Sep 21, 2019  
2019-2020 General Catalog 
  
2019-2020 General Catalog

Academic Course Descriptions


Courses offered during the academic year covered by this catalog will be selected principally from those courses described on the following pages. Bossier Parish Community College reserves the right, however, to make revisions in these offerings.

Course Description Key

The course prefix is the first set of letters (see the prefix codes below) at the beginning of each course section. The course number is shown to the left of the title.

The significance of the numbering system is as follows:

000-099 Developmental courses for no degree credit

100-199 Freshmen level courses

200-299 Sophomore level courses

Contact and credit hours of each course are shown in parentheses immediately following the course title. The first figure indicates the total semester hours credit awarded to students for satisfactory completion of the course; the second number indicates the number of contact hours per week in lecture; the third number represents the number of contact hours per week in laboratory.

For example: (3-3-0)

3 semester hour credits

3 hours lecture per week

0 hours lab per week

Clinical, practicum, internship, or externship courses may indicate the course credit hours followed by the total number of contact hours. Some courses have prerequisites or corequisites listed. A prerequisite must be taken prior to entering a course; a corequisite must be taken prior to, or concurrently with, the course. For clarification on any prerequisites or corequisites, students should contact the appropriate dean. Students must make a “C” or higher in all prerequisite courses.

 

Communication Media

   •  COMM 221:Photoshop Retouch and Restoration
   •  COMM 222:Film Directing
   •  COMM 223:Publication Design
   •  COMM 225:Audio Production in Media
   •  COMM 228:Bridging Digital and Traditional Fine Art Techniques
   •  COMM 236:3D Modeling
   •  COMM 239:Motion Graphics
   •  COMM 240:American Cinema
   •  COMM 246:Introduction to 2D Animation
   •  COMM 250:News Reporting
   •  COMM 251:3D Animation
   •  COMM 256:Introduction to Multimedia Journalism
   •  COMM 257:Live Performance for the Media
   •  COMM 258:Media Portfolio
   •  COMM 259:Media Ethics
   •  COMM 260:Wedding and Event Photography
   •  COMM 267:Photography II
   •  COMM 270:Commercial Photography
   •  COMM 280:Digital Cinema Production
   •  COMM 281:Documentary Filmmaking
   •  COMM 282:Applied Film Production
   •  COMM 283:Applied Film Production II
   •  COMM 290:Pro Tools
   •  COMM 291:Sound and Studio Design
   •  COMM 292:Pro Tools II
   •  COMM 294:Studio Production
   •  COMM 295:Post-Production Techniques for Music
   •  COMM 297:Advanced Recording Techniques
   •  COMM 298:Advanced Sound Reinforcement
   •  COMM 299:Sound Design for Film and Video

Construction

   •  CONS 100:Introduction to Building Construction
   •  CONS 101:Materials and Methods I and Laboratory
   •  CONS 102:Materials and Methods II and Laboratory
   •  CONS 140:Construction Safety and the OSHA Standards
   •  CONS 150:Construction Contracting and Laws
   •  CONS 160:Construction Graphics and Specifications and Laboratory
   •  CONS 200:Sustainable Construction Science
   •  CONS 201:BPI Energy Analyst Certification Prep Class
   •  CONS 205:Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems
   •  CONS 210:Construction Surveying and Laboratory
   •  CONS 220:Construction Estimating and Laboratory
   •  CONS 230:Statics and Strengths of Materials and Lab
   •  CONS 250:Construction Management I and Laboratory
   •  CONS 280:Construction Management Internship

Corrections

   •  CORR 102:Introduction to Corrections
   •  CORR 201:Correctional Law
   •  CORR 210:Local and Adult Detention Facilities
   •  CORR 230:Probation, Parole, and Treatment
   •  CORR 250:Management of Correctional Facilities

Criminal Justice

   •  CJUS 101:Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 201:Criminal Law
   •  CJUS 202:Criminal Investigation
   •  CJUS 203:Civil Disturbances
   •  CJUS 204:Accident Investigation
   •  CJUS 205:Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 211:Criminology
   •  CJUS 232:Police Supervision
   •  CJUS 240:Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
   •  CJUS 250:Police Procedures
   •  CJUS 290:Homeland Security
   •  CJUS 291:Criminal Evidence and Procedure
   •  CJUS 292:Police-Community Relations
   •  CJUS 293:Ethics in Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 294:Medicolegal Death Investigation
   •  CJUS 295:Criminalistics
   •  CJUS 296:Introduction to Jurisprudence
   •  CJUS 297:Violence, Domestic and Other Abusers: What Officers Must Know
   •  CJUS 298:Criminal Justice Internship
   •  CJUS 299:Juvenile Justice

Culinary Arts

   •  CULA 100:Sanitation
   •  CULA 110:Nutrition
   •  CULA 115:Mathematics of Culinary Arts
   •  CULA 120:Food Preparation Principles
   •  CULA 125:Basic Skills Development
   •  CULA 130:The Hospitality Industry
   •  CULA 140:Food Preparation Fundamentals
   •  CULA 150:Menu Planning
   •  CULA 160:Dining Room Service
   •  CULA 170:Supervisory Management
   •  CULA 180:Culinary Arts Externship
   •  CULA 235:Purchasing and Cost Control

Education

   •  EDUC 201:Teaching and Learning in Diverse Settings I
   •  EDUC 202:Introduction to Educational Technology
   •  EDUC 250:Teaching and Learning in Diverse Settings II

Emergency Medical Technician: Paramedic

   •  EMTP 100:Emergency Medical Technician
   •  EMTP 100L:EMT Lab
   •  EMTP 201:Introduction to Paramedic
   •  EMTP 202:Airway Management and Ventilation
   •  EMTP 203:Patient Assessment
   •  EMTP 204:Treatment of the Trauma Patient
   •  EMTP 205:Treatment of the Medical Patient I
   •  EMTP 206:Special Considerations and Assessment Based Management
   •  EMTP 207:Operations
   •  EMTP 208:Treatment of the Medical Patient II
   •  EMTP 209:Applied Practice
   •  EMTP 211:Paramedic Clinical Experience
   •  EMTP 212:Paramedic Assessment and Review
   •  EMTP 213:Field Experience
   •  EMTP 214:Field Internship I
   •  EMTP 215:Field Internship II
 

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