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  • 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.

  • Digital Multimeter Principles - AE101

    Course Description:  In-depth understanding and working knowledge of multimeters. Digital Multimeter Principles will help students develop a working knowledge of troubleshooting techniques to apply in the field.
    Course Notes:  Concurrent enrollment in AE100.

    • Sections:

      AE101 001232S       Main Campus
        • WHEN
        • Days: M
        • Times: 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
        • Start Date: 03/25/2024
        • End Date: 04/22/2024
        • WHERE
        • Campus: Main Campus
        • Building: Shears Technology Center
        • Room: STC136
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Victor Martinez Gonzalez

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  1.00

      Section Notes:  Concurrent enrollment in AE100.
  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Control Systems Development - AE252

    Course Description:  Practical application of problems in control systems technology, application of studied concepts toward the development of a control solution by evaluating the problem definition and providing the control system to solve that problem.

  • Drawing I - AR110

    Course Description:  Introduction to drawing for art and non-art majors focusing on observation and representation from a variety of sources.

  • Marketing Applications for Entrepreneurs - BU152

    Course Description:  Market analysis, defining target markets and setting marketing objectives for a new or existing small business; specific strategies for achieving marketing objectives and identifying relevant aspects of product, price, place and promotion.

    • Sections:

      BU152 001232S       Main Campus Closed
        • WHEN
        • Days: R
        • Times: 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
        • Start Date: 01/25/2024
        • End Date: 02/22/2024
        • WHERE
        • Campus: Main Campus
        • Building: Shears Technology Center
        • Room: STC112
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Matt Smith

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  1.00

      Section Notes:  Workshop format.Attendance and participation are required.
  • Developing the Business Plan - BU156

    Course Description:  Developing a comprehensive business plan for a small business venture with guidance and assistance from the instructor in the completion of the business plan.

    • Sections:

      BU156 001232S       Main Campus
        • WHEN
        • Days: R
        • Times: 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
        • Start Date: 03/28/2024
        • End Date: 04/25/2024
        • WHERE
        • Campus: Main Campus
        • Building: Shears Technology Center
        • Room: STC112
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Matt Smith

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  1.00

      Section Notes:  Workshop format.Attendance and participation are required.
  • Conduit Fabrication - EE117

    Course Description:  Principles of different conduit types, how to calculate bends, and how to perform various conduit bends.
    Course Notes:  Course is part of a Department of Labor approved Apprenticeship Program. Typically taken during the first year.

  • NEC Codeology - EE126

    Course Description:  Navigation of structure and organization of National Electrical Code codebook chapters and tables.
    Course Notes:  Course is part of a Department of Labor approved Apprenticeship Program. Typically taken in the second year.

  • Firefighter Fitness and Conditioning I - FS145

    Course Description:  Preparation of fire science students for the physical requirements needed to pass fitness tests and the demands of a career in the fire service.

  • Intermediate Algebra - MA105

    Course Description:  Elementary algebra including exponents, radicals, quadratic formula, systems of equations, graphing and other topics preparatory to MA106 College Algebra.

  • College Algebra - MA106

    Course Description:  Theory of equations, functions, inverse functions, complex numbers, determinants and matrices. Recommended for students majoring in Pre-Health, Science, Engineering, Architecture, Math, and Business.
    Course Notes:  HS GPA of 3.5 or above, ACT Math Score of 21 or higher, or Accuplacer score of 263 or above.

  • Fundamentals of Motor Controls - ME110

    Course Description:  Principles and operations of motor controls with emphasis on maintenance, operation, and utilization.

  • HVAC Fundamentals - ME115

    Course Description:  Introduction to the fundamentals of heating and air-conditioning in residential applications including system design and troubleshooting.

  • Commercial Refrigeration - ME116

    Course Description:  Introduction to refrigeration systems used for commercial applications.

  • Commercial Heating and Air Conditioning - ME117

    Course Description:  Heating and air conditioning in commercial applications including system design and troubleshooting.

  • Solar PV Fundamentals - ME119

    Course Description:  Essentials of solar power systems and components, design and installation, production and maintenance with consideration of safety and codes for wiring, grounding, and construction.

  • Low Pressure Boilers - ME140

    Course Description:  Introduction to safe and efficient operation of low pressure boilers and related equipment.

  • American Sign Language (ASL) I - NC302

    Course Description:  Learn basic (ASL) concepts including finger spelling, basic ASL grammar, and introduction to Deaf customs and culture.

    • Sections:

      NC302 001232S       Main Campus Canceled
        • WHEN
        • Days: R
        • Times: 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
        • Start Date: 01/18/2024
        • End Date: 03/07/2024
        • WHERE
        • Campus: Main Campus
        • Building: Peel Allied Health Center
        • Room: PC114
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Glenda Lickteig

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  0.00

      Section Notes:  Learn basic concepts including finger spelling, basic ASL grammar, and introductions to deaf customs and culture. $75 cost for students.
    • NC302 002232S       Main Campus Canceled
        • WHEN
        • Days: R
        • Times: 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
        • Start Date: 03/21/2024
        • End Date: 05/02/2024
        • WHERE
        • Campus: Main Campus
        • Building: Peel Allied Health Center
        • Room: PC114
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Glenda Lickteig

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  0.00

      Section Notes:  Learn basic concepts including vocabulary, basic grammar, and an introduction to deaf customs and culture.
    • NC302 003232S       Main Campus
        • WHEN
        • Days: R
        • Times: 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
        • Start Date: 03/21/2024
        • End Date: 05/02/2024
        • WHERE
        • Campus: Main Campus
        • Building: Peel Allied Health Center
        • Room: PC114
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Glenda Lickteig

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  0.00