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2016-2017______________________________________________________________ EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE
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BIO 227L Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
0 Credits
FA
Corequisite: BIO 227
Must pass 227L to pass BIO 227
BIO 228 Human Anatomy & Physiology II
4 Credits
This is the second course of a two semester sequence in human
anatomy and physiology. This course will cover the structure
and functions of the, circulatory, respiratory, urinary, digestive
and reproductive systems. The balance of fluids and essential
molecules will also be introduced. Genetics will be reviewed and
new research on human development will be presented. SP
Prerequisite: BIO 227. Corequisite: BIO 228L
Must pass BIO 228L to pass BIO228
BIO 228L Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
0 Credits
SP
Corequisite: BIO 228
BIO 250 General Microbiology
3 Credits
This course is an introduction to the essential principles of
microbiology and medically significant microorganisms. The
course includes taxonomy, microbial growth and control, clinical
disease pathogenesis, and universal precautions for handling
human body fluids. Microbial genetics and biotechnology will
also be covered. FA/SP
Corequisite: BIO 250L .
Strongly advised to complete HCT 101 prior to/or concurrently.
BIO 250L General Microbiology Lab
1 Credit
FA/SP
Corequisite: BIO 250
Must pass BIO 250L to pass BIO 250
BOT 146 Keyboarding I
1 Credit
This course introduces the fundamentals of keyboard technique.
This course will teach the touch typing technique and an
introduction to ergonomics. No entrance requirement. Credit by
examination at 25 wpm; 90% accuracy. FA
BOT 147 Keyboarding II
1 Credit
This course focuses on building speed and accuracy on the
keyboard. Emphasis is placed on improving the student’s
touch typing technique, ergonomics, when using the computer,
and increasing keyboarding speed and accuracy. Entrance
requirement: type 25 wpm, 90% accuracy. Credit by examination
at 28 wpm, 90% accuracy. FA
Prerequisite: BOT 146
BOT 148 Keyboarding III
1 Credit
This course focuses on building speed and accuracy on the
keyboard. Emphasis is placed on improving the student’s
touch typing technique, ergonomics when using the computer,
and increasing keyboarding speed and accuracy. Entrance
requirement: type 28 wpm, 90% accuracy. Credit by examination
at 31 wpm, 90% accuracy. FA
Prerequisite: BOT 146, BOT 147
BOT 150 Employment Strategies
1 Credit
Comprehensive study and practice of job search activities,
including company research, networking strategies, interviewing
behavior, and writing the resume and business correspondence.
This course includes the preparation of essential employment
documents and/or a professional portfolio. SP
BOT 151 Leadership I
1 Credit
Thiscourse offering will allow students who are in different
programs in the Business, Office and Technology Division
to participate in a variety of activities and events that will be
tailored to their declared specialty to enhance their education.
This course will allow students to hear from a wide variety of
guest speakers who are considered “experts” in their fields on
a variety of timely business topics. The course will also allow
students to participate in actual business meetings, organizations,
and activities that will have a focus on the free enterprise
system. Different speakers and activities will be presented
each semester, so the material will always be new and relevant.
Students who choose to participate in the various student
organizations available on our campus will be encouraged to do
so, but membership in those groups is not required in this course.
Various sections will be offered each semester, with each section
designated for a different specialty. The course will be graded on
a pass/fail basis. FA
BOT 152 Leadership II
1 Credit
Course continuation of BOT 151. SP
This course will be graded on a pass/fail basis.
BOT 170 Business Document Processing
3 Credits
In this course, students will develop proficiency using word
processing software to create and format documents according to
current business standards. FA
BOT 180 Financial Business Application
3 Credits
In this course, students will develop effective financial business
concepts with emphasis on 10 key computations, banking
concepts, payroll, retail computation, and time value of money.
FA
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