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Cyber CultureThis course covers the practical and theoretical issues associated with computer-mediated communication (CMC) systems. CMC includes many different types of technologies such as social networking, email, newsgroups, chat, and online gaming. Students will receive an introduction to the principles of interpersonal communication in mediated environments and study how media richness affects interpersonal perception, language and nonverbal communication, relational development and deterioration, and relational maintenance strategies.3Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT1100. Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 COMM2070View
Careers in ManufacturingThis course introduces students to the skills, technology, work environment, potential salary, and job placement for occupations in the fields of Machine Tool Technology, Mechatronics (Automation Robotics, Electronics, Fluid Power), Welding and Metal Fabrication, Plastics Engineering Technology, and Engineering CAD (Computer-Aided Design) Technology. This dynamic course includes industry-specific tours, as well as hands-on projects that familiarize students with field practices and shop safety. A technical aptitude assessment will be administered to assist students in determining if a career in manufacturing fits with their interests and abilities. The steps for enrolling in a program at HTC will be reviewed.2NoneENGC1075View
Auto Body Structural Repair Internship IIThe technician will work in a designated auto body repair facility with a journeyman and repair vehicles to manufacturers specifications.4NoneABCT1305View
EstimatingThe student will be introduced to estimating procedures which include identifying vehicle components, selecting appropriate replacement parts, labor costs, utilizing manual estimating systems and computerized estimating systems. The students will create damage reports from this information including calculating parts, labor, supplies and materials for accurate repair costs.2NoneABCT1405View
Technical WritingThis course will enhance students` abilities to write effective technical reports. Emphasis will be on effective writing styles, audience analysis, ethics, intercultural issues, documentation of sources, designing visual aides, and practicing outlining techniques to create instructions and process reports. Students also will plan, organize, and complete a persuasive proposal.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026 and Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL2125View
Advanced Keyboarding and Document ProcessingThis advanced keyboarding course is designed to increase keyboarding speed and accuracy. Students will improve keyboarding techniques with exercises emphasizing the touch method technique. Document processing will include the production of business letters, memorandums, reports, agendas, minutes and itineraries. It will be necessary to have access to a computer outside of class to complete assignments. A student computer lab is available on each campus. A keyboarding test will be administered in the classroom the first session to confirm course eligibility.3Qualifying score on keyboarding assessment test OR CPLT1000 and qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT1100CPLT1005View
Landscape Construction IIThis course is designed to prepare the student for professional competency in the area of landscape construction. Emphasis will be given to plan reading, plan take offs and extensive field lab projects. The focus of this course will be on deck and fence construction.3LNDC2110LNDC2131View
Public Works InternshipThis internship will provide the student with on-the-job training within Public Works. The student will use the knowledge and skills learned during course work and apply it to work assignments.3PWRK1020, PWRK1025, PWRK1045, PWRK1050, and PWRK1065PWRK2000View
Computer KeyboardingNearly every career requires the use of a computer. By practicing outside of class and participating in classroom practice sessions, students will develop basic keyboarding skills. Emphasis will be on learning the `touch` method for using both the keyboard and the numeric keypad. The keyboarding goal will be the attainment of a minimum rate of 20 net words per minute on alphabetic copy. (Net words per minute is determined by subtracting 2 for each error from the gross words per minute.) It will be necessary to have access to a computer outside of class. A student computer lab is available on each campus.2Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901CPLT1000View
Introduction to MacintoshThis is an introductory course intended to give the student basic knowledge of the Macintosh operating system as well as a general overview of computer components, Microsoft Office Suite for Mac, and (iLife) Apple's Creativity applications. This course will allow the student to explore basic operating system functions, computer components, terminology, file management hierarchy, storage devices, and hardware/software integration. Included in the curriculum is Word's basic editing techniques, tabs, indents and style sheets; PowerPoint's industry standard presentation package and entry level Excel spreadsheet skills. Apple's powerful iLife applications include Photos, iMovie, and GarageBand.3Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT0900 or CPLT1000CPLT1200View