A coordinated industrial work experience for selected students enrolled in the Drafting and Design and Computer Engineering Technology curricula. Enrollees will be under the supervision of the College and the participating company. Written reports will be required, and a performance appraisal of the student will be made by the College and the employer. Students will meet as a class one hour per week.
Courses may be repeated for additional credit. An opportunity for the interested student with a good scholastic record to pursue independently the study of some subject under the direction of a member(s) of the faculty. Subjects are chosen and arrangements made to suit the needs of individual students.
This course is intended to introduce the student to the materials used in engineering/ industry and their properties. The types of material studied will include ferrous and nonferrous metals, plastics, rubber, ceramics, glass, and cement. In addition, material inspection, testing, and the effects of heat treatment and corrosion will be studied. Laboratory experiences will include the testing and inspection of materials. [48-16-64] Lab Fee
This course is a study of the force systems which act on an object at rest and the behavior of materials when placed under loads and restraints. Topics will include calculating centers of gravity and moments of inertia; predicting the effect of forces applied in tension, compression, shear, and torsion on riveted and welded joints; and developing bending moment diagrams for beams and columns. Laboratory experiences will focus on the methods of material testing. [48-16-64]
Introductory course stressing pronunciation, comprehension, basic grammar structures, and French culture and civilization. Individual/small group sessions to practice grammar and pronunciation are used. [32-32-64] Lab Fee
Aimed at developing communicative ability, this course is based on a series of “real-life” themes, situations, and speech. Vocabulary and grammatical structures are presented within an appropriate thematic or situational context. Emphasis is on vocabulary and syntax. [32-32-64] Lab Fee
Comprehensive oral and written reviews of grammatical structures through varied reading selections, conversations, and presentations. [32-32-64] Lab Fee
Extensive reading to further develop vocabulary and mastery of the language. Advanced prose selections from varied French writers. [32-32-64] Lab Fee
A one-semester lecture and laboratory course devoted to the study of man’s environment on earth. Areas of consideration include earth-sun relationships, the earth’s waters, tectonic and gradational processes, earth materials, the atmosphere, elements and controls of climate, soils, and vegetation. Man, as an active force within and upon this environment, is considered. [48-16-64] Lab Fee
This course is an orientation to the graphic design field and a preparation for success in the Graphic Design Program. The course will introduce areas inherent to the field including history, contemporary design, work-related occupations, marketing, typography, printing, web design and animation, and software and hardware. In addition, preliminary training will be provided on the Macintosh computers, printers and network. [24-24-48] Lab Fee