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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Electronic Soldering and InspectionThis course provides basic training in IPC recommended (international trade association for Electronics Manufacturing) procedures for assembly, soldering and inspection of electronic components. The student will be introduced to IPC recommended techniques for assembling, soldering and inspecting through hole, SMD, Wires & Terminals. The course has both a discussion and a hands-on component. The hands-on activities are an opportunity to practice the IPC recommended techniques discussed in the lectures.2NoneELEC1220View
Consumer EconomicsIntroduces students to the information and tools that will enable analysis and evaluation of alternatives concerning major consumer issues with the goal of increasing personal well-being. (This course is not intended to satisfy the entrance prerequisites for most 4-year programs in economics, business, or accounting.)3Qualifying score on the reading assessment test OR ENGL0921. Basic computer literacy skills requiredECON2100View
In Progress ResponseThis course will include instruction in the areas of Crimes In-Progress.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2261View
Repair and Accessory LabThis course will allow the student to advance the skills and knowledge from previous courses to repair, restore or accessorize marine, motorsports or outdoor power equipment. Students will present an approved project plan, estimate, design, and material list before work begins. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3NoneMMST2340View
Police Response and Human BehaviorThis course is designed to integrate the academic and applied aspects of the basic patrol function for a police patrol officer. Included in this class is the in-depth examination of a patrol officer's duties, functions, and responsibilities, as well as a variety of other practical aspects. These include, but are not limited to, vehicle stops, traffic enforcement, domestics, officer stress, pedestrian contacts, officer safety issues, and other duties as they relate to the basic patrol function. 3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2241View
Engineering Drawings and SchematicsThis course is an introduction to the essential methods and techniques needed to design, produce and interpret engineering drawings and circuit schematics. Topics covered include drawing standards, layout and dimensioning practices, schematics, symbols and terminology. Utilizing manual techniques and CAD software, the student will apply their knowledge to the creation of mechanical, construction and facility drawings. The student will also generate hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics and develop various symbol libraries. The student will obtain knowledge and skill sets that will be reinforced by other courses within the manufacturing programs.4NoneFLPW1400View
.NET Programming IThe students who take this course will be introduced to creating Microsoft Windows applications using the Microsoft .NET Framework, Visual Basic and C# programming languages. This will include using Windows forms, controls, events, methods, procedures and functions. The student will also learn how to create and manipulate database files, create and use sequential files, as well as a brief introduction to creating WEB applications.4CCIS1505CCIS2575View
Macintosh Computer TechnologyFeaturing Mac OS 10.X this course is designed to provide the student with in depth technical information related to the operation of the Macintosh computer. Emphasis will be placed on solving hardware, software and general application problems, understanding the control panel settings; upgrading hardware and software and running diagnostics available for the Macintosh. Other areas to be covered include the proper procedure for adding external or internal devices, installing RAM, installing and preparing a new hard drive, software and systems installations, file management techniques and font problems.3CPLT1200 or instructor approvalMGDP1270View
OSHA 30-Hour Construction Safety TrainingThis course is designed to meet the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 30-Hour Construction Safety Training requirements. The OSHA course will introduce various OSHA policies, standards, and procedures as they apply to the construction industry. Hazards associated with the construction industry will be brought to the students attention. The OSHA safety and health principles will be applied to the work place in order to minimize the effects these hazards may have. Students must complete the OSHA 30-Hour Construction Safety Training at HTC. Transfer courses will not be accepted.2NoneHVAC1005View
Service Call CompletionThis course will prepare the student to successfully complete a residential HVAC service call.1NoneHVAC1100View