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Small Group CommunicationThis course focuses on the theoretical and practical application of skills used in a small group setting. Students will participate in groups, completing group projects and analyzing group interaction. Emphasis will be on group formation and development, effective leadership, decision making in groups, active participation, conflict resolution, planning and conducting meetings. Gathering information, argumentation and preparing agendas and minutes will also be practiced.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921. Basic computer literacy skills requiredCOMM2060View
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
Soil ScienceThis course will help the student recognize the various types of soils and how plants respond to various soils and soil fertility.3NoneLNDC1271View
Soldering SkillsThis course develops skill in soldering components to a printed circuit board and replacing defective components by desoldering, preparing the board and resoldering new components. A soldering project is fabricated as part of the class. The student will learn the proper use and care of soldering and desoldering equipment. The student will learn the proper use of flux and other chemicals. Safety concerns will be a major component of this course.1NoneELEC1200View
Solid State Components and CircuitsThis course will introduce students to a wide range of active solid-state devices such as transistors, unijunction transistors and silicon-controlled rectifiers. It also teaches how these devices are used in practical circuits such as amplifiers, speed controls, switching circuits and timing circuits. The student will compute component and circuit parameters. These will then be compared with measured data. Circuits will be designed and evaluated by breadboarding and/or computer simulation software.5ELEC1150 or equivalentELEC1250View
Solid Surface FabricationThis course will introduce the student to solid surface materials and focus on industry accepted fabrication techniques. Projects will be constructed. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.2CBTG1121CBTG2450View
SolidWorks Certification ReviewThis course will help prepare students to complete the Certified SolidWorks Associate Exam by creating and examining part and assembly files in a manner consistent with the format of the CSWA exam.1Concurrent enrollment in or completion of ENGC1255 or instructor approvalENGC1260View
SolidWorks IThis course is designed to give students hands-on experience using SolidWorks three-dimensional Parametric CAD software. SolidWorks is a mechanical design software that takes advantage of the familiar Microsoft Windows graphical user interface. The students will use the software to create three-dimensional solid parts and assemblies. The students will also create orthographic projections from the solid geometry. Rapid prototyping may be presented in this course.4NoneENGC1250View
SolidWorks IIThis course is designed to give additional hands-on experience using SolidWorks three-dimensional Parametric CAD software. The students will use the software to create advanced features such as mutlibody solids, sweeps, lofts, and fillets. Additionally, the students will model sheet metal parts, convert solid parts into sheet metal parts, and model sheet metal in context of an assembly. Other topics that may be introduced at the teacher's discretion include file management, customizing the SolidWorks interface, PhotoWorks, Mold Tools, weldments, and surface modeling.4ENGC1250ENGC1255View
Special Fields of DraftingThis is a basic engineering drawing course. It is designed to give the student the necessary skills to draw a variety of type of industrial drawings including weldments, cams, sheet metal developments, piping drawings, jigs and fixtures, and electrical drawings. This course will also introduce the student to the design process.3MACH1056 or ENGC 1011 and one of the following: ENGC1100, ENGC1160, ENGC1250, or ENGC2100ENGC2011View