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Chairside Assisting IIn this course the student will identify dental office design, assemble tray set-ups, perform an intra oral examination and complete services rendered. Students gain knowledge in dental supplies, inventory control, equipment and basic dental instruments. Maintenance and safety of dental instruments is evaluated. Practical learning experience will include how to chart the oral cavity, position the dental team and patient, control of moisture in the oral cavity as well as high velocity evacuation techniques. Students will also learn the expanded function of placement and removal of matrix bands. 4Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1180View
Chairside Assisting IIThis course is designed to develop skills in four-handed dental assisting, including tray set up preparation. It also will introduce the student to the specialized areas of dentistry and the instruments, materials and procedures needed for each.4Successful completion of 1st semester coursesDNTL1220View
Chemistry for Pharmacy TechniciansThis course covers topics that range from general chemistry, organic chemistry to medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry. Students will learn the basics of chemistry and how that knowledge is applied to the development of new drug entities. The history and folklore of drug products will be explored and how that can be applied to the discovery of new drugs. Students will learn about new developments in chemistry that permit researchers to develop compounds that are more closely related to those that occur in nature. Drug interactions will be explored and how and why they may be expected to happen. In the laboratory students will demonstrate hands-on experience of some of the principles of chemistry.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921PHRM1100View
Chemistry of Hazardous MaterialsThis course will provide the student with examples of chemical and physical properties. Treatment technology for the various classes of hazardous materials and selected examples of chemical incompatibilities common to hazardous materials will be discussed.3NoneENHS1110View
Child Growth and DevelopmentThe student will examine the major developmental milestones for children from birth through adolescence in the areas of physical, social-emotional, and cognitive development. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methods, students will observe children and analyze characteristics of development at various stages.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921CDEV1500View
Children with Differing AbilitiesThe student will examine a child with differing abilities in an early childhood or school setting. Students will integrate strategies that support diversity and anti-bias perspectives, provide inclusive programs for young children, and apply legal and ethical requirements including Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Students will differentiate between typical and exceptional development, analyze the differing abilities of children with physical, cognitive, health/medical, communication, and/or behavioral/emotional disorders, and work collaboratively with community and professional resources. Students will utilize an individual education plan, adapt curriculum to meet the needs of children with developmental differences, and cultivate partnerships with families who have children with developmental differences. 3CDEV1160CDEV2000View
Circuit DesignThis course will introduce the student to basics in the selection of hydraulic components, proper circuit design techniques and tools to help solve common application problems. Common hydraulic components such as pumps, motors and valves will be thoroughly explained, along with proper applications and sizing techniques. Circuits and components related to both mobile and industrial applications will be discussed. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to design and plumb simple hydraulic circuits involving fixed and variable pumps, pressure control circuits and speed control circuits. The student will also have a better understanding of systems which will increase the ability to troubleshoot existing equipment and determine solutions to problems. This course is intended for hydraulic sales personnel, plant engineers, design engineers, service technicians and drafting and fluid power students.3FLPW1106FLPW2180View
Civil Site Plan DevelopmentThis course introduces civil site planning. Through the use of Computer-Aided Design (CAD), the student will produce a set of plans including a subdivision plat with contours, street plan and profile sheets, utilities, site plan, and site details. The topography map will be plotted with accurate cut and fill boundaries.2ARCH1101 or ARCH2370ARCH2800View
Client/Server ComputingThis course covers the evolution, impact and services available with Client/Server technology and distributed computing. The characteristics of clients and servers and the role of middleware will be discussed. Students will explore the various type of Client/Server implementations: SQL databases, transaction servers, distributed objects, groupware, Web applications and JAVA.4CCIS1105 or CCIS1505 or CCIS2701CCIS2841View
Clinical Externship IThis course provides the opportunity for the student to perform skills learned in the program and apply them at a partnering dental facility. The dental facilities include general dentistry and specialties such as oral surgery, orthodontics, endodontics, public health or pediatric dentistry.4Successful completion of 1st and 2nd semester coursesDNTL1321View