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Human Relations ManagementThis course is designed to prepare for the transition from employee to supervisor. To evaluate styles of leadership and develop skills in human relations and personnel management.2CULA1000, CULA1106, and CULA1116 or instructor approvalCULA1700View
Capstone/PortfolioThis is the final synthesis and evaluation course to determine the student's ability to enter the hospitality industry. The course is designed to involve student in all aspects of catered events and assess their ability to develop cost and execute an event. To complete the requirements of the course, students will develop an on line portfolio to record their accomplishments in their course of study.2CULA1301, CULA1321, CULA1325, CULA1335, CULA1525, CULA1530, CULA1535, and CULA1540CULA1720View
Cutting ProcessesThis course will cover cutting operations utilizing gas, plasma, carbon-arc and computer numerical control (CNC) plasma cutting table equipment. Students will learn how to cut straight lines, holes and bevels on steel, aluminum and stainless steel. Important health and safety precautions will also be covered. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3NoneWLDG1000View
Structural Iron Fabrication MethodsIn this course you will learn to combine your shielded metal arc welding and flux cored arc welding skills to fabricate various types of weldments using proper layout procedures. Complete drawings with welding symbols, bill of materials and cost estimates will also be required. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3WLDG1181 and WLDG1320 or instructor approvalWLDG1340View
Complex AC CircuitsThis course is designed to provide the student with the basic electronic concepts as they apply to RCL circuits such as resonant, filter and timing circuits. The student will compute voltages, currents and times in these circuits. These will then be compared with data measured with both multimeter and oscilloscope. Circuits will be designed and evaluated by breadboarding and/or computer simulation software.3ELEC1050 or equivalentELEC1100View
Safety Laws, Regulations, and StandardsThis course covers the process, sources and applications for minimum safety requirements established by laws, regulations, standards and codes. Included are: Federal, State, and Local laws, agencies, regulations, codes, and voluntary standards.3ENHS1020ENHS1040View
Introduction to ASP.NETThis course is a basic introduction to Microsoft`s .NET Active Server Pages (ASP) technology for students who have a solid fundamental understanding of static web page development. The course will include the implementation of web pages with the Microsoft .NET framework using Visual Studio .NET with either the C# or VisualBasic.NET programming language. Students will develop web pages to create dynamic documents including retrieving data from SQL databases such as Microsoft SQL Server.4CCIS1301 and CCIS2585CCIS2645View
Shielded Metal Arc Welding IIIn this course, students will learn how to produce three-bead T-joint fillet welds, T-joint and lap joint fillet welds and butt joint square -groove welds. Students will also be able to deposit E6010 pad of beads and stringer beads. Electrode selection, power sources, destructive testing and distortion control will be included. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3WLDG1181 and WLDG1310WLDG1320View
Special Topics: English Composition Transfer CurriculumThis class is meant for students who have already taken a 3 semester credit freshman level composition class at another institution. This course assumes the student has already achieved an understanding of writing basics: intro, body, conclusion; organization; outlining; the thesis; etc. Therefore, this class will focus on the research paper; specifically, an argument paper. This paper will be 6-10 pages in length, and will give students the opportunity to demonstrate their writing proficiency, their understanding of research and citation, and their critical thinking and reading skills.1Accredited 3 semester credit, freshman level composition class or its equivalent. This class is only for students who have taken and successfully completed a 3 semester credit composition course. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL2135View
Quality ControlThis course introduces students to basic quality control principles, techniques, and procedures used by organizations to assure customer satisfaction of a product and/or service. This course includes quality control concepts utilizing common measurement methods and tools used for inspection.3NoneMETS1050View