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Lab IIThis course is designed to build upon the skills acquired in Lab I. Students will learn how to perform 12-lead Electrocardiogram (ECG). This course covers immunology, clinical chemistry, and microbiology. In alignment with American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) Safety and Scope of Practice are thoroughly discussed. The students will perform waived testing according to the Clinical Laboratories Improvements Amendment guidelines.2MAST1020, concurrent enrollment in MAST2030 and must be taken semester before MAST2040, EMSV1155 or concurrent enrollment in EMSV1155MAST2021View
Applications of Quantitative ReasoningThe focus of this course is on using quantitative information to think, reason and communicate more effectively. Students are presented with real world problems, and then asked to translate them into mathematics, and solve them. Topics include thinking critically, numbers in the real world, financial management, statistical reasoning, probability, and mathematical modeling. Examples and applications will be drawn from a wide range of disciplines and everyday situations including problems involving geometry, proportional reasoning, and percentages. This course will be a mix of lecture, individual work, and team-based problem solving. Student participation and active learning will be stressed. This course meets Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) goal areas 2 and 4.3Qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1650 OR MATH1700MATH2050View
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
360 Introduction to ComputersThis is an introductory course in Microsoft Office computer applications for technical fields. The primary goal of this course is to help individuals acquire a hands-on working knowledge of current personal computer applications including word-processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation, and internet browser software.2Qualifying score on the reading assessment test OR ENGL0901CMAE1506View
Electronic Soldering and InspectionThis course provides basic training in IPC recommended (international trade association for Electronics Manufacturing) procedures for assembly, soldering and inspection of electronic components. The student will be introduced to IPC recommended techniques for assembling, soldering and inspecting through hole, SMD, Wires & Terminals. The course has both a discussion and a hands-on component. The hands-on activities are an opportunity to practice the IPC recommended techniques discussed in the lectures.2NoneELEC1220View
Consumer EconomicsIntroduces students to the information and tools that will enable analysis and evaluation of alternatives concerning major consumer issues with the goal of increasing personal well-being. (This course is not intended to satisfy the entrance prerequisites for most 4-year programs in economics, business, or accounting.)3Qualifying score on the reading assessment test OR ENGL0921. Basic computer literacy skills requiredECON2100View
In Progress ResponseThis course will include instruction in the areas of Crimes In-Progress.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2261View
Repair and Accessory LabThis course will allow the student to advance the skills and knowledge from previous courses to repair, restore or accessorize marine, motorsports or outdoor power equipment. Students will present an approved project plan, estimate, design, and material list before work begins. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3NoneMMST2340View
Police Response and Human BehaviorThis course is designed to integrate the academic and applied aspects of the basic patrol function for a police patrol officer. Included in this class is the in-depth examination of a patrol officer's duties, functions, and responsibilities, as well as a variety of other practical aspects. These include, but are not limited to, vehicle stops, traffic enforcement, domestics, officer stress, pedestrian contacts, officer safety issues, and other duties as they relate to the basic patrol function. 3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2241View
Engineering Drawings and SchematicsThis course is an introduction to the essential methods and techniques needed to design, produce and interpret engineering drawings and circuit schematics. Topics covered include drawing standards, layout and dimensioning practices, schematics, symbols and terminology. Utilizing manual techniques and CAD software, the student will apply their knowledge to the creation of mechanical, construction and facility drawings. The student will also generate hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics and develop various symbol libraries. The student will obtain knowledge and skill sets that will be reinforced by other courses within the manufacturing programs.4NoneFLPW1400View