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DESN 229 Civil II

3 Credits

Prerequisites: DESN 228.Presents advanced infrastructure related design topics,including highway structures,pavement types and geotechnical considerations.Emphasizes the preparation of drawings pertaining to various types of bridges.Drawing presentation of geot- echnical site studies and pavement designs is also reviewed. Numerical calculations related to the design topics will be explained.

DESN 230 Computer Modeling and Animation 3 Credits Prerequisites: DESN 103.Contains an historical overview of the devel- opment of computer-generated imagery,including CADD,computer animation,computer art and visualization.This course will cover vari- ous aspects of 3-Dimensional modeling,lighting,and camera place- ment, as well as compositional and design aspects for presentation. Computer animation techniques such as keyframing,inverse kine- matics, and simulation will be introduced.The course also includes an overview of storyboarding,scene composition,and lighting.

DESN 250 Vector Mechanics-Statics

3 Credits

Prerequisites:MATH 218.Includes resolution and composition of forces,moments,principles of equilibrium and application to trusses and jointed frames,friction,center of gravity and second moments

of areas.Uses vector analysis throughout. DESN 251 Dynamics

3 Credits

Prerequisites: DESN 250.Covers rectilinear and curvilinear motions, force,mass and acceleration,projectiles,pendulums,inertia forces in machines,work and energy,impulse and momentum and impact.

DESN 252 Mechanics of Solids

4 Credits

Prerequisites: DESN 250.Covers general principles of stress and strain, including elastic and inelastic behavior,shear,torsion,stresses in beams and deflection of beams and columns.Lab portion will be used to determine various materials’physical and mechanical properties.

DESN 271 Introduction to Solidworks

3 Credits

Prerequisite:DESN 103. Introduction of the fundamental features of Solidworks design software and its major applications in industries. Students will get knowledge and skill on technical drawing making,

communication and drawing management utilizing Solidworks.

DESN 272 Advanced Solid Modeling

3 Credits

Prerequisite:DESN 220. This course covers the modeling of complex parts,complex surfaces,rapid prototyping,sheet metal parts,stress analysis,automatic bill of materials generation,and other advanced

modeling techniques as time permits. DESN 280 Co-op/Internship

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Program Advisor Approval.Gives students the oppor- tunity to work at a job site that is specifically related to their career objectives.Provides on-the-job experience while earning credit towards an associate degree.

DHYG 101 Fundamentals of Dental Hygiene

2 Credits

Prerequisite:Admission into the Dental Hygiene Program. Corequisites:DHYG 102,DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105,DHYG 106, and DHYG 107.Introduction to the dental and dental hygiene pro- fession, including principles of infection control,instrumentation, instrument design and fundamental dental hygiene skills necessary to perform in subsequent courses. This course will have a correspon- ding lab to allow for application of principles learned in this course.

DHYG 102 Fundamentals of Dental Hygiene Clinic

2 Credits

Prerequisite:Admission into the Dental Hygiene Program. Corequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105,DHYG 106, and DHYG 107.Introduction to basic procedures used in dental hygiene practice,with primary emphasis on the techniques of instru- mentation used in performing diagnostic,preventive,and therapeutic

services. DHYG 103 Dental Radiography

2 Credits

Prerequisite:Admission into the Dental Hygiene Program. Corequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102,DHYG 104,DHYG 105,DHYG 106, and DHYG 107.Comprehensive study of the principles of ionizing radiation and application of radiographic theory in dental hygiene practice. Radiation safety for operator and patient is emphasized.

DHYG 104 Dental Anatomy

2 Credits

Prerequisite:Admission into the Dental Hygiene Program. Corequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102,DHYG 103,DHYG 105,DHYG 106, and DHYG 107.An in-depth course that focuses on the morphology, structure,and function of deciduous and permanent teeth and sur-

rounding tissues. DHYG 105 Nutrition and Oral Health

2 Credits

Prerequisite:Admission into the Dental Hygiene Program. Corequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102,DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 106, and DHYG 107.Introduction of the concepts of biochemistry and nutrition and their relationship to concepts in dentistry,health and disease and their application to the practice of dental hygiene.

DHYG 106 Oral Histology and Embryology

1 Credit

Prerequisite:Admission into the Dental Hygiene Program. Corequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102,DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105, and DHYG 107.The study of histological and embryonic develop- ment of the head,face,and hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity to

include developmental abnormalities. DHYG 107 Head and Neck Anatomy

1 Credit

Prerequisite:Admission into the Dental Hygiene Program. Corequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102,DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105, and DHYG 106.Anatomy and Physiology of the head and neck are studied with special emphasis on nerves,muscles and their attach- ments, bone structures,and functions of the oral cavity.

DHYG 109 Preventive Dentistry

1 Credit

Prerequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102, DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105, DHYG 106,and DHYG 107.Oral diseases and preventable conditions will be reviewed and evaluated in terms of their causes,assessment of individual risk factors,epidemiological distributions in populations, clinical detection,and evidence-based approaches to prevention. Preventive methods,including fluoride,sealants,mouth guards,and plaque control measures,will be discussed in terms of their utilization,

effectiveness,method of delivery,and cost. DHYG 113 Dental Radiography Clinic I

1 Credit

Prerequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102, DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105 and DHYG 106.Corequisites:DHYG 114,DHYG 120, DHYG 121 and DHYG 122.Clinical applications of principles and theories learned in DHYG 103,Dental Radiology. Exposure,processing and management

of intra and extra-oral radiographs. DHYG 114 Dental Hygiene Clinic I

5 Credits

Prerequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102, DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105, DHYG 106 and DHYG 107.Corequisites:DHYG 113,DHYG 120,DHYG 121 and DHYG 122.Patient assessment,treatment planning,writing, and communicating of dental hygiene treatment plans.The imple- mentation of various dental hygiene treatment modalities including

information pertaining to patients with special needs. DHYG 120 Pharmacology

2 Credits

Prerequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102, DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105, DHYG 106,and DHYG 107. Corequisites: DHYG 113,DHYG 114,DHYG 121,DHGY 122.A study of drugs with emphasize on the classifica- tion of drugs,their uses,actions,interactions,side effects,con- traindications and oral manifestations with emphasis on dental applications. A study of dental anesthetics is included.

DHYG 121 Medical and Dental Emergencies

1 Credit

Prerequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102, DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105,

DHYG 106,and DHYG 107.Corequisites:DHYG 113,DHYG 114,DHYG 120 and DHYG 122.The prevention,diagnosis and management of common medical emergencies in the dental setting.

DHYG 122 General Pathology

1 Credit

Prerequisites:DHYG 101,DHYG 102, DHYG 103,DHYG 104,DHYG 105, DHYG 106,and DHYG 107.Corequisites: DHYG 113,DHYG 114,DHYG 120 and DHYG 121.Principles of general pathology,oral pathology and oral medicine related to etiology,progression,recognition and treatment of pathological conditions.Course content focuses oral manifestations of systemic diseases,and pathologic identification of infectious diseases.Emphasis is placed on the importance of early recognition by the dental hygienist of abnormal oral conditions.

DHYG 201 Community and Public Health Dentistry

2 Credits

Prerequisites:DHYG 204 and DHYG 228.Corequisites:DHYG 222 and

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