|ADP 101||Introduction to Activity Director Profession||45 clock hours|
This course deals with the profession of Activity Director and also covers the history & evolution of the profession, including the Role & functions, Education, Training, professional organizations and Certification.
|ADP 102||Activity Director – Module-1||45 clock hours|
The Module-1 includes the Aging Process, physical & psychological, including death & dying
|ADP 103||Activity Director – Module-2||45 clock hours|
The Module-2 includes the Activities, creating, evaluating & implementing programs
|ADP 104||Activity Director – Module-3||45 clock hours|
The Module-3 includes the laws impacting elderly & healthcare, including documentation required
|ADP 105||Activity Director – Module-4||45 clock hours|
The Module-4 includes the patient care, including mental health (Alzheimer, Dementia)
|ADP 106||Activity Director – Module-5||45 clock hours|
The Module-5 includes the documentation required, reporting & coordinating all facilities, treatment, activities, etc.
|ADP 200||Independent Studies in Activity Director Profession||45 clock hours|
Under the guidance of a faculty member, the student conducts a independent study on a subject or theory within the field of Activity Director. Approval of the school before the study begins and a paperat the end is required for credit
|BIO 101||Introduction to Human Biology||45 clock hours|
The course focuses on human cell, tissue and organ system function., with an emphasis on a systems approach to human health and disease.
|BIO 201||Fundamentals of Microbiology||45 clock hours|
This introductory course in microbiology covers the concepts of microorganism, particularly bacteria, viruses, fungi, helminthes & protozoa, including the history, morphology & physiology of microorganism, the role in disease process, epidemiology, immunology and control measures.
|BIO 250||Microbiology of Health & Disease||45 clock hours|
The course covers the general nature and behavior of microbes, normal flora, infectious process, causative agents of disease, host-parasite relationship, modes of transmission & development of immunity.
|CHE 101||General Chemistry||45 clock hours|
The introductory course in chemistry includes both inorganic & organic chemistry. Study of atomic structure, chemical bonding, properties of matter & chemical reactions, gaseous state, thermodynamics, electrolyte & non-electrolyte solutions, etc.
|CHE 201||Organic Chemistry||45 clock hours|
The introductory course in organic chemistry covers fundamentals of aliphatic and aromatic organic chemistry with an emphasis on reactions of functional groups & bio molecules.
|CPR 101||CPR & First Aid||8 clock hours|
This basic 8-hour interactive course include Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation for adults and children, including the basis first aid. A Certification will be issued upon successful completion of the program.