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Narcotics & Danger
Substances
CCJ 2650
This course will examine general
problems created by illegal use of
narcotics and dangerous substances,
with emphasis upon classification,
description and history of drugs,
etiology of addiction, extent of drug
use and its relationship to criminal
behavior and methods of control.
Diving Business & Technology
Scuba Rescue & Emer Medicine EMS
2081C This course is not ordinarily
counted in the Associate in Arts
degree. Qualify certified scuba divers
and/or waterfront, boating, and
public safety personnel to effectively
perform aquatic rescues of distressed
scuba divers and to provide
emergency medical management
and other support in a field setting.
Requirements for enrollment are: 1)
nationally recognized certification
as an advanced scuba diver and
2) nationally recognized current
certification in 1st Aid, CPR, and
Oxygen Provider OR current
enrollment in EMS 1344, Aquatic First
Aid/CPR/O2. These requirements will
be verified by the instructor at the
first class.
Diving
Aquatic 1st Aid/CPR/O2
EMS 1344
This course does not ordinarily
count in the Associate in Arts
degree. Instructs individuals in
recognition of signs and symptoms
for accidents and injuries in the
aquatic/workplace environment and
how to apply appropriate first aid
practices, implementation of CPR,
and the application of oxygen in
the management of accidents and
injuries.
Scuba Diving
PEN 1136C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This
is an extensive course for training
persons in open water recreational
diving. Students will be expected
to supply their own snorkeling
equipment. Satisfactory completion
of this course leads to internationally
recognized scuba certification.
Students must demonstrate
satisfactory swimming ability,
physical stamina and emotional
stability to instructor at the first lab.
Medical certificate may be required.
Adv Diving Theory & Practice
PEN 2137C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree.
The course provides the basic
diver with additional training in
physics, physiology, dive tables use,
salvage calculations, dive planning,
and the enhancement of skills to
attain an advanced certification.
Nationally recognized certification
as an openwater scuba diver is a
requirement for enrollment in this
course and will be verified by the
instructor at the first class.
Basic Research Diving
ISC 2132
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associates in Arts degree.
This is a multi disciplinary course
designed to expose students to the
tools and techniques for collecting
scientific data underwater. This
course will include a review of the
theory and practical application of
scientific diving through the use
of scuba diving skills and research
methodology as applied to the fields
of shipwreck archaeology, physical
oceanography, and marine biology.
Nationally recognized certification
as an advanced scuba diver is a
requirement for enrollment in this
course and will be verified by the
instructor at the first class.
Divemaster
PEQ 1137C
This course is not ordinarily
counted in the Associate in Arts
degree. This course provides the
required training and experience
to serve in a supervisory capacity
in open water diving activities and
to act as an underwater guide or
instructional assistant. Successful
student will be qualified to apply
for divemaster membership in the
National Association of Underwater
Instructors (NAUI). Nationally
recognized certification as a rescue
diver, as well as current certification
in first aid/CPR and at least 25
logged dives are requirements for
enrollment in this course and will
be verified by the instructor at the
first class. Students will be required
to obtain a diving medical exam
prior to starting water activities.
Certification as an oxygen provider
will be required by the end of the
course.
Advanced Underwater
Photograph
PGY 2247C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree.
Techniques in the use of macro,
wide angle lens, strobe fill, night,
and use of available light for creative
purposes.
Economics
Microeconomics
ECO 2023
Economic principles for
business applications, including
determination of market prices,
elasticity of demand, indifference
curves and consumer equilibrium,
cost analysis, marginal analysis
and profit maximization, forms of
competition, antitrust regulations,
and international trade.
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