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1 Automotive Construction Engineering Graphics HVAC Horticulture Industrial Electronics Industrial Supervision Machine Tool Mechatronics Welding industrial & engineering technology

2 Automotive Technology This program is designed to prepare students to become proficient, entry-level automotive technicians. The program trains students in the testing, diagnosis and servicing of motor vehicles. This program prepares graduates for employment in automotive dealerships and service centers. Classes are offered in the evening at the Hanna-Westside Career Campus. Students may begin classes in the fall or spring terms. General Education requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Major: Automotive Technology Graduation Credits Required: 74 DEGREE General Education: 15 Semester Credit Hours HSS 105 Technology and Culture 3 Required Program Courses: 56 Semester Credit Hours AUT 100 Introduction to Automotive Hazardous Materials 1 AUT 101 Engine Fundamentals 3 AUT 103 Engine Reconditioning 4 AUT 111 Brakes 3 AUT 124 Steering, Suspension and Alignment 4 AUT 132 Automotive Electricity 4 AUT 133 Electrical Fundamentals 3 AUT 145 Engine Performance 3 AUT 152 Automatic Transmission 4 AUT 211 Advanced Brakes 3 AUT 231 Automotive Electronics 4 AUT 241 Automotive Air Conditioning 4 AUT 242 Electronic Climate Control 4 AUT 245 Advanced Engine Performance 5 AUT 252 Advanced Automatic Transmission 4 EGR 110 Introduction to Computer Environment 3 General Electives: 3 Semester Credit Hours 88 CERTIFICATE: Automotive Air Conditioning Systems This certificate will prepare students to work with various air conditioning systems utilized in today's passenger vehicles. Classes will be offered at the Hanna- Westside Extension Campus during the evening. AUT 241 Automotive Air Conditioning 4 AUT 242 Electronic Climate Controls 4 CERTIFICATE: Automotive Braking Systems This certificate will prepare students to work with various braking systems utilized in today's passenger vehicles. Classes will be offered at the Hanna-Westside Extension Campus during the evening. AUT 100 Introduction to Automotive Hazardous Materials 1 AUT 111 Brakes 3 AUT 112 Braking Systems 4 CERTIFICATE: Automotive Engine Electrical Systems This certificate will prepare students to work with various engine electrical systems utilized in today's vehicles. Classes will be offered at the Hanna-Westside Extension Campus during the evening. AUT 132 Automotive Electricity 4 AUT 231 Automotive Electronics 4

3 Automotive Technology CERTIFICATE: Automotive Engine Performance Systems This certificate will prepare students to work with various engine performance systems utilized in today's vehicles. Classes will be offered at the Hanna-Westside Extension Campus during the evening. AUT 145 Engine Performance 3 AUT 245 Advanced Engine Performance 5 CERTIFICATE: Automotive Transmission Systems This certificate will prepare students to work with various transmission systems utilized in today's passenger vehicles. Classes will be offered at the Hanna-Westside Extension Campus during the evening. AUT 152 Automatic Transmission 4 AUT 252 Advanced Automatic Transmission 4 89

4 Construction Technology CERTIFICATE: Basic Carpentry Graduation Credits Required: 9 This certificate is designed to prepare students for entrylevel carpentry jobs and includes construction safety instructions, form carpentry and finish carpentry. Required Program Courses: 9 Semester Credit Hours BCT 202 Principles of Form Construction 4 BCT 203 Exterior and Interior Finishes 5 CERTIFICATE: Residential Wiring This certificate is designed to prepare students to do entry-level work with residential wiring. Heavy emphasis is put on laboratory exercises that cover electrical wiring and building construction safety, and the methods used to successfully and completely wire residential housing. BCT 138 Residential Wiring 5 BCT 139 Advanced Residential Wiring 3 CERTIFICATE: Basic Masonry Graduation Credits Required: 9 This certificate is designed to prepare students for entrylevel masonry jobs and includes construction safety, wall construction and repair, partitions, steps, foundations, floors, and walks. Required Program Courses: 9 Semester Credit Hours MSY 110 Masonry Construction I 5 MSY 112 Brick Masonry 4 CERTIFICATE: Residential Plumbing This certificate is designed to prepare students to do entry- level work with residential plumbing. Heavy emphasis is put on laboratory exercises that cover plumbing and building construction safety, and the methods used to plumb residential housing successfully and completely. BCT 150 Plumbing 5 BCT 151 Introduction to Residential Plumbing 3 90

5 Engineering Graphics Technology This program prepares students to translate product ideas into engineering drawings and documentation using computer software. In addition, students will learn how to draw mechanical parts in three dimensions and use CAD/CAM software and equipment to produce parts. Instruction is included in software packages like Pro/E, Mastercam, and Solid Works. Graduates are typically employed as part of a design team by manufacturing, engineering, and mechanical companies. The Engineering Graphic Technology program offers an associate degree and one certificate option. Program courses are offered during the day beginning in the Fall Semester of each year. Entry during any other term will be permitted but may limit the courses that may be available. Program courses are offered during the day and evening. Full-time day students usually complete degree requirements in five terms. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject to the completion of course prerequisites. Elective Program Courses: 0 Semester Credit Hours General Electives: 3 Semester Credit Hours CERTIFICATE: Basic AutoCAD The Basic AutoCAD certificate provides individuals with an introduction to AutoCAD software and 2D and 3D applications. EGT 109 Introduction to Engineering 3 Design Graphics EGT 150 Basic CAD 2 EGT 156 Intermediate CAD Applications 3 Major: Engineering Graphics Technology Graduation Credits Required: 65 DEGREE General Education: 18 Semester Credit Hours HSS 105 Technology and Culture 3 MAT 171 Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry II 3 Required Program Courses: 44 Semester Credit Hours ARV 223 3D Animation I 3 EGR 194 Statics and Strength of Materials 4 EGT 101 Basic Technical Drawing 2 EGT 115 Engineering Graphics II 4 EGT 119 Geometrics 3 EGT 151 Introduction to CAD 3 EGT 165 Introduction to CAD/CAM 2 EGT 210 Engineering Graphics III 4 EGT 215 Mechanical Drawing Applications 4 EGT 245 Principles of Parametric CAD 3 EGT 251 Principles of CAD 3 EGT 252 Advanced CAD 3 EGT 258 Applications of CAD 3 EGT 265 CAD/CAM Applications 3 91

6 General Engineering Technology Students who enjoy solving problems and want to work with sophisticated robots should consider General Engineering Technology. The program teaches students how computers communicate with machines. Students learn to program and troubleshoot computers, robots, and automated equipment. This degree prepares the student to pursue a career as an electromechanical or automation technician. Program courses are offered during the day beginning in the Fall Semester of each year. Entry during any other term will be permitted but may limit the courses that may be available. Courses are offered in the fall, spring and summer terms on a one-time per year basis for most of the required General Engineering Technology courses. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program, with the exception of math and physics. Courses can be completed in any order, subject to the completion of course prerequisites. A student taking maximum loads can complete the program in five terms. Major: General Engineering Technology Graduation Credits Required: 70 DEGREE General Education: 18 Semester Credit Hours HSS 105 Technology and Culture 3 MAT 171 Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry II 3 Required Program Courses: 49 Semester Credit Hours AMT 102 Computer Controlled Machinery 4 AMT 103 Sensors 3 AMT 104 Automated Work Cell Design 4 EET 113 Electrical Circuits 4 EET 131 Active Devices 4 EET 145 Digital Circuits 4 EET 175 Introduction to Photonics 4 EET 235 Programmable Controllers 3 EET 274 Selected Topics in Electrical/Electronics 3 Engineering Technology EGR 130 Engineering Technology Applications 3 and Programming EGR 184 Problem Based Integrated Technology 3 EGR 194 Static and Strength of Materials 4 EGT 152 Fundamentals of CAD 3 MET 224 Hydraulics and Pneumatics 3 Elective Program Courses: 0 Semester Credit Hours General Electives: 3 Semester Credit Hours CERTIFICATE: Engineering Science - Transfer Graduation Credits Required: 27 This certificate covers courses ordinarily required of freshmen students who wish to major in a four-year engineering program. Graduates may apply for transfer to a four-year institution, or continue studies at a two-year institution and apply for transfer later. Required Program Courses: 24 Semester Credit Hours CHM 110 College Chemistry I 4 EGR 269 Engineering Disciplines and Skills 2 ENG 101 English Composition I 3 ENG 102 English Composition II 3 MAT 140 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I 4 MAT 141 Analytical Geometry & Calculus II 4 PHY 221 University Physics I 4 Elective Program Courses: 3 Semester Credit Hours* EGR 270 Introduction to Engineering 3 EGR 275 Introduction to Engineering/ Computer Graphics 3 CHT 275 Chemical Process Technology 3 *Students must meet with an advisor to choose electives and learn about additional requirements and/or academic major requirements of the transfer institution. 92

7 Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Technology This program teaches the fundamentals of heating and air systems from building and installing systems to repairing, maintaining and operating systems. Graduates service equipment in homes, businesses, and/or industries. Day and evening classes are available, and students may enter any term. For students that work swing shifts, classes may be arranged around their work schedule. (It is recommended that swing shift students follow the evening schedule.) Full-time day students can expect to complete the program in two years. Evening students should allow at least three years to complete the degree. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject to the completion of course prerequisites. Major: Heating, Ventilation, and Air- Conditioning Technology Graduation Credits Required: 67 Elective Program Courses: 0 Semester Credit Hours General Electives: 6 Semester Credit Hours CERTIFICATE: Beginning Air Conditioning/ Refrigeration This certificate will offer documentation of basic knowledge in the field of ACR. Students will be prepared for entry-level positions as multi-skilled technicians or for positions in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) sales. ACR 101 Fundamentals of Refrigeration 5 IMT 112 Hand Tool Operations 3 DEGREE General Education: 15 Semester Credit Hours HSS 105 Technology and Culture 3 Note: See section titled General Education Course Requirements on page 29. Required Program Courses: 46 Semester Credit Hours ACR 101 Fundamentals of Refrigeration 5 ACR 102 Tools and Service Techniques 3 ACR 104 Print Reading for HVAC 1 ACR 106 Basic Electricity for HVAC/R 4 ACR 110 Heating Fundamentals 4 ACR 120 Basic Air Conditioning 4 ACR 150 Basic Sheet Metal 2 ACR 210 Heat Pumps 4 ACR 220 Advanced Air Conditioning 4 ACR 221 Residential Load Calculations 2 ACR 224 Codes and Ordinances 2 ACR 231 Advance Refrigeration 4 ACR 240** Advanced Automatic Controls 3 ACR 241** Pneumatic Controls 2 IMT 142 Electric Motors 2 ** May substitute with an EEM course with advisor approval. 93

8 Horticulture Technology CERTIFICATE: Horticulture Landscape Management Graduation Credits Required: 25 This certificate equips students with the latest horticultural technologies and hands-on experience. Subject matter includes landscape design, plant materials, pest control and power equipment use. Required Program Courses: 25 Semester Credit Hours HRT 104 Landscape Design & Implementation 3 HRT 113 Plant Materials 3 HRT 133 Basic Plant Propagation 2 HRT 143 Insect and Pest Control 3 HRT 202 Horticulture Chemicals 2 HRT 260 Horticulture Power Equipment 4 TUF 106 Agricultural Electronics 2 TUF 172 Turf Management I 3 Spanish Elective 3 94

9 Industrial Electronics Technology This program trains future instrumentation technicians. Students learn methods of producing, transmitting, and distributing electrical power. Students gain experience with industry relevant equipment in a hands-on environment. Graduates have the necessary skills to troubleshoot and maintain sophisticated electronic equipment used in modern industrial facilities. A wide range of course offerings make graduates marketable to a variety of industries. The Industrial Electronics program offers the associate degree and two certificate options. Credit for courses in the certificates also can be applied toward the associate degree. Day and evening classes are available. Although major courses begin in the Fall Semester, students may enter any term. Full-time students usually complete requirements in five terms. Part-time students, day or evening, should allow nine to eleven consecutive terms to earn the degree. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject to the completion of course prerequisites. Credit for courses taken prior to entering the program requires department head approval. Major: Industrial Electronics Technology Graduation Credits Required: 77 DEGREE General Education: 15 Semester Credit Hours HSS 105 Technology and Culture 3 Note: See section titled General Education Course Requirements on page 29. Required Program Courses: 56 Semester Credit Hours EEM 111 DC Analysis 3 EEM 112 AC Analysis 3 EEM 115 DC Circuits 4 EEM 116 AC Circuits 4 EEM 131 Solid-State Devices 4 EEM 145 Control Circuits OR 3 EEM 151 Motor Controls I 4 EEM 152 Motor Controls II 4 EEM 161 Industrial Instruments 4 EEM 171 Electrical Installation/Electrical Code 4 EEM 200 Semiconductor Devices 4 EEM 217 AC/DC Machines with Electrical Codes 4 EEM 230 Digital Electronics 4 EEM 250 Programmable Logic Controllers 4 EEM 274 Technical Systems Troubleshooting 4 EGR 110 Introduction to Computer Environment 3 Elective Program Courses: 0 Semester Credit Hours General Electives: 6 Semester Credit Hours CERTIFICATE: Basic Electronics Graduation Credits Required: 16 This certificate is designed to give students the knowledge needed to understand basic electrical/electronic fundamentals, and to do basic troubleshooting on electrical/electronic circuitry. Required Program Courses: 16 Semester Credit Hours EEM 115 DC Circuits 4 EEM 116 AC Circuits 4 EEM 131 Solid State Devices 4 EEM 230 Digital Electronics 4 CERTIFICATE: Utility Service Technician This certificate is designed for technicians who desire the entry-level skills sought by utility companies that use poles for offering service. Electrical companies, communications companies, and cable service companies are particularly interested in individuals that have some training in pole climbing. Students will complete the certificate in one semester. Required Program Courses: 8 Semester Hours EEM 127 Electrical Transmission/Pole Climbing 4 IMT 140 Industrial Electricity 4 95

10 Industrial Supervision Technology Students who are team players and can handle responsibility should consider Industrial Supervision Technology. This program equips students for a career as a supervisor in manufacturing by teaching leadership and communication skills, Lean Manufacturing practices, production scheduling, quality principles, managerial accounting, and industrial safety. Students can customize their degree to fit a particular industry or interest area by choosing technical electives from any Industrial or Engineering Technology specialty area. The Industrial Supervision Technology program offers an associate degree and five certificate options. Day and evening classes are available. Although major courses start in the Fall Semester, students may enter any term. Full-time day students usually complete degree requirements in four terms. Students working swing shifts can have classes arranged around their work schedules. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject to the completion of course prerequisites. Major: Industrial Supervision Technology Graduation Credits Required: 69 DEGREE General Education: 15 Semester Credit Hours HSS 105 Technology and Culture 3 Note: See section titled General Education Course Requirements on page 29. Required Program Courses: 32 Semester Credit Hours ACC 115 Managerial Accounting 3 AMT 104 Automated Work Cell Design 4 EGR 110 Introduction to Computer Environment 3 EGT 270 Manufacturing Integration 4 IMG 115 Management Safety 3 IMG 233 Industrial Supervision 3 IMT 181 Industrial Operations I 3 QAT 101 Introduction to Quality Assurance 3 QAT 102 Quality Concepts and Techniques 3 QAT 103 Quality Management 3 Elective Program Courses: 16 Semester Credit Hours Selections may be made from any Industrial and Engineering Technology technical field. General Electives: 6 Semester Credit Hours CERTIFICATE: Introduction to Manufacturing Management Technology Graduation Credits Required: 12 This certificate is designed for students interested in acquiring the skills needed to be a manager in a manufacturing environment. Required Program Courses: 12 Semester Credit Hours IMG 115 Management Safety 3 IMG 233 Industrial Supervision 3 QAT 101 Introduction to Quality Assurance 3 Manufacturing Elective 3 CERTIFICATE: Manufacturing and Continuous Process Improvement Graduation Credits Required: 20 This certificate is designed for the student interested in continuous improvement systems for quality, productivity, waste, and cost in a manufacturing environment. Principles of Lean Manufacturing and automated work cells are emphasized. Coursework in modern manufacturing technologies is combined with plant visits. Required Program Courses: 20 Semester Credit Hours AMT 104 Automated Work Cell Design 4 EGT 270 Manufacturing Integration 4 IMT 181 Industrial Operations I 3 QAT 101 Introduction to Quality Assurance 3 QAT 102 Quality Concepts and Techniques 3 QAT 103 Quality Management 3 96

11 Industrial Supervision Technology CERTIFICATE: Textile Yarn Manufacturing Graduation Credits Required: 10 Designed for the student desiring to study the technology and processing requirements involved in the manufacturing of textile yarns in a modern textile facility. Required Program Courses: 10 Semester Credit Hours TEX 101 Fundamentals of Textiles 3 TEX 102 Textile Fiber Processing 3 TEX 201 Textile Manufacturing and Synthetic 4 Fibers CERTIFICATE: Introduction to Quality Assurance Graduation Credits Required: 9 The purpose of this certificate is to acquire the basic skills needed by a quality assurance technician in a manufacturing environment. Required Program Courses: 9 Semester Credit Hours QAT 101 Introduction to Quality Assurance 3 QAT 102 Quality Concepts and Techniques 3 QAT 103 Quality Management 3 97

12 Machine Tool Technology Machine Tool Technology prepares the student for a promising career in the growing metalworking industry as a tool and die maker, tool inspector, machinist, CNC operator/programmer, foreman, manufacturing process technician, or quality/production control technician. Students learn to use standard machine tools milling machines, lathes, grinders, drill presses, and computer numerical control (CNC) equipment. In addition, students learn how to build tools, dies, jigs, fixtures, gauges, and intricate mechanisms, and they study the properties of metals and heat treatment. Graduates are in great demand because they make the precision parts for the tooling and machinery used in manufacturing plants. The Machine Tool Technology program offers an associate degree and four certificate options. Credit for courses in the certificates also can be applied toward the associate degree. Day and evening classes are available. Although it is best to start in the Fall Semester when major courses begin, students may enter any term. Full-time day students usually complete requirements in five terms. Evening students should allow at least nine terms to earn the degree. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject to the completion of course prerequisites. Major: Machine Tool Technology Graduation Credits Required: 70 DEGREE General Education: 15 Semester Credit Hours HSS 105 Technology and Culture 3 Note: See section titled General Education Course Requirements on page 29. Required Program Courses: 52 Semester Credit Hours EGT 106 Print Reading and Sketching 3 MTT 121 Machine Tool Theory I 3 MTT 122 Machine Tool Practice I 4 MTT 123 Machine Tool Theory II 3 MTT 124 Machine Tool Practice II 4 MTT 125 Machine Tool Theory III 3 MTT 126 Machine Tool Practice III 4 MTT 141 Metals and Heat Treatment 3 MTT 205 Tool and Die Math Applications 3 MTT 211 Die Theory 3 MTT 212 Tool Design 4 MTT 222 Tool and Diemaking Practice I 4 MTT 224 Tool and Diemaking Practice II 4 MTT 251 CNC Operations 3 MTT 252 CNC Setup and Operations 4 Elective Program Courses: 0 Semester Credit Hours General Electives: 3 Semester Credit Hours CERTIFICATE: Introduction to CNC Certificate Graduation Credits Required: 11 The Introduction to CNC Certificate program provides the participants with an overview of basic CNC mill and lathe operations, setup, and programming. Required Program Courses: 11 Semester Credit Hours MTT 248 Manual Programming and Operations 5 MTT 250 Principles of CNC 3 MTT 253 CNC Programming and Operations 3 CERTIFICATE: Basic Machining Graduation Credits Required: 14 The Basic Machining Certificate prepares participants to safely operate drill presses, metal-cutting saws, lathes, milling machines, and grinders to produce precision parts; to utilize appropriate speeds, feeds, and tooling; and to use precision measuring instruments. Required Program Courses: 14 Semester Credit Hours MTT 121 Machine Tool Theory I 3 MTT 122 Machine Tool Practice I 4 MTT 123 Machine Tool Theory II 3 MTT 124 Machine Tool Practice II 4 98

13 Machine Tool Technology CERTIFICATE: CAD/CAM/CNC FUNDAMENTALS Graduation Credits Required: 9 The CAD/CAM/CNC certificate prepares participants to work as CNC operators or CAD/CAM programmers on a variety of CNC machines. In addition, students will learn to use MasterCAM's computer aided software program. Students will produce manufactured parts on CNC machines from 2D and 3D drawings. The Intro to CNC Certificate is a prerequisite for this certificate. Required Program Courses: 9 Semester Credit Hours MTT 253 CNC Programming and Operations 3 MTT 254 CNC Programming I 3 MTT 255 CNC Programming II 3 CERTIFICATE: CNC Math and Print Reading Graduation Credits Required: 9 The CNC Math and Print Reading Certificate provides participants with the basic math, geometry, trigonometry, and print-reading skills needed to program and operate CNC machines. Required Program Courses: 9 Semester Credit Hours EGT 106 Print Reading and Sketching 3 EGT 151 Introduction to CAD 3 MTT 205 Tool and Die Math Applications 3 99

14 Mechatronics Technology Industry depends on well-trained electromechanical technicians to keep production machinery operating. Students learn skills to diagnose, repair, install, and service electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electromechanical systems. The Mechatronics Technology program offers an associate degree and two certificate options. The General Technology program with a concentration in Mechatronics allows students to combine fundamental General Education courses with a technical specialty to form a degree program. The program assists students in acquiring the multifunction skills needed in today s manufacturing environment. Day and evening classes are available. Full-time day students usually complete requirements in five terms. For students taking a reduced load, a degree requires eight to ten terms. Courses taken in this curriculum are contracted between the student and the major curriculum department head using the guidelines below. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject to the completion of course prerequisites. Major: General Technology Graduation Credits Required: 75 General Education: 15 Semester Credit Hours HSS 105 Technology and Culture 3 IMT 131 Hydraulics and Pneumatics 4 IMT 140 Industrial Electricity 5 IMT 141 Electrical Control Devices 5 IMT 161 Mechanical Power Applications 4 IMT 170 Statistical Process Controls 3 IMT 203 Mechanical Troubleshooting 4 IMT 230 Reliability Centered Maintenance 3 Technical Elective: 3 Semester Credit Hours Selection must be made from any Industrial and Engineering Technology field. CERTIFICATE: Mechatronics Technology I Graduation Credits Required: 32 Based on job analyses in advanced manufacturing plants, this certificate will cross-train students with a system of modular components emphasizing mechanical, electrical and robotics processes called mechatronics. Required Program Courses: 32 Semester Credit Hours AMT 105 Robotics and Automated Control I 3 EGT 123 Industrial Print Reading 2 IMT 112 Hand Tool Operations 3 IMT 131 Hydraulics and Pneumatics 4 IMT 140 Industrial Electricity 5 IMT 141 Electrical Control Devices 5 IMT 161 Mechanical Power Applications 4 MAT 170 Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry I 3 Note: See section titled General Education Course Requirements on page 29. Major Concentration Courses: 57 Semester Credit Hours AMT 105 Robotics & Automated Control 3 AMT 205 Robotics & Automated Control II 3 EEM 131 Solid State Devices 4 EEM 162 Introduction to Process Control 3 EEM 217 AC/DC Machines with Electrical Codes 4 EEM 250 Programmable Logic Controllers 4 EGR 110 Introduction to Computer Environment 3 EGT 123 Industrial Print Reading 2 IMT 112 Hand Tool Operations 3 100

15 Mechatronics Technology CERTIFICATE: Mechatronics Technology II Graduation Credits Required: 28 Based on job task analyses in advanced manufacturing plants, this advanced certificate will prepare students to support highly automated processes utilizing Programmable Logic Controllers, advanced robotics and necessary peripheral equipment. Required Program Courses: 28 Semester Credit Hours AMT 205 Robotics and Automated Control II 3 EEM 131 Solid State Devices 4 EEM 162 Introduction to Process Control 3 EEM 217 AC/DC Machines with Electrical Codes 4 EEM 250 Programmable Logic Controllers 4 IMT 170 Statistical Process Control 3 IMT 203 Mechanical Troubleshooting 4 IMT 230 Reliability Centered Maintenance 3 101

16 Welding Technology Day, afternoon, and evening classes are available, and students may enter any term. Full-time day students usually complete requirements in five to six terms. For students taking a reduced load, a degree requires eight to ten terms. Courses taken in this curriculum are contracted between the student and the major curriculum department head using the guidelines below. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject to the completion of course prerequisites. DEGREE General Education: 15 Semester Credit Hours ENG 165 HSS 105 MAT 170 PHY 101 PSY 120 Professional Communications Technology and Culture Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry I Survey of Physics Organizational Psychology Note: See section titled General Education Course Requirements on page 22. Major Concentration Courses: 31 Semester Credit Hours The Welding program prepares students for a variety of employment opportunities, primarily in construction and metalworking. Courses offer hands-on, practical training in basic and advanced welding techniques. Students learn to weld steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and pipe, as well as brazing and other welding skills needed in the workplace. The Welding Technology program offers an associate degree option in General Technology, a diploma option, and three certificate options. Major: General Technology Graduation Credits Required: 67 The associate degree program option allows students to combine fundamental General Education courses with a technical specialty and electives to form a degree program. This program assists students in acquiring the multifunctional skills needed in today s manufacturing environment. 102 WLD 106 WLD 108 WLD 110 WLD 113 WLD 132 WLD 140 WLD 141 WLD 154 WLD 201 WLD 208 WLD 235 Gas and Arc Welding Gas Metal Arc Welding I Welding Safety and Health Arc Welding II Inert Gas Welding Ferrous Weld Testing Weld Quality Pipe Fitting and Welding Welding Metallurgy Advanced Pipe Welding Robotic Welding I Note: Due to the needed skills in the welding trade, substitute or additional courses may be necessary upon the request and approval of the department head. Minor Concentration Courses: 15 Semester Credit Hours EGR 110 Introduction to Computer EGT 103 Print Reading EGT 114 Welding Print Basics Technical Electives form a program other than major General Electives: 6 Semester Credit Hours

17 Welding Technology DIPLOMA: Welding Graduation Credit Required: 42 Acetylene, arc, MIG and TIG welding are covered in this program. Students also will learn many processes such as dual-shielded flux-cored arc welding, plasma and carbon arc cutting. Students will develop proficiency in the welding of steel, stainless steel, mechanical and manual cutting, and pipe welding. Day, afternoon, and evening classes are available, and students may enter any term. Evening students should allow at least four terms to earn their diploma. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject to the completion of course prerequisites. General Education: 9 Semester Credit Hours Note: See section titled General Education Course Requirements on page 22. Required Program Courses: 33 Semester Credit Hours EGR 110 Introduction to Computer Environment 3 EGT 103 Print Reading 2 EGT 114 Welding Print Basics 2 WLD 106 Gas and Arc Welding 4 WLD 108 Gas Metal Arc Welding I 4 WLD 110 Welding Safety and Health 1 WLD 113 Arc Welding II 4 WLD 132 Inert Gas Welding Ferrous 4 WLD 140 Weld Testing 1 WLD 141 Weld Quality 2 WLD 154 Pipe Fitting and Welding 4 WLD 201 Welding Metallurgy 2 Elective Program Courses: 0 Semester Credit Hours General Electives: 0 Semester Credit Hours CERTIFICATE: Gas and Arc Welding Graduation Credits Required: 9 Acetylene welding, brazing and cutting, arc fillet welding in all positions, and advanced arc groove welding in all positions are taught in this certificate. All welds are to be made on carbon steel. A full-time student can complete this certificate in one semester. Required Program Courses: 9 Semester Credit Hours WLD 106 Gas and Arc Welding 4 WLD 110 Welding Safety and Health 1 WLD 113 Arc Welding II 4 CERTIFICATE: MIG and TIG Welding Graduation Credits Required: 13 Acetylene welding, brazing and cutting, arc fillet welding in all positions, MIG fillet welding in all positions, and TIG fillet welding in all positions are taught in this certificate. All welds are to be made on carbon steel. A full-time student can complete this certificate in two semesters. Required Program Courses: 13 Semester Credit Hours WLD 106 Gas and Arc Welding 4 WLD 108 Gas Metal Arc Welding I 4 WLD 110 Welding Safety and Health 1 WLD 132 Inert Gas Welding Ferrous 4 CERTIFICATE: Operation of Manufacturing Robots Graduation Credits Required: 13 Development and implementation of Gas Metal Arc Welding through robotic application in a manufacturing environment. Required Program Courses: 13 Semester Credit Hours WLD 106 Gas and Arc Welding 4 WLD 108 Gas Metal Arc Welding I 2 WLD 110 Welding Safety and Health 1 WLD 235 Robotic Welding I 2 WLD 240 Robotic Welding and Manufacturing 4 103

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