Academics

ICC 099 FIRST SEMESTER SUCCESS

2 Credit Hours (BEC)
This course will engage students in personal development to learn essential skills for success in college and in their future professions. Students will learn about key student processes and support areas of the college, initiate career exploration, and develop a plan to completion for their intended area of study.


ICC 100 INTRODUCTION TO AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES CAREERS

1 Credit Hours (OC)
This course provides the student with knowledge-based understanding of Agricultural and Industrial Technologies careers. Self-appraisal, critical analysis of Agricultural and Industrial Technologies careers, workplace and professional skills, and safety issues are included.


ICC 101 INTRODUCTION TO ARTS AND COMMUNICATION CAREERS

1 Credit Hours (OC)
This course provides the student with a knowledge-based understanding of careers in Arts and Communication. Self-appraisal, critical analysis of careers in arts and communication, workplace and professional skills, and safety issues are included. Course follows along the occupations within the Career Clusters of Architecture and Construction and Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications.


ICC 102 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS, HOSPITALITY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS CAREERS

1 Credit Hours (OC)
This course provides the student with knowledge-based understanding of business, hospitality and information technology careers. Self-appraisal, critical analysis of business, hospitality and information technology careers, workplace and professional skills, and safety issues are included.


ICC 104 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CAREERS

1 Credit Hours (OC)
This course provides the student with a knowledge-based understanding of health care careers. It introduces the Career/Technical Education area of Health Sciences and Career Cluster of Health Sciences and related pathways: Diagnostic Services, Health Informatics, Support Services, Therapeutic Services, and Biotechnology Research and Development. Self-appraisal, critical analysis of health careers, essential workplace and professional skills, and safety issues are included.


ICC 110 COLLEGE SUCCESS

3 Credit Hours (TC)
This course is designed to acquaint students with college life, community and academic resources, learning and study skills, problem-solving and success strategies.

Pre-requisite: Approved reading placement score, or equivalent, department approval


ICC 111 CAREER CHOICE

1 Credit Hours (TC)
This course provides individuals the opportunity to explore their abilities, interests, values and other significant factors as they relate to a career choice. Participation in an individual or a group career counseling setting enables students to explore careers, career development, and career decision making through the use of standardized assessments and research activities.

Pre-requisite: Approved reading placement score, or equivalent, or department approval


ICC 220 INDEPENDENT STUDY

1 Credit Hours (TC)
Students work on a special problem suited to individual academic needs. A plan for the project including criteria for evaluation must be submitted to the dean/associate dean and approval for study obtained, semester hours assigned, and an instructor-advisor appointed prior to registration. At the conclusion of the project, a written report must be submitted to the instructor-advisor. This report will remain on file in the department. The transcript will show the discipline in which the work was completed.

Pre-requisite: Sophomore standing and department approval