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XML WEB SERVICES

The student learns to create and manipulate datasets, access and manipulate XML data, create remote-able classes for .NET Remoting, create and use SOAP extensions for basic and advanced web services, and use Windows and Component Services of the .NET framework.

Visual Basic .NET

Visual Basic .NET is used to develop skills in modern program development for both stand–alone and web–based applications. Key target skills are: building the user interface, mastering procedural and object–oriented syntax, and accessing and manipulating database information in a .NET environment.




Pharmacy Technology

Students learn the responsibility of the Pharmacy Technician in processing prescription renewals, controlled substances, and the laws and regulations that apply to prescription orders from authorized health care providers. Aseptic techniques and procedures are discussed and practiced. In addition, students practice functions related to drug purchases, inventory control, production of medications, labeling and packaging of medications, patient counseling, quality assurance, and the dispensing of medication in a simulated pharmacy environment.

NANOTECHNOLOGY

Science and engineering at the nano level will most likely provide the vehicle for future growth in the engineering, electronics, textile, medical, and other related fields. This survey course introduces students to the experimental principles of nanotechnology, allows students to apply knowledge obtained during other courses to the design of experiments and analysis of received nanotech data and results, enhances the communication skills of students in the presentation of data and results analysis both verbally and in writing, and enhances the time management skills of students in p... [Read More]

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

This course introduces the student to medical terms that will be continuously built upon throughout the program curriculum. Students learn root words, prefixes, suffixes, and terminology associated with body structures and functions. Students also study the human body cellular structures and functionality, as well as the body’s planes, regions, quadrants, and organs.

Medical Office Administration

This course is designed to give students an opportunity to simulate the daily operations and routine of a medical office. Students are oriented to the work environment, and professionalism is emphasized. The ability to apply a practical approach to this process is further enhanced by an introduction to basic computer skills including keyboarding and word processing. Students also establish the essential techniques for communication in the medical office, especially the ability to triage telephone calls, manage written correspondence, and maintain medical office supply inventories. Pa... [Read More]

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