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Floor and Wall FramingThis course covers floor and wall framing. It is designed to introduce students to framing materials used to build floors and walls and a working knowledge of layout and framing practices. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.5Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR Qualifying score on ESL reading assessment testCARP1111View
Clinical Procedures IIThis course builds on the skills attained in Clinical Procedures I. Critical thinking skills related to medication administration is a course focus. Safe and accurate drug administration utilizing parenteral and non-parental routes are taught as well as other special procedures. For example, successful course completion requires students to achieve 90% or higher on a dosage calculation exam. In addition, the course reviews stress management, pediatric care, geriatric care, rehabilitation, and therapeutic modalities. Emergency preparedness will be covered along with the fundamental of working within the electronic medical record. Service Learning is a part of this course.5MAST1030MAST2035View
Manufacturing Fundamentals III (Bridge Course)This course is designed for M-Powered students to bridge into diploma-granting programs successfully. All the topics covered in the earlier classes are explored with emphasis on more advanced knowledge and skills development in the areas of print reading, mathematics, and quality assurance.5METS1105 or instructor approvalMETS1110View
Principles of Pharmacy Practice IIStudents will continue to be acquainted with retail and institutional pharmacy practices. Intravenous (IV) drug admixture, total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and critical care IV admixture will be covered. Unit dose dispensing, diabetic supplies and medication storage and stability will be covered. Students will study billing systems and the universal medical coding system which classifies medical conditions and treatments into sets of numeric codes. Personal safety and hygiene related to pharmacy practice will also be covered. In a lab setting students will practice filling prescriptions and develop communication skills associated with pharmacy.5PHRM1040PHRM1060View
Pathophysiology for Emergency Medical Services (EMS)The course is an introduction to the basic concepts of pathophysiology. The student will examine the phenomena that produce alterations in human physiologic function and the resulting human response. Upon completion of the course, students will understand pathophysiological changes, including how pathological processes are manifested, progress in the body, and primary and secondary effects.5EMSV1105 or EMSV1120 AND Instructor ApprovalEMSV1215View
EMS SkillsEmergency Medical Services (EMS) skills focuses on the Basic and Advanced Life Support skills. These include: patient assessment, airway control with adjuncts, IV therapy, suctioning, communication skills, Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) intubation, medication administration and other invasive techniques. The students may use high fidelity simulation throughout the course to assist them in mastering these skills.5EMSV1105 or EMSV1120 AND Instructor ApprovalEMSV1235View
Grammar/Writing IIDevelop basic writing skills. Students work on grammar, short paragraphs, and editing, using the standards of written American English. Classes utilize a computer lab to practice basic word processing and other basic computer skills.5Qualifying score on ESL reading assessment testESOL0821View
Grammar/Writing IIIDevelop college writing skills. Students work on grammar, paragraphs, and editing, using the standards of written American English. Classes utilize a computer lab to practice writing, word processing, editing, and other basic computer skills.5Qualifying score on ESL reading assessment test OR ESOL0821 and ESOL0822 and ESOL0823 with a grade of C or betterESOL0831View
Grammar/Writing IVDevelop college writing skills. Students work on more complex grammar, editing, and academic writing, using the standards of written American English. Classes utilize a computer lab to practice writing, word processing, editing, and other basic computer skills.5Qualifying score on ESL reading assessment test OR ESOL0831 and ESOL0832 and ESOL0833 with a grade of C or betterESOL0841View
Architectural Residential AutoCADThis course will introduce the student to the basics needed to use the computer and AutoCAD software as a tool in the preparation of architectural working drawings. The student will study coordinate systems, drawing set-up, drawing and modifying commands, annotation, dimensioning, hatching and plotting. The student will produce architectural construction drawings for a cabin.5Qualifying score on reading assessment test or ENGL0901 and prerequisite or concurrent enrollment in ARCH1008 and prerequisite or concurrent enrollment in ARCH1203 recommendedARCH1101View