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Course Descriptions


 

The numbers in parentheses listed following the course description, Semester Hours:  (3 - 3 - 0), are explained below:

  • The first digit is the number of semester credit hours for the course.
  • The second digit is the number of lecture hours per week in a regular 16 week semester.
  • The third digit is the number of laboratory/clinical/internship/practicum hours per week in a regular 16 week semester.

Hours met per week are based on semester-length classes; courses of shorter semesters during such as flex classes, will meet for more hours per week for equivalency.

 
  
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    DAAC 2272 - Case Presentation Method


    Prerequisites: DAAC 2166, DAAC 2271

    Corequisites: DAAC 2167

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course explores the requirements for the written case presentation and the oral examination as directed by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). Students will complete a written case presentation and review the oral examination pool of questions as they pertain to the substance abusing client. Students will be introduced to the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of the alcohol and other drug (AOD) counselor.

    Semester Hours: (2-2-0)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2273 - Professional and Ethical Issues


    Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in PMHS 2166 or permission of the program coordinator.

    Topics include professional issues faced by human services professionals, with an emphasis on ethical issues and decision making.

    Semester Hours: (2-2-0)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2274 - Professional Development


    Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in PMHS 2167 or permission of the program coordinator

    This course explores selected current events, skills, knowledge, and behaviors pertinent to the student’s occupational readiness and performance. Topics may include counselor portfolios, licensure test preparation, community service and other topics relevant to professional development.

    Semester Hours: (2-2-0)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2280 - Cooperative Education Substance Abuse /Addiction Counseling


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course offers career-related activities encountered in the student’s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. This course also includes a lecture component. Direct supervision is provided by the on-site clinical professional, qualified credentialed counselor. The hours accumulated in this course may be used to meet partial requirement toward the 4,000 hours of work experience for licensure as a chemical dependency counselor.

    Semester Hours: (2-1-10)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2306 - Substance Abuse Prevention I


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Focuses on aspects of substance abuse prevention from a public health model.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2307 - Addicted Family Intervention


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course studies the family as a dynamic system focusing on the effects of addiction on family roles, rules, and behavior patterns. Discussion will include the effects of mood altering substances, behaviors, and therapeutic alternatives as they relate to the family from a multicultural and trans-generational perspective.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2329 - Clinical Supervision


    Prerequisites: (DAAC 1304, DAAC 2307, DAAC 1309, DAAC 1319, DAAC 2343) or (PSYT 2339, PSYT 2301, PSYT 2329), or approval of program coordinator

    This course assists students in defining and conceptualizing models and types of supervision. Areas of discussion include supervision methods and techniques covering the roles, focus, group supervision, multicultural issues, and the methods of assessing and evaluating supervision. Ethical, legal and professional issues; covering roles of supervision and standards of practice; authorized counseling methods; and scope of practice for several licensed professionals will be examined. The executive and administrative tasks covering development and implementation of a supervision plan, supervision contract, time for supervision, record keeping, and reporting on the supervision provided will also be covered in this course.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2341 - Counseling Alcohol and Other Drug Addictions


    Prerequisites: PSYT 1329 or permission of the program coordinator

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Special skills and techniques in the application of counseling skills for the Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) client. Development and utilization of advanced treatment planning and management. Includes review of confidentiality and ethical issues.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2343 - Current Issues


    Prerequisites: Prerequisite: DAAC 1309 or permission of the program coordinator

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course examines current issues in addiction counseling. Topics of investigation will include special populations, dual diagnosis, ethics, gambling, and infectious diseases associated with addiction counseling.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2353 - Substance Abuse Prevention II


    Prerequisites: DAAC 2306

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Focuses on the incorporation of research and evaluation methods into advanced program designs and outcomes, and research and application of ethics as applied to substance abuse prevention.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2380 - Cooperative Education - Substance Abuse/Addiction Counseling


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course offers career-related activities encountered in the student’s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. This course also includes a lecture component. Direct supervision is provided by the on-site clinical professional, qualified credentialed counselor. The hours accumulated in this course may be used to meet partial requirement toward the 4,000 hours of work experience for licensure as a chemical dependency counselor.

    Semester Hours: (3-1-20)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2480 - Cooperative Education - Substance Abuse/Addiction Counseling


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course offers career-related activities encountered in the student’s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. This course also includes a lecture component. Direct supervision is provided by the on-site clinical professional, qualified credentialed counselor. The hours accumulated in this course may be used to meet partial requirement toward the 4,000 hours of work experience for licensure as a chemical dependency counselor.

    Semester Hours: (4-1-30)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DAAC 2580 - Cooperative Education - Substance Abuse/Addiction Counseling


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course offers career-related activities encountered in the student’s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. This course also includes a lecture component. Direct supervision is provided by the on-site clinical professional, qualified credentialed counselor. The hours accumulated in this course may be used to meet partial requirement toward the 4,000 hours of work experience for licensure as a chemical dependency counselor.

    Semester Hours: (5-1-40)

    CIP: 51.1501

  
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    DANC 1110 - Tap I


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1171

    This course offers instruction and participation in basic tap dance to include vocabulary, technique, history and styles in tap. Various pieces of choreography will be set in class.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1122 - Folk I


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1167

    This course introduces one or more traditional popular dance forms from various regions. Topics vary by semester and may include: Capoeira, Middle Eastern, African, Indian, Brazilian, German etc. Same course as KINE 1167

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1128 - Ballroom I


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1162

    Introduction to American social ballroom dancing. Basics in waltz, foxtrot, rumba, cha cha, tango, and swing will be presented. Emphasis is placed on footwork, lead/follow, timing/rhythm, styling and the blending of movements. Same course as KINE 1162

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1129 - Ballroom II


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 2162

    Prerequisites: DANC 1128 or KINE 1162 or instructor permission

    This course expands on skills and knowledge acquired in DANC 1128. Topics may vary by semester. Same course as KINE 2162

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1133 - Country and Western I


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1163

    This course is an introduction to basic country western dance to include couple and line dances. The emphasis is places on footwork, lead/follow, timing/rhythm, styling and the blending of movements. Same course as KINE 1163

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1141 - Ballet I


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1160

    This course develops physical proficiency in the performance of basic ballet vocabulary while promoting an understanding of the principles, practices, and vocabulary common to ballet. Same course as KINE 1160

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1142 - Ballet II


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 2160

    Prerequisites: DANC 1141 or KINE 1160 or instructor permission

    This course expands on the skills and knowledge acquired in DANC 1141. Same course as KINE 2160

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1145 - Modern Dance I


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1169

    This course introduces students to the fundamentals of dance techniques, coordination of body parts, rhythm, and expressive qualities of movement. Same course as KINE 1169

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1146 - Modern Dance II


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 2169

    Prerequisites: DANC 1145 or KINE 1169 or instructor permission

    This course expands on the skills and knowledge acquired in DANC 1145. Same course as KINE 2169

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1147 - Jazz Dance I


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1168

    This course offers instruction and participation in jazz dance technique to include vocabulary, technique, history, and styles in jazz dance. Various pieces of choreography will be set in class. Same course as KINE 1168

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1149 - Ballet Folklorico I


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1161

    This course introduces basic footwork techniques, emphasizing fundamentals of body placement, vocabulary, and regions of Mexican Folklorico Dance. Development of dance combinations to enhance technical skills, memory and performance qualities. Same course as KINE 1161

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1151 - Dance Performance I


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1172

    Prerequisites: DANC 1145 or DANC 1147 or KINE 1168 or KINE 1169

    Instruction and participation in dance performance.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1152 - Dance Performance II


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1173

    Prerequisites: DANC 1151 or KINE 1172 or instructor permission

    This course expands on the skills and knowledge acquired in DANC 1151 or KINE 1172.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1153 - Spanish Ballet I (Flamenco)


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 1170

    This course will introduce students to beginning principles of Flamenco movements to include “Compas” in a variety of Flamenco forms, “Palmas” or hand clapping, and “Taconeo” footwork to develop strength and speed, “Braceo” hand and arm movements unique to Flamenco, and the use of castanets.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1154 - Spanish Ballet II (Flamenco)


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 2170

    Prerequisites: DANC 1153 or KINE 1170 or instructor permission

    This course expands on skills and knowledge acquired in DANC 1153 or KINE 1170. Same course as KINE 2170

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1245 - Modern Dance I (Dance and Movement Improvisation)


    This course introduces the practice of movement improvisation. Developing improvisational skill through dynamic investigation of movement forms- space, time, weight, and force. Increasing range of personal creativity, awareness, and movement skill. Students gain resources for dance composition and performance.

    Semester Hours: (2-2-1)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 1301 - Dance Composition I


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Development of basic principles and theories involved in composition. Emphasis is placed on movement principles, group and structural forms.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0301.55 26

  
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    DANC 1305 - World Dance


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course instructs dance forms from at least three major cultures from three continents, with an emphasis on rhythmic awareness and movement development. The cultural origins, significance, and motivation, as well as the use of costumes and music will be explored in lecture and research. Instruction will include experiential and written assignments, live performances, guest artists, and multimedia resources.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0301.56 26

  
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    DANC 2145 - Modern Dance III


    Prerequisites: DANC 1146 or KINE 2169, or instructor permission

    This course expands on the skills and knowledge acquired in DANC 1145 and DANC 1146

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 2151 - Dance Performance III


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 2172

    Prerequisites: DANC 1152 or KINE 1173 or instructor permission

    This course expands on the skills and knowledge acquired in DANC 1152 and KINE 1173.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 2152 - Dance Performance IV


    Cross-Listed With: KINE 2173

    Prerequisites: DANC 2151 or KINE 2172 or instructor permission

    This course expands on the skills and knowledge acquired in DANC 1151, DANC 1152, and DANC 2151. Same course as KINE 2173

    Semester Hours: (1-1-2)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DANC 2303 - Dance Appreciation


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Introduction to dance as a universal form of human expression and survey of dance forms as they have developed throughout history and around the world. Comparisons are made between dance and other art forms in cultural context.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0301.54 26

  
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    DANC 2325 - Anatomy and Kinesiology for Dancers


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course introduces students to musculoskeletal variations and neurological processes in regard to movement efficiency, injury prevention, performance and aesthetics. Focus on functional anatomy in context of dance movement through experimental learning techniques.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0301.52 26

  
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    DFTG 1191 - Special Topics in Drafting and Design Technology/Technician, General


    Prerequisites: Approval of Program Director or Chairperson

    Topics of this course address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-0)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 1291 - Special Topics in Drafting and Design Technology/Technician, General


    Prerequisites: Approval of Program Director or Chairperson

    Topics of this course address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student.

    Semester Hours: (2-2-1)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 1315 - Architectural Blueprint Reading


    The fundamentals of blueprint reading for the construction industry will be examined.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 15.1303

  
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    DFTG 1325 - Blueprint Reading and Sketching


    This course is an introduction to reading and interpreting working drawings for fabrication processes and associated trades. Included is a study of fundamentals, including size and shape descriptions, projection methods, sections, auxiliary views, dimensioning practices, and pictorial drawings. The use of sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings is also studied.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 1391 - Special Topics in Drafting and Design Technology/Technician, General


    Prerequisites: Approval of Program Director or Chairperson

    Topics of this course address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-3)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 1405 - Technical Drafting


    This course is an introduction to the principles of drafting. Included is a study of fundamentals, including size and shape descriptions, projection methods, geometric construction, sections, auxiliary views, dimensioning practices, pictorial drawings, and reproduction processes as well as lettering and line quality.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 1409 - Basic Computer-Aided Drafting


    An introduction to computer-aided drafting. Emphasis is placed on setup; creating and modifying geometry; storing and retrieving predefined shapes; placing, rotating, and scaling objects, adding text and dimensions, using layers, coordinate systems, and plot/print to scale.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1302

  
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    DFTG 1410 - Specialized Basic Computer Aided Drafting


    Prerequisites: DFTG 1405 or equivalent

    This course covers the fundamentals of computer-aided drafting using Microstation software. The student will learn how to create, view, and edit detail and working drawings. The emphasis is placed on drawing set-up; creating and modifying geometry; storing and retrieving predefined shapes; placing, rotating, and scaling objects; adding text and dimensions; using layers and coordinate systems; using input and output devices; using Accudraw; plotting; and using multiple units and scales.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1302

  
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    DFTG 1413 - Drafting for Specific Occupations


    Cross-Listed With: DFTG 1013 for CE use

    Corequisites: DFTG 1417 and ARCE 1421

    Discussion of theory and practice with drafting methods and the terminology required to prepare working drawings in specific or various occupational fields including an introduction to computer-aided drafting. Emphasis is placed on Architectural setup; creating and modifying geometry; storing and retrieving predefined shapes; placing, rotating, and scaling objects, adding text and dimensions, using layers, coordinate systems, and plot/print to scale.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 1417 - Architectural Drafting-Residential


    Prerequisites: DFTG 1409 or equivalent

    Architectural drafting procedures, practices, and symbols. Preparation of detailed working drawings for residential structures. Emphasis on light frame construction methods

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1303

  
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    DFTG 1458 - Electrical/Electronics Drafting


    Prerequisites: DFTG 1405 and DFTG 1409 or equivalent

    This course is a study of the fundamentals of electronic components and symbols. Problems will emphasize the layout of electrical and electronic drawings stressing modern representation used for block diagrams, schematic diagrams, logic diagrams, wiring/assembly drawings, printed circuit board layouts, motor control diagrams, power distribution diagrams, and electrical one-line diagrams. The solution of problems will use manual and computer-aided drafting (CAD).

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1305

  
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    DFTG 1491 - Special Topics in Drafting and Design Technology/Technician, General


    Prerequisites: Approval of Instructor and Chairperson

    Topics of this course address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 2170 - Advanced Problems in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design


    Prerequisites: Departmental approval

    This is a seminar course designed for the final semester of an Associates Degree in Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) and Design. Projects will include individual and group studies of industrial or construction design projects using the skills acquired in previous courses. The student will produce professional project design documents. The instructor will guide the student in completion of these projects. This is a capstone course

    Semester Hours: (1-1-0)

    CIP: 15.1303

  
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    DFTG 2380 - Cooperative Education - Drafting


    Career-related activities encountered in the student’s area of specialization are offered through a cooperative agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Directly related to a technical discipline, specific learning objectives guide the student through the paid work experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary. This is a capstone course. Sophomore standing, completion of six hours in drafting, or approval of department chairperson.

    Semester Hours: (3-1-20)

    CIP: 15.1303

  
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    DFTG 2400 - Intermediate Architectural Drafting - Residential


    Continued application of principles and practices used in residential construction.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1303

  
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    DFTG 2402 - Machine Drafting


    Prerequisites: DFTG 1405, DFTG 1409 or equivalent

    Production of detail and assembly drawings of machines, threads, gears, cams, tolerances and limit dimensioning, surface finishes, and precision drawings

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1306

  
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    DFTG 2417 - Descriptive Geometry


    Prerequisites: DFTG 1405 or equivalent and DFTG 1409 or equivalent

    Graphical solutions to problems involving points, lines, and planes in space.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 2419 - Intermediate Computer-Aided Drafting


    Cross-Listed With: DFTG 2019: Intermediate Computer-Aided Drafting

    Prerequisites: DFTG 1409 or equivalent

    This course is a continuation of basic practices and techniques using AutoCAD® software
    emphasizing advanced dimensioning techniques, the development and use of prototype
    drawings, construction of pictorial drawings using surface modeling and solid modeling
    techniques, construction of three-dimensional drawings, interfacing 2-d and 3-d
    environments, extracting data, and externally referencing multiple drawings to construct a
    composite drawing. Drawings and projects will also address maintaining consistent drawing
    standards, sharing drawings via the Internet, separate XY control features, menu customization, named preference sets, and paper space.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1302

  
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    DFTG 2421 - Topographical Drafting


    Prerequisites: DFTG 1405 and DFTG 1409, or equivalent

    This is a course in map drafting. The emphasis is given to plotting surveyor’s field notes, plotting elevations, contour drawings, plan and profiles, and laying out traverses. Problems will emphasize using data, transits, electronic distance measuring instruments, and global positioning system (GPS). Problems will be solved by manual and computer aided drafting (CAD) methods

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1304

  
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    DFTG 2423 - Pipe Drafting


    Prerequisites: DFTG 1405, DFTG 1409, and MATH 1314 or equivalent

    A study of pipe fittings, symbols, specifications and their applications to a piping process system. Creation of symbols and their usage in flow diagrams, plans, elevations, and isometrics.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1302

  
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    DFTG 2428 - Architectural Drafting - Commercial


    Architectural drafting procedures, practices, and symbols including the preparation of detailed working drawings for a commercial building, with emphasis on commercial construction methods.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1303

  
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    DFTG 2430 - Civil Drafting


    Prerequisites: DFTG 2421, MATH 1314 or equivalent

    This course is an in-depth study of drafting methods and principles used in public works civil engineering. The principles of cuts and fills, differential leveling, road and dam development, and contours will be studied. The data collected, using manual and electronic equipment, will be developed into drawings using standard board and computer aided drafting (CAD) techniques.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1304

  
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    DFTG 2431 - Advanced Technologies in Architectural Design and Drafting


    Cross-Listed With: DFTG 2031 for CE use

    Prerequisites: DFTG 1417

    Use of architectural specific software to execute the elements required in designing standard architectural exhibits utilizing custom features to create walls, windows and specific design requirements for construction in residential/commercial and industrial architecture.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1303

  
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    DFTG 2432 - Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting


    Advanced techniques, including the use of a customized system. Presentation of advanced drawing applications, such as three-dimensional solids modeling and linking graphic entities to external non-graphic data.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1302

  
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    DFTG 2436 - Computer-Aided Drafting Programming


    This course covers the use of programming to enhance the AutoCAD® drawing process. This will be a project-oriented course in which the languages covered will depend on project design and could include: Menu Macro Language, Auto Lisp, Visual Basic, DCL, and Diesel. It will examine the drawing database structure and design, access to drawing elements and commands, and object manipulation through database modification.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1302

  
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    DFTG 2438 - Final Project - Advanced Drafting


    Prerequisites: Approval of Program Director or Chairperson

    A drafting course in which students participate in a comprehensive project from conception to conclusion.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1302

  
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    DFTG 2440 - Solid Modeling/Design


    Prerequisites: Basic Drafting Skills and department approval

    This is a computer-aided 3-D modeling course using solid modeling software. Included is the development of 3-D drawings and models from engineering sketches and orthographic drawings and utilization of 3-D models in design work.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1302

  
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    DFTG 2447 - Advanced Technical Animation and Rendering


    Advanced three-dimensional (3-D) modeling and rendering techniques using industry standard software. Includes organic modeling techniques, particle and volumetric effects, and setting up a model with weight maps, hierarchies, and constraints. Emphasizes advanced use of camera settings, lighting, and surface to create detailed environments.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 10.0304

  
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    DFTG 2466 - Practicum (or Field Experience) - Drafting and Design Technology/Technician, General


    Prerequisites: Approval of Program Director or Chairperson

    Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

    Semester Hours: (4-0-28)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 2472 - Architectural Detailing


    Cross-Listed With: DFTG 1072 for CE use

    Prerequisites: DFTG 1413 and DFTG 1417

    Corequisites: ARCE 1403 and DFTG 2400

    This course is a study of architectural structural detailing systems including concrete foundations and frames, wood framing and trusses, and structural steel framing systems. Detailing of concrete interior and exterior beams, wood trusses and typical wall sections, typical window and door headers, jambs and sill details, fireplace and chimney details, lot grading types and steel to meet industry standards are covered in the curriculum.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DFTG 2486 - Internship - Drafting and Design Technology


    Prerequisites: Departmental Approval

    This course is a work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college, the employer, and the student. Evaluation for this course is based on the learning plan

    Semester Hours: (4-0-20)

    CIP: 15.1301

  
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    DLBT 1107 - Introduction to Dental Laboratory Technology


    Prerequisites: Acceptance to the Dental Laboratory Technology program or approval of the Program Coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    Ethics, jurisprudence, dental specialties, and professional and business relations will be explored. The daily operation of the dental laboratory and its equipment, safety procedures and routing business operations will be emphasized.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-0)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 1301 - Dental Anatomy and Tooth Morphology


    Prerequisites: Acceptance to the Dental Laboratory Technology Program or approval of the program coordinator.

    DLBT 1301 is a study of the anatomy of the head and neck including the maxilla, mandible, and temporomandibular joint. An emphasis is on natural dentition, tooth anatomy, form, function, nomenclature, and wax carving.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-3)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 1302 - Orthodontics/Pedodontics I


    Prerequisites: Successful completion of DLBT 1107, DLBT 1301, DLBT 1305, DLBT 1309, DLBT 1313, and DLBT 1317 with a grade of “C” or approval of program coordinator.

    Laboratory aspects of orthodontics and pedodontics. Explores the anatomy and materials related to orthodontics as well as methods of fabricating orthodontic appliances. Includes appliance design, soldering techniques, types of tooth movement, categories of malocclusion, and terminology used in this branch of dentistry. Laboratory portion covers wirebending and acrylicing procedures for the fabrication of orthodontic and pedodontic appliances such as fixed and removable space maintainers, habit-breaking appliances, and appliances for minor tooth movement.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 1305 - Dental Materials


    Prerequisites: Acceptance to the Dental Laboratory Technology Program or approval of the program coordinator.

    A study of dental materials and their uses in the fabrication of all types of dental prostheses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 1309 - Removable Partial Denture Techniques I


    Prerequisites: Acceptance to the Dental Laboratory Technology Program or approval of the program coordinator.

    DLBT 1309 is an introduction to removable partial dentures. Topics include temporary partials and treatment partials with wrought clasps.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 1313 - Complete Denture Techniques I


    Special Fees: $555.00
    Prerequisites: Acceptance to the Dental Laboratory Technology Program or approval of the program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    DLBT 1313 is an introduction to the fabrication of complete dentures. Topics include edentulous arch anatomical landmarks, edentulous cast preparation, impressions, trays, baseplates, occlusal rims, and artificial tooth arrangement.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 1317 - Fixed Restorative Techniques I


    Special Fees: $530.00 (Fall Semester)
    Prerequisites: Acceptance to the Dental Laboratory Technology Program or approval of the program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    DLBT 1317 is an introduction to fixed restorative techniques. Topics include types of casts with removable dies and fabrication of wax patterns.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2132 - Dental Laboratory Technical Seminar


    Prerequisites: DLBT 2303, DLBT 2305, all with a grade of “C” or better, or approval of program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    Comprehensive review and analysis of all dental laboratory technician courses. Includes lectures and discussions designed to reinforce techniques and procedures.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-0)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2208 - Orthodontics/Pedodontics II


    Prerequisites: DLBT 1302, DLBT 2304, DLBT 2307, DLBT 2311, all with a grade of “C” or better, or approval of program coordinator.

    This course builds upon and extends beyond the concepts introduced in DLBT 1302. Efforts will be directed to advancing the students understanding of appliance design requirements and the properties and uses of the materials from which they are constructed. New materials to be discussed include thermoplastic polymethyl methacrylate, heat treatable orthodontic wire, and light-cured urethane dimethacrylate.

    Semester Hours: (2-1-4)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2259 - Seminar


    Prerequisites: DLBT 2208, DLBT 2321, all with a grade of “C” or better, or approval of program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    Discussion of practicum experiences and the various philosophies of clinical sites.

    Semester Hours: (2-2-0)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2303 - Selective I


    Special Fees: $530.00 (Fall Semester)
    Prerequisites: DLBT 2208, DLBT 2321, all with a grade of “C” or better, or approval of program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    This course includes lectures and discussions designed to reinforce and advance the student’s knowledge of techniques and procedures which were achieved in the basic or general areas. Satisfactory completion of the preceding term is a prerequisite. The lab portion of this course focuses on both preclinical and clinical techniques in a selected specialty area. The emphasis includes the reinforcement of a selected specialty area, the reinforcement and advancement of the theory and procedures learned in prerequisite courses, and an emphasis is placed on quality and productivity improvement in this phase of training. The student will be exposed to more advanced techniques in his or her respective specialty area. In some instances, the student will be allowed to fabricate actual patient cases.

    Semester Hours: (3-1-8)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2304 - Removable Partial Denture Techniques II


    Special Fees: $555.00
    Prerequisites: Successful completion of DLBT 1107, DLBT 1301, DLBT 1305, DLBT 1309, DLBT 1313, and DLBT 1317 with a grade of “C” or approval of program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    DLBT 2304 is a study of the components of removable partial dentures and the methods of surveying and designing and fabricating removable partial dentures.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2305 - Selective II


    Prerequisites: DLBT 2208, DLBT 2321, all with a grade of “C” or better, or approval of program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    This course includes lectures and discussions designed to reinforce and advance the student’s knowledge of techniques and procedures which were achieved in the basic or general areas. Satisfactory completion of the preceding term is a prerequisite. The lab portion of this course focuses on both preclinical and clinical techniques in a selected specialty area. The emphasis includes the reinforcement and advancement of theory and procedures learned in prerequisite courses, and an emphasis is placed on quality and productivity improvement in this phase of training. The student will be exposed to more advanced techniques in his or her respective specialty area. In some instances, the student will be allowed to fabricate actual patient cases.

    Semester Hours: (3-1-8)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2307 - Complete Denture Techniques II


    Prerequisites: Successful completion of DLBT 1107, DLBT 1301, DLBT 1305, DLBT 1309, DLBT 1313, and DLBT 1317 with a grade of “C” or approval of program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    DLBT 2307 is a comprehensive study and practice of the procedures required to construct complete maxillary and mandibular dentures from the final impression to the finished appliance.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2311 - Fixed Restorative Techniques II


    Special Fees: $530.00 (Spring Semester)
    Prerequisites: Successful completion of DLBT 1107, DLBT 1301, DLBT 1305, DLBT 1309, DLBT 1313, and DLBT 1317 with a grade of “C” or approval of program coordinator.

    DLBT 2311 is a continuation of construction of wax patterns for single unit crowns by spruing, investing, casting, and polishing the metal crown.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2321 - Fixed Restorative Techniques III


    Special Fees: $530.00 (Summer Semester)
    Prerequisites: DLBT 1302, DLBT 2304, DLBT 2307, DLBT 2311, all with a grade of “C” or better, or approval of program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    Study of continued refinements in crown and bridge fabrication for multiple-unit fixed partial dentures with metal pontics. Students will receive experience in the fabrication and repair of single and multiple-unit fixed-partial dentures.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DLBT 2364 - Practicum


    Special Fees: $530.00 (Spring Semester)
    Prerequisites: DLBT 2303, DLBT 2305, all with a grade of “C” or better, or approval of program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

    Semester Hours: (3-0-21)

    CIP: 51.0603

  
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    DNTA 1167 - Practicum (or Field Experience) - Dental Assisting/Assistant


    Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Assisting Certificate or Associate Degree Program or approval of program coordinator.

    Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in DNTA 1301, DNTA 1305, DNTA 1315, DNTA 1353, and DNTA 1415

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0300
    Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-8)

    CIP: WECM

  
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    DNTA 1213 - Emergency Management


    Prerequisites: DNTA 1301, DNTA 1305, DNTA 1311, DNTA 1353, and DNTA 1415

    This course training in the use of methods and equipment in life-saving and other emergencies for patients and dental office personnel. It addresses maintenance of the emergency kit as well as taking and recording vital signs. It includes lifesaving skills for respiratory and cardiac emergencies involving adults, children, and infants.

    Semester Hours: (2-2-1)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 1241 - Dental Laboratory Procedures


    Prerequisites: DNTA 1301, DNTA 1305, DNTA 1311, DNTA 1353, and DNTA 1415 with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course involves the study of dental laboratory procedures including skills associated with chair side assisting; pouring, trimming, and polishing study casts; preliminary impressions; and fabricating provisional restorations.

    Semester Hours: (2-1-2)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 1245 - Preventive Dentistry


    Prerequisites: DNTA 1301, DNTA 1305, DNTA 1311, DNTA 1353, and DNTA 1415 with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course involves the study and prevention of dental diseases, community dental health research and projects, fluoridation, nutrition and nutritional counseling, visual aids, and oral hygiene instruction for dental patients.

    Semester Hours: (2-2-1)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 1249 - Dental Radiology in the Clinic


    Prerequisites: DNTA 1301, DNTA 1305, DNTA 1311, DNTA 1353, and DNTA 1415 with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course involves the practical application of exposing, processing and mounting of dental radiographs obtained by utilizing various radiographic techniques. This course will encompass critical evaluation of all procedures.

    Semester Hours: (2-1-2)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 1301 - Dental Materials


    Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Assisting Certificate or Associate Degree Program or approval of program coordinator.

    Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in DNTA 1311 and DNTA 1415

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0300
    This course introduces the theory of the structure, properties, and procedures related to dental materials. Specific safety and universal precautions for the lab will be practiced.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 1305 - Dental Radiology I


    Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Assisting Certificate or Associate Degree Program or approval of program coordinator.

    Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in DNTA 1311 and DNTA 1415

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0300
    This course is an introduction to radiation physics, protection, the operation of radiographic equipment, exposure, processing and mounting of dental radiographs. Specific safety and universal precautions for the lab will be practiced.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 1311 - Dental Science


    Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Assisting Certificate or Associate Degree Program or approval of program coordinator.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0300
    This course is an introduction to anatomical systems with emphasis placed on head and neck anatomy. The supporting oral structures, embryology of the teeth, and tooth nomenclature are covered. Topics include the physiology and morphology of the deciduous and the permanent teeth along with basic dental terminology. Students who are considering a career in any scope of dentistry would benefit from this course.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 1351 - Dental Office Management


    Prerequisites: DNTA 1301, DNTA 1305, DNTA 1311, DNTA 1353, and DNTA 1415 with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is an introduction to business office procedures, including telephone management, appointment control, receipt of payment for dental services, completion of third-party reimbursement forms, supply inventory maintenance, data entry for charges and payments, recare management (manage recall systems), federal and state guidelines regarding

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 1353 - Dental Assisting Applications


    Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Assisting Certificate or Associate Degree Program or approval of program coordinator.

    Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in DNTA 1311 and DNTA 1415

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0300
    This course incorporates comprehensive procedures and applications for the general and specialty areas of dentistry.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 1415 - Chairside Assisting


    Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Assisting Certificate or Associate Degree Program or approval of program coordinator.

    Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in DNTA 1311

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0300
    This course is an introduction to pre-clinical chair side assisting procedures, instrumentation, infection and hazard control, and equipment safety and maintenance.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-2)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 2130 - Seminar for the Dental Assistant


    Prerequisites: DNTA 1213, DNTA 1241, DNTA 1245, DNTA 1249, DNTA 1351, and DNTA 2350 with a grade of “C” or better.

    This seminar will allow problem-solving case studies during the clinical phase of practicum.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-0)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 2167 - Practicum (or Field Experience) - Dental Assisting/Assistant


    Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Assisting Certificate or Associate Degree Program requires department approval and must meet competencies. DNTA 1213, DNTA 1351, DNTA 1241, DNTA 1245, DNTA 1249, DNTA 2350, with a grade of “C” or better.

    Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-8)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DNTA 2350 - Advanced Dental Assisting Applications


    Prerequisites: DNTA 1301, DNTA 1305, DNTA 1311, DNTA 1353, and DNTA 1415 with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is an advanced study of dental assisting techniques with emphasis on four-handed dentistry utilization of tray setups for specific general practice and specialties procedures.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 51.0601

  
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    DRAM 1120 - Theatre Practicum I


    This course is a practicum in scene construction, lighting, sound, costuming, stage properties, acting, and general theatre practices. All drama majors should enroll in the practicum course each semester for a maximum of four semester hours.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-1/6)

    CIP: 50.0506.53 26

  
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    DRAM 1121 - Theatre Practicum II


    This course is a practicum in scene construction, lighting, sound, costuming, stage properties, acting, and general theatre practices. All drama majors should enroll in the practicum course each semester for a maximum of four semester hours.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-1/6)

    CIP: 50.0506.53 26

 

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