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Applied Reading TechniquesThis course is structured to give students an opportunity to apply the basic vocabulary and comprehension skills learned in Reading Techniques. In addition, the course will focus on higher level thinking skills including drawing inferences and reading critically. 3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901 with a grade of C or better. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL0921View
Nursing Assistant/Home Health AideThis state approved course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health and/or illness continuum and basic personal care skills. It includes theory with skills demonstrated in a supervised laboratory setting and 24 hours of clinical care of selected adult elders in a long term care (LTC) setting. The role of the nursing assistant in a LTC facility as well as working with various populations is discussed. In addition, the course provides an overview of the nursing assistant's role in home care. It identifies issues related to working in homes, including adjustments to delivering personal care, food and nutrition, and homemaking responsibilities. Upon successful completion of this course, the student is eligible to take the MN Nursing Assistant Competency Evaluation for NA/HHA. Individuals successfully completing this examination are placed on the MN Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Registry.5Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901. Ability to lift and move 25-50 pounds. 16 years of ageNAHA1002View
Architectural Residential RevitIn this course, students will learn to use Revit software to create and coordinate building information models (BIM) for construction document production.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901. Prerequisite or concurrent ARCH1011ARCH2370View
Trained Medication AideThis state-approved program provides an overview of the requirements concerning medications and their administration. Other topics include legal criteria, medical abbreviations, measurements, use of the Physician`s Desk Reference (PDR), and overview of body systems and drug classifications. Administration of medications via oral, eye, ear, rectal, and topical routes will also be covered. Attendance of all classes is mandatory; any absence will result in repeating the course. Students must attain 90% on all examinations to continue in the class. Students who do not attain 90% in the retake exam may continue to attend the lecture portion of the class but may not test and will receive a failing grade.2Qualifying score on reading assessment test or ENGL0901. Proof of completing a 75 hour NA course. Proof required at the first classNURS1020View
Medical TerminologyThis course is designed to cover word analysis, spelling and usage of word roots, suffixes, prefixes and abbreviations common to the medical profession. Emphasis will be placed on spelling and constructing medical terms and pronunciation.2Qualifying score on reading assessment test or ENGL0921MAST1010View
Psychology Throughout the LifespanThis course explores human development across the lifespan. The developmental process will be viewed from the theoretical, physical, cognitive, and psychosocial perspectives. This course will examine the complete lifespan, beginning with prenatal development and progressing through the process of death and dying.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921PSYC2310View
Medical TerminologyThis course covers the introduction to word analysis and construction with usage of word roots, prefixes and suffixes. Emphasis will be placed on definition, pronunciation, and spelling of roots, prefixes, suffixes and medical words. In addition, students gain an understanding of the organization and complexity of the body and become familiar with the location and function of major body organs. Pharmacological drugs associated with the body systems will also be studied.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921OFCR1301View
Introduction to LogicLogic is the study of how or why something makes sense. This course focuses on the rules and skills of formal and symbolic logic and its practical applications. The rules of logic are used everywhere from computer and machine programming to making valid and convincing arguments.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921PHIL2000View
Introduction to Health CareersThis course is designed to serve as an exploration and orientation to various fields in the healthcare industry, such as medical assisting, medical office careers, nursing, pharmacy technician, emergency medical services, and health unit coordinator. It is intended to be survey of the healthcare industry in the United States. This course provides students with an opportunity to learn more about various careers in healthcare, the job outlook, career pathways, and what is needed to be successful in healthcare.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921HLTH1000View
Emergency Medical Responder (First Responder)This course uses the new education standards and meets the requirements established by the Minnesota EMS Regulatory Board (MN EMSRB). This course is designed to provide the Emergency Medical Responder (First Responder) at the scene of a Medical or Trauma Emergency with the necessary knowledge and skill to manage patient care until the arrival of ambulance personnel. The course is intended for Law Enforcement, Firefighters, Rescue Personnel, Ski Patrol, Athletic Coaches, School Nurses, Camp Counselors, Special Event Coverage Personnel, Industrial Emergency response teams and other individuals charged with "first response" duties.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921EMSV1050View