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2016-2017______________________________________________________________ EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE
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in all phases of instruction. Setup, operation, and maintenance
of manual milling machines, advanced manual engine lathe
set-up techniques and operations, precision surface grinding and
measuring techniques. SP
Prerequisite: MAC 153
Corequisite: MAC 104
MAC 203 Advanced Machine Shop Laboratory I
6 Credits
Lab to support MAC 253. FA
Prerequisite: MAC 104
Corequisite: MAC 253
MAC 204 Advanced Machine Shop Laboratory II
6 Credits
Lab to support MAC 254. SP
Prerequisite: MAC 203
Corequisite: MAC 254
MAC 211 Fundamentals of Computer-Aided Drafting and
Design
2 Credits
Introduction to computer-aided drafting and design systems to
prepare students for keyboarding, operating the systems, and
understanding the applications of computer graphics to machine
standards. Students will use an interactive computer graphics
system to prepare drawings on a CRT. FA
MAC 212 Computer-Aided Manufacturing
3 Credits
Writing computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool
programs using computer-assisted techniques to generate
G-Code and M-Function programs. Tooling concepts,
machining methods, definition of part geometry, writing of tool
motion statements, use of the computer to process program
inputs, analysis, and debugging of computer outputs to develop a
functional program. SP
Prerequisite: MAC 253
MAC 224 Tool Design for Manufacturing
2 Credits
Advanced setup techniques, tool and hardware selection, and
process planning for manufacturing, as well as jig and fixture
design for production machining. SP
Prerequisite: MAC 154
MAC 225 Geometric Dimensioning And Tolerancing I
2 Credits
Basic geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) methods
as interpreted in ASME Y14.5M. The student will learn to read
and use geometric tolerancing symbolism and terms. FA
Prerequisite: MAC 127
MAC 253 Advanced Machine Shop Theory II
3 Credits
A continuation of concepts learned in MAC 253. Introduces
basic programming skills and operation of computer numerical
control (CNC) machining centers. Emphasis on manually writing
(G&M compatible) programs, debugging programs, setups and
fixturing, tooling, offset calculations, and operating CNC
machining centers. FA
Corequisite: MAC 203
MAC 254 Advanced Machine Shop Theory
3 Credits
Introduces basic programming skills and operation of computer
numerical control (CNC) turning centers. Emphasis on
manually writing (G&M compatible) programs, debugging
programs, setups and fixturing, tooling, offset calculations, and
operating CNC turning centers. SP
Corequisite: MAC 204
MAS 101 Pharmacology for Health Professions
2 Credits
This course introduces legislation relating to drugs, drug
references, drug classification and actions. Various areas will be
touched on, such as patient education, effects of specific drug
actions on body systems, side effects, precautions to be used,
contraindications, etc. Vitamin and mineral functions are covered
as well as the subject of substance abuse. Time will be given to
learn how to use a PDR as a reference for information. FA
Corequisite: MAT 123
MAS 120 Diseases of the Human Body
2 Credits
Introduction to diseases of the human body. Includes infectious
and congenital diseases, neoplasms, as well as diseases of each
specific body system. SP
MAS 121 Beginning Administrative Skills for Medical
Assistants
4 Credits
This course includes the components of an administrative
career in a physician’s office, and other health care facilities.
Group collaboration and the aspects of health care team, oral
and written communication skills, and operational tasks such as
scheduling patient appointments, managing patient records, and
patient accounts will be included. FA
MAS 122 Beginning Clinical Skills for Medical Assistants
4 Credits
This course introduces students to the clinical aspect of working
in a physician’s office, medical clinic, or other health care
facility. Clinical and lab procedures included in this course are
medical record creation and maintenance, vital signs, medical
asepsis and OSHA standards, introduction to laboratory
procedures and testing and necessary documentation, laboratory
quality control and quality assurance, and physical agents that
promote healing, ear and eye exams and procedures and all
necessary documentation. FA
Prerequisites: HCT 100
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