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Course Information and Descriptions
ISE 111
Industrial Electrical Circuits I (2-2)
3 Hours
Introduces students to electrical fundamentals as related to direct
current systems and applications.
Prerequisite: MTH 114
Course fee
ISE 112
Industrial Electrical Circuits II (2-2)
3 Hours
Introduces students to electrical fundamentals as related to
alternating current systems and applications.
Prerequisite: ISE 111
Course fee
ISE 114
National Electrical Code (2-0)
2 Hours
Provides the student with the opportunity for study and interpretation
of the National Electrical Code.
Note: Previous electrical experience/education is strongly
recommended.
ISE 117
Industrial Electronic Devices (2-2)
3 Hours
Introduces students to a wide variety of analog and digital circuits
used in various electronic systems and devices used in the home and
industry.
Prerequisite: MTH 115 and ELC 114
Course fee
ISE 118
Power Distribution (2-2)
3 Hours
Electrical and electronic applications on industrial equipment
including simple and automated welding control circuits, switching
circuits, light and heat controls, speed and voltage regulators, large
current polyphase rectifiers, temperature recorders and control, high
speed light and register controls, automatic control of D.C. motors,
closed loop servomechanisms, and electronic service instruments.
Prerequisite: MTH 115 and ELC 114
Course fee
International Studies (SSI)
Social Sciences Division, Room A244, (847) 543-2047
SSI 121
Introduction to Global Studies (3-0)
3 Hours
This course explores globalization from the social, cultural,
economic, and political dimensions. Through reading, research,
writing about global experience and discussions of major socialscientific theories students examine and analyze the complexity of
variety of our societies and the common features of their changing
environments. The course addresses the historical context in which
globalization emerged, including the rise of global institutions and
the legacy of colonialism, the global economy and its impact on
labor and financial markets, the media, the social and cultural
movements, global politics, religion in the global context and the rise
of global terrorism. The course also studies the global social issues
and problems such as gender and the aggregation of global poverty.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
SSI 124
International Studies
1-3 Hours
in Social Science (Variable)
Students will travel with faculty to international/regional locations
which may vary from year to year to study selected topics or current
issues in the social or behavioral sciences (anthropology, sociology,
psychology, geography, history, political science, and economics).
The instructor will assist students in developing required activities or
projects undertaken during the travel experience. These will include
field trips, lectures, discussions or other appropriate activities. Credit
is variable and arranged with the instructor. Students are responsible
for the travel expenses, tuition, and fees.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
May be taken three times, but any topic only once
Italian (ITL)
Communication Arts, Humanities and
Fine Arts Division, Room B210, (847) 543-2040
ITL 121
Beginning Italian I (4-0)
4 Hours
An introduction to the Italian language. The course develops basic
skills in pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, reading, listening
comprehension, and oral and written communication within the
context of Italian culture.
ITL 122
Beginning Italian II (4-0)
4 Hours
This course continues to develop the basic skills introduced in ITL
121: pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, reading, listening
comprehension, and oral and written communication within the
context of Italian culture.
Prerequisite: ITL 121
ITL 221
Intermediate Italian I (4-0)
4 Hours
Continued development of basic skills introduced in ITL 121 and
ITL 122. The course is a general review and expansion of beginning
grammar, conversation, vocabulary development, readings and
writing exercises which focus on life in Italy.
Prerequisite: ITL 122
ITL 222
Intermediate Italian II (4-0)
4 Hours
This course reviews and expands the use of Italian grammar by
introducing more advanced structures into verbal and written
communication. Films, material from newspapers and magazines,
and from other media will enable students to use authentic materials
that are culturally relevant to explore further the Italian speaking
world and its culture.
Prerequisite: ITL 221 (C or better) or Consent of Instructor
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
IAI: H1 900
ITL 223
Italian Civilization I (3-0)
3 Hours
This is the first semester of a course designed to give the advanced
student of Italian the opportunity to increase proficiency in the
Italian language and knowledge of the Italian culture. A carefully
selected series of readings and supplementary materials will provide
the basis for the development of language and culture skills.
Prerequisite: ITL 222
IAI: H1 900
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