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Design of Experiments (DOE) for Injection MoldingThis course is intended to introduce the student to the Design of Experiments. Content includes an overview of how to develop an experiment by explaining common terminology and exploring various DOE techniques, all in an injection molding environment. This course utilizes DOE Wisdom Jr. software, which helps you properly layout the experiments. The book, Design of Experiments for Injection Molding will further enhance your understanding of DOEs. This course also utilizes an interactive training program using CD-ROM based software. 4MATH1050 or MATH1060 and METS1050PLST2150View
Injection Molding Process IIIThis course is a continuation of Injection Molding II and is designed to introduce the student to injection molded part problems and solutions. Part defects are described and analyzed to show how each develops. Topics also include an explanation of the cause and effect method of problem analysis used in analyzing and solving all types of production problems. This course utilizes Paulson Training Programs' interactive CD-ROM based software. Content includes set-up, operation and troubleshooting of several types of Injection Molding Machines, Molds and Materials to produce quality plastics molded parts. Optimization of setting and started the mold will be emphasized. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4PLST2138PLST2143View
Foundations IThis clinical course provides opportunity for the student to apply skills and theory in a long term care setting under faculty supervision. Students will care for selected adult patients/residents with chronic or acute illnesses. Medication administration and selected nursing skills are evaluated. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4NURS1141, NURS1161, NURS1191, and HLTH2001. Prerequisite or concurrent NURS1222 and NURS1261. Successful completion of pre-clinical math test with a score of 100%. Current CPR or BLS for Health Care Provider or professional rescuer. Current TB skin or blood test or Chest X-ray. Clear criminal background studyNURS1103View
Global CuisineThis course is intended to give students a better understanding of the cuisines, major and minor, famous and less so, of the different regions of world. It will explore how they arose from their cultures and geographies, what factors influence menu choices in those regions, and what indigenous techniques are used in their preparation. In addition, the course will provide useful information in the search for ingredients in preparing those cuisines.4Food manager's certificate, current registration to earn one, or instructor's approvalCULA2056View
Food, Wine and Beer PairingThis course will teach professional tasting technique which will improve the students understanding of how smell, taste and appearance of a wine and beer are integral to its enjoyment. In addition, the course will allow hands on experience preparing food to taste with various wine and beer varietals, thus giving students some standard formulas for understanding the flavor profile of the wine and beer and how it works with food. The goal is to give students a better understanding and knowledge to experiment and explore with new styles and grape varieties to serve with traditional and new menu selections. Students must be 21 years of age or older to taste wines.4CULA1116 and CULA2050 or instructor approvalCULA2080View
Principles of Accounting IIThis course is a presentation of accounting for intangible assets, long-term liabilities, stockholders` equity and retained earnings. It includes financial statement analysis, the cash flow statement and provides an introduction to cost and managerial accounting.4ACCT1102 with a grade of C or betterACCT1107View
Plant BiologyThis course is designed as an overview of the taxonomic and structural characteristics of higher plants. An understanding of plant anatomy, function and growth will be discussed. A lab will be held once a week to give hands on activities with regards to plant structure.4NoneLNDC1242View
Linux Admin_2This course will focus on the network functions of the Linux operating system. Advanced services of the operating system will be installed. In addition, the role of Linux as part of a server environment will be understood. At the end of this course, the student will be able to administer a Linux operating system as part of a network.4CCIS1121CCIS2122View
Network EssentialsThis course exposes students to networking concepts, technologies and typical network administration/analysis duties found in the workplace. Topics covered include communication models, network protocols, IP addressing and subnetting, physical and logical topologies, transmission media, and network hardware.4CCIS1101 or instructor approvalCCIS1105View
Foundations IIThis clinical course provides opportunity for the student to apply skills and nursing theory in an acute, sub-acute or rehabilitation patient care setting under faculty supervision. Students provide nursing skills, designated medical treatments and medication administration for patients between the ages of 18 and 65 + years. Development of organizational skills in the management of a multiple patient care assignment (2 or more patients) is required during this clinical rotation. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4NURS1141, NURS1161, NURS1191, NURS1103 and HLTH2001. Prerequisite or concurrent NURS1222, and NURS1261. Current CPR or BLS for Health Care Provider or professional rescuer. Successful completion of pre-clinical math test with a score of 100%. Current TB skin or blood test or Chest X-ray. Current clear criminal background studyNURS1201View