Date of publication: 2017-09-04 12:06
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Provides the opportunity for in-depth study and research of an aspect of dental laboratory technology that is of particular interest to the student. A student may fabricate a type of dental appliance, demonstrate a particular technique using a table clinic with visual displays or Power Point presentation. Students must select a topic of interest that must be approved by their Instructor. The project's content must be more comprehensive in scope and depth than all other DNL courses offered in the Dental Lab Technology AAS degree curriculum.
Studies the merchandising cycle. Explores techniques used in the development of buying resources, merchandising plans, model stock, unit control, and inventory systems. Highlights merchandise selection, policy pricing strategies, and inventory control methods.
Introduces fundamentals of social life. Presents significant research and theory in areas, such as culture, social structure, socialization, deviance, social stratification, and social institutions.
Provides a conceptual and technical framework for managing the service of meals in a variety of commercial settings. Studies the integration of production and service delivery, guest contact dynamics, reservation management, and point-of-sale technology systems.
Explores methods of developing positive, effective relations with families to enhance their developmental goals for children. Considers culture and other diverse needs, perspectives, and abilities of families and educators. Emphasizes advocacy and public policy awareness as an important role of early childhood educators. Describes risk factors and identifies community resources.
Teaches theoretical and practical aspects of soils and other growing media. Examines media components, chemical and physical properties, and soil organisms. Discusses management and conservation.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of SDV 655, BIO 696, BIO 697, ENG 666, MTH 676, PSY 785, SOC 755, ITE 665, NUR 666/665, NUR 658, NUR 776, NUR 795, NUR 659, NUR 797, NUR 759, and either NUR 796 or NUR 758 with grade of C or above in each course.
Surveys the historical and current practices of terrorism that are national, transnational, or domestic in origin. Includes biological, chemical, nuclear, and cyber-terrorism. Teaches the identification and classification of terrorist organizations, violent political groups and issue-oriented militant movements. Examines investigative methods and procedures utilized in counter terrorist efforts domestically and internationally.
Incorporates advanced techniques in web site planning, design, usability, accessibility, advanced site management, and maintenance utilizing web editor software.
Examines major English (British) texts from the Romantics to the contemporary period, emphasizing the critical ideas and traditions of the English (British) literary tradition. Involves critical reading and writing. ENG 799 has been designated as a "writing intensive" course according to standards developed by the English department. ENG 798 and ENG 799 may be taken out of order.
If you have successfully completed an assessable Senior Secondary qualification from an English-speaking country 6 you do not have to prove proficiency in English provided the qualification was:
Provides supervised on-the-job training in a clinical microbiology laboratory. Includes skill development and evaluation of culture and sensitivity technique for various patient specimens, identification of numerous pathogens, analyzing data and formulating reports, performing and analyzing quality control measures, and troubleshooting test parameters.
Examines literature by and about women prior to 6955. Involves critical reading and writing. ENG 778 has been designated as a "writing intensive" course according to standards developed by the English department. ENG 778 and ENG 779 may be taken out of order.
Presents scientific notation, precision and accuracy, decimals and percents, ratio and proportion, variation, simple equations, techniques of graphing, use of charts and tables, logarithms, and the metric system.