PHT1200C – Basic Patient Care

COMMON COURSE ID

PHT1200C

COMMON COURSE NAME

Basic Patient Care

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course introduces basic patient care and handling techniques. Fundamental skills that are applicable to a wide range of physical therapy interventions are covered. A laboratory component provides students with an opportunity to apply and practice skills with an emphasis on safety, effectiveness and efficiency.

MAN2582 – Introduction to Project Management

COMMON COURSE ID

MAN2582

COMMON COURSE NAME

Introduction to Project Management

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This introductory course in project management concepts, with Microsoft Project application, is designed to prepare students to utilize project management techniques in the workplace. Further, the course will prepare the student for further study in project management and related areas.

DEH2701 – Community Oral Health

COMMON COURSE ID

DEH2701

COMMON COURSE NAME

Community Oral Health

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to provide the dental hygiene student with the didactic knowledge necessary to plan, implement and evaluate oral healthcare interventions in the community. This course will emphasize the principles, theories and concepts of community oral health as well as the methods for determining community oral health status, identifying barriers to optimum health and selecting appropriate barrier interventions. The dental hygiene student will formulate an oral health educational intervention that will be implemented and evaluated in the community. Throughout this course, the frontline role of the Dental Hygienist in the primary and secondary prevention of oral diseases within community practice and service will be emphasized.

DEH2400 – Oral Pathology

COMMON COURSE ID

DEH2400

COMMON COURSE NAME

Oral Pathology

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Oral Pathology prepares students to identify and evaluate conditions of the oral cavity caused by various disease processes. Identification and understanding of these conditions is imperative for the dental hygienist to make appropriate decisions such as altering dental hygiene treatment or referring patients for dental or medical specialty evaluations. This course provides the dental hygienist with an understanding of how conditions of the oral cavity affect other organs and systems in the body and how systemic diseases can affect the oral cavity.

DEH1720 – Preventive Dentistry

COMMON COURSE ID

DEH1720

COMMON COURSE NAME

Preventive Dentistry

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to provide the theoretical and experiential foundations essential for teaching the primary and secondary prevention of oral diseases to the public. Course content will include concepts of health and wellness; theories of teaching, learning and motivation; research analysis as it applies to evidence-based practice; biologic and lifestyle threats to oral health and the identification of scientifically sound self-care methods for counteracting these threats. Throughout this course, the frontline role of the dental hygienist is the primary and secondary prevention of oral diseases in a private dental practice setting will be addressed.  

DES2710 – General and Oral Nutrition

COMMON COURSE ID

DES2710

COMMON COURSE NAME

Nutrition

COURSE DESCRIPTION

A study of general nutrition and nutritional biochemistry with emphasis on the effects of nutrition and dental health, diet, and the application of counseling strategies to assist the patient in attaining and maintaining optimum oral health.

CNT2001 – Computer Networks

COMMON COURSE ID

CNT2001

COMMON COURSE NAME

Computer Networks

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will present the knowledge and skills required to implement a defined network architecture with basic network security. This course will present the knowledge and skills to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network devices using appropriate network tools and understand the features and purpose of network technologies. This course will present the knowledge and skills to make basic solution recommendations, analyze network traffic, and be familiar with common protocols and media types.

CGS1061 – Introduction to Computers in Technology

COMMON COURSE ID

CGS1061

COMMON COURSE NAME

Introduction to Computers in Technology

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to provide complete coverage on computer basics, including computer hardware and components, operating system software, application software, networks, and the Internet.  The course is organized into three modules with each module matching the three tests of the IC3 certification. The module lessons are introduced in a logical progression to build on previously learned concepts and features.  Students will be prepared to take each module exam working toward the IC3 certification.

CAP2141 – Digital Forensics II

COMMON COURSE ID

CAP2141

COMMON COURSE NAME

Digital Forensics II

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course presents computer forensics in today’s world. The course provides general information about computer forensics, physical security needs, evaluation of equipment needs, tools, terminology of information security, and understanding of investigation process, responder procedures, incident handling and creating reports to present for the court cases.  Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the tools and techniques used by computer forensics experts such as analysis of file structures, evidence imaging, data recovery, e-mail investigations, password recovery and decryption of encrypted data.