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behavior in the affective domain. Knowledge from the cognitive domain gained last semester is also used as a foundation on which to build skills in the psychomotor domain. This is accomplished by

scanning actual patients under controlled conditions. DMSI 150 Vascular Sonography II and Lab

4 Credits

Prerequisites: DMSI 110.This course will continue to build on the principles learned in Vascular Sonography I.There will be a study of the upper and lower peripheral arterial system to include the anato- my, physiology,and pathology.

DMSI 201 Ultrasound Physics II

3 Credits

Prerequisite:DMSI 101.Designed to build on basic fundamentals of ultrasound physics.The principles of Doppler,Color flow,3D,and 4D

ultrasound are presented. DMSI 202 Abdominal Sonography II

3 Credits

Prerequisites:DMSI 102.This course is a continuation of abdominal organs covered in Abdominal Sonography I.The urinary system, splenic,major vascular systems as well as the small part systems such as thyroid,breast,scrotum and musculoskeletal systems will be covered in this course.Pathology and the effects of different types of pathology as well as the sonographic appearance of organs affected

will be discussed. DMSI 203 OB/Gyn Sonography II

3 Credits

Prerequisite:DMSI 103.Course will continue to build on the knowl- edge acquired in OB/Gyn Sonography I along with learning patho- logic indications. Covers 2nd and 3rd trimester obstetric scanning.

DMSI 204 Vascular Imaging II

3 Credits

Prerequisite:One year prior experience in the area of study.This course will uild upon concepts and studies of Vascular Imaging I and include focus on the performance and interpretation of noninvasive ultrasound vascular studies.Topics of study will include anatomy, physiology, hemodynamics of the vascular system,direct and indi- rect testing methods,B-Mode imaging,pulsed Doppler,spectral analysis,color flow Doppler,and preliminary interpretation. The anatomy,physiology,and pathology of the arterial and venous sys- tems, concentrating on upper an dlower extremity venous studies, and abdominal vascular studies,and the imaging protocols and

techniques for these systems will be covered. DMSI 205 General Sonography Clinical III

3 Credits

Prerequisites:DMSI 113.Content and clinical practice experience shall be assigned for sequential development,application,critical analysis,and evaluation of concepts and theories in the perform- ance of general sonographic procedures.Through structured, sequential,competency based assignments in the clinical setting concepts of team work and patient care centered clinical practice and professional development will be examined and evaluated. Clinical practices are designed to provide the student with patient

care and general sonographic exam experiences.

DMSI 206 General Sonography Clinical IV

3 Credits

Prerequisites:DMSI 205.Content and clinical practice experience shall be assigned for sequential development,application,critical analysis,and evaluation of concepts and theories in the perform- ance of general sonographic procedures.Through structured, sequential,competency based assignments in the clinical setting concepts of team work and patient care centered clinical practice and professional development will be examined and evaluated. Clinical practices are designed to provide the student with patient

care and general sonographic exam experiences. DMSI 210 Vascular Sonography III and Lab

4 Credits

Prerequisites: DMSI 150.This course is a continuation of all of the principles and applications learned in Vascular Sonography I and II. Studies will include the upper and lower peripheral venous systems and the abdominal vascular system.These studies will include

anatomy,physiology and pathology of these systems. DMSI 214 Vascular Sonography Clinical III

3 Credits

Prerequisites:DMSI 116.This is the third of four rotations through various clinical sites to allow the student to acquire competency in the field of vascular sonography. The student is required to use the knowledge acquired in the cognitive domain to display appropriate behavior in the affective domain. Knowledge from the cognitive domain gained last semester is also used as a foundation on which to build skills in the psychomotor domain. This is accomplished by

scanning actual patients under controlled conditions. DMSI 216 Vascular Sonography Clinical IV

3 Credits

Prerequisites:DMSI 214.This is the last of four rotations through var- ious clinical sites to allow the student to acquire competency in the field of vascular sonography. The student is required to use the knowledge acquired in the cognitive domain to display appropriate behavior in the affective domain. Knowledge from the cognitive domain gained last semester is also used as a foundation on which to build skills in the psychomotor domain. This is accomplished by scanning actual patients under controlled conditions.

DMSI 295 Sonography Exam Review

3 Credits

Prerequisites:All previous General sonography courses.Review of concepts and principles taught throughout the general sonography program to include emphasis on physics and anatomy and pathology. Mock examinations given in preparation for registry examinations through the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and/or the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

ECED 100 Introduction to Early Childhood

3 Credits

Education Prerequisites:None.Entry level course for Early Care and Education teachers.Provides an overview of the history,theory,and founda-

tions of early childhood education as well as exposure to types of programs,curricula and services available to young children. Opportunities to explore a variety of opportunities in the field through lecture,activities,and classroom observations.

ECED 101 Health, Safety, and Nutrition

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Examines basic principles of child development, Developmentally Appropriate Practices (DAP),importance of family, licensing,and elements of quality care of young children with an emphasis on the learning environment related to health,safety,and

nutrition.Entry-level course for early care and education teachers.

ECED 103 Curriculum in Early Childhood Classroom

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Entry level course for Early Care and Education teachers.Examines developmentally appropriate environments and activities in various childcare settings.Explores the varying develop- mental levels and cultural backgrounds of children.

ECED 105 CDA Process

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Program Chair Approval.Prepares the student for the verification process for the Child Development Associate (CDA) cre- dential. Students are provided opportunities for practical experience through supervised participation in early care and education settings.

ECED 107 Introduction to Teaching

3 Credits

Prerequisites: None.An introductory course which explores philo- sophical and historical foundations of the American educational sys- tem. Examines the ecological factors that impact the classroom. Defines the characteristics of the competent teacher.Provides opportunities for observations,hands on learning experiences and

volunteer service.

ECED 110 Infant/Toddler Growth and Development

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025 and ENGL 032.Studies the physical,social,emotional,cognitive,and language development of infants and toddlers from conception through age three.Examines the crucial role of brain development and ecological systems during the first three years.Responsive care by adults is rec- ognized as crucial to the development of the infants and toddlers.

Quality child care is defined.

ECED 111 Environments for Infants and Toddlers

3 Credits

Prerequisites: None.Examines physical,human and time environ- mental factors essential for providing quality early care and educa- tion. Discovers and assesses the various settings for infants and toddlers from the perspectives of quality and family issues.Adult- child relationships and adult-adult relationships within the envi- ronments are explored.Community resources and child advocacy efforts are examined.

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