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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ _____________________________________________________________ 2016-2017
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MKT 125 Introduction to Marketing Strategies
3 Credits
This is a second semester continuation of the Introduction to
Marketing MKT 112 course. It expands on the principles of
marketing with greater depth in the marketing mix: product,
price, distribution, and promotion. SP
Prerequisite: MKT 112 or instructor approval
MKT 202 Entrepreneurship
3 Credits
This capstone course in the Marketing and Management
degree option utilizes a sophisticated online simulation. This
challenging simulation is based on a real- life management
scenario where each student manages a multi-million dollar
company. Students plan and manage products and compete
against other teams worldwide using realistic market measures
such as stock price, EPS, ROE, ROS, and so on. This cross-
functional simulation integrates major elements of business
decision making including Research & Development,
Production, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, and Total
Quality Management. SP
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all first, second, and
third semester program courses. Students must be enrolled in
all fourth semester program courses in order to enroll or have
instructor approval.
MKT 222 Practicum IV
1 Credit
This course is a one-semester component which allows the
student to apply hands-on techniques to material presented in
the classroom/lab. This component will be either through an
approved work station or approved real-life experience. SP
MKT 223 Practicum V
3 Credits
This course is a one-semester component which allows the
student to apply hands-on techniques to material presented in
the classroom/lab. This component will be either through an
approved work station or approved real-life experience. SP
MTD 103 Automotive/Diesel Technology Fundamentals &
Safety
2 credits
An introduction to the automotive and diesel industry
including: the theory and application of shop safety practices,
shop equipment and tool usage, vehicle subsystems, service
publications, professional responsibilities, basic automotive/
diesel maintenance, precision measuring, basic welding, and
oxyacetylene skills. FA
NRS 107 Introduction to Pharmacology
3 Credits
This course is designed to introduce pharmacology and presents
common drugs used in each drug classification module,
including drug actions, uses, adverse reactions, drug interactions,
nursing implications and patient teaching. It will also include a
math review and dosage calculations. FA/SP
NRS 117 Essential Fundamentals of Nursing
4 credits
This course provides didactic instruction of foundational
nursing concepts, skills, and basic IV therapy that are required
for licensure as a practical nurse and employment in a variety
of healthcare settings. Students will develop competencies
necessary to practice in a safe, ethical, and legal manner.
Communication, critical thinking, and nursing process are
emphasized. Students will display competence via written exams
including textbook exams and ATI Fundamental exam. FA
NRS 117L Essential Fundamentals of Nursing Lab
2 credits
This course provides the laboratory practice of foundational
nursing concepts, skills, and basic IV therapy taught in NRS 117.
Opportunities for practice are provided in the skills laboratory,
including guided simulation exercises with required skills return
demonstration. Independent ATI skills module completion and
laboratory practice time are required each week. Students are
required to demonstrate competence through rigorous skill pass-
offs in preparation for clinical practice in a variety of healthcare
settings as a licensed practical nurse. FA
NRS 143 Foundations of Medical Surgical Nursing I
5 Credits
Medical and/or surgical conditions and the related nursing care
are presented in the following areas: fluid and electrolytes,
acid base balance, infections, shock, pain, cancer, surgery,
diabetes mellitus, immune disorders, respiratory disorders,
gastrointestinal disorders, integumentary disorders, blood
and lymph disorders, introduction to cardiovascular disorders
and emergent conditions. Students participate in clinical lab
simulation. Clinical experience occurs in a variety of health care
settings throughout the community. Students provide care to
patients of all age groups. FA/SP
Corequisite: NRS 115
NRS 144 Foundations of Mental Health Nursing
3 Credits
This course will stress basic psychiatric diagnoses, history of
mental health, coping mechanisms, treatment modalities, defense
mechanisms, psychiatric medications and their side effects. This
course will also teach therapeutic communication and building
therapeutic relationships. Clinical experience occurs primarily in
an inpatient psychiatric care facility. FA
NRS 207 Introduction to Maternal/Child Nursing
4 Credits
This course considers the special needs and nursing care of
the maternity patient, fetus, and the newborn. Medical and /or
surgical conditions of the pediatric patient and the accompanying
family dynamics are also presented with emphasis on preventive
medicine. Principles of growth and development from the
prenatal period through adolescence are incorporated. Clinical
experience occurs in the maternal/ newborn nursing setting. SP
Corequisite: NRS 115, NRS 143
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