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Criminal Investigation
CJE
2600
This course presents the philosophical,
historical and present background of the
criminal investigation process. The student
will learn and, in some cases, apply current
criminal investigation procedures and
techniques dealing with offenses confronting
a modern police/investigating agency.
Diving Business Technology
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 applyappropriate first aid practices,
implementation of CPR, and the application
of oxygen in the management of accidents
and injuries.
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.
Nitrox and Computer Diving
EOC 2713C
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.
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.
Scuba Diving
PEN
1136
C
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 Div Equip Maint & Rep
PEN
1142
C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. Provides the
diving technician with additional training
in regulator theory, advanced regulator
repair; buoyancy compensator repair and
troubleshooting; full-face mask repair,
wet suit and dry suit repair; air station
design, repair, operations, air sampling and
maintenance; requirements for oxygen
cleaning for oxygen service and oxygen use.
Adv Diving Theory & Practice
PEN
2137
C
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.
Divemaster
PEQ
1137
C
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.
Underwater Photography
PGY
1245
C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. The course
familiarizes divers with the skills, knowledge,
planning, organization, procedures,
techniques, problems, hazards, and
enjoyment of underwater photography. This
course is intended to serve as a safe and
supervised introduction to techniques used
in the underwater environment. 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.
Economics
Macroeconomics
ECO 2013
Study of the U.S. economy,
including functions of an economic
system, determination of market prices,
measuring the economy’s performance,
causes of unemployment and inflation,
and government taxation, spending, and
monetary policies.
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.