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Special Topics in EnglishThis course provides a forum for the innovation of new curriculum or of delivery methods. The specific course description, prerequisites, and course goals are on file with the Registrar. And the number of credits and contact hours varies depending on what is required to meet the specific goals of the course.1_to_4Vary depending on the Special TopicENGL1500View
Medical Assistant Administrative IThis course introduces the student to a wide variety of medical office duties that are commonly performed by the Medical Assistant. Students will be introduced to the electronic medical record, the role healthcare team, legal and ethical implications of the profession, computer, telecommunications, and documentation.3Admission into the Medical Assistant ProgramMAST1015View
AuditingThis is a capstone class that will draw upon different topics covered in the AAS degree. It will familiarize students with the year-end audit process conducted by a CPA audit firm, and with the activities leading up to the publication of the annual report.3ACCT1107ACCT2700View
Nutrition and HealthThis course examines the various aspects of nutrition and provides a broad overview of the factors that impact health and wellness. Topics include the nutritional requirements specific to human life cycles, nutrition to promote health, nutrition and disease processes, food safety, environmental and nutritional implications of food processing, genetic modifications, and current agricultural practices. This course also addresses the socio-cultural factors that impact health.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921BIOL2003View
Specialized LabThis course is designed for students who want to enhance their skills and knowledge in order to become more proficient in specialized areas of the curriculum. Specialized lab content must be different from or beyond the expected skill level available in current course offerings. Students will have the ability to direct their efforts, with instructor approval, in curriculum activities that meet their needs. A `Specialized Lab Training Agreement` must be signed by the student and the instructor and submitted to the registrar at the time of registration.1_to_4NoneABCT1900View
Auto Body Internship IIIFollowing internship guidelines and guidelines in all previous successfully completed courses, the technician will work in a designated auto body repair facility with a journeyman and repair vehicles to manufacturer's specifications.3Successful completion of all ABCT courses or instructor approvalABCT2505View
Industrial Electricity and Electronics IThis course is designed for all students in the Manufacturing & Engineering Technology courses of study. Through the use of modern training systems students will gain an understanding of how electrical principles apply to automated production machines, packaging machinery, and robots. Students will demonstrate their ability to apply knowledge of electrical principles to increase sustainability and energy efficiency in a manufacturing environment. Through extensive hands-on use of digital meters and electrical tools students will be given the opportunity to perform wiring and setup operations and to troubleshoot electrical circuits. This course is part of a sequence of courses leading to Packaging Machinery Manufacture's Institute (PMMI) Industrial Electricity Certification.3NoneARET1175View
Computer Integrated ManufacturingThe purpose of this course is to introduce students in all manufacturing fields to the manufacturing process. Students will examine the principles of manufacturing, manufacturing processes, the elements of automation, and the integration of manufacturing elements. These principles will be applied to manufacturing situations through the use of simulations, assembly of manufacturing systems, and through the use of robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) equipment.3NoneARET1140View
Sensor ApplicationsThis course will introduce the students to the operation of a variety of sensors used in automated manufacturing and robotics. Students will work with a variety of sensors including thru-beam, Retro-Reflective, and Diffuse Reflective sensors. Students will have the opportunity to connect sensors and differentiate between current sinking (NPN) and current sourcing (PNP) sensors. Students will work with simulations, modern trainers, and various real-life sensors to complete the learning objectives.2NoneARET1185View
Automotive ExternshipThis course is for the student taking the AAS degree option and provides an opportunity to further develop skills and experiences in a formal work setting. Students must interview for and acquire their externship site. A minimum of 120 hours of work experience is required.3ATEC2685, ATEC1805, ATEC1810, and ATEC1815ATEC2700View