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Cybersecurity EssentialsThe Cybersecurity Essentials course covers foundational knowledge in all aspects of security in the cyber world. Students will identify procedures to implement data confidentiality, integrity, availability and security controls on networks, servers and applications. Using interactive activities, virtual machines and a network simulation and visualization tool, students will build their skills by exploring the tactics, techniques and procedures used by cyber criminals and learn methods to mitigate known threats.3CCIS1005 and CCIS1105CCIS2505View
Software and System SecurityCyber threats continue to target software and hardware. Achieving and maintaining security relies on a security professional’s keen understanding of design principles, system interoperability and human actors (users). This course will examine the design and security principles required to identify and mitigate threats. Students will learn the concepts of isolation, encapsulation, least privilege, simplicity and minimization, failing-securely, modularity, layering, least astonishment, open design, and usability.3Prerequisite: CCIS1005 and CCIS1105. Recommended: CCIS1505CCIS2510View
ESPRIT ProgrammingThis course will introduce the student to computer-assisted design and computer-assisted machining; CAD/CAM. Students will use ESPRIT CAD/CAM software to draw parts, create features on wire frame and solid models, create CNC milling and turning tool paths and generate code. Tool and fixture setup sheets will be produced as well as process sheets and time sheets.3Prerequisite: MACH1140. Recommended: MACH2406MACH2480View
Advanced Gas Metal Arc WeldingStudents will learn how to produce single V-groove butt joint welds in the flat position with the spray transfer method on steel. They will also produce Fillet, Lap and T-joint welds in the horizontal and vertical positions on aluminum material. Students will also be able to utilize the pulse spray transfer method of GMAW welding to produce welds on Lap Joints, T-Joints and Butt Joints in flat, horizontal and vertical positions. Students will have the option to further develop their knowledge and skills to prepare for the Gas Metal Arc Welding Welder Qualification Test. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3Instructor Approval or GMAW Certificate or Welding DiplomaWLDG2035View
Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc WeldingStudents will learn how to prepare and weld steel, stainless steel and aluminum tubing using the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) process. Students will learn how to prepare tubing for single V-groove welds in the 5-G position. Students will also be able to produce welds on stainless steel in the 5-G and 6-G positions. Visual and destructive inspection tests on steel, stainless steel, and aluminum are included. Students will have the option to further develop their knowledge and skills to prepare for the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Welder Qualification Test. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3Instructor Approval or GTAW Certificate or Welding DiplomaWLDG2045View
Introduction to Automated Cutting and WeldingThis course is designed to allow students to program, setup and operate semi-automated and fully automated cutting and welding systems. Both PC programming and teach pendants will be utilized. Integration of automated cutting and welding systems with other components will also be explored.3Instructor Approval or Welding DiplomaWLDG2050View
Engineering CAD Technology InternshipThe student will receive 40 hours of on-site instruction in the drafting department of a `host` company for each credit for which he/she has registered. The student may register for 3 or 4 credits. The student will work in an industrial drafting environment on learning objectives mutually agreed to by instructors and a host-business. The student is responsible for finding and setting up the internship position prior to registering for the course. Student performance will be monitored by the instructor and evaluated by the employer.3_to_4Instructor approval and prior completion of 50 percent of the Engineering CAD Technology program and an internship position in a host companyENGC2200View
Advanced Garde Manger and EntremétierThis course is designed to give the student advanced knowledge, skills and understanding in the preparation of various types of salads/salad dressings, vegetable and starch products, sandwiches, canapés and hors d`oeuvres in restaurant production setting.4CULA1116 and CULA1136CULA1535View
Production WoodworkThis course is designed to introduce the student to planning, organizing and layout of machining operations for production woodworking. Daily production teamwork is emphasized in the class lab atmosphere as production projects of substantial value are fabricated.4CBTG1130 and CBTG1141CBTG1250View
College AlgebraTopics covered in this course include: concepts of algebra-real numbers, exponents, polynomials, and rational expressions; equations and inequalities; functions and graphs; polynomial and rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; conic sections; systems of equations and inequalities; sequences and probability.4Qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1700MATH2200View