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    Brazosport College
   
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Course Catalog

Course Directory


Reading Course Descriptions


Brazosport College uses the Texas Common Course Numbering System in support of efforts to enhance the transferability of credit throughout the state system of colleges and universities. In addition to its descriptive title, each course is identified by a four character prefix (also called a rubric) to identify the department or discipline and a four digit number that is unique to each course within a rubric. The course number should be interpreted as follows:

First digit: level of the course

  0 – transitional  
  1 – freshman  
  2 – sophomore  
  3 – junior  
  4 – senior  
Second digit: number of semester hours of credit
Last two digits: identify a specific course within the rubric or department

For example, ENGL 1301  is a three-hour course in English typically taken the freshman year.

See Directory of Courses by Prefix for a table showing the prefixes associated with commonly used names for the various disciplines of study. There is a brief description of the course content and a list of any prerequisites (courses that must be taken or other conditions that must be met before enrolling in the course) and, in many cases, a tested skill level code in reading, writing, or math that must be met before enrolling in the course. See a counselor for specific information about the skill level testing and requirements.

Distance Learning and the Virtual College of Texas


Brazosport College participates in the Virtual College of Texas (VCT), a consortium of Texas community colleges for sharing Internet courses. Tuition and fees for courses taken for credit through the Virtual College of Texas are the same one would pay for similar courses at Brazosport College. Credit for VCT courses is shown on the Brazosport College transcript. Not every course that is listed on the state schedule will be available to Brazosport College students. Consult the VCT web site, then contact the Brazosport College Distance Education at 979-230-3368 for more information regarding Virtual College of Texas enrollment.

Required Skill Codes


Some courses offered by Brazosport College require college level skill codes in math, reading and writing.  Students who are certificate seeking, as documented in the student record, are not required to meet these requirements.  Skill codes are enforced for all degree seeking students.

Directory of Courses by Prefix


Directory of Courses by Catalog Prefix

Information regarding specific courses may be obtained by contacting the Brazosport College instructional division responsible for courses in that teaching discipline:

BAT: Bachelor of Applied Technology 979-230-3615
Com/FA: Communications and Fine Arts 979-230-3224
C/CT&OA Computer/Construction Technologies and Office Admin 979-230-3229
HlthProf: Health Professions 979-230-3424
M/LS: Mathematics and Life Sciences 979-230-3225
PS/PT: Physical Sciences and Process Technologies 979-230-3618
SS/Bus: Social Sciences and Business 979-230-3226
TE: Transitional Education 979-230-3527

Course Prefixes (Rubrics)  

 
   •  PHYS 2125 - University Physics I Laboratory - Mechanics and Heat Lab
   •  PHYS 2126 - University Physics II Laboratory - Electricity, Magnetism, and Light Lab
   •  PHYS 2325 - University Physics I - Mechanics and Heat
   •  PHYS 2326 - University Physics II - Electricity, Magnetism, and Light
   •  POFI 1301 - Computer Applications I (File Management/ PowerPoint/ Word/Excel)
   •  POFI 1349 - Spreadsheets (Excel)
   •  POFI 1380 - Cooperative Education I - Business/ Office Automation/ Technology
   •  POFI 1381 - Cooperative Education II - Business/ Office Automation/ Technology
   •  POFI 2301 - Word Processing (MS Word)
   •  POFI 2380 - Cooperative Education III - Business/ Office Automation/ Technology
   •  POFM 1280 - Cooperative Education I - Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant
   •  POFM 1281 - Cooperative Education II - Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant
   •  POFM 1317 - Medical Administrative Support
   •  POFM 2333 - Medical Document Production (Insurance and Billing)
   •  POFT 1309 - Administrative Office Procedures I
   •  POFT 1319 - Records and Information Management I
   •  POFT 1321 - Business Math
   •  POFT 1328 - Business and Professional Presentations
   •  POFT 1329 - Beginning Keyboarding
   •  POFT 2301 - Intermediate Keyboarding
   •  POFT 2312 - Business Correspondence and Communication
   •  PSYC 1300 - Learning Framework
   •  PSYC 2301 - General Psychology
   •  PSYC 2307 - Psychology of Adolescence
   •  PSYC 2308 - Child Psychology
   •  PSYC 2314 - Life Span Growth and Development
   •  PSYC 2316 - Psychology of Personality
   •  PTAC 1302 - Introduction to Process Technology
   •  PTAC 1308 - Safety, Health, and Environment I
   •  PTAC 1408 - Safety, Health, and Environment I
   •  PTAC 1410 - Process Technology I- Equipment
   •  PTAC 1432 - Process Instrumentation I
   •  PTAC 1454 - Industrial Processes
   •  PTAC 2314 - Principles of Quality
   •  PTAC 2386 - Internship I - Process Technology/Technician
   •  PTAC 2387 - Internship II - Process Technology/Technician
   •  PTAC 2420 - Process Technology II - Systems
   •  PTAC 2438 - Process Technology III - Operations
   •  PTAC 2446 - Process Troubleshooting
   •  RNSG 1108 - Dosage Calculations for Nursing
   •  RNSG 1205 - Nursing Skills I
   •  RNSG 1209 - Introduction to Nursing
   •  RNSG 1215 - Health Assessment
   •  RNSG 1227 - Transition to Professional Nursing
   •  RNSG 1244 - Nursing Skills II
   •  RNSG 1260 - Clinical Nursing I
   •  RNSG 1261 - Clinical Nursing II (LVN-ADN Track)
   •  RNSG 1301 - Pharmacology
   •  RNSG 1341 - Common Concepts of Adult Health
   •  RNSG 1343 - Complex Concepts of Adult Health
   •  RNSG 1360 - Clinical Nursing II
   •  RNSG 2201 - Care of Children and Families
   •  RNSG 2208 - Maternal/Newborn Nursing and Women's Health
   •  RNSG 2213 - Mental Health Nursing
   •  RNSG 2331 - Advanced Concepts of Adult Health
   •  RNSG 2360 - Clinical Nursing III
   •  RNSG 2361 - Clinical Nursing III (LVN-ADN Track)
   •  RNSG 2362 - Clinical Nursing IV (LVN-ADN Track)
   •  RNSG 2460 - Clinical Nursing IV
   •  SOCI 1301 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  SOCI 1306 - Social Problems
   •  SOCI 2301 - Sociology of Marriage and Family
   •  SPAN 1300 - Conversational Spanish I
   •  SPAN 1411 - Beginning Spanish I
   •  SPAN 1412 - Beginning Spanish II
   •  SPAN 2311 - Intermediate Spanish I
   •  SPAN 2312 - Intermediate Spanish II
   •  SPCH 1315 - Fundamentals of Speech
   •  SPCH 1318 - Interpersonal and Small Group Communication
   •  SPCH 1321 - Business and Professional Communication
   •  SRVY 2348 - Plane Surveying
   •  TECA 1303 - Families, School, and Community
   •  TECA 1311 - Educating Young Children
   •  TECA 1318 - Wellness of the Young Child
   •  TECA 1354 - Child Growth and Development
   •  TECM 1401 - Industrial Mathematics
   •  TMGT 3303 - Communications and Conflict Resolution for Technical Managers
   •  TMGT 3305 - Management and Organizational Behavior
   •  TMGT 3307 - Operations Management
   •  TMGT 3336 - Legal Issues for Managers
   •  TMGT 3340 - Quality Assurance, Management and Improvement
   •  TMGT 3347 - Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
   •  TMGT 3350 - Applied Technical Statistics
   •  TMGT 3353 - International Business
   •  TMGT 3354 - Leadership
   •  TMGT 3355 - Ergonomics and Human Factors in Workplace Safety
   •  TMGT 3411 - Information Technology in Enterprise Management
   •  TMGT 4301 - Industrial Cost Estimating and Control
   •  TMGT 4304 - Decision Analysis and Risk Management
   •  TMGT 4305 - System Safety Engineering
   •  TMGT 4312 - Management of Technological Resources
   •  TMGT 4341 - Production and Materials Management
   •  TMGT 4350 - Industrial and Environmental Safety
   •  TMGT 4395 - Principles of Marketing Management
   •  TMGT 4396 - Managing Technology Projects
   •  TMGT 4398 - Strategic Management
   •  VNSG 1119 - Leadership and Professional Development
   •  VNSG 1222 - Vocational Nursing Concepts
   •  VNSG 1227 - Essentials of Medication Administration
   •  VNSG 1230 - Maternal Neonatal Nursing
 

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