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Career TransitionCareer Transitions is a career exploration workshop that is offered to adults who are considering a job change that may require some college coursework. The workshop will utilize inventories/testing to help individuals identify their interests, personality type, skills and aptitudes for a changing workplace. Career Transitions will help individuals access computer software for career research and current labor market information to assist them in their decision making. ($40.00 fee)0NoneCCDS0850View
Career PortfolioThis is a combination lecture and workshop class that results in the compilation of a portfolio. The portfolio consists of a resume, cover letter, reflective self-analysis essay, and a collection of paper and/or electronic artifacts ready to present to possible employers.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0930COMM1060View
Care and Prevention Development StrategiesThis course will introduce the responsibilities of the Community Paramedic (CP) for gathering appropriate patient/client information and maintaining accurate records, including documentation of encounters between the CP and the patient/client. The student will also learn about the CP's role in assessing health care needs and appraising health care conditions.4Instructor approval and EMSV2001EMSV2011View
Cardiac CareThe course will prepare the Emergency Medical Provider to assess and manage those cardiac emergencies that result from coronary atherosclerosis, along with a number of conditions involving pathology of peripheral circulation. The interpretation of cardiac dysrhythmia receives primary emphasis in this course. Advanced Life Support Certification (ACLS) may be included.4EMSV1105 or EMSV1120 AND Instructor ApprovalEMSV1220View
Car Care for EveryoneThis course is for anyone who wants to keep their car running better, longer. The course will cover basic vehicle operation, including engines, brakes, steering and suspension. It will offer hands on instruction in basic vehicle inspection, and include some easy maintenance tasks.1NoneATEC1010View
CaptivateStudents will create scenario-based trainings, simulations, demonstrations, and quizzes using Captivate. Projects will be delivered online and to portable devices in multiple media types.3MMVP1500 with a grade of C or better or instructor approvalMMVP1565View
Capstone: Project Design and ManagementThis course is designed for the entrepreneur. Students will develop a residential project design and manage the drawings and documents for it. They will also produce permit and bid construction documents while consulting with industry professionals. A formal capstone project presentation will be provided by students using visual graphics to feature the details of their work and the challenges they encountered.5ARCH1008 AND ARCH1203 AND ARCH1101 OR ARCH2370 OR Previous CAD ExperienceARCH2562View
Capstone/PortfolioThis is the final synthesis and evaluation course to determine the student's ability to enter the hospitality industry. The course is designed to involve student in all aspects of catered events and assess their ability to develop cost and execute an event. To complete the requirements of the course, students will develop an on line portfolio to record their accomplishments in their course of study.2CULA1301, CULA1321, CULA1325, CULA1335, CULA1525, CULA1530, CULA1535, and CULA1540CULA1720View
CapstoneThis is a `capstone` experience usually taken during the last semester where business students will be required to work in teams using acquired technical skills to handle a business case study or to complete a business study project. Industry may be asked to review the work and evaluate work completed.3BUSN1000, BUSN1051, BUSN1140, BUSN1200, BUSN1300, CCIS2801, and CCIS2900BUSN2100View
CapstoneThis course examines current legal responsibilities and accountability of the Licensed Practical Nurse. Students will prepare for the NCLEX-PN licensure exam by identifying strengths and areas of concerns. The clinical components of this course will focus on integrating nursing theory with practice while caring for clients of all ages in various clinical settings.5NURS1201, NURS1222, NURS1261. NURS1242 prerequisite or concurrent, NURS2110 prerequisite or concurrent. Successful completion of pre-clinical medication math test with a score of 100%. Current CPR or BLS for the Health Care Provider or Professional Rescuer. Negative TB skin test or blood test or Chest x-ray. Proof of completed Hepatitis B vaccination series. Current clear background studyNURS2550View