Course Descriptions and Course Outlines

Course Prerequisites and Corequisites

Some courses have prerequisites and corequisites which are listed in the course description. Prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better (completing with a grade of B or better is required in some Developmental Studies courses). Corequisites must be completed during a previous semester (completing with a grade of C or better) or during the same semester.

Advisors should determine that prerequisites requirements have been met. Students who have not met the required prerequisites are referred to the program director or department head for appropriate course placement.

ACA – Academic Related

ACC – Accounting

AHR – Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration

ANT – Anthropology

ARA – Arabic

ARC – Architecture

ART – Art

ASL – American Sign Language

AST – Astronomy

ATC – Anesthesia Technology

ATR – Automation and Robotics

AUT – Automotive Systems
ATT – Alternative Transportation/Technology
TRN – Transportation

BIO – Biology

BMT – Biomedical Equipment

BPR – Blueprint Reading

BUS – Business

CCT – Cyber Crime Technology

CET – Computer Engineering Technology

CHM – Chemistry

CIS – Information Systems

CJC – Criminal Justice

COM – Communication

CSC – Computer Science

CTI – Computer Technology Integration

CTR – Clinical Trials Research

CTS – Computer Information Technology

CUL – Culinary

DBA – Database Management

DFT – Drafting

DLT – Dental

DMA – Developmental Math Modules

DMS – Developmental Math Shell Courses

DRA – Drama

DRE – Developmental Reading

ECO – Economics

EDU – Education

EFL – English as a Foreign Language

EGR – Engineering

EHS – Environment, Health and Safety

ELC – Electricity

ELN – Electronics

EMS – Emergency Medical Science

ENG – English

EPT – Emergency Preparedness Technology

ETR – Entrepreneurship

FIP – Fire Protection

FRE – French

GEL – Geology

GEO – Geography

GER – German

GIS – Geographic Information Systems

HEA – Health

HIS – History

HIT – Health Information

HRM – Hotel & Restaurant Management

HUM – Humanities

HYD – Hydraulics and Pneumatics

INT – International Business

ISC – Industrial Science

ITA – Italian

JOU – Journalism

LEX – Legal Education

MAC – Machining

MAT – Mathematics

MEC – Mechanical

MED – Medical Assisting

MKT – Marketing and Retailing

MNT – Maintenance

MSP – Medical Product Safety and Pharmacovigilance

MUS – Music

NAS – Nurse Aide

NET – Networking Technology

NOS – Network Operating Systems

NUR – Nursing (Associate Degree)

NUR – Nursing (Practical)

OPH – Opticianry

OST – Office Systems Technology

OTA – Occupational Therapy Assistant

PED – Physical Education

PHI – Philosophy

PHM – Pharmacy

PHS – Physical Science

PHY – Physics

PLU – Plumbing

POL – Political Science

POR – Portuguese

PSY – Psychology

RCP – Respiratory Care

RED – Reading

REL – Religion

SEC – Information Systems Security

SOC – Sociology

SPA – Spanish

SPI – Community Spanish Interpreter

SUR – Surgical Technology

TRN – Transportation

WBL – Work Based Learning

WEB – Web Technologies

WLD – Welding

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Durham Technical Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate’s degrees, diplomas, and certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Durham Technical Community College.