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Preparation for Biology

This course is designed for the student who does not possess an adequate chemistry and biology background to enroll in Biology 105, 111 or 201. This course will include selected inorganic chemical concepts, biological molecules and their reactions, cellular structure and function, and an overview of body systems. [32-32-64] Lab Fee

Introduction to Aircraft and Powerplants

This course introduces students to typical aircraft engines including reciprocating and gas turbine engines. Operating cycles, power generation, operating parameters and engine specifics are studied. Typical systems found on these power plants are studied with an emphasis on nomenclature, function, operation and safety.

Introduction to Airframes and Systems

This course introduces students to light aircraft construction styles, materials and systems. Students become familiar with system function, operation, cockpit controls and indications. Safety around aircraft is emphasized. Restricted to majors in Aviation Flight Science, Aviation Management and Operations or Aviation Maintenance Technology.

Aerodynamics and Performance

Theory of flight, aircraft structure and control, propulsion, performance, and weight and balance. Restricted to majors in Aviation Flight Science, Aviation Management and Operations, or Aviation Maintenance Technology.

Introduction to Aviation

This course surveys the major topics in the aviation industry. Components of the course include history, regulations, air space, fundamentals of flight, propulsion, and navigation. Basic crew concepts are introduced and various career paths are investigated. Corporate, airline and airport operations are discussed.

Introductory Astronomy

The course is structured to introduce the student to many of the celestial objects appearing in our night skies. Methods, equipment, observations, and planetary relationships are introduced in a laboratory situation. [48-32-80] Lab Fee

Internship and Career Development

This course provides supervision within a seminar setting for the Photography and Multimedia Internship and Career Development student. Activities may include reports on assigned readings, peer discussions of internship experiences, self-assessment activities, guest lectures, field trips, professional portfolio, art business analysis, and promotional materials (resume, business card, postcard, etc.) development. This course is meant to provide a supportive environment in which to examine issues, address concerns, develop skills, and receive the necessary guidance pertinent to the internship experience and process. Participation in all classes is mandatory. It is recommended that students take this course in their last semester of study. [48-48-96] Lab Fee

Photography and Multimedia Special Topics

This course is designed to allow the student to explore the following focus areas: photography/multimedia, such as alternative photographic printmaking; documentary, commercial or portrait photography; time-based, installation or performance art; photography/multimedia professional practices. [48-48-96]

Independent Study 3

Prerequisite: department approval. An opportunity for the interested student to pursue independently the study of some subject under the direction of a member(s) of the professional staff. Problems are designed and arrangements made to suit the needs of individual students. Lab Fee

Independent Study 2

Prerequisite: department approval. An opportunity for the interested student to pursue independently the study of some subject under the direction of a member(s) of the professional staff. Problems are designed and arrangements made to suit the needs of individual students. Lab Fee