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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ _____________________________________________________________ 2016-2017
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LGL 208 Family Law
3 Credits
The purpose of the family law course is to give legal assistants
an understanding of domestic relations law and to show students
how those laws govern family situations. The content of the
course covers such areas as formation of a marital relationship,
dissolution of marriage, child custody and support, adoption,
paternity, domestic violence and child neglect. SP
LGL 210 Internship
3 Credits
This course provides the student with an opportunity to gain
practical work experience under the supervision of an attorney
or experienced legal assistant in day-to-day, on site office work.
The student must prepare the necessary job search documents
and conduct interviews to obtain a legal assistant internship
position and complete 150 hours of work at the internship
site, which may be a private or public law office, corporate or
government legal department, or other appropriate law-related
setting. In addition to on-site work, the student will prepare a
daily journal of his/her activities and observations while on site,
and a portfolio of five (5)legal documents prepared on the job
site. FA/SP
This course will be graded on a pass/fail basis.
LGL 211 Civil Litigation II
3 Credits
This course continues the study of the litigation process.
Topics include discovery techniques, settlement negotiations,
organization of case files, document control, an overview of
alternative dispute resolution, trial preparations, and post-
trial proceedings. Basic research skills will be used to locate
applicable state and federal laws as they relate to civil litigation.
In addition, students will be introduced to post-judgment
supplemental proceedings utilized in the civil litigation practices.
This course implements a cumulative assessment simulation
utilizing mock litigation exercises. FA
Prerequisite: LGL 110
LGL 212 Criminal Law
3 Credits
This course explores the basic concepts of criminal law, criminal
procedure, and the development of the American criminal
justice system. Students will learn how the criminal justice
system works, including how cases proceed from the filing of
criminal charges, to arrest, to arraignment, to pre-trial, to trial, to
sentencing, and to appeal. Lecture and assignments are designed
to familiarize students with the application of criminal laws,
statutes, and procedural processes. SP
LGL 217 Legal Practices
1 Credit
This course will provide students with the opportunity to
practice the skills learned in subsequent classes. Students will
perform various legal practices as performed by legal assistants
in a traditional law office setting. FA
LGL 218 Basic Legal Research
3 Credits
Covers the basic tools of legal research, including Westlaw
and Internet based research. Emphasis is placed on how to use
reference tools fully, finding and updating law, correct citation
format, and legal writing. FA
Prerequisite: LGL 101
MAC 103 Machine Shop Laboratory I
6 Credits
Lab to support MAC 153. FA
Prerequisite: Machine Tool Technology Orientation
Corequisite: MAC 153
MAC 104 Machine Shop Laboratory II
6 Credits
Lab to support MAC 154. SP
Prerequisite: MAC 103
Corequisite: MAC 154
MAC 126 Related Blueprint Reading I
2 Credits
Basic principles and techniques of reading orthographic
projection drawings and technical sketching as applied to
machine shop practice. FA
MAC 127 Related Blueprint Reading II
2 Credits
Advanced principles to interpret more complicated machine
shop detail and assembly drawings with emphasis on machining
specifications and materials. Introduction to the use of the
Machinery’s Handbook in interpreting blueprint specifications
and associated machining processes. SP
Prerequisite: MAC 126
MAC 143 Related Machine Shop Mathematics
3 Credits
Applied mathematics relating to machine tool technology
including fundamentals of algebra, principles of plane geometry,
trigonometry, and compound angles. FA
Prerequisite: MAT 100 with a minimum grade of B-, or a
COMPASS score of >44 in Pre-Algebra and >45 in Algebra, or
a GAIN score of 776
MAC 153 Machine Shop Theory I
3 Credits
Machining processes and their applications as practiced in the
laboratory course. Safety and sound work habits are emphasized
in all phases of instruction. Care, use and maintenance of layout
and inspection tools, the use of hand tools and minor power
tools, as well as the setup, operation and maintenance of manual
engine lathes, drill presses and power saws. FA
Corequisite: MAC 103
MAC 154 Machine Shop Theory II
3 Credits
Machining processes and their applications as practiced in the
laboratory course. Safety and sound work habits are emphasized
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