Search Courses

Advanced Search
Displaying 111-120 of 1039 results.
Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
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
CNC Swiss-Style Lathe ProgrammingThis course will require students to write and produce programs for CNC Swiss Style Lathes. The student will also produce projects on the CNC Swiss Style Lathes using these programs. Setup and cycle reduction time will also be covered. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3MACH2505 plus graduation from or concurrent enrollment in a 2 year Machine Tool Technology Program or a minimum of 2 years of related work experienceMACH2510View
Architectural Residential Technology IIThis course will reinforce sound drafting and design processes and increase BIM proficiency. The students will produce a set of construction drawings for a three level multi-family townhouse project.5ARCH1008, ARCH1101, and recommended concurrent enrollment in ARCH2370ARCH1011View
Gas Heat SystemsThis course will provide the student with the skills needed for combustion and efficiency testing, troubleshooting, and good ventilation practices involved with warm air heating systems. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4HVAC1110HVAC1071View
Noise Vibration Harshness (NVH)This course will provide the student with the skills and knowledge to pinpoint a NVH concern on a Ford motor company vehicle.3NoneFDAS1611View
ER Procedures and ClinicalThis course will provide the student with the necessary skills to assist with various Emergency Dept. (ED) procedures such as IV set up, sterile technique, insertion of catheters, wound cleansing, suturing assistance and other medical procedures used in ED settings. Also included are various orthopedic procedures and use of devices such as: cast set up and removal, splints, crutch sizing and usage. Upon completion of classroom/lab sessions students will participate in a clinical in a ED setting by observing patient care. This will take place in the Emergency Department.3NoneEMSV1170View
Medical and Pharmacy TerminologyThis course will provide the student with the basic medical lexicon and the structure on which medical and scientific words are built. These words are used to describe the human body, diseases and conditions, treatments and drugs, using root words, prefixes and suffixes.2NonePHRM1000View
Chemistry of Hazardous MaterialsThis course will provide the student with examples of chemical and physical properties. Treatment technology for the various classes of hazardous materials and selected examples of chemical incompatibilities common to hazardous materials will be discussed.3NoneENHS1110View
Community Paramedic ClinicalsThis course will provide the student with clinical training under the supervision of a medical director, physician, nurse practitioner, physician's assistant or public health provider. The student will recommend appropriate health and/or social care professionals for the patient, prioritize jobs, and provide both advice and care. The student's placement in the clinical is based on qualifications and past training and experience.5Instructor approval and EMSV2011EMSV2020View
DC CircuitsThis course will provide the student with basic electronic concepts as they apply to direct current circuits. Circuits will consist of a voltage source and one or more resistors. The student will compute circuit parameters and these will be compared to measured values from a breadboarded or computer simulated circuit. The student will learn the IEEE color code and to safely and correctly use both analog and digital meters to measure voltage, current and resistance.4NoneELEC1000View