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Introduction to Selling This course covers the role of sales in the economy, the importance of a positive sales attitude, the basic steps of a sale, and how the salesperson is viewed as a representative of a company. The student will be required to conduct a sales presentation to a buyer of a product.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0930BUSN1020View
Professional DevelopmentProfessional image and `self-management` are the focus of this course. Professional appearance, wellness, time management, goal setting and techniques for the professional`s response to various social settings will be addressed in this course.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0930BUSN1030View
Advanced Food PreparationThis course is designed to give the student advanced knowledge, skill, and understanding of stocks, sauces, soups, meat, poultry, fish, shellfish cookery, and breakfast food preparation techniques in a restaurant production setting.4CULA1116 and CULA1156CULA1540View
Dental Team/Practice ManagementThis course is designed to give the student a fundamental understanding of the characteristics of dentistry. It will include the history of dentistry, its team members, specialties, professional organizations, legal and ethical considerations and the differences between Certification and Licensure. Dental business office procedures are also included. Students will make appointments, complete patient financial records and insurance forms, and realize the importance of good telephone techniques.2Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1000View
Preclinical Chairside AssistingIn this course the student will learn about microbiology, sterilization, monitoring and recording vital signs as well as how to respond to various medical emergencies that may arise in the dental office. The course will emphasize the prevention of disease transmission. The student will learn about anesthesia and pharmaceuticals used in dentistry. Hazardous communication and management in the dental office is also included. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1160View
Beverage ManagementThis course focuses on the management of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and the legal and liability issues involved with them. Product knowledge, storing, pricing, merchandising, and serving wines and spirits in restaurant settings are emphasized. The course examines the theory of matching food with wines, beers, and other beverages.2CULA1000, CULA1106, and CULA1116 or instructor approvalCULA1710View
Dental MaterialsThis course will introduce the student to various materials used in dentistry. These include gypsum, waxes, impression materials, cements (protective layers) and restorative materials. The student will learn identification, purposes and properties as well as the proper manipulation/preparation procedure for each. Laboratory equipment, safety measures and lab emergency protocol will be emphasized. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1140View
Fundamentals of WritingWriting is an essential element for successful communication in work and school settings. This course is designed to introduce students to the kinds of writing they will need to use in college. Students in this course will use the standards of American Written English to explore and produce writing in many different modes, moving from paragraphs and summaries to short essays.4Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0926 or ESOL0831 with a grade of C or better and the ability to word process simple documents. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL0930View
Topics in Literature: Trades and IndustryThis course explores, through literature, the issues relevant to various professions. Topics will be varied and selected by the instructor and may change every term. Examples of topics include but are not limited to: Literature of the Working Class, Garden Literature, Literature of Health Sciences, Literature in Graphic and Visual Arts, Transportation Literature, Literature of the Culinary Arts. Students will engage in understanding multiple viewpoints; and reflect on style, voice, and other elements of critical reading.3Qualifying score a writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL2140View
Introduction to Maintenance Operations and ActivitiesThis course prepares the student to qualify for an entry level position in public works. The course examines public works departments and reviews the purpose and work expectations of these departments.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0930PWRK1005View