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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
Culinary Arts NutritionThe study of nutrition principles and the relationship of food to health from the perspective of culinary professionals. Students become familiar with the structure, function, and sources of nutrients including protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water. Current dietary guidelines, energy balance, food fads and trends are discussed. Students prepare traditional and nutritionally modified recipes.2CULA1116CULA1301View
Damage Analysis and Straightening Structural PartsThe students will learn how to look for all types of damage in all vehicle designs including hidden damages that are often overlooked in the estimating process. Furthermore, the student will straighten structural parts through the use of pulling and anchoring systems that have different characteristics from different manufactures. Also, the student will become familiar with different anchoring and pulling systems in the normal collision repair operation.4ABCT1155, ABCT1160, ABCT2150, and ABCT2190ABCT2051View
Tinting and BlendingThe students will learn how to achieve a blendable match with all colors. Students will become familiar with paint application problems and the use of preventive measures. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4NoneABCT1265View
.NET for Mobile DevelopmentThe students who take this course will be introduced to creating mobile applications using the Microsoft .NET Framework and the C# programming languages. The course will discuss mobile design considerations including graphical user interface design and managing local and remote application data. The course will also include a discussion of building and porting mobile applications to other platforms.4CCIS2585CCIS2500View
.NET Programming IThe students who take this course will be introduced to creating Microsoft Windows applications using the Microsoft .NET Framework, Visual Basic and C# programming languages. This will include using Windows forms, controls, events, methods, procedures and functions. The student will also learn how to create and manipulate database files, create and use sequential files, as well as a brief introduction to creating WEB applications.4CCIS1505CCIS2575View
Schoolage Development and LearningThe student will study caregiving methods for school-age children in either home or center based settings. The student will identify components of a developmentally appropriate program. Activities and materials that nurture children's development will be explored. The student will also examine new teaching strategies that are effective with school age children. For this course students should either be currently working with children or have consistent access to a group of schoolage children.2CDEV1160 and CDEV1500CDEV2255View
Preschool Development and LearningThe student will study caregiving methods for preschool children in either home or center-based settings. Activities and materials that nurture children`s development will be explored. The student will describe characteristics of a developmentally appropriate program as well as plan preschool curriculum. For this course students should either be currently working with children or have consistent access to a group of preschool children.2CDEV1160 and CDEV1500CDEV2230View
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
Blueprint Reading and EstimatingThe student will learn to read building plans and pipe diagrams, interpret floor plans, elevation views, draw isometrics and sketch detailed work drawings. Student will develop skills in estimating plumbing cost for new installations and remodels and prepare projects using industry developed estimating procedures. Estimates include material, fixtures and labor costs with profit and overhead calculations.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901PLBG1011View