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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Introduction to Construction ManagementThis course will explore the principals and processes required to manage construction projects, allowing students to become familiar with the construction management field. The course includes an overview of project planning, scheduling, budgeting, contracts, construction material knowledge, communication, site safety issues, sustainable operations, and leadership skills required to direct operations smoothly through successful completion.2NoneARCH1500View
Landscape OperationsThis course will explore the process of how greenscape and hardscape ideas become completed field projects. Sources of materials, handling, installation procedures, project coordination and problem solving will be covered. Labs will be an important part of students gaining field experience.2NoneLNDC1235View
CCNA SecurityThis course will expose students to the array of security features that can be implemented using a company's existing Cisco router. Instruction will include authentication methods, common network attacks and how to safeguard against them, communication security (remote access, e-mail, the web, directory and file transfer, and wireless data), infrastructure security (network devices and media, and the proper use of perimeter topologies such as demilitarized zones (DMZ)s, Extranets, and Intranets to establish network security). Cryptography basics are provided, including the differences between asymmetric and symmetric algorithms, and the different types of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificates and their usage. Operational/organizational security is discussed as it relates to physical security, and disaster recovery. 3CCIS1431CCIS2421View
Introduction to Swiss-Style MachiningThis course will expose students to the basics of CNC Swiss Style Lathes. The student will be introduced to safety procedures and the nomenclature of CNC Swiss Style Lathes. Basic CNC turning, milling, and drilling procedures will be reviewed. Comparisons of CNC turning as opposed to CNC Swiss-Style training will be examined. Basic concepts of the setup and operation of CNC Swiss Style Lathes will be explored and common G&M codes will be identified. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3Graduation from or concurrent enrollment in a 2 year Machine Tool Technology Program or a minimum of 2 years of related work experienceMACH2500View
CCNA Specialty FieldsThis course will expose students to three specialty fields associated with the administration of Cisco networks. Topics covered include IPv6 networks, voice networks, and security.3CCIS1431CCIS1490View
Radiant Heat SystemsThis course will expose the student to in-floor/ceiling radiant heat concepts that include sizing, application, and servicing.1NoneHVAC1155View
Quality AssuranceThis course will expose the student to quality control concepts utilizing common manufacturing inspection methods. Inspection tools will include CMM machines, the digital height stand, profilometer, etc. SPC and the ISO 9000 series will also be discussed. The student will review and create inspection forms and charts.2NoneMACH2440View
HVAC MaintenanceThis course will expose the student to the basic physical laws relating to refrigeration system components. refrigeration theory, the refrigeration cycle, system operation and maintenance concerns.3NoneIBEM1020View
Basic RefrigerationThis course will expose the student to the basic physical laws relating to refrigeration systems components, refrigeration theory, the refrigeration cycle and system operation. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4HVAC1000 and HVAC1020HVAC1040View
Industrial NetworksThis course will expose the students to many of the different Industrial Networks that will be encountered in a manufacturing setting. Students will gain an understanding of the network infrastructure utilized by industrial machinery and the communication profiles used. The communication profiles will include but not be limited to: Serial Communication, RS-232, Ethernet, Modbus, Profibus, DevicNet, Foundational Fieldbus and AS-I Bus. Additionally Fieldbuses and cabling procedures will be discussed and how they are applied in a Distributed Control System (DCS).2Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT1100 or CPLT1200 or METS1000ARET2500View