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LEED GA PreparationThe LEED GA (Leaders in Environmental and Energy Efficient Design, General Associate) course is designed to assist in preparation for the LEED GA certification exam. The learner will review LEED certification strategies, the green associate study guide, and LEED core concepts.2NoneARCH1505View
Sensor ApplicationsThis course will introduce the students to the operation of a variety of sensors used in automated manufacturing and robotics. Students will work with a variety of sensors including thru-beam, Retro-Reflective, and Diffuse Reflective sensors. Students will have the opportunity to connect sensors and differentiate between current sinking (NPN) and current sourcing (PNP) sensors. Students will work with simulations, modern trainers, and various real-life sensors to complete the learning objectives.2NoneARET1185View
Organizational Leadership and ManagementThe student will discuss personal and professional reasons for becoming a teacher, ways to advocate in this profession and develop a plan for continuous education and professional development. Students will improve skills in working with others by learning strategies for team building, coping with stress, and problem-solving. Students will study professional ethics.2CDEV1105 and ENGL2121CDEV2015View
Preschool Development and LearningThe student will study caregiving methods for preschool children in either home or center-based settings. Activities and materials that nurture children`s development will be explored. The student will describe characteristics of a developmentally appropriate program as well as plan preschool curriculum. For this course students should either be currently working with children or have consistent access to a group of preschool children.2CDEV1160 and CDEV1500CDEV2230View
Schoolage Development and LearningThe student will study caregiving methods for school-age children in either home or center based settings. The student will identify components of a developmentally appropriate program. Activities and materials that nurture children's development will be explored. The student will also examine new teaching strategies that are effective with school age children. For this course students should either be currently working with children or have consistent access to a group of schoolage children.2CDEV1160 and CDEV1500CDEV2255View
Multicultural Learning ExperiencesThe student will examine multicultural and anti-bias learning experiences for children. Students will integrate knowledge of child development, environments and teaching methods to promote and enhance multiculturalism and respect for all in a classroom or setting. 2CDEV1130 and CDEV2075CDEV2300View
Lab IIThis course is designed to build upon the skills acquired in Lab I. Students will learn how to perform 12-lead Electrocardiogram (ECG). This course covers immunology, clinical chemistry, and microbiology. In alignment with American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) Safety and Scope of Practice are thoroughly discussed. The students will perform waived testing according to the Clinical Laboratories Improvements Amendment guidelines.2MAST1020, concurrent enrollment in MAST2030 and must be taken semester before MAST2040, EMSV1155 or concurrent enrollment in EMSV1155MAST2021View
360 Introduction to ComputersThis is an introductory course in Microsoft Office computer applications for technical fields. The primary goal of this course is to help individuals acquire a hands-on working knowledge of current personal computer applications including word-processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation, and internet browser software.2Qualifying score on the reading assessment test OR ENGL0901CMAE1506View
Electronic Soldering and InspectionThis course provides basic training in IPC recommended (international trade association for Electronics Manufacturing) procedures for assembly, soldering and inspection of electronic components. The student will be introduced to IPC recommended techniques for assembling, soldering and inspecting through hole, SMD, Wires & Terminals. The course has both a discussion and a hands-on component. The hands-on activities are an opportunity to practice the IPC recommended techniques discussed in the lectures.2NoneELEC1220View
In Progress ResponseThis course will include instruction in the areas of Crimes In-Progress.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2261View