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2016-2017______________________________________________________________ EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE
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provides exposure in the clinical and simulation setting for the
maternity, newborn, and the pediatric populations. Utilizes
multiple community settings and the simulation lab to enhance
learning opportunities and provide hands on education for the
student to care for these patient populations. SP
ARN 260 Integration of Professional Nursing
2 Credits
This course explores current issues facing nursing in today’s
increasingly complex health delivery system including; legal
and ethical roles of the profession, economics of health care,
evidence based practice, leadership dynamics, theoretical
frameworks for nursing practice, RN licensure, and coping skills
for the novice RN. Prepares nurses to practice effectively in the
professional setting utilizing effective leadership skills and team
collaboration. SP
ARN 270 Critical Reflections Clinical
2 Credits
This course is designed to integrate knowledge gained
throughout the registered nursing program. Final clinical
experience will be assigned to students utilizing a preceptorship
in various acute and community settings. Students are expected
to reflect on their learning to be prepared to practice safely and
competently as a registered nurse. SP
ASE 102 Workplace Technical Skills
3 Credits
This course introduces students to personal and work related
strategies for seeking and keeping employment. This includes an
employment plan, cover letter, resume and interview. Students
will study professionalism, teamwork, how to properly dress
for an interview, how to accept a job, and how to interact with
employers and other employees. Students will also be introduced
to warranty report writing, work orders, estimates, and how
technicians are compensated. Students will be introduced to
different types of communications. Students will learn how to
tell the difference between technical and people skills. Students
will set short and long term goals. SP
Prerequisite: MTD 103
ASE 103 Automotive I Theory
6 credits
This 16 week course is designed to build on the fundamental
principles received in the first year fall semester and introduce
the student to further standard repair areas within the
automotive industry. Students will receive theory that pertains
to the following five major ASE areas of repair: Automatic
Transmission (A2), Steering and Suspension (A4), Automotive
Brake Systems (A5), Automotive Electrical systems (A6), and
Automotive Ignition Systems (A8). SP
Prerequisite MTD 103, Co-Requisite ASE 103L
ASE 103LAutomotive I Lab
6 credits
This 16 week lab course is designed to build on the skill set
received in the first year fall semester and accompany ASE 103.
Lab will provide the student further opportunity to practice
repair procedures on modules and live work that pertain mainly
to the following five major ASE areas of repair: Automatic
Transmission (A2), Steering and Suspension (A4), Automotive
Brake Systems (A5), Automotive Electrical Systems (A6), and
Automotive Ignition Systems (A8). SP
Prerequisite MTD 103, Corequisite ASE 103
ASE 105 Diesel I Theory
6 credits
This 16 week course is designed to build on the fundamental
principles received in the first year fall semester and introduce
the student to further standard repair areas within the Diesel
industry. Students will receive theory that pertains to the
following three major areas of ASE H/D Diesel repair: Diesel
engines (T2), Drive -train (T3), and Brakes (T4). SP
Prerequisite MTD 103, Corequisite ASE 105L
ASE 105L Diesel I Lab
6 credits
This 16 week lab course is designed to build on the principles
received in the first year fall semester and introduce the student
to further common repair areas within the diesel industry.
Students will receive lab training on modules and live work that
pertain to the following three major areas of ASE H/D Diesel
repair: Diesel engines (T2), Drive-train (T3), and Brakes (T4).
SP
Prerequisite MTD 103, Corequisite ASE 105
ASE 114 Engine Repair
3 credits
This course covers the theory, construction, inspection,
diagnosis, and repair of internal combustion engines and related
systems. Topics include fundamental operating principles of
engines and diagnosis, inspection, adjustment, and repair of
automotive/diesel engines using appropriate service information.
Upon successful completion, student should be able to perform
basic diagnosis, measurement and repair of automotive/diesel
engines using appropriate tools, equipment, procedures and
service information in accordance with Automotive Service
Excellence (ASE) standards. FA
ASE 133 Manual Drive-Train
2 credits
The theory and principle of clutches, manual transmissions,
drive lines (including U-joints), differential assemblies, and
transaxles as used on cars, light trucks, and heavy duty trucks
both domestic and foreign, will be covered. 4x4 and AWD
transfer cases, both single and double reduction units will also be
covered. FA
ASE 164 Introduction to Electrical
1 credit
This course covers the basic fundamental electrical theory
concepts and electrical system formulas. FA
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