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Ambulance OperationsThis course will focus on additional technical and clinical skills that are needed for use to work in the EMS field, but not covered in depth during the EMT-Basic course. Students will have the opportunity to prepare for ambulance work, clinical internships, and future courses in EMS. The course is challenging, and is based on experimental educational principles; students will learn by doing. The class is designed to help transfer classroom learning to field operations. This class is a prerequisite for most paramedic programs. The King Map book required for class and a uniform is required during the class ($125.00).2EMSV1100 or current Certified EMT-B and EMSV1130EMSV1105View
American Sign Language/Deaf Culture IThis course is designed to introduce students to American Sign Language and the Culture of Deaf People in the United States.3NoneLANG2000View
American Sign Language/Deaf Culture IIThis course is designed to increase students’ American Sign Language vocabulary and provide additional awareness of and insight into the deaf culture. This course builds upon the skills developed in LANG2000.3LANG2000 or instructor approvalLANG2010View
Analog CircuitsThis course covers diodes, power supplies, transistor operation, biasing, and specifications along with amplifier configuration and applications. It also covers operational amplifier operation, applications, and related circuitry. Troubleshooting, design, and circuit analysis are emphasized.3CMAE1552 or equivalent courseCMAE1556View
Analyzing Damage/Creating a Manual Damage ReportAccurate damage reports and cost estimating depends on proper use of collision estimating model guides. The collision guide is used to write a damage report for calculating parts, labor, supplies and materials for an accurate repair cost. The student then creates a manual damage report from this information. The damage report is the first guide to use during the beginning of the repair sequence and it provides a written plan for these repairs.2NoneABCT2175View
Anatomy and PhysiologyThis course assists the student to understand the basics of anatomy and physiology of the human body. This course will span the entire organizational format of the body, starting with the basic cell and including all of the body systems to form the complex human being. In addition, students will learn the basics of medical terminology associated with anatomy and physiology.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and HLTH1000HLTH1010View
Anatomy and Physiology for Emergency Medical Services (EMS)This course provides a basic study of the structure and function of the human body. Topics include a basic study of the body systems, as well as an introduction to homeostasis, cells, tissues, nutrition, acid-base balance, and electrolytes. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of the fundamental principles of anatomy and physiology related to EMS and how that knowledge can be applied to EMS care.3EMSV1105 or EMSV1120 AND Instructor ApprovalEMSV1200View
Anatomy and Physiology IThis course is the first semester of a lecture and laboratory sequence in human anatomy and physiology. Human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach, with emphasis on the interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Homeostasis is an integrating theme throughout this course. Topics include anatomic and directional terminology, cellular processes, tissue classification, and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Clinical applications of anatomy and physiology are also introduced. The laboratory component of the course parallels and reinforces lecture concepts through the use of models, histological slides, dissection of animal specimens and exercises in physiology. This course is intended for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the structure and functioning of the human body.4BIOL2005 with a grade equivalent of "C" or better OR BIOL2045 with a grade equivalent of "C" or betterBIOL2125View
Anatomy and Physiology IIThis course is the second semester of a lecture and laboratory sequence in human anatomy and physiology. Human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach, with emphasis on the interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Homeostasis is an integrating theme throughout this course. Topics include the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems, the immune response, fluid and electrolyte balance, metabolism, nutrition, and human development. Clinical applications of anatomy and physiology are also discussed. The laboratory component of the course parallels and reinforces lecture concepts through the use of models, histological slides, dissection of animal specimens and exercises in physiology. Some lab exercises will introduce students to the laboratory techniques and equipment used in the acquisition of physiological data. This course is intended for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the structure and functioning of the human body.4BIOL2005 with a grade equivalent of "C" or better and BIOL2125 with a grade equivalent of “C” or better OR BIOL2045 with a grade equivalent of "C" or better AND BIOL2125 with a grade equivalent of "C" or betterBIOL2225View
AnimationThis course will introduce the student to the principles of animation. Students will use cartoon style animation techniques to explore storytelling, creative visualization, and character development through the animation process. Students will learn about the digital animation workflow as they produce an animated short.3MMVP1500 or instructor approvalMMVP1580View