Course Specific Requirements

All students must complete an orientation quiz for each distance course by the census date to remain enrolled. Students will need computer access with a minimum Microsoft Office 2016 or Office 365 version to submit homework documents (not Microsoft Works, Word Perfect, Notepad, or Google Drive). Students need reliable access to the Internet. Run the browser checker to see whether Blackboard Learn supports your browser. Students are required to use their Cougar Mail accounts when sending email to instructors. Students must purchase required textbooks.

Please note that all Distance Education courses have the above requirements unless otherwise stated in this document or by teacher’s instructions.

ACC 121 - Principles of Managerial Accounting

For all accounting distance education courses, access to Microsoft Office Word and Excel are required in order to submit homework, unless specifically instructed otherwise.

ACC 129 - Individual Income Taxes

For all accounting distance education courses, access to Microsoft Office Word and Excel are required in order to submit homework, unless specifically instructed otherwise. Students will also need Adobe Acrobat Reader.

ACC 130 - Business Income Taxes

For all accounting distance education courses, access to Microsoft Office Word and Excel are required in order to submit homework, unless specifically instructed otherwise. Students will also need Adobe Acrobat Reader.

ACC 140 - Payroll Accounting

Students should have the latest Adobe software loaded on their computer. Students will need to load the Klooster & Allen Computerized Payroll Accounting Software that comes with the textbook onto their personal computer.

ACC 150 - Accounting Software Applications

Students should have the latest Adobe software loaded on their computer. Students will need to load the QuickBooks Pro 2010 Accounting Software that comes with the textbook onto their personal computer.

ACC 220 - Intermediate Accounting

For all accounting distance education courses, access to Microsoft Office Word and Excel are required in order to submit homework, unless specifically instructed otherwise. Students will also need Adobe Acrobat Reader.

ACC 269 - Audit and Assurance Services

For all accounting distance education courses, access to Microsoft Office Word and Excel are required in order to submit homework, unless specifically instructed otherwise.

BIO 110 - Introduction to Biology

This course requires a lab kit which may be purchased directly from Carolina Biological or using a voucher from the bookstore. Your instructor will provide you with the information for purchase. You may also be required to supply common household supplies such as vinegar, water, etc. All labs will be performed in the virtual world, however you are required to submit digital images of the data sheets for the laboratory portion of the course. Therefore you are required to have a digital camera or an alternate way to produce digital images (i.e., scanner). All students must submit digital images and failure to do so may result in withdrawal from the course or a grade of an 'F'. Students should be aware that the mid-term and final exams will be given as seated proctored exams, as scheduled on the college calendar.

BIO 111 - General Biology

For the lab component of BIO 111 there is NOT a lab manual, so please do not purchase one. In lieu of the lab manual, however, you are required to purchase a lab kit which may be purchased directly from Carolina Biological or using a voucher from the bookstore. Your instructor will provide you with the information for purchase and will notify you regarding pick up of items for the supplementary lab materials (supplemental materials are provided free of charge). Other, everyday supplies, like paper cups, vinegar, etc. will be provided by the student. All labs will be performed in the virtual world or by you at an off campus site (i.e. your home), however you are required to submit digital images of the data sheets and lab set ups for the laboratory portion of the course. All students must submit digital images that can be read and failure to do so may result in withdrawal from the course or a grade of an 'F'. Note also that students WILL be required to take a seated mid-term and final exam (not online), generally administered at the Lee Main Campus.

BIO 112 - General Biology II

For the lab component of BIO 112 there is NOT a lab manual, so please do not purchase one. What you will be required to purchase is access to Late Nite Labs, which will cost ~$15. You can purchase access through the bookstore or directly from the website (details for direct purchase will be given in BB). This course will also require a lab kit. Students will be required to come to one to the main campuses to pick up a lab kit, which will contain nearly all of the lab supplies needed for the lab portion of the course. Other, everyday supplies, like paper cups, vinegar, etc. will be provided by the student. All labs will be performed in the virtual world or by you at an off campus site (i.e. your home), however you are required to submit digital images of the data sheets and lab set ups for the laboratory portion of the course. Therefore you are required to have a digital camera or an alternate way to produce digital images (i.e. scanner or camera phone). All students must submit digital images that can be read and failure to do so may result in withdrawal from the course or a grade of an F"."

BIO 140 - Environmental Biology

For the lab component of BIO140 there is NOT a lab manual; please do not purchase one in the bookstore. Students will be required to come to one to the main campuses to pick up a lab kit, which will contain nearly all of the lab supplies needed for the lab portion of the course. Other, everyday supplies, like paper cups, vinegar, etc. will be provided by the student. Students are required to have a digital camera or ways of producing digital images, e.g., cell phone.

BUS 225 - Business Finance

It is recommended that students have access to a business calculator and/or Excel.

BUS 258 - Strategic Compensation

It is strongly recommended that students have completed their math requirement prior to taking this course.

BUS 280 - REAL Small Business

Students must have Microsoft Excel and be proficient with spreadsheets.

CHM 092 - Fundamentals of Chemistry

The computer must have Java player to watch videos, Adobe reader to view documents and MS PowerPoint (or PowerPoint Viewer) to open PowerPoint presentations. Students must purchase required textbook, including the Mastering Chemistry-Online homework Access Code. If the Mastering Chemistry-Online homework Access Code is not purchased with the textbook it will have to be purchased separately. The midterm and final exams will be proctored tests, NOT online tests. Students must also enroll in the co-requisite CHM 092L seated lab course."

CHM 130 - General, Organic, and Biochemistry

The computer must have Java player to watch videos, Adobe reader to view documents and MS PowerPoint (or PowerPoint Viewer) to open PowerPoint presentations. Students must purchase required textbook, including the Mastering Chemistry-Online homework Access Code. If the Mastering Chemistry-Online homework Access Code is not purchased with the textbook it will have to be purchased separately. Students must also enroll in the co- requisite CHM 130A seated lab course. The midterm and final exams will be proctored tests NOT online tests."

CHM 151 - General Chemistry I

Your computer must have a Java player to watch videos, Adobe reader to view documents and MS PowerPoint (or PowerPoint Viewer) to open PowerPoint presentations. This course will be using 'inclusive access'. An online version of the textbook and access to the online homework site will be provided through Blackboard starting the first day of class. A charge will automatically be added to your CCCC account to cover this. In addition to this you will have to also purchase a lab kit to perform experiments at home. This can be purchased online directly from the supplier through a link in the Blackboard on the first day of class or a voucher can be purchased at the bookstore. You will have a short time before you have to use the lab kit so there should be sufficient time for it to be shipped to you if you order it on the first day of class. You will also need to have access to a digital camera (a camera in a phone is sufficient) to take and submit pictures of your experiments. The midterm and final exams will be proctored tests NOT online tests.

CHM 152 - General Chemistry II

Your computer must have a Java player to watch videos, Adobe reader to view documents and MS PowerPoint (or PowerPoint Viewer) to open PowerPoint presentations. This course will be using 'inclusive access'. An online version of the textbook and access to the online homework site will be provided through Blackboard starting the first day of class. A charge will automatically be added to your CCCC account to cover this. In addition to this you will have to also purchase a lab kit to perform experiments at home. This can be purchased online directly from the supplier through a link in the Blackboard on the first day of class or a voucher can be purchased at the bookstore. You will have a short time before you have to use the lab kit so there should be sufficient time for it to be shipped to you if you order it on the first day of class. You will also need to have access to a digital camera (a camera in a phone is sufficient) to take and submit pictures of your experiments. The midterm and final exams will be proctored tests NOT online tests

CIS 110 - Introduction to Computers

Students will need computer access with a minimum of Microsoft Office 2016 for the following applications: Access, Excel, Word and PowerPoint to submit homework documents (not Microsoft Works, Word Perfect, or Notepad). Microsoft Office 2016 will also be used to access documents on the Blackboard class site.

CIS 111 - Computer literacy

Students will need computer access with a minimum of Microsoft Office 2016 for the following applications: Excel, Word and PowerPoint to submit homework documents (not Microsoft Works, Word Perfect, or Notepad). Microsoft Office 2016 will also be used to access documents on the Blackboard class site.

CTS 130 - Spreadsheet

Students will need a Windows-based computer or a Mac with Microsoft Office 365 installed on the computer for the following applications: Excel and Word. Office 365 is available for free for students here: https://www.cccc.edu/office4students. A chromeOS based computer is not sufficient for this course.

DBA 110 - Database Concepts

Students will need a Windows-based computer with Microsoft Office 365 installed on the computer for the following applications: Access and Word. Office 365 is available for free for students here: https://www.cccc.edu/office4students. Microsoft Access cannot be installed directly on a Mac. Use of a virtual machine or Bootcamp will be required on a Mac. A chromeOS based computer is not sufficient for this course.

ENG 002 - Transition English

Students are required to take all unit tests under the direction of CCCC staff or faculty either online or in person. There is a required orientation quiz that must be completed by a set date of the class to remain enrolled in the course. This class requires students to have a functioning computer, use Microsoft WORD, and have reliable internet.

ENG 011 - Writing and Inquiry Support

Students will have to work to do in a program called MindTap. There is a required orientation quiz that must be completed by a set date of the class to remain enrolled in the course. This class will require students to have a functioning computer, use Microsoft WORD, and have reliable internet.

ENG 112 - Writing and Research in the Disciplines

Webcam/recording capability.

ENG 114 - Prof Research & Reporting

Students will need access to digital video and voice recorders. PowerPoint software, the ability to download and use a free video editing software (Camtasia) and the ability to stream video on their computers.

ENG 233 - Major American Writers

Students must be familiar and understand how to use the Microsoft Tracking feature because instructor will return (graded form) a minimum of 2 essays using this feature. Students need reliable access to the Internet.

GEL 111 - Introductory Geology

Students will occasionally be required to submit digital images of their work. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image or a web-cam image (cell phone images may not be accepted if they are of poor quality.) If a required digital image is not submitted for an assignment, a grade of Zero" will be given for that assignment."

HIS 236 - North Carolina History

Students will need the latest free version of RealPlayer and Adobe Flash.

HIT 110 - Intro to Healthcare & HIM

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 112 - Health Law & Ethics

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 114 - Health Data Sys/Standards

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 124 - Prof Practice Exp II

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 210 - Healthcare Statistics

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 211 - Diagnosis Coding & Reporting

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 213 - Inpatient Procedure Coding & Reporting

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 214 - Outpatient Procedure Coding/Reporting

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 215 - Revenue Cycle Management

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 216 - Quality Management

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 217 - Quality & Data Analysis

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 218 - Mgmt Principles in HIT

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 220 - Health Informatics & EHR

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 221 - Lifecycle of EHR

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 222 - Prof Practice Exp III

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 225 - Healthcare Informatics

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 226 - Pathophysiology & Pharmacology

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 227 - Informatics Project Mgt

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HIT 280 - HIM Capstone

You will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the HIT program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams. Furthermore, various courses will require the download of multiple software applications (i.e., Respondus, VLab, textbook lab content, etc..), therefore it is suggested that you have a minimum 320 GB 5400 rpm hard drive or 128GB solid-state hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Please note Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor will be used in HIT courses. In addition to the above requirements, students may be required to submit digital images to satisfy course requirements. This requirement may be satisfied with an image from a digital camera, a scanned image, cell-phone camera, or a webcam image.

HUM 150 - American Women's Studies

Students will complete a collaborative learning experience that requires working in small groups of 4-5 students. Collaborative learning is an essential component of the course and will require use of technology for video meetings, such as Blackboard Collaborate and Google Hangouts. Students need the ability to stream video on their computers. The course requires the ability to access the Internet during the week and on the weekends.

HUM 160 - Introduction to Film

Students are required to view specific films for successful completion of HUM 160.These films should be rented through Amazon or another streaming source assigned by the instructor.

ISC 221 - Statistical Qual Control

Students will need a Windows-based computer or a Mac with Microsoft Office 365 installed on the computer for the following applications: Excel and Word. Office 365 is available for free for students here: https://www.cccc.edu/office4students. A chromeOS based computer is not sufficient for this course.

LIB 110 - Introduction to Libraries

This course requires reliable internet access, access to the required textbooks, and Microsoft Word.

LIB 111 - Library Information Resources and Services

This course requires reliable internet access, access to the required textbooks, and Microsoft Word.

LIB 112 - Library Collection Development and Acquisitions

This course requires reliable internet access, access to the required textbooks, and Microsoft Word.

LIB 113 - Library Cataloging and Classification

Students must purchase required texts and have access to Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Second Edition 2002 Revision (any later Update" is fine). This title is not available through CCCC; it may be ordered from the American Library Association: www.ala.org."

LIB 114 - Library Public Services Operations

This course requires reliable internet access, access to the required textbooks, and Microsoft Word.

LIB 210 - Electronic Library Databases

Before taking this course, all students must complete the prerequisites LIB 111 and WEB 110. This course also requires reliable internet access, access to the required textbooks, and Microsoft Word.

LIB 211 - Library Program Development

This course requires reliable internet access, access to the required textbooks, and Microsoft Word.

LIB 212 - Library Services / Special Needs

This course requires reliable internet access, access to the required textbooks, and Microsoft Word.

LIB 214 - Library Services for Children

This course requires reliable internet access, access to the required textbooks, and Microsoft Word.

LIB 215 - Library Management

This course requires reliable internet access, access to the required textbooks, and Microsoft Word.

MAT 003 - Transition Math

Students will be required to take a proctored diagnostic test within the first 3-4 days of the semester to be able to have access to the software program. NROC EdReady software is free for students.

MAT 010 - Math Measurement & Literacy Su

Students will be required to use Pearson MyLab Math software for these courses. The student purchases the software when paying for tuition through Follett Access.

MAT 021 - Algebra/Trigonometry 1 Support

Students will be required to use Pearson MyLab Math software for these courses. The student purchases the software when paying for tuition through Follett Access.

MAT 043 - Quantitative Literacy Support Class

Students will be required to use Pearson MyLab Math software for these courses. The student purchases the software when paying for tuition through Follett Access.

MAT 052 - Statistical Methods I Support

Students will be required to use Pearson MyLab Math software for these courses. The student purchases the software when paying for tuition through Follett Access.

MAT 071 - Precalculus Algebra Support

Students will be required to use Cengage WebAssign software for this course. The student purchases the software when paying for tuition through Follett Access.

MAT 121 - Algebra/Trigonometry I

Students will be required to have the Student Access Kit (Access Code) for My-Math-Lab. These are supposed to be on the bookstore order. Students will also need to register (free of charge) at the Annenberg Foundation sponsored site learner.org to access a video series Algebra In Simplest Terms." Students should be aware that on- site proctored mid-term and/or final exams may be given."

MAT 140 - Survey of Mathematics

Students must meet prerequisites for the course. Students should be aware that on-site proctored mid-term and/or final exams may be given.

MAT 151 - Statistics I

Proctored Midterm and Final. Access Code to MyStatLab (ISBN: 9780135027028) for required assignments associated with the text Elementary Statistics 5th edition by Larson (ISBN: 9780321693624). Note: Purchase of Access Code includes the complete text in electronic version. Students should have a reliable scientific or graphing calculator with two-variable statistics functions and access to a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel (access to StatCrunch included with the access kit, but some students prefer to work with other spreadsheet applications). Students should be aware that on-site proctored mid-term and/or final exams maybe given.

MAT 161 - College Algebra

Students should be aware that on-site proctored mid-term and/or final exams may be given.

MAT 171 - Precalculus Algebra

Students should be aware that on-site proctored mid-term and/or final exams may be given.

MED 118 - Medical Law and Ethics

This class is an inclusive access course. Students will have access to the eBook on the first day of the course. Paper copies of the book is available in the bookstore. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

MED 121 - Medical Terminology I

Students must purchase required textbook with Access Key code from CCCC book store to enter course. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

MED 122 - Medical Terminology

Students must purchase required textbook with Access Key code from CCCC book store to enter course. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

MED 131 - Administrative Office Procedures II

This class is an inclusive access course. Students will have access to the eBook on the first day of the course. Paper copies of the book is available in the bookstore. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

MED 230 - Admin Office Procedures III

Students must purchase required textbook with Access Key code from CCCC book store to enter course. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

MED 232 - Medical Insurance Coding

This class is an inclusive access course. Students will have access to the eBook on the first day of the course. Paper copies of the book is available in the bookstore. Students are required to purchase current editions of the ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS coding book. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

MED 264 - Medical Assisting Overview

This class is an inclusive access course. Students will have access to the eBook on the first day of the course. Paper copies of the book is available in the bookstore. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

MED 270 - Symptomatology

Students must purchase required textbook with Access Key code from CCCC book store to enter course. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

MED 272 - Drug Therapy

This class is an inclusive access course. Students will have access to the eBook on the first day of the course. Paper copies of the book is available in the bookstore. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

MED 274 - Diet Therapy/Nutrition

This class is an inclusive access course. Students will have access to the eBook on the first day of the course. Paper copies of the book is available in the bookstore. Students taking this course should be able to send e-mails, create word documents of college level quality, and attach word documents. Students will need to have access to a computer with high-speed or broadband internet access and speakers. It is recommended that this computer be windows based as some programs/software used throughout the MA program are not as easily accessible on MAC or other types of devices (i.e., Chromebooks). In addition, all courses will require the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) (which can be downloaded for free at: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education) and Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also required that you have access to a webcam and microphone as some courses require recorded content/presentations, utilize virtual sessions, and/or require virtual proctoring for exams.

OST 131 - Keyboarding

Microsoft Office Word 2013 is required software.

SPA 111 - Elementary Spanish I

Students are required to have access to a webcam with a built-in microphone. Students must also have the proper operating systems, browsers and plug-ins for MindTap (details can be found online)."

SPA 112 - Elementary Spanish II

Students are required to have access to a webcam with a built-in microphone. Students must also have the proper operating systems, browsers and plug-ins for MindTap (details can be found online)."

SPA 141 - Culture and Civilization

Students must have access to Java player to watch videos and to power point software. Adobe reader will be required to open a few documents. Students are required to submit digital images for this course. Therefore you are required to have a digital camera or an alternate way to produce digital images (i.e. scanner). All students must submit digital images and failure to do so may result in withdrawal from the course or a grade of an F"."

SPA 211 - Intermediate Spanish I

Students are required to have access to a webcam with a built-in microphone. Students must also have the proper operating systems, browsers and plug-ins for MindTap (details can be found online)."

SPA 212 - Intermediate Spanish II

Students are required to have access to a webcam with a built-in microphone. Students must also have the proper operating systems, browsers and plug-ins for MindTap (details can be found online)."