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Supermarket RefrigerationIn this course, students will have the opportunity to learn multiple compressor and multiple cooling/freezing case operation. Complex refrigeration controls as well as electrical and refrigeration defrost circuits will be the focus of this course.3HVAC1040 and HVAC1110HVAC2130View
Supervised Occupational ExperienceThis course is designed to provide the student with a purposeful occupational experience in the field of selling business to business. Since each supervised occupational experience is an individualized experience, a training plan is created specifically for each student in conjunction with the training site the student will be working. The supervised occupational experience can be offered as a cooperative arrangement, an internship arrangement, or other appropriate work experience arrangement.4Completion of at least 16 Business credits with a grade of C or better in each course or an arrangement with instructor BUSN1170View
SupervisionThe focus of this course is on the first-line manager who coordinates and supervises the activities of the operating employees in any company. The course will emphasize effective ways to lead, motivate, delegate, communicate and measure the performance of employees who perform the day-to-day activities of the organization.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0930BUSN1100View
Surface Preparing and Finish ApplicationThis course will enable the technician to identify type and color of a finish. The student will understand undercoat materials, sanding procedures and masking procedures in the preparation of the surface for refinishing. Manufacturers of today`s vehicles use various refinish systems such as single stage, base coat, clearcoat and tri-stage. To properly refinish a vehicle and meet customer expectations, the technician will understand and apply these types of finishes. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4NoneABCT1260View
Sustainable Food and Plant Production - FallThis course is designed to give the student an understanding of commercial edible and nonedible sustainable crop production practices based on the fall season. Ornamental crops to be grown are chrysanthemums, poinsettias, and other minor crops. Special emphasis will be given to herb and vegetable hydroculture.3NoneLNDC1166View
Sustainable Food and Plant Production - SummerThis course is designed to give the student an understanding of the production, culture and marketing of summer floriculture crops as well as the production, harvest and marketing of food crops using sustainable practices. Special emphasis will be given to fall mum production, organic cropping, community supported agriculture, vermiculture practices, mushroom cultivation, permaculture systems, aquaponics, vegetable gardening, strawbale production, microgreen production, outdoor cutflower production and high tunnel food production.2NoneLNDC1187View
Sustainable Food and Plant Production - WinterThis course is designed to give the student an understanding of the production, culture and marketing of winter floriculture crops and sustainable food crops. Special emphasis will be given to the production of Easter lilies, geraniums, and other minor potted crops grown in the spring.3NoneLNDC1176View
Sustainable Landscape Design IThis course is designed to give the student a fundamental knowledge of landscape design principles and an opportunity to develop skills in designing and drafting landscape plans. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) will be covered for landscape projects.4LNDC1120 and LNDC1190LNDC2160View
Sustainable Landscape Design IIThis course is a continuation of Landscape Design I. Advanced design concepts, problem solving and sustainable landscape solutions will be covered. Students will take projects through the complete design process from site analysis to concept and working drawings.3LNDC2160LNDC2171View
System Engineering PortfolioThis course is designed to allow the student to practice all of the principles learned in the fluid power curricula. The student will work with the instructor and industry to design a project integrating electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatics. The student will develop a concept, the schematics, bill of materials and operating manuals for a major portfolio project. The students may work in teams with other manufacturing majors. Communication skills verbal, written and electronic will be emphasized. Teams will evaluate merits of projects and decide which projects should be further explored and fabricated. Hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, mechanical and electronic systems will be interfaced.3FLPW1231, FLPW1340, FLPW2112, FLPW2180, FLPW2191, and FLPW2301 or instructor approvalFLPW2321View