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  • Electronics Engineering Tech. Wireless - Associate Degree - Day - Guilford Technical Community College
    Events view all ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY WIRELESS OPTION Associate of Applied Science Greensboro Day Option Advising Code A40200 A2 DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT for MAT 121 090 RED 090 ENG CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra EGR 125 Appl Software for Tech 2 EGR 131 Introduction to Electronics 2 ELC 131 DC AC Circuit Analysis 5 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 MAT 121 Algebra Trig I 3 Social Behavior Science 3 Spring Semester I ELN 131 Electronic Devices 4 ELN 133 Digital Electronics 4 ENG 114 Prof Research Report 3 MAT 122 Algebra Trig II 3 PHY 131 Physics Mechanics 4 Summer Term I ELN 132 Linear IC Applications 4 CET 222 Computer Architecture 2 Fall Semester II ELN 232 Introduction to Microprocessors 4 ELN 234 Communication Systems 4 MAT 223 Applied Calculus 3 COM 231 Public Speaking or 3 COM 120 Intro to Interpersonal Communication 3 Technical Elective 1 4 Spring Semester II Humanities Fine Arts 3 CSC 139 Visual Basic Programming 3 EGR 285 Design Project 2 ELN 249 Digital Communication 3 ELN 236 Fiber Optics and Lasers 4 Technical Elective

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  • Electronics Engineering Tech. Wireless - Associate Degree - Evening - Guilford Technical Community College
    of Applied Science Greensboro Evening Option Advising Code A40200 A2 DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT for MAT 121 090 RED 090 ENG CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra EGR 125 Appl Software for Tech 2 ELC 131 DC AC Circuit Analysis 5 MAT 121 Algebra Trig I 3 Spring Semester I EGR 131 Introduction to Electronics 2 ELN 131 Electronic Devices 4 MAT 122 Algebra Trig II 3 Summer Term I ELN 132 Linear IC Applications 4 Fall Semester II PHY 131 Physics Mechanics 4 MAT 223 Applied Calculus 3 Spring Semester II ELN 133 Digital Electronics 4 Technical Elective 1 4 Summer Term II CET 222 Computer Architecture 2 Fall Semester III ELN 234 Communication Systems 4 ELN 232 Introduction to Microprocessors 4 Spring Semester III ELN 236 Fiber Optics and Lasers 4 ELN 249 Digital Communication 3 Summer Term III Technical Elective 1 4 Fall Semester IV ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 Humanities Fine Arts 3 Social Behavior Science 3 COM 231 Public Speaking or 3 COM 120 Intro to Interpersonal Communication 3 Spring Semester IV EGR 285 Design Project 2 CSC

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  • Guilford Technical Community College | Listing of Programs - Guilford Technical Community College
    Trustees Name New Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all Details The Emergency Medical Science curriculum is designed to prepare graduates to enter the workforce as paramedics Graduates earn an Associate in Applied Science degree The course of study provides the student an opportunity to acquire basic and advanced life support knowledge and skills through classroom instruction practical laboratory sessions hospital clinical experience and field internships with emergency medical service agencies This limited enrollment curriculum program is designed to be completed in as little as five full time semesters fall spring summer fall spring with an average class schedule of four days a week Students progressing through the program will be eligible to apply for both state and national certification exams Employment opportunities include ambulance services fire and rescue agencies air medical services specialty areas of hospitals industry educational institutions and government agencies Awards Associate in Applied Science Program Outcomes At the successful completion of the Emergency Medical Science program the graduate should be able to Follow appropriate infection control procedures Perform rapid systematic patient assessment and determine appropriate treatment Provide care at the basic and advanced life support level Participate in rescue and

    Original URL path: http://wwwbeta.gtcc.edu/programs-of-study/emergency-medical-science.aspx (2013-06-13)
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  • GTCC: Programs: Emergency Medical Science: EMS Student Association - Guilford Technical Community College
    Hits 15 043 March 15 GTCC Trustees Name New Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all EMS Student Association The Emergency Medical Science Students Association is made up of all the first and second year Emergency Medical Science curriculum students at Guilford Technical Community College The EMSSA was established in 1976 at the same time the EMS two year degree program was launched at GTCC More than six hundred paramedics and other public safety professionals have been EMSSA members over the years The EMSSA is very active in support of EMS education The members provide all of the logistical support for the EMT competition at the Health Occupations Students of America HOSA annual state conference The EMSSA students themselves design the scenario exercise act as victims and create the injury make up They work in similar support roles at the annual Paramedic Competition hosted by the North Carolina Office of EMS The EMSSA and the EMS program at GTCC provide similar support for multi agency medical response exercises such as the Guardian Angel crash fire rescue exercises held at Piedmont Triad International Airport EMSSA members take part as victims make up artists and coaches for other participants The efforts of the EMSSA members also make it possible for GTCC to host the National Registry of EMTs certification exam every year The EMSSA supports community outreach activities such as working with the American Red Cross to staff first aid stations at the NC Special Olympics Students donate time to fund raising events in the community such as the Oak Ridge Fire Department s annual barbeque suppers and most recently Make A Wish Foundation walk a thons They also support educational programs in area high schools The EMSSA receives no official funding from the EMS program

    Original URL path: http://wwwbeta.gtcc.edu/programs-of-study/emergency-medical-science/ems-student-association.aspx (2013-06-13)
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  • GTCC: Programs: Emergency Medical Science: Policy - Guilford Technical Community College
    a student the suspension can be extended until the campus disciplinary officer resolves the matter or if the student was arrested until the matter is resolved in the courts Top of Page Sanctions The disciplinary officer can impose sanctions which include Interim suspension being excluded from class or privileges until a decision is made Reprimand written notice that any other offense will carry heavier penalties General probation the student must be willing to follow college rules without another penalty and if the student errs again further action will be taken Restrictive probation the student loses good standing and the disciplinary action is recorded The student will not be eligible for initiation into local or national organizations cannot receive any college award or honorary recognition and cannot hold leadership positions in any campus organization A violation by the student will mean immediate suspension Suspension the student is excluded from classes and other privileges or activities Expulsion a student is dismissed from campus for an indefinite period Only the president can readmit a student who has been expelled Restitution the student must pay for damage to property Loss of academic credit or grade imposed for academic dishonesty and may result in other sanctions Withholding a transcript diploma degree certification or right to register or participate in graduation ceremonies Top of Page Grievances If you have a complaint and there is no specific grievance or review process you can discuss the complaint with the supervisor of the function or department where you think the wrong occurred If you disagree with that outcome you can appeal in writing within five school days to the supervisor of the person you discussed the complaint with You must use a Student Grievance form which is available from division chairs department chairs the Dean of Student Support Services or the campus disciplinary officer The supervisor will make a written decision within 10 days Top of Page Electronic Devices The use of cell phones pagers or other two way devices by students is not permitted in the classroom They can be used outside of the classroom during break periods only Please remember to turn these devices off or to silent mode while in the classroom If your device interrupts class at anytime you will be asked to leave and you will be counted absent and possibly dropped from class Top of Page Dress Code Your clothes must comply with health and safety regulations and you must dress appropriately for your program You will be required to bend stoop lift from the ground crawl lay on the ground carry stretchers other patient carrying device up down stairs or inclines Your clothing and footwear should be appropriate for accomplishing these skills Therefore any footwear deemed unsafe by the instructors may be prohibited in the lab These include but are not limited to sandals flip flops high heels clogs You may not enter the lab barefoot Any clothing that is deemed unsafe or that unduly exposes the student may be prohibited by

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  • GTCC: Programs: Emergency Medical Science: FAQs - Guilford Technical Community College
    assistance Good vision and hearing are required for many tasks that paramedics do every day Is the EMS program a degree program or a certificate program The EMS program at GTCC is a degree program In addition to the core EMS courses those with an EMS prefix in the course number students must complete a minimum of nineteen credit hours in general education courses those courses are specified in the program of study published in the GTCC catalog Graduates earn an Associate in Applied Science A A S degree in Emergency Medical Science How long is the EMS program If you enter in the Fall semester of 2010 or later and go full time you can complete the program in five semesters approximately 22 months Because most of the courses are offered only once a year and must be taken in sequence it is not possible to complete the program requirements in fewer than five semesters Some students go part time for a portion of the program and complete the degree requirements in three years How often is the EMS program offered A new cohort starts each fall semester How many credits is the EMS program Completion of the program requires a minimum of 69 credit hours How much does the EMS program cost Current in state tuition is 50 credit hour with a maximum of 800 semester With books fees and uniform costs the five semester program costs approximately 4800 This does not include individual costs that you may incur such as travel food child care etc Where is the EMS program offered All of the core courses are held at the Jamestown campus Hospital clinical sessions are held at area hospitals in Greensboro and High Point Field internship sessions are held at various EMS bases in several area counties How are EMS classes scheduled The classroom lab classes on the Jamestown campus are scheduled 2 3 days a week The times and days of the classes vary from semester to semester Hospital clinical sessions are scheduled on average once a week Field internship schedules are based on your preceptor s work schedule A faculty member can explain this in more detail if you like What are the hours of the classes Most of the classes are scheduled in 2 3 hour blocks Some labs are scheduled in 4 hour blocks Classroom lab courses on the Jamestown campus are normally scheduled between 8 00 AM and 6 00 PM Can I work a full time job while I am in school Since the weekly commitment to coursework is as much as five days a week working a traditional full time schedule is almost impossible Many students work part time jobs while in school The thing to remember is every student is expected to accomplish the same learning outcomes and meet the same schedule commitments attendance etc regardless of their work situation Do paramedic students work on an ambulance while they are in school Each student rides an ambulance with

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  • GTCC: Programs: Emergency Medical Science: Contact Us - Guilford Technical Community College
    Program Option Emergency Medical Science Contact Us Headlines GTCC Enrollment Hits 15 043 March 15 GTCC Trustees Name New Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all Contact Us Address Guilford Technical Community College 601 High Point Rd Public Safety Building Jamestown NC 27282 EMT Lab Room 215 225 Staff David Reeves EMS Department Chair Greensboro 336 334 4822 ext 2289 High Point 336 555

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  • Emergency Medical Science - Associate Degree - Guilford Technical Community College
    Emergency Medical Science Associate of Applied Science Jamestown Day Advising Code A45340 Limited Enrollment Program Contact the Enrollment Services Office for program admission requirements and program application deadlines NOTE Students must be formally accepted to the EMS program by the Enrollment Services Office before EMS Code Classes can be taken DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT 090 RED 090 ENG CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra EMS 110 EMT Basic 7 EMS 150 Vehicle Ops EMS Communication 2 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 BIO 163 Applied Anatomy and Physiology or 5 BIO 165 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 Spring Semester I BIO 166 Anatomy and Physiology II 4 EMS 120 Intermediate Intervention 3 EMS 121 Clinical Practicum I 2 EMS 130 Pharmacology I for EMS 2 EMS 131 Advanced Airway Management 2 ENG 112 Argument Based Research or 3 ENG 114 Professional Research and Reporting 3 Summer Term I EMS 210 Advanced Patient Assessment 2 EMS 220 Cardiology 4 EMS 221 Clinical Practicum II 3 Fall Semester II EMS 140 Rescue Scene Management 2 EMS 230 Pharmacology II 2 EMS 231 Clinical Practicum III 3

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