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  • Painting and Refinishing II - AB111

    Course Description:  Select proper personal protective equipment; perform proper shop operations according to OSHA guidelines; remove paint coatings apply corrosion resistant coatings; demonstrate proper spray gun operation and cleaning procedures; select proper painting and substrate materials for projects; analyze paint defects, causes and cures; repair paint defects; measure paint mil thickness; and determine final detail procedures for given projects.

  • Painting and Refinishing III - AB112

    Course Description:  Select proper personal protective equipment; perform proper shop operations according to OSHA guidelines; prepare substrate for refinishing; select appropriate undercoating; use necessary cleaning preparation and protect surface areas to remain unpainted. Mix, catalyze and activate paint; apply paint using various spray techniques; operate high volume and low pressure gun operation. Correct defects; apply color, sanding and buffing techniques to correct surface defects.

  • Painting and Refinishing IV - AB113

    Course Description:  Apply safety procedures in auto body painting and refinishing; perform cleaning procedures for a refinish; prepare adjacent panels for blending; prepare plastic panels for refinishing; protect non-finished areas of vehicle; operate high and low volume/pressure spray guns. Perform paint system applications on vehicle; follow appropriate paint color matching and mixing procedures; tint color using formula to achieve a blended match. Explore the causes, effects and correction of buffing-related imperfections and pigment floatation. Measure mil thickness. Apply decals, transfers, tapes, woodgrains, pinstripes. Apply cleaning techniques to interior, exterior, glass and body openings; remove overspray.

  • Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair II - AB115

    Course Description:  Apply safety procedures. Identify trim and hardware to be protected; examine considerations when working with movable glass. Perform outer body repairs, replacements and adjustments. Perform metal straightening techniques. Perform body filling techniques. Perform metal finishing techniques. Use welding procedures in non-structural damage repair. Distinguish between mechanical and electrical components. Use appropriate cutting procedures. Determine procedures for working with plastics and adhesives.

  • Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair III - AB116

    Course Description:  Demonstrate safety procedures. Remove and install trim and hardware; determine process and procedures necessary for movable glass repair; repair, replace and adjust outer body panels; remove and install mechanical and electrical components. Perform intermediate welding skill. Perform plastic and adhesive repairs.

  • Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair IV - AB117

    Course Description:  Demonstrate safety procedures. Remove and install trim and hardware; repair movable glass; protect adjacent body panels; repair, replace and adjust outer body panels; replace mechanical and electrical components. Perform welding skills. Perform plastic and adhesive repairs.

  • Structural Analysis and Damage Repair II - AB121

    Course Description:  Apply safety requirements related to structural damage repair; analyze frame inspection and repair procedures; determine direct and indirect damage for structural repair; analyze unibody inspection, measurement and repair procedures. Perform welding techniques for structural repair; and identify cutting procedures for structural repair.

  • Mechanical and Electrical Components - AB124

    Course Description:  Demonstrate safety procedures. Determine how to diagnose steering and suspension; diagnose electrical concerns; complete headlamp and fog/driving assemblies and repairs; demonstrate self-grounding procedures for handling electrical components. Determine diagnosis, inspection and service needs for brake hydraulic components; examine components of heating and air conditioning systems; determine the inspection, service and repair needs for collision damaged cooling system components; distinguish between under car components and systems. Determine the diagnosis, inspection and service requirements of active and passive restraint systems.

  • AC/DC Circuits - AE100

    Course Description:  Introductory course on electrical and electronic theory and their applications to alternating and direct current circuits for beginning students with no formal experience in electricity or electronics.

  • Industrial Wiring - AE105

    Course Description:  Introductory course on commercial and industrial wiring and conduit fabrication. Students will calculate the size of electrical loads and determine wiring applications for supply, feeder and branch circuits as they implement code requirements.

  • Programmable Logic Controls (PLCs) - AE150

    Course Description:  This course examines types, installation and troubleshooting of programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Hardware and programming aspects, as well as ladder logic symbols and operations necessary to develop a PLC program, are also covered.

  • Data Communications - AE152

    Course Description:  Underlying principles of current industrial communications systems, including Modbus, Data Highway Plus, TCP/IP, fiber optics, Device Net, and applicable troubleshooting.
    Course Notes:  AE150 may also be taken concurrently.

    • Sections:

      AE152 001222S       Main Campus Closed
        • WHEN
        • Days: T R
        • Times: 08:00 AM - 09:30 AM
        • Start Date: 01/10/2023
        • End Date: 05/04/2023
        • WHERE
        • Campus: Main Campus
        • Building: Industrial Technology Center
        • Room: ITC105
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • James Shannon

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  3.00

      Section Notes:  AE150 may also be taken concurrently.
  • Electrical Maintenance - AE155

    Course Description:  Operation, application, maintenance and troubleshooting of electrical equipment including transformers, relays, motor controls and wiring with emphasis on diagnostic troubleshooting.

  • Variable Frequency Drives and Electric Motors - AE200

    Course Description:  This class is designed for any person requiring a general knowledge and understanding of Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs), electric motors and DC drives.

  • Actuator/Sensor Systems - AE202

    Course Description:  Contemporary control methods in process control and programmable logic control systems including multi-loop systems, open data systems, fuzzy logic and fieldbus technology.

  • Intermediate Programmable Logic Controllers - AE205

    Course Description:  Hands-on experience with modular PLC''s in developing advanced ladder logic programs and routines including applications, advanced PLC instructions, programming and troubleshooting ladder logic for discreet and analog systems.

  • Distributed/Integrated Control Systems - AE250

    Course Description:  Study of distributed and PC-based control systems; integration of process and programmable logic control systems into central control, data gathering and report generating systems.

  • Industrial Robotics - AE255

    Course Description:  This course examines types, applications and troubleshooting of industrial robots and subsystems, including the programming of industrial robotic control software.

  • Introduction to Food Science - AG102

    Course Description:  Survey of food raw materials and their methods of handling, manufacturing, distribution, and consumption.

  • Principles of Animal Science - AG103

    Course Description:  Basic principles which apply to the broad field of animal agriculture; survey of the industry; types, purposes and products of livestock; principles of breeding, selection, nutrition, lactation, reproduction, management and marketing.