Course Schedules


( BI 206 ) Microbiology Lab

This course is designed to provide students a basic overview of the techniques involving the culturing, identification, and ecology of microbes. Special emphasis will be placed on aseptic technique, isolation, morphology, differential testing, and laboratory techniques. Prerequisites: BI 100 General Biology, BI 101 General Biology Lab or BI 202 Anatomy and Physiology, BI 203 Anatomy and Physiology Lab or College Level Chemistry.

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 8 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M125A 08/15/2017 - 12/05/2017 05:30 PM - 07:30 PM T R Frances Wecker
 

( BI 207 ) Human Pathophysiology

This course is designed to provide students an overview of how the human body responds to the disease process. Emphasis is placed on how the disease process affects homeostatic conditions in organs and organ systems, and how knowledge of these processes can contribute to a better understanding of health, risk reduction, and disease management. Prerequisites: BI 100 General Biology, BI 101 General Biology Lab or BI 202 Anatomy and Physiology, BI 203 Anatomy and Physiology Lab or College Level Chemistry.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 14 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M104 08/14/2017 - 12/06/2017 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM M W F Frances Wecker
 

( BUS 251 ) Starting Your Own Business

The program “Start Your Own Business” will help the student identify and collect needed information to establish a sound business plan. The class will also help the student develop a working network to support the business plan and prepare the individual to implement the business plan and establish a working small business.

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 6 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M117 10/17/2017 - 11/16/2017 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM T R Robert Gilligan
 

( CED 135 ) Medication Aide Update

The purpose of this course is to update CMAs on new medications, review of scope or practice, role and response of CMAs, review select group of commonly used medications, side effects and implications for care . A review of nursing home regulations and new regulations for assisted living will also be covered. Prerequisite: CMA, CNA.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: A

Seats Available: 12 of 20  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M108P 10/27/2017 - 10/28/2017 01:00 PM - 06:00 PM F S Sondra VanSickle
 

( CED 139 ) Phlebotomy

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of drawing blood and will demonstrate entry-level competency in a controlled environment. Students must be at least 18.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: A

Seats Available: 4 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M108P 11/01/2017 - 11/02/2017 03:00 PM - 08:00 PM W R Kristi Mendoza
 

( CED 140 ) CPR Healthcare Provider

Students will be provided with knowledge and skills to administer basic life support according to American Heart Association standards.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: OZA

FULL  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
08/14/2017 - 09/06/2017 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 09/09/2017 - 09/09/2017 08:00 AM - 01:00 PM S Barb Evans

  Section: OZC

Seats Available: 49 of 50  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
10/09/2017 - 11/01/2017 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 11/04/2017 - 11/04/2017 08:00 AM - 01:00 PM S Barb Evans

  Section: OZE

FULL  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
10/26/2017 - 11/16/2017 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 11/17/2017 - 11/17/2017 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM F NA
 

( CED 153 ) Activities Director

Student will be shown activities appropriate to geriatric care. Course follows Dept. of Health guidleines. Students will demonstrate skills and activities.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: A

Seats Available: 8 of 10  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M108P 09/01/2017 - 09/29/2017 12:01 PM - 05:00 PM W F Sondra VanSickle
 

( CED 231 ) First Aid/CPR

This course is for individuals with limited or no medical training. This course teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until EMS arrives. The class covers first aid basics, medical and injury emergencies, Adult and Child CPR and AED use, and infant CPR.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: OZA

FULL  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
08/14/2017 - 09/06/2017 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 09/09/2017 - 09/09/2017 08:00 AM - 01:00 PM S Barb Evans

  Section: OZE

Seats Available: 8 of 10  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
11/27/2017 - 01/06/2018 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 01/06/2018 - 01/06/2018 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM S Barb Evans
 

( CH 125 ) Chemistry I

Systematic treatment of fundamental chemical and physical principles and their applications to the properties and transformations of materials, including the concept of energy and its uses, gas laws, kinetic molecular theory, laws of chemical combination, atomic and molecular structure, periodic classification of the elements, and chemical bonding.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 14 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M125A 08/14/2017 - 12/06/2017 01:30 PM - 03:00 PM M W Brad Karr
 

( CH 126 ) Chemistry I Lab

Introduction to basic quantitative chemical laboratory techniques. Principles of chemical reactions and physical measurements are illustrated.

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 14 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC 08/14/2017 - 12/06/2017 03:30 PM - 04:30 PM M W Brad Karr
 

( CPD 121 ) Game Design & Development Research

Within the CPD 121 course, students will establish a foundation for understanding what is involved in writing programs for the gaming industry and its history. This course will focus on brainstorming ideas, interactive story-telling, level design, licensing, development team dynamics, game ethics, game economics, game esthetics, contracts and legal issues, power violence addiction, psychology of playing, intellectual property laws, artificial intelligence and the history of games. In this course students will also discover how games are marketed, going from when the idea is born from the designer to testers and producers, to programmers, artists, marketers, distributor agents, and executives, to the day a consumer can purchase it in the stores. Students will also evaluate different types of game development software.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 13 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 10/16/2017 - 12/20/2017 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM M T W R F Karen Christy
 

( CPD 122 ) Program Logic & Design w/ Alice3D

Within CPD 122, students will utilize introductory structured programming logic using Alice, a 3D animation software to begin building structures, functions, methods, and classes. This specific course will stress 3D graphics and flowcharting and pseudocoding as the means of problem solving basic programming problems and as a means of designing basic structured programs. This course is the foundation for all the language courses and students build a beginning knowledge of programming structures, processes, and tools. Storyboarding is used to design programs along with high-level concepts such as reifying objects(treating an abstract concept as if it were a real), the Alice system utilizes a drag and drop system to place components on the screen and allow the students to learn the structures of programming without syntax errors. The Alice system uses 3D graphical, object-oriented objects such as animals, humans, cars, toys, etc to create programs. The user then animates these objects by using method calls such as “move forward 3 meters” or “turn left a half turn”. Each program is story-based and compels the students to use their creativity. This program, which focuses directly on students who were raised on video games and PIXAR films, was pioneered by the Carnegie Mellon University and the National Science Foundation. This course is the prerequisite course for CPD 119 Fundamental Visual Basic, CPD 228 Advanced Visual Basic, CPD 222 Java Programming, and CPD 229 C# Programming

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 13 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 08/14/2017 - 10/13/2017 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM M T W R F Karen Christy
 

( CPD 124 ) Leading Edge Web Design Fundamentals

Students will assess, develop and utilize computer programming to construct World Wide Web pages using the HTML5 and XHTML language which are stricter versions of HTML. These forms of HTML are created and designed to address many of the problems associated with the different and competing versions of HTML and to integrate much better with XHTML and XML. Students will advance their skills in developing Internet communications using a Windows-based text editor. Topics that will be analyzed and developed include Web Browsers, Uniform Resource Locators, HTTP protocol, FTP, CSS3 and mobile development. Students will also advance their skills in the use of apps for mobile devices. This is a prerequisite course for CPD 125 Leading Edge Web Design Advanced

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 16 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 08/14/2017 - 10/13/2017 12:30 PM - 03:00 PM M T W R F Karen Christy
 

( CPD 125 ) Leading Edge Web Design Advanced

Students will assess, develop and utilize computer programming to construct World Wide Web sites using Adobe Dreamweaver (CC) which is an integrated Web development environment that helps create integrated and interactive web sites. Topics that will be analyzed and developed include Website Design Principles, Web Browsers, Uniform Resource Locators, HTTP protocol, ActionScript, FTP, XHTML, HTML5, FIREWORKS, ANIMATE CC, Android concepts, mobile web application standards and CSS3. As web content has evolved, more advanced sites incorporate graphics, animation, forms, layers and JavaScript to make these elements active. Dreamweaver generates JavaScript and allows developers to make web sites more visually and textually interactive. Students will continue to advance their skills in the use of apps for mobile devices.The prerequisite for this course is CPD 124.

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 17 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 10/16/2017 - 12/20/2017 12:30 PM - 03:00 PM M T W R F Karen Christy
 

( CPD 222 ) Java Programming

Students will develop and apply object-oriented programming using the Java Runtime Environment to create Java applications. Students will use if…else statements, looping statements, regular expressions, collections, IO, and streams to create/process data models. Students will use creational design patterns to create objects that can be stored in various data storage engines. Students will construct applications to interact with JSON and Web APIs. The prerequisite for this course is CPD 122.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 18 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T121 08/14/2017 - 10/13/2017 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM M T W R F Damon Drake
 

( CPD 229 ) C# Programming

CPD 229 is designed as an introduction programming course. Students will develop and apply programming concepts and how to plan and create well-structured programs. They will be able to write programs using the sequence, selection, and repetition structures, as well as how to create and manipulate sequential access files, classes, strings, conditional execution, data types, functions, arrays, generic collections, and Linq. C# teaches programming concepts using a framework class oriented approach, rather than a task or command-driven approach. The .NET Framework uses a wealth of libraries for developing applications for the Windows family of operating systems. With C#, students can build small, reusable components that fit with today’s Web-based / Database driven programming applications. Students will manipulate programming components using Visual Studio’s refined and superior Integrated Development Environment. Students will use realistic cases in creating the programs that will require them to demonstrate program design, problem solving, debugging, and use of effective programming techniques that they will likely encounter in the programming job market. The prerequisite for this course is CPD 122.

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 18 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  JEC J004 10/16/2017 - 12/20/2017 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM M T W R F Damon Drake
 

( CPD 246 ) CPD Internship I

A faculty-supervised work environment involving research into design, code, functions, systems and procedures that relate to real-world programming situations in a career field. This course allows a student to investigate in depth some subject matter that has been presented in one of the ordinary courses offered by the College and utilize those competencies in a career or job situation. Such an internship is ordinarily in the area of concentration or in some field that the student is especially prepared. A student who desires to pursue an internship must present a list of objectives and goals to be reached during the internship in advance of the pre-registration period to the CPD faculty instructor who agrees to direct and evaluate the internship. Prerequisites: CPD 119 Fundamental Visual Basic, CPD 122 Program Logic & Design w/Alice 3D, and CPD 210 Access Database Concepts, Design & Application

1.00 Credit Hour


  Section: INT

Seats Available: 10 of 10  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  08/14/2017 - 12/20/2017 NA Karen Christy
 

( CPD 247 ) CPD Internship II

A faculty-supervised work environment involving research into design, code, functions, systems and procedures that relate to real-world programming situations in a career field. This course allows a student to investigate in depth some subject matter that has been presented in one of the ordinary courses offered by the College and utilize those competencies in a career or job situation. Such an internship is ordinarily in the area of concentration or in some field that the student is especially prepared. A student who desires to pursue an internship must present a list of objectives and goals to be reached during the internship in advance of the pre-registration period to the CPD faculty instructor who agrees to direct and evaluate the internship. Prerequisites: CPD 119 Fundamental Visual Basic, CPD 122 Program Logic & Design w/Alice 3D, and CPD 210 Access Database Concepts, Design & Application

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: INT

Seats Available: 10 of 10  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  08/14/2017 - 12/20/2017 NA Karen Christy
 

( CPD 248 ) CPD Internship III

A faculty-supervised work environment involving research into design, code, functions, systems and procedures that relate to real-world programming situations in a career field. This course allows a student to investigate in depth some subject matter that has been presented in one of the ordinary courses offered by the College and utilize those competencies in a career or job situation. Such an internship is ordinarily in the area of concentration or in some field that the student is especially prepared. A student who desires to pursue an internship must present a list of objectives and goals to be reached during the internship in advance of the pre-registration period to the CPD faculty instructor who agrees to direct and evaluate the internship. Prerequisites: CPD 119 Fundamental Visual Basic, CPD 122 Program Logic & Design w/Alice 3D, and CPD 210 Access Database Concepts, Design & Application

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: INT

Seats Available: 10 of 10  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  08/14/2017 - 12/20/2017 NA Karen Christy
 

( CPD 249 ) CPD Internship IV

A faculty-supervised work environment involving research into design, code, functions, systems and procedures that relate to real-world programming situations in a career field. This course allows a student to investigate in depth some subject matter that has been presented in one of the ordinary courses offered by the College and utilize those competencies in a career or job situation. Such an internship is ordinarily in the area of concentration or in some field that the student is especially prepared. A student who desires to pursue an internship must present a list of objectives and goals to be reached during the internship in advance of the pre-registration period to the CPD faculty instructor who agrees to direct and evaluate the internship. Prerequisites: CPD 119 Fundamental Visual Basic, CPD 122 Program Logic & Design w/Alice 3D, and CPD 210 Access Database Concepts, Design & Application

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: INT

Seats Available: 10 of 10  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  08/14/2017 - 12/20/2017 NA Karen Christy
 

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