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Spring 2014 DDN Courses

Dakota Digital Network (DDN) - Spring 2014
The University of South Dakota Division of Continuing Education

The Digital Dakota Network (DDN) is a statewide video communications system. DDN currently has 290 fully interactive video sites, allowing students and instructors to see and hear one another in connected K-12 classrooms, technical schools, and South Dakota Board of Regents institutions. DDN makes it possible for place-bound students to attend classes in locations that could not otherwise be served. The DDN also allows South Dakota schools to share courses, connecting with educational institutions and resources worldwide.

Students registering for DDN courses delivered to sites outside of Pierre/U971, Rapid City/U921, Sioux City/U941,Sioux Falls/U911, or Statewide/U980-U987, and new distance students not yet eligible to use WebAdvisor, register using this Online Form.

Priority Registration begins October 28, 2013
Open Registration begins November 18, 2013

For additional information about DDN courses, please contact Continuing Education at 800-233-7937 or 605-677-6240.

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DCOM 534 U971/U921/U911/U980
Augmentative & Alternative Communication

Synonym #
Pierre 93143
Rapid City 93142
Sioux Falls 93141
Statewide 00000

Credits
3

Instructor
Elizabeth Hanson

Description
Course examines the design, selection, and use of augmentation and alternative methods of communication; the populations for which they are appropriate; and issues related to the assessment and treatment of clients using AAC methods or devices.

Prerequisites
DCOM 131, DCOM 211, DCOM 212, DCOM 224, and  DCOM 331 or DCOM 733, or permission of the instructor.

Book Info
TBA.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/14

W 6-9pm CT

W 5-8pm MT

Rooms:
Pierre - TBA
Rapid City - TBA
Sioux Falls - TBA
Statewide***You may request any DDN site when registering

MICR 230 U980/U971
Basic Microbiology

Synonym #
Chamberlain 93151
Pierre 93150

Credits
3

Instructor
Amanda Gill

Description
A survey course in Microbiology designed for nursing and dental hygiene majors.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/14

W 4-6:45pm

Rooms:
Chamberlain - TBA
Pierre - TBA

PHGY 220/220L U921
Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/Lab

Synonym #
Rapid City 93153/93154 Lab

Credits
4

Instructor
Gerald McGraw

Description
Lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course. Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.

Prerequisites
“C” or better in Chem

Book Info
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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/14

M 4-7pm MT
W 4-7pm MT Lab

Rooms:
Rapid City - TBA

PHGY 230/230L U921
Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/Lab

Synonym #
Rapid City 93159/93160 Lab

Credits
4

Instructor
Gerald McGraw

Description
This course is a continuation of material covered in PHGY 220. Lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course. Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.

Prerequisites
PHGY 220 with “C” or better

Book Info
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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/14

T 4-7pm MT
R 4-7pm MT Lab

Rooms:
Rapid City - TBA

PHGY 230/230L U980/U971
Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/Lab

Synonym #
Chamberlain 93157/93158 Lab
Pierre 93155/93156 Lab
Winner 08590/08593 Lab

Credits
4

Instructor
Teresa Duncan

Description
This course is a continuation of material covered in PHGY 220. Lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course. Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.

Prerequisites
PHGY 220 with “C” or better

Book Info
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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/14

T 7-9:45pm CT
R 3:30-6:30pm CT Lab

Rooms:
Chamberlain - TBA
Pierre - TBA
Winner - TBA