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Course Information and Descriptions
Course fee
MAS 214
Massage: Communication
and Business II (3-0)
3 Hours
This course covers more advanced communication techniques for
managing the client-massage therapist relationship. Topics include
effective listening, verbal and non-verbal communication, and
professional boundaries. Comprehensive examination of professional
ethics, and legal and regulatory considerations for a massage therapy
business will also be covered.
Prerequisite: MAS 110, MAS 112, MAS 114, MAS 116, MAS 131,
and MAS 132 (all C or better)
Corequisite: MAS 212
Course fee
MAS 233 Massage Therapy III: Rehabilitative (1-2) 2 Hours
This course combines two therapeutic modalities - Neuromuscular
Therapy and Sports Massage Therapy. Content includes both
functional assessment and corrective concepts.
Prerequisite: MAS 110, MAS 112, MAS 114, MAS 116, MAS 131,
and MAS 132 (all C or better)
Corequisite: MAS 214
Course fee
MAS 234
Massage Therapy IV:
Advanced Techniques (1-2)
2 Hours
This course involves hands-on learning of the fascial system and
fascial web. Content includes therapeutic massage techniques and
strokes, with an understanding of the connective tissue which
supports the body. This course also serves as an introduction to
Eastern healing theories emphasizing the practical application and
function of Shiatsu and exploration of the twelve channels. This
course blends didactic lecture with hands-on practice.
Prerequisite: MAS 110, MAS 112, MAS 114, MAS 116, MAS 131,
and MAS 132 (all C or better)
Corequisite: MAS 233
Course fee
MAS 235 Therapeutic Massage Clinic (0-4)
1 Hour
In this course students perform full-body therapeutic massage
sessions and 20 minute chair massage sessions on members of the
community and the College. Students apply principles, techniques,
and procedures to assess and treat clients in a professional massage
setting. Students will serve as both the therapist and office assistant.
Students will demonstrate client/therapist communication skills,
apply both basic and advanced massage techniques, use proper safety
and sanitation practices, practice proper draping skills and body
mechanics, and record each session with proper documentation.
Prerequisite: MAS 110, MAS 112, MAS 114, MAS 116, MAS 131,
and MAS 132 (all C or better)
Corequisite: MAS 234
Course fee
MAS 299
Special Topics: Therapeutic
Massage (Variable)
1-3 Hours
This course covers a variety of current topics in Therapeutic
Massage that are not typically covered in other massage therapy
courses. Course content format will vary depending on the topic
covered. This course is repeatable up to three times, any topic only
once.
Prerequisite: MAS 132 (C or better) or Massage Therapy Licensure
Course fee
298
Math Computer Science (MCS)
Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division,
Room T102, (847) 543-2044
3 Hours
MCS 121 Computer Science Concepts (3-0)
An introduction to the field for majors and non-majors. The course
previews the fundamental concepts and applications of computer
science through a survey of topics including: algorithms and problem
solving, computer organization, networking, databases, artificial
intelligence, and graphics. Students will be exposed to a variety of
common computer programming languages, application software,
and tools through lab exercises and projects.
Prerequisite: MTH 102 (C or better) and College Reading and
Writing Readiness
Course fee
MCS 140
Computer Programming
for Engineers and Scientists (3-0)
3 Hours
This course is designed to fulfill the requirements established by the
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for the CS1 course. It
also is designed to meet the computer science requirements of
engineering students with applications in math. This is a course in
machine organization, algorithm development and programming
style using the Java programming language. Applications include
sorting and searching techniques, root solving procedures, and
numerical integration. EXTENSIVE computer time commitment
required. Previous programming experience is recommended.
Students should not take both MCS 140 and MCS 141.
Prerequisite: MTH 145 (C or better) or MTH 224 (C or better) or
concurrent enrollment in MTH 145 or MTH 224
Course fee
IAI: CS 911
MCS 141 Computer Science I (4-0)
4 Hours
The first in a sequence of courses for majors in Computer Science,
this course introduces a disciplined approach to problem-solving,
algorithm development and data abstraction. The course covers:
branching, repetition and sequence control structures; object-oriented
program design, testing and documentation using good programming
style; and arrays, records, and files.
Note: Pre-engineering students should enroll in MCS 140. Students
should not take both MCS 140 and MCS 141.
Prerequisites: MTH 108 or MTH 107 (both C or better) or an
appropriate score on the Math Placement Test
IAI: CS 911
MCS 142 Computer Science II (3-0)
3 Hours
This course is designed to fulfill the requirements established by the
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for the CS2 course.
Using the Java computer language this course presents such topics as
string processing, internal searching and sorting, recursion and data
structures such as stacks, queues, linked lists, trees and graphs.
Note: Extensive time commitment required in computer lab.
Proficiency in a programming language is also recommended.
Prerequisite: MCS 140 (C or better) or MCS 141 (C or better) or
CIT 137 (C or better) or CIT 141 (C or better)
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
IAI: CS 912