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Basic Mathematics | MATH | 106

Topics include fundamental operations fractions and decimals, percents, ratios, and proportions. All students who enroll in this course are expected to complete MATH 0409 in the following consecutive semester before attempting either MATH 0312 or MATH 1332. A comprehensive Departmental Final Exam will be given in this course.

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Basic Men's Tailoring | FSHN | 1329

An introduction to tailoring men?s structured apparel including fundamentals of sewing machine operations, fabric preparation and cutting, machine and hand sewing techniques, and pressing proficiency including instruction in pattern and alterations, assembling men?s jackets, vests and pants, and fitting and alterations procedures.

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Basic Milling Operations | MCHN | 1313

An introduction to the common types of milling machines, part nomenclature, basic machine operations and procedures, safety, machine mathematics, blueprint reading, and theory. Prerequisite Classes introduced include TECM 1301 Industrial Mathematics, MCHN 1302 Blueprint Reading for Machine Trades, and MCHN 1338 Basic Machine Shop.

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Basic Nursing Skills | VNSG | 1423

Mastery of entry level nursing skills and competencies for a variety of health care settings. Utilization of the nursing process as the foundation for all nursing interventions.

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Basic Patient Care Skills | PTHA | 1405

Introduction to the theory and application of basic patient handling, functional skills, assessment techniques, and measurement techniques. The student will distinguish and examine the theory, principles, and techniques of patient handling and functional skills; perform basic patient handling, functional skills, assessment techniques, and measurement techniques; and utilize relevant communication techniques.

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Basic Peace Officer III | CJLE | 1518

Basic preparation for a new peace officer. Covers laws pertaining to controlled substances, crowd management, personal property, and crime scene investigation. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer I, II, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Academy.

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Basic Peace Officer I | CJLE | 1006

Introduction to fitness and wellness, History, Civilization, of policing, professionalism and ethics, United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, criminal justice system, Texas Penal Code, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, civil process, and stress management. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer II, III, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Training Academy.

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Basic Peace Officer I | CJLE | 1506

Introduction to fitness and wellness, History, Civilization, of policing, professionalism and ethics, United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, criminal justice system, Texas Penal Code, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, civil process, and stress management. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer II, III, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Training Academy.

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Basic Peace Officer II | CJLE | 1012

Basic preparation for a new peace officer. Covers field note taking, report writing, ?use of force? law and concepts, problem solving, multiculturalism, professional policing approaches, patrol procedures, victims of crime, family violence, MHMR, crowd management, HAZMAT, and criminal investigation. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer I, III, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Academy.

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Basic Peace Officer II | CJLE | 1512

Basic preparation for a new peace officer. Covers field note taking, report writing, use of force? law and concepts, problem solving, multiculturalism, professional policing approaches, patrol procedures, victims of crime, family violence, MHMR, crowd management, HAZMAT, and criminal investigation. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer I, III, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Academy.

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