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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
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
CNC Setup and OperationThis course will familiarize students with CNC machines. The student will be trained in safety procedures, setup, and operation of various types of CNC machines. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3CNC Operators certificate, or equivalent industry experience with instructors approvalMACH2400View
Industry Practices and ProceduresThis course will familiarize the learner with a variety of established practices and procedures. This course introduces widely followed environmental procedures prescribe by State and Federal laws. An emphasis on established safety, preventive maintenance and good industrial practices will be experienced throughout this course. A focus on accepted workplace rules, behavior & professionalism, material handling, hand tool identification & proper usage will be discussed. The importance of utilizing emerging computer software and mobile based applications will be highlighted. This course is appropriate for those seeking employment within technical skill fields.3Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR METS1000METS1200View
Ambulance OperationsThis course will focus on additional technical and clinical skills that are needed for use to work in the EMS field, but not covered in depth during the EMT-Basic course. Students will have the opportunity to prepare for ambulance work, clinical internships, and future courses in EMS. The course is challenging, and is based on experimental educational principles; students will learn by doing. The class is designed to help transfer classroom learning to field operations. This class is a prerequisite for most paramedic programs. The King Map book required for class and a uniform is required during the class ($125.00).2EMSV1100 or current Certified EMT-B and EMSV1130EMSV1105View
Mozaik Cabinet DesignThis course will focus on residential cabinet design, layout and part automation using Cabinet Vision software. Emphasis will be placed on producing cabinet drawings, pictorial views, cut lists, panel optimization, CNC code generation and manipulation.3NoneCBTG2440View
Current Trends in Beer, Wine and SpiritsThis course will focus on the Current Trends related to the role of Beer, Wine & Spirits in the Culinary setting. Each topic will represent an area which Culinary students will seek an applied and practical understanding of the basic concepts behind the trends. The course will provide a basic understanding the history and appreciation of beer, wine, & spirits. In addition, the course will allow hands on experience preparing beverages, beer brewing, and cocktails (mixology). The goal will be to enhance the understanding of these products and how they can be implemented with food. In addition, national and local culinary trends will be discussed and several guest lecturers from metropolitan restaurants & bars will speak with students. Upon completion of the course, students will possess a better understanding and knowledge to experiment and explore with beer, wine, and spirits with traditional and new menu selections. Students must be 21 years of age or older to consume alcoholic beverages.4Instructor approvalCULA2085View
Interactive Mobile DesignThis course will focus on the development of applications for mobile devices using HTML5. Students will develop the concepts, assets, and user interaction for their projects targeting mobile devices. Students will produce web apps and develop native apps using packaging technologies.3MMVP2010 or instructor approvalMMVP2575View
Interactive Game DesignThis course will focus on the exciting field of casual online gaming. Students will explore how the casual gaming market is revolutionizing the world of game design. Using game development frameworks, students will create an original game concept.3MMVP2010 or instructor approvalMMVP2025View