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CPT / Database Design Fundamentals

Technical Hours: 3
CPT 1353 - Database Design Fundamentals. This course is a study of the design of databases. Additional emphasis is placed on creation, manipulation, extraction, and display of data from existing databases. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

CPT / Web Development Concepts

Technical Hours: 3
CPT 1513 - Web Development Concepts. This course is an introduction to the Internet and its uses in the world of business. It includes basic and advanced features of the Internet, World Wide Web, browsers, listservers, and creating web pages. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to create a personalized home page and post it on the Internet, download files using a browser and an FTP program, and send e-mail messages. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

CPT / Career Development

Technical Hours: 3
CPT 2133 - Career Development. This course provides practical exercises in interpersonal skills, the job search process, and the importance of high standards of personal and professional relationships for employment. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

CPT / Team Project Management

Technical Hours: 4
CPT 2364 - Team Project Management. (Prerequisites: CPT 1214 & CNT 1414). This course is designed to generate further experience for the student in working in a team environment. This course targets team based network design and team based program design. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

CPT / Network Fundamentals

Technical Hours: 3
CPT 2373 - Network Fundamentals. This course focuses on the fundamentals of computer networking. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

CPT / Game Programming Using Flash & Action Script

Technical Hours: 4
CPT 2454 - Game Programming Using Flash and Action Script (Prerequisites: CPT 2434 or approved equivalent advanced object-oriented programming language. This course is designed to further introduce the student to creating interactive applications, through the format of a game. This course will help the student become more adept at creating functional user interfaces and help them deal with program paths based on user input. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

CPT / Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems

Technical Hours: 1
CPT 2911 - Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems. Direct application of concepts, terminology, and theory of computer information systems technology. Students must be employed in a work environment where they will have to solve problems as encountered in industry. (Credit is awarded at the rate of 1 hour credit per 3 hours externship.) One hour credit.

CPT / Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems

Technical Hours: 2
CPT 2912 - Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems. Direct application of concepts, terminology, and theory of computer information systems technology. Students must be employed in a work environment where they will have to solve problems as encountered in industry. (Credit is awarded at the rate of 1 hour credit per 3 hours externship.) Two hours credit.

CPT / Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems

Technical Hours: 3
CPT 2913 - Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems. Direct application of concepts, terminology, and theory of computer information systems technology. Students must be employed in a work environment where they will have to solve problems as encountered in industry. (Credit is awarded at the rate of 1 hour credit per 3 hours externship.) Three hours credit.

CPT / Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems

Technical Hours: 4
CPT 2914 - Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems. Direct application of concepts, terminology, and theory of computer information systems technology. Students must be employed in a work environment where they will have to solve problems as encountered in industry. (Credit is awarded at the rate of 1 hour credit per 3 hours externship.) Four hours credit.

CPT / Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems

Technical Hours: 5
CPT 2915 - Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems. Direct application of concepts, terminology, and theory of computer information systems technology. Students must be employed in a work environment where they will have to solve problems as encountered in industry. (Credit is awarded at the rate of 1 hour credit per 3 hours externship.) Five hours credit.

CPT / Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems

Technical Hours: 6
CPT 2916 - Work-Based Learning in Computer Information Systems. Direct application of concepts, terminology, and theory of computer information systems technology. Students must be employed in a work environment where they will have to solve problems as encountered in industry. (Credit is awarded at the rate of 1 hour credit per 3 hours externship.) Six hours credit.

CUT / Culinary Principles I

Technical Hours: 4
CUT 1114 - Culinary Principles I. Fundamentals of food preparation and cookery emphasizing high standards for preparation of meat, poultry, seafood, vegetables, soups, stocks, sauces, and farinaceous items. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

CUT / Culinary Principles II

Technical Hours: 4
CUT 1124 - Culinary Principles II. This course offers advanced study and application of Culinary Principles I to polish and perfect the techniques of food preparation and cookery emphasizing high standards for food preparation. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

CUT / Principles of Baking

Technical Hours: 5
CUT 1135 - Principles of Baking. This course focuses on fundamentals of baking science, terminology, ingredients, weights and measures, and formula conversion and storage. Students will prepare yeast goods, pies, cakes, cookies, and quick breads; and use and care for equipment. Three hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Five hours credit.

CUT / Introduction to Culinary Arts

Technical Hours: 3
CUT 1153 - Introduction to Culinary Arts. This course is designed as an introduction to the culinary arts industry. The course includes discussions and industry observations to discover the opportunities, trends, problems, and organizations in the field. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

CUT / Sanitation and Safety

Technical Hours: 3
CUT 1213 - Sanitation and Safety. This course basic principles of microbiology, sanitation, and safety procedures for a food service operation. Implementation of sanitation procedures, cost control, and risk reduction standards in a hospitality operation are covered. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

CUT / Garde Manger

Technical Hours: 3
CUT 1513 - Garde Manger. This course provides orientation to garnishing, preparation of charcuterue items, cold foods, and buffet presentation. It explores the various duties of the modern garde manger. One hour lecture. Four hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

CUT / Nutrition

Technical Hours: 3
CUT 1613 - Nutrition. This course provides information on a study of nutrients as related to personal health, foods and food preparation, recipe or menu modification for special customer needs, and merchandising techniques associated with nutritious meals. One hour lecture. Four hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

CUT / Menu Planning and Facilities Design

Technical Hours: 3
CUT 2223 - Menu Planning and Facilities Design. This course focuses on the principles and concepts of menu planning, menu formats, and layout with regard to a wide variety of eating habits and taste of the dining public. Emphasis will be on pricing, menu design, merchandising, tools, nutritional considerations, schedules, and profitability. Effective planning and layout of kitchen and equipment will also be emphasized. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

CUT / Dining Room Management

Technical Hours: 3
CUT 2243 - Dining Room Management. This course focuses on management of a restaurant dining room including good housekeeping technique, fine food, and efficient service. It covers French, Russian, American, and English waited table service, limited service, counter, tray, service, and catering. Emphasis will be placed on staffing, scheduling, controls and skills required to effectively supervise a dining room operation. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

CUT / American Regional Cuisine

Technical Hours: 4
CUT 2314 - American Regional Cuisine. This exploration of the American Cuisine concept emphasizing freshness, seasonality, nutrition, indigenous ingredients, and presentation. It is a thorough study into the cuisine characteristics and traditions of the various regions of the United States of America. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

CUT / International Cuisine

Technical Hours: 4
CUT 2424 - International Cuisine. This course is a study of cuisines of the world with emphasis on use of authentic ingredients, methods, and terminology. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

CUT / Supervised Work Experience in Culinary Arts Technology

Technical Hours: 3
CUT 2923 - Supervised Work Experience in Culinary Arts Technology. This course is a cooperative program between industry and education and is 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. Nine hours externship. Three hours credit.

DBT / SQL Programming

Technical Hours: 3
DBT 1113 - SQL Programming (Prerequisite: DBT1214). This course offers students an extensive introduction to data server technology, covering the concepts of both relational and object relational databases and the Standard Query Language (SQL). Students are taught to store, retrieve, and manipulate data. Two hours lecture. Three hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DBT / PL/SQL Programming

Technical Hours: 3
DBT 1123 - PL/SQL Programming (Prerequisite: DBT1113). This course offers students an extensive introduction to data server technology, covering advanced concepts of both relational and object-relational databases using PL/SQL. Students are taught to create and maintain database objects and control user access. Two hours lecture. Three hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DBT / Database Architecture & Admin

Technical Hours: 4
DBT 1214 - Database Architecture and Administration. This course is designed to give students a firm foundation in basic database tasks enabling them to design, create, and maintain a database. Students will gain a conceptual understanding of database architecture and how its components work and interact with one another. Students will also learn to create an operational database and properly manage the various structures. Two hours lecture. Three hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

DDT / Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerances

Technical Hours: 3
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerances (Pre/Co-requisites: DDT 1163 & DDT 1313). A continuation of conventional dimensioning with emphasis on concepts as adopted by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI); a study of international dimensioning symbols used to control tolerances of form, profile, orientation, run-out, and location of features on an object. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Engineering Graphics

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1163 – Engineering Graphics (Pre/Co-requisites: DDT 1313). This course provides an introduction to fundamentals and principles of drafting to provide the basic background needed for all other drafting courses. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Descriptive Geometry

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1153 – Descriptive Geometry (Pre/Co-requisites: DDT 1163 & DDT 1313). This course contains theory and problems designed to develop the ability to visualize points, lines, and surfaces of space. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Mechanical Design I

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1173 – Mechanical Design I (Prerequisites: DDT 1163 & DDT1313). Students will utilize techniques of modeling to create machine specific drawings. The course emphasizes methods, techniques, and procedures (in presenting screws, bolts, rivets, springs, thread types, symbols for welding, materials, finish and heat treatment notation, working order preparation, routing, and other industry procedures) used in mechanical design. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Technical Math

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1183 – Technical Math (Pre/Co-requisites: DDT 1163 & DDT 1313). This course focuses on the study of computational skills required for the development of accurate design and drafting methods. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Construction Standards and Materials

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1213 – Construction Standards and Materials. This course introduces the standards and materials used in the construction process. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Computer Aided Design I

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1313 – Computer Aided Design I. This course is designed to develop basic operating system and drafting skills on CAD. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Computer Aided Design II

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1323 – Computer Aided Design II (Prerequisites: DDT 1163 & DDT 1313). Continuation of Computer Aided Design I (DDT 1313). Subject areas include dimensioning, sectional views, and symbols. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Elementary Surveying

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1413 – Elementary Surveying (Pre/Co-requisites: DDT 1313). This is a basic surveying course that deals with principles of geometry, theory, and use of leveling instruments; calculations; the control and reduction of errors; and the understanding of land surveying history. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Blueprint Reading I

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1513 – Blueprint Reading I (Pre/Co-requisites: DDT 1313). Terms and definitions used in reading blueprints. Basic sketching, drawing, and dimensioning of objects will be covered. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Blueprint Reading II

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1523 – Blueprint Reading II (Prerequisites: DDT 1513). Continuation of Blueprint Reading I with emphasis placed on reading and interpreting blueprints for different types of structures and performing basic calculations. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Architectural Design I

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1613 – Architectural Design I (Prerequisites: DDT 1313). This course is a study and development of architectural design principles for a residential and/or commercial structure utilizing a 2D or 3D application. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Fundamentals of Machining Processes

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1713 – Fundamentals of Machining Processes. Basic machining equipment and safety procedures. Emphasis is placed on measurement techniques, machine technology, machine tools, and applications (a course for drafting students with no previous machining experience). Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Design and Manufacturing

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 1813 – Design for Manufacturing. Instruction in various methods of manufacturing with emphasis on the drafter’s role in manufacturing. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Civil Planning and Design

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2153 – Civil Planning and Design (Prerequisites: DDT 1313). This course deals with the development of civil planning and design processes. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Mechanical Design II

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2183 – Mechanical Design II (Prerequisites: DDT 1173). A continuation of Mechanical Design I with emphasis on advanced techniques and knowledge employed in the planning of mechanical objects; includes instruction in the use of tolerances and dimensioning techniques. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Structural Detailing I

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2213 – Structural Detailing I (Prerequisites: DDT 1313). Structural section, terms, and conventional abbreviations and symbols used by structural fabricators and erectors are studied. Knowledge is gained in the use of the A.I.S.C. Handbook. Problems are studied that involve structural designing and drawing of beams, columns, connections, trusses, and bracing (steel, concrete, and wood). Students will utilize 2D or 3D software. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Structural Detailing II

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2233 – Structural Detailing II (Prerequisites: DDT 2213). Study of the miscellaneous areas of structural detailing including stairs, handrails, and cage ladders. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Cost Estimating

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2243 – Cost Estimating. Preparation of material and labor quantity surveys from actual working drawings and specifications. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Statics and Strength of Materials

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2253 – Statics and Strength of Materials (Prerequisites: DDT 1313). Study of forces acting on bodies; moments of forces; stress of materials; basic machine design; and beams, columns, and connections. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Quality Assurance

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2263 – Quality Assurance. The application of statistics and probability theory in quality assurance programs. Various product sampling plans as well as the development of product charts for defective units will be studied. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / Facilities Planning

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2273 – Facilities Planning. This course deals with the techniques and procedures for developing an efficient facility layout and introduces some of the state-of-the-art tools involved, such as 3-D design and computer simulation. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT / CAD Management

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2353 – CAD Management. Topics include technical and business aspects of CAD. Standards, customization, networking, Internet integration, and employee support will be covered. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

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