& APPLICATION TO COLLEGE PROGRAM
ACCPT 101 - BASIC ACCOUNTING I (3
Accounting principles and bookkeeping cycle
for a service business,
including journals, ledgers, adjustments, financial statements,
activities, and payroll procedures. Ten key and computer
ACCPT 102 - BASIC ACCOUNTING II (3 CR.)
Continuation of ACCPT 101 with emphasis on
using specialized journals. Computer applications are included.
Pre-requisite: ACCPT 101 or equivalent.
MKTPT 130 - INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING
Study how goods and services flow from the
producer to the ultimate consumer. Includes an overview of
models, concepts, and techniques that are effective in the design
and implementation of marketing programs, as well as methods,
policies and evaluation of the various marketing institutions.
MKTPT 207 - RETAILING (3 CR.)
Covers promotion and management of retailing establishments, including service
organizations. Topics emphasize merchandising, product handling,
distribution, inventory management, policies, and procedures.
MKTPT 225 - PERSONAL SELLING (3 CR.)
Course will present students with professional selling techniques and skills as
applied in working situations in modern businesses, including methods of gaining
customer attention, interest, desire, and action. Students perform
customer service skills as practiced and demonstrated in retail, professional,
and business-to-business sales. Overall customer service skills are
emphasized throughout the course.
MKTPT 270 - APPLIED MARKETING SEMINAR (3 CR.)
This course is designed to provide an avenue in which students will apply their
broader business skills and training to a narrower, more detailed area of
expertise. The content includes critical thinking, planning and strategy
implementation, presentation skills and management decision-making. Course
curriculum integrates curriculum and criteria of Delta Epsilon Chi competitive
events including, Sports and Entertainment Marketing, Design, Sales
Representatives, Advertising Campaign, and Web Site Development. Students
may choose to enter their final project in DEC's annual conferences and
MGTPT 205 - SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (3 CR.)
Studies basic factors involved in initiating and managing a business enterprise.
Emphasis on business objectives, failure and success factors, problems of a new
business, locations, facilities, staffing, planning, and financing.
Students will relate these factors to local business operations and will develop
a business plan.
GNBPT 296 -
WORK-BASED LEARNING (CO-OP) (1 CR.)
AHLTH 130 - INTRODUCTION TO ALLIED
HEALTH (2 CR.)
This course introduces students to careers in
health care. Course content includes: characteristics of health care
personnel, personal assessment as a health care worker, levels of
education required for various occupations,
certification, and licensing, health care systems, health care
terms, philosophy and continuity of care, overview of medical law
and ethics, employment rights and responsibilities, current issues
and trends in health care, and legislative and economic influences
in the delivery of health care services.
AHLTH 139 - NURSING ASSISTANT (3 CR.)
Classroom and clinical instruction involving
the roles and responsibilities of providing basic nursing care to
clients. Successful completion qualifies the student to take the
Nursing Assistant skills and written examinations, which are
required for placement on the Idaho Nursing Assistant Registry.
AHLTH 183 - PHYSICAL THERAPY AIDE AND LAB (3 CR.)
Provides instruction in basic skills needed to function in this role.
Covers responsibilities of the PT Aide, communication, human relations and
AHLTH 196 - NURSING ASSISTANT/LAB (1 CR.)
AHLTH 251 - ALLIED HEALTH ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP 1 (1 CR.)
This course provides students the opportunity to develop skills in
leadership, public speaking, health teaching and various service projects at the
local, state and national levels. Active participation in the Health
Occupations Students of America (HOSA) chapter is required. Students learn
to apply Robert's Rules of Order and Parliamentary procedure. Students may
earn one credit per year based on HOSA advisor's evaluation and may be repeated
AHLTH 252 - ALLIED HEALTH ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP 2 (2 CR.)
Current enrollment in AHLTH 251 is required. Enrollment is subject to
advisor approval and limited to officers in Health Occupations Students of
America (HOSA). Students may earn one credit per year based on HOSA advisor's
evaluation of performance and may be repeated four times.
AHLTH 292 - EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECH
MEDPT 172 - MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (4 CR.)
This course provides students with a working knowledge
of the language of
medicine. This includes combining of roots, prefixes, and suffixes to form
medical terms; linking medical terms, anatomy, and physiology to the office
processes encountered in a medical facility.
MEDPT 252 - CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (1-6 CR.)
Field experience in local doctor's office or medical facility. Course
may be repeated for total of 12 credits; however, individual program limitations
ECDPT 296 - PRACTICUM - WORK-BASED LEARNING (3
Provides the student with a hands-on experience to work
parents, and co-workers in a positive professional manner and an opportunity to
apply skills learned in class. Repeatable class.
CITPT 102 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERIZED
TEN-KEY (1 CR.)
Build speed and accuracy using the numeric keypad on a
Develops data entry skills based on industry standards. This is a self-paced
course that does not meet regularly with the instructor.
CITPT 106 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
PROGRAMMING (3 CR.)
Introduction to computer programming in the Windows environment.
CITPT 110 - BUSINESS COMPUTER SKILLS (3 CR.)
Comprehensive computer course incorporating Window, Word, Excel and
PowerPoint using practical business and personal applications. (Pre-requisite:
CITPT 117 - PRINCIPLES OF WEB DESIGN (3 CR.)
A comprehensive course in web design principles and application.
(Pre-requisite: CITPT 116)
CITPT 144 - MULTIMEDIA WEB APPLICATIONS (3 CR.)
Explores contemporary instances of web application software designed to
enhance web sites with more dynamic content. This class has a hands-on
approach and students will be expected to work through activities step-by-step
and then take the basic competencies to create more advanced, original web
application content. (Cross-listed with CITPT 344)
CITPT 189 - DIRECTED WEB AUTHORING PROJECT (1
Required field experience on a team-based, organizational web site project.
CITPT 214 - DESKTOP PUBLISHING (3 CR.)
Teaches skills in page layout software to produce professional, high-quality
documents containing text, graphics, and scanned images, using a desktop
publishing system. (Pre-requisite: CITPT 110)
CITPT 275 - WEB DEVELOPMENT (3 CR.)
Introduction to website development using FrontPage. Integrate
PhotoShop to properly prepare web graphics. Explore layout and design
principles. (Pre-requisite: CITPT 110)
WRPPT 200 - WORD PROCESSING (1-6 CR.)
Use word processing functions to format documents
according to current
business standards, placing emphasis on formatting letters, memo, tables,
reports, and other business documents which include graphics and other
design enhancements. Continue building keyboarding speed and accuracy
with each credit. Earn one credit for each level of competency achieved.
Upon completion, student will have performed all skills required for
MOUS certification. Pre-requisite: WRPPT 100 or equivalent. May be repeated up
to 6 credits.
SD 120 - CAREER EXPLORATION (1 CR.)
Career Exploration is designed to assist students as they research
themselves and the world of work. Specifically, the course challenges
students to look at their values, interests, and skills as they relate to career
choices. Students will gain an accurate perception of how their personal
and professional goals match with the work world, as well as learn about ways to
reach their goals.
AMFTI 111 - INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING (3 CR.)
This course is designed to impart technical knowledge
and skills for the
use of manufacturing equipment and procedures. The knowledge and
skills mastered in this class are an introduction to design and production
in the manufacturing process. Material covered will include:
Principles of manufacturing, manufacturing materials, an introduction to
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), along with Federal and state
OSHA requirements. Production and general properties of common engineering
materials such as iron, steel, zinc, copper, aluminum, and plastics; the
fundamentals of material processing such as powder metallurgy, hot and cold
forming and shearing; and the basic surface protection processes such as
cleaning, painting, and plating.
AMFTI 141 - INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE PROCESSES (3 CR.)
This course provides practical hands-on application of manual machine
processes: drilling, tapping, milling, grinding, with applications of brazing
and welding, and the study of material and process manufacturing. The
second section provides the students with the knowledge for lab operation of
machining special attachments, bench work, layout, heat-treating, hardness
testing, layout inspection, jig and fixture setup, and tool design.
(Pre-requite: MTHPT 103/123)
AMFTI 143 - MACHINE PROCESSES (3 CR.)
This course provides the students with the knowledge for lab operation of
machining, special attachments, bench work, layout, heat-treating, hardness
testing, layout inspection, jig and fixture setup, tool design. The final
section of this course is deigned to provide the students with the development
of manufacturing plans for the efficient manufacturing of moderately complex
products. Individualized laboratory practice will integrate the textbook,
reference manuals and technical tools placing emphasis on the production of
moderately complex products using production machines, setups, and fixtures.
(Pre-requisite: AMFTI 141)
AMFTI 145 - INTRODUCTION TO NC AND CNC (3 CR.)
This course will cover the introduction to numerical controls for x, y, and
z-axis application, tool controls for hole and milling operations, blueprint
reading for NC and CNC programming, and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
for NC programming. Programming will include hole operation, linear
profiles, circular profiles, cutter diameter compensation, and programming with
subprograms. (Pre-requisite: AMFTI 143)
AMFTI 290 - DS: AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING
(Prairie High School: 3-6 CR.; Orofino High School: Possible of 9 CR.)
This course offers the opportunity to learn advanced skills in an area mutually
agreed upon and related to the manufacturing field by the student and
instructor. The student and instructor will develop a set of objectives
and time guidelines to complete a specialized project or course of study and a
plan to achieve these objectives.
ISATI 103 - INTRO TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS
ANALYSIS (5 CR.)
Study towards an A+ certification. The learner will study the
fundamentals of stand-alone computer systems and applications in the information
systems field, install, configure and maintain Windows 9.x, Windows 2000 and
Windows XP Pro. Current multimedia technologies will be applied to
specified settings. Network based communications will be investigated.
Disaster recovery techniques will be applied to specified situations. The
course will provide basic competence in supporting microcomputers.
Effective communications techniques will be used in all job-related situations.
(Pre-requisite: MTHTP 137)
ISATI 104 - FUNDAMENTALS OF MICROCOMPUTERS (5 CR.)
Continued study towards an A+ certification. The learner will continue
their study in the information systems field, install, configure and maintain
Windows 9.x, Windows 2000 and Windows XP Pro. Current multimedia
technologies will be applied to specified settings. Network based
communications will be investigated. Disaster recovery techniques will be
applied to specified situations. The course will provide basic competence
in supporting microcomputers. Effective communications techniques will be
used in all job-related situations. (Pre-requisite: ISATI 103)
WLDTC 120 - INTRODUCTION TO WELDING (1-3 CR.)
This course helps the student develop confidence and skills in the
fundamentals of basic welding concepts. This involves welding with the
SMAW and GMAW processes, gas welding, brazing, and flame cutting.
GENMC 190 - DIRECTED STUDY IN GENERAL
MECHANICS (6 CR.)
Individual instruction and self-study established to meet specific training
objectives. May be repeated. Credits earned may not be directly
applicable to degree or certificate.
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