reproducing graphic images on a wide variety of objects,from paper to wooden signs and ceramic objects.This course covers inking,sub-
strates and transfer processes. GRAM 215 Computer Graphics II
Prerequisites:VISC 115.This course will showcase the design tricks and techniques of vector graphics use.It is assumed that students will already know computer basics and can take assigned projects
from basic idea to completed artwork. GRDN 110 Fundamentals of Gardening
Prerequisites:None.Studies the horticulture principles of garden plant structure,growth and development and soil science.Includes cultural practices,propagation techniques,plant care,nutrition,
maintenance,and disease and insect control. GRDN 111 Aboriculture: Trees and Shrubs
Prerequisites:None.Studies the identification,selection criteria, growth habits,growing conditions,installation techniques and maintenance requirements for woody plantings,including ever- green and deciduous shade and ornamental trees,shrubs and vines.
GRDN 112 Floriculture: Annuals and Perennials
Prerequisites:None.Studies the identification,selection and design criteria for herbaceous ornamentals found in garden beds,borders and containers.Students will research the growing conditions,plant- ing techniques and maintenance requirements for perennial and annual plantings.
GRDN 113 Turf Management: Grasses and Groundcovers
Prerequisites:None.Introduces the identification and selection crite- ria for grasses and groundcovers.Includes the growing conditions, installation techniques and maintenance requirements for a healthy
lawn and landscape. GRDN 114 Garden Design I
Prerequisites:None.Survey of basic garden landscape design. Includes topics on plant types and uses,client requirements,design concepts,site analysis,and garden planting plans and project pres- entation methods.Emphasizes the principles and techniques for
designing outdoor gathering and living places. GRDN 115 History of Garden Design
Prerequisites:None.An overview of the history of garden design and landscape architecture from antiquities through the 21st century. Students will research influential garden designers,landscape archi-
tects, garden restoration and current trends. GRDN 116 Theme Gardening
Prerequisites:None.Introduction to garden styles and border design.
Students will create theme gardens with an emphasis on plant com- binations, color,function and aesthetics.Includes studies in water, shade,wildlife,native,low-maintenance and container gardens.
GRDN 231 Garden Design II
Prerequisites: INTD 102 and GRDN 114.Continuation of GRDN 114.An advanced study of design principles,concept development,creative problem solving and planning skills through a master plan approach. Emphasizes the formation of working drawings and contract docu- ments, barrier-free applications,business practices,project facilitation
and the relationship between individuals and their surroundings.
GRDN 232 Garden and Landscape Design III
Prerequisites: INTD 105 and INTD 216 and GRDN 231.Continuation of GRDN 231.Students will define and develop a program for an advanced landscape design problem from concept development through professional presentation.Emphasis is on research method-
ology and project comprehension and management.
HAZM 100 OSHA Regulations
Prerequisites: None.This course provides a study of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) regulations that pertain to protecting workers from exposure to occupational hazards.Students concentrate on researching,interpreting,summa-
rizing, and applying the OSHA regulations. HAZM 200 EPA Regulations
Prerequisites: None.This course provides a detailed study of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations pertaining to hazardous waste management,with an emphasis on the require- ments of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976,the Comprehensive Environmental Response,Compensation,and Liability Act of 1980 and the Superfund Amendments and
Reauthorization Act of 1986. HAZM 201 Contingency Planning
Prerequisites:None.How to develop an emergency response contin- gency plan for a facility or community.Preparedness includes ana- lyzing the hazards,writing and implementing the contingency plans,training employees for an emergency,and evaluating the
effectiveness of the contingency plan. HAZM 203 Sampling Procedures
Prerequisites:None.A variety of sampling procedures used in indus- trial settings for emergency response.Topics to be covered include: sampling and monitoring devices,industrial hygiene monitoring, water and waste stream monitoring,outside air sampling,soil and radiation sampling.Emphasis will be placed on collecting and pre- serving representative samples,interpreting laboratory results,and on complying with relevant federal regulations.
HAZM 205 DOT Regulations
Prerequisites: None.A detailed study of the U.S.Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations.Students shall be introduced to certain Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Environmental Protection Agency regulations pertinent to hazardous materials
HAZM 220 Hazardous Materials Recovery, Incineration and Disposal
Prerequisites: HAZM 100.The methods of recovery,incineration and/or disposal of hazardous waste.Topics include contracting quali- fied disposal organizations,obtaining permits and ensuring regula- tory compliance of hazardous waste.Topics include contracting qual- ified disposal organizations,obtaining permits and ensuring regula-
tory compliance of hazardous waste. HCMG 125 Health Care Systems and Trends
Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assess- ment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025 and ENGL 032 and MATH 044 or MATH 015.An introduction to the health care indus- try emphasizing the systems approach to health care and the current trends facing the industry.Gives special attention to managed care
HCMG 225 Finance and Budgeting for Health Care
Prerequisites:ACCT 101.Importance is placed on the development and use of departmental budgets.Financial statements will be used to project future expenses and revenues for an organization and/or department.Emphasizes the reimbursement process for a managed care environment and purchasing procedures.
HCMG 226 Organizational Development In
Prerequisites: BUSN 105 and HCMG 125.Examines organizational structure in health care organizations,including traditional struc- tures and reengineering of the health care industry.Covers staff development,training,job analysis and design,and departmental
staffing.Discusses medical ethics. HIMT 101 Health Information Systems
Prerequisites:Program Advisor Approval.Provides opportunity for the investigation of career opportunities,ethics,history,and functions of a health information management profession.Presents the origina- tion, content,and development of patient indices and patient records.Overview of the design,maintenance and use of manual and computerized health information systems for filing,numbering,and storage of patient information.
HIMT 102 Health Data Content and Structure 2 Credits Prerequisites:Program Advisor Approval.Introduction to health data collections methods for health information systems.Study of the