GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 109



splices, blocks, and slings. The laboratory segment of this course will consist of
experiments based on Ohms law including resistance, voltage and current in
circuits with emphasis on the use of a digital multi-meter to measure resistance,
voltage and current. Other experiments will include analysis of circuits with
capacitors, diodes, and transistors.
Prerequisite:
ELM 103
ELM 206 POLE CLIMBING AND KNOTS/RIGGING
7 (0-7)
An introduction to pole climbing, pole top construction and load lifting and
handling. This course will emphasize safe and proper use of pole climbing
equipment, including inspection and maintenance of pole climbers, body belts,
and other safety related equipment. Pole top construction will include actual
construction of utility plant under un-energized conditions. Students will learn how
to splice rope, tie knots, and use rope to life tools and equipment necessary for
the construction of new and maintenance of
existing overhead electrical lines.
Prerequisite:
None
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
(EGR)
EGR 101 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
2 (1-2)
The course includes the following units of instruction: Proper use and care of
drafting instruments, triangles, scales, geometric curves; drawing geometry;
freehand lettering; technical sketching; theory and principles of orthographic
projection; basic and precision dimensions; primary auxiliary projection; sections;
pictorial representation; and working drawings.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite:
None
EGR 102 DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY
2 (1-2)
In this course, the student will learn to solve engineering problems
graphically by using the relationship between points, lines, planes, and curved
surfaces. The CAD system will be used with special emphasis on engineering
applications.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite:
EGR 101, DWG 105, or EGR 103
EGR 103 CAD CONCEPTS
2 (1-2)
This course is designed to familiarize the student with CAD concepts such as
the drawing editor, graphic entities, editing capabilities, display manipulation,
symbol and attribute creation, layer and output. 2D and 3D techniques will be
employed.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite:
None
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
(EMS)
EMS 201 PARAMEDIC I
10 (9-2)
This course provides the didactic (lecture) and practical training for the Paramedic.
This includes, but is not limited to preparation for a career as a paramedic, general
principles of pathophysiology, airway management, patient ventilation, patient
assessment, communication, documentation, management of the trauma patient.
Prerequisite for Paramedic Certification: Acceptance in Paramedic Program,
Successful completion of National Registry EMT
Co-requisites for Paramedic Certification: ORI 100, BIO 105, EMS 205
Prerequisite for Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science: ORI 100, EMS 101,
BIO 250, PSY 101, ENG 101 or ENG 105, EMS 102, EMS 105, one
humanities, BIO 251, and choice of second communication to include ENG
102, ENG 250, SPE 105 or SPE 101.
Co-requisites for the Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-EMS 205
EMS 202 PARAMEDIC II
10 (9-2)
This course is a continuation of Paramedic I. It provides the didactic (lecture) and
practical training for the Paramedic. This includes, but is not limited to, general
principles of pathophysiology, patient assessment, EKG interpretation,
management of the medical emergency patient, EMS operations, and
management of patients with special needs.
Prerequisite for Paramedic Certification: Acceptance in Paramedic Program,
Successful completion of the National Registry EMT, ORI 100, BIO 105, EMS
201, EMS 205
Co-requisites for Paramedic Certification: EMS 206
Prerequisite for the Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science: ORI 100, EMS
101, BIO 250, PSY 101, ENG 101 or ENG 105, EMS 102, EMS 105, EMS
201, EMS 205, one humanities, and choice of second communication to
include ENG 102, ENG 250, SPE 105 or SPE 101.
Co-requisites for Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-EMS 206
108
EMS 203 PARAMEDIC III
4 (3-1)
This course is a continuation of Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic I and
II. This program provides both didactic (lecture) and practical classes for the
Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic. This includes the following but not
limited to, crime scene awareness, acute interventions including behavior
disorders, medical incident command with mass causality incident (MCI) actual
drill, pulmonary , neurology, water rescue (pool exercise), Neonatal Resuscitation
program (NRP), Pediatric advanced life support (PALS), extrication (live
exercise), written and practical review for national registry exam, written final
exam, and final practical exam.
Prerequisite for Paramedic Certification: Acceptance in Paramedic Program,
Successful completion of the National Registry EMT, ORI 100, BIO 105, EMS
201, EMS 205, EMS 202, EMS 206
Co-requisites for Paramedic Certification: EMS 207
Prerequisite for the Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-ORI 100, EMS
101, BIO 250, PSY 101, ENG 101 or ENG 105, EMS 102, EMS 105, EMS
201, EMS 205,, BIO 251,one humanities, and choice of second
communication to include ENG 102, ENG 250, SPE 105 or SPE 101
Co-requisites for Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-EMS 207
EMS 205 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - PARAMEDIC I
4 (0-12)
This course provides 192 hours of clinical experience for paramedic students in
areas including patient assessment, management of the medical and trauma
patient,
patient
intubations,
special
considerations,
medication
administration, IV access, and documentation.
Prerequisite for Paramedic Certification: Acceptance in Paramedic Program,
Successful completion of National Registry EMT
Co-requisites for Paramedic Certification: ORI 100, BIO 105, EMS 201
Prerequisite for Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-ORI 100, EMS 101,
BIO 250, PSY 101, ENG 101 or ENG 105, EMS 102, EMS 105, one
humanities, BIO 251, and choice of second communication to include ENG
102, ENG 250, SPE 105 or SPE 101.
Co-requisites for the Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-EMS 201
Prerequisite:
Admission to Paramedic Program
Co-requisite:
Paramedic I
EMS 206 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - PARAMEDIC II
4 (0-12)
This course is a continuation of Paramedic Clinical I and provides 192 hours of
clinical experience for paramedic students in areas including management of the
trauma and medical patient including cardiac patients and use of EKGs,
and assessment-based management of emergency situations, EMS
operations, rescue assessment and operations, hazardous materials
incidents, and crime scene awareness.
Prerequisite for Paramedic Certification: Acceptance in Paramedic Program,
Successful completion of the National Registry EMT, ORI 100, BIO 105, EMS
201, EMS 205
Co-requisites for Paramedic Certification: EMS 202
Prerequisite for the Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-ORI 100, EMS
101, BIO 250, PSY 101, ENG 101 or ENG 105, EMS 102, EMS 105, EMS
201, EMS 205, one humanities, and choice of second communication to
include ENG 102, ENG 250, SPE 105 or SPE 101.
Co-requisites for Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-EMS 202
EMS 207 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION – PARAMEDIC III
5 (0-0-15)
This course is a continuation of EMS 206 – Paramedic Cooperative Work
Experience II and provides continued clinical experience for paramedic students
in areas including advanced patient assessment, management of the medical
and trauma patient, patient intubations, special considerations, medication
administration, EMS operations, rescue assessment and operations, and crime
scene awareness. 240 hours of clinical experience.
Prerequisite for Paramedic Certification: Acceptance in Paramedic Program,
Successful completion of the National Registry EMT, ORI 100, BIO 105, EMS
201, EMS 205, EMS 202, EMS 206
Co-requisites for Paramedic Certification: EMS 203
Prerequisite for the Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-ORI 100, EMS
101, BIO 250, PSY 101, ENG 101 or ENG 105, EMS 102, EMS 105, EMS
201, EMS 205,, BIO 251,one humanities, and choice of second
communication to include ENG 102, ENG 250, SPE 105 or SPE 101
Co-requisites for Paramedic-Associate of Applied Science-EMS 203
ENGLISH
(ENG)
Courses listed with numbers below the 101 level are designed to assist the
student in preparing for college level coursework. They may be
recommended on the basis of placement assessment scores and/or referral
by faculty advisors, counselors, or the Dean of Students. If one of these courses
is recommended for a student, the student has three options:
1. The student may elect to take the course.
2. The student may demonstrate, through testing, his/her competency in the
subject matter. (The student may test out of the course.)
3. The student may elect not to take the course and sign out of it. If the student

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