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Program Learning Outcomes

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    Northeast Alabama Community College

    Program Learning Outcomes

    A.A.S.Business

    Graduates of the Business (BUS) program are able to

    ? Communicate effectively in a business setting both orally and in writing (BUS

    215)

    ? Apply communication principles to the production of faxes, memos, emails,

    letters, résumés, and reports (BUS 215)

    ? Demonstrate an understanding of the legal and social environment of business, in

    particular civil and criminal law, consumer protection, contracts, employment and

    personal property rights (BUS 263)

    ? Demonstrate competence in financial accounting processes and systems (BUS

    241)

    ? Prepare income statements (BUS 241)

    ? Demonstrate competence in budgeting, performance evaluations, differential

    analysis, product pricing, and capital investment analysis (BUS 242) ? Demonstrate competence in corporate and management accounting (BUS 242) ? Demonstrate an understanding of macroeconomic theory, analysis, and policy

    applications, including supply and demand and market equilibrium, the American

    banking system, and the Federal Reserve system (ECO 231)

    ? Demonstrate an understanding of microeconomic theory, analysis, and policy

    applications, including international trade and the global economy, production

    and cost theory, and the economic role of government (ECO 232) ? Exhibit a positive work ethic (WKO 106)

     BUS 215: Business Communications BUS 241: Principles of Accounting I BUS 242: Principles of Accounting II BUS 263: The Legal and Social Environment of Business

    ECO 231: Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 232: Principles of Microeconomics WKO 106: Workplace Skills

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    Program Learning Outcomes

    A.A.S.Child Development

    Graduates of the Child Development (CHD) program are able to

? Explain ethical and professional behaviors related to early childcare profession

    (CHD 100)

    ? Provide an environment that is healthy, respectful, supportive, and challenging for

    children (CHD 100)

    ? Explain the principles of child growth and development (CHD 201)

    ? Provide developmentally appropriate activities for creative experiences for

    children (CHD 202)

    ? Select developmentally appropriate books for children and read to young children

    in an engaging manner (CHD 203)

    ? Plan, implement, and evaluate developmentally appropriate activities for young

    children (CHD 204)

    ? Plan programs for child development (CHD 205)

    ? Value safe and healthy management practices in a childcare setting (CHD 206)

    ? Develop an awareness of the roles of childcare facility administrators (CHD 208)

    ? Plan activities that support the development and interaction of children and their

    families (CHD 209)

    ? Explain concepts related to educating exceptional children (CHD 210)

    ? Demonstrate skills necessary for working in a childcare facility (CHD 215)

    ? Demonstrate ability to perform CPR (EMS 100)

    ? Exhibit a positive work ethic (WKO 106)

     CHD 100: Introduction to Early Care and Education of Children CHD 201: Child Growth and Development Principles CHD 202: Children’s Creative Experiences CHD 203: Children’s Literature and Language Development

    CHD 204: Methods and Materials for Teaching Children CHD 205: Program Planning for Educating Young Children CHD 206: Children’s Health and Safety CHD 208: Administration of Child Development Programs CHD 209: Infant and Toddler Education Programs CHD 210: Educating Exceptional Young Children CHD 215: Supervised Practical Experience in Child Development EMS 100: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I

    WKO 106: Workplace Skills

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    Program Learning Outcomes

    A.A. S.Computer Information Systems

    Graduates of the Computer Information Systems (CIS) program are able to

? Demonstrate knowledge of computer terminology and components (CIS 149)

    ? Explain basic computer operating systems (CIS 146)

    ? Demonstrate the ability to use word processing, spreadsheet, presentation

    graphics, and database software (CIS 146)

    ? Install, configure, and upgrade a computer operating system (CIS 268)

    ? Diagnose and troubleshoot an operating system (CIS 268)

    ? Install and troubleshoot computer hardware (CIS 269)

    ? Demonstrate the ability to use the polynomial, rational, exponential, and

    logarithmic functions of algebra (MTH 112)

    ? Demonstrate the ability to employ algorithmic design techniques (CIS 110)

    ? Demonstrate the ability to algorithmically solve problems using sequence,

    selection, and repetition control structures (CIS 110)

    ? Demonstrate knowledge of networks and data communications technology (CIS

    273)

    ? Explain and utilize C++ programming (CIS 251)

    ? Create Java application programs and applets (CIS 255)

    ? Develop a hierarchical class structure necessary to the implementation of an

    object-oriented software system (CIS 285)

    ? Exhibit a positive work ethic (WKO 106)

     CIS 110: Introduction to Computer Logic and Programming CIS 146: Microcomputer Applications

    CIS 149: Introduction to Computers CIS 251: C++ Programming CIS 255: Java Programming CIS 268: Software Support CIS 269: Hardware Support CIS 273: Introduction of Networking Communications CIS 285: Object Oriented Programming MTH 112: Precalculus Algebra

    WKO 106: Workplace Skills

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    Program Learning Outcomes

    Cosmetology

Graduates of the Cosmetology (COS) program are able to:

? Apply principles of shampooing, hair shaping, and hair styling. (COS 111, 112,

    123, 190)

    ? Apply permanent waves, chemical relaxing, and soft curls. (COS 113, 114, 123,

    190)

    ? Analyze scalp and hair. (COS 113, 114, 121, 122, 190).

    ? Apply all phases of hair coloring and lightening. (COS 121, 122, 190)

    ? Create styles using basic and advanced techniques. (COS 111, 112, 123, 143, 144,

    190)

    ? Administer facials, remove hair, and provide care for the skin. (COS 123, 131,

    132, 190)

    ? Provide basic nail care. (COS 111, 112, 123, 190)

    ? Demonstrate competence in management skills and the technology available for

    use in a salon. (COS 123, 133)

    ? Demonstrate personal and professional development. (all)

    ? Utilize safety and sanitary precautions. (all)

    ? Exhibit a positive work ethic. (WKO 106)

     COS 111: Cosmetology Science & Art COS 131: Aesthetics COS 112: Cosmetology Science & Art Lab COS 132: Aesthetics Applications COS 113: Chemical Methodology COS 133: Salon Management Technology

    COS 114: Chemical Methodology Lab COS 143: Hair Designs COS 121: Colorimetry COS 144: Hair Shaping and Design

    COS 122: Colorimetry Applications COS 190: Internship in Cosmetology

    COS 123: Cosmetology Salon Practices WKO 106: Workplace Skills

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    Program Learning Outcomes

    A.A.S.Drafting and Design Technology

Graduates of the Drafting and Design Technology (DDT) program are able to

    ? Practice safety (all courses)

    ? Employ basic operating system functions (DDT 104)

    ? Use CADD software and the printer/plotter (DDT 104, 127)

    ? Draw geometric figures and construction (DDT 111)

    ? Sketch and draw orthographic views of objects (DDT 111)

    ? Create drawings (DDT 124, 127)

    ? Create viewports and plot using paperspace (DDT 127)

    ? Produce pictorial and multi-view working drawings (DDT 128)

    ? Exhibit a positive work ethic (WKO 106)

     DDT 104: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting and Design DDT 111: Fundamentals of Drafting and Design Technology

    DDT 124: Technical Drawing I DDT 127: Intermediate Computer Aided Drafting DDT 128: Technical Drawing II WKO 106: Workplace Skills

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    Program Learning Outcomes

    A.A.S.Emergency Medical Services

    Graduates of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program are able to

? Assess vital signs and obtain a SAMPLE* history (EMS 140)

    ? Manage patient airways in the emergency setting (EMS 140)

    ? Perform patient assessment/management for the trauma patient (EMS 141)

    ? Perform patient assessment/management for the medical patient (EMS 141)

    ? Manage resuscitation efforts for a cardiac-arrest patient (EMS 142)

    ? Adapt communications and assessment techniques to the needs of pediatric and

    geriatric patients (EMS 142)

    ? Function in a clinical setting as an entry-level EMT (EMS 143)

    ? Prepare for service, dress professionally, and act in a safe manner (EMS 143)

    *SAMPLE: Signs and Symptoms, Allergies, Medications, Past medical history,

    Last oral

     in-take, Events leading up to illness or injury

    EMS 140: EMT Preparatory and Prehospital EMS Operations EMS 141: EMT Assessment and Trauma Related Injuries EMS 142: EMT Medical Emergencies and Pediatric Care EMS 143: EMT Basic Clinical Competencies

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    Program Learning Outcomes

    A.A.S.Industrial Electronics Technology

Graduates of the Industrial Electronics Technology (ILT) program are able to

    ? Practice safety (all courses)

    ? Apply concepts related to DC electrical theory (ILT 106)

    ? Apply concepts related to AC electrical theory (ILT 107)

    ? Use electrical measurement instruments (ILT 106, 107)

    ? Design, troubleshoot, remove, and replace electrical circuits.(ILT 106, 107, 112)

    ? Construct circuits using various logic gates (ILT 112)

    ? Apply concepts of digital electronics (ILT 112)

    ? Apply concepts related to semiconductors by constructing various types of

    rectifier, transistor, and thyristor circuits (ILT 111)

    ? Exhibit a positive work ethic (WKO 106)

    ILT 106: Concepts of Direct Current ILT 107: Concepts of Alternating Current

    ILT 111: Concepts of Solid State ILT 112: Concepts of Digital Electronics WKO 106: Workplace Skills

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    Program Learning Outcomes

    A.A.S.Medical Assisting

Graduates of the Medical Assisting (MAT) program are able to

? Interpret medical terms used in medical records (MAT 101)

    ? Demonstrate an understanding of the foundation of the anatomy and physiology

    information for allied health professionals, as well as how disease and injury

    affect the function of the human body (MAT 102, 103)

    ? Demonstrate competence in medical office exam room procedures (MAT 111,

    211)

    ? Apply specific communication techniques, including telephone etiquette,

    managing calls, and properly recording telephone messages (MAT 120)

    ? Demonstrate competencies necessary to obtain and prepare specimens in a safe

    and effective manner (MAT 125, 215)

    ? Recognize ethical and legal implications of patient contracts, informed consent,

    professional liability, and the medical practice act as they relate to the medical

    assistant (MAT 128)

    ? Recognize and competently respond to a medical emergency in the office (MAT

    200)

    ? Assist with special procedures, triage patients, and apply interviewing skills

    (MAT 211)

    ? Demonstrate correct procedure for performing venipuncture (MAT 215)

    ? Calculate drug dosages, recognize administration routes and sites, and administer

    medications prescribed by physicians (MAT 216)

    ? Code diagnoses using ICD-9-CM coding system (MAT 220)

    ? Code procedures using CPT-4 coding system (MAT 220)

    ? Complete an insurance claim form (MAT 220)

    ? Transcribe a dictated letter or report without errors into a mail-ready document

    using a computer (OAD 212)

    ? Demonstrate ability to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) (EMS 100)

    ? Exhibit a positive work ethic (WKO 106)

    EMS 100: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I MAT 102: Medical Assisting Theory I

    MAT 101: Medical Terminology MAT 103: Medical Assisting Theory II MAT 111: Clinical Procedures I for the Medical Assistant MAT 120: Medical Administrative Procedures I MAT 125: Laboratory Procedures I for the Medical Assistant MAT 128: Medical Law and Ethics for the Medical Assistant

     MAT 200: Management of Office Emergencies MAT 211: Clinical Procedures II for the Medical Assistant

    MAT 215: Laboratory Procedures II for the Medical Assistant MAT 216: Medical Pharmacology for the Medical Office MAT 220: Medical Office Insurance OAD 212: Medical Transcription

    WKO 106: Workplace Skills

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    Program Learning Outcomes

    A.A.S.Nursing

    Graduates of the Nursing (NUR) program are able to

    ? Demonstrate proficiency in performing advanced nursing skills for individuals

    with health alterations in a variety of settings (NUR 201, 202, 203) ? Apply therapeutic communication techniques in providing advanced nursing care

    for clients throughout the lifespan (NUR 201, 202, 203)

    ? Apply foundational knowledge of the nursing process in providing advanced

    nursing care for clients throughout the lifespan (NUR 201, 202, 203) ? Utilize critical thinking skills in providing collaborative care for clients with

    selected health alterations in a variety of settings (NUR 201, 202, 203) ? Formulate a teaching/learning plan for culturally diverse clients with selected

    health alterations in a variety of settings (NUR 201, 202, 203) ? Demonstrate competencies necessary to meet the needs of individuals throughout

    the lifespan in a safe, legal, and ethical manner using the nursing process (NUR

    201, 202, 203)

    ? Examine relevant technology for client care and documentation (NUR 204) ? Demonstrate professional behaviors and roles of a registered nurse upon entry

    into practice (NUR 204)

    NUR 201: Nursing Through the Lifespan I NUR 202: Nursing Through the Lifespan II NUR 203: Nursing Through the Lifespan III NUR 204: Role Transition for the Registered Nurse

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    Program Learning Outcomes

    A.A. S.Office Administration

    Graduates of the Office Administration (OAD) program are able to

? Communicate effectively in a business setting both orally and in writing (BUS

    215, OAD 131)

    ? Apply communication principles to the production of faxes, memos, emails,

    letters, résumés, and reports (BUS 215)

    ? Demonstrate competence in financial accounting processes and systems (BUS

    241)

    ? Demonstrate an understanding of economic theory, analysis, and policy

    applications (ECO 231 or 232)

    ? Prepare income statements (BUS 241)

    ? Explain basic computer operating systems (CIS 146)

    ? Demonstrate the ability to use word processing, spreadsheet, presentation

    graphics, and database software with speed and accuracy (CIS 146, OAD 103,

    OAD 125)

    ? Use the ten-key numeric touch method to solve mathematical business problems

    with speed and accuracy (OAD 130)

    ? Utilize American Records Management Association filing rules (OAD 138)

    ? Transcribe documents from dictated recordings (OAD 200)

    ? Exhibit a positive work ethic (WKO 106)

     BUS 215: Business Communication BUS 241: Principles of Accounting I CIS 146: Microcomputer Applications ECO 231: Principles of Macroeconomics

    ECO 232: Principles of Microeconomics OAD 103: Intermediate Keyboarding OAD 125: Word Processing OAD 130: Electronic Calculations OAD 131: Business English OAD 138: Records/Information Management Northeast Alabama Community College OAD 200: Machine Transcription WKO 106: Workplace Skills

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