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    Community College of Vermont
   
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
Catalog 2017-2018

Courses


The courses listed in this Catalog are all the courses that CCV has approved for the 2017-18 academic year. Though approved, some of these courses may not be offered during the ‘17-‘18 academic year. Several months before the start of each semester, CCV publishes a Schedule that indicates what courses are available in particular locations and the exact times and dates for that semester.

NOTE ON PREREQUISITES: Because basic academic skills (reading, writing, math) are prerequisites for CCV college-level courses, they are not always listed in each course’s description.

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Developmental Skills

   •  DEV 0540 - Taking Tests & Examinations
   •  DEV 0250 - Transition to College & Careers

Economics

   •  ECO 2020 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 2030 - Microeconomics

Education

   •  EDU 2065 - Afterschool Education & Development of the School-Aged Child
   •  EDU 1240 - Assessment of Prior Learning
   •  EDU 1070 - Critical Thinking
   •  EDU 2045 - Curriculum Development for Early Childhood Education
   •  EDU 2042 - Early Childhood Education & Afterschool Program Management
   •  EDU 1225 - Focused Portfolio Development
   •  EDU 1250 - Fostering Creative Learning for Children
   •  EDU 2010 - Foundations of Education
   •  EDU 1040 - Fundamentals for Early Childhood Professionals
   •  EDU 1320 - Introduction to Afterschool Education
   •  EDU 1030 - Introduction to Early Childhood Education
   •  EDU 1270 - Introduction to Early Intervention
   •  EDU 2110 - Introduction to Exceptional Populations
   •  EDU 2480 - Introduction to Online Teaching
   •  EDU 2041 - Leadership, Mentoring & Supervision for Early Childhood & Afterschool Practitioners
   •  EDU 2075 - Literature for Children
   •  EDU 2150 - Management of the Classroom
   •  INT 2860 - Professional Field Experience
   •  EDU 2015 - Teaching with Writing

Emergency Management

   •  EMP 2020 - Decision Making & Problem Solving in a Crisis
   •  EMP 1020 - Emergency Planning
   •  EMP 1010 - Principles of Emergency Management

English

   •  ENG 0041 - Basic Writing
   •  ENG 1230 - Business & Professional Writing
   •  ENG 2395 - Contemporary World Literature
   •  ENG 2101 - Creative Writing I
   •  ENG 2102 - Creative Writing II
   •  ENG 2150 - Creative Writing: Autobiography & Memoir
   •  ENG 2120 - Creative Writing: Poetry
   •  ENG 2370 - Detective Fiction
   •  ENG 1070 - Effective Speaking
   •  ENG 1061 - English Composition
   •  ENG 1062 - English Composition II
   •  ENG 0130 - Foundations of Reading & Writing: English Language Learners
   •  ENG 0121 - Foundations of Reading & Writing: Society
   •  ENG 0120 - Foundations of Reading & Writing: the Self
   •  ENG 2050 - Global Issues in the Media
   •  ENG 1310 - Introduction to Literature
   •  ENG 1020 - Introduction to Research Methods
   •  ENG 2310 - Introduction to Shakespeare
   •  ENG 1410 - Introduction to the Novel
   •  ENG 2340 - Native American Literature
   •  ENG 2560 - Nature & Literature
   •  ENG 2135 - Technical Writing & Research
   •  ENG 2360 - The Literature of New England
   •  ENG 2090 - Travel Writing
   •  ENG 2580 - War Literature
   •  ENG 2510 - Women & Literature
   •  ENG 1350 - World Mythology
   •  ENG 2145 - Writing for Multimedia

Environmental Science

   •  ENV 1230 - Current Environmental Issues
   •  ENV 1055 - Fundamentals of Earth Science
   •  ENV 1010 - Introduction to Environmental Science
   •  ENV 2010 - Moving toward Sustainability
   •  ENV 2050 - Natural History of Vermont
   •  ENV 1310 - Sustainable Buildings

Film Studies

   •  FLM 1050 - Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
   •  FLM 2050 - Introduction to Film Study
   •  FLM 1060 - The Documentary Film

French

   •  FRE 1111 - French I
   •  FRE 1112 - French II

Geography

   •  GEO 2230 - Globalization in the Modern World
   •  GEO 1010 - Introduction to Geography
   •  GEO 2020 - World Regions & Cultures

Geology

   •  GEY 1030 - Dynamic Earth: Introduction to Physical Geology

History

   •  HIS 1211 - American History I
   •  HIS 1212 - American History II
   •  HIS 2560 - History of Homosexuality in Western Civilization
   •  HIS 2220 - History of the American West
   •  HIS 2420 - Latin American History & Culture
   •  HIS 2250 - Modern Middle Eastern History
   •  HIS 2230 - Modern Russian History
   •  HIS 1220 - Native American Histories & Cultures
   •  HIS 2730 - Peace & Turmoil in the Modern World
   •  HIS 2270 - Society & Environment in History
   •  HIS 2150 - The United States in the 1960s
   •  HIS 2110 - United States History 1945 to Present
   •  HIS 2070 - Vermont History
   •  HIS 2210 - Women in United States History
   •  HIS 1111 - World History I
   •  HIS 1112 - World History II

Hospitality & Tourism Management

   •  HTM 1030 - Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism & Travel

Humanities

   •  HUM 2030 - American Folklore
   •  HUM 2020 - Bioethics
   •  HUM 2150 - Ireland through Words, Images & Music
   •  HUM 2010 - Seminar in Educational Inquiry
   •  HUM 2040 - The Holocaust
   •  HUM 2120 - The Power of Food in Literature, Culture & Film
   •  HUM 2070 - The Vampire in Literature, Culture & Film
   •  HUM 2110 - Vietnam War in Literature & Film
   •  HUM 2050 - Women's Spirituality
   •  HUM 1240 - World of Comedy & Humor

Interdisciplinary Studies

   •  INT 1015 - Combat to Classroom
   •  INT 1050 - Dimensions of Self & Society
   •  INT 1520 - Exploratory Workplace Experience
   •  INT 0050 - Reading & Writing for College
 

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