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Microprocessors and Microcomputers IIThis course builds on the concepts presented in Microprocessors and Microcomputers I. The student will write programs that service various simple input and output devices. Various issues concerning small microcomputer design will also be discussed, such as hardware/software trade offs.4ELEC2200ELEC2220View
This course has been changed to BUSN2170This course is designed to provide the student with a purposeful occupational experience in the field of selling business to business. Since each supervised occupational experience is an individualized experience, a training plan is created specifically for each student in conjunction with the training site the student will be working. The supervised occupational experience can be offered as a cooperative arrangement, an internship arrangement, or other appropriate work experience arrangement.4Completion of at least 16 Business credits with a grade of C or better in each course or an arrangement with instructor BUSN1170View
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
DC CircuitsThis course will provide the student with basic electronic concepts as they apply to direct current circuits. Circuits will consist of a voltage source and one or more resistors. The student will compute circuit parameters and these will be compared to measured values from a breadboarded or computer simulated circuit. The student will learn the IEEE color code and to safely and correctly use both analog and digital meters to measure voltage, current and resistance.4NoneELEC1000View
AC CircuitsThis course is designed to provide the student with the basic electronic concepts as they apply to the generation and measurement of alternating current. The student will compute AC voltages and currents in resistive capacitive and inductive circuits. These will then be compared with data measured with both the multimeter and oscilloscope. The student will learn to correctly and safely use Two Trace Oscilloscopes, AC meters and function generators. Circuits will be designed and evaluated by breadboarding and/or computer simulation software.4ELEC1000 or equivalentELEC1050View
Pharmacology for Practical NursesThis course contains nursing theory and skills related to the general principles of medication administration. Terminology, abbreviations, and knowledge of medications required to interpret physician orders are emphasized. Preparation and administration of medications via oral, topical, and parenteral routes are practiced and demonstrated. Skills lab is required in preparation for clinical participation. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4Admission into the practical nursing programNURS1141View
MicrobiologyThis course investigates microorganisms with an emphasis on human health and disease. The course provides a study of prokaryotic, eukaryotic and acellular microbes. Topics covered include microbial taxonomy, morphology, growth, metabolism, genetics, etiology, resistance, host interactions, human immune response to infection, epidemiology, control, treatment, as well as their use in biotechnology. The laboratory component of the course is designed to reinforce the topics discussed in lecture, as well as to introduce students to some of the laboratory techniques and methods used in microbiology, including aseptic techniques and safe handling of microorganisms, culturing, staining, biochemical analyses, enumeration, identification of unknowns and microbial control. This course covers the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4BIOL2005 with a grade of "C" or better and BIOL2125 with a grade of "C" or betterBIOL2235View
Human BiologyThis course is a survey of the general structures and functions of the human body using an organ systems approach. Areas of study include human organization, support and movement, integration and coordination, maintenance of the body, body defenses, reproduction, and development. Each human organ system will be investigated to develop an understanding of its contribution to the normal functioning of the human body. Discussion of basic disease processes associated with each system, and current health and social issues will also be integrated.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and Qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1050 or MATH1060BIOL2045View
Refrigerated Coolers and CasesIn this course students will learn about and work on walk in coolers and meat and dairy cases. Electrical and refrigeration troubleshooting will be stressed. Students will also work with a variety of refrigerants.4HVAC1040 and HVAC1110HVAC2121View
Panel Replacement and Restoring Corrosion ProtectionThe student will learn how vehicles are manufactured which will allow them to understand crush factors in accidents. The student will learn how to restore the vehicles to pre-accident condition as proper procedures for panel replacement will control all safety features of the vehicles such as air bag deployment and seat belt operation. The student will learn the proper techniques that will be required in the welding processes as there are different metals within the structure which require different welding methods. The student will understand the different corrosion protection methods on interior and exterior panels.4ABCT1160, ABCT2000, ABCT2006, and ABCT2051ABCT2055View