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109 Course Descriptions ACC362-E Accounting Spreadsheets 4 You will use spreadsheet and presentation software to create and present accounting information calculated and used in the field. Prerequisites: ACC231-A, BCA217-E ACC851-C Tax Accounting Lab-VITAVolunteer Return Preparation Program 2 VITA, an acronym for Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, is a nationwide program sponsored by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). VITA volunteers prepare federal and state income tax returns, at no charge, for primarily low-income and elderly individuals. The course is designed to give students an experiential and service learning opportunity. Prerequisite: ACC265-A Administrative Assistant ______________________________________________________ ADM105-C Intro to Keyboarding 1 This course emphasizes keyboard mastery. It was designed to develop accuracy, speed, and control of the keyboard. Through completion of the lessons, students advance toward a minimum competency level of 30 gross words a minute (GWAM) on a 3-minute official timing with a maximum of 3 errors. The alphabetic keys are reviewed three times. ADM111-C Keyboarding 4 This course emphasizes skill building for the development of speed and accuracy along with formatting and production skills involving business letters, memos, tables, reports, and other business documents. ADM166-C Office Procedures I 3 This course provides an in-depth knowledge of professional office procedures, comprehensive coverage and integration of business skills with current issues and trends, and the development of critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. An understanding of the roles of administrative support personnel, office health and safety issues, organization and time management, computer technology, human relations, and information and communications systems are included. This is the capstone course of the Administrative Secretarial program. Prerequisite: BCA195-C; Corequisite: BCA196-C ADM167-C Office Procedures II 3 This is a continuation of Office Procedures I. This course will emphasize meeting, conference, and travel planning; technology; records and financial management; career advancement strategies for the administrative professional; and effective leadership characteristics. Prerequisite: ADM166-C; Corequisite: BCA197-C ADM900-C Internship I 3 Internship I is an optional course designed for summer term completion between years 1 and 2. This course provides an opportunity for students to gain practical and professional work experience through on-site training in an approved office setting. The actual training on the job site will be under the supervision of a designated person in the sponsoring organization/business. Internship hours are scheduled on an arranged basis. The total internship requirement is 200 hours of on-the-job supervised experience. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may or may not be paid wages during the internship. *Prerequisite: The student must have taken/or be taking all courses required for the successful completion of the Administrative Secretarial Diploma program and have a minimum grade point average of 2.5. All internships must be approved by the Administrative Secretarial Instructor (or designee). ADM932-A Internship II 3 This optional course is a continuation of Internship I. Internship II provides an opportunity for additional cooperative work experience in a job setting related to the student’s field of study and career interest. The on-site practicum arrangement is identical to Internship I; however, the total internship requirement is 400 hours of on-the-job supervised experience. Prerequisite: ADM900-C ADM946-C Seminar 3 Maintaining a focus on preparing students for all levels of the office environment, this course examines the emerging trends and technological changes in Administrative Office Management. It is designed to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for success and professionalism in the workplace. An emphasis on interpersonal skills will help students develop expertise in the areas of communication, critical-thinking, value clarification, self-management, teamwork, and human relations. Prerequisite: ADM167-C Associate Degree Nursing ______________________________________________________ ADN648-C Advanced Nursing Concepts I 2 The course is designed to assist students in establishing a knowledge base in the basic science of drugs and to demonstrate how that knowledge can be directly applied in providing patient care and patient education. Pharmacological principles will include reviewing physiology and pathophysiology, discussing basic properties of drug families, focusing on the essentials of drug administration such as indications, contraindications, adverse effects, and drug interactions and demonstrating the application of pharmacology into nursing practice. QSEN (Quality Safety Education for Nurses) will be introduced to the student. The knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSA’s) addressing the concepts of patient centered care, teamwork, and collaboration, evidence based practice, quality improvement, safety, and informatics will be a focus of the course.


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