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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Principles of Fire Service Safety and SurvivalThis course introduces the basic principles and history related to the national firefighter life safety initiatives, focusing on the need for cultural and behavior change throughout the emergency services.2NoneFRPT1055View
Fire Department Occupational Health & SafetyThis course introduces the basic concepts of occupational health and safety as it relates to emergency service organizations. Topics include risk and hazard evaluation and control procedures for emergency service organizations.2NoneFRPT1060View
Fire Behavior and CombustionThis course explores the theories and fundamentals of how and why fires start, spread, and are controlled.2NoneFRPT1170View
Architectural Residential AutoCADThis course will introduce the student to the basics needed to use the computer and AutoCAD software as a tool in the preparation of architectural working drawings. The student will study coordinate systems, drawing set-up, drawing and modifying commands, annotation, dimensioning, hatching and plotting. The student will produce architectural construction drawings for a cabin.5Qualifying score on reading assessment test or ENGL0901 and prerequisite or concurrent enrollment in ARCH1008 and prerequisite or concurrent enrollment in ARCH1203 recommendedARCH1101View
Basic Skills for Automotive MechanicsThis course is for students entering the Automotive Technology program who have not worked in the trade, and have little or no experience in basic mechanics. The course will cover basic skills including tool selection and usage, basic electricity, jacking and hoisting cars. We will also cover threaded fastener ID and service, and shop safety. Students can gain confidence and improve their performance in the Automotive Technology Program.2NoneATEC1020View
Advanced Production LabThis course is a Pass/No Credit (P/NC). In this course the student will concentrate on advanced research or production methods that are not included in other courses. A training agreement must be signed by the student and the instructor at the beginning of the semester.1_to_8Instructor approvalMGDP2150View
Workplace Readiness Skills AssessmentJob Ready assessments measure technical skills at the occupational level and include items which gauge factual and theoretical knowledge. This 0 credit course will measure the skills of those who are completing a post-secondary technical program and is an HTC graduation requirement for both the Desktop Support AAS Degree and Executive Administrative Professional AAS Degree.0Recommended 75% completion of the required technical courses in the degree areaCCIS2875View
Advanced LightingThis course is for advanced video students who want to become more creative in their use of lighting. Through lectures, demonstrations and screenings we explore the cinematic possibilities of advanced digital video cinematography and lighting. We experiment with the creative use of video production lighting techniques and equipment. Learn how to use the camera’s built-in menus to control hue, density, and contrast, while using lighting equipment and light meters to control image quality. We test the various cameras, and use filters and diffusion to create dramatic scenes in the studio and on location. We will test theory and gain practical experience in various lighting situations: day-for-night, night-for-night, available and mixed light, magic-hour, fire and candle light, close-up table tops, etc.3MMVP1600 with a grade of C or better, or instructor approvalMMVP2001View
American Sign Language/Deaf Culture IIThis course is designed to increase students’ American Sign Language vocabulary and provide additional awareness of and insight into the deaf culture. This course builds upon the skills developed in LANG2000.3LANG2000 or instructor approvalLANG2010View
Police Report Writing/InterviewThis course establishes the learner’s ability to write police reports in a detailed, chronological order using proper format. Emphasis is placed on spelling, grammar, punctuation, and the ability to get clear and concise meaning throughout the report. Additionally, students will learn the proper techniques in interviewing.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2235View