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Basic Food PreparationThis course is designed to give the student fundamental knowledge, skill, and understanding of protein fabrication, stocks, sauces, soups, meat, poultry, fish, shellfish cookery, and breakfast food preparation techniques. This course also serves as a review of prerequisite courses in sanitation, math, baking, and garde manger/entrem├ętier preparations.4CULA1000, CULA1106, and CULA1116 or instructor approvalCULA1156View
Advanced Baking and PastryThis course is designed to give the student advanced knowledge, skills and understanding of baking methods and techniques as done a restaurant setting. Topics covered are yeast breads, quick breads, cakes, pies, cookies, various pastries, desserts and dessert sauces.4CULA1116 and CULA1126CULA1530View
Ford Dealership Summer Internship IThis course will provide the student on-the-job training in a Ford or Lincoln-Mercury dealership. The student will use knowledge learned during previous courses and put into practice the technical skills learned on customers` vehicles.4NoneFDAS2055View
Ford Dealership Summer Internship IIThis course will provide the student on-the-job training in a Ford or Lincoln-Mercury dealership. The student will use knowledge learned during previous courses and put into practice the technical skills learned on customers` vehicles.4NoneFDAS2060View
Ford New TechnologyThis course will consist of the latest Ford Service Technician Specialty (STST) training and new technology that Ford Motor Company has released after the student completes the required Ford ASSET courses and allows for up to date training prior to graduation.2NoneFDAS2650View
Manufacturing Fundamentals IThis course prepares students to enter the manufacturing field with acquired basic skills in shop math, print reading, measuring tools, hand tools, shop safety, employment/life skills, metallurgy, and biology. Students also learn about federal and international regulations, cleanroom techniques and quality systems. Successful completion is measured by the student's ability to determine whether a part has been manufactured to customer requirement and specifications within a safe, effective work environment.6NoneMETS1100View
Manufacturing Fundamentals IIThis course prepares students to enter the manufacturing field by applying acquired skills in shop math, print reading, measuring tools, hand tools, shop safety, employment/life skills, metallurgy, and quality systems. Successful completion is measured by the student's ability to determine whether a part has been manufactured to customer requirement and specifications within a safe, effective work environment.3METS1100 or instructor approvalMETS1105View
Manufacturing Fundamentals III (Bridge Course)This course is designed for M-Powered students to bridge into diploma-granting programs successfully. All the topics covered in the earlier classes are explored with emphasis on more advanced knowledge and skills development in the areas of print reading, mathematics, and quality assurance.5METS1105 or instructor approvalMETS1110View
M-Powered InternshipThis 80-hour course provides students with a prescribed on-the-job educational experience in their area of emphasis: CNC (computer numerical control) machine operator, precision metal stamping, quality, research and development lab and manufacturing process. Students receive Performance Achievement Records (PAR's) that outline the curriculum and are evaluated against these predetermined curriculum objectives by the employer.2METS1105 or instructor approvalMETS1150View
Medical and Pharmacy TerminologyThis course will provide the student with the basic medical lexicon and the structure on which medical and scientific words are built. These words are used to describe the human body, diseases and conditions, treatments and drugs, using root words, prefixes and suffixes.2NonePHRM1000View