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TUBE MP

Professional Tube Microphone Preamp

USERS GUIDE

Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the TUBE MP-and congratulations: You now own one of the most sophisticated pieces of audio signal-processing gear Offering a superb level of sound quality, the TUBE MP's special tube and integrated circuit design combined with a straightforward user interface quickly and easily Rives you access to all of its features.
CONNECTIONS Its easy to interface theTUBE MP with other equipment. All connections are made at the back of theTUBE MP. Standard XLR and 1/4" inputs and outputs make patching simple. Note: For best audio quality, always use high-quality cables. Inputs The TUBE MP provides both an XLR and 1/4input jack. Use the balanced XLR input for use with a microphone. Audio input as well as phantom power (if needed switchable on and off) is supplied through this jack. Use the unbalanced l/4 input jack for instrument applications. XLR pin configuration: pin 1 = gnd pin 2 = Positive (hot), pin 3 = negative. Do not Use both inputs at the same time. Outputs The XLR output of theTUBE MP is active balanced You may se it in an unbalanced configuration without harm to the output circuitry. Use the unbalanced 1/4 jack for sending your signal to amps, processors or other unbalanced configurations. Also, both outputs may be used at the same time. Power Insert the supplied 9 Volt AC adapters plug into the input labeled Pwr, 9VAC on theTUBE MPs back panel. The TUBE MP is powered by an external 9VAC adapter. Always make sure the output plug is securely plugged into the rear of the TUBE MP, and that the adapter is held firmly in an electrical outlet. Never operate the TUBE MP or AC adapter in the rain or in wet locations. lf the AC adapters cord is ever cut, discontinue use and replace the adapter with a new one. Unplug the adapter when the TUBE MP is not in use. Refer to the label on the adapter or the specifications later in this manual for the appropriate operating voltages.

Features :

70dB of Gain 12AX7 Tube XLR Balanced Input 1/4TS Instrument Input Balanced XLR Output 1/4TS 0utput Switchable Phantom Power Phase Reverse Switch 20dB Gain Switch Input Gain Control output Level Control 1OHz to 2OKHz Frequency Response >lOOdB Dynamic Range AU Steel Chassis Designed & Manufactured in the USA Fill in the following information for your reference: Date of purchase:______________________________________ Purchased from:______________________________________ Serial number: 127-______________________________________ This is a great time to fill out the User Registration Card included with your TUBE MP to become a completely informed A R T Artist. Returning the card to us ensures you of becoming the first to know about new A R T products as well as any further developments from A R T. 127-5004-101
Controls, Switches and Indicators:
Input Control The input control sets the amount of input Gain of theTUBE MP Turn the control clockwise to increase gain and counterclockwise to decrease gain. You may control two ranges of gain with this control, +26 to +6OdB and +6 to +4OdB. Selection of the gain range is made with the +20dB Gain Switch. +2OdB Gain/Norm Switch Use the +2OdB Gain/Norm switch to set the gain range of the Input control. When the witch is out, theTUBE MP operates in Normal mode Depressing the switch adds 20dB of gain. This mode is indicated by the labeling in red and corresponds directly to the Input controls red gain range labeling For microphone applica-tions, where more level is needed, push the witch in. P-Pwr +48V/Out Switch Use theTUBE MPs phantom power to supply power to all microphones requiring +48V phantom power. The TUBE MP's Phantom power is engaged and disengaged with this witch Phantom power is applied to pins 2 and 3 of the XLR Input jack when this switch is pushed in. To disengage phantom power, position the switch in the out position. Power Phase Reverse/Norm Switch Phase Reverse/Norm Switch To set the phase of the TUBE MPs output signal, se this switch. When the switch is in the Out position the output signal is normal. Depressing the switch reverses the phase of the output signal. In multi-microphone applications, mic placement can affect the phase of the signals If your sound is thin or "out of position, reverse the phase to correct the problem. Output Control The output control sets the output level of the TUBE MP. When the control is fully counterclockwise the output level of the TUBE MP is zero. Turning the control clockwise increases the level of the

output to a maximum of +10dB of gain. This gain is in addition to the existing input gain. Power/Peak L.E.D. When power is applied to the TUBE MP the Power/Peak L.E.D. lights green. This L.E.D. also serves as the signal clip indicator. If too much signal is present this L.E.D. lights red. If the L.E.D. is constantly lit, reduce the signal level with the Input Control. The clip L.E.D. is positioned at the tube's output in the circuitry and lights when a level 6dB below hard clipping dB is reached.

Product Description

A RTs TUBE MP circuitry is a hybrid design utilizing the latest and best solid state and tube technology, Using a transformerless design throughout the TU BE MP maintains cxccptional signal mtegrity and extremely low noise. T h e active balanced input utilizes a hybrid multiple paired transistor/opamp design providing extremely low noise and excellent CMRR. The instrument input has a high impedance preventing the loading of any device connected to it. Phantom power is derived from the incoming AC voltage. The XLR output is active balanced and the 1/4" output is unbalanced with a 300 ohm impcdance.

Applications:

The main application of the TUBE MP is a microphone preamplifier. Plug any microphone directly into either input and set the Input and Output controls to provide a healthy level into the next stage of your system. Use the TUBE MP as an acoustic or piezo pickup preamplifier to run directly into a console, amplifier, signal procesor or recorder. You may use the TUBE MP to interface any instrument directly to a live or recording consoles line input, amplifier, signal processor or recorder. The TUBE MP may also be used as a direct box.
A R T TUBE MP Specifications
Dimensions Weight Input Connections Output Connections Input Impedance XLR, l/4 Output Impedance XLR, l/4 Maximum Input Level, XLR Maximum Input Level, 1/4 Maximum Output Level, XLR Maximum Output Level, l/4 CMRR Frequency Response Dynamic Range Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) Maximum Gains XLR to XLR 1/4" to l/4 XLR to 1/4 1/4" to XLR Equivalent Input Noise (EIN) XLR to XLR l/4 to l/4 Power Requirements 5.OH X 5.5W X 2.0H I.5 Lbs XLR (balanced) l/4TS XLR (balanced). l/4TS 2K ohms, 840K ohms 600 ohms, 300 ohms +14dBu +22dBu +28dBu +22dBu >75dB (typical @ 1KHz) IOHz to 2OKHz (+O, -1dB) >100dB (20-20KHz) <0.1% (typical) 70dB (typical) 54dB (typical) 64dB (typical) 6OdB (typical) -129dBu ('A' weighted) -105dBu ('A' weighted) 9 Volts A.C. @ 7OOma (typ)

WARRANTY & SERVICE INFORMATION
LIMITED WARRANTY Warranty service for this unit will be provided by Applied Research & Technology, Inc. in accordance with the following warrant statement. Applied Research & Technology, Inc. (A R T) warrants to the original purchaser that this product and the components thereof will be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year from the date of purchase. Applied Research & Technology, Inc. will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option, defective product or component parts upon prepaid delivery to the factory service department or authorized service center, accompanied by proof of purchase date in the form of a valid sales receipt. EXCLUSIONS: This warranty does not apply in the event of misuse or abuse of the product or as a result of unauthorized alterations or repairs. This warranty is void if the serial number is altered, defaced, or removed. A R T reserves the right to make changes in design or make additions to or improvements upon this product without any obligation to install the same on products previously manufactured. A R T shall not be liable for any consequential damages, including without limitation damages resulting from loss of use. Some states do not allow limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. For units purchased outside the United States, service will be provided by an authorized distributor of Applied Research and Technology, Inc.
A R T retains a policy of constant product improvement. Therefore, specifications are subject to change without notice. A R T reserves the right to make changes in design or make additions to or improvements upon this product without any obligation to install the same on products previously manufactured. Applied Research and Technology, Inc. 215 Tremont Street Rochester, NY 14608 716/436-2720, 716/436-3942 (FAX), http://www.artroch.com

Service

The following information is provided in the unlikely event that your unit requires service. Use this procedure to return units in the United States only. For service outside the United States, please contact your authorized A R T distributor. 1) Be sure that the unit is the cause of the problem. Check to make sure the unit has power supplied, all cables are connected correctly, and the cables themselves are in working condition. 2) If you find the unit to be at fault, write down a description of the problem, including how and when the problem occurs. 3) Call A R Ts Customer Service Department to obtain a Return Authorization (RA) number. 4) Pack the unit in its original carton or a reasonable substitute. The packing box is not recommended for a shipping carton. Put the packaged unit in another box for shipping. Print the RA number clearly under the address. 5) Include with your unit: a return shipping address (we cannot ship to a P.O. Box), a copy of your purchase receipt, a daytime phone number, and a description of the problem. 6) Ship the unit to: APPLIED RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY, INC. 215 TREMONT STREET ROCHESTER, NY 14608 ATTN: REPAIR DEPARTMENT RA # ___________________ 7) Contact our customer service department at 716/436-2720 for your Return Authorization number or questions regarding repairs. Customer Service hours are 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.

Additional Information

If you are planning to purchase additional equipment for your audio needs, please consider the following A R T Products. Recording/ Live Sound: MR-1, Personal Reverb Processor Tube MP, Personal Microphone Preamplifier MDM-8L, Eight channel compressor/limiter Pro Gate, Eight channel programmable Noise Gate SC-2, two channel compressor/limiter/gate MDC-2001, Stereo dynamics processor FXR and FXR Elite (II), Two channel Digital multi-effects processors Effects Network, Digital Dedicated and multi-effects processor Multiverb Alpha, Digital multi-effects processor HD-15, Two channel 15 band EQ HD-31, 31 band EQ Pro MP, Professional two channel microphone preamp Instrument Applications: XTREME, Personal guitar processor with digital effects DST-4, Programmable guitar preamp with digital effects Power Plant, Studio guitar preamp DST 8080, 80 watt/ channel powered guitar preamp with effects The Acoustic, Personal acoustic guitar processor with digital effects SGX-2000, Analog and digital preamp/ processor for guitar SGX-Nightbass, Analog and digital preamp/ processor for guitar ECC, Guitar floor processor BCC, Bass floor processor MIDI: X-15, MIDI foot controller with two expression pedals X-12, MIDI foot controller with optional Power Pedal controller For a full line catalog, write, call in, or email us to request one. For up to date information on new products send in your User Registration card NOW!

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2009-2010 MDC M-DCPS EQUIVALENCY List Dual Enrollment Courses

MDC Course

Number
ACG2001 ACG2001L ACG2011 ACG2011L ACG2021 ACG2021L ACG2071 ACG2071L

Course Title Accounting

Principles of Accounting 1 Principles of Accounting 1 Lab Principles of Accounting 2 Principles of Accounting 2 Lab Financial Accounting Financial Accounting Lab Managerial Accounting Managerial Accounting Lab
Subject Area Requirement Satisfied at High School
Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed.

Pre-Requisite

Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC

Aeronautical Science

ATT1100 AVM1010 AVM1022 AVM2431 AVM2510 Private Pilot Flight Theory Aviation Industry Operations Flight Operations Customer Service Agent Airline Management Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed Pract. Arts Career Ed Pract. Arts Career Ed Pract. Arts Career Ed Co-Req: ASC1210/ATF1100

Agriculture

ORH1008C ORH2800 ORH2873 Residential/Environment Horticulture Planting Design 1 Interior Landscaping Elective Elective Elective

Anthropology

ANT2410 ANT2511 Introduction To Cultural Anthropology Introduction to Physical Anthropology Elective Elective

Architecture

ARC1115 ARC1126 ARC1301 ARC1302 ARC2171 ARC2172 ARC2201 ARC2701 ARC2702 Architectural Communications 1 Architectural Drawing 1 Architectural Design 1 Architectural Design 2 Computer-Aided Drafting 1 Computer-Aided Drafting 2 Theory of Architecture History of Architecture 1 History of Architecture 2 Elective Elective Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts ARC1301 ARC1115 ARC1301 ARC1126 ARC2171 ARC2701
ARH2050 ARH2051 ARH2740 ART1201C ART1202C ART1203C ART1205C ART1300C ART1330C ART2150C ART2253C Art History 1 Art History 2 Cinema Appreciation Basic Design Two Dimensional Design Design 3 Color & Composition Drawing Figure Drawing Jewelry and Metalsmithing 1 Illustration 1 Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts ARH2050 HUM1020 ART1201C ART1202C

ART1201C

MDC Course Number
ART2301C ART2400C ART2500C ART2510 ART2600C ART2601C ART2602C ART2701C ART2750C ART2751C ART2800C ART2950

Course Title Art (cont.)

Drawing 2 Printmaking 1 Painting 1 Painting Computer Art Intermediate Computer Art Advanced Computer Art Sculpture 1 Ceramics 1 Ceramics 2 Visual Art Workshop Portfolio Preparation-Art
Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts

ART1300C

ART2600C ART2601C Requisite ART2750C

Astronomy

AST1002 Descriptive Astronomy Science

Banking

BAN1004 BAN1800 BAN2511 Principles of Banking Law and Banking Principle Marketing for Bankers Elective Elective Elective

Biological Sciences

BSC1050 MCB2013 PCB2340C BOT1010 BOT1010L BSC1005 BSC1005L BSC 1084 BSC1084L BSC2010 BSC2010L BSC2011 BSC2011L BSC2085 BSC2085L BSC2086 BSC2086L BSC2250 OCB1010 OCB1010L ZOO1010 ZOO1010L Biology and Environment Microbiology Field Biology Botany Botany Laboratory General Education Biology General Education Biology Lab Functional Human Anatomy Functional Human Anatomy Lab Principles of Biology 1 Principles of Biology 1 Laboratory Principles of Biology 2 Principles of Biology 2 Laboratory Human Anatomy & Physiology 1 Human Anatomy & Physiology 1 Lab Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 Lab Natural History of South Florida Introduction to Marine Biology Introduction to Marine Biology Lab Zoology Zoology Laboratory Elective Science Elective Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science BSC2010, BSC2010L Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC Optional Lab for OCB1010

Building Construction

BCN1272 BCN1275 Plans Interpretation 1 Plans Interpretation 2 Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. BCN1272

GEB1011 GEB2112

Course Title Business
Principles of Business Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed.

Business Law

BUL2241 BUL2242 Business law 1 Business Law 2 Pract. Arts Career Ed. Elective BUL2241

Chemistry

CHM1020 CHM1025 CHM1025L CHM1033 CHM1033L CHM1045 CHM1045L CHM1046 CHM1046L CHM2032 CHM2032L CHM2205 CHM2205L CHM2210 CHM2210L Chemistry in Our World Introduction to Chemistry Introduction to Chemistry Lab Chemistry for Health Science Chemistry for Health Science Lab General Chemistry & Qualitative Analysis General Chemistry & Qualitative Analysis General Chemistry & Qualitative Analysis Lab General Chemistry & Qualitative Analysis Lab Survey of General Chemistry Survey of General Chemistry Lab Survey of Organic and Biochemistry Survey of Organic and Biochemistry Lab Organic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Lab Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science MAT1033 Lab Required by MDC Lab Required by MDC CHM1025 or HS CHM Lab Required by MDC MAC1105, Lab Required by MDC MAT1033 Lab Required by MDC CHM1032 Lab Required by MDC CHM1046 Lab Required by MDC

Computer General Studies

CGS1060 CGS1081 CGS1501 CGS1560 CGS1580 CGS1871 CGS2405 CGS2423 Introduction to Microcomputer Usage Microcomputers for Visually Impaired Word-processing Applications Microcomputers Operating Systems Desktop Publishing Multimedia & Animation Advanced C++ Programming C for Engineers Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective AS Degree credit only AS Degree credit only AS Degree credit only AS Degree credit only AS Degree credit only CGS 1060 CGS 1060 High Level Math

Computer Engineering

CTS1134 Networking Technologies Elective AS Degree credit only
Computer Engineering Technology
CET1171 CET1600 CET1610 CET2114C CET2615 CET2620 Intro to Computer Service and Maintenance CISCO Network Fundamentals CISCO Router Technology Digital Computer Circuit Analysis I CISCO Advanced Routers Technology CISCO Project-Based Learning Pract. Arts Career Ed Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective AS Degree credit only AS Degree credit only AS Degree credit only CET 1600 EET 1141C, 1142C AS Degree credit only CET 1600, 1610 AS Degree credit only CET 2615
CIS1000 CIS2321 COP1332 COP1334 COP1822 COP2171 COP2800
Course Title Computer Information Systems
Introduction to Data Processing Introduction to Systems Analysis & Design
Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective
HS Algebra recommended CIS1000

Computer Programming

Intro to Visual Basic Intro to C++ Webpage Design & Programming Advanced Programming Concepts Using Basic Java Programming COP 1170 HS Algebra recommended COP 1220

Digital Media

CAP2047 DIG1710 DIG1705 DIG1712 DIG2771 DIG2625 User Interface Design Introduction to Game Development Level Building and Design 3-D Programming 1 3-D Programming 2 Network Programming for Game Development Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective CGS 2405 CGS2405 DIG1712 CGS2405

Criminal Justice

CCJ1010 CCJ1020 CCJ1191 CCJ2500 CCJ2650 CJC1000 CJC1162 CJE2600 CJL1100 Introduction to Criminology Introduction to Criminal Justice Human Behavior in Criminal Justice Juvenile Delinquency Narcotics And Dangerous Substances Introduction to Corrections Probation and Parole Criminal Investigations Criminal Law Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts. Career Ed. Pract. Arts. Career Ed.
DAA1104 DAA1105 DAA1204 DAA1205 DAA1504 DAA1505 DAA2102 DAA2206 DAA2207 DAA2610 DAA2611 DAA2680 DAA2681 DAN2100 DAN2130 DAN2630 DAN2631 Modern Dance 1 Modern Dance Intermediate Ballet 1 Ballet Intermediate Jazz Dance 1 Jazz Dance 2 Modern Dance 2 Ballet 2 Advance Ballet Dance Composition and Improvisation 1 Dance Composition and Improvisation 2 Repertory 1 Repertory 2 Dance Appreciation Dance History Literature and Materials of Music for Dance1 Literature and Materials of Music for Dance2 Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Elective Elective Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission DAA2610 Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission

ETD1110 ETD1340 ETD2350

Course Title Drafting & Design Technology
Technical Drawing 1 Computer Aided Drawing & Design Computer Graphics
Elective Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed.
EGS1111C MTB1321/MAC1105 ETD1340

Economics

ECO2000 ECO2013 ECO2023 ECO2301 Introduction to Economics Principles of Economics-Macro Principles of Economics-Micro History of Economics Ideas and Their Consequences Social Studies - Economics Social Studies - Economics Social Studies - Economics Social Studies - Economics

Education

EDF2085 EEC1000 EME2040 Diverse Populations Introduction to Early Childhood Education Intro to Educational Technology Elective Elective Pract. Arts Career Ed.
Emergency Medical Services
EMS1059 EMS1059L First Responder Emergency Care First Responder Emergency Care Lab Pract. Arts Career Ed Pract. Arts Career Ed Co-Req: EMS1059L
Electronics Engineering Technology
EET1015C EET1082 Direct Current Circuits Introduction to Electronics Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. MTB1321

Engineering

EGS1001C EGS1111C EGN2033 Introduction to Engineering Engineering Graphics Civilization and Engineering 1 Pract. Arts Career Ed Pract. Arts Career Ed Pract. Arts Career Ed ETD 1100/HS 1st Year Draw

English Composition

ENC1101 ENC1102 ENC1210 LIN2670 English Composition 1 English Composition 2 Technical Report Writing English Grammar English English English English

English-Creative Writing

CRW2001 CRW2002 Creative Writing 1 Creative Writing 2 Elective Elective

English -Literature

AML2010/11 AML2020 AML2601 AML2602 ENL2012 ENL2022 LIT2020 American Literature (Colon. 1875) American Literature (Civil War Present) African-American Literature 1 African American Literature 2 English Literature (Chaucer 18th Century) English Literature (18th Century Contemporary) The Short Story English English Elective Elective English English Elective
LIT2090 LIT2110 LIT2120 LIT2131 LIT2330 LIT2480
Course Title English-Literature (cont.)
Contemporary Literature Survey of World Literature (Masterpieces of World Lit.) Survey of World Literature (Mid. Renaissance to Present) Mythology in Literature: the Arthurian Survey of Childrens Literature Issues in Literature and Culture

English English English Elective Elective Elective
ENC1101 and ENC1102 ENC1101 and ENC1102

Film & Radio/TV

FIL1100 FIL1400 Screenwriting 1 History of Motion Pictures Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts

Finance

FIN2000 FIN2010 FIN2100 Principles of Finance Investments in Stocks and Bonds Personal Finance Pract. Arts Career Ed. Elective Pract. Arts Career Ed.
Foreign Languages NOTE: All four-credit foreign language courses (including American Sign Language) will be awarded one full high school credit. Chinese CHI1120 Elementary Mandarin Chinese 1 CHI1121 Elementary Mandarin Chinese 2 Prerequisite CHI1120 French FRE1120 Elementary French 1 Foreign Language FRE1121 Elementary French 2 Foreign Language FRE1120 FRE2220 Intermediate French 1 Foreign Language FRE1121 German GER1120 Elementary German 1 Foreign Language GER1121 Elementary German 2 Foreign Language GER1120 GER2200 Intermediate German 1 Foreign Language GER1121 Hebrew HBR1120 Elementary Hebrew 1 Foreign Language HBR1121 Elementary Hebrew 2 Foreign Language HBR1120 HBR2200 Intermediate Hebrew 1 Foreign Language HBR1121 Italian ITA1120 Elementary Italian 1 Foreign Language ITA1121 Elementary Italian 2 Foreign Language ITA1120 ITA2200 Intermediate Italian 1 Foreign Language ITA1121 Japanese JPN 1120 Elementary Japanese 1 Foreign Language JPN 1121 Elementary Japanese 2 Foreign Language JPN1120 JPN 2200 Intermediate Japanese 1 Foreign Language JPN1121 JPN2201 Intermediate Japanese 2 Foreign Language JPN2200
POR1120 POR1121 POR2200 SPN1120 SPN1121 SPN2220 SPN2201 ASL1140C ASL1150C ASL2160C ASL2200C
Course Title Foreign Languages (cont.)
Portuguese Elementary Portuguese 1 Elementary Portuguese 2 Intermediate Portuguese 1 Spanish Elementary Spanish 1 Elementary Spanish 2 Intermediate Spanish 1 Intermediate Spanish 2 Sign Language American Sign Language 1 American Sign Language 2 American Sign Language 3 American Sign Language 4
Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language

POR1120 POR1121 SPN1120 SPN1121 SPN2220
ASL1140C ASL1150C ASL2160C

Geography

GEA2030 GEA 2040 GEO 2000 GEO2150 GEO2156 GEO2200 GEO 2370 GEO 2420 Regional Geography of the Non-Western World Regional Geography of the Western World Basic Concepts in Geography Introduction to G.I.S. (Graphic Information Systems) Intermediate G.I.S Physical Geography Conservation of Natural Resources Introduction to Cultural Geography Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

Geology

GLY1001 GLY1001L GLY1010 GLY1160 General Education Earth Science General Education Earth Science Lab Physical Geology Ecology and Geology of National Parks Science Science Science Elective

Graphic Arts

GRA1111C Graphic Design 1 Pract. Arts Career Ed. Portfolio/Drawing Ability
Health & Physical Education
HLP 1080 HLP1081 HLP 1083 PET2303 PET 2303L Wellness Fitness and Wellness for Life Weight Management Scientific Principles of Exercise Scientific Principles of Exercise Lab Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education

Co-Req: PET2303L

Health Sciences
HSC2100 HSC2400 HSC2404 Health Education Basic Emergency Care Instructors Training First Aid & CPR Physical Education Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed.
AMH2010 AMH2020 AMH2035 AMH2070 AMH2079 AMH2091 EUH2031 EUH2032 EUH2067 EUH2068 LAH2025 POS2041 WOH2003 WOH2012 WOH2022

Course Title History

History of the U.S. to 1877 History of the United State Since 1877 Survey of U.S. History - 1945 to Present Florida History History of South Florida Afro-American History Contemporary Europe 2 History of the Holocaust History of Russia to 1917 History of Russia from 1917 History of Cuba American Federal Government History of Genocide History of World Civilization to 1715 History of World Civilization from 1715
Social Studies - American History Social Studies - American History Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective
Social Studies - American Government
Elective Social Studies - World History Social Studies - World History

Hospitality Management

HFT1000 HFT1716 HFT1724 HFT1725 HFT1726 HFT2410 HFT2500 HFT2700 HFT2702 HFT2728 HFT2750 Intro to Hospitality Management Travel Destinations Travel Selling Airline & Travel Marketing Travel Tools of the Trade Hotel Front Office Procedures Marketing of Hospitality Procedures Introduction to Tourism Airline Ticketing and Tariffs Computerized Airline Reservations System 1 Convention & Meeting Planning Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. A.S. Degree Credit Only

ACG2001, HFT1000 AVM 1523/24

Horticulture Science

HOS1010 Horticulture 1 Pract. Arts Career Ed.

Human Services

HUS1001 HUS2313 Introduction to Human Services Counseling Techniques Elective Elective

Humanities

HUM1020 Humanities Elective
Interdisciplinary Science
ISC1010 History of Science 1 Elective
Interdisciplinary Social Science
ISS1120 ISS1161 ISS2270 The Social Environment The Individual in Society Multicultural Communications & Relations Elective Elective Elective

IND1020 IND1300 IND1200

Course Title Interior Design
Interior Design 1 Interior Design Presentations 1 Interior Design 2
Pract. Arts Career Ed Pract. Arts Career Ed Pract. Arts Career Ed

Co-Req: ARC1115 IND1220

Co-Req: IND1300 IND1020

Library Science

LIS1001 Library Research Elective

Management

MAN2021 MAN2300 SBM1000 MAN 2930 Principles of Management Human Resource Management Small Business Management Creative Leadership Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed.

Marketing

MAR1011 MAR1720 MKA1021 MKA1041 Principles of Marketing Introduction to E-Commerce Fundamentals of Selling Principles of Retailing Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed.

Mass Communication

JOU1100 JOU2200 MMC2000 PUR2003 Basic Reporting Journalism/ Editing Introduction to Mass Communications Public Relations Elective Elective Elective Elective JOU 1100
Mathematics College Level
MAC1105 MAC1114 MAC1140 MAC1147 MAC2233 MAC2311 MAC2312 MAC2313 MAD2104 MAP2302 MAS2103 MGF1106 MGF1106L MGF1107 MTB1103 MTB1302L College Algebra Trigonometry Pre-Calculus Algebra Pre-Calculus Algebra / Trigonometry Business Calculus Calculus & Analytic Geometry 1 Calculus & Analytic Geometry 2 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 3 Discrete Mathematics Introduction to Differential Equations Elementary Linear Algebra Mathematics for Liberal Arts 1 Mathematics for Liberal Arts 1 Lab Mathematics for Liberal Arts 2 Business Mathematics Business Mathematics Lab Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Elective Elective MAT1033 + Test Scores MAC1140 or MAC 1105 MAC1105 MAC1105 MAC1105 MAC1114 & MAC1140/MAC1147 MAC2311 MAC2312 MAC1140 MAC2312 MAC2311 MAT1033 MAT1033 Co-Req: MTB1103 Co-Req: MTB1103

Medical Laboratory Technology
MLT1040L Intro. To Medical Laboratory Technology

MET1010 MET1010L

Course Title Meteorology
Introduction to the Weather Introduction to Weather Laboratory

Science Science

BSC1515
MUL1010 MUL2380 MUM2600 MUM2600L MUM2601 MUM2601L MUM2623C MUM2624C MUM2700 MUM2702 MUM2703 MUM2704 MUN1120 MUN1310 MUN1340 MUN1501 MUN1420 MUN1430 MUN1440 MUN1460 MUN2341 MUN2410 MUN2711 MUS1935 MUT1001 MUT1003 MUT1111 MUT1112 MUT1241 MUT1242 MUT1271 MUT2116 MUT2117 MUT2272 MUT2641 MUT2642 MVK1111 MVK1112 Music Appreciation Jazz and Popular Music America Sound Recording 1 Sound Recording Lab Sound Recording 2 Sound Recording 2 Lab MIDI Electronic Music 1 MIDI Electronic Music 2 Music Business 1 Music Business 2 Music Business 3 Music Business 4 Computer Applications Concert Band College Choir Chamber Singers Opera Theater Ensemble Chamber Music/Woodwind Ensemble Chamber Music/Brass Ensemble Percussion Ensemble Chamber Music, Strings, and Mixed Ensemble Vocal Ensemble String Ensemble Jazz Ensemble Piano Seminar Theory Basic Theory Lab Theory Theory Sightsinging and Ear Training 1 Year Sightsinging and Ear Training 2 Year Music Theory and Ear Training 1 Theory Theory Music Theory and Ear - Training 2 Introduction Jazz Improvisation 1 Jazz Improvisation 2 Class Piano 1 Class Piano 2 Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Elective Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Elective Elective Electives Electives Dept. Permission MUM2600 MUM2623C Co-Req. MUM 2703 Co-Req. MUM 2704 MUM 2703 Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission Dept. Permission MUT 1003 MUT1001 or Placement exam MUT1111 or Placement exam

Co-Req: MUT1111, MUT1112

MUT1241 Co-Req: MUT 1112 MUT 2116 MUT1271 Dept. Permission MUT 2641 MVK1111

Nutrition

HUN1201 Essentials of Human Nutrition Elective PSC1515

Oceanography

OCE1001 OCE 1001L Introduction to Oceanography Introduction to Oceanography Lab Science OCE1001L
OST1100 OST1100L OST1141 OST1330 OST1741
Course Title Office Systems Technology
Beginning Keyboarding Beginning Keyboarding Lab Keyboarding for Computers Business English Beginning Word-processing
Elective Elective Pract. Arts Career Ed. Elective Elective

OST1330

Paralegal / Legal Assisting
PLA2003 PLA2104 PLA2114 PLA2273 PLA2303 PLA2800 Fundamentals of Law Legal Research Legal Writing Torts Requires knowledge/document draft Criminal Law & Litigation Family Law Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. Pract. Arts Career Ed. ENC1101 PLA2203 ENC1101, PLA2003 PLA2003 & PLA2114 PLA2114 & PLA2023 PLA2114 & PLA2203

Philosophy and Logic

PHI1100 PHI2010 PHI2070 PHI2600 PHI2604 Introduction to Logic Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Eastern Philosophy Ethics Critical Thinking and Ethics Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

ENC1101

Physics
PHY1004 PHY1004L PHY1005 PHY1005L PHY1025 PHY2048 PHY2048L PHY2049 PHY2049L PHY2053 PHY2053L PHY2054 PHY2054L PSC1121 PSC1121L PSC1515 PSC1515L Physics With Applications 1 Physics With Applications 1 Lab Physics with Applications 2 Physics with Applications 2 Lab Basic Physics Physics with Calculus 1 Physics with Calculus 1 Lab Physics with Calculus 2 Physics with Calculus 2 Lab Physics (without Calculus) Physics (without Calculus) Lab Physics (without Calculus) 2 Physics (without Calculus) 2 Lab General Education Physical Science General Education Physical Science Lab Energy in the Natural Environment Energy in the Natural Environment Lab Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science MAT1033 + Lab MAT1033 PHY1004 + Lab PHY1004 MAC1105 PHY1025 + MAC2311 PHY1025 + PHY2048 PHY2048 + MAC2312 PHY2049 + MAC2312 MAC1147 + Lab MAC1147 + PHY2053 PHY2053 + Lab PHY2054 MAT1033 PSC1121 PSC1515

Photography

PGY2110C PGY2401C PGY2410C PGY2475 Color Photography 1 Introduction to Photography Intermediate Photography Advanced Photography Elective Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Elective ART1203C/1300 PGY 2401C PGY 2410C

PHM2300 POS2112 INR2440

Course Title Political Science
Political Philosophy State and Local Government in America International Law & Organizations
Elective Elective Elective

Psychology

CLP1006 CLP2000 CLP2001 CLP2140 DEP2000 PCO2731 PSY2012 SOP2002 SOP2772 Psychology of Personal Effectiveness Dynamics of Behavior Basic Human Development Abnormal Psychology Human Growth and Development Human Relations Introduction to Psychology Social Psychology Human Sexuality Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

Real Estate

REE2040 Real Estate Principles and Practices (P&P 1) Pract. Arts Career Ed.

Religion

REL1210 REL1240 REL2300 Religion of the Old Testament Religion of the New Testament Survey of World Religions Elective Elective Elective

Sociology

SYG2000 SYG2010 SYG2430 Introduction to Sociology Social Problems Marriage and the Family Elective Elective Elective

Speech Communication

SPC1017 SPC1300 SPC2608 Fundamentals of Speech Communication Interpersonal Communications Introduction to Public Speaking Elective Elective Performing Fine Arts

Statistics

QMB2100 QMB2100L STA2023 Basic Business Statistics Basic Statistics Laboratory Statistical Methods Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics

Theatre Arts

THE1925 THE2000 THE2051 TPA1200 TPA1210 TPA1220 TPA1230 TPA1250 TPA2292 Studio Theatre Production Theatre Appreciation Childrens Theatre Production Stagecraft Theatre Production I Lighting Theatre Costuming Makeup for the Stage Production Laboratory Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Departments Permission Req. for Drama Majors

Hands on experience req.

TPP1100 TPP1110 TPP1120 TPP1150 TPP1160 TPP1161 TPP1170 TPP1250 TPP1560 TPP1561 TPP1700 TPP2111 TPP2112 TPP2151 TPP2191 TPP2256
Course Title Theatre Arts (cont.)
Acting 1 Acting 1 Improvisation Ensemble Scene Study 1 Voice and Movement I Voice And Movement I Beginning Characterization Musical Theatre 1 Dance, Mime, and Movement for the Theatre 1 Dance, Mime, and Movement for the Theatre 2 Voice for the Stage Acting 2 Acting 2 Advanced Scene Study Mainstage Production - Cast Musical Theatre 2
Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts Performing Fine Arts

 

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