Course Schedule

Understanding the Automobile

2 Credit Hours

Students will demonstrate the understand8ing of how the automobile has affected today’s society. Students will demonstrate the accepted procedures for maintaining a modern automobile as recommended by current automobile manufacturers. Students will explain the basic principles of automobile insurance. Students will demonst4rate the ability to identify and how to purchase a good used automobile.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 23/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T109 02/25/20 - 05/21/20 12:45 AM - 2:00 PM M T W R F Troy Hobelmann
Type In-Person
Location TECH T109
Dates 02/25/20 - 05/21/20
Times 12:45 AM - 2:00 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Troy Hobelmann

CNA Refresher

0 Credit Hours

This course is a refresher course for those who have been previously certified as a CNA in the state of Kansas, but who have had their certification lapse. It will consist of a review of communication techniques, resident rights, safety and infection control and the basic nursing skills required for the 40 hours checklist.

Section: A
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 7/9
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T121 01/09/20 - 01/10/20 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM R F Sondra VanSickle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T121
Dates 01/09/20 - 01/10/20
Times 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Days R F
Instructor Sondra VanSickle

AMT116 Brakes 1

3 Credit Hours

The student will use safe working practices and proper techniques to effectively analyze, repair, and recondition Brake Systems. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 19/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T109 01/13/20 - 02/21/20 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM M T W R F Robert Sieberns
Type In-Person
Location TECH T109
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/21/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Robert Sieberns

AMT116 Brakes 1

3 Credit Hours

The student will use safe working practices and proper techniques to effectively analyze, repair, and recondition Brake Systems. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 4/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T109 01/13/20 - 02/21/20 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R F Robert Sieberns
Type In-Person
Location TECH T109
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/21/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Robert Sieberns

AMT213 Climate Control Systems

3 Credit Hours

The student will use safe working practices and proper techniques to effectively analyze, repair, and recondition heating and air conditioning systems. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 4/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T109 04/13/20 - 05/15/20 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R F Robert Sieberns
Type In-Person
Location TECH T109
Dates 04/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Robert Sieberns

AMT213 Climate Control Systems

3 Credit Hours

The student will use safe working practices and proper techniques to effectively analyze, repair, and recondition heating and air conditioning systems. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 19/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T111 04/13/20 - 05/15/20 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM M T W R F Robert Sieberns
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 04/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Robert Sieberns

AMT214 Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles

4 Credit Hours

Students will be able to diagnose, remove, and repair modern automatic transmissions. Students will also perform hydraulic pressure tests and make transmission adjustments. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T111 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM M T R F Joseph Brazzle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T R F
Instructor Joseph Brazzle
In-Person TECH T111 03/18/20 - 05/13/20 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM W Joseph Brazzle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/13/20
Times 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Joseph Brazzle

AMT214 Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles

4 Credit Hours

Students will be able to diagnose, remove, and repair modern automatic transmissions. Students will also perform hydraulic pressure tests and make transmission adjustments. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 12/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T111 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM M T R F Joseph Brazzle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Meeting Days M T R F
Instructor Joseph Brazzle
In-Person TECH T111 03/20/20 - 05/13/20 1:15 PM - 3:25 PM W Joseph Brazzle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 03/20/20 - 05/13/20
Times 1:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Joseph Brazzle

AMT214 Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles

4 Credit Hours

Students will be able to diagnose, remove, and repair modern automatic transmissions. Students will also perform hydraulic pressure tests and make transmission adjustments. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: GA
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person GHS 03/09/20 - 05/15/20 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM M T W R F Bret Pope
Type In-Person
Location GHS
Dates 03/09/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Bret Pope

AMT214 Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles

4 Credit Hours

Students will be able to diagnose, remove, and repair modern automatic transmissions. Students will also perform hydraulic pressure tests and make transmission adjustments. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: GB
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 15/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person GHS 03/09/20 - 05/15/20 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM M T W R F Bret Pope
Type In-Person
Location GHS
Dates 03/09/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Bret Pope

AMT218 Engine Performance 2

4 Credit Hours

Students will practice the theory and hands on operation of testing and repair of computerized electrical components found on late model automobiles. Students will be able to develop skills to compete in the high tech automotive field by diagnosing and demonstrating the repair of electronic parts of an automobile. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T111 01/13/20 - 03/16/20 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM M T R F Joseph Brazzle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/16/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T R F
Instructor Joseph Brazzle
In-Person TECH T111 01/15/20 - 03/04/20 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM W Joseph Brazzle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 01/15/20 - 03/04/20
Times 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Joseph Brazzle

AMT218 Engine Performance 2

4 Credit Hours

Students will practice the theory and hands on operation of testing and repair of computerized electrical components found on late model automobiles. Students will be able to develop skills to compete in the high tech automotive field by diagnosing and demonstrating the repair of electronic parts of an automobile. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 12/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T111 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM M T R F Joseph Brazzle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Meeting Days M T R F
Instructor Joseph Brazzle
In-Person TECH T111 01/20/20 - 03/15/20 1:15 PM - 3:25 PM W Joseph Brazzle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 01/20/20 - 03/15/20
Times 1:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Joseph Brazzle

AMT218 Engine Performance 2

4 Credit Hours

Students will practice the theory and hands on operation of testing and repair of computerized electrical components found on late model automobiles. Students will be able to develop skills to compete in the high tech automotive field by diagnosing and demonstrating the repair of electronic parts of an automobile. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: GA
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person GHS 01/06/20 - 03/06/20 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM M T W R F Bret Pope
Type In-Person
Location GHS
Dates 01/06/20 - 03/06/20
Times 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Bret Pope

AMT218 Engine Performance 2

4 Credit Hours

Students will practice the theory and hands on operation of testing and repair of computerized electrical components found on late model automobiles. Students will be able to develop skills to compete in the high tech automotive field by diagnosing and demonstrating the repair of electronic parts of an automobile. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2

Section: GB
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 15/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person GHS 01/06/20 - 03/06/20 12:15 PM - 3:15 PM M T W R F Bret Pope
Type In-Person
Location GHS
Dates 01/06/20 - 03/06/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:15 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Bret Pope

AMT219 Suspension and Steering I

3 Credit Hours

The student will use safe working practices and proper techniques to effectively analyze, repair, and recondition Wheel and Suspension systems. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 4/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T109 02/24/20 - 04/09/20 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R F Robert Sieberns
Type In-Person
Location TECH T109
Dates 02/24/20 - 04/09/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Robert Sieberns

AMT219 Suspension and Steering I

3 Credit Hours

The student will use safe working practices and proper techniques to effectively analyze, repair, and recondition Wheel and Suspension systems. Prerequisites: AMT 101 Electrical 1 and AMT 103 Electrical 2.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 19/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T109 02/24/20 - 04/09/20 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM M T W R F Robert Sieberns
Type In-Person
Location TECH T109
Dates 02/24/20 - 04/09/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Robert Sieberns

AMT241 Service Management

4 Credit Hours

Students will demonstrate proficiency in the skills necessary for managing an automotive dealership service department. Students will discuss customer relations, service sales, employee relations, service management, and automotive business procedures.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 18/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T109 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM M T W R F Robert Sieberns
Type In-Person
Location TECH T109
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Robert Sieberns

AMT242 Alternative Fuel Systems

4 Credit Hours

The student will use proper techniques to effectively analyze, repair and recondition alternative fuel systems.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 18/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T111 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM M T W R F Joseph Brazzle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T111
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Joseph Brazzle

BI100 General Biology

3 Credit Hours

General Biology introduces the student to basic concepts and principles of biology from the structure and function of the cell to the organization of the biosphere. Through this course students will gain an understanding and appreciation for how life originated and developed on earth. Students will also relate advances in the biological sciences to applications in industry, medicine, and environmental issues. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment BIO 1010

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 11/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM M W Bradley Karr
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Bradley Karr

BI100 General Biology

3 Credit Hours

General Biology introduces the student to basic concepts and principles of biology from the structure and function of the cell to the organization of the biosphere. Through this course students will gain an understanding and appreciation for how life originated and developed on earth. Students will also relate advances in the biological sciences to applications in industry, medicine, and environmental issues.

Section: WZ
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 5/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online FHTC M125A 02/01/20 - 03/07/20 S Erica Huggard
Type Online
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 02/01/20 - 03/07/20
Times
Meeting Days S
Instructor Erica Huggard

BI101 General Biology Lab

1 Credit Hours

General Biology Laboratory provides opportunities to observe and apply the scientific method in the investigation of biological phenomena. The student will relate chemical interactions, microscopic structure, organism specimens, and models to information learned in lecture and read about in the textbook. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment BIO 1010

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 2/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM M W Bradley Karr
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Bradley Karr

BI101 General Biology Lab

1 Credit Hours

General Biology Laboratory provides opportunities to observe and apply the scientific method in the investigation of biological phenomena. The student will relate chemical interactions, microscopic structure, organism specimens, and models to information learned in lecture and read about in the textbook.

Section: WZ
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 6/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 02/01/20 - 03/07/20 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM S Erica Huggard
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 02/01/20 - 03/07/20
Times 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Erica Huggard

BI202 Anatomy and Physiology

3 Credit Hours

Anatomy and Physiology offers information concerning normal human structures and functions and the developmental changes that occur during an individual’s life span. The student will learn specific information about factors related to expected and abnormal anatomical and physiological changes associated with the body’s major organ systems. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment BIO 2020

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 14/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM M W F Erica Huggard
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days M W F
Instructor Erica Huggard

BI203 Anatomy and Physiology Lab

2 Credit Hours

Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory provides opportunities to observe various anatomical parts and to investigate physiological phenomena. The student will relate specimens, models, microscope slides, and the whole body to information learned in lecture and read about in the textbook. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment BIO 2020

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 7/13
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 01/14/20 - 05/12/20 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM T Erica Huggard
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/12/20
Times 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Erica Huggard

BI203 Anatomy and Physiology Lab

2 Credit Hours

Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory provides opportunities to observe various anatomical parts and to investigate physiological phenomena. The student will relate specimens, models, microscope slides, and the whole body to information learned in lecture and read about in the textbook. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment BIO 2020

Section: B
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 7/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 01/16/20 - 05/14/20 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM R Erica Huggard
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 01/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Erica Huggard

BI205 Microbiology

3 Credit Hours

This course is designed to provide students a basic overview of the microbial world. Topics covered will include microbial growth, structure, and metabolism. Special emphasis will be placed on control of microbes, mechanisms of microbial disease, and human/microbial interactions as they relate to human health. PREREQUISITE: BI 100/101 General Biology with Lab OR CH 125/126 Chemistry I with Lab

Section: Z
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 8/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 01/15/20 - 05/13/20 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM W Matthew Irby
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/13/20
Times 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Matthew Irby
Online 01/15/20 - 05/13/20 Matthew Irby
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/13/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Matthew Irby

BI207 Human Pathophysiology

3 Credit Hours

This course is designed to provide students an overview of how the human body responds to the disease process. Emphasis is placed on how the disease process affects homeostatic conditions in organs and organ systems, and how knowledge of these processes can contribute to a better understanding of health, risk reduction, and disease management. Prerequisites: BI 100 General Biology, BI 101 General Biology Lab or BI 202 Anatomy and Physiology, BI 203 Anatomy and Physiology Lab or College Level Chemistry.

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Bradley Karr
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Bradley Karr

BI208 Microbiology Lab

1 Credit Hours

This course is designed to provide students a basic overview of the techniques involving the culturing, identification, and ecology of microbes. Special emphasis will be placed on aseptic technique, isolation, morphology, differential testing, and laboratory techniques. Prerequisites: BI 100 General Biology, BI 101 General Biology Lab or BI 202 Anatomy and Physiology, BI 203 Anatomy and Physiology Lab or College Level Chemistry.

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 8/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 01/16/20 - 05/14/20 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM R Matthew Irby
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 01/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Matthew Irby

BUS099 Keyboarding Skills

0 Credit Hours

Students will use word processing software to build keyboarding speed and accuracy. Students will learn proper techniques with meaningful practice to improve their alphabetic and numeric keyboard skills.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 12/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/27/20 - 05/15/20 Don Eusey
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/27/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Don Eusey

BUS113 Business Accounting

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn to process accounts in service and merchandising industries by applying concepts and theory to worksheets, financial statements, adjusting entries, closing entries, and by using multiple journals, and processing payroll and payroll taxes for employee and employer. Students learn skills and understanding that require creative and critical thinking to problem solve. Students also learn through communication activities to better understand the accounting process and use the GAAP rules that apply to ethical decisions. Students learn by recording transactions and preparing proper financial reports through manual and automated accounting on the computer.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 12/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Kimberly Dhority
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Kimberly Dhority

BUS113 Business Accounting

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn to process accounts in service and merchandising industries by applying concepts and theory to worksheets, financial statements, adjusting entries, closing entries, and by using multiple journals, and processing payroll and payroll taxes for employee and employer. Students learn skills and understanding that require creative and critical thinking to problem solve. Students also learn through communication activities to better understand the accounting process and use the GAAP rules that apply to ethical decisions. Students learn by recording transactions and preparing proper financial reports through manual and automated accounting on the computer.

Section: Z
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC306 01/14/20 - 05/12/20 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM T Kimberly Dhority
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC306
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/12/20
Times 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Kimberly Dhority

BUS131 Computer Applications

3 Credit Hours

~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment. This course is an introduction to computing with emphasis on improving productivity and communication through the effective use of available technology. Students will acquire computing skills to increase personal productivity in problem-solving, critical thinking and information management through the use of available software packages designed for office applications and telecommunications.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 17/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC302 01/13/20 - 03/26/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R Kenda O'Mara
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC302
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/26/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Kenda O'Mara

BUS131 Computer Applications

3 Credit Hours

~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment. This course is an introduction to computing with emphasis on improving productivity and communication through the effective use of available technology. Students will acquire computing skills to increase personal productivity in problem-solving, critical thinking and information management through the use of available software packages designed for office applications and telecommunications.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 16/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 03/19/20 Kenda O'Mara
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/19/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Kenda O'Mara

BUS132 Office Procedures

4 Credit Hours

Students will develop skills and knowledge designed to prepare them for an administrative support role in an office for the twenty-first century office. Students through hands-on activities, Internet activities, presentations, and group activities will learn to be a productive member of an office team, develop skills in technology, communication (written and oral), and critical thinking, teamwork, interpersonal, and leadership (soft skills).

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 15/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC302 03/17/20 - 05/12/20 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM M W Kenda O'Mara
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC302
Dates 03/17/20 - 05/12/20
Times 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Kenda O'Mara

BUS132 Office Procedures

4 Credit Hours

Students will develop skills and knowledge designed to prepare them for an administrative support role in an office for the twenty-first century office. Students through hands-on activities, Internet activities, presentations, and group activities will learn to be a productive member of an office team, develop skills in technology, communication (written and oral), and critical thinking, teamwork, interpersonal, and leadership (soft skills).

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 9/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/23/20 - 05/14/20 Kenda O'Mara
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/23/20 - 05/14/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Kenda O'Mara

BUS134 Leadership Development

3 Credit Hours

This introductory course will actively engage students in the acquisition of information about leadership, including an enhanced understanding of self and human relationships; communication skills, group dynamics, and team concepts; basic concepts of leadership theory and organizational development; and the ability to integrate concepts with applications to current and future leadership situations. Self-evaluations, team projects, case studies, scenarios, field exercises, and class discussions are the major components of this course.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 15/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC302 01/17/20 - 05/15/20 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM F Kenda O'Mara
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC302
Dates 01/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Kenda O'Mara

BUS134 Leadership Development

3 Credit Hours

This introductory course will actively engage students in the acquisition of information about leadership, including an enhanced understanding of self and human relationships; communication skills, group dynamics, and team concepts; basic concepts of leadership theory and organizational development; and the ability to integrate concepts with applications to current and future leadership situations. Self-evaluations, team projects, case studies, scenarios, field exercises, and class discussions are the major components of this course.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 17/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Laura Moore
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Laura Moore

BUS135 Introduction to Business

3 Credit Hours

~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment Survey of the field of business management, marketing, finance, data processing, and accounting; variety, nature, and interrelationship of problems of business operation

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 12/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC306 01/13/20 - 03/04/20 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM M W Kenda O'Mara
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC306
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/04/20
Times 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Kenda O'Mara

BUS135 Introduction to Business

3 Credit Hours

~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment Survey of the field of business management, marketing, finance, data processing, and accounting; variety, nature, and interrelationship of problems of business operation

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 14/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 03/04/20 Kenda O'Mara
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/04/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Kenda O'Mara

BUS136 Outlook

2 Credit Hours

This course is designed for students to learn information management application tools to send and receive e-mail, organize schedules and events, and maintain contact lists, to-do lists, and notes. MOS certification course objectives follow.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 8/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 03/06/20 Don Eusey
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/06/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Don Eusey

BUS136 Outlook

2 Credit Hours

This course is designed for students to learn information management application tools to send and receive e-mail, organize schedules and events, and maintain contact lists, to-do lists, and notes. MOS certification course objectives follow.

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 17/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC306 01/17/20 - 03/06/20 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM F Don Eusey
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC306
Dates 01/17/20 - 03/06/20
Times 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Don Eusey
Online 01/13/20 - 03/06/20 Don Eusey
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/06/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Don Eusey

BUS137 Marketing

3 Credit Hours

This course is an integrated and analytical approach to the study of the marketing functions. It includes the means and methods of marketing policies, flow of goods, government influence, and trends in the marketing function.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 7/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Laura Moore
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Laura Moore

BUS137 Marketing

3 Credit Hours

This course is an integrated and analytical approach to the study of the marketing functions. It includes the means and methods of marketing policies, flow of goods, government influence, and trends in the marketing function.

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 18/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC311 01/16/20 - 05/16/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM R Laura Moore
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC311
Dates 01/16/20 - 05/16/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Laura Moore

BUS139 Internship I

3 Credit Hours

Students will work in an office environment (145 clock hours). The students will secure employment and demonstrate skills required for successful performance. The student will display the ability to communicate effectively with others and perform job tasks accurately and efficiently. Integration of classroom training with on-the-job experience will allow the student to relate more meaningfully to their future office careers. PREREQUISITE: BUS 132 Office Procedures

Section: INT
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 8/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Don Eusey
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Don Eusey

BUS212 Business Communications

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn successful writing techniques and evaluation tools for effective communication in the workplace. Students will learn both effective communication principles and the use of current technology to succeed in a high-tech, global work environment in written and oral communication and presentations.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 6/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/14/20 - 04/09/20 Laura Moore
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/14/20 - 04/09/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Laura Moore

BUS212 Business Communications

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn successful writing techniques and evaluation tools for effective communication in the workplace. Students will learn both effective communication principles and the use of current technology to succeed in a high-tech, global work environment in written and oral communication and presentations.

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 11/14
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC311 01/14/20 - 04/09/20 8:45 AM - 10:45 AM T Laura Moore
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC311
Dates 01/14/20 - 04/09/20
Times 8:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Laura Moore

BUS217 Management

3 Credit Hours

This course is an introduction to organizations; how the individual relates to the basic management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 19/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Laura Moore
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Laura Moore

BUS218 Business Law

3 Credit Hours

This course surveys the field of business law. Topics given special consideration are law of contracts in general, law of sales, negotiable instruments, and bailments. This course is based on the Universal Commercial Code and is designed to help the student avoid basic problems and to know when to ask for professional help.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 15/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Laura Moore
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Laura Moore

BUS222 Computerized Accounting

2 Credit Hours

Students will extend and apply their knowledge of accounting by using computer software such as QuickBooks. Students will participate in hands-on activities in QuickBooks to maintain a general ledger, track vendor, customer, and inventory activities; process payroll for company employees, prepare bank reconciliations, track time for employees and jobs, customize the appearance of reports and invoices, view graphs, export information in Excel and Word, and utilize the memorizing features of QuickBooks. PREREQUISITE: BUS 113 Business Accounting

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/16/20 - 05/15/20 Don Eusey
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/16/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Don Eusey

BUS222 Computerized Accounting

2 Credit Hours

Students will extend and apply their knowledge of accounting by using computer software such as QuickBooks. Students will participate in hands-on activities in QuickBooks to maintain a general ledger, track vendor, customer, and inventory activities; process payroll for company employees, prepare bank reconciliations, track time for employees and jobs, customize the appearance of reports and invoices, view graphs, export information in Excel and Word, and utilize the memorizing features of QuickBooks. PREREQUISITE: BUS 113 Business Accounting

Section: Z
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 12/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC306 03/19/20 - 05/14/20 8:45 AM - 10:30 AM R Don Eusey
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC306
Dates 03/19/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:45 AM - 10:30 AM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Don Eusey
Online 03/16/20 - 05/15/20 Don Eusey
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/16/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Don Eusey

BUS227 PowerPoint Advance ApplicationsMOS Certification

2 Credit Hours

This course is designed for students to demonstrate advanced skills in Microsoft PowerPoint. Students will prepare by hands-on computer projects relating to particular objectives of Microsoft PowerPoint core objectives to pass PowerPoint Certification exam. MOS certification course objectives are followed. PREREQUISITE: BUS 131 Computer Applications

Section: I
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 39/40
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Don Eusey
Type In-Person
Location DWN
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Don Eusey

BUS229 Database Management

3 Credit Hours

This course provides students with an understanding and use of relational database software in a realistic business environment. Topics include: relational database objects, enhancements of forms and reports, analysis and manipulation of data, and integration of database software with other software programs. This course may be used to prepare for MOS Access Certification.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC306 03/31/20 - 05/14/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R Don Eusey
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC306
Dates 03/31/20 - 05/14/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Don Eusey

BUS229 Database Management

3 Credit Hours

This course provides students with an understanding and use of relational database software in a realistic business environment. Topics include: relational database objects, enhancements of forms and reports, analysis and manipulation of data, and integration of database software with other software programs. This course may be used to prepare for MOS Access Certification.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 13/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 04/13/20 - 05/15/20 Don Eusey
Type Online
Location
Dates 04/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Don Eusey

BUS233 Accounting II

3 Credit Hours

Accounting II covers five major segments of accounting. The first is a study of different groups of balance sheet accounts, including notes, accounts receivable, merchandise inventory, and plant assets. The second is an in-depth coverage of accruals and deferrals of both revenue and expenses. The third segment of the course moves into different forms of ownership, specifically, the partnership and the corporation. Following is a study of the statement of cash flows and the process of analyzing financial statements. The final part of the course studies a business in its segments, focusing on cost accounting systems and the analysis of costs. PREREQUISITE: BUS 113 Business Accounting

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 19/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Kimberly Dhority
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Kimberly Dhority

BUS237 Internship II

3 Credit Hours

Students will be introduced to traditional supervisory office management practices, learn about human relations and how to succeed in all areas of their lives, and how to handle change and conflict in a diverse work force. PREREQUISITE: BUS 139 Internship I

Section: INT
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 20/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Laura Moore
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Laura Moore

BUS238 Internship III

3 Credit Hours

Students will be introduced to traditional supervisory office management practices, learn about human relations and how to succeed in all areas of their lives, and how to handle change and conflict in a diverse work force. PREREQUISITE: BUS 237 Internship II

Section: INT
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Laura Moore
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Laura Moore

CED135 Medication Aide Update

0 Credit Hours

The purpose of this course is to update CMAs on new medications, review of scope or practice, role and response of CMAs, review select group of commonly used medications, side effects and implications for care . A review of nursing home regulations and new regulations for assisted living will also be covered. Prerequisite: CMA, CNA.

Section: A
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 20/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T121 02/25/20 - 02/26/20 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM T W Sondra VanSickle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T121
Dates 02/25/20 - 02/26/20
Times 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Days T W
Instructor Sondra VanSickle

CED135 Medication Aide Update

0 Credit Hours

The purpose of this course is to update CMAs on new medications, review of scope or practice, role and response of CMAs, review select group of commonly used medications, side effects and implications for care . A review of nursing home regulations and new regulations for assisted living will also be covered. Prerequisite: CMA, CNA.

Section: B
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 20/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T121 05/12/20 - 05/13/20 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM T W
Type In-Person
Location TECH T121
Dates 05/12/20 - 05/13/20
Times 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Days T W
Instructor

CED140 CPR Healthcare Provider

0 Credit Hours

Students will be provided with knowledge and skills to administer basic life support according to American Heart Association standards.

Section: OZA
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 4/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 02/05/20 Barbara Evans
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/05/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans
In-Person FHTC M112C 02/08/20 - 02/08/20 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM S Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112C
Dates 02/08/20 - 02/08/20
Times 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Barbara Evans

CED140 CPR Healthcare Provider

0 Credit Hours

Students will be provided with knowledge and skills to administer basic life support according to American Heart Association standards.

Section: OZB
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 6/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 02/10/20 - 02/26/20 Barbara Evans
Type Online
Location
Dates 02/10/20 - 02/26/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans
In-Person FHTC M112C 02/29/20 - 02/29/20 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM S Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112C
Dates 02/29/20 - 02/29/20
Times 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Barbara Evans

CED140 CPR Healthcare Provider

0 Credit Hours

Students will be provided with knowledge and skills to administer basic life support according to American Heart Association standards.

Section: OZC
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 6/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/20/20 - 04/01/20 Barbara Evans
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/20/20 - 04/01/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans
In-Person FHTC M112C 04/04/20 - 04/04/20 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM S Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112C
Dates 04/04/20 - 04/04/20
Times 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Barbara Evans

CED140 CPR Healthcare Provider

0 Credit Hours

Students will be provided with knowledge and skills to administer basic life support according to American Heart Association standards.

Section: OZD
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 6/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 04/06/20 - 04/29/20 Barbara Evans
Type Online
Location
Dates 04/06/20 - 04/29/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans
In-Person FHTC M112C 05/02/20 - 05/02/20 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM S Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112C
Dates 05/02/20 - 05/02/20
Times 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Barbara Evans

CED231 First Aid/CPR

0 Credit Hours

This course is for individuals with limited or no medical training. This course teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until EMS arrives. The class covers first aid basics, medical and injury emergencies, Adult and Child CPR and AED use, and infant CPR.

Section: OZA
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 5/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 02/05/20 Barbara Evans
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/05/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans
In-Person FHTC M112C 02/08/20 - 02/08/20 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM S Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112C
Dates 02/08/20 - 02/08/20
Times 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Barbara Evans

CED231 First Aid/CPR

0 Credit Hours

This course is for individuals with limited or no medical training. This course teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until EMS arrives. The class covers first aid basics, medical and injury emergencies, Adult and Child CPR and AED use, and infant CPR.

Section: OZB
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 6/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 02/10/20 - 02/26/20 Barbara Evans
Type Online
Location
Dates 02/10/20 - 02/26/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans
In-Person FHTC M112C 02/29/20 - 02/29/20 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM S Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112C
Dates 02/29/20 - 02/29/20
Times 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Barbara Evans

CED231 First Aid/CPR

0 Credit Hours

This course is for individuals with limited or no medical training. This course teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until EMS arrives. The class covers first aid basics, medical and injury emergencies, Adult and Child CPR and AED use, and infant CPR.

Section: OZC
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 6/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/02/20 - 04/01/20 Barbara Evans
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/02/20 - 04/01/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans
In-Person FHTC M112C 04/04/20 - 04/04/20 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM S Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112C
Dates 04/04/20 - 04/04/20
Times 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Barbara Evans

CED231 First Aid/CPR

0 Credit Hours

This course is for individuals with limited or no medical training. This course teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until EMS arrives. The class covers first aid basics, medical and injury emergencies, Adult and Child CPR and AED use, and infant CPR.

Section: OZD
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 6/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 04/06/20 - 04/29/20 Barbara Evans
Type Online
Location
Dates 04/06/20 - 04/29/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans
In-Person FHTC M112C 05/02/20 - 05/02/20 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM S Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112C
Dates 05/02/20 - 05/02/20
Times 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Barbara Evans

CED400 Excel Fundamentals

0 Credit Hours

Designed for students with limited Excel experience. Gain proficiency with entering and editing data, modifying a worksheet, using functions, printing, creating charts and basic web features. Prerequisite: Knowledge of Windows, keyboard and mouse.

Section: A
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 6/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC302 02/11/20 - 02/20/20 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM T Kenda O'Mara
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC302
Dates 02/11/20 - 02/20/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Kenda O'Mara

CED400 Excel Fundamentals

0 Credit Hours

Designed for students with limited Excel experience. Gain proficiency with entering and editing data, modifying a worksheet, using functions, printing, creating charts and basic web features. Prerequisite: Knowledge of Windows, keyboard and mouse.

Section: B
Course Format: Continuing Education Seats Available: 6/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC302 03/17/20 - 03/26/20 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM T R Kenda O'Mara
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC302
Dates 03/17/20 - 03/26/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Kenda O'Mara

CPD119 Fundamental Visual Basic

4 Credit Hours

Within the CPD 119 course, students will establish a foundation for programming with Visual Basic by deriving the physical design, establishing development environments, and creating user services for Visual Basic applications. Students will use real-world examples to solve programming problems using foundational structures, controls, and code. The course will build upon the structures and design principals developed in CPD 122. Prerequisite: CPD 122 Program Logic & Design w/Alice 3D. This course is a prerequisite for the course CPD 228 Advanced Visual Basic

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 18/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC305 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC305
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Russell Thrailkill

CPD210 Access Database Concepts, Design &Application w/Visual Basic

4 Credit Hours

Within CPD 210 the student will apply principles of database design and management to the selection of appropriate relational database systems. Students will demonstrate skills at the introductory and intermediate and advanced levels by producing documents using Windows 7 and Microsoft Access 2013. Within Access, students will create and maintain database tables, define table relationships, create running and saving queries, sort and filter records, create and customize forms and reports, publish Access objects to the World Wide Web, replicate a database, create and run macros, create navigation objects, work with database security and write Visual Basic code. Students will identify different models of database design. Students will use their knowledge of object-oriented, distributed, and client/server systems, as well as data warehousing, QBE, and SQL, to identify and analyze database design needs and internet and intranet implications for database management. This course is designed to prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification (MOS) certification exams. The MOS Program Certification exams help students demonstrate their proficiencies to prospective employers and give them a competitive edge in the job marketplace. This is a prerequisite course for CPD 226 SQL Database Concepts, Design & Application.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 12/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC305 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC305
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Russell Thrailkill

CPD210 Access Database Concepts, Design &Application w/Visual Basic

4 Credit Hours

Within CPD 210 the student will apply principles of database design and management to the selection of appropriate relational database systems. Students will demonstrate skills at the introductory and intermediate and advanced levels by producing documents using Windows 7 and Microsoft Access 2013. Within Access, students will create and maintain database tables, define table relationships, create running and saving queries, sort and filter records, create and customize forms and reports, publish Access objects to the World Wide Web, replicate a database, create and run macros, create navigation objects, work with database security and write Visual Basic code. Students will identify different models of database design. Students will use their knowledge of object-oriented, distributed, and client/server systems, as well as data warehousing, QBE, and SQL, to identify and analyze database design needs and internet and intranet implications for database management. This course is designed to prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification (MOS) certification exams. The MOS Program Certification exams help students demonstrate their proficiencies to prospective employers and give them a competitive edge in the job marketplace. This is a prerequisite course for CPD 226 SQL Database Concepts, Design & Application.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 18/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 03/06/20 Russell Thrailkill
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/06/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Russell Thrailkill

CPD222 Java Programming

3 Credit Hours

Students will develop and apply object-oriented programming using the Java Runtime Environment to create Java applications. Students will use if…else statements, looping statements, regular expressions, collections, IO, and streams to create/process data models. Students will use creational design patterns to create objects that can be stored in various data storage engines. Students will construct applications to interact with JSON and Web APIs. The prerequisite for this course is CPD 122.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 19/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 Russell Thrailkill
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Russell Thrailkill

CPD226 SQL Database Concepts, Design &Application

3 Credit Hours

Students learn how to create and maintain database objects in CPD 226 and how to store, retrieve, and manipulate the data. Students also create SQL blocks of application code that will be shared by multiple forms, reports, and data management in many different applications. Students learn many different types of query development using aggregate functions, sorting options, subqueries, grouping, having, nulls, joins, set operations, views, indexes, and security. Students learn how to apply this to high-end databases like MYSQL, Oracle and SQL Server and to incorporate SQL into computer programs. PREREQUISITE: CPD 122 Program Logic & Design with Alice 3D; CPD 210 Access Database Concepts, Design, & Applications

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 12/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC305 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC305
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Russell Thrailkill

CPD226 SQL Database Concepts, Design &Application

3 Credit Hours

Students learn how to create and maintain database objects in CPD 226 and how to store, retrieve, and manipulate the data. Students also create SQL blocks of application code that will be shared by multiple forms, reports, and data management in many different applications. Students learn many different types of query development using aggregate functions, sorting options, subqueries, grouping, having, nulls, joins, set operations, views, indexes, and security. Students learn how to apply this to high-end databases like MYSQL, Oracle and SQL Server and to incorporate SQL into computer programs. PREREQUISITE: CPD 122 Program Logic & Design with Alice 3D; CPD 210 Access Database Concepts, Design, & Applications

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 18/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/17/20 - 05/15/20 Russell Thrailkill
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Russell Thrailkill

CPD228 Advanced Visual Basic

4 Credit Hours

Students will establish a foundation for programming with Visual Basic 2013 by deriving the physical design, establishing development environments, and creating user services for Visual Basic applications. Students use real-world examples to solve programming problems using foundational classes, methods, inheritance, structures, controls, & code. Visual Basic 2013 will be the current software used. The course will build upon the structures and design principles developed in CPD 122. In CPD 228, students will build on the foundation established by the prerequisite course Fundamental Visual Basic, CPD 119 and create and manage components, create data services, test solutions, deploy applications, and provide maintenance and support of Visual Basic applications. The focus will be on error-trapping, arrays, random and sequential file manipulation, sub and function procedures, classes and inheritance and database access using SQL and Microsoft Access. Prerequisite: CPD 119 Fundamental Visual Basic and CPD 122 Program Logic & Design w/Alice 3D

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 18/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC305 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC305
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Russell Thrailkill

CPD229 C# Programming

4 Credit Hours

CPD 229 is designed as an introduction programming course. Students will develop and apply programming concepts and how to plan and create well-structured programs. They will be able to write programs using the sequence, selection, and repetition structures, as well as how to create and manipulate sequential access files, classes, strings, conditional execution, data types, functions, arrays, generic collections, and Linq. C# teaches programming concepts using a framework class oriented approach, rather than a task or command-driven approach. The .NET Framework uses a wealth of libraries for developing applications for the Windows family of operating systems. With C#, students can build small, reusable components that fit with today’s Web-based / Database driven programming applications. Students will manipulate programming components using Visual Studio’s refined and superior Integrated Development Environment. Students will use realistic cases in creating the programs that will require them to demonstrate program design, problem solving, debugging, and use of effective programming techniques that they will likely encounter in the programming job market. The prerequisite for this course is CPD 122.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 19/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 Russell Thrailkill
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Russell Thrailkill

DNA202 OSHA Compliance for the DentalPractice

2 Credit Hours

This course is a review of DNA 104 and Infection Control. Students will create an OSHA Compliance Notebook reflecting current OSHA regulations in dentistry. Significant regulatory actions by federal, state, and local agencies for the protection of both patients and dental healthcare workers are covered. Basic concepts, specific step-by-step procedures, and the current regulatory mandates related to infection control and the management of hazardous diseases of primary concern to the dental health team is also reviewed. PREREQUISITE: Completion of 1st Semester Course with “C” or better.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108D 01/17/20 - 03/20/20 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM F Monica Graves
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108D
Dates 01/17/20 - 03/20/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Monica Graves

DNA203 Clinical Chairside

1 Credit Hours

Students will participate in on-site clinical activities with a licensed dentist and DANB certified DNA faculty.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/32
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108D 01/13/20 - 03/16/20 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM M Deborah Illk
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108D
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/16/20
Times 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Days M
Instructor Deborah Illk
In-Person FHTC M108D 01/13/20 - 03/16/20 8:20 AM - 12:00 PM M Monica Graves
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108D
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/16/20
Times 8:20 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days M
Instructor Monica Graves

DNA205 Dental Radiology II

1 Credit Hours

Students will recognize anatomical structures, diseases of the dental pulp and the oral soft tissues on radiographs. This course also includes a review of X-ray production, quality control and assurance of diagnostic radiographs. Pre-requisite: Successful completion of all first semester courses

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 14/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108D 01/15/20 - 03/18/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM W Monica Graves
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108D
Dates 01/15/20 - 03/18/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Monica Graves

DNA206 Dental Materials II

1 Credit Hours

Students will compare the benefits and disadvantages of removable fixed prosthodontic restorations. They will also perform model pouring and trimming for the purpose of diagnostic records as well as articulation for treatment of TMD. This course is a continuation of Dental Materials I for mastery of manipulation of a variety of dental materials.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/32
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108D 01/17/20 - 03/20/20 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM F Deborah Illk
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108D
Dates 01/17/20 - 03/20/20
Times 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Deborah Illk
In-Person FHTC M108D 01/17/20 - 03/20/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM T Monica Graves
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108D
Dates 01/17/20 - 03/20/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Monica Graves

DNA215 Dental Practice Management

3 Credit Hours

Students will utilize related office management skills to perform tasks relative to office correspondence, office management and utilizing manual and computerized patient registration, bookkeeping and insurance claims systems. Words, statements, techniques, and procedures to ensure professional telephone communications are included.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 14/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108D 01/14/20 - 03/17/20 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM T Deborah Illk
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108D
Dates 01/14/20 - 03/17/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Deborah Illk
In-Person FHTC M108D 01/16/20 - 03/19/20 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM R Monica Graves
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108D
Dates 01/16/20 - 03/19/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Monica Graves

DNA220 Clinical Internship

7 Credit Hours

Students participate in clinical activities at participating dental offices as assigned. Two clinical internships are required in this semester. Criteria are established for evaluation of student performances with the dentist or designated dental team member and the program director. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all first semester courses.

Section: INT
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 14/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 03/23/20 - 05/15/20 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM M T W R F Monica Graves
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 03/23/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Monica Graves

EG100 English for Technical Professions

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn successful writing techniques and evaluation tools for effective communication in the workplace. Students will learn both effective communication principles and the use of current technology to succeed in a high-tech, global work environment in written and oral communication and presentations.

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 26/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person JEC J001 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 8:30 AM - 9:50 AM T R Leann Garcia
Type In-Person
Location JEC J001
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:30 AM - 9:50 AM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Leann Garcia

EG103 English Composition I

3 Credit Hours

English Composition provides students with research and writing experiences that allow them to improve their knowledge, skills, and understanding of the writing process. It will emphasize prewriting, planning, drafting, and revision techniques essential to effective writing and communication. Students should recognize the importance of the grammatical and rhetorical structure of language, and utilize the process of creating clear and accurate documents through the writing of at least four graded essays and a number of in-class writing exercises. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment ENG 1010 PREREQUISITE: Qualifying score on ACT, ACCUPLACER, or similar;

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 25/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person JEC J001 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM T R Leann Garcia
Type In-Person
Location JEC J001
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Leann Garcia

EG103 English Composition I

3 Credit Hours

English Composition provides students with research and writing experiences that allow them to improve their knowledge, skills, and understanding of the writing process. It will emphasize prewriting, planning, drafting, and revision techniques essential to effective writing and communication. Students should recognize the importance of the grammatical and rhetorical structure of language, and utilize the process of creating clear and accurate documents through the writing of at least four graded essays and a number of in-class writing exercises.

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 2/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Leann Garcia
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Leann Garcia

EG104 English Composition II

3 Credit Hours

This course builds upon the critical thinking, reading, and writing capabilities that students developed in English Composition I. Students learn the processes necessary for collecting and incorporating research material in writing. They learn how to evaluate, cite, and document primary and secondary research sources, and how to develop arguments and support them with sound evidence. Pre-requisite: EG 102 English Composition with Review or EG 103 English Composition I with a “C” or higher

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 20/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Leann Garcia
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Leann Garcia

EMS103 Emergency Medical Technician

12 Credit Hours

The program will provide the participant with opportunities to gain information, skills, and attitudes necessary for certification and practice as an EMT.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/18
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112A 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM T W R Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112A
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Meeting Days T W R
Instructor Barbara Evans

EMS105 AEMT Hospital Clinical

2 Credit Hours

This course will provide students with opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge of assessment and treatment of patients. PREREQUISITE: EMS 104 Advanced Emergency Medical Technician

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans

EMS106 AEMT Field Internship

2 Credit Hours

This course will provide students with opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge of assessment and treatment of patients. PREREQUISITE: EMS 104 Advanced Emergency Medical Technician

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans

EMS109 ACLS

2 Credit Hours

Through didactic instruction and active participation in simulated cases, students will enhance their skills and clinical decision-making abilities for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiopulmonary arrest, acute arrhythmia, stroke, and acute coronary syndromes.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 18/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans

EMS119 Medical Report Writing

2 Credit Hours

Students will learn successful writing techniiques and evaluation tools for effective communication in the workplace. Students will learn both effective communication principles and the use of current technology to succeed in a high-tech, global work environment in written communication and presentation.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 16/18
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 Barbara Evans
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Barbara Evans

GAT109 Screen Printing Applications

2 Credit Hours

This course emphasizes the principles of screenmaking, photomechanical stencil preparation, image preparation and registration techniques for single and multi color work. Students will demonstrate the production of textile and graphics products.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 4/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M127 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM M W Megan Allen
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M127
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Megan Allen
In-Person FHTC M125B 01/17/20 - 05/15/20 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM F Megan Allen
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125B
Dates 01/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Megan Allen

GAT117 Graphic Design I

4 Credit Hours

Students will explore the systems and processes of design to create effective solutions to graphic design problems. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the design process, the applied principles of design, and the use of typography. Topics also include a brief history of design and the design of specific media.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 10/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M120D 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM M W F Thomas Parish
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M120D
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M W F
Instructor Thomas Parish

GAT220 Materials and Processes

4 Credit Hours

Students will assess and utilize contemporary materials for the production of graphically reproduced products. Materials covered will be paper, ink, fountain solutions, plates, blankets, and packing. PREREQUISITE: GAT 107 Graphic Reproduction Processes I.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 4/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125B 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM M W F Megan Allen
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125B
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M W F
Instructor Megan Allen

GAT220 Materials and Processes

4 Credit Hours

Students will assess and utilize contemporary materials for the production of graphically reproduced products. Materials covered will be paper, ink, fountain solutions, plates, blankets, and packing. PREREQUISITE: GAT 107 Graphic Reproduction Processes I.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125B 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM M W F Megan Allen
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125B
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Meeting Days M W F
Instructor Megan Allen

GAT222 Graphic Reproduction Processes II

2 Credit Hours

Students will demonstrate skills and techniques used in operating medium format sheet-fed offset printing equipment. They will perform production procedures, and demonstrate production principles based on industry standards. Students will develop knowledge and experience necessary for lifelong personal development and growth.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/11
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M120 01/14/20 - 05/12/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM T R Megan Allen
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M120
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/12/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Megan Allen
In-Person FHTC M120 01/17/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM F Megan Allen
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M120
Dates 01/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Megan Allen

GAT241 Advanced Graphic Production

4 Credit Hours

Students will further an understanding of the technical considerations of the print production process, including the development of artwork for film output. Students will evaluate digital artwork files and reconcile potential technical problems including proper file format and resolution, linked artwork files, and font file issues.Pre-requisite GAT234 Graphic Design II

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 4/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M120D 01/14/20 - 05/15/20 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM T R Thomas Parish
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M120D
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Thomas Parish
In-Person FHTC M120D 01/17/20 - 05/15/20 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM F Thomas Parish
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M120D
Dates 01/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Thomas Parish

GAT247 Photo Software

4 Credit Hours

Students will evaluate and create photographic and multi-colored artwork in a raster-based (pixelbased) graphics software application environment (Adobe Photoshop). Students will gain additional experience scanning and editing artwork used for a variety of visual media.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 1/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M120D 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM M W Thomas Parish
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M120D
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Thomas Parish
In-Person FHTC M120D 01/17/20 - 05/15/20 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM F Thomas Parish
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M120D
Dates 01/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Thomas Parish

GAT247 Photo Software

4 Credit Hours

Students will evaluate and create photographic and multi-colored artwork in a raster-based (pixelbased) graphics software application environment (Adobe Photoshop). Students will gain additional experience scanning and editing artwork used for a variety of visual media.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 3/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M120D 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM M W Thomas Parish
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M120D
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Thomas Parish
In-Person FHTC M120D 01/17/20 - 05/15/20 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM F Thomas Parish
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M120D
Dates 01/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Thomas Parish

HCA107 Sustainability & Environment Issues

1 Credit Hours

Students will understand sustainable choices in food production and the impact it has on “green commitment” in our society. They will research and evaluate their own personal opinions on how to make their own impact and contribution and better sustainable choices. This class is research based to help the student assess their personal opinion and create their own practical solutions to current findings. Students will also assess what other foodservice professionals are doing and the effectiveness of their contributions.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112B 03/17/20 - 05/05/20 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM T Alberto Navarro-Trujillo
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112B
Dates 03/17/20 - 05/05/20
Times 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Alberto Navarro-Trujillo

HCA131 Baking Theory, Pastry andConfections

3 Credit Hours

Students will demonstrate a mastery of skills previously learned in HCA 106, Introduction to Baking and Pastries. Skills include: “Mise en Place” for the bakeshop, scaling recipes and identifying bakeshop ingredients, understanding basic principles of baking. Students will prepare a variety of decorative desserts, classic pastries, custards, creams, and frozen desserts. Pre requisites: HCA106 Introduction to Baking and Pastries and HCA128 Food Sanitation

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112B 01/13/20 - 03/05/20 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R Alberto Navarro-Trujillo
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112B
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/05/20
Times 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Alberto Navarro-Trujillo

HCA132 Intermediate Culinary Techniquesand Theory

3 Credit Hours

Students will demonstrate a mastery of skills previously learned in HCA 104 Culinary Techniques & Theory. Using safe, sanitary, and productive food preparation procedures they will demonstrate the ability to identify various grades of food products, correct purchasing and storage methods and proper cooking techniques. Pre requisites: HCA104 Culinary Techniques and Theory , HCA106 Introduction to Baking and Pastries and HCA128 Food Sanitation

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112B 03/16/20 - 05/14/20 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R Alberto Navarro-Trujillo
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112B
Dates 03/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Alberto Navarro-Trujillo

HCA133 Catering and Banquet Production

3 Credit Hours

Students will plan, organize, direct, execute, and control a catered event. They will demonstrate attention to details and be able to recognize and deal with problems and emergency situations that arise in the catering and banquet environment. They will understand how to be cost-efficient and financially profitable. They will demonstrate the use of computer software applications in catering and banquet planning. They will perform front-of-house duties, including enhanced customer service procedures. Pre requisites: HCA 104 Culinary Techniques and Theory, HCA106 Introduction to Baking and Pastries and HCA128 Food Sanitation

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M114D 01/23/20 - 05/14/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM R Alberto Navarro-Trujillo
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M114D
Dates 01/23/20 - 05/14/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Alberto Navarro-Trujillo

HCA134 Advanced Garde Manger

3 Credit Hours

Students will prepare food used in the cold side of the kitchen. Students will learn advanced techniques including: Hors d’euvre’s, appetizers, elements of charcutterie, pates, terrines, and cured and smoked foods. Students will demonstrate advanced techniques edible art, garnishing, fruit, vegetable and ice carvings. Pre requisites: HCA 104 Culinary Techniques and Theory, HCA106 Introduction to Baking and Pastries, HCA 109 Introduction to Garde Manger, and HCA128 Food Sanitation

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 9/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M114D 01/14/20 - 05/12/20 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM T Alberto Navarro-Trujillo
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M114D
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/12/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Alberto Navarro-Trujillo
In-Person FHTC M114D 01/17/20 - 05/15/20 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM F Alberto Navarro-Trujillo
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M114D
Dates 01/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Alberto Navarro-Trujillo

HCA135 Accounting, Purchasing and CostControls

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn the importance of controlling all costs associated with the operation of a foodservice establishment. Students will also learn how to forecast, budget, manage sales, and how to properly receive, store and prepare food in accordance to an operation’s financial goals. In addition, students will earn a certificate from the National Restaurant Association (NRA) in collaboration with the Manage First (MFP) credential. This course is one of the five (NRAEF) courses that help students earn their MFP certification. Pre requisites: HCA 104 Culinary Techniques and Theory, HCA106 Introduction to Baking and Pastries, HCA 110 Restaurant Management and Leadership, and HCA128 Food Sanitation

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 8/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112B 03/16/20 - 05/13/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM M W Kendra Smith
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112B
Dates 03/16/20 - 05/13/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Kendra Smith

HCA202 Hospitality Supervision andMarketing

3 Credit Hours

This course introduces the student to principles of successful restaurant management. It includes the planning stages of marketing, menu design, pricing, and evaluation. It also emphasizes information managers need to know concerning employee recruitment and selection, and legal aspects of restaurant management. In addition, upon successful completion of the course students will earn a certificate from the National Restaurant Association (NRA) in collaboration with the ManageFirst Professional® (MFP®) credential. This course is one of five (NRAEF) courses that help students earn their MFP® certification. Pre requisites: HCA 104 Culinary Techniques and Theory, HCA106 Introduction to Baking and Pastries, HCA 110 Restaurant Management and Leadership, and HCA128 Food Sanitation

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 15/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M114D 01/13/20 - 03/04/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM M W Kendra Smith
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M114D
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/04/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Kendra Smith

HCA203 World Cuisine

3 Credit Hours

Students will prepare a variety of dishes using food and products reflecting flavors and techniques of international cuisine. Student will cook and prepare specialty dishes throughout the world. This class will in prepare cuisine in bulk quantities and serve to the public. Students will be able to describe the differences in each region what make each type of cuisine unique and dynamic. . Pre requisites: HCA 104 Culinary Techniques and Theory, HCA106 Introduction to Baking and Pastries, HCA 109 Introduction to Garde Manger, HCA128 Food Sanitation, HCA 131 Baking Theory, Pastry and Confections and HCA 132 Intermediate Culinary Techniques and Theory and HCA 200 American Regional Cuisine

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M114D 01/15/20 - 05/13/20 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM W Kendra Smith
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M114D
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/13/20
Times 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Kendra Smith
In-Person FHTC M114D 01/16/20 - 05/14/20 7:30 AM - 1:30 PM R Kendra Smith
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M114D
Dates 01/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 7:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Kendra Smith

HCA221 Internship

2 Credit Hours

This course is designed for the student to gain practical experience in the food service industry, in both hands-on production, and management functions. Students successfully completing the internship should be well prepared to take on entry-level positions in the field. Pre requisite: Successful completion of technical certificate.

Section: INT
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC 01/13/20 - 05/11/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Kendra Smith
Type In-Person
Location FHTC
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/11/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Kendra Smith

HCA222 Internship II

3 Credit Hours

This course is designed for the student to gain practical experience in the food service industry, in both hands-on production, and management functions. Students successfully completing the internship should be well prepared to take on entry-level positions in the field. Pre requisite: Successful completion of technical certificate.

Section: INT
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC 01/13/20 - 05/11/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Kendra Smith
Type In-Person
Location FHTC
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/11/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Kendra Smith

HCA223 Internship III

4 Credit Hours

This course is designed for the student to gain practical experience in the food service industry, in both hands-on production, and management functions. Students successfully completing the internship should be well prepared to take on entry-level positions in the field. Pre requisite: Successful completion of technical certificate.

Section: INT
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC 01/13/20 - 05/11/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Kendra Smith
Type In-Person
Location FHTC
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/11/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Kendra Smith

HCA235 Advanced Baking and RetailProduction

2 Credit Hours

Students will master previous skills developed from HCA 106 & HCA 131 and will apply them to elaborate pastries, tortes and various desserts. This class incorporates elements of retail baking production, food costing and sales. Students will develop a professional portfolio and create a personalized bakeshop business plan. Pre requisites: HCA 104 Culinary Techniques and Theory, HCA106 Introduction to Baking and Pastries, HCA 110 Restaurant Management and Leadership, HCA 131 Baking Theory, Pastry and Confections and HCA 132 Intermediate Culinary Techniques and Theory and HCA 133 Catering and Banquet Production

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 8/12
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112A 03/17/20 - 05/05/20 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM T Kendra Smith
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112A
Dates 03/17/20 - 05/05/20
Times 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Kendra Smith

HHS101 Growth and Development

3 Credit Hours

This course offers information concerning normal physical, psychological, and social developmental changes that occur during a person’s lifespan from birth to death. The student will learn specific information identifying factors, which influence human development and changes within family structure. The student will also learn strategies to assist individuals and/or families dealing with crisis such as hospitalization.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 14/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 Patricia Parks
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Patricia Parks

HHS101 Growth and Development

3 Credit Hours

This course offers information concerning normal physical, psychological, and social developmental changes that occur during a person’s lifespan from birth to death. The student will learn specific information identifying factors, which influence human development and changes within family structure. The student will also learn strategies to assist individuals and/or families dealing with crisis such as hospitalization.

Section: OB
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 29/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 Patricia Parks
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Patricia Parks

HHS119 Nutrition

3 Credit Hours

Students will identify, describe and discuss the various nutrients essential to promoting growth and maintenance of the human body. The clinical aspects of nutrition are explored through various therapeutic diets as well as through introductory nutritional assessment skills.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 22/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 Kayla Luder
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Kayla Luder

HHS119 Nutrition

3 Credit Hours

Students will identify, describe and discuss the various nutrients essential to promoting growth and maintenance of the human body. The clinical aspects of nutrition are explored through various therapeutic diets as well as through introductory nutritional assessment skills.

Section: OB
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 26/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 Kayla Luder
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Kayla Luder

HHS250 IV Therapy

2 Credit Hours

The LPN will perform IV Therapy procedures as defined in K.A.R. 60-16-102 (b). The student will demonstrate knowledge, skills and competency in the administration of IV fluid therapy in a safe manner.

Section: ZA
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 0/10
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 02/29/20 Autumn McCullough
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/29/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Autumn McCullough
In-Person FHTC M108P 02/29/20 - 02/29/20 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM S Autumn McCullough
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108P
Dates 02/29/20 - 02/29/20
Times 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Autumn McCullough

HHS250 IV Therapy

2 Credit Hours

The LPN will perform IV Therapy procedures as defined in K.A.R. 60-16-102 (b). The student will demonstrate knowledge, skills and competency in the administration of IV fluid therapy in a safe manner.

Section: ZB
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 3/10
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/02/20 - 05/02/20 Autumn McCullough
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/02/20 - 05/02/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Autumn McCullough
In-Person FHTC M108P 05/02/20 - 05/02/20 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM S Autumn McCullough
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108P
Dates 05/02/20 - 05/02/20
Times 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Meeting Days S
Instructor Autumn McCullough

HHS261 First Aid/CPR

1 Credit Hours

Students will demonstrate the basics of first aid from breathing and cardiac emergencies to the care of sudden illnesses or injuries.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 18/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112B 03/19/20 - 05/14/20 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM R Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112B
Dates 03/19/20 - 05/14/20
Times 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Barbara Evans

HHS264 Home Health Aide

1 Credit Hours

The students will demonstrate the basic principles of direct nursing care. The students will demonstrate knowledge of home nursing care in the skills lab and in the classroom. PREREQUISTE: Certified Nurse Aide

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 17/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T121 03/03/20 - 03/06/20 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM T W R F Sondra VanSickle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T121
Dates 03/03/20 - 03/06/20
Times 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days T W R F
Instructor Sondra VanSickle

HHS265 Medication Aide

3 Credit Hours

This course provides basic guidelines regarding the role and responsibility of the CMA, the administration of medications, a review of basic math and medical abbreviations, and a review of body systems and drugs applicable to those systems. Prerequisite: C.N.A.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 2/6
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T121 01/14/20 - 02/20/20 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM T W R Sondra VanSickle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T121
Dates 01/14/20 - 02/20/20
Times 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Days T W R
Instructor Sondra VanSickle
In-Person 02/12/20 - 02/19/20 7:00 AM - 1:30 PM T W R Sondra VanSickle
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 02/12/20 - 02/19/20
Times 7:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Meeting Days T W R
Instructor Sondra VanSickle

HHS268 F/A Heartsaver CPR

2 Credit Hours

Students will demonstrate the basics of first aid from breathing and cardiac emergencies to the care of sudden illnesses or injuries.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112A 01/15/20 - 05/13/20 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM W Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112A
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/13/20
Times 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Barbara Evans

HHS268 F/A Heartsaver CPR

2 Credit Hours

Students will demonstrate the basics of first aid from breathing and cardiac emergencies to the care of sudden illnesses or injuries.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 18/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112A 01/16/20 - 05/14/20 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM R Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112A
Dates 01/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Barbara Evans

HHS268 F/A Heartsaver CPR

2 Credit Hours

Students will demonstrate the basics of first aid from breathing and cardiac emergencies to the care of sudden illnesses or injuries.

Section: D
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 14/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112A 02/14/20 - 02/14/20 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM F Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112A
Dates 02/14/20 - 02/14/20
Times 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Barbara Evans

HHS270 Certified Nurse Aide

5 Credit Hours

The students will demonstrate the basic principles of direct nursing care. The students will demonstrate knowledge of nursing care in the skills lab and in clinical practice.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/10
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T121 03/17/20 - 04/23/20 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM T W R Sondra VanSickle
Type In-Person
Location TECH T121
Dates 03/17/20 - 04/23/20
Times 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Days T W R
Instructor Sondra VanSickle

HOT211 Restorative Aide

1 Credit Hours

The student will demonstrate the principles of basic rehabilitative care to promote or maintain optimal wellness. The student will continue to reinforce and integrate knowledge of rehabilitative theories in clinical practice.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person CONST C402C 01/28/20 - 02/21/20 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM M W R F Stacy Swift
Type In-Person
Location CONST C402C
Dates 01/28/20 - 02/21/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days M W R F
Instructor Stacy Swift

HOT215 First Aid/CPR

1 Credit Hours

The student will recognize a serious medical emergency and demonstrate the knowledge of how to access EMS. The student will be able to furnish temporary assistance until competent medical care is obtained or until the chance for recovery without medical care is assured.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M112A 02/04/20 - 03/31/20 8:20 AM - 10:20 AM T Barbara Evans
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M112A
Dates 02/04/20 - 03/31/20
Times 8:20 AM - 10:20 AM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Barbara Evans

HOT220 Health Occupations II

3 Credit Hours

The student will explore legal and ethical issues pertaining to the U.S. healthcare system, gain an understanding of the importance of confidentiality and patient documentation, and participate in clinical shadowing experiences with area healthcare providers.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person CONST C402C 03/16/20 - 03/27/20 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM M W R F Stacy Swift
Type In-Person
Location CONST C402C
Dates 03/16/20 - 03/27/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days M W R F
Instructor Stacy Swift
In-Person CONST C402C 04/01/20 - 05/01/20 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM W F Stacy Swift
Type In-Person
Location CONST C402C
Dates 04/01/20 - 05/01/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days W F
Instructor Stacy Swift
In-Person CONST C402C 05/04/20 - 05/15/20 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM M T W R F Stacy Swift
Type In-Person
Location CONST C402C
Dates 05/04/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Stacy Swift

HOT223 Introduction to Massage Therapy

1 Credit Hours

The student will learn the principles of massage therapy and adapt this knowledge to the clinical setting. The student will be able to utilize these skills in caring for patients and residents in the long term care setting.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 04/13/20 - 04/30/20 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM M T R
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 04/13/20 - 04/30/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days M T R
Instructor
In-Person CONST C402C 03/30/20 - 04/09/20 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM M R Stacy Swift
Type In-Person
Location CONST C402C
Dates 03/30/20 - 04/09/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days M R
Instructor Stacy Swift

HOT225 Medical Front Office Skills

1 Credit Hours

The student will demonstrate basic knowledge about various duties pertaining to medical front office skills.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person CONST C402C 01/13/20 - 01/27/20 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM M T W R F Stacy Swift
Type In-Person
Location CONST C402C
Dates 01/13/20 - 01/27/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Stacy Swift

HYG204 Periodontics

3 Credit Hours

This course will include recognition of the etiology and clinical signs and symptoms of periodontal diseases. The inflammatory process, treatment planning and nonsurgical and surgical therapies are discussed. Prerequisite: HYG 201 Pre-Clinical Hygiene Process, HYG 203 Dental Embryology/Histology/Anatomy, and HYG 205 Hygiene Education and Prevention

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M121 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM T R Amy Coffelt
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M121
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Amy Coffelt

HYG205 Hygiene Education and Prevention

2 Credit Hours

Students will be required to provide patient education and preventive measure to varied individuals and in various settings. Students will provide presentation materials on the importance of oral health education and prevention to audiences in public institutions.

Section: Z
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M121 01/17/20 - 05/15/20 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM F Janice Robinett
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M121
Dates 01/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Janice Robinett

HYG212 Clinical Hygiene II

4 Credit Hours

The course will include clinical application of dental hygiene techniques and instrumentation, oral health products, patient motivation and educational techniques, preventive strategies including use of an intraoral clinic camera and an introduction to selected dental specialties. An introduction to the dental hygiene process (ADPIE) and working with special-needs patient populations will be provided. This course is a continuation of Clinical Dental Hygiene I-Pre Clinic.

Section: CLI
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M115 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM M W Amy Coffelt
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M115
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Amy Coffelt
In-Person FHTC M121 01/16/20 - 05/14/20 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM R Amy Coffelt
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M121
Dates 01/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Amy Coffelt

HYG213 General & Oral Pathology

3 Credit Hours

This course prepares the student dental hygienist to determine when to consult treat or refer clients with various disease, infection or physiological conditions. Students learn to recognize the signs, causes, and implications of common pathological conditions including inflammatory responses, immune disorders, genetic disorders, developmental disorders of tissues and cysts, oral tissue trauma, and neoplasm of the oral cavity.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M121 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM T R Bradley Karr
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M121
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Bradley Karr

HYG230 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV

6 Credit Hours

This course will offer continued development of proficiency in clinical techniques and current procedural practices of the dental hygienist with emphasis on self-evaluation. Topics will include ethics, jurisprudence, office management, current dental hygiene issues and preparation for board exams.

Section: CLI
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 1/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M115 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM T R Cheryl Bosiljevac
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M115
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Cheryl Bosiljevac
In-Person FHTC M121 01/15/20 - 05/13/20 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM W Cheryl Bosiljevac
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M121
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/13/20
Times 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Cheryl Bosiljevac

HYG231 Board Exam Review

2 Credit Hours

The students will practice board exams in preparation for licensing examinations; included in the course are multiple case studies, class discussions and mock exams.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 1/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M121 01/15/20 - 05/13/20 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM W Cheryl Bosiljevac
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M121
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/13/20
Times 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Cheryl Bosiljevac

HYG232 Special Needs

2 Credit Hours

This course is designed to provide the dental hygiene student with the knowledge to identify specific needs of patients and factors affecting their oral health. Students will practice accommodating the needs of special needs patients and perform the precautions and procedures that must be followed to ensure proper care. The students will understand the patient’s special needs and apply this understanding in the context of the concept of total health, recognizing the special opportunities for preventative care that arise in such circumstances.

Section: Z
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 1/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M121 01/17/20 - 05/15/20 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM F Janice Robinett
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M121
Dates 01/17/20 - 05/15/20
Times 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Janice Robinett

IET113 Industrial Electricity

4 Credit Hours

Students will identify the proper equipment, materials and tools used in industrial settings. Students will be introduced to industrial symbols, and electrical schematics. The students will define current, voltage, and resistance as they relate to all values of electricity. Students will identify types of fuses and circuit breakers use in industrial settings. Alternating current will be explained.

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 9/14
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 01/13/20 - 03/16/20 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM M W Christopher Wilson
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/16/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Christopher Wilson

IET114 Industrial Wiring

4 Credit Hours

Students will calculate the size of electrical loads and determine wiring applications for supply, feeder and branch circuits. Wiring AC circuits will include the wiring of industrial devices such as transformers, relays and timers. Emphasis will be on developing wiring competencies required by industrial equipment. Applied communications skills will be included. IET 113 is a prerequisite for this course.

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 9/14
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 03/18/20 - 05/13/20 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM M W Christopher Wilson
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/13/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Christopher Wilson

IET115 Residential Wiring

4 Credit Hours

Students will identify the proper tools, and develop high standard skills in maintenance, troubleshooting, installing, as well as repairs in residential wiring. Students will use Ohms Law principles to understand the theory of electricity, and practice wiring different circuits common to residential wiring. Students will demonstrate proper method of installing parallel as well as series circuits using multiple switches and loads. Students will utilize the National Electric Code to understand the requirement for installing an electrical system that is essentially free from hazard and safeguards persons and property from hazards arising from the use of electricity.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R Christopher Wilson
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Christopher Wilson

IET115 Residential Wiring

4 Credit Hours

Students will identify the proper tools, and develop high standard skills in maintenance, troubleshooting, installing, as well as repairs in residential wiring. Students will use Ohms Law principles to understand the theory of electricity, and practice wiring different circuits common to residential wiring. Students will demonstrate proper method of installing parallel as well as series circuits using multiple switches and loads. Students will utilize the National Electric Code to understand the requirement for installing an electrical system that is essentially free from hazard and safeguards persons and property from hazards arising from the use of electricity.

Section: Z
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 01/14/20 - 03/17/20 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM T R Richard Rust
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 01/14/20 - 03/17/20
Times 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Richard Rust

IET120 Electrical Troubleshooting

4 Credit Hours

Electrical Troubleshooting covers all aspects of electrical systems used in the electrical and manufacturing industry. Topics contain electrical system applications, step-by-step troubleshooting procedures, and realistic troubleshooting activities including hand-on troubleshooting methods. Topics covered range from electrical theory to troubleshooting industrial circuits and components, as well as NFPA 70E requirements and electric motor nameplate interpretation.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/26
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 12:15 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R F Christopher Wilson
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Christopher Wilson

IET120 Electrical Troubleshooting

4 Credit Hours

Electrical Troubleshooting covers all aspects of electrical systems used in the electrical and manufacturing industry. Topics contain electrical system applications, step-by-step troubleshooting procedures, and realistic troubleshooting activities including hand-on troubleshooting methods. Topics covered range from electrical theory to troubleshooting industrial circuits and components, as well as NFPA 70E requirements and electric motor nameplate interpretation. Prerequisites: IET 113 Industrial Electricity, IET 114 Industrial Wiring and IET 213 Motor Controls

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 1/14
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 03/18/20 - 05/13/20 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM M W Christopher Wilson
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/13/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Christopher Wilson

IET213 Motor Controls

4 Credit Hours

Students will construct typical circuits based on ladder diagrams and wiring diagrams for single-phase and 3-phase electric motors. Control stations will include stop/start pushbuttons, selector switches, photo-eyes, limit switches, and toggle switches. Diagrams of single stations, dual stations, jogging, and reversing push button stations will be included. Interlocking of motor starters will include mechanical, electrical, and push button interlocks. Timers and relays will be used in conjunction with motor control circuits’ in general industrial plant applications. Devices such as pilot light will be added to each circuits as well as proper fuse control, and safety disconnects. PREREQUISITE: IET 113 Industrial Electricity; IET 114 Industrial Wiring

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/26
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 12:15 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R F Christopher Wilson
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Christopher Wilson

IET213 Motor Controls

4 Credit Hours

Students will construct typical wiring diagrams for push buttons. Control stations will include stop/start wiring. Diagrams of single stations, jogging, and reversing push button stations will be included. Interlocking of motor starters will include mechanical, electrical, and push button interlocks. Timers and relays will be used in conjunction with motor control circuits in general industrial plat applications. Devices such as pilot light will be added to each circuits as well as proper fuse control, and safety disconnects. Prerequisite: IET 113 Industrial Electricity and IET 114 Industrial Wiring

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 2/14
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 01/13/20 - 03/16/20 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM M W Christopher Wilson
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/16/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Christopher Wilson

IET214 Programmable Controllers

4 Credit Hours

Students will operate and define the capabilities of programmable controllers, applying the latest technology in industrial computer use. Learning to create programs utilizing relays, switches, and timers will provide opportunities for creating industrial applications. IET 213 is a prerequisite.

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 11/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107B 01/13/20 - 03/16/20 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM M W Christopher Maltbie
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107B
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/16/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Christopher Maltbie

IET217 Instrumentation

4 Credit Hours

In this course students will learn how to properly install, maintain, program, and troubleshoot a variety of industrial instruments and control systems. Students will install and troubleshoot a variety of sensors to include temperature, pressure, level, and flow. IET 246 is a prerequisite for this class

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 6/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 12:15 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R David Budke
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor David Budke

IET217 Instrumentation

4 Credit Hours

In this course students will learn how to properly install, maintain, program, and troubleshoot a variety of industrial instruments and control systems. Students will install and troubleshoot a variety of sensors to include temperature, pressure, level, and flow. IET 246 is a prerequisite for this class

Section: Z
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 8/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107 01/14/20 - 03/17/20 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM T R David Budke
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107
Dates 01/14/20 - 03/17/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor David Budke

IET231 Mechatronics

4 Credit Hours

Students will identify the basic types of conveyer mechanical drives used in industry. This includes the wiring, installation and design of conveyer systems drive systems well as programming the variable drives used to drive the system. PREREQUISITE: Completion/Concurrent enrollment IET 233 Industrial Mechanical Principles.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 1/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107C 03/18/20 - 05/14/20 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R David Budke
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107C
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor David Budke

IET231 Mechatronics

4 Credit Hours

Students will identify the basic types of conveyer mechanical drives used in industry. This includes the wiring, installation and design of conveyer systems drive systems well as programming the variable drives used to drive the system. PREREQUISITE: Completion/Concurrent enrollment IET 233 Industrial Mechanical Principles.

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 6/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107C 03/19/20 - 05/14/20 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM T R Christopher Maltbie
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107C
Dates 03/19/20 - 05/14/20
Times 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Christopher Maltbie

IET233 Industrial Mechanical Principles

4 Credit Hours

Students will begin by learning to read prints for fabrication and installation of mechanical equipment. Next, power transmission methods are covered, followed by bearings and lubrication. Maintenance and installation of pumps, compressors and piping systems is also performed. Everything comes together with the development and implementation of a PM schedule.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 1/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107C 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R David Budke
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107C
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor David Budke

IET233 Industrial Mechanical Principles

4 Credit Hours

Students will develop the skills to draw, layout, assemble, disassemble, fabricate, maintain and calculate loads for mechanical equipment used in industry and manufacturing. Print interpretation and basic mechanical drawing will be utilized.

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 6/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107C 01/14/20 - 03/17/20 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM T R Christopher Maltbie
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107C
Dates 01/14/20 - 03/17/20
Times 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Christopher Maltbie

IET243 Hydraulics & Pneumatics

4 Credit Hours

Students will develop skills to calculate load demand and construct both hydraulic and pneumatic systems. This course will provide the student with the opportunity to develop troubleshooting techniques for all mechanical and electrical equipment in the Industrial Engineering program.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 03/18/20 - 05/14/20 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R Christopher Wilson
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Christopher Wilson

IET243 Hydraulics & Pneumatics

4 Credit Hours

Students will develop skills to construct both hydraulic and pneumatic systems. This course provides comprehensive instruction in the fluid power field, ranging from historical information to details on the design and operation of hydraulic and pneumatic components, circuits, and systems. The approach used throughout this course is based on developing an understanding of the operation of fluid power component parts and circuits.

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 7/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T105 03/19/20 - 05/14/20 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM T R Richard Rust
Type In-Person
Location TECH T105
Dates 03/19/20 - 05/14/20
Times 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Richard Rust

IET246 Engineering Energy Applications

4 Credit Hours

Students will learn the advanced operations and capabilities of programmable logic controllers and logic relays. Programming will include CompactLogix controllers as well as touch screens and variable frequency drives. Rockwell RS Logic software will be applied to actual industrial problems. Software includes Studio 5000 and RSLinx. PREREQUISITE: Completion/ Concurrent Enrollment IET 214 Programmable Controls

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 10/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107A 03/18/20 - 05/13/20 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM M W Christopher Maltbie
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107A
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/13/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Christopher Maltbie

IET254 Troubleshooting

4 Credit Hours

Troubleshooting principles and techniques will be developed for all the mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment utilized in the Industrial Engineering Associate of Applied Science degree program. Simulation software is utilized to expose students to many scenarios in a brief amount of time. Troubleshooting basics are taught in a semester but mastered in a career. IET 250: Internship can be taken in place of this course with proper approval of placement. PREREQUISITE: IET 214 Programmable Controllers; IET 217 Instrumentation; IET 246 Engineering Energy Applications

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 6/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107C 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 12:15 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R F David Budke
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107C
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor David Budke

IET254 Troubleshooting

4 Credit Hours

Troubleshooting principles and techniques will be developed for all the mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment utilized in the Industrial Engineering Associate of Applied Science degree program. Simulation software is utilized to expose students to many scenarios in a brief amount of time. Troubleshooting basics are taught in a semester but mastered in a career. IET 250: Internship can be taken in place of this course with proper approval of placement. PREREQUISITE: IET 214 Programmable Controllers; IET 217 Instrumentation; IET 246 Engineering Energy Applications

Section: Z
Course Format: Hybrid Seats Available: 8/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T107C 03/19/20 - 05/14/20 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM T R David Budke
Type In-Person
Location TECH T107C
Dates 03/19/20 - 05/14/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor David Budke

IMD161 3D Graphics & Animation II

3 Credit Hours

Animation II focuses on the basic principles of animation. Students will learn a variety of new techniques to control animation and make it look more realistic. Tangent types, dope sheet, curve editor and adjusting the timing of animation will be explored. Inverse Kinematics will be introduced as well as animating a Biped figure. The modeling, texturing, lighting, and camera skills learned in Animation 1 will be applied to projects during this course. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 131 3D Graphics and Animation I, IMD 150 Photoshop for Multimedia

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC312 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM T R Casey Wilson
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC312
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD161 3D Graphics & Animation II

3 Credit Hours

Animation II focuses on the basic principles of animation. Students will learn a variety of new techniques to control animation and make it look more realistic. Tangent types, dope sheet, curve editor and adjusting the timing of animation will be explored. Inverse Kinematics will be introduced as well as animating a Biped figure. The modeling, texturing, lighting, and camera skills learned in Animation 1 will be applied to projects during this course. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 131 3D Graphics and Animation I, IMD 150 Photoshop for Multimedia

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/14/20 Casey Wilson
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/14/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD170 Digital Video Production II

3 Credit Hours

This class will cover in depth subjects in non-linear video editing, storyboarding, and storytelling. Students will learn multiple techniques in video encoding for DVD and web based output. Advance lighting techniques for dramatic effect will be covered, as well as, the use of gobos, gels, scrims, color temperature and picking the correct lighting set up for the job. The use of the camera dollies, jibs and other camera mounts will expose students to varying ways professionals use camera angles to move the audience and set the mood for a shot.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC301 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM M W Casey Wilson
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC301
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD180 Interactive Multimedia I

3 Credit Hours

This course will introduce students to the Flash vs HTML5 battle. Students will create a project from start to finish with Adobe Flash. We will also take compare and contrast the advantages/disadvantages of Flash and HTML5 animation. Students will learn object creation and how to animate those objects in Flash. As technology continues to advance in the area of HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, and jQuery, multimedia professionals will have to make hard decisions regarding which technology to use. Students will create a small, animated website in this course, testing it on various devices and web browsers.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 6/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC301 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM M W Casey Wilson
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC301
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD180 Interactive Multimedia I

3 Credit Hours

This course will introduce students to Adobe Flash Professional. Students will learn to create vector-based artwork with the tools available in Flash. Importing artwork created in other programs such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator will also be explored. The principles of animation, using the timeline, frames, keyframes, and tweening will be introduced. Students will be introduced the Action Script, the programming language that allows you to design animations that are interactive. Finally, students will practice exporting an animation for a variety of end products. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 125 Digital Storytelling, IMD 150 Photoshop for Multimedia

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/14/20 Casey Wilson
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/14/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD185 Introduction to InstructionalTraining and Design

3 Credit Hours

This course will introduce the concepts of instructional design and how it relates to the multimedia developer. Students will follow the ADDIE model to assist in designing effective multimedia-based instructional materials. The final project will require students to apply what they have learned and create a real-world, multimedia-based learning object. Education and career opportunities in the instructional design world will also be discussed.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 10/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC312 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM M W Casey Wilson
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC312
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD185 Introduction to InstructionalTraining and Design

3 Credit Hours

This course will introduce the concepts of instructional design and how it relates to the multimedia developer. Students will follow the ADDIE model to assist in designing effective multimedia-based instructional materials. The final project will require students to apply what they have learned and create a real-world, multimedia-based learning object. Education and career opportunities in the instructional design world will also be discussed. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 125 Digital Storytelling, IMD 140 Digital Video Production I, IMD 150 Photoshop for Multimedia

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 14/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/14/20 Casey Wilson
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/14/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD190 Compositing

3 Credit Hours

Students will study the history of compositing effects in film and video. They will gain hands on experience combining visual elements through techniques such as “green screen”, in camera effects and combining layered elements in the computer. Students will learn Adobe After Effects and create basic composites, as well as nested composites. Creating keyframes on the timeline, masking effects, movable mattes and color correction will be covered, along with selecting the correct resolution and file format to be handed off to the next step in the production pipeline. Students will also discuss the ethical issues involved with compositing.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC301 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM T R Casey Wilson
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC301
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD190 Compositing

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn Adobe After Effects and create basic composites, as well as nested composites. They will gain hands on experience combining visual elements through techniques such as “green screen” and combining layered elements in the computer. Creating keyframes on the timeline, masking effects, movable mattes and text animation will be covered, along with selecting the correct resolution and file format to be handed off to the next step in the production pipeline. Students will also discuss the ethical issues involved with compositing. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 140 Digital Video Production I and IMD 150 Photoshop for Multimedia

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/14/20 Casey Wilson
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/14/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD260 Production Portfolio

3 Credit Hours

Students will create a portfolio to showcase their work as a multimedia artist. The form of the portfolio can take on many forms including but not limited to a show real, hard copy of graphics, DVD, website, or a combination of many delivery methods. Students will include work created during their time in the IMD programs as well as other work they have created relating to multimedia. PREREQUISITE: IMD 222 Composting II; IMD 230 Interactive Multimedia II; IMD 240 Multimedia Project Design; IMD 251 Advanced 3D Graphic & Animation

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC312 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM T R Casey Wilson
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC312
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD270 Project Management and ClientManagement

2 Credit Hours

Students will take on the role of Multimedia Project manager in this course. As Project Manager, students will design a multimedia project. Students will plan the project and include cost, designing, producing, and deliver the final project to the client. In doing this, students will write a project plan, create a client proposal, develop a storyboard, and submit a final multimedia project. Prerequisite: Competion of Technical Certificate

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 04/09/20 Casey Wilson
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 04/09/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD273 Production Internship

1 Credit Hours

A faculty-supervised work environment involving research into multimedia design, production and procedures that relate to realworld situations in a career field. This course allows a student to investigate in depth some subject matter that has been presented in one of the ordinary courses offered by the College and utilize those competencies in a career or job situation. Such an internship is ordinarily in the area of concentration that the student is especially prepared. A student who desires to pursue an internship must present a list of objectives and goals to be reached during the internship in advance of the pre-registration period to the IMD faculty instructor who agrees to direct and evaluate the internship. PREREQUISITE: IMD 222 Composting II; IMD 230 Interactive Multimedia II; IMD 240 Multimedia Project Design; IMD 251 Advance 3D Graphics & Animation

Section: INT
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 14/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 01/13/20 - 05/14/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Casey Wilson
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/14/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Casey Wilson

IMD285 Digital Video Production Projects

3 Credit Hours

Students in this course will produce one or more video projects that they choose, plan, and produce on an individual basis. They will be in control of all aspects of the workflow from concept through delivery of final product(s). New equipment and advanced shooting techniques will be experimented with throughout the semester. The focus will be on the application of skills learned in Digital Video Production 1 and 2 as well as developing new skills in planning, shooting and editing video. PREREQUISITE: IMD 170 Video Production II; IMD 222 Composting II; IMD 240 Multimedia Project Design

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/15
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC301 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM M W Casey Wilson
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC301
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Casey Wilson

MA090 Principles of Math

3 Credit Hours

This course deals with the basic foundations of mathematics. Students will become equipped with a solid appreciation for the mathematical tools required to solve more complex mathematical operations. This course would benefit any student who needs help in understanding basic math skills in order to pass a placement test or a course, to obtain a specific job, or review and improve basic mathematical/computational skills. Lessons will focus on whole numbers, fractions and decimals, as well as using percent, ratios, proportions, and the application of these concepts. The course will also introduce some of the fundamentals of algebra, statistics and geometry.

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 27/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M106 01/13/20 - 05/20/20 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM M W Paul Cassity
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M106
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/20/20
Times 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Paul Cassity

MA097 Beginning Algebra

3 Credit Hours

This course represents development in algebraic and function concepts above Principles of Mathematics and below Intermediate Algebra. The course includes: a brief review of number and equation properties, data analysis, interval notation, and scientific notation; a study of function representation, behaviors of the linear, quadratic, exponential, absolute value, and square root functions. It also includes a deeper analysis of: arithmetic operations on polynomial functions, factoring, linear, exponential, & quadratic functions, equation solving, and direct variation. These concepts/skills are taught using a function approach.

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 22/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M106 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM M W Paul Cassity
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M106
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Paul Cassity

MA099 Intermediate Algebra

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn and demonstrate the use of the basics of algebra such as linear equations, inequalities, polynomials and functions, factoring, and quadratic equations. The course is designed to provide the students with the math skills needed in order to succeed in College Algebra. An Initial Knowledge Exam will determine the level for each student and students will then work on the identified areas of attention.

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 27/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M106 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM M W Paul Cassity
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M106
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Paul Cassity

MA107 Technical Math

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn and demonstrate the use of the basics of mathematics, algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Topics will include operations with polynomials, linear equations, systems of equations, right triangle trigonometry and basic statistical concepts. The course is designed to provide the students with the math skills needed in order to succeed in the technical courses they take

Section: B
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 19/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person JEC J002 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 2:30 PM - 3:50 PM M W Paul Cassity
Type In-Person
Location JEC J002
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 2:30 PM - 3:50 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Paul Cassity

MA107 Technical Math

3 Credit Hours

Students will learn and demonstrate the use of the basics of mathematics, algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Topics will include operations with polynomials, linear equations, systems of equations, right triangle trigonometry and basic statistical concepts. The course is designed to provide the students with the math skills needed in order to succeed in the technical courses they take

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 7/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Lori Turner
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Lori Turner

MA110 College Algebra

3 Credit Hours

Students will perform algebraic functions such as basic operations, products and factoring, linear and quadratic equations, graphs, ratio and proportions, inequalities, logarithms, mathematical induction, permutations, combinations and determinants. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment MAT 1010 PREREQUISITE: Qualifying score on ACT, ACCUPLACER, or similar; MA 099 Intermediate Algebra with “C” or better;

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 19/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person JEC J002 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 10:00 AM - 11:20 AM M W Paul Cassity
Type In-Person
Location JEC J002
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 10:00 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Paul Cassity

MA110 College Algebra

3 Credit Hours

Students will perform algebraic functions such as basic operations, products and factoring, linear and quadratic equations, graphs, ratio and proportions, inequalities, logarithms, mathematical induction, permutations, combinations and determinants.

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 4/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Lori Turner
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Lori Turner

MTE126 Introduction to Mastercam

4 Credit Hours

The students will use basic Mastercam computer-aided programming to generate basic programs for the HAAS mill and the Mitsubishi milling center. They will learn to program, set-up and run basic Mastercam projects on the CNC mills.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T119 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
Type In-Person
Location TECH T119
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Ronald Cahoone

MTE126 Introduction to Mastercam

4 Credit Hours

The students will use basic Mastercam computer-aided programming to generate basic programs for the HAAS mill and the Mitsubishi milling center. They will learn to program, set-up and run basic Mastercam projects on the CNC mills.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T119 03/19/20 - 05/14/20 8:20 AM - 3:15 PM T R Ronald Cahoone
Type In-Person
Location TECH T119
Dates 03/19/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:20 AM - 3:15 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Ronald Cahoone

MTE127 Conversational Lathe Programming

2 Credit Hours

The students will operate and program a conversational Mazak lathe. They will learn to home the machine, do preventive maintenance, set zero, set tool length, and program at the work center with the Mazak conversational programming package.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 14/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T119 01/14/20 - 03/17/20 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM T R Ronald Cahoone
Type In-Person
Location TECH T119
Dates 01/14/20 - 03/17/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:25 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Ronald Cahoone

MTE231 Advanced Mill & ComputerMeasurement

4 Credit Hours

The students will use advanced “G: and “M” codes, canned cycles and macros. They will learn to reduce programming time, setup time, and run time on the CNC mill. Projects will be programmed and run complete to exact tolerances. The students will also learn to program the Helmel Check Master. They will learn how to lay out an effective inspection plan with emphasis on future operators being able to understand and run the programs. This course includes an internship option for a portion of the class.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 6/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T119 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 8:20 AM - 11:10 AM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
Type In-Person
Location TECH T119
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:10 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Ronald Cahoone

MTE232 Advanced Lathe Programming

4 Credit Hours

The students will use the advanced “G” and “M” codes to reduce programming time, setup time, and run time. They will produce programs and manufacture parts to exact tolerances.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 6/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person TECH T119 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 8:20 AM - 11:10 AM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
Type In-Person
Location TECH T119
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:10 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Ronald Cahoone

NET100 Windows Command-Line Interface Fund

1 Credit Hours

Students will utilize DOS commands from the Microsoft Windows command-line interface (CLI) to manipulate the operating system and its file system. This course is an online self-study course delivered through the Internet on the FHTC Online Course website.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 9/18
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 04/07/20 Adam Starr
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 04/07/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Adam Starr

NET115 Digital Electronics

3 Credit Hours

Students will evaluate and construct common DC and AC circuits. Students will construct, evaluate, and repair common digital circuits and devices which are used in computers. The student will examine the various components and test equipment used in digital electronics. Extensive hands-on application of circuitry is stressed. This course is required for all Network Technology courses 116 or higher. PREREQUISITE: NET 100 Windows Command-Line Interface Fundamentals (Completion; Concurrent Enrollment; successfully Test-out; or Enrolled in Computer Program Design)

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/18
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M109 01/13/20 - 02/19/20 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM M T W R F Adam Starr
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M109
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/19/20
Times 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Adam Starr

NET116 PC Servicing & Troubleshooting

3 Credit Hours

Students will analyze the hardware components of a personal computer and evaluate their relative industry standards in terms of features, performance, and cost. They will analyze and evaluate industry-standard operating systems and their relative software components in terms of features, performance, and cost. Students will perform installations and upgrades of hardware and software components of the PC and demonstrate preventive maintenance techniques on these components. They will interact with customers in order to troubleshoot and repair malfunctioning customer’s PCs. This course is preparatory for the A+ essentials certification exam. This course is required for all Network Technology courses 117 or higher. PREREQUISITE: NET 115 Digital Electronics

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 11/18
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M109 02/20/20 - 04/03/20 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM M T W R F Adam Starr
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M109
Dates 02/20/20 - 04/03/20
Times 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Adam Starr

NET117 Network Concepts

3 Credit Hours

Students will examine the essentials of computer networking by comparing and contrasting industry-standard network models, services, transmission media, protocols, and architectures. They will design and construct computer networks using these models, services, transmission media, protocols, and architectures. Students will also analyze common maintenance, troubleshooting, and security practices used in modern networks. This course is preparatory for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam. This course is required for all Network Technology courses 200 or higher. PREREQUISITE: NET 116 PC Servicing and Troubleshooting

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 10/18
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M109 04/06/20 - 05/15/20 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM M T W R F Adam Starr
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M109
Dates 04/06/20 - 05/15/20
Times 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM
Meeting Days M T W R F
Instructor Adam Starr

NET230 Microsoft Client Administration

2 Credit Hours

Students will install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot the Microsoft Windows client operating system. This course is preparatory for a Microsoft client certification exam. Prerequisite: NET 117 Networking Concepts

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 10/26
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M103 01/13/20 - 02/10/20 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM M T W R Kyle Sumpter
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M103
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/10/20
Times 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Kyle Sumpter

NET248 Microsoft Server Administration I

3 Credit Hours

Students will install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot the Microsoft Windows Server operating system and Active Directory. They will also install, configure, and maintain basic network services using Windows Server and Active Directory. This course is preparatory for an entry-level Microsoft server certification exam. Prerequisite: NET 230 Microsoft Client Administration

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 10/26
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M103 02/11/20 - 03/31/20 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM M T W R Kyle Sumpter
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M103
Dates 02/11/20 - 03/31/20
Times 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Kyle Sumpter

NET272 Linux Administration I

3 Credit Hours

Students will install, configure, and troubleshoot the Linux operating system. They will examine and perform fundamental user and file system management tasks utilized by network administrators on Linux servers. Prerequisite: NET 117 Networking Concepts

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/26
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M103 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 12:15 PM - 3:36 PM M T W R Kyle Sumpter
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M103
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:36 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Kyle Sumpter

NET273 Linux Administration II

3 Credit Hours

Students will install, compile, configure, and troubleshoot common devices and software packages in the Linux operating system. They will examine and perform fundamental network service management tasks utilized by network administrators on Linux servers. Students will also analyze and demonstrate basic preventive maintenance and security practices in a Linux environment. This course is preparatory for the LPI (Linux Professional Institute) Level 1 certification exams. Prerequisite: NET 272 Linux Administration I

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/26
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M103 03/18/20 - 05/14/20 12:15 PM - 3:36 PM M T W R Kyle Sumpter
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M103
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/14/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:36 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Kyle Sumpter

NET274 Network Security

5 Credit Hours

Students will examine the essentials of computer network security by analyzing and demonstrating the risks and threats to an organization’s data and exploring the methods and technologies used to safeguard this data. This course is preparatory for the CompTIA Security+ certification exam. Prerequisites: NET 275 Microsoft Server Administration II, NET 273 Linux Administration II, NET 282 Cisco Network Administration II

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 5/11
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M107 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 12:15 PM - 3:36 PM M W F Adam Starr
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M107
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:36 PM
Meeting Days M W F
Instructor Adam Starr

NET275 Microsoft Server Administration II

3 Credit Hours

This course teaches students, through lectures, discussions, scenarios, demonstrations, chapter review questions, textbook exercises, and classroom labs, the skills and knowledge necessary to configure, manage, and troubleshoot a Microsoft Windows Server network infrastructure. Students will also acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to help prepare them to take the Microsoft server management certification exam. Prerequisites: NET 248 Microsoft Server Administration I; Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher or Instructor approval.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 9/26
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M103 04/01/20 - 05/14/20 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM M T W R Kyle Sumpter
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M103
Dates 04/01/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:10 AM - 11:31 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Kyle Sumpter

NET276 Microsoft Server Administration III

3 Credit Hours

This course teaches students, through lectures, discussions, scenarios, demonstrations, chapter review questions, textbook exercises, and classroom labs, the skills and knowledge necessary to configure, manage, and troubleshoot a Microsoft Windows Server Active Directory. Students will also acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to help prepare them to take the Microsoft server management certification exam. Prerequisites: NET 238 Microsoft Server Administration II; Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher or Instructor approval.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 5/11
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M107 01/14/20 - 04/09/20 12:15 PM - 3:36 PM T R Alan Minor
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M107
Dates 01/14/20 - 04/09/20
Times 12:15 PM - 3:36 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Alan Minor

NET281 Network Technology Internship

2 Credit Hours

Students will work in an IT business environment working with and assisting the network administrator in supporting, troubleshooting, and maintaining the computer network and related systems. The student will display the ability to communicate effectively with others and perform job tasks accurately and efficiently. Integration of classroom training with on-the-job experience will allow the student to relate more meaningfully to their future IT/network support careers. Prerequisites: NET 275 Microsoft Server Administration II, NET 273 Linux Administration II, NET 282 Cisco Network Administration II, NET 236 Virtual Datacenters II

Section: INT
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 9/10
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Adam Starr
Type In-Person
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Adam Starr

NSG101 KSPN Fundamentals of Pharmacologyand Safe Medication Administration

2 Credit Hours

This course provides an introduction to the principles of pharmacology including: pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacotherapeutics, common adverse/side effects, and contraindications. Emphasis is placed on nursing care related to the safe calculation and administration of medications to client s across the life span.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 19/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108N 01/13/20 - 05/11/20 12:30 PM - 2:25 PM M Tamara Patterson
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108N
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/11/20
Times 12:30 PM - 2:25 PM
Meeting Days M
Instructor Tamara Patterson

NSG121 KSPN Foundations of Nursing

4 Credit Hours

This course utilizes the nursing standards of practice based on principles of biology, psychosocial, spiritual and cultural to meet the needs of clients throughout the lifespan. Emphasis is placed on basic nursing skills, patient safety & therapeutic communication. Concepts and skills are enhanced in subsequent courses.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 17/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108N 01/13/20 - 03/17/20 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM M T R Kayla Luder
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108N
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/17/20
Times 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Meeting Days M T R
Instructor Kayla Luder

NSG122 KSPN Foundations of NursingClinical

2 Credit Hours

This course explores the art and science of nursing in this clinical course. Emphasis is placed on the nursing process, cultural and spiritual awareness, communication, data collection, performance of basic nursing skills, and documentation. Principles of safe medication administration are introduced.

Section: CLI
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 17/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108N 01/14/20 - 03/17/20 12:30 PM - 3:45 PM T W R Kayla Luder
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108N
Dates 01/14/20 - 03/17/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Meeting Days T W R
Instructor Kayla Luder
In-Person FHTC M108N 01/17/20 - 03/06/20 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM F Kayla Luder
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108N
Dates 01/17/20 - 03/06/20
Times 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Kayla Luder

NSG125 KSPN Nursing Care of Adults I

4 Credit Hours

This course focuses on the care of adult clients experiencing common medical/surgical health alterations with predictable outcomes. Emphasis is placed on the care of clients with alterations in cardiac output and tissue perfusion, oxygenation, regulation and metabolism, and integument. Principles of pre-and post-operative care and IV therapy are also addressed.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 17/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108N 03/19/20 - 05/14/20 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM M T R Kimberly McNeese
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108N
Dates 03/19/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Meeting Days M T R
Instructor Kimberly McNeese

NSG126 KSPN Nursing Care Adults I Clinical

3 Credit Hours

This course focuses on the care of adult clients with common medical/surgical health alterations. The clinical laboratory experience provides the student an opportunity to apply the theoretical concepts from Nursing Care of Adults I and implement safe client care in selected settings.

Section: CLI
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 17/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108N 03/18/20 - 05/13/20 12:30 PM - 3:45 PM T W Kimberly McNeese
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108N
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/13/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Meeting Days T W
Instructor Kimberly McNeese

NSG202 KSPN Maternal/Child Nursing

2 Credit Hours

This course provides an integrative, family-centered approach to the care of childbearing women, newborns, and children. Emphasis is placed on care of the pregnant woman and newborn, normal growth and development, and common pediatric disorders. PREREQUISITE: NSG 100/NSG 101 Fundamentals of Pharmacology; NSG 121 KSPN Foundations of Nursing; NSG 122 KSPN Foundations of Nursing Clinical; NSG 123/NSG 125 Nursing Care of Adults I; NSG 124/NSG 125 Nursing Care of Adults I Clinical; HHS 101 Growth & Development.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 20/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M104 01/14/20 - 05/12/20 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM T Patricia Parks
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M104
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/12/20
Times 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Patricia Parks

NSG203 KSPN Maternal/Child NursingClinical

1 Credit Hours

This course provides an integrative, family-centered approach to the care of childbearing women, newborns, and children. Students are given the opportunity to observe the uncomplicated birth process and practice postpartum care as well as care of the newborn in the clinical/laboratory setting. Common pediatric diseases and the growth and development process is the focus of child-related clinical laboratory experiences. PREREQUISITE: NSG 100/NSG 101 Fundamentals of Pharmacology; NSG 121 KSPN Foundations of Nursing; NSG 122 KSPN Foundations of Nursing Clinical; NSG 123/NSG 125 Nursing Care of Adults I; NSG 124/NSG 125 Nursing Care of Adults I Clinical; HHS 101 Growth & Development.

Section: CLI
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 20/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M104 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM M F Patricia Parks
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M104
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days M F
Instructor Patricia Parks

NSG204 KSPN Mental Health Nursing

2 Credit Hours

This course focuses on pre- and post-natal maternal nursing care, as well as, the care of children from infancy to adolescence. Emphasis is given to normal reproduction and frequently occurring biological, cultural, spiritual and psychosocial needs of the child-bearing and child-rearing family. PREREQUISITE: NSG 100/NSG 101 Fundamentals of Pharmacology; NSG 121 KSPN Foundations of Nursing; NSG 122 KSPN Foundations of Nursing Clinical; NSG 123/NSG 125 Nursing Care of Adults I; NSG 124/NSG 125 Nursing Care of Adults I Clinical; HHS 101 Growth & Development.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 21/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M104 01/15/20 - 05/13/20 8:30 AM - 10:45 AM W Tonya Soyez
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M104
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/13/20
Times 8:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Tonya Soyez

NSG206 Seminar in Nursing

1 Credit Hours

This course reinforces fundamental nursing concepts and principles. Students will participate in group activities focusing on prioritizing and critical thinking based on patient care situations. The nursing process is utilized as the organizational framework.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 18/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108N 01/15/20 - 05/13/20 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM W Tonya Soyez
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108N
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/13/20
Times 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Tonya Soyez

NSG222 KSPN Nursing Care of Adults II

4 Credit Hours

This course focuses on the care of adult clients experiencing common medical/surgical health alterations with predictable outcomes. Emphasis is placed on the care of clients with alterations in cognition and sensation, mobility, elimination, immunity and hematology, and reproduction. Principles related to emergency preparedness are also addressed.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 19/34
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M104 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 12:30 PM - 2:45 PM T R Kristin Flott
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M104
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 12:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Kristin Flott

NSG223 KSPN Nursing Care of Adults IIClinicals

3 Credit Hours

This course focuses on the care of adult clients with common medical/surgical health problems. The clinical laboratory experience provides the student an opportunity to build on the theoretical concepts from Nursing Care of Adults I and II and implement safe client care in selected settings. Students are given the opportunity to practice leadership skills while managing a caseload of clients.

Section: CLI
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 20/35
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M104 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM M F Patricia Parks
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M104
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days M F
Instructor Patricia Parks

NSG224 KSPN Care of Aging Adults

2 Credit Hours

This course is designed to explore issues related to the aging adults. Course content addresses the impact of ageism, alterations in physiological and psychosocial functioning, and the role of the practical nurse in caring for older adult clients across a continuum of care.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M104 01/15/20 - 05/13/20 12:30 PM - 2:45 PM W Lori Torres
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M104
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/13/20
Times 12:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Lori Torres

NSG225 KSPN Leadership, Roles and Issues

2 Credit Hours

This course provides orientation to leadership roles of the LPN and related responsibilities. It will introduce issues to the student they will encounter in the workplace.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 15/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M104 01/16/20 - 05/14/20 8:30 AM - 10:25 AM R Patricia Parks
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M104
Dates 01/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:30 AM - 10:25 AM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Patricia Parks

NSG226 Seminar in Nursing II

1 Credit Hours

This course reinforces fundamental nursing concepts and principles. Students will participate in group activities focusing on prioritizing and critical thinking based on client care situations. The nursing process is utilized as the organizational framework. Students will also work on study techniques and testing taking strategies to prepare for the National Licensure Examination for the Practical Nurse.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 15/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M104 01/16/20 - 05/14/20 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM R Patricia Parks
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M104
Dates 01/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Patricia Parks

PDV001 First Year Experience

0 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic information about FHTC and will provide students with a solid foundation to make their educational career a success.

Section: OB
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 2/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 02/07/20 Brenda Carmichael
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/07/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Brenda Carmichael

PDV001 First Year Experience

0 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic information about FHTC and will provide students with a solid foundation to make their educational career a success.

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 10/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 02/07/20 Lisa Kirmer
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/07/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Lisa Kirmer

PDV001 First Year Experience

0 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic information about FHTC and will provide students with a solid foundation to make their educational career a success. This is a required course for all entering FHTC students. Completion of this course is required for all graduates.

Section: OC
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 7/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 02/14/20 Lisa Kirmer
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 02/14/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Lisa Kirmer

PDV001 First Year Experience

0 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic information about FHTC and will provide students with a solid foundation to make their educational career a success. This is a required course for all entering FHTC students. Completion of this course is required for all graduates.

Section: OD
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 8/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 02/14/20 Brenda Carmichael
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 02/14/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Brenda Carmichael

PDV101 Professional Development I

1 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic background in professional behaviors, understanding of self, co-workers and supervisory positions. Students will participate and interact in specific elements of the class including role-plays, language development, conflict resolutions and basic employment issues.

Section: B
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 24/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person CONST C402C 02/24/20 - 03/06/20 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM M W R F Stacy Swift
Type In-Person
Location CONST C402C
Dates 02/24/20 - 03/06/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Days M W R F
Instructor Stacy Swift

PDV101 Professional Development I

1 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic background in professional behaviors, understanding of self, co-workers and supervisory positions. Students will participate and interact in specific elements of the class including role-plays, language development, conflict resolutions and basic employment issues.

Section: C
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 8/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M117 01/15/20 - 05/06/20 8:20 AM - 9:20 AM W Denise Gilligan
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M117
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/06/20
Times 8:20 AM - 9:20 AM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Denise Gilligan

PDV101 Professional Development I

1 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic background in professional behaviors, understanding of self, co-workers and supervisory positions. Students will participate and interact in specific elements of the class including role-plays, language development, conflict resolutions and basic employment issues.

Section: D
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 19/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M106 01/16/20 - 04/30/20 3:40 PM - 5:00 PM R Brenda Carmichael
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M106
Dates 01/16/20 - 04/30/20
Times 3:40 PM - 5:00 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor Brenda Carmichael

PDV101 Professional Development I

1 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic background in professional behaviors, understanding of self, co-workers and supervisory positions. Students will participate and interact in specific elements of the class including role-plays, language development, conflict resolutions and basic employment issues.

Section: E
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 14/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M117 01/15/20 - 05/06/20 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM W Denise Gilligan
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M117
Dates 01/15/20 - 05/06/20
Times 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Denise Gilligan

PDV101 Professional Development I

1 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic background in professional behaviors, understanding of self, co-workers and supervisory positions. Students will participate and interact in specific elements of the class including role-plays, language development, conflict resolutions and basic employment issues.

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 11/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 05/15/20 Brenda Carmichael
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Brenda Carmichael

PDV101 Professional Development I

1 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic background in professional behaviors, understanding of self, co-workers and supervisory positions. Students will participate and interact in specific elements of the class including role-plays, language development, conflict resolutions and basic employment issues.

Section: OB
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 1/18
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 05/15/20 Brenda Carmichael
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Brenda Carmichael

PDV101 Professional Development I

1 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic background in professional behaviors, understanding of self, co-workers and supervisory positions. Students will participate and interact in specific elements of the class including role-plays, language development, conflict resolutions and basic employment issues.

Section: OC
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 0/21
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/18/20 - 05/15/20 Brenda Carmichael
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/18/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Brenda Carmichael

PDV101 Professional Development I

1 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic background in professional behaviors, understanding of self, co-workers and supervisory positions. Students will participate and interact in specific elements of the class including role-plays, language development, conflict resolutions and basic employment issues.

Section: Z
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 0/21
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M106 03/20/20 - 03/27/20 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM F Brenda Carmichael
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M106
Dates 03/20/20 - 03/27/20
Times 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Brenda Carmichael
Online 03/20/20 - 04/20/20 Brenda Carmichael
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/20/20 - 04/20/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Brenda Carmichael

PDV108 Professional Development I

1 Credit Hours

This course delivers the basic background in professional behaviors, understanding of self, co-workers and supervisory positions. Students will participate and interact in specific elements of the class including role- plays, language development, conflict resolutions and basic employment issues. Students are required to provide 8 hours of community service during this course.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/32
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M108G 01/15/20 - 03/18/20 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM W Monica Graves
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M108G
Dates 01/15/20 - 03/18/20
Times 8:20 AM - 11:30 AM
Meeting Days W
Instructor Monica Graves

PDV203 Management Principles in Technology

3 Credit Hours

The student will describe the overall perspective of technology organizations and the associated managerial role. The student will be able to utilize practical building blocks for managerial growth. The student will discuss the involvement of future roles for technology and outside forces that impact the management component.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 25/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/10/20 Terry Scarlett
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/10/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Terry Scarlett

PDV204 Leadership and Teamwork

1 Credit Hours

Students will learn and demonstrate the ability to lead and cooperate with effective interpersonal skills, leadership skills, and conflict management skills. Students will identify professional skills and techniques necessary to retain or improve employment opportunities.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 14/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 04/19/20 Terry Scarlett
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 04/19/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Terry Scarlett

PPT109 Energy Industry Fundamentals

3 Credit Hours

Energy Industry Fundamentals Course (EIF) was designed and developed by the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD). The course includes business models, regulations, types of energy and their conversion to useable energy such as electric power, how generated power is transmitted and distributed to the point of use, emerging technologies, and the connection to careers in the energy industry. Students who take the full course and pass a comprehensive assessment at the end of the program are eligible to receive an Energy Industry Fundamentals Certificate, a credential developed by and for the energy industry. The certificate program has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) through CEWD.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 21/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/10/20 Terry Scarlett
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/10/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Terry Scarlett

PPT126 Basic Electricity

4 Credit Hours

This course will cover the basic description of electricity. Series and parallel circuits will be defined as well as the characteristics of voltage and current in these circuits. Students will learn types and purpose of electrical components in a circuit. The course will also describe AC and DC circuits and power source. Types and construction of solid-state equipment will be identified. The construction and operation of various types of electrical equipment will be described and the students will be able to identify the equipment. This course includes a one day lab concentrating on demonstrating on the electrical trainers the class room material learned over the length of the course.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 16/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC309 01/13/20 - 04/09/20 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM W R Richard Vilander
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC309
Dates 01/13/20 - 04/09/20
Times 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days W R
Instructor Richard Vilander

PPT126 Basic Electricity

4 Credit Hours

This course will cover the basic description of electricity. Series and parallel circuits will be defined as well as the characteristics of voltage and current in these circuits. Students will learn types and purpose of electrical components in a circuit. The course will also describe AC and DC circuits and power source. Types and construction of solid-state equipment will be identified. The construction and operation of various types of electrical equipment will be described and the students will be able to identify the equipment. This course includes a one day lab concentrating on demonstrating on the electrical trainers the class room material learned over the length of the course.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 13/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 04/03/20 Richard Vilander
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 04/03/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Richard Vilander

PPT128 Basic Print Reading

2 Credit Hours

Students identify common symbols used to represent electrical and mechanical components on power plant drawings. They describe the features of piping and instrumentation, electrical, logic and building layout drawings. This course includes practical exercises to reinforce power plant print reading.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 17/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC309 04/15/20 - 05/14/20 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM W R Richard Vilander
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC309
Dates 04/15/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days W R
Instructor Richard Vilander

PPT128 Basic Print Reading

2 Credit Hours

Students identify common symbols used to represent electrical and mechanical components on power plant drawings. They describe the features of piping and instrumentation, electrical, logic and building layout drawings. This course includes practical exercises to reinforce power plant print reading.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 17/28
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 04/06/20 - 05/14/20 Richard Vilander
Type Online
Location
Dates 04/06/20 - 05/14/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Richard Vilander

PPT131 Introduction to Power Plant Systems

2 Credit Hours

Students use selected power plant systems to integrate individual equipment theory and apply fundamental scientific concepts. They analyze system configuration and operation to comprehend the tasks performed by maintenance and operations personnel.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 17/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC310 02/11/20 - 03/02/20 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM M T Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC310
Dates 02/11/20 - 03/02/20
Times 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days M T
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT131 Introduction to Power Plant Systems

2 Credit Hours

Students use selected power plant systems to integrate individual equipment theory and apply fundamental scientific concepts. They analyze system configuration and operation to comprehend the tasks performed by maintenance and operations personnel.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 16/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 02/11/20 - 03/08/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 02/11/20 - 03/08/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT132 Electrical Equipment

2 Credit Hours

An introduction to the function, construction and operation of power plant electrical systems and equipment including generators, motors, switchgear and inverters.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 17/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC310 03/16/20 - 04/13/20 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM M T Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC310
Dates 03/16/20 - 04/13/20
Times 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days M T
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT132 Electrical Equipment

2 Credit Hours

An introduction to the function, construction and operation of power plant electrical systems and equipment including generators, motors, switchgear and inverters.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 19/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 03/16/20 - 04/12/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 03/16/20 - 04/12/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT133 Basic Computers

1 Credit Hours

The student will demonstrate proficiency in basic computer skills related to the power plant technology field. This will include proficiencies in setting up and using spreadsheets with Excel; preparing professional presentations with Power Point; proficiency in using and editing with WORD; understanding basic computer nomenclature and ability to navigate through files; and ability to navigate the internet.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 14/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC310 01/28/20 - 02/10/20 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM M T Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC310
Dates 01/28/20 - 02/10/20
Times 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days M T
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT133 Basic Computers

1 Credit Hours

The student will demonstrate proficiency in basic computer skills related to the power plant technology field. This will include proficiencies in setting up and using spreadsheets with Excel; preparing professional presentations with Power Point; proficiency in using and editing with WORD; understanding basic computer nomenclature and ability to navigate through files; and ability to navigate the internet.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 24/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/27/20 - 02/09/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/27/20 - 02/09/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT133 Basic Computers

1 Credit Hours

The student will demonstrate proficiency in basic computer skills related to the power plant technology field. This will include proficiencies in setting up and using spreadsheets with Excel; preparing professional presentations with Power Point; proficiency in using and editing with WORD; understanding basic computer nomenclature and ability to navigate through files; and ability to navigate the internet for industry related sites and information.

Section: TST
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 30/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/27/20 - 01/30/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/27/20 - 01/30/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT230 Heat Transfer & Fluid Flow

2 Credit Hours

Students describe the principles of basic thermodynamics to include temperature, sensible heat, properties of water and steam, and other important concepts in this subject area. They explain the principles of fluid flow. The students describe laminar and turbulent flow, pump theory, cavitation, fluid flow in a closed system, water hammer, heating and draining a closed system, and filling and venting systems.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 19/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC310 04/14/20 - 05/12/20 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM M T Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC310
Dates 04/14/20 - 05/12/20
Times 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days M T
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT230 Heat Transfer & Fluid Flow

2 Credit Hours

Students describe the principles of basic thermodynamics to include temperature, sensible heat, properties of water and steam, and other important concepts in this subject area. They explain the principles of fluid flow. The students describe laminar and turbulent flow, pump theory, cavitation, fluid flow in a closed system, water hammer, heating and draining a closed system, and filling and venting systems.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 19/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 04/13/20 - 05/13/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 04/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT251 Rigging Lift Equipment

1 Credit Hours

Students will learn the safe and correct methods to rig and lift loads. They will learn how to calculate load limits, rigging requirements, and types of connectors in order to perform safe lifts. In addition, they will be exposed to the operational requirements and limits of lift equipment such as forklifts, boom trucks, and various types of cranes.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 19/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person DWN DC310 01/13/20 - 01/27/20 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM M T Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type In-Person
Location DWN DC310
Dates 01/13/20 - 01/27/20
Times 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Days M T
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PPT251 Rigging Lift Equipment

1 Credit Hours

Students will learn the safe and correct methods to rig and lift loads. They will learn how to calculate load limits, rigging requirements, and types of connectors in order to perform safe lifts. In addition, they will be exposed to the operational requirements and limits of lift equipment such as forklifts, boom trucks, and various types of cranes.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 23/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 02/02/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 02/02/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

PS101 Physical Science

5 Credit Hours

This is a comprehensive course in Physical Science designed for students needing to fulfill their laboratory science requirement. The course will enrich the students’ appreciation of the physical world and help them better understand the studies of science and the scientific method. Topics covered include mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism, chemistry, geology, and astronomy. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment PSI1010

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 5/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM T R Bradley Karr
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Bradley Karr

PS101 Physical Science

5 Credit Hours

This is a comprehensive course in Physical Science designed for students needing to fulfill the laboratory science requirement. The course will enrich the students’ appreciation of the physical world and help them better understand the studies of science and the scientific method. Topics covered include mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism, chemistry, geology, and astronomy.

Section: B
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 14/16
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M125A 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM T R Bradley Karr
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M125A
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Bradley Karr

PY100 Introduction to Psychology

3 Credit Hours

This is a general introductory course in Psychology intended to satisfy general education requirements in Behavioral Sciences. During this course, students will complete a comprehensive survey of psychology with an emphasis on research, personality theory and assessment, biology, consciousness, intelligence and cognitive processes, motivation and emotion, memory, sexuality and gender, personality, psychological disorders and associated therapies and treatments. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment PSY 1010

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 18/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person JEC J002 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 1:00 PM - 2:20 PM T R Tyson Prouse
Type In-Person
Location JEC J002
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 1:00 PM - 2:20 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Tyson Prouse

PY100 Introduction to Psychology

3 Credit Hours

This is a general introductory course in Psychology intended to satisfy general education requirements in Behavioral Sciences. During this course, students will complete a comprehensive survey of psychology with an emphasis on research, personality theory and assessment, biology, consciousness, intelligence and cognitive processes, motivation and emotion, memory, sexuality and gender, personality, psychological disorders and associated therapies and treatments.

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 2/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Peter Leyva
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Peter Leyva

PY100 Introduction to Psychology

3 Credit Hours

This is a general introductory course in Psychology intended to satisfy general education requirements in Behavioral Sciences. During this course, students will complete a comprehensive survey of psychology with an emphasis on research, personality theory and assessment, biology, consciousness, intelligence and cognitive processes, motivation and emotion, memory, sexuality and gender, personality, psychological disorders and associated therapies and treatments. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment PSY 1010

Section: OB
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 22/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Peter Leyva
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Peter Leyva

SO100 Introduction to Sociology

3 Credit Hours

This course centers on the development, structure, and functioning of human groups; social and cultural patterns; and the principal social processes. It provides participants with scientific tools to analyze the social world and their place in it. Students study social facts, and they learn to apply, question and challenge these facts, often debunking commonly held myths about society. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment SOC 1010

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 20/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person FHTC M104 01/14/20 - 05/12/20 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM T Jaryl Perkins
Type In-Person
Location FHTC M104
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/12/20
Times 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Meeting Days T
Instructor Jaryl Perkins

SO100 Introduction to Sociology

3 Credit Hours

This course centers on the development, structure, and functioning of human groups; social and cultural patterns; and the principal social processes. It provides participants with scientific tools to analyze the social world and their place in it. Students study social facts, and they learn to apply, question and challenge these facts, often debunking commonly held myths about society.

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 7/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Amber Jewell
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Amber Jewell

SP100 Public Speaking

3 Credit Hours

Public Speaking is a basic communication course designed to improve your speaking and listening skills. It will provide you an opportunity to research, organize, write and deliver several oral presentations in front of a group, and to improve your listening skills through critiques of others’ speeches. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment COM 1010

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 23/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person JEC J001 01/14/20 - 05/14/20 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM T R Leann Garcia
Type In-Person
Location JEC J001
Dates 01/14/20 - 05/14/20
Times 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days T R
Instructor Leann Garcia

SP100 Public Speaking

3 Credit Hours

Public Speaking is a basic communication course designed to improve your speaking and listening skills. It will provide you an opportunity to research, organize, write and deliver several oral presentations in front of a group, and to improve your listening skills through critiques of others speeches.

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 12/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Leann Garcia
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Leann Garcia

SP200 Interpersonal Communication

3 Credit Hours

The purpose of the Interpersonal Communication course is to assist students with understanding the dynamics of communications. In this class, students will learn the theories that guide effective communication as well as explore the strategies that hinder and enhance communication. An emphasis of the course will be to examine communication across cultures so that students can gain a successful repertoire of skills for communicating in our diverse society.

Section: A
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 21/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person JEC J001 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM M W Leann Garcia
Type In-Person
Location JEC J001
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Days M W
Instructor Leann Garcia

SP200 Interpersonal Communication

3 Credit Hours

The purpose of the Interpersonal Communication course is to assist students with understanding the dynamics of communications. In this class, students will learn the theories that guide effective communication as well as explore the strategies that hinder and enhance communication. An emphasis of the course will be to examine communication across cultures so that students can gain a successful repertoire of skills for communicating in our diverse society.

Section: O
Course Format: General Education Seats Available: 10/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/13/20 Leann Garcia
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/13/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Leann Garcia

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of this course, students will possess a basic understanding of various levels of rules and regulations designed to protect us. He/she will also understand the situations and actions that cause injuries and the resultant costs to employers and employees. The student will be able to discuss in detail safety hazards, safe work practices, personal protective equipment (PPE), and the individual’s role in keeping safe and healthy.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 24/40
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 02/16/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 02/16/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of this course, students will possess a basic understanding of various levels of rules and regulations designed to protect us. He/she will also understand the situations and actions that cause injuries and the resultant costs to employers and employees. The student will be able to discuss in detail safety hazards, safe work practices, personal protective equipment (PPE), and the individual’s role in keeping safe and healthy.

Section: OB
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 0/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 02/16/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 02/16/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of this course, students will possess a basic understanding of various levels of rules and regulations designed to protect us. He/she will also understand the situations and actions that cause injuries and the resultant costs to employers and employees. The student will be able to discuss in detail safety hazards, safe work practices, personal protective equipment (PPE), and the individual’s role in keeping safe and healthy.

Section: OC
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 1/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 02/16/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 02/16/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of the course the student will have a basic understanding of the skills that are essential work safety in an industrial environment. The course uses practical application based on material included in OSHA and NIOSH standards. This helps students to better understand how to recognize potential health and physical hazards in order to develop safer work practices and understanding. Students will be able to discuss, identify, and practice for safety hazards, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) use.

Section: OD
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 12/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 02/16/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 02/16/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of the course the student will have a basic understanding of the skills that are essential work safety in an industrial environment. The course uses practical application based on material included in OSHA and NIOSH standards. This helps students to better understand how to recognize potential health and physical hazards in order to develop safer work practices and understanding. Students will be able to discuss, identify, and practice for safety hazards, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) use.

Section: OE
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 9/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 02/16/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 02/16/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of the course the student will have a basic understanding of the skills that are essential work safety in an industrial environment. The course uses practical application based on material included in OSHA and NIOSH standards. This helps students to better understand how to recognize potential health and physical hazards in order to develop safer work practices and understanding. Students will be able to discuss, identify, and practice for safety hazards, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) use.

Section: OF
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 9/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 02/16/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 02/16/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of the course the student will have a basic understanding of the skills that are essential work safety in an industrial environment. The course uses practical application based on material included in OSHA and NIOSH standards. This helps students to better understand how to recognize potential health and physical hazards in order to develop safer work practices and understanding. Students will be able to discuss, identify, and practice for safety hazards, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) use.

Section: OG
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 8/30
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/21/20 - 02/16/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/21/20 - 02/16/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of the course the student will have a basic understanding of the skills that are essential work safety in an industrial environment. The course uses practical application based on material included in OSHA and NIOSH standards. This helps students to better understand how to recognize potential health and physical hazards in order to develop safer work practices and understanding. Students will be able to discuss, identify, and practice for safety hazards, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) use.

Section: OH
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 16/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 02/24/20 - 03/29/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 02/24/20 - 03/29/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of the course the student will have a basic understanding of the skills that are essential work safety in an industrial environment. The course uses practical application based on material included in OSHA and NIOSH standards. This helps students to better understand how to recognize potential health and physical hazards in order to develop safer work practices and understanding. Students will be able to discuss, identify, and practice for safety hazards, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) use.

Section: OI
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 25/25
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 02/24/20 - 03/29/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 02/24/20 - 03/29/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH124 OSHA

1 Credit Hours

Upon completion of the course the student will have a basic understanding of the skills that are essential work safety in an industrial environment. The course uses practical application based on material included in OSHA and NIOSH standards. This helps students to better understand how to recognize potential health and physical hazards in order to develop safer work practices and understanding. Students will be able to discuss, identify, and practice for safety hazards, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) use.

Section: OJ
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 20/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 02/24/20 - 03/29/20 Jeffrey Devilbiss
Type Online
Location
Dates 02/24/20 - 03/29/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Jeffrey Devilbiss

TCH231 Introduction to Welding

1 Credit Hours

This course teaches the student welding and cutting safety and the introductory fundamentals of shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), oxy-fuel cutting (OFC). This course also provides the student with a technical understanding and practical application SMAW, GMAW and OFC processes. The student will learn arc welding safety, and practice 1/3 lap or surfacing weld in the flat position. They will work on lap, tee and butt joints in the 1F & 2F positions using Fast Freeze electrodes, E6010 & E6011.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 1/8
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH B 01/17/20 - 02/14/20 8:15 AM - 3:30 PM F Harlan Anderson
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH B
Dates 01/17/20 - 02/14/20
Times 8:15 AM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days F
Instructor Harlan Anderson

TCH231 Introduction to Welding

1 Credit Hours

This course teaches the student welding and cutting safety and the introductory fundamentals of shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), oxy-fuel cutting (OFC). This course also provides the student with a technical understanding and practical application SMAW, GMAW and OFC processes. The student will learn arc welding safety, and practice 1/3 lap or surfacing weld in the flat position. They will work on lap, tee and butt joints in the 1F & 2F positions using Fast Freeze electrodes, E6010 & E6011.

Section: E
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 18/18
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH A 01/16/20 - 02/27/20 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM R William Mitchell
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH A
Dates 01/16/20 - 02/27/20
Times 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Meeting Days R
Instructor William Mitchell

TCH243 Introduction to Wind Energy

2 Credit Hours

Students learn of the various forms of energy and more specifically renewable energy sources. The basic concepts and vocabulary of electricity and concepts of transforming or converting mechanical energy to electrical energy are covered. The most common energy sources including the benefits and limitation of each are investigated. Progression of harnessing the wind and looks to the future of wind energy are discussed. A typical modern wind turbine is dissected to discover how electricity is created from the wind. Practical exercises in recording and analyzing information to determine wind power potential are practiced. This course includes practical exercises to reinforce energy, wind power and its future.

Section: O
Course Format: Online Seats Available: 16/24
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
Online 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 Shelly Robinson
Type Online
Location
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times
Meeting Days
Instructor Shelly Robinson

WLD105 GTAW Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

3 Credit Hours

This course provides the student with a thorough technical understanding of gas tungsten arc welding, arc characteristics and welding safety. It provides training to develop the skill necessary to make quality gas tungsten arc welds on 16 and 11 gauge mild steel, .060-inch and .062-inch gauge stainless steel and .125-inch aluminum, using both direct and alternating current. In addition, material is presented on the weld characteristics of carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Information on pulsed current is included to prepare the student for more detailed applications of pulsed current used in gas tungsten arc welding pipe.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH B 01/21/20 - 03/05/20 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM M T W R Harlan Anderson
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH B
Dates 01/21/20 - 03/05/20
Times 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Harlan Anderson

WLD105 GTAW Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

3 Credit Hours

Students will have the working knowledge of and skill in GTAW welding to qualify to AWS standards and procedures.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 2/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH B 01/21/20 - 03/05/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R Harlan Anderson
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH B
Dates 01/21/20 - 03/05/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Harlan Anderson

WLD106 Flux Cor Arc Welding

3 Credit Hours

This course enables the student to produce quality fillet and groove welds on carbon steel using small diameter electrode wires, large diameter gas shielded and self-shielded electrode wires as well as metal cored wires. This course also develops skills for Welder, Arc. This course is designed to provide training to develop welding skills on carbon steels using small and large diameter flux-cored electrodes (with and without shielding gas) in all positions on fillet and groove welds.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 4/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH A 03/16/20 - 05/14/20 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM M T W R Brice Dallke
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH A
Dates 03/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Brice Dallke

WLD106 Flux Cored Arc Welding

3 Credit Hours

The course will provide working knowledge and skills on carbon steels using small and large diameter flux-cored electrodes (with and without shielding gas) to produce successful welds in all positions on fillet and groove welds.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH A 03/16/20 - 05/14/20 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM M T W R Brice Dallke
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH A
Dates 03/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Brice Dallke

WLD110 Welding Procedures Qualification

1 Credit Hours

This course provides the working knowledge of welding procedure qualifications and the methods used to analyze, prepare, and maintain qualification records.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH B 01/13/20 - 01/16/20 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM M T W R Harlan Anderson
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH B
Dates 01/13/20 - 01/16/20
Times 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Harlan Anderson

WLD110 Welding Procedures Qualification

1 Credit Hours

This course provides the working knowledge of welding procedure qualifications and the methods used to analyze, prepare, and maintain qualification records.

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 2/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH B 01/13/20 - 01/16/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R Harlan Anderson
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH B
Dates 01/13/20 - 01/16/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Harlan Anderson

WLD111 Welding Discontinuity and Defects

1 Credit Hours

This course covers the responsibilities of the welding inspector as they relate to the evaluation of the weldment, the identification and classification of discontinuities, and the conditions that exist when evaluating discontinuities in order to form a conclusion as to whether the welds are acceptable or unacceptable.

Section: I
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/14
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH S103 01/13/20 - 05/15/20 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM Harlan Anderson
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH S103
Dates 01/13/20 - 05/15/20
Times 9:35 AM - 9:35 AM
Meeting Days
Instructor Harlan Anderson

WLD113 SMAW Pre-Pipe

4 Credit Hours

Students will have a thorough technical understanding of and skill in shielded metal arc welding. They will gain comprehensive knowledge of the SMAW process and equipment, along with the key variables that affect the quality of welds (electrode selection, polarity and amperage, arc length, travel speed and electrode angles), weld size and profile. Prerequisite: WLD 108 SMAW Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 0/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH B 03/16/20 - 05/14/20 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM M T W R Harlan Anderson
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH B
Dates 03/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Harlan Anderson

WLD113 SMAW Pre-Pipe

4 Credit Hours

Students will have a thorough technical understanding of and skill in shielded metal arc welding. They will gain comprehensive knowledge of the SMAW process and equipment, along with the key variables that affect the quality of welds (electrode selection, polarity and amperage, arc length, travel speed and electrode angles), weld size and profile. Prerequisite: WLD 108 SMAW Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 2/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH B 03/16/20 - 05/14/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R Harlan Anderson
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH B
Dates 03/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Harlan Anderson

WLD114 GMAW Advanced Pulse

4 Credit Hours

Students will have the skills to produce quality multi-pass groove welds with backing on 3/8” and 1” plates in the horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions. Welding related information is also provided on hard surfacing, repair of cast iron, metal identification and procedure and welder qualification on destructive and nondestructive testing methods. Prerequisite: WLD 103 GMAW Gas Metal Arc Welding

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 4/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH A 01/13/20 - 03/05/20 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM M T W R Brice Dallke
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH A
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/05/20
Times 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Brice Dallke

WLD114 GMAW Advanced Pulse

4 Credit Hours

Students will have the skills to produce quality multi-pass groove welds with backing on 3/8” and 1” plates in the horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions. Welding related information is also provided on hard surfacing, repair of cast iron, metal identification and procedure and welder qualification on destructive and nondestructive testing methods. Prerequisite: WLD 103 GMAW Gas Metal Arc Welding

Section: B
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 7/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH A 01/13/20 - 03/05/20 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM M T W R Brice Dallke
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH A
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/05/20
Times 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Brice Dallke

WLD205 GMAW Advanced ASME/API

4 Credit Hours

Students will know the precautions for and the importance of safety in arc welding. The student will have an advanced knowledge of and skill in the gas metal arc welding process, equipment and set up procedures for 6” pipe. The student will have a comprehensive knowledge of the key variables that affect the quality of welds and produce single v-groove welds on 2” and 6” schedule 80 mild steel pipes. Prerequisite: WLD 114 GMAW Advanced Pulse course.

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH A 01/13/20 - 03/05/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R Brice Dallke
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH A
Dates 01/13/20 - 03/05/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Brice Dallke

WLD206 Automated Welding

4 Credit Hours

The course will provide students the knowledge and skills to understand automated production quality, productivity and reduction of cost. The student will also be able to successfully use the programming function of robotic- peripheral equipment, as well as being able to service the equipment. Prerequisite: WLD 114 GMAW Advanced Pulse

Section: A
Course Format: On-Campus Seats Available: 13/20
Type Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
In-Person SOUTH A 03/16/20 - 05/14/20 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM M T W R Brice Dallke
Type In-Person
Location SOUTH A
Dates 03/16/20 - 05/14/20
Times 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Meeting Days M T W R
Instructor Brice Dallke