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Course Information and Descriptions
ELT 271
Circuit Analysis Computer Techniques (3-0) 3 Hours
Passive and Active circuits will be analyzed using the evaluation
version of Pspice. Circuit behavior will be studied and in some cases
circuits will be modified to meet certain design criteria. DC, AC and
transient analysis will be performed as well as spectral analysis using
the Pspice FFT. This course is intended for presentation via Internet.
Required preparation: AC and DC circuit courses and one calculus
course.
ELT 272
Circuit Analysis Techniques (3-0)
3 Hours
This course is intended to introduce the student to the use of calculus
and transform techniques to circuit analysis. Solutions to first order
equations will be done with calculus. Laplace transforms will be
introduced and solutions to first and second order circuit will be
covered. Circuit solutions using phasor techniques will be reviewed
and Pspice will be used to support the class. This course is intended
for Internet presentation. Recommended preparation: AC, DC circuit
courses and one devices course including transistors.
Electronics Manufacturing (EMF)
Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division,
Room T102, (847) 543-2044
EMF 111 Electronics Math I (2-0)
2 Hours
Introduces topics in algebra, trigonometry, and problem solving
techniques as it applies to the Electronic Manufacturing Program
within an industrial setting.
EMF 112 Electronics Math II (2-0)
2 Hours
Continues the use of algebra to solve linear equations. The quadratic
equation is introduced along with right triangle trigonometry.
Prerequisite: EMF 111 (C or better)
Emergency Medical
Technology (EMT)
Biology and Health Sciences Division,
Room C140, (847) 543-2042
EMT 111 Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (5-4) 7 Hours
This course prepares students to take the licensure examination to
become an EMT-B, including classroom instruction, practical
demonstrations and testing, and clinical experience. The course is
offered at associated hospitals and fire departments in Lake County.
Prerequisite: High school diploma or GED AND College Reading
and Writing Readiness AND Basic Algebra Readiness.
Other: 18 years of age or older (at the time of licensure testing)
Course fee
258
EMT 114 Paramedic Clinical Practicum (0-16)
3 Hours
This course consists of approximately 250 hours of supervised, inhospital, clinical experience and is offered at associated hospitals in
Lake County.
Corequisites: EMT 131 and EMT 115
EMT 115
Paramedic Field Experience
Practicum (0-16)
3 Hours
This course prepares students to take the licensing examination to
become an EMT- Paramedic. The course consists of approximately
250 hours of supervised, ambulance, pre-hospital patient care
experience which includes basic and advanced life support,
observation and participation in patient assessment, management,
immobilization, transport with ongoing assessment and treatment,
and communication skills. Students are required to participate in a
specific number of calls and/or hours on duty, depending on the
agency, which may require more than the listed number of clinic
hours. The course is offered at associated hospitals in Lake County.
Corequisites: EMT 131 and EMT 114
EMT 131
Introduction to Advanced
Pre-hospital Care (3.5-1)
4 Hours
This is the first of five courses in Advanced Pre-hospital Care which
prepare students to take the licensure examination to become EMTParamedics. Each course consists of classroom instruction and
practical skills demonstration and testing. This introductory course
will address the fundamentals of paramedic practice, including
pathophysiology, pharmacology, medication administration and
advanced airway management. The course is offered at associated
hospitals in Lake County. This course is an approved program by the
IDPH under the guidelines of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Prerequisite: BIO 111 OR BIO 124 OR BIO 244 and 245 (all C or
better) and current Illinois licensure as an EMT-B or EMT-I
Corequisite: EMT 114 and 115 and current CPR certification (Health
Care Provider Level: American Heart Assc or American Red Cross)
EMT 132 Patient Assessment (1.5-1)
2 Hours
This is the second of five courses in Advanced Pre-hospital Care
which prepare students to take the licensure examination to become
EMT-Paramedics. Each course consists of classroom instruction and
practical skills demonstration and testing. This course builds on
assessment skills of the basic EMT with special emphasis on
advanced patient assessment at the scene. It includes classroom
instruction and practical skills demonstration and testing. The course
is offered at associated hospitals in Lake County. This course is an
approved program by the IDPH under the guidelines of the U.S.
Department of Transportation.
Corequisite: EMT 131
EMT 133 Medical Emergencies (4.5-1)
5 Hours
This is the third of five courses in Advanced Pre-hospital Care which
prepare students to take the licensure examination to become EMTParamedics. Each course consists of classroom instruction and
practical skills demonstration and testing. This course will teach the
student how to identify and treat many of the medical emergencies
likely to be encountered in the pre-hospital setting, including topics
in pulmonology, cardiology, infectious diseases, and behavioral
disorders. It includes classroom instruction and practical skills
demonstration and testing. The course is offered at associated
hospitals in Lake County. This course is an approved program by the
IDPH under the guidelines of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Prerequisite: EMT 132 (C or better)