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In-depth application of surgical, obstetrical, and anesthesia techniques including identification and use of instruments and equipment. Prerequisites: VTHT 1001-Introduction to Veterinary Technology, VTHT 1013-Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology, VTHT 1009-Veterinary Nutrition, VTHT 1049-Veterinary Pharmacology, or instructor approval.
This four-day, 36 hour, Saturday format course is a PMBOK Guide-oriented exam prep course taught by Hari Thummalapalli, emphasizing PMBOK Guide, 6th edition knowledge only, structured around the 10 knowledge areas of the PMBOK Guide, and focused on exactly what is necessary to pass the most recent PMP and CAPM exams - both concepts and exam tips. The course steps through the core concepts that are tested on the exams by quickly reviewing each concept and at the same time addressing what the student needs to know from an exam perspective. The format throughout the course is: lecture style to explain the key concepts needed for the exam, interactive Q&A to ensure everyone understood the concepts, exam perspective for each concept, short 5-10 minute quizzes a few times a day, practice test questions for each knowledge area, and a final full-length four-hour practice test. The course will start off with an overview of the PMP and CAPM exams, including how to apply, eligibility criteria, and scheduling the actual test. The class will then focus on definitions and formulas in addition to addressing all the processes and knowledge areas covered on the exam. Considerable practice and preparation outside of the class is necessary to successfully pass the PMP and CAPM exams. This course is strictly PMP and CAPM examination preparation. If you are looking for a course to learn Project Management, review our introductory and intermediate course offerings. Students that do not meet the experience criteria for taking the PMP exam are encouraged to prepare for the CAPM exam instead. This course focuses on the fundamental concepts from an exam perspective that are tested on both exams. Students should see pmi.org for the PMP and CAPM examination requirements. Textbooks: Instructor will inform students on the first day of class (or contact instructor for details). Suggested prerequisite: none, but it will be very beneficial to have completed BMGT 1009- Applied Project Management, a process-oriented PM course, or equivalent. Otherwise, students will have to put in additional study time to make up for lack of prior Project Management training. Students who are uncertain about their preparedness for the PMP/CAPM Exam Prep course can schedule a brief (15-20 minute) call with the course instructor before deciding. At least 12 months experience working on a project is very helpful to keep up with this fast paced course. Students should see pmi.org for the PMI examination requirements.
Taught by a native speaker, experience a new language and culture for travel and personal enrichment. Learn to communicate with basic conversations. This course will help students develop better listening to real conversations, practice in speaking, and focus on correct pronunciation. Course for beginners. No prerequisite. Instructor: Patrizia Casciana email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
An instructional program designed to integrate on-campus study with practical hands-on work experience. In conjunction with class seminars, the individual student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of English language and literature. Combined with credit ENGL-2389.
Online Course meets the specification of the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) for Didactic Content of a nurse refresher course. Designed for (1) the nurse who is applying to the BON for reinstatement of licensure or (2) the currently licensed nurse who has been away from the clinical setting for a period of time, or (3) the nurse who is licensed in another state and applying for Texas licensure. Nurses are referred to the BON for complete information concerning licensure. Content of the on line course covers review of the Texas Nurse Practice Act, BON Rules and position statements, scope of practice, patient safety, the nursing process, pharmacology review, medication administration, documentation, quality assurance and legal implications for nursing practice. The course is scheduled over the entire semester with weekly assignments. There are no prerequisites for the online course. Nurses seeking to reinstate their license are required by the BON to complete a Clinical Preceptorship with a qualified nurse preceptor.
Introduction to word processing terminology, editing functions, formatting, and special text options. Create, edit, and print documents such as letters or reports using Microsoft Word. The course covers text, paragraph, and page formatting, spell checking, copying, pasting, and printing. Prerequisites: Familiarity with the PC.
Designed for low-intermediate level ESOL students, this course emphasizes speaking and listening to American English. It emphasizes the development of better listening skills by listening to real-life conversations and short academic talks. Students practice speaking through paired and small group activities. There is a continued focus on correct pronunciation with the goal of helping reduce accents that interfere with communication. This course may be repeated for up to 6 hours of credit. Integrated with credit ESOL-0302.