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FKCC 2012-2013
Tropical Ornamental Mariculture Technician (TOMT)
Tropical marine aquaculture is increasingly used for conservation efforts focused on coral reef species and coral restoration
projects. Increasing environmental concerns over global degradation of many tropical marine coral reef ecosystems, and
specifically Florida Keys coral reef ecosystems necessitates the need for immediate education of qualified tropical marine
aquaculture technicians. The Tropical Ornamental Mariculture Technician (TOMT) certificate is designed to develop marine
ornamental entrepreneurs and provide technician level marine aquaculture skills that will help fill the marine aquaculture
jobs of the future while helping supply the demand for oceanic resources from a cultured environment and not the ocean.
Course Requirements (30 credit hours)
OCB 1000 Introduction to Marine Biology (3)
ENT 1000 Entrepreneurship (3) OR GEB 1011 Introduction to Business (3)
OCB 2721C Survey of Mariculture (4)
FAS 1419 Aquaculture Best Management Practices (3)
OCE 2722 C Mariculture Systems and Design (3)
OCB 2723C Nutrition of Mariculture Species (3)
OCB 2724C Tropical Ornamental Mariculture (3)
OCB 2725 Disease and Parasites of Mariculture Species (3)
OCB 2725L Disease and Parasites of Mariculture Species Lab (1)
OCB 2905 Directed Studies: TOMT Internship (4)
Total Credits Required: 30
Applied Technical Diploma
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
This program is designed for persons involved in emergency care of the sick and injured. EMT program participants have
included firefighters, law enforcement officers, volunteer rescue personnel, lifeguards and those wishing to enter the EMS
profession at hospitals and other healthcare agencies.
Graduates may find in agencies such as city/ county EMS systems, private ambulance services, hospitals, clinics, physician/
doctor offices, laboratories, dialysis centers, paid and/ or volunteer fire departments, air ambulance services, home health
care agencies and hyperbaric chambers.
EMS 1158C Emergency Medical technician (11)
Prerequisites: (S01 440 or FCTR 355 or (Ao3 018 and A01 017) or (CPTR 083 or CPTL 083) or (PRTR 104 and PRTR 099 and MAT
0024C CR C. *or CPTE 072 or A02 019or S02 440 or PRTM 113
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. The EMT course is designed as a one semester course,
11 credit hours in length to prepare the student for employment in the EMS system as an EMT. In addition to classroom
lecture and lab practical time, the student will be assigned to contact agencies for experience in riding with the rescue and
ambulance units under the supervision of State of Florida EMTs or Paramedics. Students will also be assigned to hospital
agencies for emergency department experience. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be eligible for
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