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Principles of Pharmacy Practice IIStudents will continue to be acquainted with retail and institutional pharmacy practices. Intravenous (IV) drug admixture, total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and critical care IV admixture will be covered. Unit dose dispensing, diabetic supplies and medication storage and stability will be covered. Students will study billing systems and the universal medical coding system which classifies medical conditions and treatments into sets of numeric codes. Personal safety and hygiene related to pharmacy practice will also be covered. In a lab setting students will practice filling prescriptions and develop communication skills associated with pharmacy.5PHRM1040PHRM1060View
Pharmacy Technician Externship IThis course prepares the student for entering the Pharmacy Technician career field and provides information on career opportunities. Students will apply skills, knowledge and abilities acquired in the classroom in a practical work-based community pharmacy training environment.3PHRM1000, PHRM1010, PHRM1020 and PHRM1040. Recommended concurrent enrollment in PHRM1055 and PHRM1060PHRM1080View
Pharmacy Technician Externship IIThis course continues to prepares the student for entering the Pharmacy Technician career field and provides information on career opportunities. Students will continue to apply skills, knowledge and abilities acquired in the classroom in a practical work-based training environment.3Recommended: Prerequisite or concurrent enrollment in PHRM1055, PHRM1060, and PHRM1080PHRM1090View
Nutrition BasicsThis course provides information concerning the relationships between health, food and nutrients. The student will be able to identify the nutritional requirements for a healthy diet, analyze labels and create a healthy meal plan.1Qualifying score on Computer Literacy assessment test OR CPLT1100 or CPLT1200NURS1015View
Wood in ArtIn this course the student will design and construct various pieces of art using wood as the medium. Attention will be given to the theme through the use of color, texture, form, and balance. Students will be guided in the safe use of basic woodworking equipment.1NoneCBTG1000View
CateringThis course is designed to give the student advanced knowledge, skills and understanding of off-premise and on-premise catering as a branch of the hospitality industry. Topics such as party planning, customer service, site preparation, licensure, safety, catering equipment, sanitation, staff scheduling, food preparation and menu development will be discussed.2CULA1301, CULA1321 CULA1325, CULA1335, CLUA1525, CULA1530, CULA1535, and CULA1540. Or instructor approvalCULA2075View
Documentation for NursesThis course will present charting steps, guidelines, and tips on improving documentation. Components for meeting professional and regulatory requirements will also be presented.1NURS1161 or current RN or LPN licenseNURS1270View
Transcultural NursingThis course will explore meanings and expressions of health, illness, caring, and healing transculturally. This will prepare the student for practice in a culturally diverse environment.1NURS1161 or current RN or LPN licenseNURS1275View
Geriatric NursingThis course will expand the students knowledge of nursing care in the geriatric population. It will address geriatric nursing care in a variety of life settings and prepare the student for work in elder care.2NURS1141 and NURS1191 or current RN or LPN licenseNURS1280View
Precision Metal Stamping OperationsThis course prepares the student to learn the fundamentals of metal forming and develop technical skills and knowledge on how to operate mechanical power presses. Topics covered include: identifying press types and components, safe operating procedures, proper use of personal protective equipment, and identifying types of tooling and their components.3M Powered Level I or equivalentWLDG1370View