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EOC 2711 - Diving Technology
4.000 Credits
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. Provides divers with the skills and knowledge
required to apply state-of-the-art scuba diving equipment and procedures to the performance of underwater work in a
safe and effective manner. Curriculum includes technology that extends into tethered diving and use of full-face masks,
wireless and hard-wire communications, and dry exposure suits. Scenarios in a wide variety of working environments
include the use of underwater equipment impacting upon diver performance. An introduction to the use of surface-air-
supplied equipment may be provided as appropriate. Includes specialty ratings applicable for certification as Master Diver.
Nationally recognized certification as an advanced scuba diver or work diving experience with permission of instructor is a
requirement for enrollment in this course and will be verified by the instructor at the first class.
EOC 2712 - Surface Air Supplied Diving
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: EOC 2711 CR C
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. Provides an introduction to the diving equipment,
basic methods of use, underwater communications, dive table usage, station set up, operational planning, job site analysis,
underwater work techniques, introduction to surface air decompression. Curriculum includes aquatic training in confined
water, open water, low to zero visibility communication systems, full face masks, dive helmets, band masks, and free flow
masks.
EOC 2713C - Breathing Gases and Decompression Theory
3.000 Credits
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. Lecture and open water experience in repetitive
dive subjects that will enable the student to conduct repetitive dives utilizing various dive tables, dive computers, and
enriched air gas mixtures. 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.
EOC 2714C - Recompression Chamber Operations
2.000 Credits
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. Provides training in the theory and application of
recompression chamber operations. Nationally recognized certification as a divemaster or permission of the instructor is a
requirement for enrollment in this course and will be verified by the instructor at the first class.
EOC 2715 - Diving Safety
1.000 Credits
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. Provides students with the diving safety knowledge
necessary for safe diving in the fields of free scuba, tethered scuba and Surface Air Supplied (SAS) diving as applied to
research diving and advanced diving technologies. Certification in scuba, permission of the instructor, and diving medical
approval is a requirement for enrollment in this course and will be verified by the instructor at the first class.
EOC 2719 - SASWork Diving Techniques
2.000 Credits
Prerequisites: EOC 2712C CR C
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. Introduces students to the application of surface
air supplied diving equipment to work diving techniques, including underwater tool use and underwater construction
methods. The curriculum includes operational planning, job site analysis, underwater work and introduction to surface
air decompression. Work will be conducted in confined water, open water and low to zero visibility using communication
systems, full-face masks, dive helmets, band masks, and free flow masks.
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