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Welding Process 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. Students will have the ability to direct their efforts, with instructor approval, in curriculum activities that are beyond the current scope of existing courses. This course will cover the basics of welding safety as well as the safe use of welding equipment and its startup and shutdown. Dependent on the needs of each individual class, the specific areas of focus will change to meet the needs of the class.1_to_3Instructor approvalWLDG1500View
Windows 10This course provides the fundamentals of the Windows operating system and is designed to help students become competent users of Windows 10. Students will be able to manage their own desktop or laptop computers, including installing and running applications, managing files, using the Internet and several media features. securing and customizing a computer, while understanding basic system maintenance and troubleshooting.3Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT1100 or CPLT1200 or instructor approvalCCIS1101View
Windows Admin_1This is the first of three courses in network administration using Windows networks. The course will use the latest two versions of Windows operating systems in a `workgroup` or peer-to-peer configuration. Students will learn to both install the operating systems and then to configure the desktop interface for different types of users. This will involve user management, local security groups, policy implementation, printer access, and some remote desktop configuration.3CCIS1105 or concurrentCCIS1110View
Windows Admin_2This is the second of three courses in network administration using the latest two versions of Windows server operating systems. This course will employ the use of both server and workstation level computers to simulate the configuration of a business class network environment focusing mostly on user management through directory services and file server tier application services. Topics include working in active directory environments, printing, user account management, security management, Internet Protocol-address management, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), terminal services, and Domain Name System (DNS) services. The course will also utilize virtualization software to simulate client workstations.4CCIS1110CCIS2150View
Windows Admin_3This course will provide students with hands-on experience in setting up and administering Active Directoy, E-mail, Web, and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) services using Exchange Server and Microsoft’s Internet Information Server. Students will learn to configure multiple server roles. Students will utilize technology to run virtual machines. Students will gain experience working in a Windows command-line environment PowerShell.4CCIS2150CCIS2270View
Wood FinishingThis course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of wood finishing materials and finish application methods. Spray equipment is utilized as the final finish is applied to wood and wood products. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.2CBTG1121CBTG1230View
Wood in ArtIn this course the student will design and construct various pieces of art using wood as the medium. Attention will be given to the theme through the use of color, texture, form, and balance. Students will be guided in the safe use of basic woodworking equipment.1NoneCBTG1000View
Woody Plants I - TreesThis course is designed to give the student a comprehensive understanding of shade, ornamental and native deciduous trees and coniferous evergreen trees. Emphasis will be given to identifying characteristics, nomenclature and their use in the landscape.4NoneLNDC1120View
Woody Plants II - ShrubsThis course is designed to give the student a comprehensive understanding of deciduous and evergreen shrubs. Emphasis will be given to identifying characteristics, nomenclature and uses in the landscape.4NoneLNDC1190View
Working DrawingsThis course introduces the student to the techniques, standards and methods used to place dimensions onto a production drawing. Methods for calculating tolerance, placing the tolerance onto a drawing and the effect of tolerancing on the dimensioning process is also covered. Drafting shortcuts such as tabulated drawings. multiple detail drawings on a single sheet and assembly drawings will be covered as well. The student will also apply the drawing revision process.3One of the following: ENGC1100, ENGC1160, ENGC1250, or ENGC2100ENGC1021View