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Course Numbers Explanation Schedule of Classes


All “TECH” prefix courses are Associate in Applied Science in Applied Technology courses

TECH 1110 Introduction to Applied Technology Studies Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course may be offered as a specific component or embedded into other courses within the program.  The student’s introduction to the occupation will include: job opportunities, entry-level skill requirements, and training options.  Credit Variable: one, two, or three semester hours.  Prerequisite:  None

TECH 1120 Workplace Equipment Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course may be offered as a specific component or embedded into other courses within the program.  The student will be introduced to the various specialized equipment/instruments associated with the workplace.  Credit Variable: one, two, or three semester hours.  Prerequisite:  None

TECH 1130 Safety Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course may be offered as a specific component or embedded into other courses within the program.  The student will be introduced to safety awareness in the workplace, including: procedures for handling various materials; different types of equipment; the effects on the human body; the most frequent injuries; how to protect the body; and, the various organizational and governmental regulations.  Credit Variable: one, two, or three semester hours.  Prerequisite:  None

TECH 1140 Applied Math  Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course may be offered as a specific component or embedded into other courses within the program.  The course is designed to teach technical/occupational program students the necessary Math skills associated with the workplace.  Credit Variable: one, two, or three semester hours.  Prerequisite:  None

TECH 1150 Blueprint/Schematic Reading  Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course may be offered as a specific component or embedded into other courses within the program.  It covers such areas as reading technical drawings, preliminary sketches, and graphical methods of presenting and analyzing data including charts, graphs, schematics, and diagrams.  This course is designed to provide technical/ occupational students with basic knowledge about graphical communications.  Credit Variable: one, two, or three semester hours.  Prerequisite:  None

TECH 2110 Basic Applications I Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course is designed to enable students to develop skills in an applied setting.  Beginning level techniques are developed through the design and completion of projects.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from the Instructor.

TECH 2120  Basic Applications II   Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course is designed to enable students to develop skills in an applied setting.  Beginning level techniques are developed through the design and completion of projects.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from  the Instructor.

TECH 2130 Basic Applications III   Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course is designed to enable students to develop skills in an applied setting.  Beginning level techniques are developed through the design and completion of projects.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from the Instructor.

TECH 2210 Intermediate Applications I  Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course is designed to enable students to develop skills in an applied setting.  Intermediate level techniques are developed through the design and completion of projects.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from the Instructor

TECH 2220 Intermediate Applications II  Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course is designed to enable students to develop skills in an applied setting.  Intermediate level techniques are developed through the design and completion of projects.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from the Instructor.

TECH 2230 Intermediate Applications III  Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course is designed to enable students to develop skills in an applied setting.  Intermediate level techniques are developed through the design and completion of projects.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from  the Instructor.

TECH 2310 Advanced Applications I Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course is designed to enable students to develop skills in an applied setting.  Advanced level techniques are developed through the design and completion of projects.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from the  Instructor.

TECH 2320 Advanced Applications II Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course is designed to enable students to develop skills in an applied setting.  Advanced level techniques are developed through the design and completion of projects.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from the Instructor.

TECH 2330 Advanced Applications III Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course is designed to enable students to develop skills in an applied setting.  Advanced level techniques are developed through the design and completion of projects.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours.  Prerequisite:  Permission from the Instructor.

TECH 2420 Quality Control  Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The course may be offered as a specific component or embedded into other courses within the program.  This course is designed to teach the concepts and techniques of quality control in the workplace, the applications of these techniques to workplace problems, and the utilization of related reference materials, which are typically used in any technical/occupational program.  Credit Variable: one, two or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from  the Instructor.

TECH 2430 Special Topics in Applied Technology  Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  The student will demonstrate competencies in selected topics within the technical/occupational program.  This course will focus on a specific area related to equipment, procedures, and/or functions, which will benefit the student with additional comprehension of the program emphasis and/or industry.  Enrollment may be repeated with a change of topics.  Credit Variable: one, two, or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from the  Instructor.

TECH 2440 Special Projects in Applied Technology  Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  As a capstone course of the technical/occupational program, the student will demonstrate the collective knowledge, skills and techniques acquired in the program courses by creating and presenting a representative project.  The project must reflect the standards relative to the program emphasis and/or industry.  Enrollment may be repeated with a change in project.  Credit Variable: one, two, or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from the Instructor.

TECH 2450 Internship Varies

The content of this course relates to any technical/occupational program.  This course allows credit to be given for on-the-job training experience in an appropriate business, industry, government agency, or institution.  Enrollment may be repeated.  Credit Variable: one, two, or three semester hours. Prerequisite:  Permission from the Instructor.

 

 

 

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03/06/2007