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PTA / Clinical Education IV

Technical Hours: 3
PTA 2443 - Clinical Education IV (Prerequisites: All Core Physical Therapist Assistant and Clinical Education Courses). This is the third of three culminating clinical education experiences (identified in a Normative Model of PTA Education as the last full-time clinical experience) that provide supervised clinical experiences in demonstrating the attributes and applying the skills that prepare students for entry into the Physical Therapy profession. Nine hours clinical. Three hours credit.

PTA / Medical Conditions & Related Pathology

Technical Hours: 3
PTA 2513 - Medical Conditions and Related Pathology (Pre/Co-requisites: PTA 1123, 1213, 1314, 1324 1223, 2234, 2413 & 2334). This course provides a basic knowledge of selected diseases and conditions encountered in physical therapy practice. Emphasis is on etiology, pathology, and clinical picture of diseases studied. Various physical therapy procedures in each disability are discussed. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

PTA / Physical Therapy Seminar

Technical Hours: 3
PTA 2523 - Physical Therapy Seminar (Prerequisite: Four semesters of core Physical Therapist Assistant course work). This course represents a synthesis of previous didactic, laboratory, and clinical experiences. Students are directed to explore a topic or area of interest in physical therapy practice. Recognition of the importance of employability skills after graduation is included. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

PTA / Seminar III

Technical Hours: 2
PTA 2912 - Seminar III (Prerequisite: PTA 1912 & 1922). This course further develops the principles and characteristics presented in PTA 1912 & PTA 1922. Two hours lecture. Two hours credit.

ROT / Automated Manufacturing Controls

Technical Hours: 3
ROT 2413 - Automated Manufacturing Controls. This course is designed to teach the students the integrated control systems found in automated systems. Emphasis will be placed on encoders, optical devices, servo motors, stepper motors, computerized numerical control (CNC), vision and sensing systems, lasers, programmatic controllers, motor speed controls, and other similar devices. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

ROT / Mechanical Systems

Technical Hours: 3
ROT 2613 - Mechanical Systems. This course introduces the students to mechanical components and drive systems commonly used in the industry. Emphasis is placed on installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of these components and systems. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

RST / Freshman Orientation

Technical Hours: 2
RST 1312 - Freshman Orientation. This course is designed to help students adjust to college life. Course content includes personal, academic, and financial information to assist the student in succeeding in college. The course is designed to teach effective study habits, reading methods, use of the library, note taking, report writing, financial responsibility education and gives the student guidance in collegiate life. Two hours lecture. Two hours credit.

SSP / Smart Start Pathway

Technical Hours: 2
SSP 1002 – Smart Start Pathway. Students will enroll in the MS Works system and learn three components within the pathway: Career Awareness, Necessary Skills, and Basic Skills. They will develop the foundational skills needed for their careers, learn and practice good work habits and effective communication that is necessary in successful employment. Students will learn how to become prepared to learn new skills for future careers within their region’s workforce sector, identifying the career components that are necessary for middle-skill employment. Students will complete the WorkKeys® assessment in Workplace Documents, Applied Math, and Graphic Literacy which allows students to quantify the foundational skills needed to perform job tasks successfully and enables students to demonstrate they have these skills. Upon completion of this assessment, students will earn a National Career Readiness Certificate, a credential issued by ACT that documents work readiness.

SUT / Fundamentals of Surgical Technology

Technical Hours: 3
SUT 1113 - Fundamentals of Surgical Technology (Co-requisites: All 1st semester courses) (Prerequisites: CPR-Health Care Provider). This is a basic introductory course including hospital and surgical suite organization and environment, history, legal responsibilities, terminology, interpersonal relationships, and biomedical sciences. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

SUT / Principles of Surgical Technique

Technical Hours: 7
SUT 1217 - Principles of Surgical Technique (Co-requisites: All 1st semester courses). This course is a comprehensive study of aseptic technique, safe patient care, anesthesia, pharmacology, and surgical techniques. Three hours lecture. Eight hours laboratory. Seven hours credit.

SUT / Medical Terminology for Surgical Technologists

Technical Hours: 3
SUT 1223 - Medical Terminology for Surgical Technologists. A study of medical terminology as it relates to the practice of surgical technology. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

SUT / Surgical Anatomy

Technical Hours: 4
SUT 1314 - Surgical Anatomy (Co-requisites: All 1st semester courses). Emphasis is placed on the structure and function of the human body as related to surgery. Application of the principles of surgical anatomy to participation in clinical experience. Four hours lecture. Four hours credit.

SUT / Surgical Microbiology

Technical Hours: 3
SUT 1413 - Surgical Microbiology (Co-requisites: All 1st semester courses). This is an introduction to pathogenic microorganisms related to surgery and their effect on wound healing and infection. It includes principles of sterilization and disinfection. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

SUT / Basic and Related Surgical Procedures

Technical Hours: 8
SUT 1518 - Basic and Related Surgical Procedures (Prerequisites: All 1st semester courses & CPR-Health Care Provider). This course includes instruction in regional anatomy, pathology, instrumentation, surgical techniques, and safe patient care in general surgery, gynecology, obstetrics, and genitourinary. It requires clinical experience in area hospital surgical suites and related departments. Four hours lecture. Twelve hours clinical. Eight hours credit.

SUT / Specialized Surgical Procedures

Technical Hours: 8
SUT 1528 - Specialized Surgical Procedures (Prerequisites: All 1st semester courses & CPR-Health Care Provider). This course includes instruction in regional anatomy, pathology, instrumentation, techniques, and safe patient care in surgical specialty areas of ear, nose, and throat; eye; oral & maxillofacial surgery, orthopedics, and plastics. This course requires clinical experience in area hospital surgical suites and related departments. Four hours lecture. Twelve hours clinical. Eight hours credit.

SUT / Advanced Surgical Procedures

Technical Hours: 9
SUT 1539 - Advanced Surgical Procedures (Prerequisites: All 2nd semester courses & CPR-Health Care Provider). This course includes instruction in regional anatomy, pathology, instrumentation, techniques, and safe patient care in surgical specialty areas of neurosurgery, thoracic, peripheral vascular, cardiovascular surgery, employability skills, and all-hazards preparation. This course requires clinical experience in area hospital surgical suites and related departments and a comprehensive final examination. Four hours lecture. Fifteen hours clinical. Nine hours credit.

SUT / Certification & Role Transition

Technical Hours: 3
SUT 1703 - Certification and Role Transition. This course is an in-depth study of the role of the surgical technologist and review for the certification examination. The course examines liability and legal issues of practice, adapting critical thinking skills to a variety of practice settings, effective team and professional behaviors, continuing education, and ethical issues. Practice on computer simulations is required. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

TBA / Principles of Banking

Technical Hours: 3
TBA 1113 - Principles of Banking. A comprehensive introduction to modern banking, this course touches on almost all aspects of bank functions. Primary topics include the following: the language and documents of banking; check processing; teller functions; deposit function; trust services; bank bookkeeping; and bank loans and investments. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

TBA / Business Law I

Technical Hours: 3
TBA 2413 - Business Law I. This course is designed to acquaint the students with the fundamental principles of law as they relate to the basic legal problems of business transactions in our economy. Special attention will be given to an introduction to law; law of contracts; agencies and employment; negotiable instruments and commercial papers. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

TBF / Money and Banking

Technical Hours: 3
TBF 1123 - Money and Banking. Practical aspects of money and banking and the basic monetary theory. A brief historical perspective is utilized. Emphasis on such problems as economic stabilization, types of spending, theory of gold, limitations of central bank control, government fiscal policy, balance of payments, and foreign exchange, showing their repercussions on the banking industry in affecting yield curves and the structuring of portfolios. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

WBL / Work-Based Learning I

Technical Hours: 1
WBL 1911 - Work-Based Learning I. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning I

Technical Hours: 2
WBL 1912 - Work-Based Learning I. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning I

Technical Hours: 3
WBL 1913 - Work-Based Learning I. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning II

Technical Hours: 1
WBL 1921 - Work-Based Learning II. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning II

Technical Hours: 2
WBL 1922 - Work-Based Learning II. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning II

Technical Hours: 3
WBL 1923 - Work-Based Learning II. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning III

Technical Hours: 1
WBL 1931 - Work-Based Learning III. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning III

Technical Hours: 2
WBL 1932 - Work-Based Learning III. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning III

Technical Hours: 3
WBL 1933 - Work-Based Learning III. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning IV

Technical Hours: 1
WBL 2911 - Work-Based Learning IV. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning IV

Technical Hours: 2
WBL 2912 - Work-Based Learning IV. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning IV

Technical Hours: 3
WBL 2913 - Work-Based Learning IV. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning V

Technical Hours: 1
WBL 2921 - Work-Based Learning V. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning V

Technical Hours: 2
WBL 2922 - Work-Based Learning V. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning V

Technical Hours: 3
WBL 2923 - Work-Based Learning V. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning VI

Technical Hours: 1
WBL 2931 - Work-Based Learning VI. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WBL / Work-Based Learning VI

Technical Hours: 2
WBL 2932 - Work-Based Learning VI. Work-Based Learning offers supervised work experience for Career Technical majors in which the student, Work-Based Learning Coordinator/Instructor, and worksite supervisor/mentor develop and implement a business/education training agreement. Work-Based Learning is designed to integrate the student's academic and technical skills into a work environment. Six semesters of Work-Based Learning are offered with 1-3 semester hours credit available per semester and summer sessions. Credit is awarded based on the following chart: 45 clock hours at work per semester = 1 hour credit 90 clock hours at work per semester = 2 hours credit 135 clock hours at work per semester = 3 hours credit A maximum of six hours of WBL credits may be substituted for technical courses (required or elective) upon the approval of the student's advisor, the campus Career Technical Director, and the Career Technical Vice President.

WLT / Shielded Metal Arc Welding I (SMAW)

Technical Hours: 5
WLT 1115 - Shielded Metal Arc Welding I (SMAW). This course is designed to teach students welding techniques using the SMAW process. One hour lecture. Eight hours laboratory. Five hours credit.

WLT / Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)

Technical Hours: 4
WLT 1124 - Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW). This course is designed to give the student experience in various welding applications with the GMAW process using various modes of transfer. One hour lecture. Six hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

WLT / Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

Technical Hours: 5
WLT 1135 - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW). This course is designed to give the student experience in various welding applications using the GTAW process. One hour lecture. Eight hours laboratory. Five hours credit.

WLT / Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)

Technical Hours: 3
WLT 1143 - Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW). This course is designed to give the student experience using FCAW process. One hour lecture. Four hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

WLT / Pipe Welding

Technical Hours: 4
WLT 1154 - Pipe Welding (Prerequisites: WLT 1115 & 1225). This course is designed to give the student experience in pipe welding procedures. One hour lecture. Six hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

WLT / Gas Metal Arc Aluminum Welding

Technical Hours: 2
WLT 1162 - Gas Metal Arc Aluminum Welding. This course is designed to give the student experience in Gas Metal Aluminum Welding. One hour lecture. Two hours laboratory. Two hours credit.

WLT / Introduction to Welding and Safety

Technical Hours: 3
WLT 1173 - Introduction to Welding and Safety. This course is designed to give student an introduction to the welding profession and experience in safety procedures related to welding. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

WLT / Shielded Metal Arc Welding II

Technical Hours: 5
WLT 1225 - Shielded Metal Arc Welding II. This course is designed to teach students advanced welding techniques using the SMAW process. One hour lecture. Eight hours laboratory. Five hours credit.

WLT / Blueprint Reading, Welding Symbols, and Metallurgy

Technical Hours: 2
WLT 1232 - Blueprint Reading, Welding Symbols, and Metallurgy. This course is designed to give the student experience in blueprint reading, welding symbols, and metallurgy. One hour lecture. Two hours laboratory. Two hours credit.

WLT / Advanced Pipe Welding

Technical Hours: 2
WLT 1252 - Advanced Pipe Welding. This course is designed to give the student advanced pipe welding techniques using shielded metal arc and gas tungsten arc welding processes. One hour lecture. Two hours laboratory. Two hours credit.

WLT / Cutting Processes

Technical Hours: 3
WLT 1313 - Cutting Processes. This course is designed to give the student experience in oxyfuel cutting principles and practices, air carbon cutting and gouging, and plasma arc cutting. One hour lecture. Four hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

WLT / Special Problems in Welding and Cutting Technology

Technical Hours: 2
WLT 1912 - Special Problems in Welding and Cutting Technology. A course to provide the students with an opportunity to utilize skills and knowledge gained in other Welding and Cutting Technology courses. The instructor and student work closely together to select a topic and establish criteria for completion of the project. Four hours laboratory. Two hours credit.

WLT / Supervised Work Experience in Welding and Cutting Technology

Technical Hours: 1
WLT 1921 - Supervised Work Experience in Welding and Cutting Technology. A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education designed to integrate the student's technical studies with industrial experience. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours. 45 to 270 industry hours. One hour credit.

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