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Montgomery College    
 
    
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
Montgomery College 2016-2017 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


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Some courses or some individual sections require off-campus field trips, seminars, or service learning assignments where students are required to provide their own transportation. Check with faculty members teaching specific courses or sections for these requirements.

Courses designated with an M after the name fulfill the General Education global and cultural perspectives requirement. Common course outcomes for most courses can be found online at www.montgomerycollege.edu/courses.

 

Accounting

   •  ACCT 221 - Accounting I
   •  ACCT 222 - Accounting II
   •  ACCT 225 - Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting
   •  ACCT 228 - Ethics and Professionalism in Accounting
   •  ACCT 231 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACCT 232 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACCT 235 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACCT 237 - Federal Income Taxation I
   •  ACCT 239 - Business Finance
   •  ACCT 240 - Auditing Theory and Practice
   •  ACCT 245 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  ACCT 247 - Federal Income Taxation II
   •  ACCT 249 - Advanced Accounting

American English Language - Reading

   •  AELR 910 - Reading for Non-Native Speakers I
   •  AELR 920 - Reading for Non-Native Speakers II
   •  AELR 930 - Reading for Non-Native Speakers III

American English Language - Speaking/Listening

   •  AELS 910 - American English Pronunciation, Speaking, and Listening Skills
   •  AELS 920 - Spoken American English
   •  AELS 930 - Advanced Spoken American English

American English Language - Writing

   •  AELW 910 - American English Language I
   •  AELW 920 - American English Language II
   •  AELW 930 - American English Language III
   •  AELW 940 - American English Language IV

American Sign Language (ASL)

   •  ASLP 100 - ASL I
   •  ASLP 105 - Visual Gestural Communication
   •  ASLP 106 - Fingerspelling and Number Use in ASL
   •  ASLP 110 - ASL II
   •  ASLP 121 - Introduction to the Deaf Community and Culture
   •  ASLP 200 - ASL III
   •  ASLP 205 - Structural ASL I
   •  ASLP 206 - Structural ASL II
   •  ASLP 207 - ASL Translation and Interpretation
   •  ASLP 210 - ASL IV
   •  ASLP 222 - Deaf History and Culture
   •  ASLP 226 - Semantics/Communications in ASL I
   •  ASLP 269 - Independent Study in ASL
   •  ASLP 285 - Practicum in ASL

Anthropology

   •  ANTH 201 - Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
   •  ANTH 215 - Human Evolution and Archaeology
   •  ANTH 240 - Introduction to Archaeology
   •  ANTH 250 - Archaeological Investigation
   •  ANTH 256 - World Cultures
   •  ANTH 260 - Independent Study Anthropology

Applied Geography

   •  GEOG 101 - Introduction to Geography
   •  GEOG 105 - Cultural Geography
   •  GEOG 113 - Economic Geography
   •  GEOG 124 - Physical Geography
   •  GEOG 130 - Global Geography
   •  GEOG 211 - Political Geography
   •  GEOG 222 - Geography of the United States
   •  GEOG 235 - Preserving Our Natural Heritage: The Geography of Conservation and Natural Resources
   •  GEOG 240 - Introduction to Cartography
   •  GEOG 250 - Interpretation of Geographic Imagery: Use and Analysis
   •  GEOG 251 - Principles of Map Design
   •  GEOG 255 - Introduction to Computer Mapping
   •  GEOG 260 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
   •  GEOG 265 - Research Topics in Applied Geography
   •  GEOG 270 - Advanced Geographic Information Systems

Arabic

   •  ARAB 101 - Elementary Arabic I
   •  ARAB 102 - Elementary Arabic II

Architectural Technology

   •  ARCH 101 - Introduction to Architecture and the Built Environment
   •  ARCH 103 - Building Technology and Documentation
   •  ARCH 104 - Introduction to Architectural Graphics
   •  ARCH 183 - CAD: Architectural Applications
   •  ARCH 200 - CAD: 3D Presentation
   •  ARCH 201 - Introduction to Architectural Design
   •  ARCH 202 - CAD: REVIT I
   •  ARCH 203 - Principles of Sustainability
   •  ARCH 204 - CAD: REVIT II

Art

   •  ARTT 100 - Introduction to Drawing
   •  ARTT 102 - Design Studio: 2-Dimensional
   •  ARTT 103 - Design Studio: 3-Dimensional
   •  ARTT 105 - Color Theory and Application
   •  ARTT 112 - Digital Photography for Fine Arts I
   •  ARTT 116 - Digital Tools for the Visual Arts
   •  ARTT 120 - Ceramics I
   •  ARTT 123 - Crafts
   •  ARTT 127 - Art Appreciation (Art in Culture)
   •  ARTT 140 - Museum Resources
   •  ARTT 152 - Photographic Expression I
   •  ARTT 200 - Art History: Ancient to 1400
   •  ARTT 201 - Art History: 1400 to Present
   •  ARTT 204 - Intermediate Drawing
   •  ARTT 205 - Figure Drawing I
   •  ARTT 206 - Figure Drawing II
   •  ARTT 211 - Painting I
   •  ARTT 212 - Painting II
   •  ARTT 213 - Digital Photography for Fine Arts II
   •  ARTT 215 - Watercolor I
   •  ARTT 216 - Watercolor II
   •  ARTT 220 - Ceramics II
   •  ARTT 221 - Sculpture I
   •  ARTT 222 - Sculpture II
   •  ARTT 225 - World Woodcut and Relief Traditions
   •  ARTT 226 - Monotype Workshop
   •  ARTT 227 - Printmaking: Lithography
   •  ARTT 228 - Lithography and Relief Printmaking
   •  ARTT 230 - Intaglio Printmaking
   •  ARTT 233 - Serigraphy
   •  ARTT 241 - Enameling I
 

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