Community College of Aurora

2014-2015 Academic Catalog


Associate of Arts Degree in Spanish

Associate of Arts in Spanish Degree Requirements: 60 credits

General Education Requirements: 37 credits

English and Communication

(9 credits – GT-CO1, GT-CO2, GT-CO3)

Course #

Course Title

Credits

ENG 121

English Composition I

3

 

AND

 

ENG 122

English Composition II

3

 

OR

 

ENG 122

English Composition II

3

 

AND

 

One gtPathways approved CO3 Course

3

 

AND

 

COM 115

Public Speaking

3

 

OR

 

COM 125

Interpersonal Communications

3

Mathematics

(3 credits – MA1)

Select one course

Course #

Course Title

Credits

MAT 120

Mathematics for Liberal Arts

4

MAT 121

College Algebra

4

MAT 122

College Trigonometry

3

MAT 123

Finite Math

4

MAT 125

Survey of Calculus

4

MAT 135

Introduction to Statistics

3

MAT 166

Pre-Calculus

3

MAT 201

Calculus I

5

MAT 202

Calculus II

5

MAT 203

Calculus III

4

MAT 204

Calculus III with Engineering Applications

5

MAT 215

Discrete Math

4

MAT 261

Differential Equations with Engineering Applications

4

MAT 265

Differential Equations

3

Arts and Humanities

(9 credits-AH1, AH2, AH3, AH4)

Please Note: Those students who have a higher proficiency level than is required for SPA 211 or 212 should substitute other Arts & Humanities

courses. Heritage speakers may want to substitute SPA 261 (Grammar-Heritage language Speaker) and SPA 262 (Comp-Heritage Language Speaker), if available.

Course #

Course Title

Credits

SPA 211

Spanish Language III

3

SPA 212

Spanish Language IV

3

 

AND

 

Select 1 course from the following:

Category I (GT-AH1)

ART 110

Art Appreciation

3

ART 111

Art History - Ancient to Medieval

3

ART 112

Art History - Renaissance to Modern

3

ART 207

Art History, 1900-Present

3

DAN 125

History of Dance

3

MUS 120

Music Appreciation

3

MUS 121

Music History I

3

MUS 122

Music History II

3

MUS 123

Survey of World Music

3

MUS 125

History of Jazz

3

THE 105

Theatre Appreciation

3

THE 108

Theatre Script Analysis

3

THE 211

Development of Theatre I

3

THE 212

Development of Theatre II

3

THE 215

Playwriting

3

Category II (GT-AH2)

HUM 115

World Mythology

3

HUM 121

Humanities I

3

HUM 122

Humanities II

3

HUM 123

Humanities III

3

LIT 115

Introduction to Literature

3

LIT 201

World Literature to 1600

3

LIT 202

World Literature after 1600

3

LIT 205

Ethnic Literature

3

LIT 211

American Literature to Civil War

3

LIT 212

American Literature after Civil War

3

LIT 221

British Literature to 1770

3

LIT 222

British Literature after 1770

3

LIT 225

Introduction to Shakespeare

3

LIT 259

Survey of African American Literature

3

LIT 268

Celtic Literature

3

Category III (GT-AH3)

PHI 111

Introduction to Philosophy

3

PHI 112

Ethics

3

PHI 113

Logic

3

PHI 114

Comparative Religions

3

PHI 115

World Religions West

3

PHI 116

World Religions East

3

PHI 214

Philosophy of Religion

3

PHI 218

Environmental Ethics

3

PHI 220

Philosophy of Death and Dying

3

Category IV (GT-AH4)

FRE 211

French III

3

FRE 212

French IV

3

GER 211

German III

3

GER 212

German IV

3

ITA 211

Italian III

3

ITA 212

Italian IV

3

JPN 211

Japanese III

3

JPN 212

Japanese IV

3

RUS 211

Russian III

3

RUS 212

Russian IV

3

SPA 211

Spanish III

3

SPA 212

Spanish IV

3

Social and Behavioral Sciences

(3 credits – GT-HI1)

Course #

Course Title

Credits

Category I

HIS 244

History of Latin America

3

 

OR

 

One other gtPathways History course (GT-HI1) focusing on the Spanish-speaking world (non-U.S.) or another gtPathways non-U.S. History course

3

 

AND

 

(6 credits – GT-SS1, GT-SS2, GT-SS3)

Select 2 courses.

Course #

Course Title

Credits

Category II (GT-SS1)

AGE 102

Agricultural Economics

3

ECO 101

Economics of Social Issues

3

ECO 201

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

ECO 202

Principles of Microeconomics

3

ECO 211

Gender in the Economy

3

ECO 245

Environmental Economics

3

POS 105

Introduction to Political Science

3

POS 111

American Government

3

POS 125

American State and Local Government

3

POS 205

International Relations

3

POS 225

Comparative Government

3

Category III (GT-SS2)

GEO 105

World Regional Geography

3

GEO 106

Human Geography

3

Category IV (GT-SS3)

ANT 101

Cultural Anthropology

3

ANT 107

Introduction to Archaeology

3

ANT 108

Archaeology of World Rock Art

3

ANT 111

Physical Anthropology

3

ANT 201

Introduction to Forensic Anthropology

3

ANT 215

Indians of North America

3

ANT 250

Medical Anthropology

3

AGR 260

World Independence: Population and Food

3

COM 220

Intercultural Communication

3

ETH 200

Introduction of Ethnic Studies

3

JOU 105

Introduction to Mass Media

3

PSY 101

General Psychology I

3

PSY 102

General Psychology II

3

PSY 205

Psychology of Gender

3

PSY 217

Human Sexuality

3

PSY 226

Social Psychology

3

PSY 227

Psychology of Death and Dying

3

PSY 235

Human Growth & Development

3

PSY 238

Child Development

3

PSY 240

Health Psychology

3

PSY 249

Abnormal Psychology

3

PSY 265

Psychology of Personality

3

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology I

3

SOC 102

Introduction to Sociology II

3

SOC 205

Sociology of Family Dynamics

3

SOC 207

Environmental Sociology

3

SOC 215

Contemporary Social Problems

3

SOC 216

Sociology of Gender

3

SOC 218

Sociology of Diversity

3

SOC 220

Sociology of Religion

3

SOC 231

The Sociology of Deviant Behavior

3

SOC 237

Sociology of Death and Dying

3

WST 200

Introduction to Women’s Studies

3

WST 225

Perspective on Women and Social Change

3

WST 240

Goddesses and Women of the Ancient World

3

WST 249

Women's Sexuality

3

Natural and Physical Sciences

(7 Credits - SC1 and SC2)

Select 2 courses. One of these courses must have the required laboratory (GT-SC1).

Category I (GT-SC1)

Course #

Course Title

Credits

AGY 240

Introduction to Soil Science with Lab

4

AST 101

Astronomy I with Lab

4

AST 102

Astronomy II with Lab

4

BIO 105

Science of Biology with Lab

4

BIO 111

General College Biology I with Lab

5

BIO 112

General College Biology II with Lab

5

BIO 201

Human Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab

4

BIO 202

Human Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab

4

BIO 204

Microbiology with Lab

4

BIO 208

General College Microbiology with Lab

5

BIO 220

General Zoology with Lab

5

BIO 221

Botany with Lab

5

CHE 101

Introduction to Chemistry I with Lab

5

CHE 102

Introduction to Chemistry II with Lab

5

CHE 105

Chemistry in Context, with Lab

5

CHE 111

General College Chemistry I with Lab

5

CHE 112

General College Chemistry II with Lab

5

ENV 101

Introduction to Environmental Science with Lab

5

GEO 111

Physical Geography - Landforms with Lab

4

GEO 112

Physical Geography - Weather and Climate with Lab

4

GEY 111

Physical Geology, with Lab

4

GEY 112

Historical Geology, with Lab

4

GEY 135

Environmental Geology, with Lab

4

MET 150

General Meteorology, with Lab

4

NRE 251

General Oceanography , with Lab

4

PHY 105

Conceptual Physics, with Lab

4

PHY 111

Physics: Algebra-based I with Lab

5

PHY 112

Physics: Algebra-based II with Lab

5

PHY 211

Physics: Calculus-Based I with Lab

5

PHY 212

Physics: Calculus-Based II with Lab

5

SCI 155

Integrated Science I - Physics and Chemistry, with Lab

4

SCI 156

Integrated Science II - Earth and Life Science, with Lab

4

Category II (GT-SC2)

Course #

Course Title

Credits

BIO 103

Principals of Animal Biology

3

BIO 116

Introduction to Human Disease

3

ENV 110

Natural Disasters

3

GEY 108

Geology of U.S. National Parks

3

SCI 105

Science in Society

3

General Education Credits

37

Additional Required Spanish Courses: 10 credits

Course #

Course Title

Credits

SPA 111

Spanish Language I

5

SPA 112

Spanish Language II

5

Please Note: SPA 111 and/or SPA 112 may be waived, based on a student's proficiency level. Students should consult a departmental advisor at the four-year college or university.

Associate of Arts in Spanish Electives: 13 credits

Choose any gtPathways courses. Suggested courses: 200-level Spanish courses; courses outside the Spanish department with content related to the Spanish-speaking world.

Total General Education Credits

37

Total Additional Required Spanish Courses

10

Total Electives

13

A.A. Degree in Spanish, Total Required Credits

60

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2014-2015 Academic Catalog

Community College of Aurora Catalog

Academic Calendar

College Facilities and Locations

Welcome to the Community College of Aurora

Getting Started and Admissions

Advising and Registration

Financial Matters

Academic Matters

Services for Students

My Student Record

Graduation Requirements

Student Rights and Responsibilities

List of Degrees and Certificates

Catalog Guide

Associate Degrees and Certificates

Course Descriptions

Academic Achievement Courses

Accounting Courses

American Sign Language (ASL) Courses

Agriculture Courses

Agriculture Crops and Soils Courses

Agriculture Economics Courses

Anthropology Courses

Arabic Courses

Art, Design, Jewelry and Photography

Astronomy Courses

Biology Courses

Biotechnology Courses

Business Courses

Chemistry Courses

Chinese Courses

Communication Courses

CHW 100 Introduction to Community Health Work

COM 126 Communication in Healthcare

CHW 297 Community Health Worker Field Experience

CHW 138 Patient Navigation

CHW 135 Basics of Chronic Disease

CHW 136 Psych Impact Chronic Disease

CHW 120 Community Health Issues

CHW 137 End-of-Life/Palliative Care

Computer Assisted Drafting Courses

Computer Networking Technology Courses

Computer Information Systems Courses

Computer Science Courses

Computer Web Based Courses

Criminal Justice Courses

CRJ 209 Criminal Investigation I

Dance Courses

Diesel Power Mechanics Courses

Early Childhood Education Courses

Economics Courses

Education Courses

Electricity Industrial/Commercial Course

Emergency Medical Provider Courses

EMT – Paramedic Courses

Energy Technologies Courses

Engineering Courses

EGG 151 Experimental Design (Introduction to Experimental Design and Engineering)

English as a Second Language Courses

English Courses

Environmental Science Courses

Ethnic Studies Courses

Film and Video Media Courses

Fire Science Technology Courses

Fire Science Wildland Courses

French Courses

Geography Courses

Geology Courses

German Courses

Government Courses

Health Professional Courses

Health Wellness Education Courses

Hebrew Courses

History Courses

Holistic Health Professional Courses

Humanities Courses

Italian Courses

Japanese Courses

Journalism Courses

Law Enforcement Academy Courses

Literature Courses

Management Courses

Marketing Courses

Mathematics Courses

Meteorology Courses

Music Courses

Music Private Instruction Courses

Natural Resource Courses

Occupational Safety Course

Paralegal Courses

Philosophy Courses

Photography Courses

Physical Education Courses

Physics Courses

Political Science Courses

Psychology Courses

Public Security Management Courses

Real Estate Courses

Respiratory Care Courses

Russian Courses

Science Courses

Small Business Management Courses

Sociology Courses

Spanish Courses

Speech Courses

Study Skills Courses

Theatre Courses

Translation and Interpretation Courses

Women’s Studies Courses

Administration and Staff

Faculty and Staff

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