Dec 10, 2019  
2018-2019 College Catalog 
2018-2019 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions

How to Read the Course Listings

The following listing is a basic description of courses currently offered by the college. Courses are listed alphabetically by department and numerically within the department. Descriptions are general in nature and are not intended to include all topics which may be part of the course. Specific course questions should be directed to the responsible academic department.

Explanation of Course Description Items:

Subject Code and Course Number - Each course is assigned a four-letter code identifying the course subject and a three-digit number.

Pre-requisite(s) - Course(s) that must be completed before the student is eligible to schedule the course.

Co-requisite(s) - Course(s) that must be taken during the same term as the course.

Pre- or co- requisite(s) - Course(s) that must be either completed before the student is eligible to schedule the course or taken during the same term as the course.

Lab Fee - Indicates that an additional fee will be required of students registering for the course. Lab fees vary by course from $10 and up.

Terms Offered - The term or terms the course is normally offered during the year.

Offered Distance Learning: Indicates whether the course is offered in a distance learning format. Refer to each term’s course listing for when it is offered as such. PLEASE NOTE: Distance Learning sections, or sections with a distance learning component, may have specific hardware and/or software requirements. Computers that meet these requirements are available for student use on campus.

Liberal Arts and Sciences Designation  - Courses designated as Liberal Arts and Sciences electives are identified with the applicable category name:

Humanities (HUM)
Mathematics (MAT)
Science (SCI)
Social Science (SSC)

SUNY General Education Designation(s)   - Courses designated as SUNY General Education electives are identified with the applicable category name(s):

American History (AH)
Arts (AR)
Basic Communications (BC)
Foreign Language (FL)
Humanities (HU)
Mathematics (MT)
Natural Science (NS)
Other World Civilizations (OC)
Social Science (SS)
Western Civilization (WC)

Applied Learning Type - Courses that include a service learning component are identified with the following abbreviations:

OSL - Optional Service Learning
RSL - Required Service Learning

Credits - The number of credits to be awarded to a student who successfully completes the course. If the credits are followed by “ND,” the course is not college-level and therefore not applicable toward a degree, but this number of hours will be included in the student’s tuition charge and course load status.

Contact Hours - Lists the type and number of contact hours per week for the course if taken in a standard term.

Lecture - The number of hours per week, during the standard term, that a particular course meets in a classroom situation.
Lab - The number of hours per week, during the standard term, that a particular course meets in a laboratory situation.
Other - The number of hours per week, during the standard term, that a particular course meets in a setting other than the classroom or laboratory. Field work, small group discussions and shop hours may be included in these hours.




   •  ACTG 100 Applied Accounting
   •  ACTG 110 Financial Accounting
   •  ACTG 111 Managerial Accounting
   •  ACTG 115 Honors Financial Accounting
   •  ACTG 116 Honors Managerial Accounting
   •  ACTG 120 Personal Finance
   •  ACTG 200 Accounting Computerized Systems
   •  ACTG 201 Principles of Quickbooks
   •  ACTG 202 Accounting Micro Systems I
   •  ACTG 210 Federal Income Tax
   •  ACTG 211 Cost Accounting
   •  ACTG 212 Not-For-Profit Accounting
   •  ACTG 215 Internal Auditing
   •  ACTG 216 Advanced Bookeeping Applications
   •  ACTG 218 Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACTG 219 Intermediate Accounting II

Administrative Information Management and Technology

   •  AITC 163 Integrated Applications
   •  AITC 166 Internship

Advanced Manufacturing Technology

   •  MFTS 100 Print Reading for Manufacturing
   •  MFTS 101 Introduction to Machine Tools (Laboratory I)
   •  MFTS 102 Machining Processes (Laboratory II)
   •  MFTS 103 Machine Tool Theory and Lab I
   •  MFTS 104 Machine Tool/CNC Theory and Lab II
   •  MFTS 111 Machining Processes Theory I
   •  MFTS 112 Machining Processes Theory II
   •  MFTS 115 Introduction to Computer Applications in Manufacturing
   •  MFTS 120 CAD Applications in Manufacturing
   •  MFTS 163 Machine Tool Theory and Lab I Part I
   •  MFTS 164 Machine Tool Theory and Lab I Part II
   •  MFTS 173 Machine Tool/CNC Theory and Lab II Part I
   •  MFTS 174 Machine Tool/CNC Theory and Lab II Part II
   •  MFTS 203 Advanced Machining Process Lab III
   •  MFTS 204 Manufacturing Capstone Project Lab IV
   •  MFTS 211 Manufacturing Processes
   •  MFTS 213 Process Planning
   •  MFTS 214 Quality Assurance and Control
   •  MFTS 215 Industrial Relations, Safety and Health
   •  MFTS 221 Numerical Control Programming
   •  MFTS 222 Numerical Control (Advanced)
   •  MFTS 223 Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) With Mastercam
   •  MFTS 231 Controls
   •  MFTS 241 Practical Metallurgy
   •  MFTS 261 Advanced Machining Processes Lab III, Part I
   •  MFTS 262 Advanced Machining Processes Lab III, Part II
   •  MFTS 271 Manufacturing Capstone Project Lab IV, Part I
   •  MFTS 272 Manufacturing Capstone Project Lab IV, Part II

American Sign Language

   •  ASLN 100 American Sign Language and Deaf Culture I
   •  ASLN 101 American Sign Language and Deaf Culture II


   •  ANTH 100 Anthropology


   •  ARBC 100 Arabic Language and Culture I
   •  ARBC 101 Arabic Language and Culture II

Automotive Technical Services – Autobody Repair

   •  AUBR 160 Body Mechanical
   •  AUBR 220 Passenger Car Body/Frame Construction
   •  AUBR 225 Frame Underbody Repair
   •  AUBR 228 Panel Straightening
   •  AUBR 230 Non-Structural Collision Repair Laboratory I
   •  AUBR 235 Collision Repair Laboratory II
   •  AUBR 236 Collision Repair Laboratory III
   •  AUBR 240 Automotive Refinishing I
   •  AUBR 245 Automotive Refinishing II
   •  AUBR 250 Estimating Autobody Repairs
   •  AUBR 255 Body Accessory Service/Repair
   •  AUBR 265 Basic Automotive Welding

Automotive Technical Services – General Motors

   •  AUCP 120 Automotive Electrical Systems and Components
   •  AUCP 150 Practical Work Experience I
   •  AUCP 155 Practical Work Experience II
   •  AUCP 220 Integral Frame and Suspension Component
   •  AUCP 250 Practical Work Experience III
   •  AUCP 255 Practical Work Experience IV

Automotive Technical Services

   •  AUTO 110 Automotive Services
   •  AUTO 120 Engines
   •  AUTO 125 Automotive Electricity
   •  AUTO 130 Automotive Specifications
   •  AUTO 140 Fuel Systems
   •  AUTO 145 Passenger Car Chassis I
   •  AUTO 150 Transmissions/Transaxles
   •  AUTO 160 Industrial Relations
   •  AUTO 200 America On Wheels
   •  AUTO 220 Alternative Fuels
   •  AUTO 225 Automotive Lab I
   •  AUTO 230 Automotive Lab II
   •  AUTO 235 Automotive Electronics
   •  AUTO 245 Passenger Car Chassis II
   •  AUTO 250 Diesel Engines
   •  AUTO 255 Passenger Car Diagnosis
   •  AUTO 260 Business Management
   •  AUTO 280 Hybrids
   •  AUTO 290 Hydrogen Power Systems

Bereavement Studies

   •  BRVT 110 Approaches to Death and Dying
   •  BRVT 120 Cross Cultural and Religious Perspectives for Bereavement
   •  BRVT 210 Contemporary Concepts in Bereavement
   •  BRVT 220 Advanced Bereavement Studies
   •  BRVT 230 Bereavement Internship


   •  BIOL 102 Orientation to Environmental Sciences
   •  BIOL 103 Orientation to Biology and Bioethics
   •  BIOL 104 Topics in Biology -The Environment
   •  BIOL 105 Topics in Biology -The Gene
   •  BIOL 109 Biology of The Human Organism
   •  BIOL 115 Medical Terminology
   •  BIOL 119 General Zoology

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