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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Intermediate Accounting IIThis course is an overview of financial accounting and its theoretical foundation including a conceptual framework of accounting for financial statements.3ACCT1107ACCT2206View
AuditingThis is a capstone class that will draw upon different topics covered in the AAS degree. It will familiarize students with the year-end audit process conducted by a CPA audit firm, and with the activities leading up to the publication of the annual report.3ACCT1107ACCT2700View
Data Analysis IIIProject based course with applications to real world industries such as healthcare and banking. Healthcare and financial concepts and industry practice will be studied. Students will analyze data and present his findings using Excel and PowerPoint.4ACCT1125 - Required. CCIS2460 - RecommendedCCIS2465View
Managerial AccountingThis course is a presentation of how accounting data and concepts may be interpreted and applied by management in planning and controlling business operations.4ACCT2155 AND qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1500ACCT2221View
Small Business Accounting SimulationThis course is designed to provide a successful transition from the students' academic training to the workplace environment. The students are required to use a variety of their accounting skills in a simulated accounting position. It is intended for accounting students who are near the end of their degree program.3ACCT2200 and ACCT2231ACCT2900View
Dental Team/Practice ManagementThis course is designed to give the student a fundamental understanding of the characteristics of dentistry. It will include the history of dentistry, its team members, specialties, professional organizations, legal and ethical considerations and the differences between Certification and Licensure. Dental business office procedures are also included. Students will make appointments, complete patient financial records and insurance forms, and realize the importance of good telephone techniques.2Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1000View
Preclinical Chairside AssistingIn this course the student will learn about microbiology, sterilization, monitoring and recording vital signs as well as how to respond to various medical emergencies that may arise in the dental office. The course will emphasize the prevention of disease transmission. The student will learn about anesthesia and pharmaceuticals used in dentistry. Hazardous communication and management in the dental office is also included. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1160View
Dental MaterialsThis course will introduce the student to various materials used in dentistry. These include gypsum, waxes, impression materials, cements (protective layers) and restorative materials. The student will learn identification, purposes and properties as well as the proper manipulation/preparation procedure for each. Laboratory equipment, safety measures and lab emergency protocol will be emphasized. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1140View
Chairside Assisting IIn this course the student will identify dental office design, assemble tray set-ups, perform an intra oral examination and complete services rendered. Students gain knowledge in dental supplies, inventory control, equipment and basic dental instruments. Maintenance and safety of dental instruments is evaluated. Practical learning experience will include how to chart the oral cavity, position the dental team and patient, control of moisture in the oral cavity as well as high velocity evacuation techniques. Students will also learn the expanded function of placement and removal of matrix bands. 4Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1180View
Dental RadiologyThis course is designed to introduce the student to the basic principles of x-ray production. Biological effects of ionizing radiation and safety procedures are covered. Also included is the exposing, processing, monitoring and evaluating of dental film. The student will gain practical experience in producing intraoral radiographs on typodonts in a clinical setting. Radiation safety policies are practiced and monitored. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1241View