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Accounting

ACCT S121 Introduction to Accounting I
3 credits (3+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 37.5 hours (100% Lecture)
Covers the fundamentals of accounting using a service business to illustrate the analysis of business transactions, journalizing, posting and preparation of trial balances and financial statements. Adjusting entries, closing procedures and payroll are introduced. Beginning Fall 1996, ACCT S121 and S122 together will satisfy the ACCT S201 requirement.

ACCT S122 Introduction to Accounting II 
3 credits (3+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 37.5 hours (100% Lecture)
Continuation of fundamental accounting principles. Covers accounting for receivables, uncollectible accounts, inventories, fixed assets, and intangible assets. Accounting for partnerships and an overview of corporate stock transactions are covered. Provides an introduction to cash flow statements and ratio analysis. ACCT S121 and S122 together satisfy ACCT S201. Prerequisite: ACCT S121.

Automotive Technology

AUTO S102 Introduction to Automotive Technology
3 credits (2+2)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 50 hours (50% Lecture and 50% Lab)
Introduction to all components on an automobile. Includes career information for the automotive industry, shop safety, hand tools, fasteners, and basic automotive service.

AUTO S121 Auto Electrical I
3 credits (2+2)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 50 hours (50% Lecture and 50% Lab)
Fundamental electrical theory for the automotive technician. Diagnosis and repair of starting and charging systems. Corequisite: AUTO S102

AUTO S152 Brake Systems 
4 credits (2+4)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 75 hours (33% Lecture and 66% Lab)
Theory, diagnosis, and repair of automotive brake systems. Corequisite: AUTO S121.

Computer Information Systems

CIOS S105 Computer Literacy
3 credits (3+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 37.5 hours (100% Lecture)
Introduces computer literacy based on national IC3 standards. Topics include computer concepts, file management, basic editing and formatting functions in common software applications, basic troubleshooting for computer hardware and software, current electronic communication tools, Internet research strategies, network terminology and components.

Construction Trades

CT S100 Woodworking I 
3 credits (1+4)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 62.5 hours (20% Lecture and 80% Lab)
Introduction to woodworking and woodworking machines; project construction and general finishing procedures.

CT S120 Basic Construction Techniques
3 credits (2+2)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 50 hours (50% Lecture and 50% Lab)
Overview of construction hand and power tool usage, building procedures and codes, job and site planning, layout, foundation, floor wall, and roof framing methods, utilizing current construction practices.

CT S155 Woodworking II
3 credits (1+4)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 62.5 hours (20% Lecture and 80% Lab)
Special methods in wood construction and wood finishing, emphasizing furniture and precision woodcraft. Prerequisite: CT S100

CT S170 Residential Design, Codes and Standards
3 credits (3+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 37.5 hours (100% Lecture)
Covers basic architectural drafting and residential design. Students will learn to read a set of house plans, complete a conceptual design for a house following current International Residential Codes, will understand standard building practices for a cold maritime climate, and will be aware of green building practices.

CT S175 Introduction to AutoCAD
3 credits (2+2)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 50 hours (50% Lecture and 50% Lab)
An introduction to Computer Aided Design and Drafting using the industrial standard AutoCAD software. Includes the basics of computer hardware and software, computer skills required for creating and editing drawings.

CT S222 Building Construction I
3 credits (2+2)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 50 hours (50% Lecture and 50% Lab)
Skill development in contemporary methods of building construction. Prerequisite: CT S120.

CT S223 Building Construction II 
3 credits (2+2)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 50 hours (50% Lecture and 50% Lab)
Advanced skill development in interior and exterior finish carpentry and cabinet making. Prerequisite: CT S120.

Education

ED S122 Introduction to Education
3 credits (3+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 37.5 hours (100% Lecture)
This course serves as a general introduction to careers in P-12 education in Alaska and the nation. Topics include: motivations for becoming an educator; personal learning styles; values, beliefs, and ethics as they relate to teaching; human development and developmentally appropriate practice; educational careers and professional organizations; teacher certification requirements; diversity issues; historical perspectives; laws and policies governing education at the local, state, and federal levels; rural and urban schooling; school curricula; and effective teaching.

Fish Technology

FT S110 Fundamentals of Fisheries Oceanography
3 credits (3+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 37.5 hours (100% Lecture)
An overview of the ocean environment with emphasis on processes that support fisheries productivity. Introduces fundamental concepts and principles of oceanography including major geological, chemical, physical and processes that occur in the world’s oceans. Concepts will be presented in light of the interrelatedness of these disciplines and how they shape marine productivity. Human uses of fisheries and current issues in oceanography will be addressed.

FT S122 Fin Fish Culture I 
3 credits (3+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 37.5 hours (100% Lecture)
The first course of a two semester sequence which introduces students to the principles, concepts and methods used in the production of Pacific Salmon with an emphasis on modern fish culture techniques used by Alaskan producers. The course will cover all aspects of fry and smolt production. Topics include water quality, brood stock management, egg collection and incubation, egg and live fish transport, fresh and saltwater rearing techniques, feeding practices, growth, record keeping and fish health management.

FT S222 Fin Fish Culture II 
3 credits (3+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 37.5 hours (100% Lecture)
The second course of a two semester sequence which introduces students to the principles, concepts and methods used in the production of Pacific salmon with an emphasis on modern fish culture techniques used by Alaska producers. Methods used to enhance and rehabitate the five species of Pacific salmon harvested in the commercial, sport and subsistence fisheries of Alaska and Northwestern United States will be covered in detail. Provides students with understanding of regulations and guidelines established by the state of Alaska to administer salmon enhancement programs through private non-profit aquaculture association. Prerequisite: FT S122

Health Sciences

HS S101 Introduction to Health Sciences
3 credits (3+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 37.5 hours (100% Lecture)
Provides a description of health care professions and the interdisciplinary team, job responsibilities, educational and licensing requirements, employment trends, and salary ranges for health related careers. Students will have an exposure to the history and development of health care in Alaska and the United States. Health care issues will be examined with an emphasis on ethics and cultural diversity. The principles of critical thinking will be introduced and communication skills will be promoted through collaborative discussion, presentation, and projects.

HS S102 Fundamentals of CPR and First Aid 
1 credit (1+0)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 12.5 hours (100% Lecture)
Cross-listed as JUST S102. Basic CPR techniques and First Aid for controlling bleeding, shock, seizures, obstructed airway/choking, hot and cold-related emergencies, and diabetic crisis. Signs and symptoms of stroke and heart attack are reviewed, as is use of A.E.D. Safety and prevention practices are discussed. The course meets certification requirements for child care providers, outdoor guides, lifeguards, home health aides, group homes, and certified nurse aids. Course materials are derived from American Safety and Health Institute and American Heart Association guidelines

HS S105 Certified Nurse Aide Training 
9 credits (6+6)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 150 hours (50% Lecture and 50% Lab)
Trains students in basic skills needed to assist nurses and to be efficient health care team members. Successful students qualify to sit for the Alaska State Nurse Aide certification exam. Minimum 75 lecture hours and 80 lab/practicum hours. Prerequisite: Instructor approval and completed application with criminal background check, health examination, current TB test and immunizations.

HS S118 Emergency Trauma Technician –First Responder 
3 credits (2+2)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 50 hours (50% Lecture and 50% Lab)
Designed specifically for Alaskan conditions and needs, addressing environmental problems such as hypothermia as well as first aid. Prepares students to deal with emergencies: ensure scene safety, provide patient care and transport, document incident. For non-medical workers in construction, logging, mining, law enforcement, ski patrol and other occupations where emergency care may be needed.

HS S119 Emergency Medical Technician I 
6 credits (6+2)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 100 hours (75% Lecture and 25% Lab)
Training to provide assessment of and basic care for persons with medical emergency in pre-hospital settings. Conditions include acute trauma, pulmonary arrest, wounds, cardiac arrest, shock, fractures, and childbirth. Techniques are presented for lifting and moving the sick and injured. Course provides for State of Alaska EMS requirement of 120 contact hours (min.) Proof of current CPR certification (instructor approved), or concurrent enrollment in HS S102.

HS S135 Medical Terminology
3 credits (3+0)
Cross-listed as HIM S135.
An introduction to root forms, prefixes and suffixes, and medical abbreviations. Focus is on terminology of body systems related to symptomatology, diseases and treatment. Prerequisite: Placement at ENGL S110 or higher

Welding

WELD S120 Basic Welding 
3 credits (1+4)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 62.5 hours (20% Lecture and 80% Lab)
A beginning level course covering the fundamentals of oxyacetylene welding, brazing and cutting, and electric arc welding. Emphasis in flat and horizontal welding positions on mild steel using a variety of welding rods and techniques.

WELD S175 Selected Topics in Advanced Welding
3 credits (1+4)
Minimum Clock Hours Required = 62.5 hours (20% Lecture and 80% Lab)
Designed for advanced welders to further their skills in one or more processes and levels. Topics may include aluminum welding, sheet metal welding, shield metal arc welding, pipe welding, flux-core arc welding, or other to be announced. May be repeated for credit when content varies. Prerequisite: WELD S120 or instructor permission. content varies. Prerequisite: WELD S120 or instructor permission.

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Physical Address: Technical Education Center, 1415 Harbor Way, Juneau, AK 99801.
Mailing Address: University of Alaska Southeast, 11120 Glacier Highway, Juneau, AK 99801

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