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FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE
COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE
COURSE NUMBER:
OPT 1110
COURSE TITLE:
Physical and Geometric Optics
PREREQUISITE(S):
OPT 1330 and OPT 2090
COREQUISITE(S):
None
CREDIT HOURS:
3
CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:
3
CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:
Lecture/Discussion:
3
Laboratory:
Other __________:
FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:
3
STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:
30
CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course presents the specular and electromagnetic theories of light. The properties of light are discussed.
Reflection and refraction are discussed. The optical properties of prisms, lenses and mirrors are presented.
Correction of refractive errors with lenses is introduced.
SUGGESTED TEXT(S):
The Ophthalmic Assistant: A Guide for Ophthalmic Medical
Personnel by Harold A. Stein, Bernard J. Slatt, Raymond M.
Stein, Mosby
Optical Formulas Tutorial by Ellen D. Stoner, Patricia Perkins,
Butterman -Heinemann
IMPLEMENTATION DATE:
Fall Term 2006 (20061)
REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:
Fall Term, 2013 (20141) – Proposal 2013-08
Form 2A, Page 2
COURSE TOPICS
CONTACT HOURS
PER TOPIC
I.
Physical Properties of Light
12
II.
Geometric Optics
12
III.
Lenses
9
IV.
Physiologic Optics
5
V.
Correction of Human Refractive Errors
4
VI.
Practical Application of Geometric Optics
3
45
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PROGRAM TITLE:
Ophthalmic Technician
COURSE TITLE:
Physical and Geometric Optics
CIP NUMBER:
1351180301
Florida Department of Education
Student Performance Standards
07.0
RECOGNIZE AND PRACTICE INFECTION CONTROL PROCEDURES–The student will be able to:
07.01 Define principles of infection control including standard and transmission based precautions.
07.02 Demonstrate knowledge of medical asepsis and practice procedures such as hand-washing and
isolation.
07.03 Demonstrate knowledge of surgical asepsis.
07.04 Describe how to dispose correctly of biohazardous materials according to appropriate government
guidelines such as OSHA.
11.0
APPLY BASIC MATH AND SCIENCE SKILLS–The student will be able to:
11.01
11.02
11.03
11.04
11.05
11.06
11.07
11.08
11.09
14.0
DEMONSTRATE ANATOMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL OCULAR MEASUREMENTS–The student will be able
to:
14.01
14.02
14.03
14.04
15.0
Draw, read, and report on graphs, charts and tables.
Measure time, temperature, distance, capacity, and mass/weight.
Make, use and convert using both traditional and metric units.
Make estimations and approximations and judge the reasonableness of the result.
Convert from regular to 24 hour time.
Demonstrate ability to evaluate and draw conclusions.
Organize and communicate the results obtained by observation and experimentation.
Ask appropriate scientific questions and recognize what is involved in experimental approaches to
the solution of such questions.
Calculate ratios.
Describe the principles of human physiology.
Identify and describe tissues and cellular structures of the eye.
Apply the correct medical terminology to body structures and functions of the eye.
Identify cause and effect of the most common pathological conditions of each body system as they
relate to the eye.
DEMONSTRATE TESTING OF OCULAR FUNCTIONS (INCLUDING VISUAL ACUITY AND VISUAL
FIELDS) –The student will be able to:
15.01
15.02
15.03
Describe the interaction of light, lenses, laws of optics.
Describe optical properties of the human eye.
Measure objectively and subjectively the refractive state of the eye.
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18.0
DEMONSTRATE THE CARING FOR AND MAINTAINING OF OPHTHALMIC INSTRUMENTS–The
student will be able to:
18.01
18.02
Describe the fundamental principles of the maintenance, inventory control, and ordering of
ophthalmic instruments.
Maintain a clinic inventory of the instruments.
Describe the appropriate safety/security procedures for the instruments.
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Student Performance Standards
CoA-omp Accreditation Standards
Physical properties of light
General Outcomes:
1.0
The student will be able to describe the propagation of light rays
Specific Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this unit, the student should be able to:
1.1
Discuss the wave nature of light
1.2
List forms of energy
1.3
Discuss the Quantum theory of light
1.4
Explain the electromagnetic theory
1.5
Describe the electromagnetic spectrum
1.6
Discuss the visible spectrum
1.7
Discuss infrared and ultraviolet radiation
1.8
List and define terminology of light
1.9
Discuss properties of light of illuminance, luminance and polarization
1.10
Discuss reflection of light rays
1.11
Describe refraction of light rays
1.12
Explain absorption of light rays
Geometric Optics
General Outcomes:
2.0
The student will describe how light rays are affected by prisms and lenses, and the resulting image
formation
Specific Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this unit, the student should be able to:
2.1
Discuss the speed of light in air and other medium
2.2
Describe the index of refraction of Snell’s law
2.3
Describe the reflection on a plane surface
2.4
Discuss reflection on a curved surface
2.5
Discuss refraction of light through a medium
2.6
Explain the refraction of light through a prism
2.7
Discuss the prism diopter
2.8
Calculate prism power using the formula P = C/D
Lenses
General Outcomes:
3.0
The student will be able to discuss refraction light rays through a lens
Specific Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this unit, the student should be able to:
3.1
Describe the properties of a convex lens
3.2
Describe the properties of a concave lens
3.3
Discuss vergence of light rays through a lens
3.4
Explain the real or virtual focal point of a convex or concave lens
3.5
Calculate the dioptric power or focal length of a lens using the formula D=1/F
3.6
Discuss the object-image relationship of convex and concave lenses
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Student Performance Standards
CoA-omp Accreditation Standards (Continued)
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
Explain image formation of a convex or concave lens
Differentiate between spherical and cylindrical lenses
Explain the Conoid of Sturm
Describe refraction through a cylinder lens
Physiologic Optics
General Outcomes:
4.0
The student will be able to discuss the refractive properties of the human eye, and the role of
accommodation.
Specific Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this unit, the student should be able to:
4.1
Describe the optical system of the eye
4.2
Discuss obtaining a clear image through the eye
4.3
Explain the process of accommodation
4.4
Discuss the amplitude of accommodation and changes with age
4.5
List the errors of refraction of the human eye
4.6
Discuss the role of the axial length in refraction
4.7
Explain myopic refractive errors
4.8
Explain hyperopic refractive errors
4.9
Differentiate between regular and irregular astigmatism
Correction of Refractive Errors
General Outcomes:
5.0
The student will gain a working knowledge of the lenses used to correct errors of refraction
Specific Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this unit, the student should be able to:
5.1
Discuss lenses used to correct hyperopia
5.2
Discuss lenses used to correct myopia
5.3
Describe spherocylinder lenses used to correct regular astigmatism
5.4
Discuss methods of vision correction following cataract surgery
5.5
Discuss theory and methods of refractive surgery
Practical Application of Geometric Optics
General Outcomes:
6.0
The student will be introduced to geometric optics in lens systems used for low vision, equipment
used in the eye care industry, lasers, and other applications.
Specific Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this unit, the student should be able to:
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
Discuss magnification
Describe optical systems used for low vision patients
List ophthalmic equipment that utilize geometric optical properties
Discuss lasers used in eye care and other applications
Florida State College
At Jacksonville
Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
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Section 1
SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: OPT 1110
COURSE TITLE: Physical Geometric Optics
Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
AA Elective
AS Required Professional Course
College Prep
AS Professional Elective
AAS Required Professional Course
Technical Certificate
Other
PSAV
Apprenticeship
General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 8)
Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
Communications
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Natural Sciences
Humanities
Mathematics
Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
Reading
Speaking
Critical Analysis
Writing
Listening
Information
Literacy
Quantitative
Skills
Ethical
Judgment
Scientific Method of Inquiry
Working Collaboratively
Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
Critical
Communication
Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
Thinking
Information
Global Sociocultural Responsibility
Literacy
Section 6
LEARNING OUTCOMES
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Make estimations and approximations and
2
judge the reasonableness of the result
Demonstrate ability to evaluate and draw
3
conclusions
Organize and communicate the results
obtained
by observation and
4
experimentation
Ask appropriate scientific questions and
recognize what is involved in experimental
5
approaches to the solution of such
questions.
Describe
the principles of human physiology
6
Identify and describe tissues and cellular
structures of the eye
Type of
Outcome:
Gen. Ed,
Program,
Course
METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
Gen Ed
Written examinations, projects
Gen Ed
Written examinations, projects
Course
Written examinations, projects
Program
Written examinations, projects
Program
Written examinations, projects
Program
Written examinations, projects
Section 6 (continued)
LEARNING OUTCOMES
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Apply the correct medical terminology to
body structures and functions of the eye
Identify cause and effect of the most
common pathological conditions of each
body system as they relate to the eye
Describe the interaction of light, lenses, laws
of optics
Describe optical properties of the human eye
Measure objectively and subjectively the
refractive state of the eye
Type of
Outcome:
Gen. Ed,
Program,
Course
METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
Program
Written examinations, projects
Program
Written examinations, projects
Program
Written examinations, projects
Program
Written examinations, projects
Program
Written examinations, projects
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: Pattie Lamell
Date: 2/15/13
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