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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Advanced Welding MethodsModern vehicle designs have very exacting requirements regarding metal joining processes used in their construction and repair. Technicians will be familiar with these processes and will use advanced methods in the duplication of collision repairs.1ABCT1145ABCT2000View
Advanced TroubleshootingThis course will allow students to troubleshoot complex circuits and systems. Students will utilize schematics, wiring diagrams, functional block diagrams, component placement diagrams, deductive reasoning and test equipment to determine faulty circuits and components. A timed practical troubleshooting exercise and the work done during the course will be used to evaluate the student.4ELEC1400 or equivalentELEC2050View
Advanced Tree Climbing OperationsThis course is a continuation of Tree Climbing Operations with emphasis on tree care via rope and saddle climbing. Specialized topics and practices to include: An overview of basic tree climbing, advanced hitches and knots, progressive equipment and techniques, line placement and tree entry, limb walking, pruning techniques, aerial rescue, electrical hazard awareness, and basic rigging.2LNDC1131 and LNDC2150LNDC2155View
Advanced Revit BIM TechnologyThis course will cover advanced topics and features that are available with the Autodesk Revit software. Students will gain an understanding of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and will learn the tools for family creation, collaboration, massing, advanced rendering, walkthroughs, structural framing and details, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems will be implemented.4ARCH2370 OR Previous Revit experienceARCH2936View
Advanced Programmable Logic ControllersThis course is a continuation of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and is designed to give the student a more in-depth working knowledge of the PLC. Advanced programming, troubleshooting and application techniques will be covered. Students will take projects from the design process to the implementation of their design. The projects include: software generated programs, various use of digital and analog input and output devices, field wiring diagrams, machine sequence diagrams and PLC component selection. Students will interface the Allen Bradley PLC with various types of machine and motor controllers including AC and DC devices.3FLPW2000 or equivalent or instructor approvalFLPW2020View
Advanced Programmable Logic ControllersThis course is designed using Allen Bradley PLC's and touch screens. Problem solving and troubleshooting factory controls is stressed. This is accomplished using up to date Rockwell RSLogix, RSLinx, and Panel Builder software. Student will acquire an advanced knowledge of Programmable Logic Controllers and touch screens. Logic concepts, programmable controller program development, I/O configuration and translation from hardware to programmed logic. HMI touch screens and tags are introduced. The student will develop, edit and troubleshoot programs employing a large array of instructions found in typical Automation Robotics Engineering Technology Packaging systems, including logic flow, timers, counters, sequencers, math, and specialty functions. Persons involved with automation including robotics should consider this hands-on course.4ARET1190ARET2110View
Advanced Production LabThis course is offered as Pass/No Credit (P/NC). In this course the student will concentrate on advanced research or production methods that are not included in other courses. A training agreement must be signed by the student and instructor at the beginning of the semester.1_to_8Instructor approvalMMVP2630View
Advanced Production LabThis course is a Pass/No Credit (P/NC). In this course the student will concentrate on advanced research or production methods that are not included in other courses. A training agreement must be signed by the student and the instructor at the beginning of the semester.1_to_8Instructor approvalMGDP2150View
Advanced PhotoshopThis course will cover advanced Photoshop techniques. Included in the course will be combining layers, using layer comps; blend modes used in layers and tools; advanced masking techniques, image presentation, Camera RAW, software integration, output resolution issues, using file formats for various outputs, color modes, color correction for print media and digital formats, duotones, tritones and quadtones, special effects, 3D image manipulation, and vanishing points. Other timely topics will be covered as technology changes during the course structure.3MGDP1230, or instructor approvalMGDP1340View
Advanced Page LayoutThis is an intermediate level of digital page layout designed to solidify concepts learned in the introductory page layout courses. This project-based course takes basic skills to the next level and focuses on production standards for using digital page layout using Adobe InDesign. Students will be required to create various single and multi-page projects emphasizing their ability to utilize page design, color application, color separation, libraries, style sheets, multi-page/master pages, advanced typographical techniques, and various output devices. A final portfolio quality capstone project will culminate course work.3MGDP1230, MGDP1235, MGDP1240, MGDP1310, and MGDP2010 or instructor approvalMGDP1330View