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Territory/Account ManagementThis course covers identifying prospects, management of time in relation to territory assignments, management of territory for profit, how to schedule activities, develop sales strategies and maintain account records. The concepts will be learned through case studies or a live territory project.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0930BUSN1060View
Ten-Key Calculator for AccountingThis course is designed for the student to learn the ten-key touch method for calculators. The student learns to use the calculator in math and accounting applications.2NoneACCT1116View
TelemetryThis course covers the fundamental concepts of signal interfacing and telemetry circuits in industrial situations. 2ELEC2400ELEC2420View
Technical WritingThis course will enhance students` abilities to write effective technical reports. Emphasis will be on effective writing styles, audience analysis, ethics, intercultural issues, documentation of sources, designing visual aides, and practicing outlining techniques to create instructions and process reports. Students also will plan, organize, and complete a persuasive proposal.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026 and Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL2125View
Tactical Driving for Law Enforcement StudentsThis course will introduce Law Enforcement students to basic defensive and emergency driving techniques. The student will be able to demonstrate techniques of operating a Law Enforcement vehicle in both emergency and non-emergency modes while avoiding accidents despite the actions of others. This class will be presented in both lecture and demonstration of skills. Students will demonstrate backing in cornering situations, long distance higher speed backing techniques and tight maneuvering exercises. There will be exercises that show basic evasive and collision avoidance driving techniques. The skid control portion is designed to show the student how to steer out of a skid. It will also emphasize proper recovery techniques with the use of accelerator, steering inputs and use of brakes. This class is taught at a location to be determined; it is a two day, 16 hour program and is graded pass/fail.0Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2300View
Systems Analysis This course presents a practical approach to systems analysis and design using a blend of traditional development methodologies with current technologies. Students will gain an understanding of the activities involved in all phases of the Systems Development Life Cycle. The course will focus on real-world business systems and will help students to understand how information technology supports operational and business requirements in today’s fast-changing technology environment.4CCIS1000CCIS2801View
Systematic Medical Device ProtocolThis course introduces students to the concepts, principles and specific requirements regarding Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) that strictly regulate how organizations must adhere to a systematic approach to the production of medical devices.3Instructors approvalPLST2030View
System Engineering PortfolioThis course is designed to allow the student to practice all of the principles learned in the fluid power curricula. The student will work with the instructor and industry to design a project integrating electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatics. The student will develop a concept, the schematics, bill of materials and operating manuals for a major portfolio project. The students may work in teams with other manufacturing majors. Communication skills verbal, written and electronic will be emphasized. Teams will evaluate merits of projects and decide which projects should be further explored and fabricated. Hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, mechanical and electronic systems will be interfaced.3FLPW1231, FLPW1340, FLPW2112, FLPW2180, FLPW2191, and FLPW2301 or instructor approvalFLPW2321View
Sustainable Landscape Design IIThis course is a continuation of Landscape Design I. Advanced design concepts, problem solving and sustainable landscape solutions will be covered. Students will take projects through the complete design process from site analysis to concept and working drawings.3LNDC2160LNDC2171View
Sustainable Landscape Design IThis course is designed to give the student a fundamental knowledge of landscape design principles and an opportunity to develop skills in designing and drafting landscape plans. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) will be covered for landscape projects.4NoneLNDC2160View