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125 Course Descriptions DSL601-C Hydraulics and Hydrostatics 1 This course provides you with a basic understanding of fluid power as used in construction, agriculture, and the trucking industry. Corequisite: DSL820-C DSL631-C Air Systems & Brakes 1 This course covers the operation and repair of the complete air systems and brakes including antilock and traction control systems used on trucks and trailers. The regulation of the air brake safety standards set by the D.O.T. are included. Prerequisite: AUT861-C; Corequisite: DSL810-C DSL801-C Truck & Trailer Service 1 This is a theory course designed to acquaint you with maintenance on trucks and trailers. The course includes lubrication, preventive maintenance inspection, federal DOT inspection, adjustments, and basic fuel and brake systems on trucks and trailers. Prerequisite: AUT168-C; Corequisite: DSL810-C DSL810-C Truck & Diesel Lab I 10 This course allows you to work in a real life repair and service atmosphere where you are exposed to all types of equipment and components used in the trucking industries. Prerequisites: AUT638-C, AUT809-C, AUT168-C; Corequisites: DSL801-C, DSL631-C, DSL352-C DSL820-C Truck & Diesel Lab II 10 This is a continuation of Truck and Diesel Lab I. You perform repairs and troubleshooting as required in an actual work situation. Prerequisite: DSL810-C; Corequisites: DSL591-C, DSL601-C, DSL402-C DSL824-C Truck & Diesel Lab III 4 A continuation of Truck and Diesel Lab I and II, you will perform hands-on repairs which simulate conditions related to the truck and diesel repair and service industry. Prerequisite: DSL820-C; Corequisite: DSL412-C Disability Services ______________________________________________________ DSV160-A Counseling Skills 4 This is an introductory course in applied counseling techniques. Students are introduced to a variety of facilitative skills and counseling concepts and work through the interviewing process in simulated helping services settings. Early Childhood Education ______________________________________________________ ECE103-E Intro to Early Childhood Ed 3 This course is designed to give student a background of information in the field of Early Childhood Education. It provides an overview of philosophy, history, roles, environments, observation, learning of the young child, issues and trends in the early childhood and early childhood special education fields. ECE133-A Child Health Safety and Nutrition 3 This course focuses on current concepts in the fields of health, safety and nutrition and their relationship to the growth and development of the young child ages birth to eight. It blends current theory with practical applications and assessments. The course includes the influences of families and diverse cultural backgrounds on health, safety, and nutrition in early childhood settings. ECE170-A Child Growth and Development 3 This course offers a review of the typical and atypical development of children from conception to adolescence in all development domains, including developmental theoretical studies. The course also presents interactions between child, family and society within a variety of community and cultural contexts. ECE221-A Infant/Toddler Care & Educ 3 This course focuses on the care, education, and assessment of children from birth to thirty-six months. It prepares students to utilize developmentally appropriate practices including responsive care giving, routines as curriculum, importance of relationships with diverse families, and a focus on the whole child in inclusive settings. ECE222-E Infant, Toddler, School Age Curriculum 3 The study of programs, curriculum and care of children from birth to 36 months as well as before and after school programs for school-age children are covered in this course. ECE243-E Early Childhood Guidance 3 Focuses on effective approaches and positive guidance strategies for supporting the development of all children Emphasizes supportive interactions and developmentally appropriate environments. Uses assessment to analyze and guide behaviors. Studies impact of families and diversity on child guidance. ECE245-E Guidance and Interaction 4 This course involves the study of children’s behavior and guidance techniques that are appropriate for young children. Students will observe and record behavior and will be expected to use appropriate guidance techniques. ECE287-E Exceptional Learner 3 This course is a study of special education and the talented and gifted, which includes foundations, assessment procedures, program planning, and curriculum adaptations for young children. ECE295-E Supervision of Childcare Services 5 The study of various components that help maintain Topics included management process and approaches, staffing, health & safety, food and nutrition, family and professionalism.


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