May 25, 2022  
2017-2018 Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Criminology and Criminal Justice

  
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    CCJ 1020 - Introduction to Criminal Justice


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course defines the components of criminal justice and their responsibilities. The course identifies problems that keep the criminal justice system from functioning effectively and efficiently and explains the functions and procedures of the uniform crime reporting system. It includes information that contrasts present criminal justice concepts and practices with their historical precedents and describes the procedures offenders undergo in their progression through the system. This course explains the duties of the bailiff, witness and defendant, addresses notification and scheduling for court, and evaluates the present value of the Peelian principles.


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    CCJ 1600 - Deviant Behavior


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course discusses these topics: professional behavior and attitudes toward abnormal behavior; theories of normal and abnormal human defense mechanisms and mental disturbances that are confronted by law enforcement; psychopathic behavior with the “normal” criminal; crisis intervention techniques in handling family violence situations; suicidal behavior and forms of suicide; deviant and abnormal sexual behavior, sex crimes and basic theories and philosophies of deviance.


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    CCJ 2010 - Introduction to Criminology


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course analyzes the development of the field of criminology; summarizes the factors and forces assumed to cause crime; illustrates the impact of crime on persons and property; discusses the extent of crime in the U.S.; defines victimless crimes and the origin of that term; and discusses the ramifications of violent crimes, the career criminal and organized crime.


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Computer Software Engineering

  
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    CEN 2361 - Mobile Device Software Development


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CGS 2820C  COP 2510  

    This course focuses on developing Web content for the mobile Web environment. Best practices and development techniques will be applied to a variety of devices including smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices.


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    CEN 2362 - Advanced Mobile Device Software Development


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CEN 2361  

    This course covers advanced applications and custom programming to develop applications for mobile devices. Topics include device capabilities, OS specific Software Development Kits (SDK), scripting for functionality and designing interactivity.


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Computer Engineering Technology

  
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    CET 1114C - Digital Fundamentals


    (4 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: EET 1033C .

    This course covers number systems, codes, logic gates, Boolean algebra, logic simplification and combinational logic. The areas of coverage also include the study of the theory, concepts, and circuits of digital electronics including decoders, encoders, multiplexers, flip flops, counters, and registers used in the applications of combinational and sequential logic. The laboratory exercises cover the measurement and analysis of digital circuits and devices.


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    CET 1600 - Networking Fundamentals


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CGS 1000  or CGS 1570  or permission of instructor.

    This course is the first course designed to provide students with training and laboratory experience in current and emerging networking technology. Instruction includes, but is not limited to, networking, network terminology and protocols, network standards, local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), the open system interconnection (OSI) reference model, cabling, routers, LAN/WAN topologies, Internet protocol (IP) addressing and network standards. Additional special fee is required.


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    CET 1605 - CCNA1 Introduction to Networks


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1600   or permission of the instructor.

    This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. By the end of the course, students will be able to build simple LANs, perform basic configurations for routers and switches, and implement IP addressing schemes. This course is offered via the Cisco Networking Academy. Additional Special Fee Required


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    CET 1610 - CCNA2 Routing and Switching Essentials


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1605   or permission of instructor.

    This course describes the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a small network. Students learn how to configure a router and a switch for basic functionality. By the end of this course, students will be able to configure and troubleshoot routers and switches and resolve common issues with RIPv1, RIPng, single-area and multi-area OSPF, virtual LANs, and inter-VLAN routing in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks.  This course is offered via the Cisco Networking Academy. (Formerly Router Technology). Additional special fee is required.


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    CET 2123C - Microprocessor Fundamentals


    (4 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1114C .

    This course covers number systems, codes, logic gates, Boolean algebra, logic simplification and combinational logic. The areas of coverage include the study of the theory, concepts, and circuits of digital electronics including decoders, encoders, multiplexers, flip flops, counters, and registers used in the applications of combinational and sequential logic. The laboratory exercises cover the measurement and analysis of digital circuits and devices.


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    CET 2535C - Process Control Systems


    (4 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Two hours lecture, four hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: permission of instructor.

    This course provides theory and applications of the microprocessor as a control device to regulate, position, count and detect in industrial electronics, power and motor control applications. (Spring)


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    CET 2615 - CCNA3 Scaling Networks


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1610   or permission of instructor.

    This course describes the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in larger and more complex networks. Students learn how to configure routers and switches for advanced functionality. By the end of this course, students will be able to configure and troubleshoot routers and switches and resolve common issues with OSPF, EIGRP, and STP in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Students will also develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement a WLAN in a small-to-medium network.  This course is offered via the Cisco Networking Academy. (Formerly Advance Router Technology). Additional special fee required


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    CET 2620 - CCNA4 Connecting Networks


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 2615   or permission of instructor.

    This course discusses the WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in a complex network. The course enables students to understand the selection criteria of network devices and WAN technologies to meet network requirements. Students learn how to configure and troubleshoot network devices and resolve common issues with data link protocols. Students will also develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement virtual private network (VPN) operations in a complex network.  This course is offered via the Cisco Networking Academy. (Formerly: Project Based Learning). Additional special fee required


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    CET 2854 - Wireless Networks


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1600  and recommended prerequisite: CET 1610 .

    This introductory course focuses on the design, planning, implementation, operation and troubleshooting of wireless networks. It covers a comprehensive overview of technologies, security, and design best practices with particular emphasis on hands-on skills in wireless networks. 


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    CET 2890 - Network Infrastructure Security


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1600 , CET 1610  and CIS 1355 .

    This course provides a comprehensive analysis of a wide breadth of network security technologies that could be deployed to harden a network infrastructure against various attacks. The course covers the installation, and security configurations of various network devices including switches, access points, routers, proxy servers, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention systems and other security and network appliances at different layers of the OSI model.


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Computer General Studies

  
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    CGS 1000 - Computer Information Systems


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course surveys the computing field. The student is introduced to hardware, software, storage concepts, local area networks, data communications, data security, privacy issues, the copyright law, file management techniques, email, the Internet and productivity software using an integrated software package. Additional special fees are required.


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    CGS 1543 - Database Design and Implementation


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Prerequisites: CGS 1000  or CGS 1570  or COP 2170  or permission of instructor.

    Students study relational database design principles in the context of a popular database management software package. Relationships, entity-relationship diagrams and normalization are emphasized. Implementation includes the creation of tables, queries, forms, reports, macros and programs. Additional special fee is required.


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    CGS 1570 - Integrated Business Apps Software


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Prerequisites: CGS 1000 .

    This course will build on the study of integrated business software begun in CGS 1000  with intermediate work in word processing, spreadsheets, database management and an introduction to presentation software. Integrating these applications to solve complex business problems will be emphasized. Additional special fees are required.


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    CGS 1949 - Co-op Work Experience in Computer Science


    (1 to 3 variable Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    A total of 160 hours of work experience is required. Prerequisites: Completion of at least 18 hours of computer science courses and/or permission of instructor or program manager.

    This work-study course is designed to continue training in a student’s academic major through field experiences and is intended to be a last-term elective. The student, instructor and work-site supervisor work together to determine specific learning objectives for each student. The student is then evaluated based on documentation of satisfactory completion of the learning objectives and work assignments. With program manager’s approval and based upon degree requirements, degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree program may repeat this course for a maximum total of three credits.


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    CGS 2172 - Implementing a Commerce Enabled Website


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: COP 2510  and CGS 2820C .

    This course teaches students how to conduct business online and how to manage the technological issues associated with constructing an electronic-commerce Web site. Strategies and products available for building electronic-commerce sites are explored.


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    CGS 2820C - Web Page Development


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    This course will present an introduction to creating Web pages. Topics to be discussed include the hypertext markup language, displaying text, creating links, adding graphics, building Web pages with multimedia (sound and video), forms and an introduction to JavaScript. Additional special fees are required.


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    CGS 2823 - Advanced Web Page Development


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CGS 2820C  and COP 2510  

    This course builds upon skills learned in CGS 2820C . Topics include responsive design, layout of a Web page, using JavaScript in a Web page, introduction to server-side development, introduction to databases in Web development, and Web services.


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    CGS 2932 - Emerging Web Technologies


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: COP 2510  and CGS 2820C .

    The course will discuss current technologies of interest to students in the Web Development Specialist program. Emphasis is placed on exposure to up-and-coming technologies relating to the web, providing hands-on experience, and discussion of practical implications of these emerging fields.


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Chemistry

  
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    CHM 1020C - The Chemistry of Everyday Life


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Four hours lecture/laboratory per week.

    The course meets Area V of the A.A./A.S. general education requirements. This course assumes no prior knowledge of chemistry and is designed primarily for persons in the liberal arts interested in obtaining a deeper understanding of the science of everyday life. This course explores the chemistry seen in the world around us. Additional special fees are required.


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    CHM 1025C - Introductory Chemistry


    (5 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: MAT 1033  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course meets Area V of the A.A./A.S. general education requirements. This course is designed primarily to prepare students for entrance into the general chemistry course, CHM 2045C .


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    CHM 1025L - Introductory Chemistry Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Companion laboratory to CHM 1025C . Additional special fees are required.


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    CHM 1032C - Chemistry for Health Professionals


    (4 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: MAT 1033  or higher with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course meets Area V of the A.A./A.S. general education requirements. This course is designed primarily for allied health science majors (students entering into the B.S.N. program) and is not an acceptable prerequisite for CHM 2045C . This course is a survey of general chemistry, organic chemistry and biochemistry.


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    CHM 1032L - Chemistry for Health Professionals Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Companion laboratory to CHM 1032C . Additional special fees are required.


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    CHM 2045C - General Chemistry I


    (5 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: Completion of  MAC 1105  . Completion of CHM 1025C  with a grade of “C” or better or one year of high school college preparatory honors or AP chemistry within last three years.

    This course meets Area V for the A.A./A.S. general education requirements. A rigorous study of chemistry principles for students who have already studied basic concepts of chemistry. This course is intended for science and science-related majors.


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    CHM 2045L - General Chemistry I Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Companion laboratory to CHM 2045C . Additional special fees are required.


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    CHM 2046C - General Chemistry II


    (5 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: Completion of CHM 2045C  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course meets Area V of the A.A./A.S. general education requirements. A rigorous study of chemical principles for students planning science and science related majors.


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    CHM 2046L - General Chemistry II Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Companion laboratory to CHM 2046C . Additional special fees are required.


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    CHM 2210C - Organic Chemistry I


    (5 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: CHM 2045C  -CHM 2046C  with grades of “C” or better.

    This course meets Area V of the A.A./A.S. general education requirements. This course includes a study of the structure, synthesis and reactions of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides, alcohols, ethers and epoxides. It is designed to prepare science majors and preprofessional students for upper-division courses in the major field.


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    CHM 2210L - Organic Chemistry I Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Companion laboratory to CHM 2210C . Additional special fees are required.


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    CHM 2211C - Organic Chemistry II


    (5 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: CHM 2210C  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course meets Area V of the A.A./A.S. general education requirements. This course includes a study of the structure, synthesis and reactions of phenols, aromatics, ketones, aldehydes, esters, amines, carbohydrates and acid derivatives. It is designed to prepare science majors and preprofessional students for upper-division courses in the major field.


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    CHM 2211L - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Companion laboratory to CHM 2211C . Additional special fees are required.


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    CHM 2930 - Special Topics in Chemistry


    (1 to 4 variable Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course is designed to meet the special needs of individuals or groups for whom regularly described courses in chemistry may not be available.


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Computer Science and Information Systems

  
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    CIS 1355 - Security Engineering


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1600 .

    This course addresses the basics of security engineering technology, including concepts of compliance and operational security, network security, threats and vulnerabilities, access controls, and cryptography. Conventional computer security issues, security baselines, and network and web security will be covered. Additional special fees are required.


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    CIS 2321 - Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Prerequisites: CGS 1543  and any COP course with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course introduces the analysis, design, implementation and control of data systems for management and communications. The scientific method is the platform for studying information systems through the system development life cycle. It includes proper definition of the problem, milestone development and tracking, cost/benefit analysis and design, development and implementation of new or replacement systems. Additional special fees are required.


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    CIS 2352 - Ethical Hacking


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: CIS 1355  and  CTS 2390  

    This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the techniques and methodologies of security penetration testing. This course includes hands-on instruction using the various tools and methods that security professionals use to analyze an information system in order to discover vulnerabilities and protect against information loss, cyberterrorism and corporate espionage. In addition to learning how to properly document a security test, the student explores the legal and ethical ramifications of penetration testing, and learns how to apply the appropriate countermeasures in order to reduce the risks that organizations face. Students are encouraged to prepare for and take the Certified Ethical Hacker certification test offered by the EC-Council. Additional special fee is required.


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    CIS 2930 - Special Topics, Computer Science


    (1 to 3 variable Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    This course is designed to meet the special needs of individuals or groups for which regular described courses may not be available.


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    CIS 2931 - Current Issues in Computing


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CGS 1000  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is a seminar for students interested in discussion, exploration and observation of select topics in computer science. The topics may include but are not limited to artificial intelligence, career development, managing technology, social responsibility, privacy and ethics.


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    CIS 2938 - Current Issues in Cybersecurity


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.

    This course is a seminar for students interested in discussion, exploration and observation of select topics in cybersecurity. The topics will include case analysis of current and well-known cyber security cases, security governance and policy, administering and managing information security, social responsibility, privacy and ethics.


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Criminal Justice: Corrections

  
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    CJC 1000 - Introduction to Corrections


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course explains the value of the history and evolution of corrections. Discussion will center on the philosophies of incarceration, major problems facing correctional administrators and the differences between juvenile and adult institutionalization. It will contrast the early Auburn and Philadelphia styles of prison construction with modern day practices and will explain the general concept of gain time. The course will define the concept of community-based corrections; contrast and define the concepts of probation and parole and the history of both; discuss problems of probation caseloads; discuss the advantages of work release and prerelease programs; explain contracting correctional services to privately operated organizations, treatment services and the roles of psychologists, psychiatrists and sociologists in correctional institutions; discuss vocational and therapeutic models in rehabilitation and their differences, and discuss the classification process and the conflicts it causes.


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Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement

  
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    CJE 1000 - Introduction to Law Enforcement


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course describes patrol techniques and the advantages of each. Topics include how to prepare reports, techniques and safety when stopping and searching vehicles and people, police communication techniques as well as public service announcements and presentations to citizen groups, traffic administration, steps in traffic accident investigations, concepts of selective enforcement; computers in traffic enforcement and advantages of various vehicles in traffic; patrol functions and police ethics and the impact of internal and external controls on police.


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    CJE 1300 - Police Administration and Organization


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course contrasts the variations in organizational structures of law enforcement, correctional and judicial organizations. It appraises the impact of national patrol studies, gives examples of recruiting techniques, explains the principles of and differences between line and staff and defines the general principles of allocation and deployment of manpower. The course discusses crime and vice control, identifies crime prevention techniques, discusses the importance of special operations and explains the importance of computerization to effective administration.


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    CJE 2600 - Criminal Investigations


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course explains the investigative techniques used in solving crimes; focuses on the principles, concepts, theory and history of investigations; defines the importance of evidence to the court proceedings; describes the 11 primary steps of preliminary investigations and discusses principles of proper interview and interrogation techniques. The course also explains the importance of police record-keeping and computers to the investigative process; terms such as demeanor, grooming and appearance; and the importance of the use of notes while testifying.


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    CJE 2640 - Criminalistics I


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course explains and discusses criminal laboratory techniques, methods of marking and preserving evidence, crime scene protection and types of investigative hardware and equipment, both field and laboratory. Demonstrations of crime sketching, fingerprinting, plastercasting and other evidence-gathering techniques also will be included.


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    CJE 3361 - Management of Specialized Law Enforcement Units


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (B.A.S.)


    This course provides students an opportunity to explore and understand specialized facets of law enforcement service delivery. Students focus on agency implementation of public safety, crime reduction, and/or community relations initiatives, evaluating program effectiveness and community impact. This process enhances students’ ability to research program needs, examine budgetary requirements for implementation, and measure program effectiveness from a viability standpoint.


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    CJE 4668 - Computer Crime


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (B.A.S.)


    This course provides an overview of computer crime from a criminal justice perspective. The course also examines similar issues, such as computer crime prevention, computer security, legal and social issues, and modern investigative methodologies.


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Criminal Justice: Juvenile

  
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    CJJ 2002 - Juvenile Delinquency and Rehabilitation


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course defines juvenile delinquency, the general proceedings of the juvenile court system and compares the advantages and disadvantages of juvenile incarceration. Discussion subjects will include major causes of juvenile delinquency; problem areas between peers which have an influence upon juvenile delinquency; parents and school; the labeling theory; the gang theory of juvenile delinquency causation; the importance of the public school system to detection and prevention; and the juvenile halfway house concept.


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Criminal Justice: Law and Process

  
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    CJL 2100 - Criminal Law


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course in criminal law emphasizes Florida substantive law and constitutional law. Differences between civil and criminal law and court are compared. English Common Law is used to explain the foundation of current laws. Elements of crimes against persons and property are identified and concepts of stare decisis, ex post facto law and burden of proof are examined.


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    CJL 2130 - Criminal Evidence and Procedures


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course emphasizes procedures as applied to arrest, search and seizure. The course defines and describes evidence and its sufficiency and admissibility, covers aspects of evidence from discovery to submission in court and explains the concepts of privileged information, admissions and confessions and dying declarations. The class integrates the Bill of Rights throughout.


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Computer Programming

  
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    COP 2170 - Visual Basic Programming


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Prerequisites: Strongly recommended prerequisite COP 2510 .

    This course introduces object-oriented programming using Visual Basic. Topics covered include object concepts (objects, properties, methods, events) and programming concepts (data types, sequence, selection, iteration, functions, procedures, parameter passing, arrays, text files and databases). Application development techniques are stressed. Additional special fee is required.


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    COP 2224C - C++ Programming I


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours lecture per week, plus laboratory as assigned by instructor. Prerequisites: COP 2510  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is an introduction to object oriented programming using C++. The C++ language is well suited for this purpose because it supports traditional structured programming techniques and promotes concepts such as encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism through user-defined classes.


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    COP 2228C - C++ Programming II


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours lecture per week, plus laboratory as assigned by instructor. Prerequisites: COP 2224C  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course emphasizes more advanced concepts of object-oriented programming. Abstract data types including linked lists, stacks, queues and trees are covered. Advanced techniques including exception handling, file processing and the standard template library are covered. Additional special fees are required.


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    COP 2250C - Java Programming I


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Prerequisites: COP 2510  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course introduces object-oriented programming and the Java language including primitive data types; arrays and classes; sequential, selection and repetition control structures; graphical user interface; and events and event handling.


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    COP 2333 - Advanced Visual Basic


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Three hours lecture per week, plus laboratory as assigned by instructor. Prerequisites: COP 2170  or permission of instructor.

    This course covers advanced topics in Visual Basic. Topics covered will include advanced interface development, advanced database management, API, Classes, Collections, crystal reports, Package and Deploy, New OCXs. Part of the course may be devoted to a real Visual Basic (VB) intern or business project. Students also may be required to do some research and a presentation based upon that research. Additional special fees are required.


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    COP 2510 - Programming Concepts


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course is an introduction to object-oriented programming. The main focus is general object-oriented and programming concepts from a software engineering perspective.


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    COP 2805C - Java Programming II


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Prerequisites: COP 2250C  with a grade of “C” or better. 

    This course offers expanded topics in object-oriented programming and the Java language including creating graphical user interfaces, file handling, using the Java collection classes, networking, and database connectivity.


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    COP 2822 - Web Scripting


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: COP 2510  and CGS 2820C .

    This course presents Web scripting utilizing current programming and scripting languages for Web application. Various scripting languages will be used to create interactive Web pages.


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    COP 2842 - Developing Websites Using PHP/MYSQL


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites:  .

    This course uses MySQL and PHP to build interactive dynamic, data-driven Web applications. PHP is used to interact with databases, build elaborate scripts, validate and process forms, and utilizes XAMPP’s Web development tools.


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Comparative Politics

  
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    CPO 2002 - Comparative Government


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course meets Area III of the A.A./A.S. general education requirements.** This course meets part of the six hour international/intercultural graduation requirement. This course is an introductory survey of government institutions and political behavior throughout the world, including topics such as electoral systems, political culture, democratic and nondemocratic regimes, comparative political economics, national identity, and political change and continuity.


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Creative Writing

  
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    CRW 2001 - Creative Writing I


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Prerequisites: ENC 1101  and concurrent registration in or completion of ENC 1102  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course meets the Gordon Rule requirement. This course is a beginning workshop in the writing of poetry and/or fiction; projects in drama are optional. Assignments (some formal, some thematic) in either poetry and/or fiction are designed to stimulate beginning writers and to familiarize them with literary techniques and forms. Students are expected to participate in class discussion.


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    CRW 2002 - Creative Writing II


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours per week. Prerequisites: ENC 1101 , CRW 2001  and concurrent registration or completion of ENC 1102  or its equivalent with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course meets the Gordon Rule requirement. This course is a second-level course in writing or poetry and/or short fiction; projects in drama are optional. Assignments (some formal, some thematic) are designed to stimulate second level writers and to familiarize them with literary techniques and forms. Students are expected to share their work with the class and to participate in class discussion.


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Computer Technology and Skills

  
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    CTS 1150C - Microcomputer Hardware and Maintenance


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: A fundamental knowledge of DOS and Windows.

    This course will examine hardware terms, preventive maintenance, and basic computer repairs. This course is designed for the average computer user who desires to understand basic troubleshooting techniques.

      Additional special fee is required.


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    CTS 1437 - SQL Administration


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1600  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course develops the skills required to manage SQL Server databases using SQL administration tools.


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    CTS 2321 - Linux System Administration


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1600  and CTS 2390 .

    This course on the Linux operating system covers the topics required for the Comp TIA Linux + Certification Exam. Topics include planning a Linux implementation, installation, configuration, administration, system maintenance, troubleshooting, and system hardware.  Students will also be exposed to various open source Linux utilities used in network and security administration.


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    CTS 2330 - Installing and Administering Microsoft Exchange Server


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CTS 2391  with a grade of “C” or better or permission of instructor.

    Microsoft Exchange Server is a robust email system capable of providing additional opportunities for integrating and automating a full range of business processes. This course will cover the design, installation and troubleshooting of Microsoft Exchange Server.


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    CTS 2390 - Installing and Configuring Windows Server


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CET 1600  and a working knowledge of Windows.

    This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install and configure the Microsoft Windows Server operating system as part of a workgroup or domain, in both physical and virtual environments.  Offered as CTS 1300 prior to Fall 2015. Additional special fees are required.


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    CTS 2391 - Administering Windows Server


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CTS 2390  with a minimum grade of “C” or permission of instructor.

    This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to administer Microsoft Windows Server on a domain, including infrastructure, Active Directory, and Group Policy.  Offered as CET 2792 prior to Fall 2015. Additional special fees are required.


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    CTS 2392 - Configuring Advanced Windows Server Services


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CTS 2390 , strongly recommended: CTS 2391  

    This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to configure advanced Microsoft Windows Server Services including fault tolerance and security management options. Offered as CET 2794 prior to Fall 2015. Additional special fees are required.


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    CTS 2433 - SQL Implementation


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CGS 1543 , and  CET 1600   with a grade of “C” or better or permission of instructor.

    This course presents the fundamentals of relational databases. It develops the skills needed to use SQL Server to create and manipulate a database and access and maintain data. Additional special fees are required.


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    CTS 2434 - Server Database Developer


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CGS 1543 CET 1600 , and CTS 2433 .

    This course will introduce Microsoft SQL Server development to students. Students will get theoretical knowledge and practical skills in Transact-SQL coding, debugging, and performance tuning.


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    CTS 2445 - SQL Server Database Advanced Development


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: CTS 2434 .

    This course provides a comprehensive advanced approach to the Business Intelligence of SQL Server with high availability solutions.  Students will learn how to plan a data warehouse infrastructure, define an appropriate disaster recovery approach, balance query‐based processing versus filter-based processing, and more.


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Dance

  
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    DAA 1000 - Introduction to Dance I


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course provides a study of various styles of dance, useful for the lay person as well as the theatre or music major.  An overview of jazz, tap, ballet, modern/lyrical and ballroom dance, for fun and fitness, as well as for audition preparation, is included. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum number of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of nine (9) combined credits of dance courses may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for dance courses.


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    DAA 1000B - Introduction to Dance IB


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Prerequisites:   or permission of the instructor.

    This course provides a study of various styles of dance, useful for the lay person as well as the theatre or music major.  An overview of jazz, tap, ballet, modern/lyrical and ballroom dance, for fun and fitness, as well as for audition preparation, is included. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum number of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of nine (9) combined credits of dance courses may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for dance courses.


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    DAA 2101 - Contemporary and Traditional Dance


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours per week. Prerequisites: DAA 1000  or consent of instructor.

    This course is designed for students with some prior dance or movement training and a desire to further develop their modern, jazz, tap, ballet, lyrical and ballroom dance techniques. Various dance techniques are explored that are useful for dance, theatre and music majors for audition preparation as well as the lay person for fun and fitness. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum number of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of nine (9) combined credits of dance courses may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for dance courses.


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    DAA 2101B - Contemporary and Traditional Dance IB


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Prerequisites: DAA 1000  and DAA 2101  and consent of instructor.

    This course is designed for students with some prior dance or movement training and a desire to further develop their modern, jazz, tap, ballet, lyrical and ballroom dance techniques. Various dance techniques are explored that are useful for dance, theater and music majors for audition preparation as well as the lay person for fun and fitness. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum number of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of nine (9) combined credits of dance courses may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for dance courses. 


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    DAA 2930 - Special Topics: Dance


    (1 to 3 variable Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course is designed to meet the special needs of individuals or groups for whom regular, described courses may not be available.


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Dental Hygiene

  
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    DEH 1000 - Introduction to Dental Hygiene


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    This course is designed as an introduction to dentistry and the dental hygiene profession and provides the basic introductory knowledge required to provide comprehensive preventive dental health services for patients. (Fall) (Summer)


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    DEH 1002C - Introduction to Clinical Procedure


    (6 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Corequisites: DES 1010  and DES 1200C . This course is designed to provide the student with the knowledge of the basic principles of instrumentation, instrument design and their use, and the fundamental skills necessary to provide comprehensive dental hygiene service. (Fall)


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    DEH 1002L - Introduction to Clinical Procedures Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    This clinical practice course is designed for the dental hygiene student to clinically apply the principles and concepts of dental hygiene care developed in  . Students master basic instrumentation skills and dental hygiene procedures on manikins and student partners in preparation for patient care in Spring. (Fall)


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    DEH 1130 - Oral Embryology and Histology


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.S.)


    Corequisites: DEH 1800C  and DES 1100C . This course introduces the student to a comprehensive study of the embryonic development of the tissues and cells that comprise the specific anatomical structures of the face and oral cavity. (Spring)


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    DEH 1720 - Preventive Dentistry


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.S.)


    This course is designed to broaden the dental hygiene student’s knowledge of health promotion and disease prevention and the use of oral physiotherapy adjuncts to achieve optimum dental health. (Fall)


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    DEH 1800C - Clinical Dental Hygiene I


    (5 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Two hours class, 12 clinical hours per week. Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion of DEH 1002C , DES 1020C, DES 1010, DES 1200C  and BSC 2086C .

    This course is designed to further enhance the student’s knowledge of dental hygiene practice with the introduction of adjunct dental hygiene procedures and to provide clinical experience in total patient care. Emphasis is placed on basic principles and concepts of current dental hygiene services and refinement of preclinical instrumentation. Patient education, the dental hygiene process of care and basic radiography are introduced. Additional special fees are required. (Spring)


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    DEH 1800L - Clinical Dental Hygiene I Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    This is a mandatory laboratory that accompanies DEH 1800C .


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    DEH 2300 - Pharmacology and Pain Control


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Corequisites: DEH 2400 , DEH 2702C  and DEH 2804C . This course is designed to introduce the dental hygiene student to the origin, physical and chemical properties, preparation modes of administration and effects on the body’s systems of commonly prescribed drugs that may require an alteration of dental hygiene treatment and the drugs and anesthesia which are used in dentistry. (Fall)


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    DEH 2400 - General and Oral Pathology


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Corequisites: DEH 2804C  and DEH 2300 . This course is designed to introduce the dental hygiene student to the principles of pathology and its relationship to the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity. Emphasis is placed on the importance of early recognition of subtle changes in the oral tissue by the dental hygienist. (Fall)


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    DEH 2602 - Periodontology


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Corequisites: DEH 2802C . This course is designed to expand on the dental hygiene student’s knowledge of the etiology, classification, diagnoses, treatment and maintenance of periodontal diseases and the care of the individual with these diseases. (Offered Summer A and B semesters only.)


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    DEH 2702C - Community Dental Health


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion of or concurrent enrollment in   and SYG 2000 .

    Corequisites: DEH 2804C . This course introduces the student to public health and the responsibilities of the dental hygienist in the promotion of oral health education in the community. Content will include basic concepts of education and community dental health, history and trends in public health, principles of communication, dental epidemiology and indices, needs assessment, biostatistics, literature review, community organizations, and the dental care delivery system. Also the planning, implementation and evaluation of dental health programs and community service projects will be included. (Spring)


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    DEH 2702L - Community Dental Health Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    This is a mandatory laboratory that accompanies DEH 2702C .


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    DEH 2802C - Clinical Dental Hygiene II


    (4 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Two hours class, 12 laboratory hours per week.

    This course is designed to provide the dental hygiene student with the knowledge and understanding of dental hygiene care for special needs patients.  The course also introduces the dental hygiene student to the theory and techniques of several procedures that expand the student’s knowledge and ability in perform total patient care and the use of the ultrasonic scaler and air polisher. Additional special fees are required. (Summer)


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    DEH 2802L - Clinical Dental Hygiene II Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    This is a mandatory laboratory that accompanies DEH 2802C .


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    DEH 2804C - Clinical Dental Hygiene III


    (7 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion of DEH 2802C , HUN 2201  and PSY 2012 .

    Corequisites: DEH 2300 , DEH 2400  and completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENC 1101  and SYG 2000 . This course is designed to provide ongoing clinical experiences for the dental hygiene student in total patient care. Emphasis is placed on incorporation of professional decision making and increasing quality care. Expanded functions in dental hygiene are included. Additional special fees are required.


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    DEH 2804L - Clinical Dental Hygiene III Laboratory


    (7 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    This is a mandatory laboratory that accompanies DEH 2804C .


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    DEH 2806C - Clinical Dental Hygiene IV


    (6 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    Two hours class, 15 laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion of DEH 2804C  , DEH 2400 , DEH 2300 , ENC 1101  and SYG 2000 .

    Corequisites: DEH 2702C , DEH 2702L  and completion or concurrent enrollment in SPC 1608  and Humanities elective. This course incorporates a discussion of ethical and legal issues, professional organizations, the Florida State Dental Practice Act and continuing education regulations and requirements. Dental office management procedures and the business and professional skills necessary to practice in a dental office and alternate practice settings are discussed. Methods of preparation for the National Board Examination are reviewed. Additional special fees are required. (Spring)


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    DEH 2806L - Clinical Dental Hygiene IV Laboratory


    (0 Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    This is a mandatory laboratory that accompanies DEH 2806C 


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    DEH 2822 - Dental Office Emergencies


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.S.)


    This course is designed to develop the dental hygiene student’s skill to plan for, identify and manage a medical emergency in the dental office, including those in conjunction with the administration of local anesthesia.  Also included is the specific protocol for the management of a medical emergency in the SCF Dental Hygiene Clinic. (Spring)


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    DEH 2900 - Dental Hygiene Competency Review


    (1 to 3 variable Credit Hours)
    (A.S.)


    One to three hours of didactic instruction per week or four to 12 hours per week of clinical practice. Prerequisites: permission of the Dental Hygiene Program director.

    This course is designed to meet the needs of students who either wish to re-enter the program or a graduate student who desires clinical updating and competency review in preparation for the clinical licensure examination. Additional special fee is required.


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