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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ ___________________________________________________________ 2015-2016
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OFP 244 SpeedBuilding
1 Credit
This course gives the student an opportunity to improve skills in
keyboarding. The class emphasizes speed and accuracy through
improved techniques used timed writings. This is an independent
study course. SP
Prerequisite: BOT 148
OFP 245 Emerging Trends in Office Technology
2 Credits
This course will examine the latest technology and trends in the
office environment. In addition, students will take industry
recognized exams to certify knowledge in the office area. SP
OFP 252 Practicum II
2 Credits
This course is a one-semester (90 hour) cooperative education
component which allows the student to work or observe in
an approved position in the community in order to apply and
enhance the office occupation skills learned in the classroom. FA
PHY 101 Introduction to Physics
3 Credits
A survey of basic physics principles; motion, gravitation,
electricity and magnetism, light, atoms and nuclei. Includes
lecture, demonstrations, elementary problem solving. SP
Prerequisite: ELT 141
Corequisite: PHY 101L
PHY 101L Introduction to Physics Lab
1 Credit
Laboratory-based application of PHY 101, to demonstrate basic
physics principles; motion, gravitation, electricity and
magnetism, light, atoms and nuclei. SP
Corequisite: PHY 101
POL 101 Introduction to American Government
3 Credits
This introductory course provides a study of the foundation of
the United States government and the evolution of constitutional
principles . Special attention is given to the three branches of
national government, powers and the limits of national
government, state’s rights and local control, public ethics,
political parties, voters, pressure groups, civil liberties and civil
rights, and public opinion. SP
Prerequisite: A COMPASS score >67 in both Reading and
Writing or an ACT English score between 18-24
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
3 Credits
This course is designed to provide students with a general
overview of the science that seeks to understand and explain
behavior and mental processing. Students will be introduced
to many of the major contemporary theories and concepts in
psychology including perception, thinking, learning, motivation,
personality, human development, and fundamental principles of
abnormal and social psychology. ALL
Prerequisite: A COMPASS score >67 in both Reading and
Writing or an ACT English score >17 or an SAT English score
>450
PTD 101 Professional Truck Driving Fundamentals
5 Credits
The purpose of this course is to provide classroom instruction on
industry regulations, vehicle control systems, inspection, basic
controls, introduction to shifting, backing, coupling and
uncoupling, special rigs, visual search, communications, speed
and space management, night driving, extreme driving
conditions, emergency maneuvers, preventive maintenance,
cargo handling and documentation, hazardous materials,
trip planning, accident procedures and public and employer
relations. ALL
Corequisites: PTD 102, PTD 103
PTD 102 Basic Driving Skills Development
1 Credit
Students will receive behind-the-wheel instruction on a driving
range and become competent in shifting skills, basic backing,
pre-trip preparation, docking, coupling/uncoupling, tire chaining,
and tractor-trailer safety. ALL
Corequisites: PTD 101, PTD 103
PTD 103 Advanced Driving Skills Development
4 Credits
Students will receive behind-the-wheel instruction in
basic over-the-road driving skills, additional shifting skills
instruction, city driving, mountain driving, and freeway driving.
Students will continue behind-the-wheel driving instruction
completing more extensive city, freeway, and mountain
combination trips. ALL
Corequisites: PTD 101, PTD 102
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
3 Credits
This introductory course presents the fundamental principles
affecting human social systems. Emphasis is placed on the
cultural and social forces governing groups and the conditions
that transform social life, such as family, social change, social
inequality, deviance, population, religion, culture, and the
socialization process. ALL
Prerequisite: A COMPASS score >67 in both Reading and
Writing or an ACT English score >17 or an SAT English score
>450
SRT 101 Operating Room Techniques I
4 Credits
This course includes the study of safety and economy in the
operating room; duties of the scrub and circulating technologist;
surgical asepsis, gown and gloving procedures, draping
techniques; sutures and needles; sponges dressings, drains, care
of specimens; and instruments and special equipment. FA
SRT 102 Surgical Procedures I
4 Credits
This course includes the study of surgical procedures for each
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