2012-2013 TMCC College Catalog
College Reading Strategies
1.00 - 3.00
Improvement of reading comprehension, critical thinking skills, vocabulary, reading rate and study-reading techniques through reading and
analyzing a variety of texts, including book-length works and textbook selections from various areas.
Real Estate Principles
This is the first half of the introduction to real estate. Subjects included are professional organizations, types of property, the law of
agency, listing agreements, easements, estates in the land, forms of ownership, legal descriptions, taxation, liens, contract law, deeds,
probate, title insurance and recording. It can be taken concurrently with RE 103. Successful completion of RE 101 and RE 103 along with
the passage of the Nevada Real Estate Exam qualifies one to become a licensed real estate salesperson in Nevada. This course may be
taken for personal interest, for a degree and/or for pre-licensing. This course transfers to the University of Nevada at Las Vegas as FIN 130,
Real Estate Principles.
Real Estate Law and Practice
This is the second half of the introduction to real estate. Subjects included are a review of the law of agency, listing agreements and the
law of contracts. Additional subjects are financing, leases, property management, appraisal, land use, subdividing, fair housing, ethical
practices and closing statements. Also included is a study of the appropriate Nevada Revised Statutes and their Administrative Codes.
Successful completion of RE 101 and RE 103 along with the passage of the Nevada Real Estate Exam qualifies one to become a licensed
real estate salesperson in Nevada. This course may be taken for personal interest, for a degree and/or for pre-licensing.
Special Topics in Real Estate
0.50 - 6.00
Various short courses and experimental classes covering a variety of subjects. The course will be a variable of one-half to six credits
depending on the course content and number of hours required. The course may be repeated for up to six credits. This course may not
transfer to a baccalaureate degree of art or science within the universities in the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE).
First-Year Russian I
A first course in Russian for those with no previous knowledge of the language. Students acquire basic speaking, reading, and writing
skills, including the Cyrillic alphabet, while learning about Russian culture. Class activities include interactive exercises and role-playing.
Principles of grammar and syntax are introduced as students become more comfortable with the spoken language.
First-Year Russian II
Prerequisite: RUS 111 or instructor approval.
For students with elementary knowledge of Russian, this course reviews simple elements of grammar (present, past, and future tenses) and
introduces more complex grammatical and syntactical elements. Students expand their vocabulary and knowledge of Russian culture in a
classroom setting that emphasizes communication skills.
Second-Year Russian I
Prerequisite: RUS 112 or instructor approval.
An intermediate-level course for students familiar with the basic structure of the Russian language. It begins with a review and moves on
to cover more complex grammatical forms. Special attention is paid to improving students' ability to understand spoken Russian and
converse on a number of topics pertaining to different times and places.
Second-Year Russian II
Prerequisite: RUS 211 or instructor approval.
Intermediate-level study of Russian is continued. A systematic review of grammar is combined with literary and cultural readings. Students
acquire the knowledge to meet most practical writing needs (brief descriptive paragraphs, simple letters, and summaries of day-to-day
activities). Enhancement of communicative skills through sustained conversation in Russian is emphasized.
SENIOR SILVER COLLEGE
If you own a digital camera or are planning to buy one, this class will help you learn more about the camera's capabilities. You will also
learn how to safely save, organize and backup your images. Best to take SENR 092 prior to this class.
TMCC College Catalog 2012-2013
* This course might not transfer to a baccalaureate degree of art or science within the universities in the Nevada System of Higher Education
(NSHE). If you plan to pursue a four-year degree, check with the institution where you intend to transfer to learn whether this course will count
toward the degree you intend to seek.