2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jul 03, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


The following are descriptions of courses offered by Naugatuck Valley Community College. It is the responsibility of the students to check their programs of study, and to carefully check the schedule of course offerings prior to each semester, in order to ascertain which courses will be offered for a particular semester.

In the following course descriptions, the number of credit hours for each course is indicated. Also included are numbers of lab and lecture hours.  Students are urged to consult their counselor for information about transferability of courses to four-year institutions.

For additional information regarding the course descriptions please review the

 

 

Philosophy

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Physical Education

The Physical Education and Health Fitness courses at Naugatuck Valley Community College are designed to meet the life-time needs of the individual as teacher and person. Courses develop the basic skills and methodologies required for good physical and mental health. Courses have been recognized for transfer credit by four-year institutions. Activity course descriptions appear at the end of this section.

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Physical Therapist Assistant

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Physics

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Political Science

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Psychology

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Quality Assurance

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Radiologic Technology

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Radiologic Technology Clinical Courses

Practicum (clinical practice) in the Radiologic Technology Program involve a series of learning experiences and developed skills in hospitals, offices and imaging centers. Students are periodically assigned to all sections within the department. (These experiences are offered in RAD* H197  through RAD*H299 in sequence.)

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Research

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Respiratory Care

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Sociology

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Theater

The Division of Liberal Arts and Behavioral/Social Sciences encourages students to register for theater courses in order to develop appreciation of, and skills in, the theater arts. Some of the courses are required in career programs; others are designed for students’ interests and personal development. Theater students are required to engage in both performance and technical theater course work. Consultation with counselors will help determine specific needs.

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