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DDT 1523 - 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 1613 - 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 1713 - 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 1813 - 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 2153 - 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 2183 - 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 2213 - 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 2233 - 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 2243 - 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 2253 - 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 2263 - 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 2273 - 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 2353 - 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.

DDT 2363 - Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Drafting

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2363 – Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Drafting (Prerequisites: DDT 1313). Basics of numerical control machines. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT 2373 - 3D Modeling

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2373 – 3D Modeling (Prerequisites: DDT 1323). This course will emphasize the user coordinate system and 3-D modeling. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT 2523 - Pipe Drafting

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2523 – Pipe Drafting (Prerequisites: DDT 1323). Instruction in the basic knowledge needed to create process piping drawings using individual piping components. Students will utilize 2D or 3D software. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT 2623 - Architectural Design II

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2623 – Architectural Design II (Prerequisites: DDT 1613). Emphasizes standard procedures and working drawings. Details involving architectural, mechanical, electrical, and structural drawings are covered, along with presentation of drawings and computer-aided design assignments. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT 2713 - Fundamentals of Multimedia

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2713 – Fundamentals of Multimedia (Prerequisites: DDT 1313). A general overview of current issues in multimedia and the study of how multimedia can assist in the work environment. This course provides a basis for further study in multimedia design and production. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT 2813 - Inventor 3D Model and Animation

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2813 – Inventor 3D Model and Animation (Prerequisites: DDT 1323). This course will provide instruction on the 3D applications of lnventor. It emphasizes the development of 3D parametric models and the ability to generate 2D drawings, details and renderings from the model. This course will also provide the utilization of assembly drawings and animation of working parts. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT 2823 - Revit Architecture

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 2823 – Revit Architecture (Prerequisites: DDT 1323 & DDT 1613). This course provides instruction on the 3D applications of Revit Architecture. It emphasizes the development of 3D parametric models and the ability to generate 2D drawings, details and renderings from the model. This course will also provide the animation walk thru of the 3D building. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

DDT 291 - Special Project

Technical Hours: 3
DDT 291(1-3) – Special Project (Prerequisites: DDT 1323). Practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other drafting courses. The instructor works closely with the student to ensure that the selection of a project will enhance the student’s learning experience. Two to six hours laboratory. One to three hours credit.

ECO 2113 - Principles of Macroeconomics

Academic Hours: 3
ECO 2113 - Principles of Macroeconomics. (Prerequisite: MAT 0124 or placement test score of MAT 1233 or higher). The study of a nation's economy to include the following topics: supply and demand, production possibilities, monetary and fiscal policies, factors of production, GDP/business cycles and economic growth, and circular flow of market economies. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

ECO 2123 - Principles of Microeconomics

Academic Hours: 3
ECO 2123 - Principles of Microeconomics. (Prerequisite: MAT 0124 or placement test score of MAT 1233 or higher). The study of firms, industries and consumers to include the following topics: supply and demand, elasticity of demand and supply, consumer choice theory, production and cost theory and market structure. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

EDU 111 - Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators

Academic Hours: 1
EDU 0111 - Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators. Review of basic skills in reading, writing, and mathematics required on the PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators examination. Includes completion of practice examinations. One hour lecture. One hour institutional credit. (Not designed to transfer.)

EDU 112 - Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators

Academic Hours: 2
EDU 0112 - Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators. Review of basic skills in reading, writing, and mathematics required on the PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators examination. Includes completion of practice examinations. Two hours lecture. Two hours institutional credit. (Not designed to transfer.)

EDU 113 - Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators

Academic Hours: 3
EDU 0113 - Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators. Review of basic skills in reading, writing, and mathematics required on the PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators examination. Includes completion of practice examinations. Three hours lecture. Three hours institutional credit. (Not designed to transfer.)

EDU 1613 - Foundations in Education and Learning

Academic Hours: 3
EDU 1613 – Foundations in Education and Learning (Prerequisite: ENG 0124). Survey of education, teaching, and learning, including research methodology, with special emphasis on current issues in American education and society. Includes a minimum of 15 hours field experience in a preschool through 12th grade environment. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

EET 1114 - DC Circuits

Technical Hours: 4
EET 1114 - DC Circuits. This course is designed for students to know the principles and theories associated with DC circuits. This course includes the study of electrical circuits, laws and formulae, and the use of test equipment to analyze DC circuits. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

EET 1123 - AC Circuits

Technical Hours: 3
EET 1123 - AC Circuits. This course is designed to provide students with the principles and theories associated with AC circuits. This course includes the study of electrical circuits, laws and formulae, and the use of test equipment to analyze AC circuits. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

EET 1214 - Digital Electronics

Technical Hours: 4
EET 1214 - Digital Electronics. A course designed to introduce the student to number systems, logic circuits, counters, registers, memory devices, combination logic circuits, Boolean algebra, and a basic computer system. Three hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

EET 1324 - Microprocessors

Technical Hours: 4
EET 1324 - Microprocessors (Prerequisite EET 1214). A course designed to provide students with skills and knowledge of microprocessor architecture, machine and assembly language timing, interfacing, and other hardware applications associated with microprocessor systems. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

EET 1334 - Solid State Devices & Circuits

Technical Hours: 4
EET 1334 - Solid State Devices and Circuits (Pre/Co-requisite: EET 1114). A course designed to introduce the student to active devices which include PN junction diodes, bipolar transistor, bipolar transistor circuits, and unipolar devices with emphasis on low frequency application and troubleshooting. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

EET 2334 - Linear Integrated Circuits

Technical Hours: 4
EET 2334 - Linear Integrated Circuits (Prerequisite EET 1334). A course designed to provide the student with skills and knowledge associated with advanced semiconductor devices and linear integrated circuits. Emphasis is placed on linear integrated circuits used with operational amplifiers, active filters, voltage regulators, timers, and phase locked loops. Three hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

EET 2414 - Electronic Communications

Technical Hours: 4
EET 2414 - Electronic Communications (Prerequisite EET 1334). A course designed to provide the student with concepts and skills related to analog and digital communications. Topics covered include amplitude and frequency modulation, transmission, and reception, date transmission formats and codes, the RS-232 interface, and modulation-demodulation of digital communications. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

EET 2911 - Special Project(Cons. of Inst)

Technical Hours: 1
EET 2911 - Special Project (Consent of Instructor). A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other electronics or electronics-related courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that the selection of a project will enhance the student's learning experience. One hour lecture. Two hours laboratory. One hour credit.

EET 2912 - Special Project(Cons. of Inst)

Technical Hours: 2
EET 2912 - Special Project (Consent of Instructor). A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other electronics or electronics-related courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that the selection of a project will enhance the student's learning experience. One hour lecture. Three hours laboratory. Two hours credit.

EET 2913 - Special Project(Cons. of Inst)

Technical Hours: 3
EET 2913 - Special Project (Consent of Instructor). A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other electronics or electronics-related courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that the selection of a project will enhance the student's learning experience. One hour lecture. Four hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

EGR 2413 - Engineering Mechanics I

Academic Hours: 3
EGR 2413 - Engineering Mechanics I: Statics (Pre/Co-requisite: PHY 2514). A lecture course covering the equilibrium of point objects and extended objects in two and three dimensions using vector algebra. Also discussed are distributed forces, structures, friction, and moments of inertia in two and three dimensions. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

EGR 2433 - Engineering Mechanics II

Academic Hours: 3
EGR 2433 - Engineering Mechanics II: Dynamics (Prerequisite: EGR 2413). A lecture course that covers kinematics of particles and rigid bodies, kinetics of particles and rigid bodies using force-mass acceleration, energy, and momentum methods. Three hours lecture. Three hours credit.

ELT 1113 - Residential/Light Comm Wiring

Technical Hours: 3
ELT 1113 - Residential/Light Commercial Wiring (Pre/Co-requisite: ELT 1192 or IMM 1814). Advanced skills related to the wiring of multifamily and small commercial buildings. Includes instruction and practice in service entrance installations, specialized circuits, and the use of commercial raceways. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

ELT 1123 - Commercial & Industrial Wiring

Technical Hours: 3
ELT 1123 - Commercial and Industrial Wiring. Instruction and practice in the installation of commercial and industrial electrical services including the types of conduit and other raceways, NEC code requirements, and three-phase distribution networks. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

ELT 1133 - Intro/National Electric Code

Technical Hours: 3
ELT 1133 - Introduction to the National Electric Code. This is a course in the layout, format, rules, and regulations set forth in the National Electric Code. Emphasis is placed on developing the student's ability to find information in the National Electric Code and applying that information in real-world applications. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

ELT 1144 - AC/DC Circuits/Elec Tech

Technical Hours: 4
ELT 1144 - AC and DC Circuits for Electrical Technology (Pre/Co-requisite: ELT 1192). Principles and theories associated with AC and DC circuits used in the electrical trades. Includes the study of electrical circuits, laws and formulas, and the use of test equipment to analyze AC and DC circuits. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

ELT 1192 - Fundamentals/Electricity

Technical Hours: 2
ELT 1192 - Fundamentals of Electricity. Fundamental skills associated with all electrical courses. Safety, basic tools, special tools, equipment and introduction to simple AC and DC circuits. One hour lecture. Two hours laboratory. Two hours credit.

ELT 1213 - Electrical Power

Technical Hours: 3
ELT 1213 - Electrical Power. Electrical motors and their installation. Instruction and practice in using the different types of motors, transformers, and alternators. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

ELT 1253 - Branch Cir & Service Ent Cal

Technical Hours: 2
ELT 1253 - Branch Circuit and Service Entrance Calculations. Calculating circuit sizes for all branch circuits and service entrances in residential installation. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

ELT 1273 - Switching Circuits/Res/Com/Ind

Technical Hours: 3
ELT 1273 - Switching Circuits for Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Applications. Introduction to various methods by which single pole, 3-way, and 4-way switches are used in residential, commercial, and industrial installations. Also includes installation and operation of low voltage, remote control switching. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

ELT 1283 - Estimate Cost/Elec Install

Technical Hours: 3
ELT 1283 - Estimating the Cost of an Electrical installation. Cost of an electrical installation. Specifications set forth for a particular structure. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

ELT 1413 - Motor Control Systems

Technical Hours: 3
ELT 1413 - Motor Control Systems. Installation of different motor control circuits and devices. Emphasis is placed on developing the student's ability to diagram, wire, and troubleshoot the different circuits and mechanical control devices. Two hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Three hours credit.

ELT 2424 - Solid State Motor Control

Technical Hours: 4
ELT 2424 - Solid State Motor Control. Principles and operation of solid state motor control. Also, the design, installation, and maintenance of different solid state devices for motor control. Two hours lecture. Four hours laboratory. Four hours credit.

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