Catalog of Courses

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Browse below to find courses being taught at EMCC during current and upcoming semesters. Courses are listed in alphanumeric order based on course subject prefix and number. You may click on the subject listings in the left filter menu to narrow results by subject. You may search for current class offerings available for enrollment by clicking on the link under each course. Click here to view the official current and archived book versions of the EMCC Academic Catalog.

Introduction to business and personal computer operations and usage. Software applications for analyzing and solving business problems including word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation graphics. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: CS GE Codes

Explore technical aspects of personal computers, including system components, installation, system configuration, peripheral devices, and notebooks. Emphasis placed on hardware installation, maintenance, mobile devices, and hardware troubleshooting. Helps prepare students for the CompTIA A+ examinations. Prerequisites: None.

Explore advanced technical aspects of maintaining and servicing computers. Emphasis placed on OS installation, maintenance, mobile devices, security, software troubleshooting, and on proper usage of tools, safety procedures, and professionalism. Helps prepare students for the CompTIA A+ examinations.

Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in CIS105 or permission of Instructor.

Introduction to the science of food and human nutrition. Current sustainable dietary recommendations and applications for maximizing well-being and minimizing risk of chronic disease throughout the life cycle. An overview of the nutrients, emphasizing the importance of energy and fluid balance, and optimal functioning of the digestive system. Understanding factors that influence food intake in different cultures. Methods for evaluating credibility of nutrition claims, a focus on modern food safety and technology practices, and a worldview of nutrition are included. Emphasis is on personal dietary behavior change for a holistic life of wellness. Prerequisites: None.

Scientific principles of human nutrition. Emphasis on scientific literacy and the study of nutrients for disease prevention. Includes macronutrients and micronutrients, human nutrient metabolism and nutrition's role in the health of the human body throughout the life cycle. Addresses nutrition principles for prevention of nutrition-related health conditions. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designation: Natural Sciences (General) - [SG] in combination with: FON241LL
General Education Designations: SG GE Codes

Survey of the history of the Western world from the emergence of Western civilization in the Middle Ages to the start of the French Revolution. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: H, HU, SB GE Codes

Survey of the history of the Western world from the French Revolution to the present. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: G, H, HU, SB GE Codes

The political, economic, and social development of the United States from the Pre-Columbian period through the end of the Civil War (1865). Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: H, HU, SB GE Codes
HIS1131

Note: This course has differences between current terms. Please see advisement for specific information.

The political, economic, and social development of United States from 1865 to the present time. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: H, SB GE Codes
HIS1132

Survey of American history from 1945 to the present. Focuses on the political, social, economic and cultural history of the United States from the end of World War II to the present time. Includes domestic developments and foreign policy. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: H, HU, SB GE Codes

Examination of the origins and development of Mexican American peoples. Including culture, history and contributions within the United States. Emphasis on educational, social, and economic conditions of Mexican Americans of the southwest. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: C, H, SB GE Codes

Note: This course has differences between current terms. Please see advisement for specific information.

A survey of the economic, social, cultural, and political elements of world history from 1500 to the present. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: G, H, HU GE Codes
HIS1111

Survey of American Indian history with emphasis on the last 200 years. Focuses on cultural, economic, political and social continuity and changes. Topics include how federal policies impacted and were shaped by Indigenous peoples and how Indigenous individuals, communities, and nations have maintained cultural identity and sovereignty. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: C, H, SB GE Codes

Introduction to women's history from the colonial period to the present. Explores changes and developments which have influenced the lives of women. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: C, H, SB GE Codes

History and cultural heritage of African-Americans from their beginnings in Ancient Africa through the experience of chattel slavery in the Americas to their eventual emancipation and participation in the American Civil War. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: C, H, HU, SB GE Codes

The multifaceted history and cultural heritage of African-American communities since the Civil War, presented within the broader context of U.S. history. This course explores the social, economic, political, and cultural history of African-American communities, including the historical and cultural impacts of slavery and discrimination, and the collective struggle for freedom, equality, and self-determination throughout U.S. history. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: C, H, SB GE Codes

Various types of energy and their conversion to useable energy such as electrical power. How generated electrical power is transmitted and distributed to the point of use. Prerequisites: None.

Theory, construction and application of basic power plant mechanical components. Basic concepts of electrical fundamentals and electronics discussed. Prerequisites: None.

Hydraulic and pneumatic safety, physical concepts, and fluid laws. Hydraulic and pneumatic system components and operation. Troubleshooting procedures of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Mechanical component types and characteristics, common failure mechanisms, and operating principles of plant components. Prerequisites: None.

Components and function of reactor coolant, volume control, safety injection, and nuclear sampling systems. Function and operation of main steam and turbine systems, main and auxiliary feedwater systems, pressurizer, control rod drive, and recirculation systems. Operation and function of steam and heater drain systems. Reactor plant safety concepts.

Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in PPT120 and PPT121, or permission of Program Director.

Advanced plant systems. Water, electrical and cooling systems. Safe shutdown cooling water system. Waste drain system. Fuel handling and storage systems. Fuel pool cooling and cleanup. Purpose and operation of radioactive waste management. Service air and gas systems. Ventilation and fire protection systems. Containment, Containment Spray, Emergency Core Cooling, Emergency Power, Environmental Monitoring, Off-gas, Post-accident, Radiation Monitoring, Residual Heat Removal, and Suppression Pool systems.

Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in PPT120 and PPT121, or permission of Program Director.

Rotary, reciprocating and centrifugal pump operation. Positive displacement and metering pump operation. Diaphragm pulsafeeder operation. Disassembly, inspection and reassembly of radially and axially split centrifugal pumps. Troubleshooting and lab safety. Prerequisites: None.

Basic nuclear reactor theory to include reactor chemistry, water chemistry, radiation detection and protection principles, and reactor plant materials.

Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in PPT120 or permission of Program Director.

Electrical component types and characteristics, such as circuit breakers and fuses, instrumentation schematics, protective relaying, and inverters. In-depth reading and troubleshooting of electrical engineering and vendor prints. Operation and control of emergency power systems. Diesel Generators will also be covered.

Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in (ELC119 and ELC120) or permission of Program Director.