Continuing Education Program & Course Descriptions

Continuing Education Program & Course Descriptions

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  • Career Training

    For more information please email us at ce@delmar.edu or call us at (361) 698-2122. 

    2 hour Online Pipeline Industry Information Session

    PTRT 101N Pipeline Information Session
    This two-hour online course covers various aspects of pipeline process such as history and development; environmental considerations, pump stations, control of the oil movements; gathering oil from field, and maintenance. Online instructor led video stream, webcam or computer with camera needed.  

    72 hour - 12-week Online Pipeline Training Program

    Pipeline Training Program
    The Pipeline Training Program is a 12-week online program of the three (3) courses, shown below, which must be taken in the following order:
    PTRT 2005 Introduction to Pipeline and Petrochemical Industries
    PTRT 2015 Pipeline Construction and Operations
    PTRT 2020 Corrosion Control and Regulatory
    The courses cover various aspects of pipeline process, environmental considerations, pump stations, safety, operations of pipelines, cathodic protection, instrumentation, deep well ground beds and construction practices to cover a few. Students will receive a Certificate of completion after each course. This is not a certification in the pipeline petrochemical industry; however, this three-course series provides students the fundamentals of the Pipeline and Petrochemical Industry for a viable career. 

    4 week Plumbing - Construction Skill Training Program

    Plumbing - Construction Skills Training
    Plumbing - Construction Skills Training is a 4-week program consisting of the two (2) courses, shown
    below:
    PFPB 1013 Introduction to the Plumbing Trade
    PFPB 1003 Basic Plumbing Skills
    This is a program to prepare entry level laborers and workers in the Residential and Commercial
    Plumbing Industry. This program will give the student an overview of commonly recognized
    construction skills including safety, construction math, plumbing tools, print reading for plumbers,
    soldering, brazing, pipe material, fittings, plumbing fixtures and their installation. Instruction in the
    maintenance of plumbing common in all structures including replacement of components, repair and
    replacement of fixtures, and use of equipment.

    Online Landscape Program Information Session

    Online Landscape Program Information Session
    HALT 101N Landscape Design Info Session
    An online Live Lobby held via Microsoft Teams providing an introductory course to answer questions related to the Landscape Design Program promoting the identification of plant material used in the Gulf Coast area including, trees, shrubs, vines, annuals and perennials, bulbs, groundcovers, grasses and bamboos, palms and cycads, cacti and other succulents.

    Landscape Program

    Landscape Design & Horticulture Skills Training
    HALT 1022 Landscape Design II
    HALT 1001 Principles of Horticulture
    HALT 2005 Xeriscape Management
    HALT 1025 Landscape Design I – Landscape Plant Material
    HALT 1022 Landscape Design II – Landscape Design

    Principles of Horticulture is the pre-requisites to the Landscape Design courses. The Xeriscape Management course is optional in this program. Courses lead to Horticulturist certifications.
    Course Description: Introduces students to Landscape Design. Topics include identifying plants and shrubs that live in the Gulf Coast area. Plants and shrubs that live in our area without water, and how to design your own landscape rendering.

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    RADIATION SAFETY
    OSHT 1017 Radiation Safety
    Establish basic safety skills for personnel in the Industrial Radiography business who will be working with Gamma or X-Ray Radiation.

    Employability Skills

    POFT 1000 Career Exploration and Planning
    An in-depth career exploration course intended to assist individuals as they navigate and learn about various career options. This includes analyzing personal career interests, surveying, and researching career fields with related educational and training requirements, practicing the decision-making process, and job search skills such as completing applications and interviewing. Upon completion students will have knowledge of various career options as well as their next steps towards achieving their career/educational goal.

    BUSG 1012 Professionalism in the Workplace
    This course helps students develop entry-level skills for the workplace and targets students interested in improving/developing professionalism skills. Identify attitudes and values that contribute to effective work habits. Students will learn about professionalism, interpersonal skills, communication skills, effects of attitude and behavior in the workplace, and employability skills.

    POFT 1004 Business Writing for the Workplace
    A study of the basic elements of composition for business documents such as business emails, texts, and letters.

    BMGT 1004 Workplace Critical Thinking and Problems Solving
    This course helps students develop entry-level skills for the workplace and targets students interested in in improving and/or developing critical thinking and problem solving skills. Topics include interpreting data for effective problem solving and recommending corrective action.

    12-week Office Assistant OSA (also includes Word, PP & Excel)

    OFFICE ASSISTANT and OFFICE ASSISTANT OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS AWARD (OSA)
    POFT 1022 Introduction to Administrative Assistant
    Prepares students for the industry as an Administrative Assistant, and the basics of being an Administrative Assistant.

    OFFICE ASSISTANT OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS AWARD (OSA)
    POFT 1010 Basics of Keyboarding
    ITSW 1022 Excel for Beginners
    ITSW 1037 PowerPoint for Beginners
    POFI 1024 Word for Beginners
    POFT 1022 Introduction to Administrative Assistant
    Courses can be taken in any order for the exception of POFT 1022. The Introduction of Administrative Assistant course is the last course to be completed for the OSA. The Occupational Skills Award (OSA) prepares students for the industry as an Administrative Assistant. Students will learn how to work Microsoft programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and the basics of being an Administrative Assistant.

    Records Management

    RECORDS AND FILING MANAGEMENT
    POFT 1019 Records and Filing Management
    Develop basic records information management skills for the workplace including manual and electronic filing. Topics include records management, alphabetic indexing, electronic filing management, and storing, retrieving and transferring records. This is an ideal course for anyone working in an office setting.

    Welding

    WELDING and WELDING OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS AWARD (OSA)
    WLDG 1007 Introduction to Welding
    Basic welding techniques using some of the following processes: Oxy-fuel welding (OFW) and cutting, shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW).

    WLDG 1021 Welding Fundamentals
    An introduction to the fundamentals of equipment used in oxy-fuel and arc welding, including welding and cutting safety, basic oxy-fuel welding and cutting, basic arc welding processes and basic metallurgy.

    WELDING OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS AWARD (OSA)
    WLDG 1007 Introduction to Welding
    WLDG 1021 Welding Fundamentals
    The Occupational Skills Award (OSA) prepares students for the industry and is awarded on the successful completion of both courses.

    Millwright

    MILLWRIGHT
    MCHN 2005 Millwright III
    An introduction to bearings and seals. Identification of common bearings and seals. Emphasis on design and installation of seals and bearings.

    MCHN 2007 Millwright IV
    This course will focus on troubleshooting, repair, and installation of pumps.

    Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

    GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS)
    GISC 1011 Introduction to GIS
    An introduction to basic concepts of vector GIS using several industry specific software programs including nomenclature cartography and geography.

    GISC 2020 Intermediate GIS
    Focus on the study of spatial data structures and the display, manipulation and analysis of geographic information. Study on the technical aspects involved in spatial data handling, analysis and modeling. Includes theories and procedures associated with the implementation and management of GIS projects. A variety of GIS software packages will be used in the laboratory.

    GUAS 2071N Fundamentals of UAS
    This foundation course will apply fundamental Geographic Information Science (GISC) theories, principles and applications in the use of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS/sUAS) technology for the acquisition and analysis of geospatial data.

    Construction

    CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS AWARD (OSA)
    CNBT 1000 Residential and Light
    CRPT 1029 Introduction to Carpentry
    CRPT 1091 Basic Framing and Carpentry
    CNBT 1010 Basic Construction Safety
    Students learn the basics to prepare them for a career in the construction field. Courses include Introduction to Carpentry, Residential and Light Commercial Blueprint Reading, Basic Framing and Carpentry Maintenance Skills, and OSHA Regulations for the Construction industry. The Occupational Skills Award (OSA) prepares students for the industry and is awarded on the successful completion of all four (4) courses. 

    Building Maintenance

    CRPT 1091 Special Topics in Carpentry
    Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledges, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

  • Computer Courses

    For more information please email us at ce@delmar.edu or call us at (361) 698-2122. 

    Computers

    POFT TRAINING
    1010 Basics of Keyboarding
    Introductory level; Skill development in keyboarding. Demonstrate basic keyboarding techniques. 

    12-week Office Assistant OSA (includes Word, PP, Excel & Admin Asst Course)

    SOFTWARE TRAINING
    Microsoft Excel for Beginners
    ITSW 1022 Excel for Beginners
    Hands-on course will teach students dozens of shortcuts and tricks for setting up fully-formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently.

    Microsoft PowerPoint for Beginners
    ITSW 1037 PowerPoint for Beginners
    Introduction to computerized presentation graphics that guides students through planning, design, and production of business graphics and charts. Students will learn to prepare presentation files and learn to utilize multimedia software. Students will learn to see presentation graphics concepts and terms; create and run a slide presentation; edit and spell-check text; create, edit, enhance objects; integrate data between presentation and word processing software.

    Microsoft Word for Beginners
    POFT 1024 Word for Beginners
    Introduction to word processing terminology, editing functions, formatting, and special text options. Student will learn to create, format and edit documents.

    OFFICE ASSISTANT OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS AWARD (OSA)
    POFT 1010 Basics of Keyboarding
    ITSW 1022 Excel for Beginners
    ITSW 1037 PowerPoint for Beginners
    POFI 1024 Word for Beginners
    POFT 1022 Introduction to Administrative Assistant
    Courses can be taken in any order for the exception of POFT 1022. The Introduction of Administrative Assistant course is the last course to be completed for the OSA. The Occupational Skills Award (OSA) prepares students for the industry as an Administrative Assistant. Students will learn how to work Microsoft programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and the basics of being an Administrative Assistant.

  • Texas Mutual Safety Grant

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    OSHA 10-hour Construction

    OSHT 1000 OSHA 10-hour Construction
    Students will recognize and evaluate hazards in the workplace and learn how to implement control measures including engineering, administrative, and personal protective equipment (PPE). OSHA 10 Construction also provides the students the skills necessary to recognize the common occupational hazards in the areas of construction and the trades while describing the components of effective workplace design and accident prevention programs. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA 10-Hour Construction Department of Labor course completion card.

    Food Service Management Certification

    RSTO 2000 Food Service Manager Certification
    This course is the 7 hour National Certification program for owners and operators of establishments, as well as for any religious or private fund raiser which prepares and serves food to the public. This is an environmental class with topics including methods of proper food storage, techniques for sanitary food preparation, employee sanitation, pest control, accident prevention, sanitation regulation and standards including knowing the prevention of bacteria, parasites, virus, toxins, hepatitis A and dealing with HIV/Aids in the work place, which contributes to outbreaks of food-borne disease. Intensive training in an identified area(s) to meet continuing education and/or review/update requirements associated with professional licensure or certification. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

  • Construction Skills Training

    For more information please email us at ce@delmar.edu or call us at (361) 698-2122. 

    Beginning Woodworking - Construction Skills Training
    WDWK 1091 Beginning Woodworking
    Basic woodworking principles including the use of hand and power tools with an emphasis on safety. The student learns to build wood projects using dados, rabbets, and tongue & groove joints. The program reviews how to properly apply wood finishes and project hardware.

    Carpentry - Construction Skills Training
    CRPT 1029 Carpentry
    CRPT 1001 Basic Framing
    A program to prepare entry level laborers and workers in the Residential and Commercial Carpentry Industry. This program will give the student an overview of commonly recognized construction skills including safety, construction math, hand/power tools, carpentry, exterior and interior coverings. Students will frame walls, ceilings and will install doors and windows.

    Carpentry - Construction Skills Training
    CRPT 1029 Carpentry
    CRPT 1001 Basic Framing
    A program to prepare entry level laborers and workers in the Residential and Commercial Carpentry Industry. This program will give the student an overview of commonly recognized construction skills including safety, construction math, hand/power tools, carpentry, exterior and interior coverings. Students will frame walls, ceilings and will install doors and windows.

    Cabinetry – Construction Skills Training
    WDWK 1013 Cabinet Making I
    A program to prepare entry level laborers and workers in the Residential and Commercial Cabinetry Industry. Design and construction of base cabinets and wall cabinets for kitchens and bathrooms. Emphasis on the safe use of portable and stationary power tools Identify types and components of a cabinet; label types of joints used in cabinet construction; name the standard sizes of the typical kitchen cabinets; label types of cabinet doors; identify hardware used on cabinets; list the types of materials used on cabinets and counter tops; draw plans; calculate costs; and prepare a bill of materials; demonstrate safe use of hand, portable, and stationary power tools; and lay out, cut, and assemble components using proper joints and fastening devices to construct a cabinet.

    Drywall – Construction Skills Training
    CBFM 1012 Basic Interior Finishes
    A program to prepare entry level laborers and workers in the Residential and Commercial Drywall Industry. An emphasis on construction safety and math. Includes drywall installation and finishing. Also covers painting, wall coverings, textures. identifies materials needed for repairing and maintaining walls and drywall.

    House Wiring – Construction Skills Training
    ELPT 1002 Introduction to Electrical Controls
    ELPT 1000 Basic Electrical Wiring
    A program to prepare entry level laborers and workers in the Residential and Commercial Electrical Industry. This program will give the student an overview of commonly recognized construction skills including safety, construction math, electrical tools, print reading for electricians, conductors, switches, outlets, and basic house wiring, including electrical fixtures and their installation. Development of skills and knowledge required for an understanding of safety rules and regulations. Includes the selection, inspection, use, and maintenance of common tools for electricians. The presentation of the theory of residential electric circuits. Topics include load calculations and safety in electrical work, installation of wiring, load protection, ground fault, and other devices commonly used in 110-volt household applications.

    OSHA 10-Hour Construction – Construction Skills Training
    OSHT 1000 OSHA 10-hour Construction
    Basic concepts of safety and health as they relate to the construction industry. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA 10-Hour Construction Department of Labor course completion card.

    OSHA 30-Hour Construction – Construction Skills Training
    OSHT 1015 OSHA 30-hour Construction
    Basic concepts of safety and health as they relate to the construction industry. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA 30-Hour Construction Department of Labor course completion card.

    Print Reading – Construction Skills Training
    DFTG 1015 Architectural Blueprint Reading
    The fundamentals of blueprint reading for the construction industry. Identify the importance and use of construction prints; identify the symbols, terminology, and standard abbreviations; explain the sequence of drawing organization; make the calculations and measurements relative to construction; and interpret construction drawings and scales.

    Trim and Stairs-Construction Skills Training
    WDWK 1045 Interior Finish Systems
    CRPT 2047 Stairs
    A program to prepare entry level laborers and workers in the Residential and Commercial Trim and Stair Industry. This program will give the student an overview of commonly recognized construction skills including safety, construction math, placement and installation of door, window, floor and ceiling trim. Construction and installation of stairs. Includes stair types and parts, wood and metal stairs, and the layout and installation of stairs. Emphasis on safe work practices and use, and maintenance of tools and equipment.

  • Health Care

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    EKG

    Electrocardiography (EKG) Technician
    ECRD 1011 Electrocardiography
    This course will target students who are interested in learning the fundamentals of becoming a cardiovascular technician. Fundamentals of cardiovascular anatomy and physiology. Includes basic electrocardiography procedures, interpretation of basic dysrhythmias, and appropriate treatment modalities. This program will also help prepare students for the Electrocardiography Technician National Certification exam.

    Patient Care Technician

    NUPC 1020 Patient Care Technician
    Training, skills, and knowledge needed to work in a hospital setting. Training includes basic patient care, clinical procedures, patient safety, and routine office-lab procedures such as electrocardiography procedures and the collection of blood specimens. Prerequisites: Electrocardiography Certification and Phlebotomy Certification.

    Nurse Aide program

    NURA 1001 Nurse Aide – Lecture
    NURA 1060 Nurse Aide – Clinical
    Classroom, laboratory, and clinical preparation for entry level nursing assistants to achieve a level of knowledge, skills, and abilities essential to provide basic care to residents of long-term care facilities. Topics include resident’s rights, communication, safety, observation, reporting and assisting residents in maintaining basic comfort and safety. Emphasis on effective interaction with members of the health care team. This program will also help prepare students for the Texas Dept. of Health and Human Services State Certification for Nurse Aide exam.

    Medication Aide Refresher

    NURA 1041 Medication Aide Refresher
    A course for Certified Medication Aides who possess a Medication Aide permit issued by the Texas Department of Health and Human Services (TXDHHS). The Medication Aide Permit must be renewed on an annual basis and is a condition for employment.

    CPR & First Aid

    CPR for Healthcare Workers
    EMSP 1019 Basic Life Support (BLS) and First Aid
    CPR/BLS for the Health Care Provider and First Aid certification course is designed for healthcare professionals and other personnel who need to know how to perform CPR and other basic cardiovascular life support skills in a wide variety of in-facility and pre-hospital settings. This course is credentialed by the American Heart Association.

    Spanish for Medical Professionals - Beginner

    SPNL 1001 Spanish for Medical Professionals – Beginner
    Achieve a competence in medical Spanish through the practice of pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammatical structures, all within the context of the medical professions. Focus is placed on role-play activities that will cover the most common medical procedures in Spanish.

    Spanish for Medical Professionals - Intermediate

    SPNL 1002 Spanish for Medical Professionals – Intermediate
    Achieve a communication in medical Spanish through the practice of pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammatical structures, all within the context of the medical professions. Focus is placed on translation of common medical terminology, medical procedures, examinations, and anatomy.

    Medical Receptionist

    POFM 1006 Medical Receptionist
    Training, skills, and knowledge needed to enter the workforce as a medical secretary. Training includes medical ethics and law, scheduling appointments, mailing procedures, managing health information, and overall office management skills in a Healthcare setting. Students will also receive basic training over insurance and coding, billing reimbursements and health record compliance.

    Nurse Aide Skills Refresher

    NURA 2005 Nurse Aide Skills Refresher
    Review and update on current nurse aid skills and instruction required to provide effective patient care. Skill reviews include hand hygiene, measuring blood pressure, measuring and recording respiration and all other required nurse aid skills. 

    Billing and Coding (pre-requisites required after first course)

    Billing and Coding Occupational Skills Award (OSA)
    POFM 1000 Basic Medical Coding
    HITT 1013 Coding and Insurance
    HITT 2045 Coding Certification Exam Review
    Courses must be taken in the order listed above.
    This program covers the basics for medical coding, billing, and insurance claims for students interested in entering the medical field. This includes an overview of skills and knowledge in ICD and CPT coding. At the successful completion of all three courses listed above, students will receive the Occupational Skills Award (OSA) which prepares them for the industry. Additionally, the program will also help prepare students for the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) Certification exam.

  • Real Estate

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    Real Estate Principles

    RELE 1002 Principles I
    This course is an overview of licensing as a real estate broker or salesperson in Texas. Includes ethics of practice as a license holder; titles to and conveyance of real estate; legal descriptions, deeds, encumbrances and liens; distinctions between personal and real property; appraisal, finance and regulations; closing procedures; and real estate mathematics. Covers at least three hours of classroom instruction on federal, state, and local laws relating to housing discrimination, housing credit discrimination, and community reinvestment. Fulfills at least 30 of 60 hours of required instruction for salesperson license.

    Law of Agency

    RELE 2002 Law of Agency
    Law of agency including principal-agent and master-servant relationships, the authority of an agent, the termination of an agent's authority, the fiduciary and other duties of an agent, employment law, deceptive trade practices, listing or buying representation procedures, and the disclosure of an agency.

    Law of Contracts

    RELE 1012 Law of Contracts
    Elements of a contract, offer and acceptance, statute of frauds, specific performance and remedies for breach, unauthorized practice of law, commission rules relating to use of adopted forms, and owner disclosure requirements.

    Promulgated Contracts & Forms

    RELE 1000 Promulgated Forms & Contracts
    Promulgated Contract Forms, which shall include but are not limited to unauthorized practice of law, broker-lawyer committee, current promulgated forms, commission rules governing use forms and case studies involving use of forms.

    Real Estate Finance

    RELE 1020 Finance
    Monetary systems, primary and secondary money markets, sources of mortgage loans, federal government programs, loan applications, processes and procedures, closing costs, alternative financial instruments, equal credit opportunity laws affecting mortgage lending, Community Reinvestment Act, and the state housing agency.

  • Personal Enrichment

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    Child Care Provider

    CDEC 1009 Child Care Provider
    Pre-service training required of all new employees in Texas regulated childcare facilities. Provides basic childcare provider training for anyone interested in seeking employment as a childcare worker at non-state and Texas regulated childcare facilities 0 months – 5 years of age.

    Sign Language

    SLNG 1003 Conversational ASL for the Workplace
    Develop American Sign Language communication for the work environment. Express and comprehend expanded core vocabulary; exhibit skills in expressive and receptive ASL communications; and initiate context specific conversations in ASL.

    Foreign Languages

    SPNL 1042 Business Spanish
    Development of Spanish oral and written communication skills related to the business environment including medical, business, commercial, and legal terminology, including a review of basic Spanish grammar. Compose business letters in Spanish using proper terminology; utilize proper Spanish grammar rules and terminology in business letters; apply proper international business etiquette in letter composition.

    Communication skills

    COMG 1006 ESL for Food Service Industry
    Introduction to key English phrases and questions for individuals who work in the food service industry. Topics included are language structure, pronunciation, vocabulary and conversational skills.

    Substitute Teaching

    EDTC 1002 Substitute Teacher
    An exploration of the role of the substitute, identification of student needs, behavior modification and classroom management, teaching methodologies, school personnel relationships, mandated state standards, and growth and development of students.

    Professional Development

    COMG 1009 Effective Public Speaking
    Speaking publicly without stress. Emphasizes use of verbal and non-verbal skills to make points clear and effective. Implement strategies for stress-free public speaking; use verbal and non-verbal communication skills to make points clear; organize presentation for understanding and clarity; and present to an audience.

    Mathematics

    TECM 1013 Basic Mathematics
    Math skills applicable to business and industry for successful on-the-job performance. Solve mathematical calculations relevant to specific business/industry occupations.

    payroll Accounting 

    ACNT 1015 Payroll Accounting
    This course is also a part of the Accounting Clerk Certificate. Focus on payroll and associated records. A complete payroll will be done including time and record keeping, actual payroll, and quarterly and annual reports. Textbook required.

    Personal Enrichment Non-Funded

    SPAN 107N Conversational Spanish
    This course is an introductory Spanish course which emphasizes listening comprehension and speaking skills. It is highly recommended for students without previous experience in the Spanish language.

    Cross-Listed

    ARTS 1011N Design I
    Basic course in the fundamentals of design, involving the primary principles and elements of two-dimensional design. This course is cross-listed with credit.

    ARTS 1016N Drawing I
    Fundamentals of drawing from a variety of subject matter as a basis for subsequent artistic interpretation; media includes : pencil, conte crayon, charcoal, and others; topic and terminology: studies in contour drawing, gesture, value, and composition. This course is cross-listed with credit. Fee: $368.

    ARTS 1025N Drawing & Painting for Non-Majors
    Survey for non-majors of the history and philosophy of art in conjunction with initial exploratory activities with art materials. This course is cross-listed with credit. Fee: $368.

    ARTS 2046N Ceramics I
    Fundamentals of basic pottery and glazing with an emphasis on functional designa nd decoration. Handbuilding and wheel throwing techniques introduced with supportive experiences of kiln stacking firing processes. This course is cross-listed with credit. Fee: $350.

    ARTS 2048N Digital Art I
    An introduction to the development of animation movement and visual story telling skills. Includes aspects of animation production.

    ARTS 2057N Digital Photography
    Continuation of ARTS 2356 with emphasis on creativity and using various mediums, which may include digital camera and image manipulation software. Student must supply cameras, paper, film and other supplies as needed. Prerequisite: ARTS 2356 or permission of the instructor.

  • Emergency Medical Services

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    Emergency Medical Services

    EMSP 2035
    Theory and skills necessary for the management of a cardiovascular emergencies as specified by the American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

  • Adult Education Initiatives

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    Orientation

    GED 100N ACE Orientation
    A requirement to participate in the Del Mar College grant-funded GED program. Find your level and learn how to learn by taking this first step towards your GED.

    Workforce Prep Courses

    TECM 1013 Basic Mathematics
    Math skills applicable to business and industry for successful on-the-job performance. Solve mathematical calculations relevant to specific business/industry occupations.

    Academy Courses

    TECM 1013 Basic Mathematics
    Math skills applicable to business and industry for successful on-the-job performance. Solve mathematical calculations relevant to specific business/industry occupations.

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