 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ASL 125 - Fingerspelling 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ASL 135 - Conversational ASL 2 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ASL 215 - ASL Literature 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ASL 221 - American Sign Language IV 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ASL 222 - American Sign Language V 3 Credit Hour(s)

Anthropology

   •  ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology SS3 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 103 - Archaeology Laboratory SS3 1 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 104 - Physical Anthropology Laboratory SS3 1 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 107 - Introduction to Archaeology SS3 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 111 - Biological Anthropology with Laboratory SC1 4 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 121 - Cultures of the Southwest 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 201 - Introduction to Forensic Anthropology SS3 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 207 - Human Prehistory 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 211 - Cultural Resource Management 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 215 - Indians of North America SS3 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 218 - Archaeology of the Bible 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 221 - Exploring Other Cultures I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 222 - Exploring Other Cultures II 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 225 - Anthropology of Religion SS3 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 250 - Medical Anthropology SS3 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 255 - Anthropology of Energy 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 260 - Sex, Gender & Culture 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 263 - Anthropology of Folklore 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ANT 280 - Southwest Field Exploration 2 Credit Hour(s)

Arabic

   •  ARA 111 - Arabic Language I 5 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ARA 112 - Arabic Language II 5 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ARA 211 - Arabic Language III 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ARA 212 - Arabic Language IV 3 Credit Hour(s)

Architectural Engineer/Construction Management

   •  AEC 102 - Residential Construction Drawing 4 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 104 - Architectural Drawing Theory 4 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 107 - Print Reading Residential/Commercial 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 121 - Construction Material & Systems 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 122 - Construction Practices & Documents 2 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 123 - Commercial Construction Drawing 4 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 125 - History of Architecture 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 216 - Construction Estimating 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 218 - Sustainable Building Systems 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 225 - Architectural Design & Development 4 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 226 - Construction Scheduling 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 232 - Construction Project Management 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 233 - Construction Safety & Loss Prevention 2 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 236 - International Building Codes 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 255 - Professional Workplace Skills & Presentation 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  AEC 280 - Internship 3 Credit Hour(s)

Art

   •  ART 110 - Art Appreciation AH1 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 111 - Art History Ancient to Medieval AH1 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 112 - Art History Renaissance to 1900 AH1 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 113 - History of Photography 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 114 - Art Sampler 1 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 115 - Stained Glass I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 116 - Stained Glass II 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 117 - Fiber Design I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 118 - Weaving Techniques Southwest I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 119 - Weaving Techniques Southwest II 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 121 - Drawing I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 122 - Drawing for the Graphic Novel 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 124 - Watercolor I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 127 - Landscape Drawing I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 128 - Figure Drawing I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 129 - Printmaking I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 131 - Visual Concepts 2-D Design 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 132 - Visual Concepts 3-D Design 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 133 - Jewelry & Metalwork I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 137 - Enameling on Metal I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 138 - Film Photography I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 139 - Digital Photography I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 142 - Landscape Photography 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 144 - Portrait Photography 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 149 - Mixed Media I: Digital Art 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 150 - Digital Art Foundations I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 151 - Painting I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 152 - Landscape Painting 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 153 - Pastel Painting 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 154 - Figure Painting I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 155 - Portraiture 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 161 - Ceramics I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 162 - Handbuilt Clay I 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 163 - Handbuilt Clay II 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 164 - Handbuilt Clay III 3 Credit Hour(s)
   •  ART 165 - Sculpture I 3 Credit Hour(s)
 

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