Darton State College Catalog 2013 - 2014 - page 411

2230 Professional & Technical Writing
ENGL 2230 is an intermediate composition course that develops professional
workplace communication skills. It emphasizes strategies, forms, and techniques
of writing that aims to inform, persuade, or instruct people. The course provides
hands-on experience in writing and presenting business and technical
documents produced by a variety of methods. It focuses on strategies used in
marketing communication, public relations, and human resources and also
includes experience with group collaboration.
Exit requirements: A minimum of a “C” average on course work.
Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 1102 with a grade of "C" or better.
Offered: On demand.
ENGR 1111 Engineering Graphics
This course is an introduction to graphic communication and engineering design.
It includes orthographic, sectional, and auxiliary views, working drawings,
dimensioning, three dimensional drawings, surface and solid modeling, and
descriptive geometry. The AutoCAD software will be utilized in the laboratory.
Prerequisite: READ 0099.
Offered: Fall.
ENGR 2201 Engineering Statics & Dynamics
This course covers the principles of statics & dynamics in two & three dimensions
which includes the equilibrium of rigid bodies, analysis of structures & machines,
friction, kinetics and kinematics of rigid bodies, work-energy principle, linear
impulse-linear momentum principle, & mechanical vibrations of rigid bodies.
Prerequisite: PHYS 2211. Offered: Spring.
0099 Orientation to American Life and Culture
The ESL Culture class is an orientation course for international students whose
native homeland is not the United States. This course is designed to meet in a
traditional classroom and use class support through Web CT. The class will also
utilize text books, web sites, and group discussions in order to gain
understanding and adaptation skills. This course focuses on American culture,
culture shock, day to day life, adaptation/survival skills, educational systems, and
idiomatic expression.
Prerequisites: None.
Corequisites: Any one of the following: ESLL 0070, 0080, 0090, ESLR 0070,
0082, 0092, ESLG 0071, 0081, 0091, 0095.
Offered: On demand.
0071 Basic Grammar
This course focuses on basic English grammatical concepts and skills, including
parts of speech, spelling, punctuation, word order, and sentence building.
Placement: Placement from ESOL skills assessment test.
Offered: On demand.
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