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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
Nursing Skills IThe Nursing Skills I course builds a foundation of skills and knowledge for the practical nurse. Topics covered will include the head to toe data collection, airway management, sterile technique, pain management and genitourinary procedures. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3Admission into the practical nursing programNURS1161View
Lab IThis course is designed to introduce the student to the clinical laboratory. Basic aspects of laboratory safety, use and maintenance of laboratory equipment, quality assurance, and controls will be taught. In a simulated lab students will perform urinalysis tests, urine, throat and wound cultures, wet prep, and gram staining.4Admission into the Medical Assistant ProgramMAST1020View
Clinical Procedures IThis course is designed to teach the fundamentals of medical assisting in all types of ambulatory care settings. These fundamentals include: obtain and record a patient history, obtain vital signs, appropriate documentation, prepare for and assist with patient examinations, perform sterilization techniques and assist with procedures and minor office surgeries. The student will also follow medical and surgical asepsis and microbial control.4Admission into the Medical Assistant ProgramMAST1030View
PharmacologyThis course provides the student with an introduction to basic pharmacology. Drugs are presented within the major drug classifications along with general drug actions, common adverse reactions, contraindication, precautions, and interactions related to each body system. Emphasis is placed on ways to promote an optimal response to therapy. how to monitor and manage adverse reactions, and important points to keep in mind when educating patients about the use of these drugs. Special consideration for pediatric, obstetric and geriatric patients will be emphasized. Students will understand patient rights, education and safety.3Admission into the Medical Assistant ProgramMAST1045View
Medical Assistant Administrative IThis course introduces the student to a wide variety of medical office duties that are commonly performed by the Medical Assistant. Students will be introduced to the electronic medical record, the role healthcare team, legal and ethical implications of the profession, computer, telecommunications, and documentation.3Admission into the Medical Assistant ProgramMAST1015View
MN Criminal and Traffic CodesThis course is an overview of the Minnesota Criminal Code and Minnesota Traffic Laws. Emphasis is on coverage of statutes emphasized in Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) learning objectives. The course combines characteristics of two POST secondary learning attitudes; academic education and vocational-oriented training. The course will enhance both knowledge of criminal and traffic laws the student will use as an officer and understanding of how our laws are affected by case law.3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2231View
Legal Issues for Law EnforcementThe course will familiarize students with the principles of criminal procedures, the rules established by the US Supreme Court relating to stop, frisk, arrest, search interrogation and identification, and the legal process applicable to law enforcement. Students will study the legal concepts involved in the application of the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments to policing as well as Minnesota State Constitution and procedural requirements.3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2230View
Criminal InvestigationThis course is designed to provide the student with information pertaining to basic duties and responsibilities of a peace officer as they relate to crimes against person and crimes against property. A presentation of the goals for successful crimination investigations will include crime scene considerations, building and establishing elements of a crime, learning to obtain information and evidence and working within the confines and constraints of a legal framework.3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2225View
Crime Scene and EvidenceThis course will include instruction in the areas of Search and Seizure, Booking and Fingerprinting, Crime Scene Investigations, Latent Prints, Courtroom Testimony, Evidence Collection and Preservation.1Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2285View
In Progress ResponseThis course will include instruction in the areas of Crimes In-Progress.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2261View