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2006-2007 NACC Catalog

1-3   TITLE PAGE; MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT

4-5   TABLE OF CONTENTS

6-8   CALENDAR

9-11  MISSIONS & GOALS; GENERAL INFORMATION

12-17 ADMISSION

18-27 FINANCIAL INFORMATION; FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM

28-31 ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

 DEGREE REQUIREMENTS AND PROGRAMS OF STUDY:

32-35 Core Courses, Student Learning Outcomes

36-40 Associate in Arts (AA) Degree Programs: Art History, Art Studio, Art Studio BFA, English, General Pre-Liberal Arts, Music, Theatre

42-48 Associate in Science (AS) Degree Programs: Agricultural Economics, Agronomy and Soils, Animal and Dairy Science, Architecture, Art Education, Athletic Training, Biology, Building Science, Business, Chemistry, Clinical Laboratory Sciences/Medical Technology, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice

48-52 Elementary/Early Childhood Education, Middle/High School Education: Biology, Chemistry Education: Middle/High School, English/Language Arts Education, Middle/High School, General Science Education: Middle/High School, History Education: Middle/High School, Mathematics Education: Middle/High School, Music Education, Physics Education, Social Studies Education: Middle/High School, Spanish Education: N-12, Special Education

52-57 Pre-Engineering—Aerospace, Pre-Engineering—Chemical, Pre-Engineering—Civil, Pre-Engineering—Computer, Pre-Engineering—Computer Science Option, Pre-Engineering—Electrical, Pre-Engineering—Industrial, Pre-Engineering—Materials, Pre-Engineering—Mechanical, Pre-Engineering—Optical, Pre-Engineering—Textile Engineering Option, Pre-Engineering—Textile Chemistry Option, Pre-Engineering—Textile Management and Technology Option

57-62 Forestry, History, Horticulture, Mathematics, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Occupational Therapy, Physics, Political Science, Poultry Science, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Veterinary Medicine

63-65  Pre-Wildlife Science, Psychology, Radiologic Sciences, Respiratory Therapy/Cardiopulmonary Sciences, Social Work, Speech Pathology

68  Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree Programs

68-73 Business Banking & Finance Option, Business Management & Supervision Option, Business Management & Supervision Option Emphasis in Retail Management, Computer Information Systems, Child Development, Drafting & Design Technology, Emergency Medical Services, EMS Management Option, Industrial Electronics Technology, Medical Assisting, Office Administration, Medical Office Assistant Option, Paralegal Option

73-81 Associate Degree Nursing (RN)

82-86 LPN

86-90 EMS

90-94 Certificate: General Core Certificates in Child Development, Cosmetology, Drafting & Design Technology (General, Mechanical, Architectural, Structural/Civil), Medical Assistant, EMS (Basic, Paramedic), Industrial Electronics Technology (General, Basic Electrical, Industrial Control Technician, Network Communication, Electrical Technician)

95-98 Health Linkage Program with Wallace State Community College; Adult Education & Skills Training Division

 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS:                       Top

100-101 Codes (explained)                                                                   

101-104 Art, Banking & Finance, Basic Skills Reading, Biology

104-107 Business, Chemistry, Child Development

107-113 Computer Science, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Drafting Design Technology/CAD, Economics, Electrical Technology

113-120 EMS/Paramedic

120-122 English, Geography, Geology, Health, History, Humanities

122-128 Industrial Electronics Technology

128-133 Interdisciplinary Studies, Mass Communications, Mathematics, Medical Assistant, Music

133-138 Nursing, Office Administration, Paralegal/Legal Assistant, Philosophy

138-142 Physical Education, Physical Science, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Retail Merchandising, Sociology, Spanish, Speech, Theatre Arts, Work Keys (Integrated)

144-154 ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY, STAFF, & BOARDS

 STUDENT HANDBOOK:                       Top

156-163 Table of Contents; Directory; Where to Go for Assistance; Chart: Summary & Services

164-169 Absence Policy, Academic Progress Standards, Accommodations for Disabilities, ADA Grievance Procedure, Admissions, Advising and Counseling Services, Advising and Placement, Alcoholic Beverages, Articulation, Articulation Policy for Technical Courses, Athens State University at NACC, Bookstore, Cafeteria/Food Services, Class Schedule Changes, College Dress, COMPASS and CAAP, Computer Technology Acceptable Use Policy

169-177 Conduct, Continuing Education and Public Services, Credit Awarded Through Non-Traditional Means, Developmental Studies Program, Disciplinary Procedures, Drug Free Schools Compliance, Emergency Medical Treatment, Examinations, Firearms, Fundraising, GED Testing, Grievance Procedures and Due Process for Students, Guidance and Counseling, Housing, Incomplete Grades, Insurance, Intellectual Property and Distance Education Course Ownership Policy, Internet-Based Courses, Library, Life-Threatening Illnesses Policy, Lost and Found, Maximum and Minimum Course Loads, Name/Address Changes, Nondiscrimination, Online Internet Courses, Online Registration Guidelines

177-185 Orderly Movement in the Buildings, Organizations and Officers, Parking/Vehicle Registration/Traffic Regulations, Policy of Non-Discrimination on the Basis of Disability, Poster/Information Display, Prior Learning Assessment Policy, Privacy Act Information, Registration, Scholarships, Sequence Courses, Sexual Harassment Policy, Smoking, Social Event Guidelines, Social Security Number, Solicitations and Sales, Speakers Invited to Campus, Student Access to Technology, Student Assessment, Student Complaints about Federal Financial Aid, Student Permanent Information, Student Publications, Student Record Policy, Student Right-to-Know Campus Security Report, Student Rights and Responsibilities, Telephones, Veterans, Visitors to Campus, Weather (Severe) Information, Withdrawal from a Class, Withdrawal from College

185-190 Activities, Awards, & Organizations

191-193 INDEX TO CATALOG; MAP OF CAMPUS

195,197 APPLICATION FORMS    

NOTICE:  This catalog is the official announcement of the programs, requirements, and regulations of Northeast Alabama Community College. The contents of this catalog are subject to change without notice and are not to be construed as a binding contract between Northeast Alabama Community College and any student. There may be occasion when criteria in this catalog may necessarily change due to Alabama State Board of Education action, legislative mandates, or other unavoidable events. Examples would be tuition and fee changes as well as course offerings. This catalog is available in alternative format on request.