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Course Information and Descriptions
DNC 240 The Art of Dance (3-0)
3 Hours
This course introduces students to an interdisciplinary, multicultural
study of the art of dance. Combining an historical framework with
various dance genres and a study of stylistic movement, the course
introduces ancient and modern trends; a variety of genres, including
ballet, modern, jazz, kabuki, court, and video; psychological and
philosophical aspects of movement; and the work of selected
choreographers. Students will examine cross-cultural and historical
views of a variety of theatrical and non-theatrical dance forms and
investigate the numerous ways that dance functions in different
societies. Students will attend live dance performances and
demonstrate the ability to contextualize their views within the
framework of the course content. Students will also move from the
study of history and the creative process of dance to the role of a
member of the dance audience and dance critic.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
IAI: F1 906
DNC 241 Intermediate Hip Hop (3-0)
3 Hours
This course is designed for students continuing beyond the
fundamentals of hip hop dance, and with an interest in developing
more advanced skills in hip hop technique. Intermediate hip hop is
designed to expand the kinesthetic intelligence and cultural
knowledge of hip hop as an art form. The course will introduce
students to theories of how commercialization and globalization have
impacted the evolution of hip hop across the world.
Prerequisite: DNC 141 (C or better)
DNC 242 Intermediate Capoeira (3-0)
3 Hours
his course is designed for students continuing beyond the
fundamentals of beginning Capoeira, and with an interest in
developing more advanced skills in Capoeira technique. Intermediate
Capoeira is designed to expand the kinesthetic intelligence and
cultural knowledge of Capoeira as an art form. The course will
introduce students to the developments of contemporary Capoeira
and Capoeiristas who have made significant contributions to the
development of Capoeira world-wide.
Prerequisite: DNC 142 (C or better)
Dental Hygiene (DHY)
Biological and Health Sciences Division,
Room C140, (847) 543-2042
DHY 111
Preclinic Theory and Practice
of Dental Hygiene (2-0)
2 Hours
This course provides students with an introduction to the knowledge
and skills to control and prevent dental disease. Principles of disease
transmission, infection control, patient assessment, treatment
planning and fundamental instrumentation will be presented.
Prerequisites: BIO 244 and BIO 245 (both C or better) AND
Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program
Course fee
244
DHY 112
Theory and Practice
2 Hours
of Dental Hygiene I (2-0)
This course is a continuation of DHY 111. The principles and
procedures will be systematically presented through lectures, reading
assignments and case-based activities. Emphasis will be placed on
infectious diseases, patient assessment and treatment planning
through case studies, instrument sharpening, ultrasonic scaling,
fluoride supplements, advanced instrumentation and medical
emergencies.
Prerequisites: BIO 246, DHY 113, DHY 115, DHY 117, DHY 171
(all C or better)
Course fee
DHY 113 Pre-Clinical Dental Hygiene (0-6)
2 Hours
This course provides clinical practice in fundamental dental hygiene
and instrumentation skills on manikin (typodont) models and student
partners.
Corequisite: DHY 111
Course fee
DHY 114 Clinical Dental Hygiene I (0-8)
2 Hours
This course is a transition from the pre-clinic setting to beginning
dental hygiene patient care. It is an orientation to clinic policies,
procedures, and protocols as well as an opportunity to apply preclinical skills to patient care.
Corequisite: DHY 112
Course fee
DHY 115 Head and Neck Anatomy (2-0)
2 Hours
This course includes detailed study of the anatomy of the head and
neck with special emphasis on the human skeletal, muscular,
glandular, circulatory, nervous and epithelial structures of the head
and neck.
Corequisite: DHY 111
Course fee
DHY 116 Dental Radiology I (2-3)
3 Hours
This course provides the basic fundamentals of radiology. Theory in
radiation physics, safety and biological effects of ionizing radiation
will be introduced. The laboratory portion of the course introduces
intraoral and extraoral exposure techniques, processing, mounting,
edentulous radiography, digital radiography and fundamental
interpretation of dental radiographs.
Corequisite: DHY 112
Course fee
DHY 117 Dental Anatomy (1-2)
2 Hours
This course introduces the students to terminology relating to
anatomic structures of the oral cavity. Special emphasis is placed on
the teeth and root morphology of both primary and permanent teeth
and occlusal classification.
Corequisite: DHY 111
Course fee
DHY 119 Nutrition and Biochemistry (2-0)
2 Hours
The course provides the students with a foundation of the
fundamental principles of oral biochemistry, and biochemistry.
Emphasis will be placed on nutrition and the effects of nutrition on
the oral cavity and supporting structures of the teeth, and assessment
of patient’s nutritional needs.
Corequisite: DHY 112
Course fee