Community College of Rhode Island

Spring 2004

 

Discipline: Management
Title: Introduction to Business
Course Number: BUSN-1010
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13264
Professor: Warren
3 credit hours

Discipline: Management
Title: Principles of Management
Course Number: BUSN-2050
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13326
Professor: Rowey
3 credit hours

An introduction to the basic role of the manager in modern business. Among the topics discussed are long range planning, departmentation, authority relationships, staffing, control training, motivation of personnel and business leadership.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Computers
Course Number: COMI-1100
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10566
Professor: Paquet
3 credit hours

The computer literacy course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of computers and Technology. Students will be introduced to the operation and terminology of computer systems as well as certain micro- computer application packages such as word processing, spreadsheets, database systems.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Computers
Course Number: COMI-1100
Section Number: 601
Call Number: 602
Professor: Paquet

3 credit hours

The computer literacy course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of computers and Technology. Students will be introduced to the operation and terminology of computer systems as well as certain micro- computer application packages such as word processing, spreadsheets, database systems.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Computers
Course Number: COMI-1100
Section Number: 603
Call Number: 10568
Professor: Paquet

3 credit hours

The computer literacy course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of computers and Technology. Students will be introduced to the operation and terminology of computer systems as well as certain micro- computer application packages such as word processing, spreadsheets, database systems.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Computers
Course Number: COMI-1100
Section Number: 604
Call Number: 13356
Professor: Paquet

3 credit hours

The computer literacy course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of computers and Technology. Students will be introduced to the operation and terminology of computer systems as well as certain micro- computer application packages such as word processing, spreadsheets, database systems.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Programming Concepts
Course Number: COMI-1150
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13198
Professor: Allen
3 credit hours

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Windows
Course Number: COMI-1451
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10638

1 credit hours

This module is designed to familiarize the student with the graphical user operating environment. Basic functions of Windows will be demonstrated. The student will do laboratory assignments to utilize the basic operating functions of Windows such as file handling, fonts, graphics, icons and Screen Control.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Intermediate Windows
Course Number: COMI-1452
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10640
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1451
1 credit hours

This This module is designed to familiarize the student with the graphical user operating environment. Intermediate functions of WINDOWS OLE (Object Link and Imbedding Files) and SOUND will be demonstrated. The student will do laboratory assignments to uti- lize these intermediate operating functions of WINDOWS and also demonstrate them in class.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Advanced Windows
Course Number: COMI-1453
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10642
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1451 & 1452

1 credit hours

This This module is designed to demonstrate advanced techniques of the WINDOWS operating system. Topics will include COMPOUND FILES, OLE, SOUND, VIDEO, MULTI-MEDIA file editing and CD-ROM.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Visio
Course Number: COMI-1475
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13197
Professor: Allen

1 credit hours

Discipline: Technology
Title: Visual Basic Programming
Course Number: COMI-1520
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10655
Professor: Basilico

3 credit hours

Discipline: Technology
Title: Intro to WordProcessing
Course Number: COMI-1640
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13200
Professor: Grande

1 credit hours

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to HTML
Course Number: COMI-1751
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10681
Professor: Ruscito
Prerequisite(s): COMI 110 & three credits in programing language
1 credit hour

This 1-credit course introduces students to the use of the HTML language and its associated tools including the basic features of HTML scripting.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Intermediate HTML
Course Number: COMI-1752
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13201
Professor: Ruscito
1 credit hour

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Web Page Development - FRONTPAGE
Course Number: COMI-1771
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10691
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1451 & 1640
1 credit hour

This course is designed to familiarize the student with a one-level World Wide Web page. The student will design and create a one- level web page set containing a frame page, link table, form fields, graphic slide pages or download page.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Intermediate Web Page Development - FRONTPAGE
Course Number: COMI-1772
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10693
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1771
1 credit hour

This course is designed to familiarize the student with a two-level World Wide Web page. The student will design and create a two- level web page set containing a frame page, link table, form fields, graphic slide pages or download page.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Advanced Web Page Development - CGI and PEARL - FRONTPAGE
Course Number: COMI-1773
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10695
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1772 & six credits in programming language
1 credit hour

CGI is a mechanism that allows a programmer to create interactive and dynamic web pages. This hands-on approach is intended for Web programmers who are getting started with CGI.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Web Page Development - FRONTPAGE
Course Number: COMI-1771
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10178
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1451 & 1640
1 credit hour

This course is designed to familiarize the student with a one-level World Wide Web page. The student will design and create a one- level web page set containing a frame page, link table, form fields, graphic slide pages or download page.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Intermediate Web Page Development - FRONTPAGE
Course Number: COMI-1772
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10180
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1771
1 credit hour

This course is designed to familiarize the student with a two-level World Wide Web page. The student will design and create a two- level web page set containing a frame page, link table, form fields, graphic slide pages or download page.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Intro to XML
Course Number: COMI-8023
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 11483
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s):

1 credit hours

Discipline: Writing
Title: Composition II
Course Number: ENGL-2010
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 11886
Professor: Younkin

Dates: starts week of 05/19/03, ends week of 07/28/03

3 credit hours

Discipline: Liberal Arts
Title: Cooperative Work Experience I
Course Number: LIBA-1010
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 11863
Professor: Steele

Dates: starts week of 05/19/03, ends week of 08/19/03

4 credit hours

Cooperative Work Experience I for Allied Health, Chemical Technology, Computer Science, Engineering, Fine Arts, Fire Science, General Studies, Human Service, Industrial Technology, Liberal Arts, Nursing, Law Enforcement and Paralegal Studies.

Discipline: Office Administration
Title: Basic Keyboarding Mastery
Course Number: OFAD-1160
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 11320
Professor: Squizzero
2 credit hours

This course is designed for the personal use of keyboarding skill. It is intended for the begin- ning student and those who have had a mini- mum of keyboarding instruction. The major objectives are to develop touch control of the keyboard and proper typing techniques, build basic speed and accuracy skills, and provide practice in applying these beginning skills to basic document formatting.

Discipline: Office Administration
Title: Basic Keyboarding Mastery
Course Number: OFAD-1160
Section Number: 601
Call Number: 12605
Professor: Squizzero
2 credit hours

This course is designed for the personal use of keyboarding skill. It is intended for the begin- ning student and those who have had a mini- mum of keyboarding instruction. The major objectives are to develop touch control of the keyboard and proper typing techniques, build basic speed and accuracy skills, and provide practice in applying these beginning skills to basic document formatting.

 

Fall

Discipline: Management
Title: Principles of Management
Course Number: BUSN-2050
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10347
Professor: TBA
3 credit hours

An introduction to the basic role of the manager in modern business. Among the topics discussed are long range planning, departmentation, authority relationships, staffing, control training, motivation of personnel and business leadership.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Computers
Course Number: COMI-1100
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10481
Professor: Paquet
Dates: starts week of 09/03, ends week of 12/21

3 credit hours

The computer literacy course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of computers and Technology. Students will be introduced to the operation and terminology of computer systems as well as certain micro- computer application packages such as word processing, spreadsheets, database systems.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Computers
Course Number: COMI-1100
Section Number: 601
Call Number: 10482
Professor: Paquet
Dates: starts week of 09/03, ends week of 12-21
3 credit hours

The computer literacy course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of computers and Technology. Students will be introduced to the operation and terminology of computer systems as well as certain micro- computer application packages such as word processing, spreadsheets, database systems.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Computers
Course Number: COMI-1100
Section Number: 602
Call Number: 10483
Professor: Paquet
Dates: starts week of 10/14, ends week of 12/16
3 credit hours

The computer literacy course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of computers and Technology. Students will be introduced to the operation and terminology of computer systems as well as certain micro- computer application packages such as word processing, spreadsheets, database systems.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Computers
Course Number: COMI-1100
Section Number: 603
Call Number: 13438
Professor: Paquet
Dates: starts week of 10/14, ends week of 12/16
3 credit hours

The computer literacy course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of computers and Technology. Students will be introduced to the operation and terminology of computer systems as well as certain micro- computer application packages such as word processing, spreadsheets, database systems.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to WINDOWS
Course Number: COMI-1451
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10542
Professor: Allen
Dates: starts week of 09/09, ends week of 10/07
1 credit hours

This module is designed to familiarize the student with the graphical user operating environment. Basic functions of WINDOWS will be demonstrated. The student will do laboratory assignments to utilize the basic operating functions of WINDOWS such as file handling, fonts, graphics, icons and Screen Control.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Intermediate WINDOWS
Course Number: COMI-1452
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10545
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1451
Dates: starts week of 10/14, ends week of 11/18
1 credit hours

This This module is designed to familiarize the student with the graphical user operating environment. Intermediate functions of WINDOWS OLE (Object Link and Imbedding Files) and SOUND will be demonstrated. The student will do laboratory assignments to uti- lize these intermediate operating functions of WINDOWS and also demonstrate them in class.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Advanced WINDOWS
Course Number: COMI-1453
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10547
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1451 & 1452
Dates: starts week of 11/25, ends week of 12/16
1 credit hours

This This module is designed to demonstrate advanced techniques of the WINDOWS operating system. Topics will include COMPOUND FILES, OLE, SOUND, VIDEO, MULTI-MEDIA file editing and CD-ROM.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to HTML
Course Number: COMI-1751
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10587
Professor: Ruscito
Prerequisite(s): COMI 110 & three credits in programing language
Dates: starts week of 09/08, ends week of 10/06
1 credit hour

This 1-credit course introduces students to the use of the HTML language and its associated tools including the basic features of HTML scripting.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Web Page Development - FRONTPAGE
Course Number: COMI-1771
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10598
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1451 & 1640
Dates: starts week of 09/09, ends week of 10/07
1 credit hour

This course is designed to familiarize the student with a one-level World Wide Web page. The student will design and create a one- level web page set containing a frame page, link table, form fields, graphic slide pages or download page.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Intermediate Web Page Development - FRONTPAGE
Course Number: COMI-1772
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10602
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1771
Dates: starts week of 10/14, ends week of 11/18

1 credit hour

This course is designed to familiarize the student with a two-level World Wide Web page. The student will design and create a two- level web page set containing a frame page, link table, form fields, graphic slide pages or download page.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Advanced Web Page Development - CGI and PEARL - FRONTPAGE
Course Number: COMI-1773
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 10606
Professor: Paquet
Prerequisite(s): COMI 1772 & six credits in programming language
Dates: starts week of 11/25, ends week of 12/16

1 credit hour

CGI is a mechanism that allows a programmer to create interactive and dynamic web pages. This hands-on approach is intended for Web programmers who are getting started with CGI.

Discipline: Nursing
Title: Nursing Documentation
Course Number: HEAL-1080
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 11754
Professor: Rajotte
Prerequisite(s): Nursing Student or practicing nurse
3 credit hours

This five-week, one-credit WebCt course is designed to help the nursing student/ practicing nurse develop nursing documenta- tion skills within a variety of systems and methods. Legal and ethical implications of documentation are described. There is a strong emphasis on documentation systems utilizing the nursing process framework. Students will be encouraged to analyze and apply what they have learned with the use of case studies.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Introduction to Library Research on the Internet
Course Number: LRCT-1010
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13219
Professor: Marge

Dates: starts week of 9/06, ends week of 11/08

1 credit hour

Discipline: Liberal Arts
Title: Cooperative Work Experience I
Course Number: LIBA-1010
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 12089
Professor: Marge
4 credit hours

Cooperative Work Experience I for Allied Health, Chemical Technology, Computer Science, Engineering, Fine Arts, Fire Science, General Studies, Human Service, Industrial Technology, Liberal Arts, Nursing, Law Enforcement and Paralegal Studies.

Discipline: Liberal Arts
Title: Cooperative Work Experience I
Course Number: LIBA-1010
Section Number: 601
Call Number: 12090
Professor: Steele
4 credit hours

Cooperative Work Experience I for Allied Health, Chemical Technology, Computer Science, Engineering, Fine Arts, Fire Science, General Studies, Human Service, Industrial Technology, Liberal Arts, Nursing, Law Enforcement and Paralegal Studies.

Discipline: Liberal Arts
Title: Cooperative Work Experience I
Course Number: LIBA-1010
Section Number: 602
Call Number: 13287
Professor: Fay
4 credit hours

Cooperative Work Experience I for Allied Health, Chemical Technology, Computer Science, Engineering, Fine Arts, Fire Science, General Studies, Human Service, Industrial Technology, Liberal Arts, Nursing, Law Enforcement and Paralegal Studies.

Discipline: Liberal Arts
Title: Cooperative Work Experience II
Course Number: LIBA-1020
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13105
Professor: TBA
Prerequisite(s): Liba-1010
4 credit hours

An extension of Cooperative Work Experience I in which students develop an in-depth knowledge of specific content areas and demonstrate increased levels of expertise in these areas. Students work approximately 15-20 hours a week in an approved Cooperative Work Experience site. Students participate in a one hour and forty minute weekly seminar on campus.

Discipline: Office Administration
Title: Basic Keyboarding Mastery
Course Number: OFAD-1160
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 12671
Professor: TBA
2 credit hours

This course is designed for the personal use of keyboarding skill. It is intended for the begin- ning student and those who have had a mini- mum of keyboarding instruction. The major objectives are to develop touch control of the keyboard and proper typing techniques, build basic speed and accuracy skills, and provide practice in applying these beginning skills to basic document formatting.

Discipline: Office Administration
Title: Basic Keyboarding Mastery
Course Number: OFAD-1160
Section Number: 601
Call Number: 13402
Professor: TBA
2 credit hours

This course is designed for the personal use of keyboarding skill. It is intended for the begin- ning student and those who have had a mini- mum of keyboarding instruction. The major objectives are to develop touch control of the keyboard and proper typing techniques, build basic speed and accuracy skills, and provide practice in applying these beginning skills to basic document formatting.

Discipline: Writing
Title: Composition
Course Number: ENGL-2010
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13219
Professor: Younkin

Dates: starts week of 9/03, ends week of 12/21

4 credit hour

Discipline: Psychology
Title: Drugs & Human Behavior
Course Number: HMNS-1040
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13364
Professor: Pellicio

Dates: starts week of 9/03, ends week of 12/21

4 credit hour

Discipline:
Title: Composition
Course Number: ENGL-2010
Section Number: 600
Call Number: 13219
Professor: Younkin

Dates: starts week of 9/03, ends week of 12/21

4 credit hour

 

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