Degree Catalog - American College of Higher Education

Degree Catalog - American College of Higher Education

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Why USA?

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Message from President, Broward College

Administration

Academic Syndicate

American College Leadership

Student Activities

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Welcome to the American College of Higher Education ...................................................

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Facilities ...........................................................................................................................

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Message from District Director for International Education, Broward College

Why is USA No. 1 destination?

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Study in USA

The American Educational System ...................................................................................

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Transfer Program

Transfer of Credits

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The Transfer Process ........................................................................................................

Choosing of a University ...................................................................................................

Transfer to Canada ...........................................................................................................

Transfer to Other Countries .............................................................................................

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The Pathway To Your Degree

How to plan your courses “The Totally Educated Individual” ............................................

The Fast Track Program ....................................................................................................

Affiliations & Programmes

Broward College ..............................................................................................................

Accreditation .....................................................................................................................

The Stamp of Excellence ..................................................................................................

The 2+2 Programme

Benefit to the Students ....................................................................................................

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Associate Degrees

Associate in Arts Degree (AA) ...........................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Biological Science ................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Engineering ..........................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Business ..............................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Information Technology ........................................................................

Associate in Arts - Psychology ..........................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Education .............................................................................................

Associate in Science - Early Childhood Education ............................................................

Associate of Science - Business Administration ................................................................

Associate in Science - Hospitality & Tourism Management ..............................................

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Associate Degrees (Excelsior College)

Excelsior College ..............................................................................................................

Associate Degree .............................................................................................................

Associate in Science Degree ............................................................................................

Associate of Science in Business Degree ........................................................................

Associate in Applied Science in Administrative / Management Studies ...........................

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Why USA?

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Message from President, Broward College

Administration

Academic Syndicate

American College Leadership

Student Activities

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Welcome to the American College of Higher Education ...................................................

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Facilities ...........................................................................................................................

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Message from District Director for International Education, Broward College

Why is USA No. 1 destination?

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Study in USA

The American Educational System ...................................................................................

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Transfer Program

Transfer of Credits

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The Transfer Process ........................................................................................................

Choosing of a University ...................................................................................................

Transfer to Canada ...........................................................................................................

Transfer to Other Countries .............................................................................................

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The Pathway To Your Degree

How to plan your courses “The Totally Educated Individual” ............................................

The Fast Track Program ....................................................................................................

Affiliations & Programmes

Broward College ..............................................................................................................

Accreditation .....................................................................................................................

The Stamp of Excellence ..................................................................................................

Benefit to the Students ....................................................................................................

The 2+2 Programme

Associate Degrees

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Associate in Arts Degree (AA) ...........................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Biological Science ................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Engineering ..........................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Business ..............................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Information Technology ........................................................................

Associate in Arts - Psychology ..........................................................................................

Associate in Arts - Education .............................................................................................

Associate in Science - Early Childhood Education ............................................................

Associate of Science - Business Administration ................................................................

Associate in Science - Hospitality & Tourism Management ..............................................

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Associate Degrees (Excelsior College)

Excelsior College ..............................................................................................................

Associate Degree .............................................................................................................

Associate in Science Degree ............................................................................................

Associate of Science in Business Degree ........................................................................

Associate in Applied Science in Administrative / Management Studies ...........................

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Bachelors Degrees

Bachelors Degrees ............................................................................................................

4 Years Bachelors Degrees ...............................................................................................

Bachelor of Science in the Management of Human Resources ........................................

Bachelor of Science in General Business .........................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems ...............................................

Bachelor of Science in Marketing ......................................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Accounting ....................................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology .................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Psychology ...................................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology (Nano Technology) .................

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Universities & Scholarships

A Student’s Experience ......................................................................................................

Universities that students have transferred to .................................................................

Scholarships ......................................................................................................................

Some of the students who transferred in 2015-2016

Academic Degrees

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions ............................................................................................

Appendix

Course Description ............................................................................................................

Application Form ................................................................................................................

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Why USA ?

Out of the world’s top 20 universities,13 are in the USA

US Universities spend millions of dollars a year on research , ranging from US $ 100 million to US $ 500 million a year.

This greatly benefits our students who join hands with other foreign students & American students to provide some of the greatest inventions man has ever known. These inventions came out of the hands and minds of students at

US universities - Microsoft (Harvard), Google, Facebook, GPS (MIT), Mouse (Stanford) and LCD Monitor. Now you can be part of these great inventions & technology revolution.

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Bachelors Degrees

Bachelors Degrees ............................................................................................................

4 Years Bachelors Degrees ...............................................................................................

Bachelor of Science in the Management of Human Resources ........................................

Bachelor of Science in General Business .........................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems ...............................................

Bachelor of Science in Marketing ......................................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Accounting ....................................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology .................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Psychology ...................................................................................

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology (Nano Technology) .................

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Universities & Scholarships

A Student’s Experience ......................................................................................................

Universities that students have transferred to .................................................................

Scholarships ......................................................................................................................

Some of the students who transferred in 2015-2016

Academic Degrees

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions ............................................................................................

Appendix

Course Description ............................................................................................................

Application Form ................................................................................................................

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50 - 51

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53 - 55

56 - 72

80 - 81

Why USA ?

Out of the world’s top 20 universities,13 are in the USA

US Universities spend millions of dollars a year on research , ranging from US $ 100 million to US $ 500 million a year.

This greatly benefits our students who join hands with other foreign students & American students to provide some of the greatest inventions man has ever known. These inventions came out of the hands and minds of students at

US universities - Microsoft (Harvard), Google, Facebook, GPS (MIT), Mouse (Stanford) and LCD Monitor. Now you can be part of these great inventions & technology revolution.

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Dear ACHE Students,

Choose American College of Higher Education an International Center of Broward College for its academic excellence , for the many and varied opportunities it provides its students, for the classes taught by distinguished and devoted faculty members. Whatever your aspirations may be for attaining higher education and achieving career goals, you can succeed in reaching them by attending

American College of Higher Education.

We are all here for you with a commitment to your success at American College of Higher Education.

Dr. David Armstrong Jr.

President, Broward College,

Florida, USA

Dear ACHE Students,

For over 20 years Broward College and the American College of Higher Education have forged a unique academic partnership to bring US higher education opportunities to students in Sri Lanka. That's a long time! And indeed, an academic partnership with this level of continuity and commitment is a rarity, especially in the current environment of institutions that are here today and gone tomorrow, while professing an “American” curriculum. Backed by the assurance that the Broward College academic programs offered at ACHE are fully approved by BC's regional accrediting body, the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges

Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), students can study with confidence that they are working toward and earning a genuine

American degree.

Literally thousands of students from Sri Lanka have started their higher education journey through Broward College at ACHE and then successfully transferred to complete bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees from prestigious American universities in the US.

By earning a Broward College associates' degree, which is the completion of the first two years of a bachelor's degree, students are able to easily transfer to universities in the US to complete their bachelor's degree. Regardless of what your educational goals might be, BC and ACHE have an academic program that's right for you that is enabled by an exceptional and committed faculty, a dedicated and caring administration and staff, and supported by all the resources that Broward College has to offer.

I could not be more honored to serve as Broward College's country coordinator for our programs in Sri Lanka. It is a professional and personal highpoint for me to be engaged with such incredible students, to work so closely with our ACHE colleagues whom I consider friends, and to be touched by the inspiring beauty of Sri Lanka and the kindness of its people!

Dr. Scott Mason

District Director for International Education,

Broward College,

Florida, USA

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Dear ACHE Students,

Choose American College of Higher Education an International Center of Broward College for its academic excellence , for the many and varied opportunities it provides its students, for the classes taught by distinguished and devoted faculty members. Whatever your aspirations may be for attaining higher education and achieving career goals, you can succeed in reaching them by attending

American College of Higher Education.

We are all here for you with a commitment to your success at American College of Higher Education.

Dr. David Armstrong Jr.

President, Broward College,

Florida, USA

Dear ACHE Students,

For over 20 years Broward College and the American College of Higher Education have forged a unique academic partnership to bring US higher education opportunities to students in Sri Lanka. That's a long time! And indeed, an academic partnership with this level of continuity and commitment is a rarity, especially in the current environment of institutions that are here today and gone tomorrow, while professing an “American” curriculum. Backed by the assurance that the Broward College academic programs offered at ACHE are fully approved by BC's regional accrediting body, the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges

Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), students can study with confidence that they are working toward and earning a genuine

American degree.

Literally thousands of students from Sri Lanka have started their higher education journey through Broward College at ACHE and then successfully transferred to complete bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees from prestigious American universities in the US.

By earning a Broward College associates' degree, which is the completion of the first two years of a bachelor's degree, students are able to easily transfer to universities in the US to complete their bachelor's degree. Regardless of what your educational goals might be, BC and ACHE have an academic program that's right for you that is enabled by an exceptional and committed faculty, a dedicated and caring administration and staff, and supported by all the resources that Broward College has to offer.

I could not be more honored to serve as Broward College's country coordinator for our programs in Sri Lanka. It is a professional and personal highpoint for me to be engaged with such incredible students, to work so closely with our ACHE colleagues whom I consider friends, and to be touched by the inspiring beauty of Sri Lanka and the kindness of its people!

Dr. Scott Mason

District Director for International Education,

Broward College,

Florida, USA

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USA is the No. 1 destination for over a million International students who seek a first class education each year

Because...

Quality

The quality of the facilities, resources and faculty at US Universities are unparalleled anywhere else in the world.

Accreditation

The US system of accreditation ensures that institutions continue to maintain overall high academic standards.

Choice

The variety of course choices, areas of specialization and majors available in US Universities is unrivalled in any other part of the world.

Investment

An American Education is an investment in your future, since a broad based, versatile US degree will equip you to face future challenges confidently.

Value

A US Degree offers excellent value for money, with tuition fees ranging from US $ 12,000 to US $ 50,000 per year at first class state and private Universities.

Scholarships

Scholarships are available for foreign students at many Universities. 90% of the American College students have transferred to USA on merit based scholarships. Some students obtained scholarships upto US $ 28,500 per year making studying in the USA affordable and a reality.

Special Study Options

Students have the opportunity for accelerated study, double majors, internships and Study Abroad programs at

US Universities

Sherryn Yaseen - Mangalagama

Dr. Padmini Sirimanne

Victor S. Patrick

Dr. James C. Butler

Dr. David Moore

Dr. Scott Mason

ADMINISTRATION

BBA (Ohio University,USA)

Ph.D. (Australia)

B.Ph. (Rome), MBA

CEO / Chairperson

Director of Studies

General Manager / Deputy Registrar

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ADVISORY BOARD

PhD ( USA )

Director,

American University in Dubai

UAE

PhD ( USA )

PhD (USA)

Associate Vice President

International Education

Broward College

Florida, USA

District Director for International Education

Broward College

Florida

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USA is the No. 1 destination for over a million International students who seek a first class education each year

Because...

Quality

The quality of the facilities, resources and faculty at US Universities are unparalleled anywhere else in the world.

Accreditation

The US system of accreditation ensures that institutions continue to maintain overall high academic standards.

Choice

The variety of course choices, areas of specialization and majors available in US Universities is unrivalled in any other part of the world.

Investment

An American Education is an investment in your future, since a broad based, versatile US degree will equip you to face future challenges confidently.

Value

A US Degree offers excellent value for money, with tuition fees ranging from US $ 12,000 to US $ 50,000 per year at first class state and private Universities.

Scholarships

Scholarships are available for foreign students at many Universities. 90% of the American College students have transferred to USA on merit based scholarships. Some students obtained scholarships upto US $ 28,500 per year making studying in the USA affordable and a reality.

Special Study Options

Students have the opportunity for accelerated study, double majors, internships and Study Abroad programs at

US Universities

Sherryn Yaseen - Mangalagama

Dr. Padmini Sirimanne

Victor S. Patrick

Dr. James C. Butler

Dr. David Moore

Dr. Scott Mason

ADMINISTRATION

BBA (Ohio University,USA)

Ph.D. (Australia)

B.Ph. (Rome), MBA

CEO / Chairperson

Director of Studies

General Manager / Deputy Registrar

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ADVISORY BOARD

PhD ( USA )

Director,

American University in Dubai

UAE

PhD ( USA )

PhD (USA)

Associate Vice President

International Education

Broward College

Florida, USA

District Director for International Education

Broward College

Florida

USA

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ACADEMIC SYNDICATE

Mrs. Sherryn Yaseen - Mangalagama (President) BBA (USA) Ohio, University (USA)

Mr. Victor S. Patrick (General Manager / Deputy Registrar) B.Ph (Rome), MBA

Dr. Padmini Sirimanne (Director of Studies)

Prof. Sarath Amarasinghe

Prof. Craig R. Gardner

Prof. Kenedy Gunewardena

Ph.D.(Aus.)

B.A. (Hons),(SL) M.Sc,(Thailand)Ph.D.(Delhi)

MFA UC Irvine

BSc.(SL) MBA (SL) Ph. D(Thailand)

Prof. Daya Edirisinghe

Mr. R. H. M. Piyasena

Mrs. Vera Willoughby

Mr. Lal Doluweera

BA(SL) MA(Korea)

B.A. (Hons), MA, LLB(SL)

BA (Ukraine)

Bsc, MBA(SL)

WELCOME TO THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

DEHIWALA

KANDY

E stablished in 1995, the American College of

Higher Education has grown to be one of the finest higher educational institutions in Sri Lanka offering American degrees.

The American College of Higher Education (ACHE) is an

International Center of Broward College, USA and is strategically located in Dehiwela just outside the Colombo

City limits, ensuring easy accessibility and an environment conducive to learning.

ACHE is the only American Education provider in Sri

Lanka to be approved by a US accreditation commission, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

(SACS) USA.

The ACHE has five branch campuses in order to meet the needs of students outside of Colombo with an American style education. A branch campus is located in of Kandy, where the combination of scenic beauty and a cooler climate offers students an ideal academic atmosphere.

Students in southern Sri Lanka have access to two ACHE branches, one in Galle and the other in Matara, both of which are within close proximity to their town centers.

Another branch campus is located in Negombo just off the main Colombo - Negombo Road. Another center of the

ACHE is in the historic city of Kurunegala, located along the Colombo-Kurunegala main road.

The ACHE is committed to the students’ academic and personal development, and dedicated to the students’ future. Whatever part of Sri Lanka you reside in, an affordable and quality education at the ACHE is not far away.

NEGOMBO

MATARA

GALLE KURUNEGALA

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ACADEMIC SYNDICATE

Mrs. Sherryn Yaseen - Mangalagama (President) BBA (USA) Ohio, University (USA)

Mr. Victor S. Patrick (General Manager / Deputy Registrar) B.Ph (Rome), MBA

Dr. Padmini Sirimanne (Director of Studies)

Prof. Sarath Amarasinghe

Prof. Craig R. Gardner

Prof. Kenedy Gunewardena

Ph.D.(Aus.)

B.A. (Hons),(SL) M.Sc,(Thailand)Ph.D.(Delhi)

MFA UC Irvine

BSc.(SL) MBA (SL) Ph. D(Thailand)

Prof. Daya Edirisinghe

Mr. R. H. M. Piyasena

Mrs. Vera Willoughby

Mr. Lal Doluweera

BA(SL) MA(Korea)

B.A. (Hons), MA, LLB(SL)

BA (Ukraine)

Bsc, MBA(SL)

WELCOME TO THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

DEHIWALA

KANDY

E stablished in 1995, the American College of

Higher Education has grown to be one of the finest higher educational institutions in Sri Lanka offering American degrees.

The American College of Higher Education (ACHE) is an

International Center of Broward College, USA and is strategically located in Dehiwela just outside the Colombo

City limits, ensuring easy accessibility and an environment conducive to learning.

ACHE is the only American Education provider in Sri

Lanka to be approved by a US accreditation commission, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

(SACS) USA.

The ACHE has five branch campuses in order to meet the needs of students outside of Colombo with an American style education. A branch campus is located in of Kandy, where the combination of scenic beauty and a cooler climate offers students an ideal academic atmosphere.

Students in southern Sri Lanka have access to two ACHE branches, one in Galle and the other in Matara, both of which are within close proximity to their town centers.

Another branch campus is located in Negombo just off the main Colombo - Negombo Road. Another center of the

ACHE is in the historic city of Kurunegala, located along the Colombo-Kurunegala main road.

The ACHE is committed to the students’ academic and personal development, and dedicated to the students’ future. Whatever part of Sri Lanka you reside in, an affordable and quality education at the ACHE is not far away.

NEGOMBO

MATARA

GALLE KURUNEGALA

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AMERICAN COLLEGE LEADERSHIP

I congratulate you on your decision to choose the American College of Higher Education as your higher education partner.

Being a pioneer and leader in Sri Lanka’s growing group of private higher education institutions, we offer world class American undergraduate programs in various disciplines as well as British undergraduate studies in the field of business. Diplomas in

Hospitality and Tourism; Education; Psychology; Management; Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering; and Travel and

Tourism are also highly popular.

During the past 21 years in successful existence, over 4,000 students have successfully transferred to universities abroad or completed their Bachelor’s degrees through our diverse offerings. This includes those who have successfully received diplomas and certificates in the disciplines. We are proud and happy to share their success stories with you, and look forward to adding your name to our success stories.

Here at the American College, we take a keen interest in the education of each student as an individual and strive to help point the path to a rewarding future, with the support of our staff, educators and administrators. We are here to assist you in your journey from ordinary to extraordinary.

As the CEO/ Founder of the American College of Higher Education, I welcome you and personally embrace your future dreams!

Sherryn Yaseen

CEO, American College of Higher Education, Sri Lanka

Vision

The American College of Higher Education, Sri Lanka aspires to be a leader in global education, and to be known as a progressive institution, that implements student-centered teaching and academic excellence to empower students to function as strong and versatile leaders in a multi-ethnic environment.

Mission

Our mission is to provide excellent academic opportunities which will help produce dynamic students who will have a broad knowledge, be leaders in their prospective professions, critical thinkers and creative individuals who will be able to operate in any environment, and will have the ability to respond easily to rapidly changing needs of their professions.

Facilities

Student facilities include a Library, Virtual

Library, Computer Labs, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology Labs, comfortable classrooms,

Cafeteria, Student Lounge with pool table,

Carom and other indoor games.

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AMERICAN COLLEGE LEADERSHIP

I congratulate you on your decision to choose the American College of Higher Education as your higher education partner.

Being a pioneer and leader in Sri Lanka’s growing group of private higher education institutions, we offer world class American undergraduate programs in various disciplines as well as British undergraduate studies in the field of business. Diplomas in

Hospitality and Tourism; Education; Psychology; Management; Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering; and Travel and

Tourism are also highly popular.

During the past 21 years in successful existence, over 4,000 students have successfully transferred to universities abroad or completed their Bachelor’s degrees through our diverse offerings. This includes those who have successfully received diplomas and certificates in the disciplines. We are proud and happy to share their success stories with you, and look forward to adding your name to our success stories.

Here at the American College, we take a keen interest in the education of each student as an individual and strive to help point the path to a rewarding future, with the support of our staff, educators and administrators. We are here to assist you in your journey from ordinary to extraordinary.

As the CEO/ Founder of the American College of Higher Education, I welcome you and personally embrace your future dreams!

Sherryn Yaseen

CEO, American College of Higher Education, Sri Lanka

Vision

The American College of Higher Education, Sri Lanka aspires to be a leader in global education, and to be known as a progressive institution, that implements student-centered teaching and academic excellence to empower students to function as strong and versatile leaders in a multi-ethnic environment.

Mission

Our mission is to provide excellent academic opportunities which will help produce dynamic students who will have a broad knowledge, be leaders in their prospective professions, critical thinkers and creative individuals who will be able to operate in any environment, and will have the ability to respond easily to rapidly changing needs of their professions.

Facilities

Student facilities include a Library, Virtual

Library, Computer Labs, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology Labs, comfortable classrooms,

Cafeteria, Student Lounge with pool table,

Carom and other indoor games.

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Theatre & Drama

Sports

Student Activities

The student population at the American College of Higher Education includes Sri Lankans and foreign students from Malaysia, India, Korea,

Canada, Maldives, Pakistan, Nigeria, Congo and the Philippines creating a diverse multi-cultural educational environment within the college.

Celebrating Avurudu

The Student Council is elected at the beginning of each semester.

During the course of the year, the very active

Student Councils of all the campuses plan a variety of functions and events such as interschool sports festivals showcasing cricket, football, basketball, tennis and swimming.

Each semester the Student Council organise a dance, a BBQ, movie nights, trips to places of cultural interest, book drives, as well as many other recreational events.

Rugby event organized by ACHE

Blood donation Camp Flood donation

THE AMERICAN EDUCATION SYSTEM

T he American educational system is characterized by a modular system known as credits. Credits or credit points, of which approximately 120 are necessary to earn a BA or B.Sc. degree, are calculated by the number of hours a student spends in a class for a particular subject per week during a normal 15-week semester. For example, if a student attends a class in Economics for 3 hours a week over the semester and if he passes the subject with a satisfactory grade at the end of the term, then the student earns 3 credits in Economics.

A full time student usually takes 5 subjects per semester and assuming he passes all of them, the student will accumulate 15 credits ( 5 subjects x 3 credits each ). Accordingly, in the academic year ( 2 semesters ) the student should earn approximately 30 credits. Most US

Bachelors degrees requires 120 credits to qualify for a degree, thus students will need approximately four years of study, unless they choose to attend summer sessions and earn additional credits thereby shortening the time required to earn a degree.

The American system is also characterized by its commitment to broad educational goals. The students in this system of education tend to select from many “elective subjects” and to choose a “minor” from outside their chosen field of study before or concurrently with their specialization or “major”(area of academic or professional preparation). These subjects count toward their degree, even though they may not be directly related to their area of concentration or specialization or major field of study. Indeed, American students are encouraged, sometimes required to take subjects in many different areas in the course of their degree studies. This system is designed to prepare today’s students for the rapidly changing professional and technological challenges that await them after their graduation.

Generally, subjects are selected from a wide range of categories such as English & Communication,Social Sciences, Humanities, Natural

Sciences and Mathematics which are taken during the first two years of study. These courses are referred to as “General Education” . By doing these subjects, the students are exposed to a great variety of disciplines and consequently develop the broad background necessary for both intellectual growth and material well being. In addition this wide background enables a student to read for 2 or 3 degrees at the same time !

Dr. James Butler

Director, American University in Dubai, UAE.

“ Our program is very popular in Sri Lanka. It combines the means to earn US University credits in Sri Lanka with expert counseling and guidance, and thus allows the students to enter universities and colleges in the

USA with an advanced standing, clear-cut goals and a far greater chance of success ”

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Theatre & Drama

Sports

Student Activities

The student population at the American College of Higher Education includes Sri Lankans and foreign students from Malaysia, India, Korea,

Canada, Maldives, Pakistan, Nigeria, Congo and the Philippines creating a diverse multi-cultural educational environment within the college.

Celebrating Avurudu

The Student Council is elected at the beginning of each semester.

During the course of the year, the very active

Student Councils of all the campuses plan a variety of functions and events such as interschool sports festivals showcasing cricket, football, basketball, tennis and swimming.

Each semester the Student Council organise a dance, a BBQ, movie nights, trips to places of cultural interest, book drives, as well as many other recreational events.

Rugby event organized by ACHE

Blood donation Camp Flood donation

THE AMERICAN EDUCATION SYSTEM

T he American educational system is characterized by a modular system known as credits. Credits or credit points, of which approximately 120 are necessary to earn a BA or B.Sc. degree, are calculated by the number of hours a student spends in a class for a particular subject per week during a normal 15-week semester. For example, if a student attends a class in Economics for 3 hours a week over the semester and if he passes the subject with a satisfactory grade at the end of the term, then the student earns 3 credits in Economics.

A full time student usually takes 5 subjects per semester and assuming he passes all of them, the student will accumulate 15 credits ( 5 subjects x 3 credits each ). Accordingly, in the academic year ( 2 semesters ) the student should earn approximately 30 credits. Most US

Bachelors degrees requires 120 credits to qualify for a degree, thus students will need approximately four years of study, unless they choose to attend summer sessions and earn additional credits thereby shortening the time required to earn a degree.

The American system is also characterized by its commitment to broad educational goals. The students in this system of education tend to select from many “elective subjects” and to choose a “minor” from outside their chosen field of study before or concurrently with their specialization or “major”(area of academic or professional preparation). These subjects count toward their degree, even though they may not be directly related to their area of concentration or specialization or major field of study. Indeed, American students are encouraged, sometimes required to take subjects in many different areas in the course of their degree studies. This system is designed to prepare today’s students for the rapidly changing professional and technological challenges that await them after their graduation.

Generally, subjects are selected from a wide range of categories such as English & Communication,Social Sciences, Humanities, Natural

Sciences and Mathematics which are taken during the first two years of study. These courses are referred to as “General Education” . By doing these subjects, the students are exposed to a great variety of disciplines and consequently develop the broad background necessary for both intellectual growth and material well being. In addition this wide background enables a student to read for 2 or 3 degrees at the same time !

Dr. James Butler

Director, American University in Dubai, UAE.

“ Our program is very popular in Sri Lanka. It combines the means to earn US University credits in Sri Lanka with expert counseling and guidance, and thus allows the students to enter universities and colleges in the

USA with an advanced standing, clear-cut goals and a far greater chance of success ”

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TRANSFER PROGRAM

Transfer of Credits

A unique characteristic of American higher education is the transfer system, which allows credits subjects from one institution to transfer to another. It is not uncommon for students to transfer two or three times while studying for an undergraduate degree.

The credits earned by the American College students are recorded on a Broward College transcript. These credits can be transferred to most of universities in America and elsewhere and will count towards an undergraduate degree. The American College will assist students in finding admission at the appropriate universities. Since many American College students take classes during the summer semester as well, they are able to transfer to the US and other countries in less than two years usually in 10 months.

The Transfer Process

Credits earned at one institution are transferable and accepted as credits towards a degree at a university / institution. Colleges and universities in the United States will generally accept credits from other institutions as long as the student has earned a "C" grade or better in the subject.

Choosing a University

Choosing a university in the USA to complete a degree is a personal matter and depends upon the needs of the student and requirements of the university. Therefore the American College places great importance on guiding and assisting students with the transfer process.

Students applying to degree-granting institutions in the USA must meet their respective entry requirements. The American College provides advising and counseling to all transferring students and helps them with the paperwork involved. Students are advised to follow the recommendation of the American College when making their decisions as to where to transfer. Expert information is necessary to make this decision and this information is best obtained from the staff of the American College who have had years of experience transferring students abroad.

Transferring to Canada

Since Canadian Universities follow, except in a few cases, a system similar to that of the USA, it is relatively easy for students to transfer to

Canada. A growing percentage of students are showing interest in Canadian universities, and a number of our students have transferred to

York University, University of Ottawa, Simon Fraser University and University of Windsor.

Transferring to Other Countries

On completion of the American university program some students have transferred to UK, Australia, New Zealand, UAE, Malaysia,

Singapore, Japan etc. and most of the course work they had completed were accepted towards a Bachelor’s Degree there.

THE PATHWAY TO YOUR DEGREE

“The Totally Educated Individual”

The American system of education is unique in that all students irrespective of his/her major are given the opportunity to experience a few subjects in a variety of discipline. The students be major may Bio Science, Business, Engineering, Computer Science or even Hospitality

Management - but the student is required to take 1 or 2 subjects in areas such as the

Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mathematics, English, Foreign Languages,

Computer Studies etc. This in turn realizes the American concept that every person should have some knowledge of the world around him in order to be a totally educated individual.

The ‘course planner’ gives students an idea how to choose and plan the pathways to obtain their degrees.

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The Fast Track Program

The American degree usually takes 4 years to complete. However, most of the students at the American

College of Higher Education, Sri Lanka complete their degrees in 3 years by taking advantage of the large number of course offerings each semester and by taking approximately 12 credits in the summer semester as well. Also students who join the American College after their ‘O’ Levels at 16 years of age have an added advantage of obtaining their degree by the time they are 19 years old and starting their careers early.

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TRANSFER PROGRAM

Transfer of Credits

A unique characteristic of American higher education is the transfer system, which allows credits subjects from one institution to transfer to another. It is not uncommon for students to transfer two or three times while studying for an undergraduate degree.

The credits earned by the American College students are recorded on a Broward College transcript. These credits can be transferred to most of universities in America and elsewhere and will count towards an undergraduate degree. The American College will assist students in finding admission at the appropriate universities. Since many American College students take classes during the summer semester as well, they are able to transfer to the US and other countries in less than two years usually in 10 months.

The Transfer Process

Credits earned at one institution are transferable and accepted as credits towards a degree at a university / institution. Colleges and universities in the United States will generally accept credits from other institutions as long as the student has earned a "C" grade or better in the subject.

Choosing a University

Choosing a university in the USA to complete a degree is a personal matter and depends upon the needs of the student and requirements of the university. Therefore the American College places great importance on guiding and assisting students with the transfer process.

Students applying to degree-granting institutions in the USA must meet their respective entry requirements. The American College provides advising and counseling to all transferring students and helps them with the paperwork involved. Students are advised to follow the recommendation of the American College when making their decisions as to where to transfer. Expert information is necessary to make this decision and this information is best obtained from the staff of the American College who have had years of experience transferring students abroad.

Transferring to Canada

Since Canadian Universities follow, except in a few cases, a system similar to that of the USA, it is relatively easy for students to transfer to

Canada. A growing percentage of students are showing interest in Canadian universities, and a number of our students have transferred to

York University, University of Ottawa, Simon Fraser University and University of Windsor.

Transferring to Other Countries

On completion of the American university program some students have transferred to UK, Australia, New Zealand, UAE, Malaysia,

Singapore, Japan etc. and most of the course work they had completed were accepted towards a Bachelor’s Degree there.

THE PATHWAY TO YOUR DEGREE

“The Totally Educated Individual”

The American system of education is unique in that all students irrespective of his/her major are given the opportunity to experience a few subjects in a variety of discipline. The students be major may Bio Science, Business, Engineering, Computer Science or even Hospitality

Management - but the student is required to take 1 or 2 subjects in areas such as the

Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mathematics, English, Foreign Languages,

Computer Studies etc. This in turn realizes the American concept that every person should have some knowledge of the world around him in order to be a totally educated individual.

The ‘course planner’ gives students an idea how to choose and plan the pathways to obtain their degrees.

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The Fast Track Program

The American degree usually takes 4 years to complete. However, most of the students at the American

College of Higher Education, Sri Lanka complete their degrees in 3 years by taking advantage of the large number of course offerings each semester and by taking approximately 12 credits in the summer semester as well. Also students who join the American College after their ‘O’ Levels at 16 years of age have an added advantage of obtaining their degree by the time they are 19 years old and starting their careers early.

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BROWARD COLLEGE

Broward College is accredited by the Commission on

Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and

Schools (COC-SACS) to award bachelor's and associate degrees. The American College of Higher

Education is the only institution in Sri Lanka that is approved by a USA Commission on Colleges to conduct accredited university level courses in Sri Lanka and thus has been approved by the Southern Association of colleges and school (SACS) USA.

B roward College (BC) was established in 1960. It caters to over 105,000 full time and part-time students from all over the USA and other countries. BC offers university as well as technical and occupational programs. Broward is well-known for it's excellent d e g r e e program in Nursing and Education

Broward College is well-recognized for its dedication to international education programs. As such, BC has established formal linkages with several American college programs overseas. Currently, official BC relationships are maintained with the following institutions:

American College of Higher Education (Sri Lanka)

Brookdale College of Ecuador, Guayaquil (Ecuador)

Center for American Education (Singapore)

Grupo Educativo de Baden Powell, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)

National Management School (India)

Pan American Center for Higher Education (Cuenca, Equador)

Universidad ETAC, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)

Vietnamese American Vocational Training College (Vietnam)

AFFILIATIONS

The American College of Higher Education is an International Center of Broward College, Ft. Lauderdale,

Florida, USA. Thus American College students are registered as Broward College students in the United States enabling them to transfer smoothly to top-class universities in the United States and elsewhere.

David D. Moore,

Associate Vice President for International Education, Broward College, Florida - USA.

“BC is committed to continuing and strengthening the relationship with American College of Higher Education in the coming years. More of our faculty will be visiting ACHE from time to time to assist in its growth and development. We would also like to see more American College students coming to the US to complete undergraduate degrees. Our country needs students from other lands to enrich our centers of higher education. We need students from Sri Lanka, from India, from all over Asia and the Pacific, and from throughout the world to broaden and deepen the perspective of

American students and faculty. Our colleges and universities do not exist in isolation to the rest of the world. We should be opening our doors more and more to international students to come to bring their unique knowledge, skills and experience. ”

ACCREDITATION

M any people are unaware of the meaning of accreditation in the U.S. and what it entails. Students should be aware that there is a great variety of standards within the American Educational System: a graduate from one college will not have received exactly the same education as the graduate from another. In the USA, since there is no Ministry of Higher Education to ensure the general standard of quality, there exists a voluntary process called “Accreditation”. it is a system for recognizing educational institutions which have achieved certain standards of academic excellence. The US is divided into 6 regions, each region coming under the purview of an accrediting agency.

The Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools

The New England Association of Schools and Colleges

The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

The Western Association of Schools and Colleges

It is very rare for US accrediting agencies to accredit institutions outside of the USA. However, the

American College of Higher Education, is the only institution in Sri Lanka that is approved by the

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) USA and the American College functions as the

International Center of Broward College, USA to offer American Degrees which are world recognized.

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BROWARD COLLEGE

Broward College is accredited by the Commission on

Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and

Schools (COC-SACS) to award bachelor's and associate degrees. The American College of Higher

Education is the only institution in Sri Lanka that is approved by a USA Commission on Colleges to conduct accredited university level courses in Sri Lanka and thus has been approved by the Southern Association of colleges and school (SACS) USA.

B roward College (BC) was established in 1960. It caters to over 105,000 full time and part-time students from all over the USA and other countries. BC offers university as well as technical and occupational programs. Broward is well-known for it's excellent d e g r e e program in Nursing and Education

Broward College is well-recognized for its dedication to international education programs. As such, BC has established formal linkages with several American college programs overseas. Currently, official BC relationships are maintained with the following institutions:

American College of Higher Education (Sri Lanka)

Brookdale College of Ecuador, Guayaquil (Ecuador)

Center for American Education (Singapore)

Grupo Educativo de Baden Powell, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)

National Management School (India)

Pan American Center for Higher Education (Cuenca, Equador)

Universidad ETAC, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)

Vietnamese American Vocational Training College (Vietnam)

AFFILIATIONS

The American College of Higher Education is an International Center of Broward College, Ft. Lauderdale,

Florida, USA. Thus American College students are registered as Broward College students in the United States enabling them to transfer smoothly to top-class universities in the United States and elsewhere.

David D. Moore,

Associate Vice President for International Education, Broward College, Florida - USA.

“BC is committed to continuing and strengthening the relationship with American College of Higher Education in the coming years. More of our faculty will be visiting ACHE from time to time to assist in its growth and development. We would also like to see more American College students coming to the US to complete undergraduate degrees. Our country needs students from other lands to enrich our centers of higher education. We need students from Sri Lanka, from India, from all over Asia and the Pacific, and from throughout the world to broaden and deepen the perspective of

American students and faculty. Our colleges and universities do not exist in isolation to the rest of the world. We should be opening our doors more and more to international students to come to bring their unique knowledge, skills and experience. ”

ACCREDITATION

M any people are unaware of the meaning of accreditation in the U.S. and what it entails. Students should be aware that there is a great variety of standards within the American Educational System: a graduate from one college will not have received exactly the same education as the graduate from another. In the USA, since there is no Ministry of Higher Education to ensure the general standard of quality, there exists a voluntary process called “Accreditation”. it is a system for recognizing educational institutions which have achieved certain standards of academic excellence. The US is divided into 6 regions, each region coming under the purview of an accrediting agency.

The Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools

The New England Association of Schools and Colleges

The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

The Western Association of Schools and Colleges

It is very rare for US accrediting agencies to accredit institutions outside of the USA. However, the

American College of Higher Education, is the only institution in Sri Lanka that is approved by the

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) USA and the American College functions as the

International Center of Broward College, USA to offer American Degrees which are world recognized.

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The Stamp of Excellence in Education

HOW DOES THE ELEVATED STATUS OF

THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION BENEFIT THE STUDENTS?

1. Students who enroll for the degree programs at the American College are simultaneously registered at Broward

College, Florida, USA and become Broward students.

2 The enrolled students are taking the same US curriculum (as Florida students) while attending BC classes in Sri

Lanka.

3.

Broward College issues ID cards, pin numbers as well as Broward e-mail addresses to the American College students, so that they have the same privileges as students enrolled in the USA.

4. Students are issued a Broward transcript and a Broward degree. The Broward degree is recognized world wide and all students with an AA degree (the student’s area of concentration or major is included in the AA degree ) from

Broward are assured admission to one of the state universities in Florida, USA.

5. Students can transfer to over 4000 universities and colleges in the USA and other countries, to pursue their higher studies

6. Students with good Grades Point Average (GPA)may qualify for scholarships ranging from US$ 4000 to US$ 32,000 per year.

7. Students have access to millions of books, journals, video clips and other resources at the Broward Learning

Resource Center as well as they can access 28 public university libraries in Florida via the Broward College student portal.

8. Students can complete many Broward College 02 years Associate degree programs at the American College. There are many

Broward Associate degrees to be offered at American College. Students can also follow the 4 year Broward Bachelor’s degree in

Supervisory Management.

9. All ACHE faculty and staff are SACS, USA approved to teach and provide instruction in the Broward Program.

10. ACHE students also benefit from instructions from BC visiting professors and students may also join BC study abroad programs in the summer term and take course work in Europe, South America, Asia and Africa,

Dr. Padmini Sirimanne Ph.D. (Australia.)

Director of Studies - American College of Higher Education, Sri Lanka

We are committed to the holistic education of our students at ACHE, through the delivery of a variety of innovative programs and student centered teaching.

In addition to their studies, the experiences students have gained, will endow them with the character necessary for reaching their goals in a multi-ethnic environment and to succeed in their future careers. Our students after their completion of successful years at ACHE, are capable of being truly global leaders in their respective fields.

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The Stamp of Excellence in Education

HOW DOES THE ELEVATED STATUS OF

THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION BENEFIT THE STUDENTS?

1. Students who enroll for the degree programs at the American College are simultaneously registered at Broward

College, Florida, USA and become Broward students.

2 The enrolled students are taking the same US curriculum (as Florida students) while attending BC classes in Sri

Lanka.

3.

Broward College issues ID cards, pin numbers as well as Broward e-mail addresses to the American College students, so that they have the same privileges as students enrolled in the USA.

4. Students are issued a Broward transcript and a Broward degree. The Broward degree is recognized world wide and all students with an AA degree (the student’s area of concentration or major is included in the AA degree ) from

Broward are assured admission to one of the state universities in Florida, USA.

5. Students can transfer to over 4000 universities and colleges in the USA and other countries, to pursue their higher studies

6. Students with good Grades Point Average (GPA)may qualify for scholarships ranging from US$ 4000 to US$ 32,000 per year.

7. Students have access to millions of books, journals, video clips and other resources at the Broward Learning

Resource Center as well as they can access 28 public university libraries in Florida via the Broward College student portal.

8. Students can complete many Broward College 02 years Associate degree programs at the American College. There are many

Broward Associate degrees to be offered at American College. Students can also follow the 4 year Broward Bachelor’s degree in

Supervisory Management.

9. All ACHE faculty and staff are SACS, USA approved to teach and provide instruction in the Broward Program.

10. ACHE students also benefit from instructions from BC visiting professors and students may also join BC study abroad programs in the summer term and take course work in Europe, South America, Asia and Africa,

Dr. Padmini Sirimanne Ph.D. (Australia.)

Director of Studies - American College of Higher Education, Sri Lanka

We are committed to the holistic education of our students at ACHE, through the delivery of a variety of innovative programs and student centered teaching.

In addition to their studies, the experiences students have gained, will endow them with the character necessary for reaching their goals in a multi-ethnic environment and to succeed in their future careers. Our students after their completion of successful years at ACHE, are capable of being truly global leaders in their respective fields.

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2+2 Programme

T

The American University Transfer Program (AUTP), operating successfully at the American College of Higher Education, enables students to complete part of the course work necessary for an American degree, outside the USA.

Students can complete up to 2 years of university study at the American College and then transfer to a University in the USA and complete the balance subjects to obtain the BA or BSc degree.

American College offers over 125 subjects at the degree level enabling students to complete 1 or 2 years of university study in Sri Lanka in any

discipline before they transfer in to the 3rd year at US Universities (Please see appendix for the list of subject). In addition many universities in

UK, Canada, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore etc. also give exemptions for the first 2 years of study undertaken at the American College and enrol students into their 2nd or 3rd year.

The following Broward College degrees can be completed in Sri Lanka.

Associate of Arts –

1. Associate in Arts concentration in Biological Sciences/Pre-Medical

2. Associate in Arts concentration in Engineering

3. Associate in Arts concentration in Business Administration

4. Associate in Arts concentration in Information Technology / Computer Science

5. Associate in Arts concentration in Psychology

6. Associate in Arts concentration in Education

7. Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education

8. Associate in Science in Business Administration

9. Associate in Science in Hospitality Management.

The Academic Year

The academic year consists of 2 semesters, approximately 15 weeks each, and a Summer Session which consists of 8 weeks. During some academic years the American College offers 2-3 summer sessions ( Summer Session I Summer Session II and Summer Session III ).

By making use of the summer sessions students are able to earn their necessary credits faster, and they consequently finish their degree in 3 years instead of the usual 4 years.

The American College commences the Spring semester in January, Summer Session I in May, Summer Session II in June, Summer Session III in July and the Fall semester in September, and students may enroll during any of these semesters.

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE (AA)

BROWARD COLLEGE

T he Associate in Arts Degree is well - recognized in the USA. Broward College offers a wide variety of concentrations within the Associate degree, so that while fulfilling the general education requirements students can also take many subjects pertaining to their specific degree.

In order to complete the AA degree a student needs to earn around 60 - 63 credits. After which takes between

1 ½ to 2 years. A student may proceed with his/her studies to earn around another 60 credits ( 2 years ) and earn a Bachelor’s degree in any field.

The advantage of earning an Associate degree in Sri

Lanka is that it constitutes formal recognition of a students academic achievement after two years of university study. Many colleges and universities in the

USA and elsewhere admit students into the 2nd or 3rd year of university study and this wide range of subjects within the first 2 years of study enables student to apply this integrated knowledge, skills and behavior to their personal and professional lives.

The Associate in Arts degree is awarded by Broward

College,USA.

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2+2 Programme

T

The American University Transfer Program (AUTP), operating successfully at the American College of Higher Education, enables students to complete part of the course work necessary for an American degree, outside the USA.

Students can complete up to 2 years of university study at the American College and then transfer to a University in the USA and complete the balance subjects to obtain the BA or BSc degree.

American College offers over 125 subjects at the degree level enabling students to complete 1 or 2 years of university study in Sri Lanka in any

discipline before they transfer in to the 3rd year at US Universities (Please see appendix for the list of subject). In addition many universities in

UK, Canada, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore etc. also give exemptions for the first 2 years of study undertaken at the American College and enrol students into their 2nd or 3rd year.

The following Broward College degrees can be completed in Sri Lanka.

Associate of Arts –

1. Associate in Arts concentration in Biological Sciences/Pre-Medical

2. Associate in Arts concentration in Engineering

3. Associate in Arts concentration in Business Administration

4. Associate in Arts concentration in Information Technology / Computer Science

5. Associate in Arts concentration in Psychology

6. Associate in Arts concentration in Education

7. Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education

8. Associate in Science in Business Administration

9. Associate in Science in Hospitality Management.

The Academic Year

The academic year consists of 2 semesters, approximately 15 weeks each, and a Summer Session which consists of 8 weeks. During some academic years the American College offers 2-3 summer sessions ( Summer Session I Summer Session II and Summer Session III ).

By making use of the summer sessions students are able to earn their necessary credits faster, and they consequently finish their degree in 3 years instead of the usual 4 years.

The American College commences the Spring semester in January, Summer Session I in May, Summer Session II in June, Summer Session III in July and the Fall semester in September, and students may enroll during any of these semesters.

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE (AA)

BROWARD COLLEGE

T he Associate in Arts Degree is well - recognized in the USA. Broward College offers a wide variety of concentrations within the Associate degree, so that while fulfilling the general education requirements students can also take many subjects pertaining to their specific degree.

In order to complete the AA degree a student needs to earn around 60 - 63 credits. After which takes between

1 ½ to 2 years. A student may proceed with his/her studies to earn around another 60 credits ( 2 years ) and earn a Bachelor’s degree in any field.

The advantage of earning an Associate degree in Sri

Lanka is that it constitutes formal recognition of a students academic achievement after two years of university study. Many colleges and universities in the

USA and elsewhere admit students into the 2nd or 3rd year of university study and this wide range of subjects within the first 2 years of study enables student to apply this integrated knowledge, skills and behavior to their personal and professional lives.

The Associate in Arts degree is awarded by Broward

College,USA.

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ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit Hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020

AML2020

Introduction to Short Story

American Literature

SPN1120

PHI2010

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010

AMH2020

History of the United States to 1877

History of the United States since 1877

GEA2000

INR2002

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

DEP2004

SYG2000

SYG2010

ECO2013

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

( Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

PSC1121

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

Physical Science Survey

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L

BSC1005L

PHY 2053L

CHM1045L

PSC1121L

General Botany Lab

General Biology Lab

Genaral Physics I Lab

General Chemistry I Lab

Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105

STA2023

College Algebra

Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

BOT2010

BSC1005

General Botany + Lab

General Biology +lab

BSC1010

BSC1010

BSC1011

BSC1085

CHM1045

CHM1046

MCB2010

PHY2053

ZOO2010

PHY2054

CHM2210

Introduction to Biology I + Lab

Introduction to Biology I + Lab

Introduction to Biology II + Lab

Human Anatomy And Physiology I + Lab

General Chemistry I + Lab

General Chemistry II+ Lab

Microbiology + Lab

General Physics I + Lab

General Zoology + Lab

General Physics II + Lab

Organic Chemistry + Lab

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

3

3

3

3

2

1

1

1

1

1

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

ENGINEERING CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit Hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition I

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020 Introduction to Short Story

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010 History of the United States to 1877

AMH2020 History of the United States since 1877

GEA2000 World Geography

INR2002 Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000 Introduction to Anthropology

PSY2012

DEP2004

SYG2000

SYG2010

ECO2013

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

( Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045 General Chemistry I

PHY 2053 General Physics I

PSC1121 Physical Science Survey

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L General Botany Lab

BSC1005L

PHY 2053L

CHM1045L

PSC1121L

General Biology Lab

Genaral Physics I Lab

General Chemistry I Lab

Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105 College Algebra

STA2023 Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications

ENGINEERING ELECTIVES

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

COP1000C

MAC1114

MAC1140

MAS103

STA2023

MAC2233

MAD2104

MAP2302

MAC2311

MAC2312

MAC2313

PHY2053

PHY2054

Introduction to Computer Programming

Trigonometry

Pre Calculus Algebra

Linear Algebra

Statistics

Business Calculus

Discrete Mathematics

Differential Equations

Calculus & Analytical Geometry I

Calculus & Analytical Geometry II

Calculus & Analytical Geometry III

Generale Physics I

Generale Physics II

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

1

1

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

5

4

5

5

4

23

22

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit Hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020

AML2020

Introduction to Short Story

American Literature

SPN1120

PHI2010

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010

AMH2020

History of the United States to 1877

History of the United States since 1877

GEA2000

INR2002

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

DEP2004

SYG2000

SYG2010

ECO2013

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

( Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

PSC1121

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

Physical Science Survey

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L

BSC1005L

PHY 2053L

CHM1045L

PSC1121L

General Botany Lab

General Biology Lab

Genaral Physics I Lab

General Chemistry I Lab

Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105

STA2023

College Algebra

Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

BOT2010

BSC1005

General Botany + Lab

General Biology +lab

BSC1010

BSC1010

BSC1011

BSC1085

CHM1045

CHM1046

MCB2010

PHY2053

ZOO2010

PHY2054

CHM2210

Introduction to Biology I + Lab

Introduction to Biology I + Lab

Introduction to Biology II + Lab

Human Anatomy And Physiology I + Lab

General Chemistry I + Lab

General Chemistry II+ Lab

Microbiology + Lab

General Physics I + Lab

General Zoology + Lab

General Physics II + Lab

Organic Chemistry + Lab

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

3

3

3

3

2

1

1

1

1

1

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

ENGINEERING CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit Hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition I

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020 Introduction to Short Story

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010 History of the United States to 1877

AMH2020 History of the United States since 1877

GEA2000 World Geography

INR2002 Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000 Introduction to Anthropology

PSY2012

DEP2004

SYG2000

SYG2010

ECO2013

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

( Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045 General Chemistry I

PHY 2053 General Physics I

PSC1121 Physical Science Survey

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L General Botany Lab

BSC1005L

PHY 2053L

CHM1045L

PSC1121L

General Biology Lab

Genaral Physics I Lab

General Chemistry I Lab

Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105 College Algebra

STA2023 Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications

ENGINEERING ELECTIVES

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

COP1000C

MAC1114

MAC1140

MAS103

STA2023

MAC2233

MAD2104

MAP2302

MAC2311

MAC2312

MAC2313

PHY2053

PHY2054

Introduction to Computer Programming

Trigonometry

Pre Calculus Algebra

Linear Algebra

Statistics

Business Calculus

Discrete Mathematics

Differential Equations

Calculus & Analytical Geometry I

Calculus & Analytical Geometry II

Calculus & Analytical Geometry III

Generale Physics I

Generale Physics II

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

1

1

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

5

4

5

5

4

23

24

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

BUSINESS CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit Hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition I

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

Introduction to Short Story

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010

AMH2020

GEA2000

INR2002

History of the United States to 1877

History of the United States since 1877

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

DEP2004

SYG2000

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

SYG2010

ECO2013

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

( Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

PSC1121

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

Physical Science Survey

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L

BSC1005L

PHY 2053L

CHM1045L

PSC1121L

General Botany Lab

General Biology Lab

Genaral Physics I Lab

General Chemistry I Lab

Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105

STA2023

College Algebra

Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications

BUSINESS ELECTIVES (CONCENTRATION)

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

ACG2001

AG2011

BUL2241

BUL2242

ECO2013

ECO2023

FIN1100

GEB1011

GEB2955

PHY2053

INP1390

MAN2021

MAN2604

MAR1011

MKA1511

MNA1161

MNA2345

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting II

Business Law I

Business Law II

Principles of Economics I

Principles of Economics II

Personal Finance

Introduction to Business

Entrepreneurship

International Current Business Practice

Human Relations in Business and Industry

Introduction to Management

International Business Environment

Principles of Marketing

Advertising

Introduction to Customer Service

Principles of Supervision

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

1

1

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit Hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

English Composition I

English Composition II

ENC2210 Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

Introduction to Short Story

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010

AMH2020

GEA2000

INR2002

History of the United States to 1877

History of the United States since 1877

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

DEP2004

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

SYG2000

SYG2010

ECO2013

Principles of Sociology

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

(Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

PSC1121 Physical Science Survey

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L General Botany Lab

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

PHY 2053L Genaral Physics I Lab

CHM1045L General Chemistry I Lab

PSC1121L Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105

STA2023

College Algebra

Statistics

3

3

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking 3

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications 3

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVES (CONCENTRATION)

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

CCS1060C

CGS 2263

CGS 1557C

CGS 1555C

CGS 1540C

CGS 2877C

CIS 2321

COP 1000C

COP 1334C

COP 2171C

COP 2800C

MAC 1140

MAC 1114

MAS 2023

MAC 2311

MAC 2312

MAC 2313

MAD 2104

MAP 2302

Computer and Internet Literacy

Local Area Networking

Internet Site Design

Introduction to The Internet

Database Management

Web Animation

Systems Development and Design

Introduction to Computer Programming

Introduction to C++

Visual Basic Programming

Programming in Java

*Pre-calculus Algebra

*Trigonometry

Linear Algebra

Calculus & Analytical Geometry I

Calculus & Analytical Geometry II

Calculus & Analytical Geometry III

Discrete Mathematics

Differential Equations

5

3

5

5

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

2

1

1

1

25

24

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

BUSINESS CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit Hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition I

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

Introduction to Short Story

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010

AMH2020

GEA2000

INR2002

History of the United States to 1877

History of the United States since 1877

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

DEP2004

SYG2000

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

SYG2010

ECO2013

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

( Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

PSC1121

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

Physical Science Survey

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L

BSC1005L

PHY 2053L

CHM1045L

PSC1121L

General Botany Lab

General Biology Lab

Genaral Physics I Lab

General Chemistry I Lab

Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105

STA2023

College Algebra

Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications

BUSINESS ELECTIVES (CONCENTRATION)

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

ACG2001

AG2011

BUL2241

BUL2242

ECO2013

ECO2023

FIN1100

GEB1011

GEB2955

PHY2053

INP1390

MAN2021

MAN2604

MAR1011

MKA1511

MNA1161

MNA2345

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting II

Business Law I

Business Law II

Principles of Economics I

Principles of Economics II

Personal Finance

Introduction to Business

Entrepreneurship

International Current Business Practice

Human Relations in Business and Industry

Introduction to Management

International Business Environment

Principles of Marketing

Advertising

Introduction to Customer Service

Principles of Supervision

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

1

1

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit Hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

English Composition I

English Composition II

ENC2210 Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

Introduction to Short Story

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010

AMH2020

GEA2000

INR2002

History of the United States to 1877

History of the United States since 1877

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

DEP2004

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

SYG2000

SYG2010

ECO2013

Principles of Sociology

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

(Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

PSC1121 Physical Science Survey

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L General Botany Lab

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

PHY 2053L Genaral Physics I Lab

CHM1045L General Chemistry I Lab

PSC1121L Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105

STA2023

College Algebra

Statistics

3

3

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking 3

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications 3

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVES (CONCENTRATION)

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

CCS1060C

CGS 2263

CGS 1557C

CGS 1555C

CGS 1540C

CGS 2877C

CIS 2321

COP 1000C

COP 1334C

COP 2171C

COP 2800C

MAC 1140

MAC 1114

MAS 2023

MAC 2311

MAC 2312

MAC 2313

MAD 2104

MAP 2302

Computer and Internet Literacy

Local Area Networking

Internet Site Design

Introduction to The Internet

Database Management

Web Animation

Systems Development and Design

Introduction to Computer Programming

Introduction to C++

Visual Basic Programming

Programming in Java

*Pre-calculus Algebra

*Trigonometry

Linear Algebra

Calculus & Analytical Geometry I

Calculus & Analytical Geometry II

Calculus & Analytical Geometry III

Discrete Mathematics

Differential Equations

5

3

5

5

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

2

1

1

1

25

26

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

PSYCHOLOGY CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition I

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020 Introduction to Short Story

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010 History of the United States to 1877

AMH2020 History of the United States since 1877

GEA2000

INR2002

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

DEP2004

SYG2000

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

SYG2010

ECO2013

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

( Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

PSC1121 Physical Science Survey

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L

BSC1005L

PHY 2053L

CHM1045L

PSC1121L

General Botany Lab

General Biology Lab

Genaral Physics I Lab

General Chemistry I Lab

Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105

STA2023

College Algebra

Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications

PSYCHOLOGY ELECTIVES

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

PSY2012 General Psychology

PSY2043 Advanced General Psychology

SOP2002 Social Psychology

EDP2002 Introduction to Educational Psychology

SYG2000 Principles of Sociology

SYG2010 Social Problems

DEP2002 Developmental Psychology I : Child Psychology

DEP2302 Developmental Psychology II : Adolescent & Young Adult

CLP2140 Abnormal Psychology

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

2

1

1

1

1

1

3

3

3

3

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

EDUCATION CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

( 36 Credit hours - 12 subjects )

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition I

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

Introduction to Short Story

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010 History of the United States to 1877

AMH2020 History of the United States since 1877

GEA2000

INR2002

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

DEP2004

SYG2000

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

SYG2010

ECO2013

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

(Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

PSC1121 Physical Science Survey 3

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L General Botany Lab

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

PHY 2053L Genaral Physics I Lab

CHM1045L General Chemistry I Lab

PSC1121L Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081

Total Wellness 2

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105 College Algebra

STA2023 Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

3

3

3

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications 3

EDUCATION ELECTIVES

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

EEC1200

EEC1603

CHD1338

CHD1134

CHD1331

CHD1320

CHD2800

Early Childhood Education

Child Guidance

Math & Science for The Young Child

Children's Literature Language Arts

Creativity for Young Children

Curriculum Planning for Early Childhood

3

3

Administration and Management in Early Childhood Education3

3

3

3

3

EDP2002

EDF2070

Educational Psychology

Perspective in Education

3

3

EME2040 Introduction to Educational Technology 3

1

1

1

1

1

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

27

26

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

PSYCHOLOGY CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

(36 Credit hours - 12 subjects)

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition I

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020 Introduction to Short Story

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010 History of the United States to 1877

AMH2020 History of the United States since 1877

GEA2000

INR2002

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

DEP2004

SYG2000

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

SYG2010

ECO2013

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

( Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

PSC1121 Physical Science Survey

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L

BSC1005L

PHY 2053L

CHM1045L

PSC1121L

General Botany Lab

General Biology Lab

Genaral Physics I Lab

General Chemistry I Lab

Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081 Total Wellness

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105

STA2023

College Algebra

Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications

PSYCHOLOGY ELECTIVES

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

PSY2012 General Psychology

PSY2043 Advanced General Psychology

SOP2002 Social Psychology

EDP2002 Introduction to Educational Psychology

SYG2000 Principles of Sociology

SYG2010 Social Problems

DEP2002 Developmental Psychology I : Child Psychology

DEP2302 Developmental Psychology II : Adolescent & Young Adult

CLP2140 Abnormal Psychology

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

2

1

1

1

1

1

3

3

3

3

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (1010)

EDUCATION CONCENTRATION (4 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION

( 36 Credit hours - 12 subjects )

Area 01 Communications (take 2 subjects )

ENC1101

ENC1102

ENC2210

English Composition I

English Composition II

Professional &Technical Writing

Area 02 Humanities (take 2 subjects )

LIT2020

AML2020

SPN1120

PHI2010

Introduction to Short Story

American Literature

Beginning Spanish I

Introduction to Philosophy

PHI2600

REL2300

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

World Religions

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 - International/Intercultural (take 1 subject )

AMH2010 History of the United States to 1877

AMH2020 History of the United States since 1877

GEA2000

INR2002

World Geography

Introduction to International Relations

Area 04 Social/Behavioral Science (take 1 subject )

ANT2000

PSY2012

DEP2004

SYG2000

Introduction to Anthropology

General Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Principles of Sociology

SYG2010

ECO2013

Social Problems

Principles of Macroeconomics

Area 05 Science/wellness

Group 01

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010 General Botany

BSC1005 General Biology

Group 02

(Take 01 Subject)

CHM1045

PHY 2053

General Chemistry I

General Physics I

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

PSC1121 Physical Science Survey 3

Group 03

(Take 01 Subject)

BOT2010L General Botany Lab

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

PHY 2053L Genaral Physics I Lab

CHM1045L General Chemistry I Lab

PSC1121L Physical Science Survey Lab

Group 04

(Take 01 Subject)

HLP1081

Total Wellness 2

Area 06 Mathematics (take 2 subjects )

MAC1105 College Algebra

STA2023 Statistics

Area 07 – Speech Requirement

SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

3

3

3

Area 08 – Computer Competency

CGS2100C Computer Applications 3

EDUCATION ELECTIVES

(24 Credit Hours - 8 subjects)

EEC1200

EEC1603

Early Childhood Education

Child Guidance

CHD1338

CHD1134

Math & Science for The Young Child

Children's Literature Language Arts

CHD1331 Creativity for Young Children

CHD1320 Curriculum Planning for Early Childhood

3

3

CHD2800 Administration and Management in Early Childhood Education3

3

3

3

3

EDP2002

EDF2070

Educational Psychology

Perspective in Education

3

3

EME2040 Introduction to Educational Technology 3

1

1

1

1

1

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A’s and B’s)

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28

GENERAL EDUCATION CREDIT HOURS

ENC1101 English Composition I

SPC 1024 Introduction to Speech communication

PSY2012 General Psychology

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

BSC1005 General Biology

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

MAC1105 College Algebra

SPECIALIZED COURSE CREDIT HOURS

ENC 1102 English Composition II

ENC2210 Technical Report Writing

DEP2002 Child Psychology

HLP1081 Total Wellness

CGS 2100C Computer Applications

EEC1200 Early Childhood Education

EEC1603 Child Guidance

CHD1331 Creativity for Young Children

CHD1338 Math & Science for the Young Child

CHD1134 Children's Literature Language Arts

CHD1940 Practicum I: Observation And Evaluation

CHD1320 Curriculum Planning for Early Childhood

CHD2441 Practicum II

CHD 2800 Administration and Management in

Early Childhood Education

Elective

Elective

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDIT HOURS

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A's and B's)

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE (2166)

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (04 SEMESTERS)

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

2

3

3

3

3

3

1 8

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

44

Program Description:

Opportunities for a rewarding career in the early childhood field abound for the well trained professional interested in being a teacher of young children, supervisor of children's programs, or owner of a child care facility. The

Associate of Science degree combines classroom and field experiences to give the student the necessary background for success in the job market. Course work provides graduates with the ability to design an effective educational curriculum, manage children in a classroom setting, supervise early childhood personnel, and efficiently administer business operations.

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ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE (2119)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

(04 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION CREDIT HOURS

ENC1101 English Composition I

ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics

MAC 1105 College Algebra

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

BSC1005 General Biology

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

SPC 1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

CORE REQUIREMENT CREDIT HOURS

ACG2001 Principles of Accounting I

ACG2011 Principles of Accounting II

ACG2071 Managerial Accounting

CGS 2100C Computer Applications

ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics

STA2023 Statistics

BUL2241 Business Law I

OST2335 Communication in the Workforce

CGS1510C Electronic Spreadsheet

CTS1225C Excel Spreadsheet

MARI 011 Principles of Marketing

GEB 1011 Introduction to Business

Elective Business Elective

SPECIALIZATION CREDIT HOURS

(Choose one specialization; must complete 9 credits)

Banking

ECO 2220 Money and Banking

FIN 1100 Personal Finance

MAN 2021 Introduction to Management

Customer Service/Retail/Sales

MKA 1021 Salesmanship

MKA 1511 Advertising

MNA 1161 Introduction to Customer Service

3

3

3

3

3

3

3 or

3 or

3

3

3

3

3

3

33

3

3

3

9

18

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Customer Service/Retail/Sales

MAN2021 Introduction to Management

MAN2604 International Business Environment

MNA2345 Principles of Supervision

Total Program Credit Hours

Program Description:

3

3

3

63

The Associate of Science degree in Business Administration trains individuals to assume management or supervisory positions in business, industry, and government. It provides basic skills in a broad range of business functions including accounting computer usage, management, and marketing.

29

28

GENERAL EDUCATION CREDIT HOURS

ENC1101 English Composition I

SPC 1024 Introduction to Speech communication

PSY2012 General Psychology

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

BSC1005 General Biology

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

MAC1105 College Algebra

SPECIALIZED COURSE CREDIT HOURS

ENC 1102 English Composition II

ENC2210 Technical Report Writing

DEP2002 Child Psychology

HLP1081 Total Wellness

CGS 2100C Computer Applications

EEC1200 Early Childhood Education

EEC1603 Child Guidance

CHD1331 Creativity for Young Children

CHD1338 Math & Science for the Young Child

CHD1134 Children's Literature Language Arts

CHD1940 Practicum I: Observation And Evaluation

CHD1320 Curriculum Planning for Early Childhood

CHD2441 Practicum II

CHD 2800 Administration and Management in

Early Childhood Education

Elective

Elective

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDIT HOURS

Exemptions may be given for good A/Level results (A's and B's)

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE (2166)

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (04 SEMESTERS)

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

2

3

3

3

3

3

1 8

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

44

Program Description:

Opportunities for a rewarding career in the early childhood field abound for the well trained professional interested in being a teacher of young children, supervisor of children's programs, or owner of a child care facility. The

Associate of Science degree combines classroom and field experiences to give the student the necessary background for success in the job market. Course work provides graduates with the ability to design an effective educational curriculum, manage children in a classroom setting, supervise early childhood personnel, and efficiently administer business operations.

63

GENERAL EDUCATION CREDIT HOURS

ENC1101 English Composition I

ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics

MAC 1105 College Algebra

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

BSC1005 General Biology

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

SPC 1608 Introduction to Public Speaking

CORE REQUIREMENT CREDIT HOURS

ACG2001 Principles of Accounting I

ACG2011 Principles of Accounting II

ACG2071 Managerial Accounting

CGS 2100C Computer Applications

ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics

STA2023 Statistics

BUL2241 Business Law I

OST2335 Communication in the Workforce

CGS1510C Electronic Spreadsheet

CTS1225C Excel Spreadsheet

MARI 011 Principles of Marketing

GEB 1011 Introduction to Business

Elective Business Elective

SPECIALIZATION CREDIT HOURS

(Choose one specialization; must complete 9 credits)

Banking

ECO 2220 Money and Banking

FIN 1100 Personal Finance

MAN 2021 Introduction to Management

Customer Service/Retail/Sales

MKA 1021 Salesmanship

MKA 1511 Advertising

MNA 1161 Introduction to Customer Service

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE (2119)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

(04 SEMESTERS)

3 or

3 or

3

3

3

3

3

3

33

3

3

3

9

18

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Customer Service/Retail/Sales

MAN2021 Introduction to Management

MAN2604 International Business Environment

MNA2345 Principles of Supervision

Total Program Credit Hours

3

3

3

63

Program Description:

The Associate of Science degree in Business Administration trains individuals to assume management or supervisory positions in business, industry, and government. It provides basic skills in a broad range of business functions including accounting computer usage, management, and marketing.

3

3

3

3

3

3

29

30

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE (2119)

HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT

(04 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION CREDIT HOURS

ENC1101 English Composition I

ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics

MAC1105 College Algebra

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

BSC1005 General Biology

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

SPC 1024 Introduction to Speech communication

CORE REQUIREMENT CREDIT HOURS

ENC 1102 English Composition II

GEB 1011 Introduction to Business

HFT2250 Hotel Management

ECO2023 Principles of Microeconomic

HFT1050 Introduction to Tourism Industries

CGS 1060C Computer Applications

HFT2410 Front Office Systems/ Procedures

Elective Business Elective

SPECIALIZED COURSE CREDIT HOURS

Complete 1 of the following courses

HFT2600 Hospitality Law

BUL2241 Business Law I

Complete 2 of the following courses

MAN2021 Introduction to Management

MNA2345 Principles of Supervision

HFT2220 Organization & Personnel Management

HFT1210 Supervisory Development

Complete 1 of the following courses

HFT2460 Financial Management

ACG2001 Introduction to Accounting

Complete 2 of the following courses

HFT2500 Marketing

3

3

3

3

3

3

27

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1 9

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

HFT2511 Convention and Group Business Marketing Management

Elective Any MKA course

Elective Any MAR course

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDIT HOURS

Program Description:

The Hospitality and Tourism Management programs, offered at A. Hugh

Adams Central Campus, emphasize the development of management skills needed in the hospitality industry. The general education requirements of the program develop students' abilities in leadership, communications, and interpersonal skills.

64

3

3

3

18

3

3

3

EXCELSIOR COLLEGE

E xcelsior College is located in Albany, in the State of New

York. It is accredited by the Middle States Association of

Colleges and Schools.

Excelsior College offers 31 different degree programs at the

Associate, Bachelor’s and Master’s levels.

Approximately 5000 students graduate from Excelsior College each year, and over 250 graduate institutions have admitted Excelsior College graduates. These include many of the most competitive and prestigious schools in the USA, such as Columbia University, Harvard University, Ohio State University,

UCLA and Yale University.

AFFILIATIONS

The American College of Higher Education is academically affiliated with Excelsior College (a member of the University of the State of New York) through which many Associate and Bachelor’s degrees are conducted in Sri Lanka and conferred by Excelsior College. www.libraryexcelsior.edu

Excelsior College Virtual Library (ECVL)

The Excelsior College Virtual Library (ECVL) has an online library designed and created through their partnership with the Sheridan Library of John Hopkins University located at www.libraryexcelsior.edu.

The ECVL provides access to a broad array of resources, such as journal articles, books, Web sites, databases and reference sites.

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30

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE (2119)

HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT

(04 SEMESTERS)

GENERAL EDUCATION CREDIT HOURS

ENC1101 English Composition I

ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics

MAC1105 College Algebra

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

BSC1005 General Biology

BSC1005L General Biology Lab

SPC 1024 Introduction to Speech communication

CORE REQUIREMENT CREDIT HOURS

ENC 1102 English Composition II

GEB 1011 Introduction to Business

HFT2250 Hotel Management

ECO2023 Principles of Microeconomic

HFT1050 Introduction to Tourism Industries

CGS 1060C Computer Applications

HFT2410 Front Office Systems/ Procedures

Elective Business Elective

SPECIALIZED COURSE CREDIT HOURS

Complete 1 of the following courses

HFT2600 Hospitality Law

BUL2241 Business Law I

Complete 2 of the following courses

MAN2021 Introduction to Management

MNA2345 Principles of Supervision

HFT2220 Organization & Personnel Management

HFT1210 Supervisory Development

Complete 1 of the following courses

HFT2460 Financial Management

ACG2001 Introduction to Accounting

Complete 2 of the following courses

HFT2500 Marketing

3

3

3

3

3

3

27

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1 9

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

HFT2511 Convention and Group Business Marketing Management

Elective Any MKA course

Elective Any MAR course

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDIT HOURS

Program Description:

The Hospitality and Tourism Management programs, offered at A. Hugh

Adams Central Campus, emphasize the development of management skills needed in the hospitality industry. The general education requirements of the program develop students' abilities in leadership, communications, and interpersonal skills.

64

3

3

3

18

3

3

3

EXCELSIOR COLLEGE

E xcelsior College is located in Albany, in the State of New

York. It is accredited by the Middle States Association of

Colleges and Schools.

Excelsior College offers 31 different degree programs at the

Associate, Bachelor’s and Master’s levels.

Approximately 5000 students graduate from Excelsior College each year, and over 250 graduate institutions have admitted Excelsior College graduates. These include many of the most competitive and prestigious schools in the USA, such as Columbia University, Harvard University, Ohio State University,

UCLA and Yale University.

AFFILIATIONS

The American College of Higher Education is academically affiliated with Excelsior College (a member of the University of the State of New York) through which many Associate and Bachelor’s degrees are conducted in Sri Lanka and conferred by Excelsior College. www.libraryexcelsior.edu

Excelsior College Virtual Library (ECVL)

The Excelsior College Virtual Library (ECVL) has an online library designed and created through their partnership with the Sheridan Library of John Hopkins University located at www.libraryexcelsior.edu.

The ECVL provides access to a broad array of resources, such as journal articles, books, Web sites, databases and reference sites.

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ASSOCIATE DEGREES

1. Associate in Science (AS)

2. Associate in Science in Business (ASB)

3. Associate in Applied Science in

Administrative / Management Studies (AAS)

Major : Master of Business Administration

North Dakota State University

I am delighted to say that ACHE made my dream come true…I highly recommend ACHE for anyone who wants to get the maximum out of less expenses. The best things about ACHE are the quality of academic excellency, prestige and people you move on with. I am so much thankful to ACHE for showing me the correct path towards my higher studies. Now being a postgraduate student at North Dakota State University, I experience the best things that I dreamt. I got this opportunity through

American College and it will always be treasured not only by me but also by everyone who has succeeded in their lives by being a member of ACHE. Simply itz AMAZING but REAL………….

Praharshi Jayakody I. A. B. Herath

Arts and Science

(30 Credits minimum)

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE

EXCELSIOR COLLEGE

Associate in Science Degree

60 Semester hours

Applied Professional Credits or Additional Arts and Science

(27 Credits)

Capstone Requirement

(3 Credits)

Written English Requirement

(3 Credits)

Arts and Science Electives

(3 Credits)

General Education Requirement

(24 Credits)

Humanities* Social Science / History Natural Science / Mathematics

9 9 6

OR

9

6 9

OR

6

9 9 he Associate in Science Degree is very popular with students who are oriented

T towards the Medical, Engineering and Computer Science fields. Students are able to apply all the credits earned in the Associate in Science towards their

Bachelors degrees.

Major : Medicine

National University of Singapore (NUS)

I am planning on graduating at the end of spring 2012 semester from Truman State University with a BSc Biology degree. I started my undergraduate degree at ACHE in fall 2008. I was able to complete 45 credits at ACHE and was able to transfer all my credits to Truman State University. ACHE gave me a valued education from respected lecturers. It also built a strong foundation for my education in USA. Truman State University has ample of facilities to attain a great Biology undergraduate degree. Parallel to all the in class lectures and lab hours it also gives students an amazing number of research opportunities which helps for their future professions.

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32

ASSOCIATE DEGREES

1. Associate in Science (AS)

2. Associate in Science in Business (ASB)

3. Associate in Applied Science in

Administrative / Management Studies (AAS)

Major : Master of Business Administration

North Dakota State University

I am delighted to say that ACHE made my dream come true…I highly recommend ACHE for anyone who wants to get the maximum out of less expenses. The best things about ACHE are the quality of academic excellency, prestige and people you move on with. I am so much thankful to ACHE for showing me the correct path towards my higher studies. Now being a postgraduate student at North Dakota State University, I experience the best things that I dreamt. I got this opportunity through

American College and it will always be treasured not only by me but also by everyone who has succeeded in their lives by being a member of ACHE. Simply itz AMAZING but REAL………….

Praharshi Jayakody I. A. B. Herath

Arts and Science

(30 Credits minimum)

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE

EXCELSIOR COLLEGE

Associate in Science Degree

60 Semester hours

Applied Professional Credits or Additional Arts and Science

(27 Credits)

Capstone Requirement

(3 Credits)

Written English Requirement

(3 Credits)

Arts and Science Electives

(3 Credits)

General Education Requirement

(24 Credits)

Humanities* Social Science / History Natural Science / Mathematics

9 9 6

OR

9

6 9

OR

6

9 9 he Associate in Science Degree is very popular with students who are oriented

T towards the Medical, Engineering and Computer Science fields. Students are able to apply all the credits earned in the Associate in Science towards their

Bachelors degrees.

Major : Medicine

National University of Singapore (NUS)

I am planning on graduating at the end of spring 2012 semester from Truman State University with a BSc Biology degree. I started my undergraduate degree at ACHE in fall 2008. I was able to complete 45 credits at ACHE and was able to transfer all my credits to Truman State University. ACHE gave me a valued education from respected lecturers. It also built a strong foundation for my education in USA. Truman State University has ample of facilities to attain a great Biology undergraduate degree. Parallel to all the in class lectures and lab hours it also gives students an amazing number of research opportunities which helps for their future professions.

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34

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE, BUSINESS DEGREE (ASB)

EXCELSIOR COLLEGE

T

he Associate of Science, Business Degree is available in Sri Lanka. It is well recognized in the USA and constitutes a career accented degree. It gives the student an excellent qualification for the job market.

Students interested in obtaining a four - year

Bachelor’s degree in Business could utilize most of the credits obtained in the Associate of

Science, Business degree. This degree is awarded by Excelsior College.

Business Component

( minimum 21 semester credits ) Credits

Core Requirements

Principles of Accounting I ( Financial )

Principles of Accounting II ( Management)

Business Law

Introduction to Computer Application

Introduction to Management

Principles of Marketing

Introduction to Business

Capstone Requirement

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

24

Arts and Sciences Component

( minimum 33 semester credits )

English (3 Credits)

English Composition I

Humanities (6 Credits)

Two Humanities

Social Science / History (12 Credits)

Two Social Sciences

Micro Economics

Macro Economics

Natural Sciences / Maths (12 - 13 Credits)

Two Natural Sciences

College Algebra

Statistics.

7

3

3

Additional Credits (6 Credits)

Arts and Sciences credits in excess of 33 and /or

Business credits in excess of 21 and/ or

Free Elective Credits

Total

3

6

3

3

03

06

12

13

03

61

Major : Global Business

If I am to talk about the fondest memories of my life, they were at ACHE. ACHE was my global ticket to the world. ACHE will always remain my Alma Marter, and today I serve as the president of the global Alumni President of ACHE.

MSc in Global Business

Ms Entrepreneurship Social Change

Anndreino Yaseen

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE IN

ADMINISTRATIVE / MANAGEMENT STUDIES (AAS)

EXCELSIOR COLLEGE

AAB Credit Distribution Requirements

60 Total Semester Hours Required

Arts and Science

Component

(20 Semester Hours)

Career Component

(20 Semester Hours)

Electives

(17 Semester Hours)

Capstone Requirement

(3 Credits)

Humanities

(6 Semester Hours)

Social Science

(6 Semester Hours)

Natural Science / Mathematics

(6 Semester Hours)

Written English Requirement

(3 Semester Hours)

Behavioral Science

(3 Semester Hours)

T he Associate in Applied Science in Administrative / Management Studies

(AAB) gives equal weight-age to the Arts and Sciences, Career

Components and Electives. Students can therefore concentrate on their career component whilst using the electives component to satisfy their interest in other subject areas.

Major : Associate in Mechanical Engineering,

Swinburne University of Melbourne, Australia

Hey, I'm Manuja Mahanama. Now I'm 19 years old. I studied at Wesley College and I did my ordinary level exam in 2013. After doing my O/L's I joined with American College of Higher Education (ACHE) and I did my associate degree by completing 65 credits subjects. Doing 65 credits isn't an easy task, but in ACHE it'll be easier because they've very well educated lectures and a great staff. I think the most suitable place for do an associate degree is ACHE. It'll get only 2 years. And there are many other programs like, Transfer student programmed; Aviation programs in China and so many. Now I'm hoping to transfer to

Swinburne University of Melbourne, Australia for my higher education. Talking about this university is mainly second to the

RMIT University. And Swinburne is in top 5 in Melbourne. I'm hoping to go through with mechanical engineering.

Manuja Mahanama

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34

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE, BUSINESS DEGREE (ASB)

EXCELSIOR COLLEGE

T

he Associate of Science, Business Degree is available in Sri Lanka. It is well recognized in the USA and constitutes a career accented degree. It gives the student an excellent qualification for the job market.

Students interested in obtaining a four - year

Bachelor’s degree in Business could utilize most of the credits obtained in the Associate of

Science, Business degree. This degree is awarded by Excelsior College.

Business Component

( minimum 21 semester credits ) Credits

Core Requirements

Principles of Accounting I ( Financial )

Principles of Accounting II ( Management)

Business Law

Introduction to Computer Application

Introduction to Management

Principles of Marketing

Introduction to Business

Capstone Requirement

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

24

Arts and Sciences Component

( minimum 33 semester credits )

English (3 Credits)

English Composition I

Humanities (6 Credits)

Two Humanities

Social Science / History (12 Credits)

Two Social Sciences

Micro Economics

Macro Economics

Natural Sciences / Maths (12 - 13 Credits)

Two Natural Sciences

College Algebra

Statistics.

7

3

3

Additional Credits (6 Credits)

Arts and Sciences credits in excess of 33 and /or

Business credits in excess of 21 and/ or

Free Elective Credits

Total

3

6

3

3

03

06

12

13

03

61

Major : Global Business

If I am to talk about the fondest memories of my life, they were at ACHE. ACHE was my global ticket to the world. ACHE will always remain my Alma Marter, and today I serve as the president of the global Alumni President of ACHE.

MSc in Global Business

Ms Entrepreneurship Social Change

Anndreino Yaseen

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE IN

ADMINISTRATIVE / MANAGEMENT STUDIES (AAS)

EXCELSIOR COLLEGE

AAB Credit Distribution Requirements

60 Total Semester Hours Required

Arts and Science

Component

(20 Semester Hours)

Career Component

(20 Semester Hours)

Electives

(17 Semester Hours)

Capstone Requirement

(3 Credits)

Humanities

(6 Semester Hours)

Social Science

(6 Semester Hours)

Natural Science / Mathematics

(6 Semester Hours)

Written English Requirement

(3 Semester Hours)

Behavioral Science

(3 Semester Hours)

T he Associate in Applied Science in Administrative / Management Studies

(AAB) gives equal weight-age to the Arts and Sciences, Career

Components and Electives. Students can therefore concentrate on their career component whilst using the electives component to satisfy their interest in other subject areas.

Major : Associate in Mechanical Engineering,

Swinburne University of Melbourne, Australia

Hey, I'm Manuja Mahanama. Now I'm 19 years old. I studied at Wesley College and I did my ordinary level exam in 2013. After doing my O/L's I joined with American College of Higher Education (ACHE) and I did my associate degree by completing 65 credits subjects. Doing 65 credits isn't an easy task, but in ACHE it'll be easier because they've very well educated lectures and a great staff. I think the most suitable place for do an associate degree is ACHE. It'll get only 2 years. And there are many other programs like, Transfer student programmed; Aviation programs in China and so many. Now I'm hoping to transfer to

Swinburne University of Melbourne, Australia for my higher education. Talking about this university is mainly second to the

RMIT University. And Swinburne is in top 5 in Melbourne. I'm hoping to go through with mechanical engineering.

Manuja Mahanama

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BACHELORS DEGREES

T he American College is now offering courses in cooperation with Broward College and

Excelsior College towards obtaining the B.S. in Business with a focus in Human

Resource Management , General Business, Management Informations systems,

Marketing, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

The distinct features that make these degrees extremely popular are that:

You can obtain an American Bachelor’s degree without leaving Sri Lanka.

You get an accredited degree from the USA

Your degree is recognized world wide

You pay only 1/5 of the cost of studying in USA

These 4 year degrees can be completed in 3 years by taking course work in the summer semesters too.

The above degrees are conferred by Excelsior College, Albany, New York, which is a member of the University of the State of New York, and is accredited by the Middle States Association of

Colleges and Schools.

The B.S in Human Resource Management has great potential since there is a high demand for

Human Resource Managers in Sri Lanka. The B.S in General Business is undertaken by those who are self employed or have expectations of starting their own business.

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BS / IT) is just one of the degree programs built around real-world experience and professional certifications to stay current and relevant. It has been specially designed for IT professionals.

Mohamed Shakaf Fariz

Graduated : Bachelors in Science in General Business

Soon after obtain my diploma in Business Management from INTI University Malaysia. I Joined the ACHE to follow an American Degree. Today,

I’m proud and very delighted to have graduated from ACHE with a degree of “Bachelor of Science in General Business”. Beside my Academic achievements ACHE gave me the chance to explore a variety of roles through all the extra-curricular activities.

Studying at ACHE has given me an honorable and esteemed position that a person can get. I believe that the experiences and skills I acquired from ACHE will take me to greater heights. Thank you ACHE!

4 YEAR BACHELORS DEGREES

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Helps you to :

Be a competent leader

Manage individuals and groups in business firms

Motivate “The Work Force”

Create an environment conducive to accomplishing the objectives - of both employees and organization.

GENERAL BUSINESS

Gives skills to you :

Study techniques of market penetration

Evaluate investments and financial source

Start a career in a challenging business world

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

Helps you to :

Apply general and discipline specific concepts and methodologies to identify, analyze and solve business problems.

Use the Information Technology effectively in the

Business Process.

MARKETING

Helps you to :

Improve opportunity for career advantages

Maintain a high level of performance in a professional business environment and demonstrate independents thinking, function effectively in team-oriented settings.

Demonstrate comprehension of the principles

Marketing, customer service, management and economics.

Communicate effectively, orally and in writing.

ACCOUNTING

Helps you to :

Demonstrate knowledge of accounting/tax concepts and standards as they relate to various specialty areas within accounting

PSYCHOLOGY

Helps you to :

Analyze peer-reviewed papers in psychological research that incorporate quantitative and/or qualitative methods, comparing the research design, statistical tools, and results.

Analyze a behavior from at least three of the following perspectives: biological/physiological, evolutionary, developmental, cognitive, social and abnormal / maladaptive perspectives.

Explain how the study of cognition and behavior can facilitate cultural competency and personal and social ethical awareness.

Use concepts related to the general business environment in professional situations

Enhance research and communication skills using professional literature

NANOTACHNOLOGY

Helps you to :

Understand legal, regulatory, and professional standards as they relate to accounting situations

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Helps you to :

Stay current and relevant in the field of computer technology

Enhance job skills competently with high technology

Excelsior's electrical engineering degree holds accreditation from ABET.

Students will gain relevant, up-to-date expertise in subjects, such as:

• Nanoelectronics

• Nanofabrication manufacturing technology, or NMT

• Micro-electromechanical systems

Nanotechnology specialists are in demand in a wide range of industries, including computers, health care, energy, telecommunications, and manufacturing.

Fiyorenthie Goonewardene

Graduated : Bachelor of Science in General Business

I'm proud to say that I'm a college graduate with an American degree, without going to USA but staying in my home country with my family and my loved ones. I joined ACHE in Summer 2007 and graduated with a degree of “Bachelor of Science in General Business” in 2011. Currently I work as a banker and what I have learned and the experience I got from ACHE has been helpful in a significant way in my career. Thank you

ACHE !

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BACHELORS DEGREES

T he American College is now offering courses in cooperation with Broward College and

Excelsior College towards obtaining the B.S. in Business with a focus in Human

Resource Management , General Business, Management Informations systems,

Marketing, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

The distinct features that make these degrees extremely popular are that:

You can obtain an American Bachelor’s degree without leaving Sri Lanka.

You get an accredited degree from the USA

Your degree is recognized world wide

You pay only 1/5 of the cost of studying in USA

These 4 year degrees can be completed in 3 years by taking course work in the summer semesters too.

The above degrees are conferred by Excelsior College, Albany, New York, which is a member of the University of the State of New York, and is accredited by the Middle States Association of

Colleges and Schools.

The B.S in Human Resource Management has great potential since there is a high demand for

Human Resource Managers in Sri Lanka. The B.S in General Business is undertaken by those who are self employed or have expectations of starting their own business.

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BS / IT) is just one of the degree programs built around real-world experience and professional certifications to stay current and relevant. It has been specially designed for IT professionals.

Mohamed Shakaf Fariz

Graduated : Bachelors in Science in General Business

Soon after obtain my diploma in Business Management from INTI University Malaysia. I Joined the ACHE to follow an American Degree. Today,

I’m proud and very delighted to have graduated from ACHE with a degree of “Bachelor of Science in General Business”. Beside my Academic achievements ACHE gave me the chance to explore a variety of roles through all the extra-curricular activities.

Studying at ACHE has given me an honorable and esteemed position that a person can get. I believe that the experiences and skills I acquired from ACHE will take me to greater heights. Thank you ACHE!

4 YEAR BACHELORS DEGREES

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Helps you to :

Be a competent leader

Manage individuals and groups in business firms

Motivate “The Work Force”

Create an environment conducive to accomplishing the objectives - of both employees and organization.

GENERAL BUSINESS

Gives skills to you :

Study techniques of market penetration

Evaluate investments and financial source

Start a career in a challenging business world

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

Helps you to :

Apply general and discipline specific concepts and methodologies to identify, analyze and solve business problems.

Use the Information Technology effectively in the

Business Process.

MARKETING

Helps you to :

Improve opportunity for career advantages

Maintain a high level of performance in a professional business environment and demonstrate independents thinking, function effectively in team-oriented settings.

Demonstrate comprehension of the principles

Marketing, customer service, management and economics.

Communicate effectively, orally and in writing.

ACCOUNTING

Helps you to :

Demonstrate knowledge of accounting/tax concepts and standards as they relate to various specialty areas within accounting

PSYCHOLOGY

Helps you to :

Analyze peer-reviewed papers in psychological research that incorporate quantitative and/or qualitative methods, comparing the research design, statistical tools, and results.

Analyze a behavior from at least three of the following perspectives: biological/physiological, evolutionary, developmental, cognitive, social and abnormal / maladaptive perspectives.

Explain how the study of cognition and behavior can facilitate cultural competency and personal and social ethical awareness.

Use concepts related to the general business environment in professional situations

Enhance research and communication skills using professional literature

NANOTACHNOLOGY

Helps you to :

Understand legal, regulatory, and professional standards as they relate to accounting situations

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Helps you to :

Stay current and relevant in the field of computer technology

Enhance job skills competently with high technology

Excelsior's electrical engineering degree holds accreditation from ABET.

Students will gain relevant, up-to-date expertise in subjects, such as:

• Nanoelectronics

• Nanofabrication manufacturing technology, or NMT

• Micro-electromechanical systems

Nanotechnology specialists are in demand in a wide range of industries, including computers, health care, energy, telecommunications, and manufacturing.

Fiyorenthie Goonewardene

Graduated : Bachelor of Science in General Business

I'm proud to say that I'm a college graduate with an American degree, without going to USA but staying in my home country with my family and my loved ones. I joined ACHE in Summer 2007 and graduated with a degree of “Bachelor of Science in General Business” in 2011. Currently I work as a banker and what I have learned and the experience I got from ACHE has been helpful in a significant way in my career. Thank you

ACHE !

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102 English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

THE2000

REL2300

Theater Appreciation

World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO2023

AMH2010

Principles of Microeconomics

History of the United States

PSY2012

SYG2000

General Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023 Statistics

MAC1140

BSC1005

Pre-calculus Algebra

General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240 Organisational Behaviour

QMB2100

CHM1045

Quantitive Methods

General Chemistry I + Lab

HLP1081

SPC1608

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

4

2

3

3

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105

GEB1011

College Algebra

Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011 Principles of Marketing

ACG2001

ACG2011

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting I

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

Internationational Business Environment

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 Human Resource Concentration (28credits)

MNA1161 Introduction to Customer Service

MAN4504 Operation Management

MAN3303

INL102

MNA2345

BUS315

MAN3310

BUS325

MAN4320

MAN4330

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Principles of Supervison

Labour Relations

Human Resource Management

Women in Business Work Place

Training & Development

Compensation and Benefits

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

Andrea Taleratne

Graduated : Bachelor of Science in the Management of Human Resources

Studying at American College of Higher Education has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, mainly due to the support I received from the staff, lecturers and students. American College of Higher Education offered me the ability to graduate with a Bachelor of

Science in Human Resources Management (Affiliated with Excelsior College USA) at an affordable price. I am a proud Graduate at ACHE and I look forward to utilize my qualification to advance my career in Human Resources Management. Thank you ACHE!

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GENERAL BUSINESS

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101

ENC1102

English Composition I

English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

THE2000

REL2300

Theater Appreciation

World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013

ECO2023

Principles of Macroeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics

AMH2010

PSY2012

SYG2000

History of the United States

General Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023 Statistics

MAC1140

BSC1005

Pre-calculus Algebra

General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240 Organisational Behaviour

QMB2100

CHM1045

Quantitive Methods

General Chemistry I + Lab

HLP1081

SPC1608

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

4

2

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105

GEB1011

College Algebra

Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011 Principles of Marketing

ACG2001 Principles of Accounting I

ACG2011

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

Principles of Accounting I

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

Internationational Business Environment

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 General Business Concentration (28 credits)

MNA1161

MAN4504

Introduction to Customer Service

Operation Management

MAN3303

INL102

MAN3310

MNA2345

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Human Resource Management

Principles of Supervison

BUS315

CIS1510C

BUS380

MKA1511

Labour Relations

Project Management

Managing Diversity in the Work Place

Advertising

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102 English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

THE2000

REL2300

Theater Appreciation

World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO2023

AMH2010

Principles of Microeconomics

History of the United States

PSY2012

SYG2000

General Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023 Statistics

MAC1140

BSC1005

Pre-calculus Algebra

General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240 Organisational Behaviour

QMB2100

CHM1045

Quantitive Methods

General Chemistry I + Lab

HLP1081

SPC1608

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

4

2

3

3

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105

GEB1011

College Algebra

Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011 Principles of Marketing

ACG2001

ACG2011

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting I

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

Internationational Business Environment

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 Human Resource Concentration (28credits)

MNA1161 Introduction to Customer Service

MAN4504 Operation Management

MAN3303

INL102

MNA2345

BUS315

MAN3310

BUS325

MAN4320

MAN4330

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Principles of Supervison

Labour Relations

Human Resource Management

Women in Business Work Place

Training & Development

Compensation and Benefits

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

Andrea Taleratne

Graduated : Bachelor of Science in the Management of Human Resources

Studying at American College of Higher Education has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, mainly due to the support I received from the staff, lecturers and students. American College of Higher Education offered me the ability to graduate with a Bachelor of

Science in Human Resources Management (Affiliated with Excelsior College USA) at an affordable price. I am a proud Graduate at ACHE and I look forward to utilize my qualification to advance my career in Human Resources Management. Thank you ACHE!

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GENERAL BUSINESS

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101

ENC1102

English Composition I

English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

THE2000

REL2300

Theater Appreciation

World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013

ECO2023

Principles of Macroeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics

AMH2010

PSY2012

SYG2000

History of the United States

General Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023 Statistics

MAC1140

BSC1005

Pre-calculus Algebra

General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240 Organisational Behaviour

QMB2100

CHM1045

Quantitive Methods

General Chemistry I + Lab

HLP1081

SPC1608

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

4

2

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105

GEB1011

College Algebra

Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011 Principles of Marketing

ACG2001 Principles of Accounting I

ACG2011

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

Principles of Accounting I

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

Internationational Business Environment

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 General Business Concentration (28 credits)

MNA1161

MAN4504

Introduction to Customer Service

Operation Management

MAN3303

INL102

MAN3310

MNA2345

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Human Resource Management

Principles of Supervison

BUS315

CIS1510C

BUS380

MKA1511

Labour Relations

Project Management

Managing Diversity in the Work Place

Advertising

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

39

40

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102 English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

REL2300

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013

ECO2023

AMH2010

Principles of Macroeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics

History of the United States

PSY2012

SYG2000

General Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023

MAC1140

BSC1005

Statistics

Pre-calculus Algebra

General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240

QMB2100

CHM1045

Organisational Behaviour

Quantitive Methods

General Chemistry I + Lab

HLP1081

SPC1608

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

4

2

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105

GEB1011

College Algebra

Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011

ACG2001

ACG2011

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Principles of Marketing

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting II

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

International Business Environment

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 MIS Concentration (28 credits)

2800C

MAN4504

MAN3303

INL102

COP1334C

ISM3201C

ISM4220C

CIS2321

IT321

IT360

Programming Java

Operation Management

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Introduction to C++

Database Management

Networks & Data Communications

System Development & Design

Computer Systems Architecture

Operating Systems

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MARKETING

COURSE NUMBER COURSE CREDITS

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102 English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

REL2300 World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013

ECO2023

AMH2010

PSY2012

Principles of Macroeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics

History of the United States

General Psychology

SYG2000 Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023

MAC1140

Statistics

Pre-calculus Algebra

BSC1005 General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240

QMB2100

Organisational Behaviour

Quantitative Methods

CHM1045

HLP1081

SPC1608

General Chemistry I + Lab

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

4

2

3

3

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105 College Algebra

GEB1011 Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011

ACG2001

ACG2011

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Principles of Marketing

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting I

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

International Business Environment

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 Marketing Concentration (28 credits)

MNA1161

MAN4504

MAN3303

INL102

MKA1511

BUS225

MAR3802

BUS460

MAR2141

MAR3231

Introduction to Customer Service

Operation Management

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Advertising

Consumer Behaviour

Marketing Management

Marketing Research

International Marketing

Retail Management

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

3

3

3

3

41

40

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102 English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

REL2300

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013

ECO2023

AMH2010

Principles of Macroeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics

History of the United States

PSY2012

SYG2000

General Psychology

Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023

MAC1140

BSC1005

Statistics

Pre-calculus Algebra

General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240

QMB2100

CHM1045

Organisational Behaviour

Quantitive Methods

General Chemistry I + Lab

HLP1081

SPC1608

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

4

2

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105

GEB1011

College Algebra

Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011

ACG2001

ACG2011

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Principles of Marketing

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting II

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

International Business Environment

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 MIS Concentration (28 credits)

2800C

MAN4504

MAN3303

INL102

COP1334C

ISM3201C

ISM4220C

CIS2321

IT321

IT360

Programming Java

Operation Management

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Introduction to C++

Database Management

Networks & Data Communications

System Development & Design

Computer Systems Architecture

Operating Systems

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MARKETING

COURSE NUMBER COURSE CREDITS

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102 English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

REL2300 World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013

ECO2023

AMH2010

PSY2012

Principles of Macroeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics

History of the United States

General Psychology

SYG2000 Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023

MAC1140

Statistics

Pre-calculus Algebra

BSC1005 General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240

QMB2100

Organisational Behaviour

Quantitative Methods

CHM1045

HLP1081

SPC1608

General Chemistry I + Lab

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

4

2

3

3

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105 College Algebra

GEB1011 Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011

ACG2001

ACG2011

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Principles of Marketing

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting I

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

International Business Environment

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 Marketing Concentration (28 credits)

MNA1161

MAN4504

MAN3303

INL102

MKA1511

BUS225

MAR3802

BUS460

MAR2141

MAR3231

Introduction to Customer Service

Operation Management

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Advertising

Consumer Behaviour

Marketing Management

Marketing Research

International Marketing

Retail Management

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

3

3

3

3

41

42

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102 English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

REL2300 World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013

ECO2023

Principles of Macro Economics

Principles of Micro Economics

AMH2010

PSY2012

History of the United States

General Psychology

SYG2000 Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023

MAC1140

Statistics

Pre-calculus Algebra

BSC1005 General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240

QMB2100

Organisational Behaviour

Quantitive Methods

CHM1045

HLP1081

SPC1608

General Chemistry I + Lab

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

4

2

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105 College Algebra

GEB1011 Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011

ACG2001

ACG2011

Principles of Marketing

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting I

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

International Business Environment

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 Accounting Concentration (28credits)

MNA1161

MAN4504

MAN3303

INL102

ACG2100

ACG2110

ACC360

ACC417

ACC400

Introduction to Customer Service

Operation Management

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Intermediate Accounting I

Intermediate Accounting II

Cost Accounting

Individual & Corporate Tax

Auditing

FIN1100 Personal Finance

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Communication (9 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102

SPC1608

English Composition II

Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (6 credits)

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

THE2000 Theater Appreciation

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (9 credits)

AMH2010

PSY2012

History of the United States

General Psychology

SYG2000 Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science Mathematics Requirement (12 credits)

BSC1005

MAC2311

MAD2104

General Biology + Lab

Calculus & Analytical Geometry I

Discrete Math

Area 06 Arts & Science Electives (24 Credits)

CGS2100C Computer Applications

MAC1105

HLP1081

College Algebra

Total Wellness

CHM1045

MAC1140

MAC1114

COP1000C

STA2023

General Chemistry I + Lab

Pre-calculus Algebra

Trigonometry

Introduction to Computer Programming

Statistics

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

5

3

3

3

3

3

2

4

3

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE CREDITS

Area 06 IT Core Requirement (48 credits)

PHY2053 General Physics + Lab

MAC2312

COP2171C

COP2800C

COP2361C

COP2071C

CIS1513C

COP3847

CDA4411

CEN4722

CIS4361

IT360

ISM4220C

CNT3604

IT495

Calculus & Analytical Geometry II

Visual Basic Programming

Programming Java

Object-Oriented Analysis & Design

Database Designing & Programming (SQL)

Project Management

Web Systems & Technologies

Systems Integration Architecture

Human Computer Interaction

Information Assurance & Security

Operating Systems

Network & Data Communication

4

3

3

3

System Administration & Maintenance 3

Integrated Technology Assessment (Capstone) 3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

5

3

Elective Credits Component (13 credits)

INL102

COP1337C

CGS1540C

Information Literacy

Introduction to C++

Database Management

IT426

IT406

Wireless Technology

Computer Forencis

1

3

3

3

3

43

42

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102 English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

REL2300 World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (15 credits)

ECO2013

ECO2023

Principles of Macro Economics

Principles of Micro Economics

AMH2010

PSY2012

History of the United States

General Psychology

SYG2000 Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (10 credits)

STA2023

MAC1140

Statistics

Pre-calculus Algebra

BSC1005 General Biology + Lab

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (21 Credits)

MAN3240

QMB2100

Organisational Behaviour

Quantitive Methods

CHM1045

HLP1081

SPC1608

General Chemistry I + Lab

Total Wellness

Introduction to Public Speaking

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

4

2

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

MAC1105 College Algebra

GEB1011 Introduction to Business

Area 06 Business Core Requirement (33 credits)

MAR1011

ACG2001

ACG2011

Principles of Marketing

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting I

BUL2241

MAN2021

MAN2141

Business Law I

Introduction to Management

International Business Environment

CGS2100

GEB3213

FIN3400

BUS499

Computer Applications

Business Communication

Financial Management

Strategic Management Capstone

Area 08 Accounting Concentration (28credits)

MNA1161

MAN4504

MAN3303

INL102

ACG2100

ACG2110

ACC360

ACC417

ACC400

Introduction to Customer Service

Operation Management

Management & Leadership

Information Literacy

Intermediate Accounting I

Intermediate Accounting II

Cost Accounting

Individual & Corporate Tax

Auditing

FIN1100 Personal Finance

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Communication (9 credits)

ENC1101 English Composition I

ENC1102

SPC1608

English Composition II

Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (6 credits)

PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics

THE2000 Theater Appreciation

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (9 credits)

AMH2010

PSY2012

History of the United States

General Psychology

SYG2000 Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science Mathematics Requirement (12 credits)

BSC1005

MAC2311

MAD2104

General Biology + Lab

Calculus & Analytical Geometry I

Discrete Math

Area 06 Arts & Science Electives (24 Credits)

CGS2100C Computer Applications

MAC1105

HLP1081

College Algebra

Total Wellness

CHM1045

MAC1140

MAC1114

COP1000C

STA2023

General Chemistry I + Lab

Pre-calculus Algebra

Trigonometry

Introduction to Computer Programming

Statistics

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

5

3

3

3

3

3

2

4

3

3

COURSE NUMBER COURSE CREDITS

Area 06 IT Core Requirement (48 credits)

PHY2053 General Physics + Lab

MAC2312

COP2171C

COP2800C

COP2361C

COP2071C

CIS1513C

COP3847

CDA4411

CEN4722

CIS4361

IT360

ISM4220C

CNT3604

IT495

Calculus & Analytical Geometry II

Visual Basic Programming

Programming Java

Object-Oriented Analysis & Design

Database Designing & Programming (SQL)

Project Management

Web Systems & Technologies

Systems Integration Architecture

Human Computer Interaction

Information Assurance & Security

Operating Systems

Network & Data Communication

4

3

3

3

System Administration & Maintenance 3

Integrated Technology Assessment (Capstone) 3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

5

3

Elective Credits Component (13 credits)

INL102

COP1337C

CGS1540C

Information Literacy

Introduction to C++

Database Management

IT426

IT406

Wireless Technology

Computer Forencis

1

3

3

3

3

43

44

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101

ENC1102

English Composition I

English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

REL2300

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (9 credits)

AMH2010

GEA2000

POS2041

History of the United States

World Geography

National Government

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (9 credits)

MAC1105

BSC1005

HLP1081

College Algebra

General Biology + Lab

Total Wellness

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (26 Credits)

INL102

CHM1045

SPC1608

CGS2100C

SYG2323

EEC1603

INR2002

PHI2010

Information Literacy

General Chemistry I + Lab

Introduction to Public Speaking

Computer Applications

Introduction to Criminology

Child Guidance

Introduction to International Relations

Introduction to Philosophy

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

4

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

AML2020 American Literature

Area 06 Psychology Electives (27 credits)

SYG2441

SYG2421

SYG2340

SYG2000

SYG2010

CJJ2001

SYG2322

MAN3240

EEX3109

EEX3011

Social Institutions

Marriage and Families

Sociology of Human Sexuality

Principles of Sociology

Social Problems

Juvenile Justice

Juvenile Delinquency

Applied Organizational Behaviour

Nature and Needs of Autism

Introduction to Exceptional Student Education

Area 07 Psychology Core Requirement (34 credits)

PSY2012

STA2023

DEP2002

DEP2302

SOP2002

PSY300

PSY440

EDP4004

PSY380

PSYx310

LA496

La498

General Psychology

Statistics

Developmental Psy I: Child

Developmental Psy II: Adolescent

Social Psychology

Methods for Psychology

History and Systems

Principles of Educational Psychology

Biopsychology

Abnormal Psychology

Research and Writing in the Major

Psychology Capstone

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

COURSE NUMBER

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

COURSE

NANOTECHNOLOGY

CREDITS COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Communication (9 credits)

ENC1101

ENC1102

SPC1608

English Composition I

English Composition II

Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (6 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (9 credits)

AMH2010

GEA2000

SYG2000

History of the United States

World Geography

Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science Mathematics Requirement (12 credits)

BSC1005

MAC2311

MAC2312

General Biology + Lab

Calculus & Analytical Geometry I

Calculus & Analytical Geometry II

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (24 Credits)

CGS2100C

MAC1105

HLP1081

CHM1045

MAC1140

MAC1114

MAP2302

PHY2053

Computer Applications

College Algebra

Total Wellness

General Chemistry I + Lab

Pre-calculus Algebra

Trigonometry

Different Equations

General Physics I + L

3

4

3

3

3

3

2

4

4

5

5

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

CREDITS

PHY2054 General Physics II + L 4

Area 06 Electrical Engineering Technology Core Requirement

(45 credits)

MAS2103 Linear Algebra 3

EET1015C DC Circuits 3

EET1025C

EET 1084C

EET2326C

AC Circuits

Introduction to Electronics

Electronic Communications

3

3

3

EET1141C

EET2142C

EET2355C

CET114C

CET1461C

CET117C

COP1000C

CET2123C

CIS3510

ELEC495

Linear Techniques I

Linear Techniques II

Data Communication

Digital Techniques

Technical Computer Applications

Microprocessors I

Introduction to Computer Programming

Microprocessors II with Lab

Project Management

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Integrated Technology Assessment (Capstone) 3

Nanotechnology Concentration (15 credits)

INL102 Information Literacy

ELEC305 Introduction to Nanotechnology

ELEC310

ELEC410

ELEC415

ELEC420

Introduction to Nanofabrication Processes

Nanotechnology Process Equipment

Introduction to Nanofabrication

Micro-Electo-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

3

3

3

3

1

3

45

44

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Arts & Science Components (6 credits)

ENC1101

ENC1102

English Composition I

English Composition II

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

REL2300

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

World Religions

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (9 credits)

AMH2010

GEA2000

POS2041

History of the United States

World Geography

National Government

Area 04 Natural Science & Mathematics Requirement (9 credits)

MAC1105

BSC1005

HLP1081

College Algebra

General Biology + Lab

Total Wellness

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (26 Credits)

INL102

CHM1045

SPC1608

CGS2100C

SYG2323

EEC1603

INR2002

PHI2010

Information Literacy

General Chemistry I + Lab

Introduction to Public Speaking

Computer Applications

Introduction to Criminology

Child Guidance

Introduction to International Relations

Introduction to Philosophy

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

4

COURSE NUMBER COURSE

AML2020 American Literature

Area 06 Psychology Electives (27 credits)

SYG2441

SYG2421

SYG2340

SYG2000

SYG2010

CJJ2001

SYG2322

MAN3240

EEX3109

EEX3011

Social Institutions

Marriage and Families

Sociology of Human Sexuality

Principles of Sociology

Social Problems

Juvenile Justice

Juvenile Delinquency

Applied Organizational Behaviour

Nature and Needs of Autism

Introduction to Exceptional Student Education

Area 07 Psychology Core Requirement (34 credits)

PSY2012

STA2023

DEP2002

DEP2302

SOP2002

PSY300

PSY440

EDP4004

PSY380

PSYx310

LA496

La498

General Psychology

Statistics

Developmental Psy I: Child

Developmental Psy II: Adolescent

Social Psychology

Methods for Psychology

History and Systems

Principles of Educational Psychology

Biopsychology

Abnormal Psychology

Research and Writing in the Major

Psychology Capstone

CREDITS

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3

3

COURSE NUMBER

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

COURSE

NANOTECHNOLOGY

CREDITS COURSE NUMBER COURSE

Area 01 Communication (9 credits)

ENC1101

ENC1102

SPC1608

English Composition I

English Composition II

Introduction to Public Speaking

Area 02 Humanities Requirement (6 credits)

PHI2600

THE2000

Introduction to Ethics

Theater Appreciation

Area 03 Social/Behavioral Science/History Requirement (9 credits)

AMH2010

GEA2000

SYG2000

History of the United States

World Geography

Principles of Sociology

Area 04 Natural Science Mathematics Requirement (12 credits)

BSC1005

MAC2311

MAC2312

General Biology + Lab

Calculus & Analytical Geometry I

Calculus & Analytical Geometry II

Area 05 Arts & Science Electives (24 Credits)

CGS2100C

MAC1105

HLP1081

CHM1045

MAC1140

MAC1114

MAP2302

PHY2053

Computer Applications

College Algebra

Total Wellness

General Chemistry I + Lab

Pre-calculus Algebra

Trigonometry

Different Equations

General Physics I + L

3

4

3

3

3

3

2

4

4

5

5

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

CREDITS

PHY2054 General Physics II + L 4

Area 06 Electrical Engineering Technology Core Requirement

(45 credits)

MAS2103 Linear Algebra 3

EET1015C DC Circuits 3

EET1025C

EET 1084C

EET2326C

AC Circuits

Introduction to Electronics

Electronic Communications

3

3

3

EET1141C

EET2142C

EET2355C

CET114C

CET1461C

CET117C

COP1000C

CET2123C

CIS3510

ELEC495

Linear Techniques I

Linear Techniques II

Data Communication

Digital Techniques

Technical Computer Applications

Microprocessors I

Introduction to Computer Programming

Microprocessors II with Lab

Project Management

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Integrated Technology Assessment (Capstone) 3

Nanotechnology Concentration (15 credits)

INL102 Information Literacy

ELEC305 Introduction to Nanotechnology

ELEC310

ELEC410

ELEC415

ELEC420

Introduction to Nanofabrication Processes

Nanotechnology Process Equipment

Introduction to Nanofabrication

Micro-Electo-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

3

3

3

3

1

3

45

46

A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Martina Verity De Silva

“ Having been an English Teacher for a few years in Sri Lanka, I wanted to serve my institution and my students better by obtaining a higher qualification abroad. However, since I was married and had young children, I did not think that I could ever realize my ambition.

I then learnt of the 2 + 2 University Transfer

Program being conducted at the American

College of Higher Education (ACHE). This enabled me to stay in Sri Lanka for 2 more years with my family. I then transferred to Winona

State University in the US with a Cross-Cultural

Scholarship to complete my BS in Education.

Furthermore, I graduated with high honors, and Winona offered me a full scholarship to do an MS in Education, which I successfully completed. I am currently reading for my PhD in Education.

I thank the American College for making my otherwise impossible dream a reality.”

Martina De Silva

Major : Education

University : Winona State University Minnesota

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SOME OF THE UNIVERSITIES THAT OUR STUDENTS

HAVE TRANSFERRED TO

American University - Washington DC

Ashland University - Ohio

Asia Pacific University - Japan

Babson College - Massachusetts

Bradley University - Illinois

California Lutheran University - California

California State University - Chico

Colorado State University - Colorado

Culver-Stockton College - Missouri

Deakin University - Melbourne, Australia

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Arizona

Farileigh Dickinson University - New Jersey

Florida Atlantic University - Florida

Grand Valley State University - Michigan

Hawaii Pacific University - Hawaii

Humboldt State University- California

Iowa State University - Iowa

Macquarie University - Sydney

Middlesex University - UK

Montana State University, Montana

North Dakota, State University, North Dakota

Northern Illinois University - Illinois

Ohio Wesleyan University - Ohio

Pennsylvania State University- Pennsylvoniya

Pepperdine University- California

Randolph Macon College- Virginia

Richmond - The American International University - London

Salford University - UK

Santa Clara University - California

Schiller International University - London, UK

Simon Fraser University - Canada

Slippery Rock University - Pennsylvania

Southeast Missouri State University, Missouri

St. Cloud State University- Minnesota

St. Mary's College of California - California

State University of New York - Geneseo

Stevens Institute of Technology - New Jersey

Swinburne University - Adelaide, Australia

Texas Christian University - Texas

Towson University - Maryland

Truman State University - Missouri

University of Windsor - Canada

University of Bridgeport- Connecticut

University of Findlay - Ohio

University of Wyoming - Laramie

University of New Hampshire - New Hampshire

University of Oklahoma - Oklahoma

University of San Francisco - California

University of Tampa - Florida

University of Toledo - Ohio

Washington College - Maryland

Washington State University, Pulman

Wentworth Institute of Technology - Maryland

Wichita State University - Kansas

Widener University - Pennsylvania

Winona State University - Minnesota

Wright State University, Ohio

York University - Toronto, Canada

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16

06

32

07

24

29

British

Columbia

Washigton

Oregon

California

06

Nevada

Idaho

11

Alberia

Montana

UNITED STATES

Wyoming

Nebraska

Utah

Colorado

08

Kansas

Arizona

19

Saskatchewan

New Mexico

28

26

UNITED KINGDOM

South

Dakota

Manitopa

North

Dakota

20

Oklahoma

Texas

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49

43

31

Iowa

38

51

17

09

Ontario

Minnesota

Wisconsin

Missouri

Arkansas

Louisiana

Chicago

21

35

Mississippi

14

Michigan

39

50

23

Indiana

52

46

22

41

02

Ohio

WV

Kentucky

Tennessee

Alabama

North

Carolina

Georgia

South

Carolina

AUSTRALIA

18

10

Ouebec

53

Florida

09

45

New

York

33

30

25

48

01

13

34 12

37

47

Maine

42

04

40

Virginia

03

Massachusetts

Connecticut

New Jersey

Maryland

42

Pennsylvania

13

HAWAII

JAPAN

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46

A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Martina Verity De Silva

“ Having been an English Teacher for a few years in Sri Lanka, I wanted to serve my institution and my students better by obtaining a higher qualification abroad. However, since I was married and had young children, I did not think that I could ever realize my ambition.

I then learnt of the 2 + 2 University Transfer

Program being conducted at the American

College of Higher Education (ACHE). This enabled me to stay in Sri Lanka for 2 more years with my family. I then transferred to Winona

State University in the US with a Cross-Cultural

Scholarship to complete my BS in Education.

Furthermore, I graduated with high honors, and Winona offered me a full scholarship to do an MS in Education, which I successfully completed. I am currently reading for my PhD in Education.

I thank the American College for making my otherwise impossible dream a reality.”

Martina De Silva

Major : Education

University : Winona State University Minnesota

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SOME OF THE UNIVERSITIES THAT OUR STUDENTS

HAVE TRANSFERRED TO

American University - Washington DC

Ashland University - Ohio

Asia Pacific University - Japan

Babson College - Massachusetts

Bradley University - Illinois

California Lutheran University - California

California State University - Chico

Colorado State University - Colorado

Culver-Stockton College - Missouri

Deakin University - Melbourne, Australia

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Arizona

Farileigh Dickinson University - New Jersey

Florida Atlantic University - Florida

Grand Valley State University - Michigan

Hawaii Pacific University - Hawaii

Humboldt State University- California

Iowa State University - Iowa

Macquarie University - Sydney

Middlesex University - UK

Montana State University, Montana

North Dakota, State University, North Dakota

Northern Illinois University - Illinois

Ohio Wesleyan University - Ohio

Pennsylvania State University- Pennsylvoniya

Pepperdine University- California

Randolph Macon College- Virginia

Richmond - The American International University - London

Salford University - UK

Santa Clara University - California

Schiller International University - London, UK

Simon Fraser University - Canada

Slippery Rock University - Pennsylvania

Southeast Missouri State University, Missouri

St. Cloud State University- Minnesota

St. Mary's College of California - California

State University of New York - Geneseo

Stevens Institute of Technology - New Jersey

Swinburne University - Adelaide, Australia

Texas Christian University - Texas

Towson University - Maryland

Truman State University - Missouri

University of Windsor - Canada

University of Bridgeport- Connecticut

University of Findlay - Ohio

University of Wyoming - Laramie

University of New Hampshire - New Hampshire

University of Oklahoma - Oklahoma

University of San Francisco - California

University of Tampa - Florida

University of Toledo - Ohio

Washington College - Maryland

Washington State University, Pulman

Wentworth Institute of Technology - Maryland

Wichita State University - Kansas

Widener University - Pennsylvania

Winona State University - Minnesota

Wright State University, Ohio

York University - Toronto, Canada

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16

06

32

California

07

24

06

29

Oregon

British

Columbia

Washigton

Nevada

Idaho

UNITED STATES

Wyoming

Nebraska

Utah

Colorado

08

Kansas

Arizona

11

Alberia

Montana

28

19

26

UNITED KINGDOM

Saskatchewan

New Mexico

South

Dakota

Manitopa

North

Dakota

20

Oklahoma

Texas

36

49

43

31

Iowa

17

38

51

09

Ontario

Minnesota

Wisconsin

Missouri

Arkansas

Louisiana

Chicago

21

35

Mississippi

14

Michigan

39

50

23

Indiana

52

46

22

41

02

Ohio

WV

Kentucky

Tennessee

Alabama

North

Carolina

Georgia

South

Carolina

AUSTRALIA

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10

Ouebec

53

Florida

09

45

New

York

33

30

25

48

01

13

34 12

37

47

Maine

42

04

40

Virginia

03

Massachusetts

Connecticut

New Jersey

Maryland

42

Pennsylvania

13

HAWAII

JAPAN

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SCHOLARSHIPS

Some of the students who have transferred with academic scholarships.

Gunasingham Niroshan

Major: Computer Science

Winona State University

Past Student of

St. Joseph’s College, College-10,

US $ 7000 Scholarship

Yehan Ranasinghe

Major: Civil Engineering

Drexel University Philadelphia, USA

Past Student of

St. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia

US $ 13500 Scholarship

Upeksha Herath

Major: Pre Medicine

North Dakota State University,

North Dakota, USA

Past Student of

Ecole International School,Kandy.

US $7500 Scholarship

Sandeep Chemelrasekaram

Major: Chemical Engineering

University of Wyoming Larmie,

Past Student of

St. Anthony’s College, Kandy

US $ 4000 Scholarship

Rizan Fazily

Major: Mechanical Engineering

University of Wyoming

Past Student of

St. Belvoir College International

US $ 4000 Scholarship

Ronesh Besenist

Major: Computer Science

Winona State University

Past Student of

St. Nicholas’s International

College,Colombo

US $ 4650 Scholarship

Rachitha Jayashanka

Major: Computer Science

Winona State University, USA

Past Student of Rahula College, Matara

US $6000 Scholarship

Thejani Nanayakkara Vinori Kesala

Major: Computer Software Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Major: Business Administration

Winona State University

Past Student of Southland Girl’s School, Galle

Sir John Kothlawala College

US $7500 Scholarship

US $ 5000 Scholarship

Prathibba Devi

Major: Business Administration

North Dakota State University,

North Dakota, USA

Past Student of

Malaysian College, Malaysia

US $ 7500 Scholarship

Priyan Subhagaya

Major: Composite Engineering

Winona State University

Past Student of

Mahinda College, Galle

US $5000 Scholarship

Shamiranga Jayasinghe

Major: Computer Science

Truman State University

Past Student of

Maliyadeva College, Kurunegala

US $5000 Scholarship

Yuvini Perera

Major: Biological Science

Truman State University

Past Student of

Mahamaya College,Kandy

US $6000 Scholarship

Vidura Wickramasinghe

Major: Biological Science

Truman State University

Past Student of

Ecole International College

US $6000 Scholarship

Dhanushka Bandara

Dissanayake

Major: Mechanical Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Richmond College, Galle

US $6000 Scholarship

Charith Ranmuthuge

Major: Mechanical Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Royal College, Colombo

US $9000 Scholarship

Hasitha Ranasinghe

Major: Mechanical Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Richmond College, Galle

US $9000 Scholarship

Ayomi Indika Hewawethana

Major: Civil Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Sujatha College, Matara

US $9000 Scholarship

Vimukth Taruka Jayaratne

Major: Business Administration

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Sujatha College, Matara

US $9000 Scholarship

Erasha karshini Perera

Major: Marketing

Winona State University

Past Student of

Belvior International College

US $9000 Scholarship

Rasoga Yasoravi Samarasinghe

Major: Accounting

Winona State University

Past Student of

Musaeus College, Colombo

US $4830 Scholarship

SCHOLARSHIPS

Some of the students who have transferred with academic scholarships.

Sujathan Rajendran

Major : Business Administrations

Suny Platsburge University

Past Student of

Hindu College, Bambalapitiya

US $ 6,500 scholarship

Migara Perera

Major : Mechanical Engineering

Iowa State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International

US $ 5,000 scholarship

Ravini Jayawardena

Major : Mechanical Engineering

Iowa State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International

US $ 4,000 scholarship

Cross cultural-scholarships and merit-based scholarships between US $ 2000 - US $ 28,000 have been made available to our students by the following universities :

Winona State University - Minnesota

Iowa State University Iowa, USA

Fairleigh-Dickinson University - New Jersey

Truman State University - Missouri

Texas Christian University - Texas

St. Cloud University - Minnesota

State University of New York, Geneseo

North Dakota State University, North Dakota, USA

Plattsburgh State University, USA

South East Missouri State University, Missouri, USA

Vishadhi Perera

Major : Mechanical Engineering

Iowa State University

Past Student of

Devi Balika Vidyalaya.

US $ 4,000 scholarship

Thushara Buddika Saidaruwa

Major : Civil Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Mahinda College, Galle

US $ 9,400 scholarship

Nilusha Hettiarachchi

Major : Bio Technology

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Southland College, Galle

US $ 7,500 scholarship

Indika Lakmal Kodagoda Pathirage

Major : Computer Science

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Asoka Vidyalaya, Colombo 10

US $ 9,416 scholarship

Sameepa Hettiarachchi

Major : Electronic Engineering

South East Missouri State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International School Wattala

US $ 3,000 scholarship

Vajra Samarasinghe

Major : Business Administrations

& Management

South East Missouri State University

Past Student of

Sussex College

US $ 3,000 scholarship

Dilraj De Silva

Major : Biology

Truman State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International School, Nugegoda

US $ 5,000 scholarship

Dinuka Sahabandu

Major : Electronic & Electrical

Engineering

Washington State University

Past Student of

Richmond College, Galle

US $ 200,000 scholarship

Major: Information Technology

Texas Christian University, Texas.

“ I was doing research about the best institution to start my higher education. When I came across American College of Higher Education, I was fascinated by the number of options I had to choose from and immediately I knew that this was the best place to commence my higher studies. I was able to earn 62 credits in a little less than one and half years, which saved me money and precious time.

“It is with immense satisfaction I'm stating that I was selected to receive a full Dean's Scholarship of US$ 26,900 to attend Texas Christian

University, one of the premier American universities. The experience I gained by participating in many extra-curricular activities at American

College was invaluable and helped in many ways for me to get this scholarship.”

Nipuna Perera

Major: Information Technology

Texas Christian University

Past Student of Royal College,Colombo.

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SCHOLARSHIPS

Some of the students who have transferred with academic scholarships.

Gunasingham Niroshan

Major: Computer Science

Winona State University

Past Student of

St. Joseph’s College, College-10,

US $ 7000 Scholarship

Yehan Ranasinghe

Major: Civil Engineering

Drexel University Philadelphia, USA

Past Student of

St. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia

US $ 13500 Scholarship

Upeksha Herath

Major: Pre Medicine

North Dakota State University,

North Dakota, USA

Past Student of

Ecole International School,Kandy.

US $7500 Scholarship

Sandeep Chemelrasekaram

Major: Chemical Engineering

University of Wyoming Larmie,

Past Student of

St. Anthony’s College, Kandy

US $ 4000 Scholarship

Rizan Fazily

Major: Mechanical Engineering

University of Wyoming

Past Student of

St. Belvoir College International

US $ 4000 Scholarship

Ronesh Besenist

Major: Computer Science

Winona State University

Past Student of

St. Nicholas’s International

College,Colombo

US $ 4650 Scholarship

Rachitha Jayashanka

Major: Computer Science

Winona State University, USA

Past Student of Rahula College, Matara

US $6000 Scholarship

Thejani Nanayakkara Vinori Kesala

Major: Computer Software Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Major: Business Administration

Winona State University

Past Student of Southland Girl’s School, Galle

Sir John Kothlawala College

US $7500 Scholarship

US $ 5000 Scholarship

Prathibba Devi

Major: Business Administration

North Dakota State University,

North Dakota, USA

Past Student of

Malaysian College, Malaysia

US $ 7500 Scholarship

Priyan Subhagaya

Major: Composite Engineering

Winona State University

Past Student of

Mahinda College, Galle

US $5000 Scholarship

Shamiranga Jayasinghe

Major: Computer Science

Truman State University

Past Student of

Maliyadeva College, Kurunegala

US $5000 Scholarship

Yuvini Perera

Major: Biological Science

Truman State University

Past Student of

Mahamaya College,Kandy

US $6000 Scholarship

Vidura Wickramasinghe

Major: Biological Science

Truman State University

Past Student of

Ecole International College

US $6000 Scholarship

Dhanushka Bandara

Dissanayake

Major: Mechanical Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Richmond College, Galle

US $6000 Scholarship

Charith Ranmuthuge

Major: Mechanical Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Royal College, Colombo

US $9000 Scholarship

Hasitha Ranasinghe

Major: Mechanical Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Richmond College, Galle

US $9000 Scholarship

Ayomi Indika Hewawethana

Major: Civil Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Sujatha College, Matara

US $9000 Scholarship

Vimukth Taruka Jayaratne

Major: Business Administration

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Sujatha College, Matara

US $9000 Scholarship

Erasha karshini Perera

Major: Marketing

Winona State University

Past Student of

Belvior International College

US $9000 Scholarship

Rasoga Yasoravi Samarasinghe

Major: Accounting

Winona State University

Past Student of

Musaeus College, Colombo

US $4830 Scholarship

SCHOLARSHIPS

Some of the students who have transferred with academic scholarships.

Sujathan Rajendran

Major : Business Administrations

Suny Platsburge University

Past Student of

Hindu College, Bambalapitiya

US $ 6,500 scholarship

Migara Perera

Major : Mechanical Engineering

Iowa State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International

US $ 5,000 scholarship

Ravini Jayawardena

Major : Mechanical Engineering

Iowa State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International

US $ 4,000 scholarship

Cross cultural-scholarships and merit-based scholarships between US $ 2000 - US $ 28,000 have been made available to our students by the following universities :

Winona State University - Minnesota

Iowa State University Iowa, USA

Fairleigh-Dickinson University - New Jersey

Truman State University - Missouri

Texas Christian University - Texas

St. Cloud University - Minnesota

State University of New York, Geneseo

North Dakota State University, North Dakota, USA

Plattsburgh State University, USA

South East Missouri State University, Missouri, USA

Sameepa Hettiarachchi

Major : Electronic Engineering

South East Missouri State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International School Wattala

US $ 3,000 scholarship

Vajra Samarasinghe

Major : Business Administrations

& Management

South East Missouri State University

Past Student of

Sussex College

US $ 3,000 scholarship

Dilraj De Silva

Major : Biology

Truman State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International School, Nugegoda

US $ 5,000 scholarship

Dinuka Sahabandu

Major : Electronic & Electrical

Engineering

Washington State University

Past Student of

Richmond College, Galle

US $ 200,000 scholarship

Major: Information Technology

Texas Christian University, Texas.

“ I was doing research about the best institution to start my higher education. When I came across American College of Higher Education, I was fascinated by the number of options I had to choose from and immediately I knew that this was the best place to commence my higher studies. I was able to earn 62 credits in a little less than one and half years, which saved me money and precious time.

“It is with immense satisfaction I'm stating that I was selected to receive a full Dean's Scholarship of US$ 26,900 to attend Texas Christian

University, one of the premier American universities. The experience I gained by participating in many extra-curricular activities at American

College was invaluable and helped in many ways for me to get this scholarship.”

Nipuna Perera

Major: Information Technology

Texas Christian University

Past Student of Royal College,Colombo.

Vishadhi Perera

Major : Mechanical Engineering

Iowa State University

Past Student of

Devi Balika Vidyalaya.

US $ 4,000 scholarship

Thushara Buddika Saidaruwa

Major : Civil Engineering

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Mahinda College, Galle

US $ 9,400 scholarship

Nilusha Hettiarachchi

Major : Bio Technology

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Southland College, Galle

US $ 7,500 scholarship

Indika Lakmal Kodagoda Pathirage

Major : Computer Science

North Dakota State University

Past Student of

Asoka Vidyalaya, Colombo 10

US $ 9,416 scholarship

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Some of the students who have transferred in 2015-16

Some of the students who have transferred in 2015-16

Mohamed Wazib

Major : Computer Science

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Colombo South International

College, Colombo

Mukesh Mithrakumar

Major : Electrical Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Trinity College, Kandy

Rajitha Lamahewa

Major : Software Engineering

Rojitha Gunasekera

Major: Computer Science

South Dakota State University Midwestern State University, Texas

Past Student of

Dharmasoka College,

Ambalangoda

Past Student of

St.Thomas College, Mt.Lavinia

Rishni Sachindra

Major : Bio-medical Science

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Ananda Balika Vidyalaya, Kotte

Sachila Jayaweera

Major : Aeronautical Engineering

Swinburne University, Australia

Past Student of

St.Annes College, Kurunegala

Samadini Weerasekara

Major : Mechanical Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Musaeus College, Colombo

Sanprabha Wettawa

Major : Biomedical Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Visaka Vidyalaya, Colombo

Brindley Weerasekara

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Minnesota State University

Past Student of

Trinity College, Kandy

Chamara Peiris

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Mahanama College, Colombo

Chathurangani Warnasooriya

Major: Biology

College of Staten Island,NY

Past Student of

Royal International School,

Kurunegala

Chamira Perera

Major:Mechanical

Engineering

Midwestern State University

Past Student of Sirimavo

Bandaranaike

Vidyalaya,Colombo

Dharshana Prushothmana Rajah

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Minnesota State University,

Mankato

Past Student of St.Anthony's

College, Kandy

Dilmi Ranaweera

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Sirimavo Bandaranaike

Vidyalaya,Colombo

Dumindya Pubudini

Major: Business

Administration

Wichita State University

Past Student of Samudradevi

Balika Vidyalaya,Nugegoda

Dunya Malithi

Major: Chemistry

Southeast Missouri State

University

Past Student of Holy Cross

College, Gampaha

!

Shenella Karunaratne

Major : Psychology, Biology

Midwestern State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International School,

Wattala

Shehan Karunaratne

Major : Accounting

Midwestern State University

Past Student of

Royal College, Colombo

Tilakshi Peiris

Major: Fashion Merchandising

RMIT University, Australia

Past Student of

Musaeus College, Colombo

Thishan Pathmanatahan

Major: Computer Science

St.Cloud State University

Past Student of

St.Anthony's College, Kandy

Vishma Seneviratne

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Midwestern State University

Past Student of

Darmapala Vidyalaya, Pannipitiya

Yasiru Wickramasurendra

Major: Computer Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Rahula College, Matara

Major: Global Business

Pepperdine University, California, USA.

ACHE was my anchor in higher education. It gave me a solid base from which I can excel to higher levels. Today I graduated with an

MSC in global business, from the Pepperdine University, in California USA.

Anjelo Yaseen

Major: Global Business

Pepperdine University, California, USA

Past Student of American International School

Erosha Wijenayake

Major: Finance

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Ecole International School,

Kandy

Ganeshi Bhagya

Major: Microbiology

IOWA State University

Past Student of Sangamitta

College, Galle

Gaveen Senarathna

Major: Business

Administration

University of University of

North Dakota

Past Student of Richmond

College, Galle

Hansaka Malaviarachchi

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

Midwestern State University

Past Student of

D.S.Senanayake College,

Colombo

Hiran Ranaweera

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Vidyartha College, Kandy

Induka Hisella

Major: Computer Science

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Jinaraja College, Gampola

Ishara Perera

Major: Electrical Engineering

California State University

Past Student of Dharmaraja

College, Kandy

Jevon Fonseka

Major: Electrical &

Electronics Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

St.Joseph's College, Colombo

Kanila Gunasekera

Major: Engineering

Wichita State University, Kansas

Past Student of

D.S.Senanayake College,

Colombo

Kalana Sahabandu

Major: Computer Science

Washington State University

Past Student of

Richmond College, Galle

Kavini Nanayakkara

Major: Molecular Biology

California State University

Past Student of

St.Paul's Girls' School,

Colombo

Kaveen Thiyanga

Major: Electrical Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Dharmasoka College,

Ambalangoda

Marlon Balasuriya

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

D.S.Senanayake College,

Colombo

Marlon Perera

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of Thurstan

College, Colombo

Madduma Kaluge Sanka

Major:Computer Science

South Dakota State University

Past Student of President's

College, Kotte

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Some of the students who have transferred in 2015-16

Some of the students who have transferred in 2015-16

Mohamed Wazib

Major : Computer Science

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Colombo South International

College, Colombo

Mukesh Mithrakumar

Major : Electrical Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Trinity College, Kandy

Rajitha Lamahewa

Major : Software Engineering

Rojitha Gunasekera

Major: Computer Science

South Dakota State University Midwestern State University, Texas

Past Student of

Dharmasoka College,

Ambalangoda

Past Student of

St.Thomas College, Mt.Lavinia

Rishni Sachindra

Major : Bio-medical Science

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Ananda Balika Vidyalaya, Kotte

Sachila Jayaweera

Major : Aeronautical Engineering

Swinburne University, Australia

Past Student of

St.Annes College, Kurunegala

Samadini Weerasekara

Major : Mechanical Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Musaeus College, Colombo

Sanprabha Wettawa

Major : Biomedical Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Visaka Vidyalaya, Colombo

Brindley Weerasekara

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Minnesota State University

Past Student of

Trinity College, Kandy

Chamara Peiris

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Mahanama College, Colombo

Chathurangani Warnasooriya

Major: Biology

College of Staten Island,NY

Past Student of

Royal International School,

Kurunegala

Chamira Perera

Major:Mechanical

Engineering

Midwestern State University

Past Student of Sirimavo

Bandaranaike

Vidyalaya,Colombo

Dharshana Prushothmana Rajah

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Minnesota State University,

Mankato

Past Student of St.Anthony's

College, Kandy

Dilmi Ranaweera

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Sirimavo Bandaranaike

Vidyalaya,Colombo

Dumindya Pubudini

Major: Business

Administration

Wichita State University

Past Student of Samudradevi

Balika Vidyalaya,Nugegoda

Dunya Malithi

Major: Chemistry

Southeast Missouri State

University

Past Student of Holy Cross

College, Gampaha

!

Shenella Karunaratne

Major : Psychology, Biology

Midwestern State University

Past Student of

Lyceum International School,

Wattala

Shehan Karunaratne

Major : Accounting

Midwestern State University

Past Student of

Royal College, Colombo

Tilakshi Peiris

Major: Fashion Merchandising

RMIT University, Australia

Past Student of

Musaeus College, Colombo

Thishan Pathmanatahan

Major: Computer Science

St.Cloud State University

Past Student of

St.Anthony's College, Kandy

Vishma Seneviratne

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Midwestern State University

Past Student of

Darmapala Vidyalaya, Pannipitiya

Yasiru Wickramasurendra

Major: Computer Engineering

Wichita State University

Past Student of

Rahula College, Matara

Major: Global Business

Pepperdine University, California, USA.

ACHE was my anchor in higher education. It gave me a solid base from which I can excel to higher levels. Today I graduated with an

MSC in global business, from the Pepperdine University, in California USA.

Anjelo Yaseen

Major: Global Business

Pepperdine University, California, USA

Past Student of American International School

Erosha Wijenayake

Major: Finance

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Ecole International School,

Kandy

Ganeshi Bhagya

Major: Microbiology

IOWA State University

Past Student of Sangamitta

College, Galle

Gaveen Senarathna

Major: Business

Administration

University of University of

North Dakota

Past Student of Richmond

College, Galle

Hansaka Malaviarachchi

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

Midwestern State University

Past Student of

D.S.Senanayake College,

Colombo

Hiran Ranaweera

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Vidyartha College, Kandy

Induka Hisella

Major: Computer Science

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Jinaraja College, Gampola

Ishara Perera

Major: Electrical Engineering

California State University

Past Student of Dharmaraja

College, Kandy

Jevon Fonseka

Major: Electrical &

Electronics Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

St.Joseph's College, Colombo

Kanila Gunasekera

Major: Engineering

Wichita State University, Kansas

Past Student of

D.S.Senanayake College,

Colombo

Kalana Sahabandu

Major: Computer Science

Washington State University

Past Student of

Richmond College, Galle

Kavini Nanayakkara

Major: Molecular Biology

California State University

Past Student of

St.Paul's Girls' School,

Colombo

Kaveen Thiyanga

Major: Electrical Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

Dharmasoka College,

Ambalangoda

Marlon Balasuriya

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of

D.S.Senanayake College,

Colombo

Marlon Perera

Major: Mechanical

Engineering

South Dakota State University

Past Student of Thurstan

College, Colombo

Madduma Kaluge Sanka

Major:Computer Science

South Dakota State University

Past Student of President's

College, Kotte

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ACADEMIC DEGREES

Students interested in obtaining a degree in over 500 majors can begin the first part or their studies at the American College.

Some of the popular majors our students have specialized in are:

Actuarial Sciences

Agricultural Science

Anthropology

Architecture

Aeronautical Engineering

Biology

Bio-Medical Engineering

Bio-Technology

Business Administration

Chemical Engineering

Chemistry

Composite Engineering

Computer Information

Systems

Computer Science

Dietetics

Economics

Engineering

English

Fashion Merchandising

Fashion Design

Film & TV Production

Finance & Accounting

Foreign Languages

Genetics

History

Hospitality Administration

Industrial Engineering

International Business

Journalism

Liberal Arts

Manufacturing Engineering

Marine Biology

Mass Communication

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

Mechatronics

Medical Technology

Micro - Biology

Molecular Biology

Pharmaceutical Studies

Physics

Political Science

Pre - Chiropractic

Pre - Medical / Dental

Pre - Law

Pre - Optometry

Pre Veterinary Medicine

Psychology

Radio & Television

Robotics

Sociology

Social Welfare

Software Engineering

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1) What are the outstanding features of the American College ?

A.

Since the duration of an American Degree is 4 years you can start the degree program right after your O’Levels. So by the time you are 19 or 20 years old, you will have an American Bachelors degree in your hand, while your colleagues may still be struggling to enter a local university.

B.

The American College offers 145 subjects at the degree level. So that students can complete half of almost any degree in Sri

Lanka, before transferring to the United States and else where to complete the balance 2 years.

C.

Students are not restricted to transferring only to USA. After completing 2 years of study (61 Credits) at ACHE students can also transfer to other countries such as UK, Canada, Australia,

Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and UAE.

D.

If you decide to get an American Bachelors degree in Sri Lanka without transferring to USA, you can read for 5 accredited

Bachelors degrees at ACHE : Human Resource Management,

General Business, Management Information Systems

Information Technology. These American degrees are conferred by Excelsior College, University of the State of New York.

E.

We have transferred over 1800 students to foreign univesities mainly in the US to major in the fields of Pre-Medicine /

Engineering / Business Studies / Computer Science / Psychology

/ Hospitality Management etc.

2) What are the basic requirements for Admission to the American

College ?

The basic condition which must be satisfied before you can be accepted to the American College, is your academic ability - you should have at least 5 credit passes in the local or foreign

O’Levels, including Math and English.

3) What if I don’t have the minimum requirements ?

You have to do remedial courses in Maths and English.

4) If I have my A’levels, does it benefit me ?

Yes, If you have good results you will be exempted from 1 or 2 semesters’ work, i.e. you will be awarded credits for your A / Level work.

5) How do I start an American degree program, conducted totally in

English, if I have done the O’Level in the Sinhala medium ?

Most of our students have done the O’Level in the Sinhala medium. However, we have a special English for Academic purpose program, which is geared to bringing the students up to a standard where they can follow an American degree without any problem.

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ACADEMIC DEGREES

Students interested in obtaining a degree in over 500 majors can begin the first part or their studies at the American College.

Some of the popular majors our students have specialized in are:

Actuarial Sciences

Agricultural Science

Anthropology

Architecture

Aeronautical Engineering

Biology

Bio-Medical Engineering

Bio-Technology

Business Administration

Chemical Engineering

Chemistry

Composite Engineering

Computer Information

Systems

Computer Science

Dietetics

Economics

Engineering

English

Fashion Merchandising

Fashion Design

Film & TV Production

Finance & Accounting

Foreign Languages

Genetics

History

Hospitality Administration

Industrial Engineering

International Business

Journalism

Liberal Arts

Manufacturing Engineering

Marine Biology

Mass Communication

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

Mechatronics

Medical Technology

Micro - Biology

Molecular Biology

Pharmaceutical Studies

Physics

Political Science

Pre - Chiropractic

Pre - Medical / Dental

Pre - Law

Pre - Optometry

Pre Veterinary Medicine

Psychology

Radio & Television

Robotics

Sociology

Social Welfare

Software Engineering

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1) What are the outstanding features of the American College ?

A.

Since the duration of an American Degree is 4 years you can start the degree program right after your O’Levels. So by the time you are 19 or 20 years old, you will have an American Bachelors degree in your hand, while your colleagues may still be struggling to enter a local university.

B.

The American College offers 145 subjects at the degree level. So that students can complete half of almost any degree in Sri

Lanka, before transferring to the United States and else where to complete the balance 2 years.

C.

Students are not restricted to transferring only to USA. After completing 2 years of study (61 Credits) at ACHE students can also transfer to other countries such as UK, Canada, Australia,

Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and UAE.

D.

If you decide to get an American Bachelors degree in Sri Lanka without transferring to USA, you can read for 5 accredited

Bachelors degrees at ACHE : Human Resource Management,

General Business, Management Information Systems

Information Technology. These American degrees are conferred by Excelsior College, University of the State of New York.

E.

We have transferred over 1800 students to foreign univesities mainly in the US to major in the fields of Pre-Medicine /

Engineering / Business Studies / Computer Science / Psychology

/ Hospitality Management etc.

2) What are the basic requirements for Admission to the American

College ?

The basic condition which must be satisfied before you can be accepted to the American College, is your academic ability - you should have at least 5 credit passes in the local or foreign

O’Levels, including Math and English.

3) What if I don’t have the minimum requirements ?

You have to do remedial courses in Maths and English.

4) If I have my A’levels, does it benefit me ?

Yes, If you have good results you will be exempted from 1 or 2 semesters’ work, i.e. you will be awarded credits for your A / Level work.

5) How do I start an American degree program, conducted totally in

English, if I have done the O’Level in the Sinhala medium ?

Most of our students have done the O’Level in the Sinhala medium. However, we have a special English for Academic purpose program, which is geared to bringing the students up to a standard where they can follow an American degree without any problem.

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6) Can I transfer my credits to ANY university in the United States?

More than 4000 universities will accept your credits including some of the best universities in the United States some students will be receiving a transcript from Broward College USA and is very well recognized. U.S. colleges and universities decide for itself whether to accept transfer credit from another institution or not.

7) Will ALL my credits transfer?

A.

B.

Yes, WITH THE FOLLOWING RESERVATIONS

Remedial courses like Writing Workshop and Intermediate Algebra will usually not transfer to the United States. Pre-Calculus and Basic

Programming are considered remedial subjects for engineering students. However, students must understand that doing a remedial course in the subjects where they are weak is of vital importance academically. If they do not master the basic principles of the subject they will not be able to make it through college.

B.

If you are planning to transfer after two years, concentrate mostly on the General Educational Requirements.However you must understand that different universities may have slightly different

General Education requirements rather than a standard one. The credits that you have completed at the American College may satisfy the requirements of one university but not another. This can lead to credit loss in one form or another. For this reason you should apply to a number of universities and transfer to the one that will accept all or most of your credits.

C.

Chose a University and the program that you want to do and show it to your Academic Advisor and he or she will try to give you courses that are identical to those in your program. This can only be done when you are certain of the university that you want to attend but it is the best way to ensure that all your credits will transfer.

D.

Once you are in the US or Canada approach your academic advisor and ask for the transfer of all your credits. Give them a copy of your course out line and tell them about the text book you have used in a particular course. If a course does not fit in their curriculum remind them it might fit as an elective.

C.

In addition, some subjects taken at the American College that are not directly related to your selected major must fit the curriculum of the university you are transferring to. If a subject does not fit you may not receive credit for it. American College often selects a general or generic program for students because it does not know which university the student will be attending. The American College always recommends that you apply to at least 2 or more universities so as to broaden your transfer prospects.

D.

Any grade below ‘C’ (70%) in a subject will not transfer.

E.

Be aware that transfer of credit is a process encountered by students in American institutions whether in the US or overseas who transfer from one College to another because of the disparity in the academic curriculum among the different universities in the US.

9) How do I ensure a smooth transfer to universities abroad?

A.

Maintain a GPA of above 3.00 ( B or above ) to improve your chances of acceptance at universities of good academic standing.

B.

Do both the TOEFL and SAT and plan on getting high scores in them.

8) What can I do to improve my chances of transferring all my credits?

A.

Some subjects are more widely transferrable than others. These are usually the more rigorous subjects like History, Literature, Chemistry etc. Be prepared to do them and to get a good grade in them.

10) How does the American College place a student in USA ?

Since selecting the right University can be a confusing and difficult process for the international student, we take many factors into consideration when we place the student such as : the student’s academic ability, his proposed field of study, his financial resources, scholarships offer, size and location of the

University, the availability of residential housing or off-campus housing, etc.

D.

We have also introduced new Advanced Diploma programs (1 - 2 years duration) Early Childhood Education, Mass communication, Sociology and Business Administration

(Management, Entrepreneurship, HRM, Accounts, Finance,

Operations Management)

13) Do you conduct the Degree Program at the American College

Branch Campuses ?

11) What sort of faculty does the American College recruit ?

A.

Our faculty consists mainly of visiting lecturers since in the

American system students sit for different subjects every semester. Many of our lecturers hold a PhD from USA, Canada,

UK, etc, and many of them are attached to the local Universities.

We also have American professors regularly teaching some specified courses.

Yes, the degree program is functioning in all the branch campuses. However, for subjects requiring a lab component ( i.e.

Chemistry) the students are transported either to Colombo or

Kandy Campuses each week. We have also had some inquiries from foreign students who wish to follow studies in Kandy, instead of Colombo, mostly due to its environment as well as the security factor.

14) Does the American College have any other branches in Colombo ?

B.

All our Lecturers are approved by the Southern Association of college and schools (SACS) USA

No we do not. The American College of Higher Education is situated ONLY at 23, Hospital Road, Dehiwela.

12) What other courses do you conduct at the American College?

A.

In support of the degree program we could safely say that we have an excellent TOEFL & SAT program. We are also the only institute in Sri Lanka to conduct the SAT -II, the GRE and the

GMAT courses.

B.

Also, our computer courses are second to none. We are conducting a variety of courses ranging from basic computing to professional IT courses such as the Advanced Diploma in

Computer Hardware and Web Technology, which is currently the most comprehensive course in Sri Lanka and which includes over 300 practicals.

C.

Our self-enhancement programs such as Personality

Development & Psychology for Teenagers, the Diploma in

Psychology Child Psychology and Counseling Psychology are very popular too.

15) Do many foreign students study at the American College?

We have a representation of about 23 countries. But most of our foreign students are from the Maldives, since many Ministries in the Maldives send their staff in batches to the American College for various training programs and courses.

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6) Can I transfer my credits to ANY university in the United States?

More than 4000 universities will accept your credits including some of the best universities in the United States some students will be receiving a transcript from Broward College USA and is very well recognized. U.S. colleges and universities decide for itself whether to accept transfer credit from another institution or not.

7) Will ALL my credits transfer?

A.

B.

Yes, WITH THE FOLLOWING RESERVATIONS

Remedial courses like Writing Workshop and Intermediate Algebra will usually not transfer to the United States. Pre-Calculus and Basic

Programming are considered remedial subjects for engineering students. However, students must understand that doing a remedial course in the subjects where they are weak is of vital importance academically. If they do not master the basic principles of the subject they will not be able to make it through college.

B.

If you are planning to transfer after two years, concentrate mostly on the General Educational Requirements.However you must understand that different universities may have slightly different

General Education requirements rather than a standard one. The credits that you have completed at the American College may satisfy the requirements of one university but not another. This can lead to credit loss in one form or another. For this reason you should apply to a number of universities and transfer to the one that will accept all or most of your credits.

C.

Chose a University and the program that you want to do and show it to your Academic Advisor and he or she will try to give you courses that are identical to those in your program. This can only be done when you are certain of the university that you want to attend but it is the best way to ensure that all your credits will transfer.

D.

Once you are in the US or Canada approach your academic advisor and ask for the transfer of all your credits. Give them a copy of your course out line and tell them about the text book you have used in a particular course. If a course does not fit in their curriculum remind them it might fit as an elective.

C.

In addition, some subjects taken at the American College that are not directly related to your selected major must fit the curriculum of the university you are transferring to. If a subject does not fit you may not receive credit for it. American College often selects a general or generic program for students because it does not know which university the student will be attending. The American College always recommends that you apply to at least 2 or more universities so as to broaden your transfer prospects.

D.

Any grade below ‘C’ (70%) in a subject will not transfer.

E.

Be aware that transfer of credit is a process encountered by students in American institutions whether in the US or overseas who transfer from one College to another because of the disparity in the academic curriculum among the different universities in the US.

9) How do I ensure a smooth transfer to universities abroad?

A.

Maintain a GPA of above 3.00 ( B or above ) to improve your chances of acceptance at universities of good academic standing.

B.

Do both the TOEFL and SAT and plan on getting high scores in them.

8) What can I do to improve my chances of transferring all my credits?

A.

Some subjects are more widely transferrable than others. These are usually the more rigorous subjects like History, Literature, Chemistry etc. Be prepared to do them and to get a good grade in them.

10) How does the American College place a student in USA ?

Since selecting the right University can be a confusing and difficult process for the international student, we take many factors into consideration when we place the student such as : the student’s academic ability, his proposed field of study, his financial resources, scholarships offer, size and location of the

University, the availability of residential housing or off-campus housing, etc.

D.

We have also introduced new Advanced Diploma programs (1 - 2 years duration) Early Childhood Education, Mass communication, Sociology and Business Administration

(Management, Entrepreneurship, HRM, Accounts, Finance,

Operations Management)

13) Do you conduct the Degree Program at the American College

Branch Campuses ?

11) What sort of faculty does the American College recruit ?

A.

Our faculty consists mainly of visiting lecturers since in the

American system students sit for different subjects every semester. Many of our lecturers hold a PhD from USA, Canada,

UK, etc, and many of them are attached to the local Universities.

We also have American professors regularly teaching some specified courses.

Yes, the degree program is functioning in all the branch campuses. However, for subjects requiring a lab component ( i.e.

Chemistry) the students are transported either to Colombo or

Kandy Campuses each week. We have also had some inquiries from foreign students who wish to follow studies in Kandy, instead of Colombo, mostly due to its environment as well as the security factor.

14) Does the American College have any other branches in Colombo ?

B.

All our Lecturers are approved by the Southern Association of college and schools (SACS) USA

No we do not. The American College of Higher Education is situated ONLY at 23, Hospital Road, Dehiwela.

12) What other courses do you conduct at the American College?

A.

In support of the degree program we could safely say that we have an excellent TOEFL & SAT program. We are also the only institute in Sri Lanka to conduct the SAT -II, the GRE and the

GMAT courses.

B.

Also, our computer courses are second to none. We are conducting a variety of courses ranging from basic computing to professional IT courses such as the Advanced Diploma in

Computer Hardware and Web Technology, which is currently the most comprehensive course in Sri Lanka and which includes over 300 practicals.

C.

Our self-enhancement programs such as Personality

Development & Psychology for Teenagers, the Diploma in

Psychology Child Psychology and Counseling Psychology are very popular too.

15) Do many foreign students study at the American College?

We have a representation of about 23 countries. But most of our foreign students are from the Maldives, since many Ministries in the Maldives send their staff in batches to the American College for various training programs and courses.

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Appendix

ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS

are Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. A small number of individual topics may appear in more than one of the examinations. Treatment of any overlapping topics will differ in emphasis, detail, and depth, as defined in the individual content outlines.

ACG 2001 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 CREDITS

This course provides an introductory study of the fundamental principles of recording, summarizing and reporting the financial activities of proprietorships. Advisement note: Students achieving less than a grade of 'C' may experience academic difficulty in

ACG 2011, Principles of Accounting II. A grade of less than “C” is not transferable to upper division.

BUL 2241 BUSINESS LAW I

relationships of government, business and society; law of contracts; personal property, bailment, sales of goods, torts and business crimes.

3 CREDITS

This course covers basic principles of law and their application to business problems. Topics include a discussion of legal rights and social forces; the legal

ACG 2011

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II

3 CREDITS

As the second course of the series, this course concludes the study of financial

BUL 2442 BUSINESS LAW II 3 CREDITS

This course provides a study of the legal principles covering negotiable instruments, accounting and introduces manufacturing and managerial accounting concepts and procedures. Topics covered include plant assets, accounting of equity rights, cash flow creditors' rights and secured transactions; agency, employer-employee relations; franchises, insurance, bankruptcy, partnerships, corporations, and real property. statement, financial statement analysis, cost concepts and job order costing.

ECO2220

Advisement note: Students achieving a grade of 'C' may experience academic difficulty

MONEY AND BANKING 3 CREDITS

A general survey of the economics of money and banking covering the evolution, in ACG 2071, Managerial Accounting. A grade of less than 'C' is not transferable to nature and functions of money; the nature of banking and its regulation; monetary upper division. Prerequisite: ACG 2001.

standards; structure and functions of the Federal Reserve System; monetary policy,

BUS 421 BUSINESS POLICY & STRATEGY 3 CREDITS

This test examines how top management determines the direction of a firm by utilizing the strategy process. Topics include: the meaning and implications of strategy; those monetary theory and the price level; and the role of banking and money in international finance. Prerequisite(s) : ECO2013 responsible for the strategy process (strategists); an overview of the internal and external forces that impact the strategy process; methods and importance of strategic formulation; and implementation and evaluation.

FIN 325 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE 3 CREDITS

The course is an introduction to operation finance, including theories of financial management, key decision models (Formulas and equations) and risk and investment analysis.

BUSX 360 LABOR RELATIONS 3 CREDITS

The Excelsior College Examination in Labor Relations measures knowledge and understanding of material typically taught in a one-semester survey course usually taken in the junior or senior year of a business, industrial relations or economics program. Examination content is drawn from that commonly included in courses with such titles as Labor Relations, Labor management Relations, industrial and labor relations, or Collective Bargaining. The examination tests for knowledge of facts and terminology, an understanding of basic concepts and the ability to this apply knowledge and understanding. Material is primarily focused on U.S.labor relations.

The Labor Relations examination is one of three examinations in management of human resources offered by Excelsior College. The other two examinations in this area

FIN1100 PERSONAL FINANCE 3 CREDITS

This course provides a survey of the areas of personal economic problems with which all individuals must contend. Course content guides each person towards receiving favorable results in the following areas: buying on credit, borrowing money, using bank services, and investing savings; selecting from various types of insurance coverage; home ownership vs. renting; obtaining investment information, investing in stocks and bonds; income taxes; Social Security; Medicare, retirement planning and annuities; and estate planning, wills, and trusts. Meets

Area 5 A.A degree general education requirements.

FIN 2050 FINANCE OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE 3 CREDITS

This course provides a general survey of international trade. Topic studied include transportation modes, cargo insurance and the various special terms of sale used in overseas transactions. Also covered are import / export documentation and procedures; documentary credits, international payments and collections; bank financing sources for international trade and alternative financing techniques.

MAN 2021 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course covers fundamental management principles and concepts. Emphasis is placed on the Management functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. Principles of scientific management, motivation, and economic analysis are studied relative to their use in business decisions.

GEB 1011 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3 CREDITS

This course provides a basic study of business activity and how it relates to our economic society. Topics covered include how businesses are owned, organized and controlled. Course content emphasizes business vocabulary, areas of business specialization and career opportunities.

MAN 2604 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 3 CREDITS

A basic course in international business theory and practice focusing on the challenges of managing the operations of an international business in diverse legal, political, economic, and cultural environments. Emphasis is placed on strategic planning and decision-making for the international operations of domestic, foreign and multinational corporations.

GEB 2112

issues.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3 CREDITS

This course presents a modern treatment of business. It explores start -up/buy-out, franchising, business plans, marketing plans, human resources, financial planning, legal forms, products/services, selling, advertising, management policies, accounting systems, tax issues, capital management, computers, risk management, and ethical

GEB 2955 INTERNATIONAL CURRENT BUSINESS 3 CREDITS

PRACTICE

Upon successful completion of this course, students should have a broad conceptual view point of international business activity in areas such as finance, marketing, production and manufacturing. This course covers the nature and purpose of business between nations as well as the concepts of the multinational corporation and its importance in the world marketplace . Business concepts of other nations are studied through actual visits to foreign business enterprises. Emphasis is given to the differences in business policies between countries and their relationship to business activity.

MAR1011 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3 CREDITS

An introductory course covering the management marketing process. Special topics include the marketing manager's role in a market directed economy, marketing objectives, strategic planning and developing marketing mixes for targeting market.

Material is presented as it relates to the “P's” marketing. As a learning activity, students analyze and prepare case studies of businesses engaged in manufacturing, wholesaling, retailing and service.

MKA 1511

organization.

ADVERTISING 3 CREDITS

This course introduces the use of promotional strategy and marketing communications in achieving marketing objectives. It focuses on how product features/benefits can be translated into promotional appeals that will influence customer purchasing behaviour.

Topics include promotional objectives, product positioning, selecting media, creative analyses, budgeting and measuring promotional effectiveness. As a learning activity. students prepare a promotional program for a product, business, or not-for-profit

INP1301 HUMAN RELATIONS IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 3 CREDITS

Introductory course to the study of human behavior emphasizing its practical applications in business and industry. It introduces the student to personal and social adjustment mechanisms as a means of understanding the behavior of one's self and of other. Also introduces the student to current psychological applications in the field of testing, advertising, selling, market research, morale, personnel work, employee selections and training and supervisory practices.

MAR2141 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 3 CREDITS

This course examines basic marketing principles related to business in an international setting. Emphasis is placed on the role of the international marketing manager in the development of marketing strategies for a variety of markets in diverse cultural and economic situations. Topics covered include the decision-making process in the area of foreign market analysis, target market identification, product planning, promotion, and channels of distribution.

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Appendix

ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS

are Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. A small number of individual topics may appear in more than one of the examinations. Treatment of any overlapping topics will differ in emphasis, detail, and depth, as defined in the individual content outlines.

ACG 2001 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 CREDITS

This course provides an introductory study of the fundamental principles of recording, summarizing and reporting the financial activities of proprietorships. Advisement note: Students achieving less than a grade of 'C' may experience academic difficulty in

ACG 2011, Principles of Accounting II. A grade of less than “C” is not transferable to upper division.

BUL 2241 BUSINESS LAW I

relationships of government, business and society; law of contracts; personal property, bailment, sales of goods, torts and business crimes.

3 CREDITS

This course covers basic principles of law and their application to business problems. Topics include a discussion of legal rights and social forces; the legal

ACG 2011

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II

3 CREDITS

As the second course of the series, this course concludes the study of financial

BUL 2442 BUSINESS LAW II 3 CREDITS

This course provides a study of the legal principles covering negotiable instruments, accounting and introduces manufacturing and managerial accounting concepts and procedures. Topics covered include plant assets, accounting of equity rights, cash flow creditors' rights and secured transactions; agency, employer-employee relations; franchises, insurance, bankruptcy, partnerships, corporations, and real property. statement, financial statement analysis, cost concepts and job order costing.

ECO2220

Advisement note: Students achieving a grade of 'C' may experience academic difficulty

MONEY AND BANKING 3 CREDITS

A general survey of the economics of money and banking covering the evolution, in ACG 2071, Managerial Accounting. A grade of less than 'C' is not transferable to nature and functions of money; the nature of banking and its regulation; monetary upper division. Prerequisite: ACG 2001.

standards; structure and functions of the Federal Reserve System; monetary policy,

BUS 421 BUSINESS POLICY & STRATEGY 3 CREDITS

This test examines how top management determines the direction of a firm by utilizing the strategy process. Topics include: the meaning and implications of strategy; those monetary theory and the price level; and the role of banking and money in international finance. Prerequisite(s) : ECO2013 responsible for the strategy process (strategists); an overview of the internal and external forces that impact the strategy process; methods and importance of strategic formulation; and implementation and evaluation.

FIN 325 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE 3 CREDITS

The course is an introduction to operation finance, including theories of financial management, key decision models (Formulas and equations) and risk and investment analysis.

BUSX 360 LABOR RELATIONS 3 CREDITS

The Excelsior College Examination in Labor Relations measures knowledge and understanding of material typically taught in a one-semester survey course usually taken in the junior or senior year of a business, industrial relations or economics program. Examination content is drawn from that commonly included in courses with such titles as Labor Relations, Labor management Relations, industrial and labor relations, or Collective Bargaining. The examination tests for knowledge of facts and terminology, an understanding of basic concepts and the ability to this apply knowledge and understanding. Material is primarily focused on U.S.labor relations.

The Labor Relations examination is one of three examinations in management of human resources offered by Excelsior College. The other two examinations in this area

FIN1100 PERSONAL FINANCE 3 CREDITS

This course provides a survey of the areas of personal economic problems with which all individuals must contend. Course content guides each person towards receiving favorable results in the following areas: buying on credit, borrowing money, using bank services, and investing savings; selecting from various types of insurance coverage; home ownership vs. renting; obtaining investment information, investing in stocks and bonds; income taxes; Social Security; Medicare, retirement planning and annuities; and estate planning, wills, and trusts. Meets

Area 5 A.A degree general education requirements.

FIN 2050 FINANCE OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE 3 CREDITS

This course provides a general survey of international trade. Topic studied include transportation modes, cargo insurance and the various special terms of sale used in overseas transactions. Also covered are import / export documentation and procedures; documentary credits, international payments and collections; bank financing sources for international trade and alternative financing techniques.

MAN 2021 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course covers fundamental management principles and concepts. Emphasis is placed on the Management functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. Principles of scientific management, motivation, and economic analysis are studied relative to their use in business decisions.

GEB 1011 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3 CREDITS

This course provides a basic study of business activity and how it relates to our economic society. Topics covered include how businesses are owned, organized and controlled. Course content emphasizes business vocabulary, areas of business specialization and career opportunities.

MAN 2604 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 3 CREDITS

A basic course in international business theory and practice focusing on the challenges of managing the operations of an international business in diverse legal, political, economic, and cultural environments. Emphasis is placed on strategic planning and decision-making for the international operations of domestic, foreign and multinational corporations.

GEB 2112

issues.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3 CREDITS

This course presents a modern treatment of business. It explores start -up/buy-out, franchising, business plans, marketing plans, human resources, financial planning, legal forms, products/services, selling, advertising, management policies, accounting systems, tax issues, capital management, computers, risk management, and ethical

GEB 2955 INTERNATIONAL CURRENT BUSINESS 3 CREDITS

PRACTICE

Upon successful completion of this course, students should have a broad conceptual view point of international business activity in areas such as finance, marketing, production and manufacturing. This course covers the nature and purpose of business between nations as well as the concepts of the multinational corporation and its importance in the world marketplace . Business concepts of other nations are studied through actual visits to foreign business enterprises. Emphasis is given to the differences in business policies between countries and their relationship to business activity.

MAR1011 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3 CREDITS

An introductory course covering the management marketing process. Special topics include the marketing manager's role in a market directed economy, marketing objectives, strategic planning and developing marketing mixes for targeting market.

Material is presented as it relates to the “P's” marketing. As a learning activity, students analyze and prepare case studies of businesses engaged in manufacturing, wholesaling, retailing and service.

MKA 1511

organization.

ADVERTISING 3 CREDITS

This course introduces the use of promotional strategy and marketing communications in achieving marketing objectives. It focuses on how product features/benefits can be translated into promotional appeals that will influence customer purchasing behaviour.

Topics include promotional objectives, product positioning, selecting media, creative analyses, budgeting and measuring promotional effectiveness. As a learning activity. students prepare a promotional program for a product, business, or not-for-profit

INP1301 HUMAN RELATIONS IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 3 CREDITS

Introductory course to the study of human behavior emphasizing its practical applications in business and industry. It introduces the student to personal and social adjustment mechanisms as a means of understanding the behavior of one's self and of other. Also introduces the student to current psychological applications in the field of testing, advertising, selling, market research, morale, personnel work, employee selections and training and supervisory practices.

MAR2141 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 3 CREDITS

This course examines basic marketing principles related to business in an international setting. Emphasis is placed on the role of the international marketing manager in the development of marketing strategies for a variety of markets in diverse cultural and economic situations. Topics covered include the decision-making process in the area of foreign market analysis, target market identification, product planning, promotion, and channels of distribution.

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MKA1021 SALESMANSHIP 3 CREDITS

Through a combination of principles and techniques, this course identifies the why, what, how and when of selling. Students develop skills in prospecting, opening the sale, presenting customer benefits, overcoming objections, and closing the sale.

Students will prepare an oral presentation based on the DECA Sales Representative contest.

MAN3310 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course introduces the full range of human resource management functional areas, including recruiting and hiring staff, performance evaluations, employment regulations, discipline and termination, downsizing, compensation and benefits, job analysis, the organized labor setting, equity/diversity issues, and policy design.

The approach will focus on current issues and applications.

MKA2042 RETAILING 3 CREDITS

This course provides an introduction to the management functions unique to retail store operations. Special topics include department store organization, shrinkage prevention, store location and layout, shopping centers, and merchandising. Upon successful completion of this course, students shall be able to demonstrate competencies needed in retailing positions at the mid-management and owner- management level.

MAN4504 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course teaches the operational decision- making management techniques to improve the processes and productivity in organizations. Topics discussed are quality and outcomes; efficiency; forecasting; work flow processes; inventory control; design of goods and services; waiting lines; and critical path. Managing a project from beginning to end, including how to identify needs, and define, assign, and track items, is addressed.

MNA 1161 INTRODUCTION TO CUSTOMER SERVICE 3 CREDITS

This course provides the student with the basic concepts and current trends in the customer service industry, Through actual case studies, the students analyze organizations which have implemented successful customer service strategies.

MAN4120 LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES AND SUPERVISION 3 CREDITS

This course teaches the application of leadership theories, which include skill formation to develop leadership abilities. Team building skills are emphasized and discussed to enhance leadership effectiveness. Students learn the importance of visioning in their organizations.

MNA 2345 PRINCIPLES OF SUPERVISION 3 CREDITS

This course covers fundamental supervision principles and techniques. It emphasizes the role supervision in business organizations through the proper handling of human relations with employees, other supervisors and higher management. Issues include employee morale, absenteeism, motivation, and related behavioral topics.

MAN3240 APPLIED ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 3 CREDITS

This course teaches students individual and group behavior in organizations. Students develop an understanding of how organizations can be managed more effectively.

Course content includes motivation, group dynamics, conflict resolution, goal setting and rewards, job design, work stress, power/politics, and organizational change and development.

MAN3303 MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP 3 CREDITS

This course teaches students the basic concepts, principles, and techniques of business leadership. Emphasis is on developing a solid leadership foundation while centering in the real themes, demands, and opportunities of an evolving and dynamic business workplace. The course incorporates basic leadership skill development as it relates to the core aspects of management practice.

MAN4120 QUANTITATIVE METHODS 3 CREDITS

This course applies quantitative methods to business problems with emphasis on learning to select the appropriate problem solving method, applying the chosen method, and interpreting the solution. The use of quantitative methods in managerial decision making is a continuous focus of this course. Management problems are used and written managerial recommendations are required.

FIN3400

This is an introductory course in managerial finance in which the student should attain a clear, basic understanding of the fundamentals of finance and their associations to the decision-making framework faced by a financial manager. Topics include time value of money risk and rates of return, asset valuation, financial planning and forecasting, working capital management and international financial management.

MAN4320

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

This course emphasizes developing, implementing, and evaluating activities and programs that address employee training and development, performance appraisal, and talent and performance of management to ensure that the knowledge and skills, abilities, and performance of the workforce meet current and future organizational and individual needs

MAN4330 COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS 3 CREDITS

This course emphasizes developing, implementing/administering, and evaluating compensation and benefit programs for all employee groups in order to support the organizations goals, objectives and values.

ACG2110 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II 3 CREDITS

As the second course of the series, this course continues an in-depth study of financial statements and underlying records. The elements that comprise the equity side of the balance sheet are emphasized with additional attention given to special problems in income determination and financial reporting.

CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES

CIS1510C PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course examines the organization, planning, and controlling of projects and provides practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule and resources.

Topics include project life cycle, work breakdown structure and Gantt charts, network diagrams, scheduling techniques, and resource allocation decisions. Concepts are applied through team projects and tutorials using project management software.

BOT 2010 GENERAL BOTANY 3 CREDITS

Course designed to treat entire plant kingdom with emphasis on structure, function, and genetics of flowering plants. Fundamental cell and tissue structure of both vascular and non vascular plants are studied. Associated physiological and chemical effects as related to function are emphasized.

GEB3213 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 3 CREDITS

This course focuses on techniques to improve writing skills. The course will use a workshop format that relies on writing assignments, discussions, and classroom activities. An emphasis on global business writing will be included.

BOT 2010L GENERAL BOTANY LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiments and field trips to accompany BOT2010. Dissection exercises included. Corequisite : BOT2010. One Two hour period weekly. Meets area 4C general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

MAR3802 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course helps develop the marketing knowledge and skills necessary for the successful manager to address the intermediate marketing issues surrounding the complex demand management problem all organizations face. Students will understand the marketing concepts, including the development of a marketing plan including objectives, strategies and tactics.

BSC 1010C INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY I 4 CREDITS

This course is the first of a 2 semester sequence introducing science majors to biological principles, including Cell Structure and Function, Cell Reproduction, Biochemistry and

Cell Metabolism, Classical and Molecular Genetics, and Genetic Engineering,

Laboratory exercises complement Lecture topics. Dissection exercises included.

Special fee charged. Co or Prerequisite: CHM 1040 or CHM 1045 with a grade of “C” or higher. Meets Area 4A general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets

Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for A.A.S./A.S. degree.

MAR3231 RETAIL MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

In this course we explore the management functions unique to retail store operations.

This course will familiarize students with decisions involved in running a retail firm and the concepts and principles for making those decisions. Emphasis is placed on principles of the retail environment, operations and administration.

ACG2100 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I 3 CREDITS

This course provides a systematic and in-depth study of the financial statements and underlying records. Special attention is given to the elements composing working capital, investments, and plants assets

BSC 1010C INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY I 4 CREDITS

This course is the first of a two-semester sequence introducing Science majors to biological principles including Cell Structure and Function, Cell reproduction,

Biochemistry and Cell Metabolism, Classical and Molecular Genetics, and Genetic

Engineering. Laboratory exercises complement lecture topics. Dissection exercises included. 3 hours Lecturer, 3 hours Laboratory per week. Special fee charged. Meets

Area 4A general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for A.S. degree.

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MKA1021 SALESMANSHIP 3 CREDITS

Through a combination of principles and techniques, this course identifies the why, what, how and when of selling. Students develop skills in prospecting, opening the sale, presenting customer benefits, overcoming objections, and closing the sale.

Students will prepare an oral presentation based on the DECA Sales Representative contest.

MAN3310 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course introduces the full range of human resource management functional areas, including recruiting and hiring staff, performance evaluations, employment regulations, discipline and termination, downsizing, compensation and benefits, job analysis, the organized labor setting, equity/diversity issues, and policy design.

The approach will focus on current issues and applications.

MKA2042 RETAILING 3 CREDITS

This course provides an introduction to the management functions unique to retail store operations. Special topics include department store organization, shrinkage prevention, store location and layout, shopping centers, and merchandising. Upon successful completion of this course, students shall be able to demonstrate competencies needed in retailing positions at the mid-management and owner- management level.

MAN4504 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course teaches the operational decision- making management techniques to improve the processes and productivity in organizations. Topics discussed are quality and outcomes; efficiency; forecasting; work flow processes; inventory control; design of goods and services; waiting lines; and critical path. Managing a project from beginning to end, including how to identify needs, and define, assign, and track items, is addressed.

MNA 1161 INTRODUCTION TO CUSTOMER SERVICE 3 CREDITS

This course provides the student with the basic concepts and current trends in the customer service industry, Through actual case studies, the students analyze organizations which have implemented successful customer service strategies.

MAN4120 LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES AND SUPERVISION 3 CREDITS

This course teaches the application of leadership theories, which include skill formation to develop leadership abilities. Team building skills are emphasized and discussed to enhance leadership effectiveness. Students learn the importance of visioning in their organizations.

MNA 2345 PRINCIPLES OF SUPERVISION 3 CREDITS

This course covers fundamental supervision principles and techniques. It emphasizes the role supervision in business organizations through the proper handling of human relations with employees, other supervisors and higher management. Issues include employee morale, absenteeism, motivation, and related behavioral topics.

MAN3240 APPLIED ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 3 CREDITS

This course teaches students individual and group behavior in organizations. Students develop an understanding of how organizations can be managed more effectively.

Course content includes motivation, group dynamics, conflict resolution, goal setting and rewards, job design, work stress, power/politics, and organizational change and development.

MAN3303 MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP 3 CREDITS

This course teaches students the basic concepts, principles, and techniques of business leadership. Emphasis is on developing a solid leadership foundation while centering in the real themes, demands, and opportunities of an evolving and dynamic business workplace. The course incorporates basic leadership skill development as it relates to the core aspects of management practice.

MAN4120 QUANTITATIVE METHODS 3 CREDITS

This course applies quantitative methods to business problems with emphasis on learning to select the appropriate problem solving method, applying the chosen method, and interpreting the solution. The use of quantitative methods in managerial decision making is a continuous focus of this course. Management problems are used and written managerial recommendations are required.

FIN3400

This is an introductory course in managerial finance in which the student should attain a clear, basic understanding of the fundamentals of finance and their associations to the decision-making framework faced by a financial manager. Topics include time value of money risk and rates of return, asset valuation, financial planning and forecasting, working capital management and international financial management.

MAN4320

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

This course emphasizes developing, implementing, and evaluating activities and programs that address employee training and development, performance appraisal, and talent and performance of management to ensure that the knowledge and skills, abilities, and performance of the workforce meet current and future organizational and individual needs

MAN4330 COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS 3 CREDITS

This course emphasizes developing, implementing/administering, and evaluating compensation and benefit programs for all employee groups in order to support the organizations goals, objectives and values.

ACG2110 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II 3 CREDITS

As the second course of the series, this course continues an in-depth study of financial statements and underlying records. The elements that comprise the equity side of the balance sheet are emphasized with additional attention given to special problems in income determination and financial reporting.

CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES

CIS1510C PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course examines the organization, planning, and controlling of projects and provides practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule and resources.

Topics include project life cycle, work breakdown structure and Gantt charts, network diagrams, scheduling techniques, and resource allocation decisions. Concepts are applied through team projects and tutorials using project management software.

BOT 2010 GENERAL BOTANY 3 CREDITS

Course designed to treat entire plant kingdom with emphasis on structure, function, and genetics of flowering plants. Fundamental cell and tissue structure of both vascular and non vascular plants are studied. Associated physiological and chemical effects as related to function are emphasized.

GEB3213 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 3 CREDITS

This course focuses on techniques to improve writing skills. The course will use a workshop format that relies on writing assignments, discussions, and classroom activities. An emphasis on global business writing will be included.

BOT 2010L GENERAL BOTANY LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiments and field trips to accompany BOT2010. Dissection exercises included. Corequisite : BOT2010. One Two hour period weekly. Meets area 4C general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

MAR3802 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course helps develop the marketing knowledge and skills necessary for the successful manager to address the intermediate marketing issues surrounding the complex demand management problem all organizations face. Students will understand the marketing concepts, including the development of a marketing plan including objectives, strategies and tactics.

BSC 1010C INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY I 4 CREDITS

This course is the first of a 2 semester sequence introducing science majors to biological principles, including Cell Structure and Function, Cell Reproduction, Biochemistry and

Cell Metabolism, Classical and Molecular Genetics, and Genetic Engineering,

Laboratory exercises complement Lecture topics. Dissection exercises included.

Special fee charged. Co or Prerequisite: CHM 1040 or CHM 1045 with a grade of “C” or higher. Meets Area 4A general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets

Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for A.A.S./A.S. degree.

MAR3231 RETAIL MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

In this course we explore the management functions unique to retail store operations.

This course will familiarize students with decisions involved in running a retail firm and the concepts and principles for making those decisions. Emphasis is placed on principles of the retail environment, operations and administration.

ACG2100 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I 3 CREDITS

This course provides a systematic and in-depth study of the financial statements and underlying records. Special attention is given to the elements composing working capital, investments, and plants assets

BSC 1010C INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY I 4 CREDITS

This course is the first of a two-semester sequence introducing Science majors to biological principles including Cell Structure and Function, Cell reproduction,

Biochemistry and Cell Metabolism, Classical and Molecular Genetics, and Genetic

Engineering. Laboratory exercises complement lecture topics. Dissection exercises included. 3 hours Lecturer, 3 hours Laboratory per week. Special fee charged. Meets

Area 4A general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for A.S. degree.

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BSC 1011C INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY II 4 CREDITS

This course is the second of a two semester sequence introducing Science majors to

Biological principles including a study of the Five kingdoms, Evolution and population

Dynamics, and Ecology. Laboratory exercises complement Lecture topics. Dissection exercises included 3 hours Meets Areas 4A general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

BSC 1005

Degree.

GENERAL BIOLOGY 4 CREDITS

Course designed to give students an understanding of principles of Biology, while focusing on the nature and activities of living organism. Course primarily for nonscience majors. Meets Areas as 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A. S.

CHM 1045L GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LAB

Laboratory experiments to accompany CHM 1045. Lab hours 32

CHM 1046 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II

1 CREDIT

3 CREDITS

Final course in the two semester sequence. CHM1045, and CHM1046. This sequence includes two labs; CHM1045L to be taken concurrently with CHM1045 and CHM1046L be taken with CHM1046. Topics covered include oxidation reduction, chemical and ionic equilibrium, kinetics, electrochemistry, coordination chemistry, thermodynamics, nuclear chemistry, an introduction to organic chemistry and highlights of descriptive chemistry of meals. Meets Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

BSC 1005L GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 CREDIT

Two hours of lab weekly which may be taken concurrently with BSC1005. For students planning to transfer where lab is required for science credit. Dissection exercises included. Meets Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.A. degree.

CHM 1046L GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiments to accompany CHM1046 orCHM1046E Prerequisite:

CHM1041 or CHM1045 and CHM1045L with the grade of “C” or higher. Core requisite:

CHM1046 or CHM1046E. Special fee charged. Meets Area 4C general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

BSC 1085 HUMAN AN ATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I 3 CREDITS

A survey of the structure, function, and chemistry of the human body considering the following topics; body organization, the cell, tissues, membranes, glands, the integumentary System, the Skeletal System, the Muscular System, the Nervous

System, and the special sences. 3hrs Lec. per week. Meets Ares 4A general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

BSC 1085L

HUMAN AN ATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory exercises coordinated with BSC1085 including microscope observation. experimentation, study of anatomical models, and dissection. Dissection exercises included. Meets Area 4C general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

HLP1081 TOTAL WELLNESS 2 CREDITS

A course primarily designed and organized for students to optimize their wellness in each of the following interrelated dimensions: Physical Wellness, Intellectual

Wellness, Emotional Wellness, Spiritual Wellness, Interpersonal/Social Wellness and

Environmental/Planetary Wellness. Students will identify how to apply this information to lead healthy lives that contribute to the wellness of the community and environment.

CHM 1045 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 3 CREDITS

First course in a 2 term sequence, CHM 1045 and CHM 1046. This sequence includes 2

Labs. CHM 1045L to be taken concurrently with CHM 1045. Topics covered include chemical measurements, stoichiometry, atomic structure, periodic table, chemical bonding, inorganic compounds, nomenclature and formula writing, gases, liquids, solids, solutions, acid base chemistry and ionic reactions and descriptive chemistry of non-obtained departmental approval.

PSC 1121 PHYSICAL SCIENCE SURVEY 3 CREDITS

A survey of physical science for the non-science major. An integrated approach is used to introduce topics in astronomy, chemistry, geology, meteorology and physics. Pre requisite: MAT0024 or higher level mathematics course. Meets area 4B general education requirements for the A.A degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S degree.

PHY2048 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I

and wave motion using analysis in calculus.

4 CREDITS

PHY 2048 is part one of a comprehensive course in physics outlining mechanics, heat,

PHY2048L GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I LAB 1 CREDIT

PHY2048L is a laboratory which allows students to able to collect and analyze data in a variety of experiments covering topics covered in its companion course PHY2048.

Students will create experiment reports using analysis in calculus.

wave motion and sound using analysis in calculus. Pre or Corequisite(s) : MAC2312

PHY2048L Lec Hrs = 64 Lab Hrs = 0 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 0.00

PHY2049 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II 1 CREDIT

PHY2049 is part two of a comprehensive physics course outlining electricity, magnetism and optics using analysis in calculus.

PHY2048L GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I

PHY 2048L is a laboratory which allows students to able to collect and analyze data in a variety of experiments covering topics covered in its companion course PHY 2048.

Students will create experiment reports using analysis in calculus. Pre or

Corequisite(s) : PHY2048 Lec Hrs = 0 Lab Hrs = 32 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 10.00

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PHY2049L GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II LAB 1 CREDIT

A series of physics laboratory experiments chosen to coincide with the lecture course

PHY2049. The course will include topics in electricity, magnetism, and optics. One 2hour class meeting per week. A laboratory fee is charged.

PHY2049 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II

PHY 2049 is part two of a comprehensive physics course outlining electricity, magnetism and optics using analysis in calculus. Prerequisite(s) : PHY2048 Pre or

Corequisite(s) : MAC2313 PHY2049L Lec Hrs = 64 Lab Hrs = 0 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 0.00

PHY 2053 GENERAL PHYSICS I 3 CREDITS

A general Physics course employing Algebra and Trigonometry to quantitative aspects of mechanics, properties of matter, heat and sound. Prerequisite MAC 1114 and MAC

1140 with a grade of 'C' or higher. Co- requisite PHY 2053L.Meets Areas 4C general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.A.S./A.S. degree. Prerequisite: PHY 2053L with a grade of 'C' or higher. Co requisite: PHY 2054. Lab hours 32

PHY2049L GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II

A continuation of laboratory experiences chosen to coincide with the topics of electricity, magnetism, optics. One 2-hour period per week. Special fee charged.

Placement by Testing Department or Prerequisite(s) : PHY2048 PHY2048L Pre or

Corequisite(s) : PHY2049 Lec Hrs = 0 Lab Hrs = 32 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 24.00

PHY 2053L GENERAL PHYSICS I LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiences designed to accompany the topics under study in PHY 2054.

One two hour period per week. Meets Areas 4C general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the

A.A.S./A.S. degree. Prerequisite: PHY 2053L with a grade of 'C' or higher. Co requisite:

PHY 2054. Special fee charged.

PHY 2054L GENERAL PHYSICS II LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiences designed to accompany the topics under study in PHY2054.

One two hour period per week. Meets Area 4C general education requirements for the

A.A. degree. Special fee charge.

ZOO 2010 GENERAL ZOOLOGY 3 CREDITS

Basic Course pertaining to the development, anatomy, physiology, genetics, ecology and natural relationships of the animal kingdom.

PHY 2054 GENERAL PHYSICS II 3 CREDITS

The second part of a two term physics course employing algebra and trigonometry.

Topics covered during this term are electricity and magnetism, optics, and special relativity and quantum theory. Three hours weekly. Meets Area 4B general education requirements for education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Area4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

ZOO 2010L GENERAL ZOOLOGY LAB

COMPUTER SCIENCE

1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiments and activities to accompany ZOO 2010. Dissection of animals is a component of this course. Lab hours 32.

PHY2048 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I

PHY 2048 is part one of a comprehensive course in physics outlining mechanics, heat,

CGS 1555C INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET 3 CREDITS

This course will provide students with an introduction to the Internet including the

World-Wide Web, a world-wide network of information that resides on the Internet.

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BSC 1011C INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY II 4 CREDITS

This course is the second of a two semester sequence introducing Science majors to

Biological principles including a study of the Five kingdoms, Evolution and population

Dynamics, and Ecology. Laboratory exercises complement Lecture topics. Dissection exercises included 3 hours Meets Areas 4A general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

BSC 1005 GENERAL BIOLOGY 4 CREDITS

Course designed to give students an understanding of principles of Biology, while focusing on the nature and activities of living organism. Course primarily for nonscience majors. Meets Areas as 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A. S.

Degree.

CHM 1045L GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LAB

Laboratory experiments to accompany CHM 1045. Lab hours 32

1 CREDIT

CHM 1046 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II 3 CREDITS

Final course in the two semester sequence. CHM1045, and CHM1046. This sequence includes two labs; CHM1045L to be taken concurrently with CHM1045 and CHM1046L be taken with CHM1046. Topics covered include oxidation reduction, chemical and ionic equilibrium, kinetics, electrochemistry, coordination chemistry, thermodynamics, nuclear chemistry, an introduction to organic chemistry and highlights of descriptive chemistry of meals. Meets Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

BSC 1005L GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 CREDIT

Two hours of lab weekly which may be taken concurrently with BSC1005. For students planning to transfer where lab is required for science credit. Dissection exercises included. Meets Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.A. degree.

CHM 1046L GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiments to accompany CHM1046 orCHM1046E Prerequisite:

CHM1041 or CHM1045 and CHM1045L with the grade of “C” or higher. Core requisite:

CHM1046 or CHM1046E. Special fee charged. Meets Area 4C general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Area 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

BSC 1085 HUMAN AN ATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I 3 CREDITS

A survey of the structure, function, and chemistry of the human body considering the following topics; body organization, the cell, tissues, membranes, glands, the integumentary System, the Skeletal System, the Muscular System, the Nervous

System, and the special sences. 3hrs Lec. per week. Meets Ares 4A general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

BSC 1085L

HUMAN AN ATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory exercises coordinated with BSC1085 including microscope observation. experimentation, study of anatomical models, and dissection. Dissection exercises included. Meets Area 4C general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

CHM 1045 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 3 CREDITS

First course in a 2 term sequence, CHM 1045 and CHM 1046. This sequence includes 2

Labs. CHM 1045L to be taken concurrently with CHM 1045. Topics covered include chemical measurements, stoichiometry, atomic structure, periodic table, chemical bonding, inorganic compounds, nomenclature and formula writing, gases, liquids, solids, solutions, acid base chemistry and ionic reactions and descriptive chemistry of non-obtained departmental approval.

HLP1081 TOTAL WELLNESS 2 CREDITS

A course primarily designed and organized for students to optimize their wellness in each of the following interrelated dimensions: Physical Wellness, Intellectual

Wellness, Emotional Wellness, Spiritual Wellness, Interpersonal/Social Wellness and

Environmental/Planetary Wellness. Students will identify how to apply this information to lead healthy lives that contribute to the wellness of the community and environment.

PSC 1121 PHYSICAL SCIENCE SURVEY 3 CREDITS

A survey of physical science for the non-science major. An integrated approach is used to introduce topics in astronomy, chemistry, geology, meteorology and physics. Pre requisite: MAT0024 or higher level mathematics course. Meets area 4B general education requirements for the A.A degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S degree.

PHY2048 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I

and wave motion using analysis in calculus.

4 CREDITS

PHY 2048 is part one of a comprehensive course in physics outlining mechanics, heat,

PHY2048L GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I LAB 1 CREDIT

PHY2048L is a laboratory which allows students to able to collect and analyze data in a variety of experiments covering topics covered in its companion course PHY2048.

Students will create experiment reports using analysis in calculus.

wave motion and sound using analysis in calculus. Pre or Corequisite(s) : MAC2312

PHY2048L Lec Hrs = 64 Lab Hrs = 0 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 0.00

PHY2049 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II 1 CREDIT

PHY2049 is part two of a comprehensive physics course outlining electricity, magnetism and optics using analysis in calculus.

PHY2048L GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I

PHY 2048L is a laboratory which allows students to able to collect and analyze data in a variety of experiments covering topics covered in its companion course PHY 2048.

Students will create experiment reports using analysis in calculus. Pre or

Corequisite(s) : PHY2048 Lec Hrs = 0 Lab Hrs = 32 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 10.00

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PHY2049L GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II LAB 1 CREDIT

A series of physics laboratory experiments chosen to coincide with the lecture course

PHY2049. The course will include topics in electricity, magnetism, and optics. One 2hour class meeting per week. A laboratory fee is charged.

PHY2049 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II

PHY 2049 is part two of a comprehensive physics course outlining electricity, magnetism and optics using analysis in calculus. Prerequisite(s) : PHY2048 Pre or

Corequisite(s) : MAC2313 PHY2049L Lec Hrs = 64 Lab Hrs = 0 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 0.00

PHY 2053 GENERAL PHYSICS I 3 CREDITS

A general Physics course employing Algebra and Trigonometry to quantitative aspects of mechanics, properties of matter, heat and sound. Prerequisite MAC 1114 and MAC

1140 with a grade of 'C' or higher. Co- requisite PHY 2053L.Meets Areas 4C general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.A.S./A.S. degree. Prerequisite: PHY 2053L with a grade of 'C' or higher. Co requisite: PHY 2054. Lab hours 32

PHY2049L GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II

A continuation of laboratory experiences chosen to coincide with the topics of electricity, magnetism, optics. One 2-hour period per week. Special fee charged.

Placement by Testing Department or Prerequisite(s) : PHY2048 PHY2048L Pre or

Corequisite(s) : PHY2049 Lec Hrs = 0 Lab Hrs = 32 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 24.00

PHY 2053L GENERAL PHYSICS I LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiences designed to accompany the topics under study in PHY 2054.

One two hour period per week. Meets Areas 4C general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 4 or 5 general education requirements for the

A.A.S./A.S. degree. Prerequisite: PHY 2053L with a grade of 'C' or higher. Co requisite:

PHY 2054. Special fee charged.

PHY 2054L GENERAL PHYSICS II LAB 1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiences designed to accompany the topics under study in PHY2054.

One two hour period per week. Meets Area 4C general education requirements for the

A.A. degree. Special fee charge.

ZOO 2010 GENERAL ZOOLOGY 3 CREDITS

Basic Course pertaining to the development, anatomy, physiology, genetics, ecology and natural relationships of the animal kingdom.

PHY 2054 GENERAL PHYSICS II 3 CREDITS

The second part of a two term physics course employing algebra and trigonometry.

Topics covered during this term are electricity and magnetism, optics, and special relativity and quantum theory. Three hours weekly. Meets Area 4B general education requirements for education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Area4 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

ZOO 2010L GENERAL ZOOLOGY LAB

COMPUTER SCIENCE

1 CREDIT

Laboratory experiments and activities to accompany ZOO 2010. Dissection of animals is a component of this course. Lab hours 32.

PHY2048 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I

PHY 2048 is part one of a comprehensive course in physics outlining mechanics, heat,

CGS 1555C INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET 3 CREDITS

This course will provide students with an introduction to the Internet including the

World-Wide Web, a world-wide network of information that resides on the Internet.

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The Web contains a wealth of information including text, graphics, audio, and video and a wide variety of services such as on-line libraries, catalogs, shopping, games and various other important resources. model, be able to describe the features and functions of network components, and have the skills needed to install, configure, and troubleshoot basic networking hardware peripherals and protocols. The skills and knowledge developed by students in this course will help prepare them for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam.

CGS1060C COMPUTER AND INTERNET LITERACY 3 CREDITS

This is an introductory course in basic computer and internet use. It covers computer hardware and software fundamentals (including the use of Windows), key productivity applications (including word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation systems), and living in an online world (including network fundamentals, e-mails, and the effective use of the Internet as a communication tool and information resource). Students will develop basic computer skills to aid them with college studies and workforce readiness.

Hands-on use of a personal computer is required.

CGS 1540C DATABASE MANAGEMENT

accessible and accurate manner. Emphasis is placed on the use of microcomputer database management software for common business applications.

3 CREDITS

This course is an introduction to database management. Using appropriate database software, students will learn to maintain and manipulate data in an organized,

CGS2100C COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 CREDITS

This is an intermediate-level course in computer applications software. Students will gain knowledge and experience in the use and capabilities of word-processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation graphics applications. Through case studies, students will learn to develop comprehensive solutions to various types of problems.

Integration between applications will be emphasized. Prerequisite(s) : CGS1060C

CDA 1302C PC SUPPORT & SERVICE - HARDWARE 3 CREDITS

This course provides you with the hands-on experience and knowledge to properly install, configure, upgrade, troubleshoot, and repair microcomputers. This includes desktop and portable systems, printers, and basic networking. Students will also learn common safety and preventative maintenance procedures, as well as effective behaviors that contribute to customer satisfaction. The skills developed by students who complete this course will prepare them for the A+ Core Hardware certification exam.

CGS 1061C COMPUTER CONCEPTS 3 CREDITS

This course presents an overview of the fundamentals and capabilities of the computer.

Students will become familiar with computer concepts, will be introduced to operating systems and operating environments, and will gain a basic understanding of microcomputer applications. This course will satisfy the computer competency requirements for the A.A. degree. It will also fulfill the computer requirement for some

A.S. degrees. Students should check the appropriate A.S. degree program sheet for specific course requirements. Various lab activities are conducted throughout this course.

CDA 1403C A+ OPERATING SYSTEMS 3 CREDITS

This course provides students with an understanding of the Command Line, Windows

9X, and Windows 2000 for installing, configuring, upgrading, troubleshooting, and repairing microcomputer systems. The skills developed by students who complete this course will prepare them for the A+ Operating Systems certification exam.

COP 1000C

This course provides the beginning programming student with the techniques necessary to write well-documented, structured computer programs. This course is intended to emphasis the planning process using examples involving sequence, selection, and iteration. The course is designed to promote good programming practices for further study of other programming languages. Lecture hours - 48

COP 1170C

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING IN BASIC

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

This course provides a study of programming utilizing the BASIC language. Emphasis is placed on the development of computer problem - solving skills and structured programming techniques in business, engineering, mathematics, science, and other related fields. Lectures and discussions are supplemented by assigned laboratory work in which microcomputers or mainframes are utilized. Lecture hours - 48

CEN1509C NETWORK + 3 CREDITS

After successfully completing this course, students will understand the layers of the OSI

COP 1334C INTRODUCTION TO C++ 3 CREDITS

This course provides an introduction to computer program design and development using the C++ language. A structured, multi-phase, program development process featuring a series of steps involving problem definition, top-down design, and formal program specification is stressed. The course is intended to provide the novice programming student with the techniques needed to develop well-documented, structured computer programs. Students who do not posses computer programming experience are strongly encourage to complete COP 1000 C (Introduction to

Computer Programming) before attempting this course. Lecture hours - 48 been an increasing awareness within business and academic circles that certain nations have evolved into information societies. These countries now rely heavily on knowledge and information services to stimulate economic growth. No industry has contributed to this trend and shows more potential for further development than telecommunications. This is particularly true in recent years following the breakup of

AT & T, the trend toward global markets and deregulation, and the impact of the

Internet. There are more service providers, products, and potential opportunities than ever.

COP 1170C VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING 3 CREDITS

This course teaches how to create Visual Basic based programs. Students write programs that access databases, use OLE to integrate applications, and act as an OLE

Server and as an add - in. This class assumes a working knowledge of Basic

Programming. Lecture hours - 48

CIS*320 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE 3 CREDITS

This course covers the design and organization of a computer's processor, instruction set and memory. It also includes Assembly language and interrupts and I/O devices as well as caching and pip lining

COP 2800 PROGRAMMING IN JAVA 3 CREDITS

This course introduces the Java Programming Language using the Microsoft Visual J++ development environment, Students will focus on object-oriented programming techniques to create Java applications for enhancing web pages. Lecture hours - 48

CGS1540C

This course is an introduction to database management. Using appropriate database software, students will learn to maintain and manipulate data in an organized, accessible and accurate manner, Emphasis is placed on the use of microcomputer database management software for common business applications. Lecture hours -

48

CIS*370 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 3 CREDITS

This course examines the technology and impact of the design of database systems on the organization. It provides the student with a thorough understanding of the application, design, and implementation of database systems by enforcing in the student the ability to contribute effectively to information systems development.

Topics include an introduction to basic database concepts, database design principles including E-R diagrams and database normalization, SQL queries, transaction management, distributed databases, data warehousing, and database administration. The focus of the course is on the relational model. The course includes a significant hands-on component in which students design and implement a database application.

CIS*350

DATABASE MANAGEMENT

BUSINESS DATA COMMUNICATIONS

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

This course is intended to provide an understanding of the current theory and practice of Business Data Communications and Networks. During the past decade, there has

CIS*390 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course enhances the student's ability to function in a project leadership role.

While exploring the System development life cycle (SDLC) and project life cycle, students gain experience in budget and timeline management. Project management software is used to design project schedules, using methods such as bar charts, program evaluation and review technique (PERT) , and critical path method (CPM) to produce project plans to apply to the solution of case studies.

CIS*380

In this course, we will take an in-depth look at operating system security concepts and techniques. We will examine theoretical concepts that make the world of security unique. Also, this course will adopt a practical hands-on approach when examining operating system techniques. Along with examining different security strategies, the course will explore the advancement of security implementation as well as times problem solving strategies.

CIS*360

OVERVIEW OF SECURITY

OPERATING SYSTEMS

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

This course is an introduction to what makes up a digital Computer Operating System and provides students an understanding of the basic components and structure of a generic operating system, considering in detail processes, process management and synchronization, threads, interrupts and interrupt handling, memory management, virtual memory management, resource allocation, and an introduction to file systems.

Topics in protection and security are also examined.

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The Web contains a wealth of information including text, graphics, audio, and video and a wide variety of services such as on-line libraries, catalogs, shopping, games and various other important resources. model, be able to describe the features and functions of network components, and have the skills needed to install, configure, and troubleshoot basic networking hardware peripherals and protocols. The skills and knowledge developed by students in this course will help prepare them for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam.

CGS1060C COMPUTER AND INTERNET LITERACY 3 CREDITS

This is an introductory course in basic computer and internet use. It covers computer hardware and software fundamentals (including the use of Windows), key productivity applications (including word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation systems), and living in an online world (including network fundamentals, e-mails, and the effective use of the Internet as a communication tool and information resource). Students will develop basic computer skills to aid them with college studies and workforce readiness.

Hands-on use of a personal computer is required.

CGS 1540C DATABASE MANAGEMENT

accessible and accurate manner. Emphasis is placed on the use of microcomputer database management software for common business applications.

3 CREDITS

This course is an introduction to database management. Using appropriate database software, students will learn to maintain and manipulate data in an organized,

CGS2100C COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 CREDITS

This is an intermediate-level course in computer applications software. Students will gain knowledge and experience in the use and capabilities of word-processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation graphics applications. Through case studies, students will learn to develop comprehensive solutions to various types of problems.

Integration between applications will be emphasized. Prerequisite(s) : CGS1060C

CDA 1302C PC SUPPORT & SERVICE - HARDWARE 3 CREDITS

This course provides you with the hands-on experience and knowledge to properly install, configure, upgrade, troubleshoot, and repair microcomputers. This includes desktop and portable systems, printers, and basic networking. Students will also learn common safety and preventative maintenance procedures, as well as effective behaviors that contribute to customer satisfaction. The skills developed by students who complete this course will prepare them for the A+ Core Hardware certification exam.

CGS 1061C COMPUTER CONCEPTS 3 CREDITS

This course presents an overview of the fundamentals and capabilities of the computer.

Students will become familiar with computer concepts, will be introduced to operating systems and operating environments, and will gain a basic understanding of microcomputer applications. This course will satisfy the computer competency requirements for the A.A. degree. It will also fulfill the computer requirement for some

A.S. degrees. Students should check the appropriate A.S. degree program sheet for specific course requirements. Various lab activities are conducted throughout this course.

CDA 1403C A+ OPERATING SYSTEMS 3 CREDITS

This course provides students with an understanding of the Command Line, Windows

9X, and Windows 2000 for installing, configuring, upgrading, troubleshooting, and repairing microcomputer systems. The skills developed by students who complete this course will prepare them for the A+ Operating Systems certification exam.

CEN1509C NETWORK + 3 CREDITS

After successfully completing this course, students will understand the layers of the OSI

COP 1000C INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 3 CREDITS

This course provides the beginning programming student with the techniques necessary to write well-documented, structured computer programs. This course is intended to emphasis the planning process using examples involving sequence, selection, and iteration. The course is designed to promote good programming practices for further study of other programming languages. Lecture hours - 48

COP 1170C PROGRAMMING IN BASIC 3 CREDITS

This course provides a study of programming utilizing the BASIC language. Emphasis is placed on the development of computer problem - solving skills and structured programming techniques in business, engineering, mathematics, science, and other related fields. Lectures and discussions are supplemented by assigned laboratory work in which microcomputers or mainframes are utilized. Lecture hours - 48

COP 1334C INTRODUCTION TO C++ 3 CREDITS

This course provides an introduction to computer program design and development using the C++ language. A structured, multi-phase, program development process featuring a series of steps involving problem definition, top-down design, and formal program specification is stressed. The course is intended to provide the novice programming student with the techniques needed to develop well-documented, structured computer programs. Students who do not posses computer programming experience are strongly encourage to complete COP 1000 C (Introduction to

Computer Programming) before attempting this course. Lecture hours - 48 been an increasing awareness within business and academic circles that certain nations have evolved into information societies. These countries now rely heavily on knowledge and information services to stimulate economic growth. No industry has contributed to this trend and shows more potential for further development than telecommunications. This is particularly true in recent years following the breakup of

AT & T, the trend toward global markets and deregulation, and the impact of the

Internet. There are more service providers, products, and potential opportunities than ever.

COP 1170C VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING 3 CREDITS

This course teaches how to create Visual Basic based programs. Students write programs that access databases, use OLE to integrate applications, and act as an OLE

Server and as an add - in. This class assumes a working knowledge of Basic

Programming. Lecture hours - 48

CIS*320 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE 3 CREDITS

This course covers the design and organization of a computer's processor, instruction set and memory. It also includes Assembly language and interrupts and I/O devices as well as caching and pip lining

COP 2800 PROGRAMMING IN JAVA 3 CREDITS

This course introduces the Java Programming Language using the Microsoft Visual J++ development environment, Students will focus on object-oriented programming techniques to create Java applications for enhancing web pages. Lecture hours - 48

CGS1540C

This course is an introduction to database management. Using appropriate database software, students will learn to maintain and manipulate data in an organized, accessible and accurate manner, Emphasis is placed on the use of microcomputer database management software for common business applications. Lecture hours -

48

CIS*370 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 3 CREDITS

This course examines the technology and impact of the design of database systems on the organization. It provides the student with a thorough understanding of the application, design, and implementation of database systems by enforcing in the student the ability to contribute effectively to information systems development.

Topics include an introduction to basic database concepts, database design principles including E-R diagrams and database normalization, SQL queries, transaction management, distributed databases, data warehousing, and database administration. The focus of the course is on the relational model. The course includes a significant hands-on component in which students design and implement a database application.

CIS*350

DATABASE MANAGEMENT

BUSINESS DATA COMMUNICATIONS

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

This course is intended to provide an understanding of the current theory and practice of Business Data Communications and Networks. During the past decade, there has

CIS*390 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course enhances the student's ability to function in a project leadership role.

While exploring the System development life cycle (SDLC) and project life cycle, students gain experience in budget and timeline management. Project management software is used to design project schedules, using methods such as bar charts, program evaluation and review technique (PERT) , and critical path method (CPM) to produce project plans to apply to the solution of case studies.

CIS*380

In this course, we will take an in-depth look at operating system security concepts and techniques. We will examine theoretical concepts that make the world of security unique. Also, this course will adopt a practical hands-on approach when examining operating system techniques. Along with examining different security strategies, the course will explore the advancement of security implementation as well as times problem solving strategies.

CIS*360

OVERVIEW OF SECURITY

OPERATING SYSTEMS

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

This course is an introduction to what makes up a digital Computer Operating System and provides students an understanding of the basic components and structure of a generic operating system, considering in detail processes, process management and synchronization, threads, interrupts and interrupt handling, memory management, virtual memory management, resource allocation, and an introduction to file systems.

Topics in protection and security are also examined.

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CIS*210 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 3 CREDITS

CIS 210 covers problem solving and algorithm development using the object-oriented programming language Java. Introduction to object-oriented features including encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism will be discussed. The course will also examine the development of process of design, coding, debugging, and documentation, and will focus on techniques of good programming style and sound program construction.

CIS*416 DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS 3 CREDITS

This course covers static data structures (arrays and records), strings and string manipulations, dynamic data strings and pointers (link lists, stacks), searching and sorting, and file strings (sequential, index sequential, direct files). To reinforce student learning, the course utilizes the Java programming language, a student design project, and an active discussion board.

CIS*412 ADVANCED OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 3 CREDITS

This course follows the basic object-oriented course studied in the core. The course covers in depth all the salient features of an object-oriented programming language, including encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism. The language used is Java.

Students study the necessary analysis, design, and testing tools to allow for the successful creation of reliable software applications. Different object-oriented software engineering methodologies are presented, and testing techniques are discussed in a way that will allow them to be used regardless of the development paradigm

CIS*418 SOFTWARE SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3 CREDITS

This course deals with the concepts and techniques of modern systems analysis and design. Information systems are becoming increasingly central to the operation of organizations. At the basis of successful system development is systems analysis and design. This involves methods of analysis for assessing the information needs of an organization and determining how computer systems can provide problem solving help. System design involves specifying in detail how the components of systems should be implemented and should be based on an in-depth understanding of the business problem obtained from systems analysis.

ISM3201C DATABASE MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course applies a relational model approach to logical and physical data structure and data concepts and modeling. Business application problem solving is also included.

ISM4220C

This course will balance the most technical concepts with applied business practice.

Students will learn thorough coverage of the basic features, operations, and limitations of different types of computer networks. Students will also explore the language of computer networks as well as the effects of data communications on business and society. Topics include wireless technologies, industry convergence, compression techniques, network security, LAN technologies, VoIP, error detection and correction, near field communications, firewalls, router security problems, the

Internet of Things, cloud computing, zero-client workstations, and Internet domain names.

CDA4411

NETWORKS & DATA COMMUNICATIONS

SYSTEMS INTEGRATION ARCHITECTURE

configuration, procurement, and management.

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

This course provides the student with a detailed understanding of computer hardware and system software. The material covered in this course is intended to establish a platform of technical knowledge for systems analysis, design,

CIS*418 BUSINESS DATA COMMUNICATION 3 CREDITS

This course is intended to provide an understanding of the current theory and practice of Business Data Communications and Networks. During the past decade, there has been an increasing awareness within business and academic circles that certain nations have evolved into information societies. These countries now rely heavily on knowledge and information services to stimulate economic growth. No industry has contributed to this trend and shows more potential for further development than telecommunications. This is particularly true in recent years following the breakup of

AT&T, the trend toward global markets and deregulation, and the impact of the

Internet. There are more service providers, products, and potential opportunities than ever.

CEN4722 HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION 3 CREDITS

This course will provide the student the necessary elements in understanding and accomplishing the Human Computer Interaction in the area of Information

Technology. The student will learn user centered methodologies in the design, development, evaluation and employment of application and system software.

CIS4361 INFORMATION ASSURANCE & SECURITY 3 CREDITS

The information technology (IT) professional must understand, apply, and manage information assurance and security (IAS) in computing, communication, and organizational systems. It is also important for the IT professional to provide users with a framework to be sufficiently security aware to be an asset to the organization rather than a liability. IAS includes operational issues, policies and procedures, attacks and defense mechanisms, risk analyses, recovery, and information security. It should also be noted that many of the essential educational activities in this knowledge area may be illegal if performed outside a controlled environment, or without proper authorization. It is the responsibility of each individual program to appropriately administer these activities.

and argumentation. Selected readings in prose, drama, and poetry supplement the course and provide topics for discussion and written assignments. Students use a variety of research and investigative techniques to produce an in-depth documented paper. Students must earn a minimum grade of 'C' to meet the requirements of the

Gordon rule. Pre-requisite ENC 1101 with a minimum Grade of 'C '. - Lecture hours - 48

ISM4220C NETWORK & DATA COMMUNICATION 3 CREDITS

This course will balance the most technical concepts with applied business practice.

Students will learn thorough coverage of the basic features, operations, and limitations of different types of computer networks. Students will also explore the language of computer networks as well as the effects of data communications on business and society. Topics include wireless technologies, industry convergence, compression techniques, network security, LAN technologies, VoIP, error detection and correction, near field communications, firewalls, router security problems, the

Internet of Things, cloud computing, zero-client workstations, and Internet domain names.

ENC2210 PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL WRITING 3 CREDITS

A composition course focusing on writing for business, science, and technology.

Assignments include letters, memos, resumes, reports, proposals, an oral presentation, and the use of graphics. Students use a variety of research and investigative techniques to produce documented papers on science, business or technological subjects. Students must pass with a minimum of "C" or higher to meet the requirements of the Gordon Rule.

EDUCATION

CNT3604

ENGLISH

SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION & MAINTENANCE

This course will provide the IT professional with the knowledge and the management tools that are needed to design, select, apply, and deploy computer systems. The learned outcomes will allow the student an understanding in system administration concepts that will cover software, hardware, system types, databases, communications documentation, internet, and maintenance.

3 CREDITS

CHD1331 CREATIVITY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 3 CREDITS

This course offers an understanding of theory in children's art, music, and movement activities and their practical classroom application through process oriented and teacher activities.

CHD1334 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE & LANGUAGE ARTS 3 CREDITS

This historical perspective will guide a study of qualitative books, such as fairy tales, folk tales, poems, and nursery rhymes. The role of the teacher in the child's acquisition of communications skills will be investigated.

ENC 1101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 CREDITS

A university parallel course in which the student writes expository themes in various modes. Research methods and library skills are introduced and a documented paper is required. Each student is required to use the writing lab to strengthen writing skills.

Placement in ENC1101 is determined by both standard and departmental assessment tests. A student must earn a grade of 'C' or higher to meet the requirements of the

Gordon rule. - Lecture hours - 48

CHD1338 MATH & SCIENCE FOR THE YOUNG CHILD 3 CREDITS

Designed to foster understanding of the development of mathematical thinking and the mental ability of the preschool child. The science portion will enable the pupil to become familiar with the concept and techniques of "sciencing."

ENC 1102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 CREDITS

A composition course stressing structural and analytical writing, including narration

CHD1320 CURRICULUM PLANNING FOR EARLYCHILDHOOD 3 CREDITS

Content and methods of planning developmentally appropriate activities to enhance children's cognitive, social, emotional, physical and creative development.

Lesson plan formats and daily scheduling will be covered.

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CIS*210 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 3 CREDITS

CIS 210 covers problem solving and algorithm development using the object-oriented programming language Java. Introduction to object-oriented features including encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism will be discussed. The course will also examine the development of process of design, coding, debugging, and documentation, and will focus on techniques of good programming style and sound program construction.

CIS*416 DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS 3 CREDITS

This course covers static data structures (arrays and records), strings and string manipulations, dynamic data strings and pointers (link lists, stacks), searching and sorting, and file strings (sequential, index sequential, direct files). To reinforce student learning, the course utilizes the Java programming language, a student design project, and an active discussion board.

CIS*412 ADVANCED OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 3 CREDITS

This course follows the basic object-oriented course studied in the core. The course covers in depth all the salient features of an object-oriented programming language, including encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism. The language used is Java.

Students study the necessary analysis, design, and testing tools to allow for the successful creation of reliable software applications. Different object-oriented software engineering methodologies are presented, and testing techniques are discussed in a way that will allow them to be used regardless of the development paradigm

CIS*418 SOFTWARE SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3 CREDITS

This course deals with the concepts and techniques of modern systems analysis and design. Information systems are becoming increasingly central to the operation of organizations. At the basis of successful system development is systems analysis and design. This involves methods of analysis for assessing the information needs of an organization and determining how computer systems can provide problem solving help. System design involves specifying in detail how the components of systems should be implemented and should be based on an in-depth understanding of the business problem obtained from systems analysis.

ISM3201C DATABASE MANAGEMENT 3 CREDITS

This course applies a relational model approach to logical and physical data structure and data concepts and modeling. Business application problem solving is also included.

ISM4220C

This course will balance the most technical concepts with applied business practice.

Students will learn thorough coverage of the basic features, operations, and limitations of different types of computer networks. Students will also explore the language of computer networks as well as the effects of data communications on business and society. Topics include wireless technologies, industry convergence, compression techniques, network security, LAN technologies, VoIP, error detection and correction, near field communications, firewalls, router security problems, the

Internet of Things, cloud computing, zero-client workstations, and Internet domain names.

CDA4411

NETWORKS & DATA COMMUNICATIONS

SYSTEMS INTEGRATION ARCHITECTURE

configuration, procurement, and management.

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

This course provides the student with a detailed understanding of computer hardware and system software. The material covered in this course is intended to establish a platform of technical knowledge for systems analysis, design,

CIS*418 BUSINESS DATA COMMUNICATION 3 CREDITS

This course is intended to provide an understanding of the current theory and practice of Business Data Communications and Networks. During the past decade, there has been an increasing awareness within business and academic circles that certain nations have evolved into information societies. These countries now rely heavily on knowledge and information services to stimulate economic growth. No industry has contributed to this trend and shows more potential for further development than telecommunications. This is particularly true in recent years following the breakup of

AT&T, the trend toward global markets and deregulation, and the impact of the

Internet. There are more service providers, products, and potential opportunities than ever.

CEN4722 HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION 3 CREDITS

This course will provide the student the necessary elements in understanding and accomplishing the Human Computer Interaction in the area of Information

Technology. The student will learn user centered methodologies in the design, development, evaluation and employment of application and system software.

CIS4361 INFORMATION ASSURANCE & SECURITY 3 CREDITS

The information technology (IT) professional must understand, apply, and manage information assurance and security (IAS) in computing, communication, and organizational systems. It is also important for the IT professional to provide users with a framework to be sufficiently security aware to be an asset to the organization rather than a liability. IAS includes operational issues, policies and procedures, attacks and defense mechanisms, risk analyses, recovery, and information security. It should also be noted that many of the essential educational activities in this knowledge area may be illegal if performed outside a controlled environment, or without proper authorization. It is the responsibility of each individual program to appropriately administer these activities.

and argumentation. Selected readings in prose, drama, and poetry supplement the course and provide topics for discussion and written assignments. Students use a variety of research and investigative techniques to produce an in-depth documented paper. Students must earn a minimum grade of 'C' to meet the requirements of the

Gordon rule. Pre-requisite ENC 1101 with a minimum Grade of 'C '. - Lecture hours - 48

ISM4220C NETWORK & DATA COMMUNICATION 3 CREDITS

This course will balance the most technical concepts with applied business practice.

Students will learn thorough coverage of the basic features, operations, and limitations of different types of computer networks. Students will also explore the language of computer networks as well as the effects of data communications on business and society. Topics include wireless technologies, industry convergence, compression techniques, network security, LAN technologies, VoIP, error detection and correction, near field communications, firewalls, router security problems, the

Internet of Things, cloud computing, zero-client workstations, and Internet domain names.

ENC2210 PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL WRITING 3 CREDITS

A composition course focusing on writing for business, science, and technology.

Assignments include letters, memos, resumes, reports, proposals, an oral presentation, and the use of graphics. Students use a variety of research and investigative techniques to produce documented papers on science, business or technological subjects. Students must pass with a minimum of "C" or higher to meet the requirements of the Gordon Rule.

EDUCATION

CNT3604

ENGLISH

SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION & MAINTENANCE

This course will provide the IT professional with the knowledge and the management tools that are needed to design, select, apply, and deploy computer systems. The learned outcomes will allow the student an understanding in system administration concepts that will cover software, hardware, system types, databases, communications documentation, internet, and maintenance.

3 CREDITS

CHD1331 CREATIVITY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 3 CREDITS

This course offers an understanding of theory in children's art, music, and movement activities and their practical classroom application through process oriented and teacher activities.

CHD1334 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE & LANGUAGE ARTS 3 CREDITS

This historical perspective will guide a study of qualitative books, such as fairy tales, folk tales, poems, and nursery rhymes. The role of the teacher in the child's acquisition of communications skills will be investigated.

ENC 1101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 CREDITS

A university parallel course in which the student writes expository themes in various modes. Research methods and library skills are introduced and a documented paper is required. Each student is required to use the writing lab to strengthen writing skills.

Placement in ENC1101 is determined by both standard and departmental assessment tests. A student must earn a grade of 'C' or higher to meet the requirements of the

Gordon rule. - Lecture hours - 48

CHD1338 MATH & SCIENCE FOR THE YOUNG CHILD 3 CREDITS

Designed to foster understanding of the development of mathematical thinking and the mental ability of the preschool child. The science portion will enable the pupil to become familiar with the concept and techniques of "sciencing."

ENC 1102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 CREDITS

A composition course stressing structural and analytical writing, including narration

CHD1320 CURRICULUM PLANNING FOR EARLYCHILDHOOD 3 CREDITS

Content and methods of planning developmentally appropriate activities to enhance children's cognitive, social, emotional, physical and creative development.

Lesson plan formats and daily scheduling will be covered.

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EDF2070 PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION.

3 CREDITS

A study of American education. Emphasis is placed on the historical, philosophical, sociological, and legal foundations of education in America and their impact on curriculum development, learning, and the teaching profession.

EEC1200 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.

3 CREDITS

This course reviews the history and present day aspects of early childhood programs for infants, toddlers, preschool, and school children. Basic principles and foundations of early childhood education are covered.

CHD2800 ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT IN

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 3 CREDITS

This course will emphasize the design and operation of a childcare facility.

Classroom exposure will emphasize and assess site selection, building design and supervisory functions, equipment selection, activity planning, scheduling, financing, budgeting, record-keeping, and marketing.

HUMANITIES

EEC1603 CHILD GUIDENCE 3 CREDITS

This course provides child guidance and group management techniques to foster the development of self-esteem, self control, and social skills in young children.

EME2040 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY.

3 CREDITS

This course satisfies one of the lower level prerequisite requirements for education majors. Students will develop skills and competencies which re essential integrate technology in ti the delivery of classroom instruction. Students will survey a variety of traditional and emerging technologies in education. Students will learn the use of technological tools and systems in classroom environment.

AML2022 AMERICAN LITERATURE 3 CREDITS

Students will be introduced to works which repre- sent the diverse literature emerging from America since 1900. Texts may be selected from major au- thors such as

Hemingway, Faulkner, Frost, Hughes, Millay, Plath, Ellison, Baldwin, Oates, Angelou, and Roth. Upon successful completion of the course students will understand the significant concepts, contexts, movements,figures, and works of American literature in the 20th and 21st century.

EDF1050 INTRODUCTION TO TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS. 3 CREDITS

This course provides basic information of the use of measurement and evaluation in the educational process. It explores the theoretical foundation of test and measurement development and its practical application in the construction and evaluation of tests.

CHD1940 PRACTICUM I: OBSERVATION AND EVALUATION 3 CREDITS

Offers an opportunity to observe children in child care settings, gain understanding of their behavior and evaluate their environments.

CHD1320 CURRICULUM PLANNING FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD 3 CREDITS

Content and methods of planning developmentally appropriate activities to enhance children's cognitive, social, emotional, physical and creative development. Lesson plan formats and daily scheduling will be covered.

BUSX 484 ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE 3 CREDITS

The Excelsior College Examination in Ethics: Theory & Practice is based on material normally presented in a one-semester course in applied ethics. The examination measures understanding of ethical theories and concepts, met ethics and the principles of moral deliberation, as they apply to practical ethical situations. Testing for the application of knowledge about ethics is accomplished through the use of case studies or situations and their related sets of multiple-choice questions. The content category for theories and concepts includes theories such as utilitarianism, natural law, and Kantianism , and concepts such as justice, duties and obligations, and rights.

The met ethics category includes topics relating to subjectivism/objectivism, naturalistic fallacy, and genealogical subjects; moral deliberation covers topics such as moral sensitivity, status of moral judgments, and implications of moral concepts.

Knowledge from the broad categories is then applied to practical ethical concerns such as social and personal issues; medical issues, professional and business issues, and environmental issues. A familiarity with the content generally taught in an introductory ethics course is required.

CHD2441 PRACTICUM II 3 CREDITS

Facilitates practical experiences in techniques of early childhood education. Requires qualified supervision in a school or center for preschool education.

LIT2020 INTRODUCTION TO THE SHORT STORY 3 CREDITS

A discussion of the themes introduced from short stories from many countries of the world. May include such authors as Poe, Borges, Camus, Chekov, Fuentes, Mishima,

O'Connor, Bambara and Walker. Lecture hours 48.

MUS2112 MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE 3 CREDITS

A survey course tracing the history of music from the beginning of the 19th century to the present, showing the significance of music's development resulting from social , international and cultural influences. Meets Areas 2E and 8 general education requirements for the A.A degree. Meets Areas 2 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree. Lecture hours 48.

PHI2010 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3 CREDITS

An introduction to the nature of Philosophy, philosophical thinking, major intellectual movements in the history of philosophy and specific problems in philosophy. Lecture hours 48.

MATHEMATICS

MAT 1033 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 3 CREDITS

A continuation of algebra topics such as factoring; operations with rational expressions, absolute value; exponents, radicals and roots; complex numbers; linear and quadratic equations and linear inequalities; graphs; systems of equations; and functions, all with applications throughout the course. Certain sections of this course will use the

Academic Systems teaching software; such sections will occur in an automated and interactive environment. Meets 3 hours of elective credit for the AA degree. Meets areas for 4 or 5 general requirements for the A.A.S. degree. Pre-Requisite : High School

Algebra II with a minimum grade of 'C' or higher. Lecture hours - 48

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PHI 2600 INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS 3 CREDITS

A study of the basic concepts and principles of morals, values and judgments that govern human actions, as well as various ethical theories. Lecture hours 48.

REL 2300 WORLD RELIGIONS 3 CREDITS

Primarily an ideological examination of the world's most popular religions. Lecture hours 48.

MAC 1105 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 CREDITS

A College Algebra course containing topics such as solving graphing and applying linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; exponential and logarithmic properties; linear quadratic, rational, absolute value and square root functions; functions operations, compositions and inverses; and systems of equations and inequalities, all with applications throughout the course. Pre-requisite MAT 1033 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of the Mathematics Department. Lecture hours - 48

REL 1210 OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY 3 CREDITS

Reading the English Bible in various document, and examining selected source material, with emphasis on its cultural importance today. Lecture hours 48.

REL 1240 NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY 3 CREDITS

A study of the social, historical, cultural, and religious environment of the New

Testament as well as of the dynamics of the beginnings and spread of the Christian

Faith during the First Century A. D. and into the Second Century A. D. Lecture hours 48.

MAC 1140 PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 CREDITS

This course, in conjunction with MAC 1114, is designed to prepare the student for the study of Calculus. Topics include sequences; series; mathematical induction; matrix; determinants; and systems of equations. Also included are polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and equations; and polynomial and rational inequalities. Functions and graphs are emphasized. A graphing calculator may be required. Pre-requisite MAC 1105 with a minimum of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of Mathematics Department. Lecture hours 48.

THE2000 THEATRE APPRECIATION 3 CREDITS

A course designed to acquaint the student with the elements of theatre and how they

MAC 1114 TRIGONOMETRY 3 CREDITS

This course , in conjunction with MAC 1140, is designed to prepare the student for the combine and interact to create the live theatre experience. Lecture and discussion will study of Calculus. Topics include a functional approach to Trigonometry; Trigonometric investigate the nature and art of theatre, while the viewing of video taped and live equations; trigonometric identities; solving triangles DeMoivre's theorem: vectors; stage plays will furnish examples of the various dramatic genres, including tragedy, polar co-ordinates; and parametric equations. A graphing calculator may be required. c o m e d y a n d m u s i c a l t h e a t re . T h i s c o u rs e m e e t s t h e c o l l e g e ' s

Pre- requisite MAC 1105 with a minimum grade of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of international/intercultural requirement.

Mathematics Department. Lecture hours 48.

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EDF2070 PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION.

3 CREDITS

A study of American education. Emphasis is placed on the historical, philosophical, sociological, and legal foundations of education in America and their impact on curriculum development, learning, and the teaching profession.

EEC1200 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.

3 CREDITS

This course reviews the history and present day aspects of early childhood programs for infants, toddlers, preschool, and school children. Basic principles and foundations of early childhood education are covered.

CHD2800 ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT IN

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 3 CREDITS

This course will emphasize the design and operation of a childcare facility.

Classroom exposure will emphasize and assess site selection, building design and supervisory functions, equipment selection, activity planning, scheduling, financing, budgeting, record-keeping, and marketing.

HUMANITIES

EEC1603 CHILD GUIDENCE 3 CREDITS

This course provides child guidance and group management techniques to foster the development of self-esteem, self control, and social skills in young children.

EME2040 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY.

3 CREDITS

This course satisfies one of the lower level prerequisite requirements for education majors. Students will develop skills and competencies which re essential integrate technology in ti the delivery of classroom instruction. Students will survey a variety of traditional and emerging technologies in education. Students will learn the use of technological tools and systems in classroom environment.

AML2022 AMERICAN LITERATURE 3 CREDITS

Students will be introduced to works which repre- sent the diverse literature emerging from America since 1900. Texts may be selected from major au- thors such as

Hemingway, Faulkner, Frost, Hughes, Millay, Plath, Ellison, Baldwin, Oates, Angelou, and Roth. Upon successful completion of the course students will understand the significant concepts, contexts, movements,figures, and works of American literature in the 20th and 21st century.

EDF1050

CHD1940

INTRODUCTION TO TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS.

PRACTICUM I: OBSERVATION AND EVALUATION 3 CREDITS

Offers an opportunity to observe children in child care settings, gain understanding of their behavior and evaluate their environments.

3 CREDITS

This course provides basic information of the use of measurement and evaluation in the educational process. It explores the theoretical foundation of test and measurement development and its practical application in the construction and evaluation of tests.

CHD1320 CURRICULUM PLANNING FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD 3 CREDITS

Content and methods of planning developmentally appropriate activities to enhance children's cognitive, social, emotional, physical and creative development. Lesson plan formats and daily scheduling will be covered.

BUSX 484 ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE 3 CREDITS

The Excelsior College Examination in Ethics: Theory & Practice is based on material normally presented in a one-semester course in applied ethics. The examination measures understanding of ethical theories and concepts, met ethics and the principles of moral deliberation, as they apply to practical ethical situations. Testing for the application of knowledge about ethics is accomplished through the use of case studies or situations and their related sets of multiple-choice questions. The content category for theories and concepts includes theories such as utilitarianism, natural law, and Kantianism , and concepts such as justice, duties and obligations, and rights.

The met ethics category includes topics relating to subjectivism/objectivism, naturalistic fallacy, and genealogical subjects; moral deliberation covers topics such as moral sensitivity, status of moral judgments, and implications of moral concepts.

Knowledge from the broad categories is then applied to practical ethical concerns such as social and personal issues; medical issues, professional and business issues, and environmental issues. A familiarity with the content generally taught in an introductory ethics course is required.

CHD2441 PRACTICUM II 3 CREDITS

Facilitates practical experiences in techniques of early childhood education. Requires qualified supervision in a school or center for preschool education.

LIT2020 INTRODUCTION TO THE SHORT STORY 3 CREDITS

A discussion of the themes introduced from short stories from many countries of the world. May include such authors as Poe, Borges, Camus, Chekov, Fuentes, Mishima,

O'Connor, Bambara and Walker. Lecture hours 48.

MUS2112 MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE 3 CREDITS

A survey course tracing the history of music from the beginning of the 19th century to the present, showing the significance of music's development resulting from social , international and cultural influences. Meets Areas 2E and 8 general education requirements for the A.A degree. Meets Areas 2 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree. Lecture hours 48.

PHI2010 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3 CREDITS

An introduction to the nature of Philosophy, philosophical thinking, major intellectual movements in the history of philosophy and specific problems in philosophy. Lecture hours 48.

MATHEMATICS

MAT 1033 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 3 CREDITS

A continuation of algebra topics such as factoring; operations with rational expressions, absolute value; exponents, radicals and roots; complex numbers; linear and quadratic equations and linear inequalities; graphs; systems of equations; and functions, all with applications throughout the course. Certain sections of this course will use the

Academic Systems teaching software; such sections will occur in an automated and interactive environment. Meets 3 hours of elective credit for the AA degree. Meets areas for 4 or 5 general requirements for the A.A.S. degree. Pre-Requisite : High School

Algebra II with a minimum grade of 'C' or higher. Lecture hours - 48

PHI 2600 INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS 3 CREDITS

A study of the basic concepts and principles of morals, values and judgments that govern human actions, as well as various ethical theories. Lecture hours 48.

REL 2300 WORLD RELIGIONS 3 CREDITS

Primarily an ideological examination of the world's most popular religions. Lecture hours 48.

MAC 1105 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 CREDITS

A College Algebra course containing topics such as solving graphing and applying linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; exponential and logarithmic properties; linear quadratic, rational, absolute value and square root functions; functions operations, compositions and inverses; and systems of equations and inequalities, all with applications throughout the course. Pre-requisite MAT 1033 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of the Mathematics Department. Lecture hours - 48

REL 1210 OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY 3 CREDITS

Reading the English Bible in various document, and examining selected source material, with emphasis on its cultural importance today. Lecture hours 48.

REL 1240 NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY 3 CREDITS

A study of the social, historical, cultural, and religious environment of the New

Testament as well as of the dynamics of the beginnings and spread of the Christian

Faith during the First Century A. D. and into the Second Century A. D. Lecture hours 48.

MAC 1140 PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 CREDITS

This course, in conjunction with MAC 1114, is designed to prepare the student for the study of Calculus. Topics include sequences; series; mathematical induction; matrix; determinants; and systems of equations. Also included are polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and equations; and polynomial and rational inequalities. Functions and graphs are emphasized. A graphing calculator may be required. Pre-requisite MAC 1105 with a minimum of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of Mathematics Department. Lecture hours 48.

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THE2000 THEATRE APPRECIATION 3 CREDITS

A course designed to acquaint the student with the elements of theatre and how they combine and interact to create the live theatre experience. Lecture and discussion will investigate the nature and art of theatre, while the viewing of video taped and live

MAC 1114 TRIGONOMETRY 3 CREDITS

This course , in conjunction with MAC 1140, is designed to prepare the student for the study of Calculus. Topics include a functional approach to Trigonometry; Trigonometric equations; trigonometric identities; solving triangles DeMoivre's theorem: vectors; polar co-ordinates; and parametric equations. A graphing calculator may be required. stage plays will furnish examples of the various dramatic genres, including tragedy, c o m e d y a n d m u s i c a l t h e a t re . T h i s c o u rs e m e e t s t h e c o l l e g e ' s international/intercultural requirement.

Mathematics Department. Lecture hours 48.

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MAC 2233 BUSINESS CALCULUS 3 CREDITS

This is a general education course which includes the College level skills of Calculus such as: Functions, graphs, limits, differentiation, integration, average and instantaneous rates of change, and other applications. Pre-requisite a minimum grade of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of Mathematics Department. Lecture hours 48.

including numerical methods, Laplace transforms, linear systems, and series solutions. Prerequisite: MAC 2312 with a grade of “C” or higher. Meets Area 5A general education requirements for the A.S. degree. This course may be taken for honors credit with the permission of the instructor.

MAC 2311 CALCULUS & ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY I 5 CREDITS

This is the first of a 3 course sequence in Calculus. Students should have access to a graphing calculator throughout the sequence of courses. Topics include: analytic geometry, functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and their applications, transcendental functions, anti-derivatives, and definite integrals. Certain sections of this course may require the use of a graphing calculator. Pre-requisite MAC 1140 and

MAC 1114 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of the Mathematics

Department. Lecture hours 80.

STA 2023 STATISTICS

Department. Lecture hours 48.

SOCIAL SCIENCES

3 CREDITS

This course in statistical methods dealing with such topics as collecting, grouping and presenting data; measures of central tendency and variation; theoretical distributions; probability; tests of hypotheses; estimation of parameters, regression, and correlation. Prerequisite MAT 1033 or recommendation of the Mathematics

MAC 2312 CALCULUS & ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY II 5 CREDITS

This is the second of a three course sequence in Calculus. Topics include techniques of integration, conics, polar co-ordinates, indeterminate forms, L. Hopitals rule, proper integrals, infinity series, parametric equations, improper integrals, vectors, volume, arc length, surface area, work, and other applications of integration. A graphing calculator may be required in certain sections of this course. Pre-requisite MAC 2311 or MAC

2302 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of the Mathematics Department.

Lecture hours 80.

AMH 2020 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES 3 CREDITS

U.S. history from the post-Civil War Reconstruction period to the present. A general survey of the basic forces shaping American Life : development of modern industrialism ; organizations of laborers and farmers ; immigration ; the Progressive

Era ; World War 1 ; the 1920's ; the Great Depression and New Deal ; origins and impact of the Second World War ; advent of the Cold War ; post war domestic tensions

; the complacent 1950's ; social / political unrest in the 1960's ; disillusionment and search for new directions since 1970. Meets Areas 3A general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 3 or 5 general education requirements for A.S. degree.

MAC 2313 CALCULUS & ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY III 4 CREDITS

This is the third of a 3 course sequence in Calculus. Topics include vectors in three space, 3 dimensional surfaces, multi variate functions, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, multiple integrals, partial derivatives, vector fields, Green's theorem, and

Stokes's theorem. A graphing calculator may be required in this course. Pre-requisite

MAC 2303 or MAC 2312 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or approval of the Mathematics

Department. Lecture hours 64.

ANT2000 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY 3 CREDITS

An introductory study of the biological evolution and cultural development of human customs, social organization, and institutions. The student is introduced to the major fields of study under taken byanthropologists. Meets Ares 3B and 8 general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 3 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

MAC 2103 LINEAR ALGEBRA 3 CREDITS

A first course in Linear Algebra emphasizing the Algebra of Matrix and vector spaces.

Recommended for students majoring in mathematics or related areas. Pre-requisite

MAC 1114 and MAC 1140 with a grade of 'C' or higher. Lecture hours 48.

BEH101 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

A study of the scope and methods of psychology with a view to understanding the human organism, the basic phases of human behavior and the relevance of psychology to contemporary society. Major areas of interest to psychology are explored at an introductory level in preparation for more in-depth courses at a later date.

MAP 2302 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 3 CREDITS

Topic include the classification, solution and application of differential equations,

BEH 103 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY I 3 CREDITS

This course will cover the early life span of child development from biological to late childhood development. The major theories and stages of developmental psychology are examined with physiological, cognitive and socioemotional processes that affect childhood development.

CPO 2002 INTRO. TO COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT 3 CREDITS

This course is a survey of political systems in the developed and the underdeveloped world, democratic, non-democratic, unitary and federal systems will be analyzed and contrasted. Also the European community will be examined as an example of multinational cooperation. Lecture hours 48This course is a survey of political systems in the developed and the underdeveloped world, democratic, nondemocratic, unitary and federal systems will be analyzed and contrasted. Also the

European community will be examined as an example of multinational cooperation.

Lecture hours 48 of payments, and other international economic issues. Pre-requisite ECO 2013.

Lecture hours 48.

GEA 2000 WORLD GEOGRAPHY 3 CREDITS

The study of geographical characteristics, area relationships and major problems of the world's component regions. The underlying theme is to explain how and why geography factors create global contrasts. Special emphasis will be placed on how the world has become more interdependent as complex economic systems have evolved with regional specialization. Lecture hours 48.

INR 2002 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 3 CREDITS

A consideration of the concepts of sovereignty, power, security; national interest in the determination of foreign policy; the United Nations and its functions and limitations; study of the employment of these concepts in analysis of foreign policy developments of leading nations and the emerging nations.

Lecture hours 48

DEP2002 CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

Study of the concepts and principles of growth and development in infancy and childhood.

POS2041 NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

Government. Lecture hours 48

3 CREDITS

Study of theory, principles, and institutions involved in the American National

DEP 2004 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

This is a general life span developmental psychology offering that considers human growth from conception to death. It is designed to give a general overview of the developmental process. Lecture hours 48.

ECO 2013 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I 3 CREDITS

An introductory course in Macroeconomic principles covering basic economic problems and concepts. Topics discussed and analyzed include the role of government in various economic systems, aggregate measures of economic performance, aspects of economic instability, macro equilibrium, fiscal and monetary policies, and the impact of the public debt. Lecture hours 48.

PSY 2012

PSY2043

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

ADVANCED GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

The rationale, methods, and application of the scientific analysis of behavior.

Emphasis is placed on the lawfulness of behavior, how behavioral laws are found and used in the modification of behavior. Prerequisite(s) : PSY2012

3 CREDITS

Scientific approach to basic principles of human behavior. Emphasis is placed on such topics as learning motivation, perception, feeling and emotion, intelligence , and personality. Lecture hours 48.

ECO 2023 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II 3 CREDITS

Continuation of ECO 2013 stressing Microeconomic theories, topic studied include the theory and application of supply and demand elasticity. Theory of consumer demand, utility and indifference curve analysis; the law of diminishing returns in production and the firm's profit maximizing behaviors under market models ranging from pure competition to pure monopoly; production theory and the theory of income distribution; comparative advantage, trade policies, exchange rates, balance

SOP2002 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

This course provides scientifically based constructs used in understanding social phenomena and their impact on the individual. Identification of the social and psychological variables that give human behavior a predictable base is stressed. Topics considered include human nature, psychological development, sex role identification love, affiliation, aggression, image management, attitudes, opinion manipulation, morality, leader- ship, group dynamics, attribution and construct theory.

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MAC 2233 BUSINESS CALCULUS 3 CREDITS

This is a general education course which includes the College level skills of Calculus such as: Functions, graphs, limits, differentiation, integration, average and instantaneous rates of change, and other applications. Pre-requisite a minimum grade of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of Mathematics Department. Lecture hours 48.

including numerical methods, Laplace transforms, linear systems, and series solutions. Prerequisite: MAC 2312 with a grade of “C” or higher. Meets Area 5A general education requirements for the A.S. degree. This course may be taken for honors credit with the permission of the instructor.

MAC 2311 CALCULUS & ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY I 5 CREDITS

This is the first of a 3 course sequence in Calculus. Students should have access to a graphing calculator throughout the sequence of courses. Topics include: analytic geometry, functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and their applications, transcendental functions, anti-derivatives, and definite integrals. Certain sections of this course may require the use of a graphing calculator. Pre-requisite MAC 1140 and

MAC 1114 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of the Mathematics

Department. Lecture hours 80.

STA 2023 STATISTICS

Department. Lecture hours 48.

SOCIAL SCIENCES

3 CREDITS

This course in statistical methods dealing with such topics as collecting, grouping and presenting data; measures of central tendency and variation; theoretical distributions; probability; tests of hypotheses; estimation of parameters, regression, and correlation. Prerequisite MAT 1033 or recommendation of the Mathematics

MAC 2312 CALCULUS & ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY II 5 CREDITS

This is the second of a three course sequence in Calculus. Topics include techniques of integration, conics, polar co-ordinates, indeterminate forms, L. Hopitals rule, proper integrals, infinity series, parametric equations, improper integrals, vectors, volume, arc length, surface area, work, and other applications of integration. A graphing calculator may be required in certain sections of this course. Pre-requisite MAC 2311 or MAC

2302 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or recommendation of the Mathematics Department.

Lecture hours 80.

AMH 2020 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES 3 CREDITS

U.S. history from the post-Civil War Reconstruction period to the present. A general survey of the basic forces shaping American Life : development of modern industrialism ; organizations of laborers and farmers ; immigration ; the Progressive

Era ; World War 1 ; the 1920's ; the Great Depression and New Deal ; origins and impact of the Second World War ; advent of the Cold War ; post war domestic tensions

; the complacent 1950's ; social / political unrest in the 1960's ; disillusionment and search for new directions since 1970. Meets Areas 3A general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 3 or 5 general education requirements for A.S. degree.

MAC 2313 CALCULUS & ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY III 4 CREDITS

This is the third of a 3 course sequence in Calculus. Topics include vectors in three space, 3 dimensional surfaces, multi variate functions, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, multiple integrals, partial derivatives, vector fields, Green's theorem, and

Stokes's theorem. A graphing calculator may be required in this course. Pre-requisite

MAC 2303 or MAC 2312 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or approval of the Mathematics

Department. Lecture hours 64.

ANT2000 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY 3 CREDITS

An introductory study of the biological evolution and cultural development of human customs, social organization, and institutions. The student is introduced to the major fields of study under taken byanthropologists. Meets Ares 3B and 8 general education requirements for the A.A. degree. Meets Areas 3 or 5 general education requirements for the A.S. degree.

MAC 2103 LINEAR ALGEBRA 3 CREDITS

A first course in Linear Algebra emphasizing the Algebra of Matrix and vector spaces.

Recommended for students majoring in mathematics or related areas. Pre-requisite

MAC 1114 and MAC 1140 with a grade of 'C' or higher. Lecture hours 48.

BEH101 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

A study of the scope and methods of psychology with a view to understanding the human organism, the basic phases of human behavior and the relevance of psychology to contemporary society. Major areas of interest to psychology are explored at an introductory level in preparation for more in-depth courses at a later date.

MAP 2302 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 3 CREDITS

Topic include the classification, solution and application of differential equations,

BEH 103 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY I 3 CREDITS

This course will cover the early life span of child development from biological to late childhood development. The major theories and stages of developmental psychology are examined with physiological, cognitive and socioemotional processes that affect childhood development.

CPO 2002 INTRO. TO COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT 3 CREDITS

This course is a survey of political systems in the developed and the underdeveloped world, democratic, non-democratic, unitary and federal systems will be analyzed and contrasted. Also the European community will be examined as an example of multinational cooperation. Lecture hours 48This course is a survey of political systems in the developed and the underdeveloped world, democratic, nondemocratic, unitary and federal systems will be analyzed and contrasted. Also the

European community will be examined as an example of multinational cooperation.

Lecture hours 48 of payments, and other international economic issues. Pre-requisite ECO 2013.

Lecture hours 48.

GEA 2000 WORLD GEOGRAPHY 3 CREDITS

The study of geographical characteristics, area relationships and major problems of the world's component regions. The underlying theme is to explain how and why geography factors create global contrasts. Special emphasis will be placed on how the world has become more interdependent as complex economic systems have evolved with regional specialization. Lecture hours 48.

INR 2002 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 3 CREDITS

A consideration of the concepts of sovereignty, power, security; national interest in the determination of foreign policy; the United Nations and its functions and limitations; study of the employment of these concepts in analysis of foreign policy developments of leading nations and the emerging nations.

Lecture hours 48

DEP2002 CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

Study of the concepts and principles of growth and development in infancy and childhood.

POS2041 NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

Government. Lecture hours 48

3 CREDITS

Study of theory, principles, and institutions involved in the American National

DEP 2004 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

This is a general life span developmental psychology offering that considers human growth from conception to death. It is designed to give a general overview of the developmental process. Lecture hours 48.

ECO 2013 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I 3 CREDITS

An introductory course in Macroeconomic principles covering basic economic problems and concepts. Topics discussed and analyzed include the role of government in various economic systems, aggregate measures of economic performance, aspects of economic instability, macro equilibrium, fiscal and monetary policies, and the impact of the public debt. Lecture hours 48.

PSY 2012

PSY2043

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

ADVANCED GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

The rationale, methods, and application of the scientific analysis of behavior.

Emphasis is placed on the lawfulness of behavior, how behavioral laws are found and used in the modification of behavior. Prerequisite(s) : PSY2012

3 CREDITS

Scientific approach to basic principles of human behavior. Emphasis is placed on such topics as learning motivation, perception, feeling and emotion, intelligence , and personality. Lecture hours 48.

ECO 2023 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II 3 CREDITS

Continuation of ECO 2013 stressing Microeconomic theories, topic studied include the theory and application of supply and demand elasticity. Theory of consumer demand, utility and indifference curve analysis; the law of diminishing returns in production and the firm's profit maximizing behaviors under market models ranging from pure competition to pure monopoly; production theory and the theory of income distribution; comparative advantage, trade policies, exchange rates, balance

SOP2002 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 CREDITS

This course provides scientifically based constructs used in understanding social phenomena and their impact on the individual. Identification of the social and psychological variables that give human behavior a predictable base is stressed. Topics considered include human nature, psychological development, sex role identification love, affiliation, aggression, image management, attitudes, opinion manipulation, morality, leader- ship, group dynamics, attribution and construct theory.

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SPC 1600 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 CREDITS

This course is designed to provide students with fundamental training and practical experience for speaking in public, business, and professional situations. Topics include: audience, audience analysis, speech, anxiety, critical listening and preparation and delivery of speeches in various cultural contexts. Lecture hours 48.

SYG 2000 PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY 3 CREDITS

General analysis of the structures and functions of society and culture through a scientific consideration of the influence of social and cultural forces on personal experiences and social behavior. Lecture hours 48.

SYG2010 SOCIAL PROBLEMS

global social problems.

3 CREDITS

This course is an examination of the major social problems found in our changing social environment. More specifically, students will be introduced to a variety of topics which may include inequality based on class, race, ethnicity, education, age; violence in society; the changing family; social problems related to gender and sexual behavior;

EEX3109 NATURE AND NEEDS OF AUTISM 3 CREDITS

This is an overview course examining issues in providing educational services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder Students (ASD). Emphasis will be placed on definitions and concepts, classification, prevalence, behavioral characteristics, communication, intervention strategies, classroom technology, multicultural issues, and family involvement. Service delivery systems will be reviewed and current trends discussed.

SYG2322 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 3 CREDITS

A study of juvenile and delinquent behavior and its development which focuses on the social structure of society to find patterns of delinquent activity and its causations.

SYG2323 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY 3 CREDITS

A study of crime and criminal behavior, and its cause and related effects on society, with an emphasis given to criminal theory, and the sociological implications of criminal behavior.

EEX3011 INTRODUCTION TO EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION 3 CREDITS

This course will focus on the characteristics and needs of students with disabilities.

Course content will include the different types of programs and services that make up exceptional student education (ESE) and the history on how they came to exist. The

Introduction to Exceptional Student Education course will serve as the foundation for the development of a personal and professional understanding and philosophy of

ESE.

SYG2441 SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS 3 CREDITS

A study of the institutions of pre-industrial, industrial, and post-industrial societies.

Special emphasis is on theories of social organization, social change, and the exploration of each institution in world societies.

EDP4004 PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY

3 CREDITS

This course provides a foundation in educational psychology and its application to classroom settings. Special emphasis is placed on development, learning theory, intelligence, motivation, memory, higher-order thinking, diversity, and instructional and assessment strategies

SYG2340 SOCIOLOGY OF HUMAN SEXUALITY 3 CREDITS

The Sociology of Human Sexuality is a general review of the scientific principles related to the study of human sexuality. Topics include: the cultural context of sexuality, theoretical perspectives of sexuality, research methods, gender/sex roles, sexual orientation, sexual coercion, sexual anatomy, sexual arousal, pregnancy, STDs, love and human intimacy, and human sexuality through the life course.

CLP2140 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

3 CREDITS

This course concentrates on the explanation of psychological abnormality including symptomatic patterns, causation, and treatment approaches of psychological disorders. This course discusses several types of psychological disturbances and maladaptive behaviors as well as the various diagnostic categories and criteria, terminology, and therapeutic approaches associated with each.

SYG2421 MARRIAGE & FAMILIES 3 CREDITS

A study of the institution of the family utilizing historical, cross cultural and sub-cultural comparisons to understand the background evolution and current familiar structures of the world.

EEX3601 POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT

3 CREDITS

This is an overview course examining issues related to positive behavioral supports for exceptional education students. Emphasis will be placed on data collection, analysis and interventions related which address problem behaviors in the classroom. This course is designed to prepare teachers for the educational management of exceptional students with emphasis on behavior management and consultation skills.

Students will gain a basic knowledge of how to create and maintain an on-task, safe and healthy environment for learning in the exceptional classroom as well as the inclusive classroom. experience for speaking in public, business, and professional situations. Topics include: audience, audience analysis, speech, anxiety, critical listening and preparation and delivery of speeches in various cultural contexts. Lecture hours 48.

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

CGS 1100

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

This course is an introduction to computers and their applications. Students will learn to identify the basic components and devices that comprise a computer system; to use the Internet as a source of information and a means of communication; and to use application software packages (including word processing, spreadsheet, database management, and presentation graphics programs).

FRE1120 BEGINNING FRENCH I 3 CREDITS

Fundamentals of speaking, listening- comprehension, reading, writing, and

Francophone culture. Classroom practice and exercises supplemented by laboratory and/or multi-media designed to develop communicative competence and cultural sensitivity. Student expected to continue further implementation and expansion of their proficiencies in FRE 1121 and FRE 2220. Students are encouraged to study abroad.

Lec Hrs = 64 Lab Hrs = 0 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 15.00

CGS 1000 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

3 CREDITS

This course provides an introduction to electronic data processing. Topics include basic computer theory, file storage media, input/output devices and number systems.

In addition, students will be exposed to the use of applications software. Various lab activities are conducted throughout the course.

GRA 1131C APPLIED GRAPHIC DESIGN FOR MULTIMEDIA

This course will give the student an introduction to graphic design for computer screen. Students will use digital image editing software to create effective computer screen design elements. Color theory and visual communication is introduced emphasizing color as it relates to non-print display, calibration, pixel properties, light mixing, additive vs. subtractive color theory. Digital image editing activities include selecting and creating shapes, and using painting techniques.

OST 1811C DESKTOP PUBLISHING

This course provides hands-on applications with a popular desktop publishing software package. Through the application of desktop publishing techniques, students plan, design, and create documents. Effective typeface and use of graphics and color in a publication's design and function are also covered.

SPEECH

FRE1121 BEGINNING FRENCH II

Continuation of FRE 1120. Further development of the basic skills in speaking, listening- comprehension, reading, writing, and appreciation of Francophone culture. Classroom practice and exercises supplemented by laboratory and/or multi-media activities designed to develop and enhance communicative competence and cultural sensitivity.

Skills and concepts are further polished in FRE 2220. Prerequisite(s) : FRE1120

SPN1120 BEGINNING SPANISH I 3 CREDITS

Fundamentals of speaking, listening-comprehension, reading, writing, and Hispanic culture. Classroom practice and exercises supplemented by laboratory and/or multimedia designed to develop communicative competence and cultural sensitivity.

Student expected to continue further implementation and expansion of their proficiencies in SPN1121 and SPN2220. Students are encouraged to study abroad.

SPN1121 BEGINNING SPANISH II 3 CREDITS

Continuation of SPN 1120. Further development of the basic skills in speaking, listening- comprehension, reading, writing, and appreciation of culture. Classroom practice and exercises supplemented by laboratory and/or multi-media activities designed to develop and enhance communicative competence and cultural sensitivity.

Skills and concepts are further polished in SPN 2220. Students are encouraged to study abroad. Prerequisite(s) : SPN1120

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SPC 1600 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 CREDITS

This course is designed to provide students with fundamental training and practical

70

SPC 1600 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 CREDITS

This course is designed to provide students with fundamental training and practical experience for speaking in public, business, and professional situations. Topics include: audience, audience analysis, speech, anxiety, critical listening and preparation and delivery of speeches in various cultural contexts. Lecture hours 48.

SYG 2000 PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY 3 CREDITS

General analysis of the structures and functions of society and culture through a scientific consideration of the influence of social and cultural forces on personal experiences and social behavior. Lecture hours 48.

SYG2010 SOCIAL PROBLEMS

global social problems.

3 CREDITS

This course is an examination of the major social problems found in our changing social environment. More specifically, students will be introduced to a variety of topics which may include inequality based on class, race, ethnicity, education, age; violence in society; the changing family; social problems related to gender and sexual behavior;

EEX3109 NATURE AND NEEDS OF AUTISM 3 CREDITS

This is an overview course examining issues in providing educational services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder Students (ASD). Emphasis will be placed on definitions and concepts, classification, prevalence, behavioral characteristics, communication, intervention strategies, classroom technology, multicultural issues, and family involvement. Service delivery systems will be reviewed and current trends discussed.

SYG2322 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 3 CREDITS

A study of juvenile and delinquent behavior and its development which focuses on the social structure of society to find patterns of delinquent activity and its causations.

SYG2323 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY 3 CREDITS

A study of crime and criminal behavior, and its cause and related effects on society, with an emphasis given to criminal theory, and the sociological implications of criminal behavior.

EEX3011 INTRODUCTION TO EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION 3 CREDITS

This course will focus on the characteristics and needs of students with disabilities.

Course content will include the different types of programs and services that make up exceptional student education (ESE) and the history on how they came to exist. The

Introduction to Exceptional Student Education course will serve as the foundation for the development of a personal and professional understanding and philosophy of

ESE.

SYG2441 SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS 3 CREDITS

A study of the institutions of pre-industrial, industrial, and post-industrial societies.

Special emphasis is on theories of social organization, social change, and the exploration of each institution in world societies.

EDP4004 PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY

3 CREDITS

This course provides a foundation in educational psychology and its application to classroom settings. Special emphasis is placed on development, learning theory, intelligence, motivation, memory, higher-order thinking, diversity, and instructional and assessment strategies

SYG2340 SOCIOLOGY OF HUMAN SEXUALITY 3 CREDITS

The Sociology of Human Sexuality is a general review of the scientific principles related to the study of human sexuality. Topics include: the cultural context of sexuality, theoretical perspectives of sexuality, research methods, gender/sex roles, sexual orientation, sexual coercion, sexual anatomy, sexual arousal, pregnancy, STDs, love and human intimacy, and human sexuality through the life course.

CLP2140 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

3 CREDITS

This course concentrates on the explanation of psychological abnormality including symptomatic patterns, causation, and treatment approaches of psychological disorders. This course discusses several types of psychological disturbances and maladaptive behaviors as well as the various diagnostic categories and criteria, terminology, and therapeutic approaches associated with each.

SYG2421 MARRIAGE & FAMILIES 3 CREDITS

A study of the institution of the family utilizing historical, cross cultural and sub-cultural comparisons to understand the background evolution and current familiar structures of the world.

EEX3601 POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT

3 CREDITS

This is an overview course examining issues related to positive behavioral supports for exceptional education students. Emphasis will be placed on data collection, analysis and interventions related which address problem behaviors in the classroom. This course is designed to prepare teachers for the educational management of exceptional students with emphasis on behavior management and consultation skills.

Students will gain a basic knowledge of how to create and maintain an on-task, safe and healthy environment for learning in the exceptional classroom as well as the inclusive classroom. experience for speaking in public, business, and professional situations. Topics include: audience, audience analysis, speech, anxiety, critical listening and preparation and delivery of speeches in various cultural contexts. Lecture hours 48.

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

CGS 1100

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

This course is an introduction to computers and their applications. Students will learn to identify the basic components and devices that comprise a computer system; to use the Internet as a source of information and a means of communication; and to use application software packages (including word processing, spreadsheet, database management, and presentation graphics programs).

FRE1120 BEGINNING FRENCH I 3 CREDITS

Fundamentals of speaking, listening- comprehension, reading, writing, and

Francophone culture. Classroom practice and exercises supplemented by laboratory and/or multi-media designed to develop communicative competence and cultural sensitivity. Student expected to continue further implementation and expansion of their proficiencies in FRE 1121 and FRE 2220. Students are encouraged to study abroad.

Lec Hrs = 64 Lab Hrs = 0 Oth Hrs = 0 Fees = 15.00

CGS 1000 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

3 CREDITS

This course provides an introduction to electronic data processing. Topics include basic computer theory, file storage media, input/output devices and number systems.

In addition, students will be exposed to the use of applications software. Various lab activities are conducted throughout the course.

GRA 1131C APPLIED GRAPHIC DESIGN FOR MULTIMEDIA

This course will give the student an introduction to graphic design for computer screen. Students will use digital image editing software to create effective computer screen design elements. Color theory and visual communication is introduced emphasizing color as it relates to non-print display, calibration, pixel properties, light mixing, additive vs. subtractive color theory. Digital image editing activities include selecting and creating shapes, and using painting techniques.

OST 1811C DESKTOP PUBLISHING

This course provides hands-on applications with a popular desktop publishing software package. Through the application of desktop publishing techniques, students plan, design, and create documents. Effective typeface and use of graphics and color in a publication's design and function are also covered.

SPEECH

FRE1121 BEGINNING FRENCH II

Continuation of FRE 1120. Further development of the basic skills in speaking, listening- comprehension, reading, writing, and appreciation of Francophone culture. Classroom practice and exercises supplemented by laboratory and/or multi-media activities designed to develop and enhance communicative competence and cultural sensitivity.

Skills and concepts are further polished in FRE 2220. Prerequisite(s) : FRE1120

SPN1120 BEGINNING SPANISH I 3 CREDITS

Fundamentals of speaking, listening-comprehension, reading, writing, and Hispanic culture. Classroom practice and exercises supplemented by laboratory and/or multimedia designed to develop communicative competence and cultural sensitivity.

Student expected to continue further implementation and expansion of their proficiencies in SPN1121 and SPN2220. Students are encouraged to study abroad.

SPN1121 BEGINNING SPANISH II 3 CREDITS

Continuation of SPN 1120. Further development of the basic skills in speaking, listening- comprehension, reading, writing, and appreciation of culture. Classroom practice and exercises supplemented by laboratory and/or multi-media activities designed to develop and enhance communicative competence and cultural sensitivity.

Skills and concepts are further polished in SPN 2220. Students are encouraged to study abroad. Prerequisite(s) : SPN1120

71

SPC 1600 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 CREDITS

This course is designed to provide students with fundamental training and practical

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TECHNOLOGY student will be able to use computer software to solve technical problems, program arrays, and aid in measurement systems.

EET1015C DC CIRCUITS 3 CREDITS

This is a first course in electric circuits. Upon completion of this course the student should demonstrate an understanding of the definitions and interrelationships of voltage, current and power in circuits containing passive circuit elements and multiple sources. Extensive laboratory experience is included.

EET2355C DATA COMMUNICATION 3 CREDITS

The student will study data communications systems including pulse amplitude, pulse width modulation and RS-232, RS-422, IEEE-488. Descriptions of BISYNC, HDLC and local area networks will be include UART and MODEM implementation.

EET1025C AC CIRCUITS 3 CREDITS

Upon completion of this course the student shall demonstrate a knowledge of circuit analysis using alternating voltage sources, including the behavior of resistive and reactive passive circuit elements, and frequency and transient response. Magnetic circuits, resonance and ideal transformers are also included. Extensive laboratory experience is included.

CET1461C TECHNICAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 CREDITS

Technical computer applications, including the use of the Windows operating system, computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, presentation graphics, an introduction to CAD (Computer-Aided Design) and electronic simulation software is presented with emphasis on the solution of problems in the Engineering

Technology fields. This course is geared towards the Engineering Technology student.

EET1084C ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS 3 CREDITS

This course provides an introduction to the basic fundamentals, terminology, and applications used in the electronics industry. The topic coverage will include circuit theory principles, electronic components, transistor usage, amplifiers, power supplies, digital logic techniques, and electronic instruments. This course will also include some basic laboratory exercises to strengthen the topic coverage as it pertains to basic measurement involving both analog and digital circuits.

CET1117C MICROPROCESSORS I 3 CREDITS

Analysis of 8/16 bit microprocessors and microcomputers with emphasis on logic, timing and interfacing of the microprocessor. The student will design circuits and programs to interface memory and peripheral devices in a microprocessor based system. Extensive Laboratory practice is an integral part of this course. Students will design and develop a microprocessor project board as part of this course.

EET2326C ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS 3 CREDITS

Basic electronic communications systems, RF amplifiers and oscillators, amplitude modulation, single side band modulation, frequency and phase modulation, pulse modulation, demodulation, and digital communication methods.

CET1114C DIGITAL TECHNIQUES 3 CREDITS

The study and application of digital logic circuits. Topics include binary, octal and hexadecimal number systems, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh mapping, logic gates, flip flops, counters, and registers, applications in combinational and sequential logic systems.

EET1141C LINEAR TECHNIQUES I 3 CREDITS

This is the first course covering semi conductor devices and laboratory experiments.

Topics covered include: semi conductor principles, rectifier diodes, zener diodes, BJT amplifiers, negative feedback amplifier, Field effect transistors and FET amplifiers.

EET2142C LINEAR TECHNIQUES II 3 CREDITS

This is the second course covering advance semiconductor devices and laboratory measurements. The topics covered include: power amplifiers, frequency response of amplifiers, thyristors, LED and special diodes, operation amplifiers, filters, voltage regulators, basic communications circuits and programmable analog devices. The

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SOME OF THE UNIVERSITIES OUT STUDENTS HAVE GOT TRANSFERRED TO

Texas Christian

University

SOME OF THE UNIVERSITIES OUT STUDENTS HAVE GOT TRANSFERRED TO

Texas Christian

University

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