General Education

All beginning first-year students enrolled in the Associate of Applied Science degree programs at Taylor Business Institute will complete 39 credit hours of general education course work prior to graduation with an associate degree. This course work is aligned with the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) General Studies course descriptions and once completed, should subsequently enhance transfer opportunities to other educational institutions.

GENERAL EDUCATION CORE ......... 39 Credits

COMMUNICATIONS (12 hours required)
ENG 101 ……..English Composition I ………………………………………………………………..4
ENG 102R ……English Composition II ……………………………………………………………..4
SPH 101 ………Speech ……………………………………………………………………………………..4

MATHEMATICS (8 hours required)
MAT 103 ……..Intermediate Algebra ………………………………………………………………….4
MAT 130 ……..Quantitative Literacy ………………………………………………………………….4

PHYSICAL/LIFE SCIENCES (8 hours required – choose BIO or PHY – MBCS students must take BIO)

BIO 119 ……….Environmental Biology ………………………………………………………………..4
BIO 120L …….Environmental Biology Lab ………………………………………………………….4
PHY 109………Physics and Society……………………………………………………………………..4
PHY 110L ……Physics Lab ………………………………………………………………………………..4

SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (7 hours required)
PCS 110 ………College Readiness (required in the first quarter) …………………………….3
Choose one of the following:
PSY 107 ………Psychology …………………………………………………………………………………4
SOC 108 ………Sociology …………………………………………………………………………………..4
ECN 101………Economic Principles ……………………………………………………………………4

HUMANITIES (choose one – 4 hours required)
ENG 200 ……..Survey of American Literature ……………………………………………………..4
HIS 101 ……….United States History: 1865 to the present ……………………………………..4
HUM 102 …….Intro to Logic & Critical Thinking…………………………………………………4

“R” indicates a research component that is incorporated into this course to make it Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) compatible.

ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN* PROGRAM OUTLINE

GENERAL EDUCATION CORE (39 Credits)

CORE REQUIREMENTS (44 Credits)
ACC 101 …………..Accounting I……………………………………………………………….. 4
ACC 102 …………..Accounting I Lab ………………………………………………………… 2
BUS 106A …………Introduction to Business ………………………………………………. 4
ACC 103 …………..Accounting II ……………………………………………………………… 4
ACC 104 …………..Accounting II Lab ……………………………………………………….. 2
ACC 108 …………..Income Tax & Payroll System ………………………………………. 4
ACC 201 …………..Accounting III …………………………………………………………….. 4
ACC 202 …………..Accounting III Lab ………………………………………………………. 2
ACC 203 …………..Cost Accounting I ……………………………………………………….. 4
ACC 204 …………..Cost Accounting I Lab …………………………………………………. 2
BUS 201A …………Business Law ……………………………………………………………… 4
ACC 205 …………..Cost Accounting II ………………………………………………………. 4
ACC 206 …………..Cost Accounting II Lab ………………………………………………… 2

SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS (14 Credits)
BUS 101 ……………Keyboarding ……………………………………………………………….. 2
BUS 102B …………Business Communication……………………………………………… 4
BUS 104C …………Introduction to Microsoft Office Suite Applications ………… 2
BUS 115 ……………Economics for Business ……………………………………………….. 4
ACC 299 …………..Integrative Seminar in Accounting Technician ……………….. 2
CIS 101 …………….Introduction to Computers and Information Systems ……….. 2

“R” indicates a research component that is incorporated into this course to make it Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) compatible

CRIMINAL JUSTICE & SECURITY ADMINISTRATION* PROGRAM OUTLINE

GENERAL EDUCATION CORE (39 Credits)

CORE REQUIREMENTS (51 Credits)
CJS 101 …………….Introduction to Criminal Justice…………………………………….. 4
CJS 102 …………….Basic Security Concepts & Practices ……………………………… 3
CJS 103A ………….Electronic Security & Surveillance Lab …………………………. 2
CJS 104 …………….Introduction to Criminology ………………………………………… 4
CJS 105 …………….First Responder & Emergency Procedures Seminar …………. 2
CJS 106 …………….Constitutional Law ………………………………………………………. 4
CJS 107 …………….Introductions to Corrections …………………………………………. 4
CJS 108 …………….Probation and Parole …………………………………………………… 4
CJS 109 …………….Juvenile Delinquency/Juvenile Justice …………………………… 4
CJS 110 …………….Police Organization and Management ……………………………. 4
CJS 111 …………….Homeland Security and Terrorism …………………………………. 4
CJS 112A ………….Communications & Case Reporting Workshop ……………….. 2
CJS 201 …………….Criminal Law …………………………………………………………….. 4
CJS 203A ………….Firearms Safety and Defensive Tactics Seminar ……………… 2
CJS 204 …………….Criminal Investigations ………………………………………………… 4

SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS (6 Credits)
BUS 101 ……………Keyboarding ……………………………………………………………….. 2
CJSA299 …………..Integrative Seminar in Criminal Justice and Security……….. 2
Administration
CIS 101 …………….Introduction to Computers and Information Systems ……….. 2

“R” indicates a research component that is incorporated into this course to make it Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) compatible.
* Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: For information on graduation rates, the median debt of graduates completing this program and other important information, visit http://www.tbiil.edu/CJSA/Gedt.html.

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY* PROGRAM OUTLINE

GENERAL EDUCATION (39 Credits)

CORE REQUIREMENTS (56 Credits)
EET 101/102L …………Principles of Electronics (Lecture=4, Lab=2) …………….. 6
EET 103B/104L ………Solid State Devices (Lecture=4, Lab=2) ……………………. 6
EET 105B/106L ………Digital Systems (Lecture=4, Lab=2) ………………………… 6
EET 107 …………………Technical Math ……………………………………………………… 4
EET 125/126L …………Advanced Digital Systems (Lecture=4, Lab=2) …………. 6
EET 127/128L …………Circuit Analysis (Lecture=4, Lab=2) ………………………… 6
EET 203A/204L ………Micro-Controllers (Lecture=4, Lab=2) ……………………… 6
ITE 103L ………………..Computer Troubleshooting Lab ……………………………….. 2
ITE 104 ………………….Introduction to Programming (C, C++) …………………….. 2

ELECTIVES Electronics Track (12 Credits)
EET 110 …… Excel as an Engineering Tool1 …….. 2
EET 115 …… Introduction to Networking1 ………. 4
EET 201A …. Digital Communications2 ……………. 4
EET 202L …. Digital Communications Lab2 ……… 2
ELECTIVES Programming Track (12 Credits)
ITE 102 ……. Programming Essentials1 ……………. 4
ITE 112L ….. Programming Essentials Lab1 ……… 2
ITE 201 ……. Advanced Programming2 ……………. 4
ITE 211L ….. Advanced Programming Lab2 ……… 2

1 Scheduled in the 6th quarter. 2 Scheduled in the 7th quarter.

SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS (7 Credits)
BUS 101 …………………Keyboarding ………………………………………………………….. 2
EET 299 …………………Integrative Seminar in Electronics Engineering …………. 2
Technology
CIS 102A ……………….Introduction to Computer Software ………………………….. 3

“R” indicates a research component that is incorporated into this course to make it Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) compatible.
* Fewer than 10 graduates, no gainful employment disclosure information required.

MEDICAL BILLING AND CODING SPECIALIST* PROGRAM OUTLINE

GENERAL EDUCATION (39 Credits)

CORE REQUIREMENTS (45 Credits)
MBS 101 …………..Introduction to Medical Billing …………………………………….. 4
MBS 102A ………..Anatomy and Physiology I……………………………………………. 4
MBS 103A ………..Anatomy and Physiology II ………………………………………….. 4
MBS 104A ………..Medical Terminology…………………………………………………… 4
MBS 106A ………..Introduction to Medical Coding …………………………………….. 4
MBS 201A ………..Medical Billing …………………………………………………………… 4
MBS 202A ………..Medical Coding for Billers …………………………………………… 4
MBS 203B ………..Computerized Billing and Collections/Reimbursements …… 2
MBS 206B ………..Healthcare Regulations and Guidelines ………………………….. 3
MBS 211 …………..Pathophysiology and Pharmacology ………………………………. 4
MBS 212 …………..Advanced Medical Billing ……………………………………………. 4
MBS 213 …………..Advanced Medical Coding …………………………………………… 4

SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS (12 Credits)
BUS 101 ……………Keyboarding ……………………………………………………………….. 2
BUS 102B …………Business Communications …………………………………………… 4
BUS 104C …………Introduction to Microsoft Office Suite Applications ………… 2
CIS 101 …………….Introduction to Computers and Information Systems ……….. 2
MBCS299 …………Integrative Seminar in Medical Billing and Coding …………. 2
Specialist
SRL 101 ……………Skills Reinforcement Lab-I**
SRL 102 ……………Skills Reinforcement Lab-II**

“R” indicates a research component that is incorporated into this course to make it Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) compatible.
* Fewer than 10 graduates, no gainful employment disclosure information required.
** Skills reinforcement labs are mandatory for all students enrolled in the Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Program. Skills reinforcement lab courses will be offered twice in the duration of the program. First lab course will be offered at the mid-point and the second lab course will be offered in the final quarter of the program.

English as a Second Language* PROGRAM OUTLINE

ESL 101 ………Beginning Level …………………………………………………. 200
ESL 102 ………High Beginning Level …………………………………………. 200
ESL 103 ………Intermediate Level ……………………………………………… 200
ESL 104 ………High Intermediate Level ……………………………………… 200
ESL 105 ………Advanced Level …………………………………………………. 200
ESL 106 ………The Proficiency Level …………………………………………. 200
ESL 107** …..Advanced ESL Proficiency Seminar …………………….. 200

* Gainful Employment Disclosure Information: For information on graduation rates, the median debt of graduates completing this program and other important information, visit http://www.tbiil.edu/ESL/Gedt.html.
** This quarter is an option for students who wish to have a deeper cultural assimilation experience and is not a requirement for program completion. Only students who have satisfied all program requirements as described in the English as a Second Language program are eligible to enroll for this cultural assimilation class.