Construction & Manufacturing

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of this program is to provide specialized classroom instruction and practical shop experience to prepare students for employment in a variety of jobs in the field of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration. The Air Conditioning and Refrigeration program prepares individuals to install, diagnose, repair, and maintain the operating condition of domestic, residential, and commercial heating air conditioning, and refrigeration systems.

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Degrees/Certificates: Technical Diploma (TD)

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CURRICULUM
Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
HACR 1150 HVAC Introduction 1/2 3 90
HACR 1160 Principles of Refrigeration I 1/2 3 90
HACR 1170 Principles of Refrigeration II 1/2 3 90
HACR 1180 Principles of Refrigeration III 1/2 3 90
TCA – HVAC Helper I 12 360
HACR 1210 Electrical Fundamentals 1/2 3 90
HACR 1220 Electrical Components 1/2 3 90
HACR 1230 Electric Motors 1/2 3 90
HACR 1240 Applied Electricity and Troubleshooting 1/2 3 90
CTS – HVAC Helper II 24 720
HACR 1410 Domestic Refrigeration 1/1 2 60
HACR 1420 Room Air Conditioners 1/1 2 60
CTS – Domestic A/C & Refrigeration Technician 28 840
HACR 2510 Residential Central Air Conditioning I 1/2 3 90
HACR 2520 Residential Central Air Conditioning II 1/1 2 75
HACR 2530 Residential System Design 1/1 2 60
HACR 2540 Residential Heating I 1/2 3 105
HACR 2550 Residential Heating II 1/2 3 90
HACR 2560 Residential Heat Pumps 1/1 2 60
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
Successful completion of TCA Helper I, CTS Helper II, and CTS Domestic A/C Refrigeration Tech, and completion of above seven courses:
TD – Residential A/C & Refrigeration Technician
45 1350
Additional Exit Point:
HACR2510 Residential Central Air Conditioning I 1/2 3 90
SOLR 1000 Solar Fundamentals 3/0 3 45
SOLR 1030 Solar Thermal Applications 1/2 3 75
Successful completion of CTS Helper II plus above 3 courses.CTS – HACR Energy Systems Technician 33 930
HACR 2810 Commercial Air Conditioning I 2/4 6 210
HACR 2820 Commercial Air Conditioning Controls 3/4 7 210
HACR 2830 Commercial Air Conditioning II 2/4 6 180
Successful completion of TCA Helper 1, CTS Helper II, JOBS 2450, and the above 3 courses.
TD– Commercial Air Conditioning Technician
45 1350
HACR 2910 Commercial Refrigeration I 2/4 6 210
HACR 2920 Commercial Refrigeration Controls 3/4 7 210
HACR 2930HACR Commercial Refrigeration II 2/4 6 180
Successful completion of TCA Helper I, CTS Helper II, JOBS 2450, and the above 3 courses.
TD – Commercial Refrigeration Technician
45 1350
Transferrable General Education Courses Required for AAS
ENGL 1015 English Composition I 3/0 3 45
MATH 1015 College Algebra 3/0 3 45
PSYC 2015 Introduction to Psychology 3/0 3 45
PHSC 1015 Physical Science 3/0 3 45
SPCH 1015 Introduction to Public Speaking 3/0 3 45
Electrician – Commercial Wiring II

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of this program is to prepare individuals to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical devices, components, and equipment. Graduates may find employment in industrial, residential, and commercial electrical professions.

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Degrees/Certificates: Technical Diploma (TD)

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

 

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
ELEC 1120 Basic Electricity 2/4 6 150
ELEC 1210 Residential Wiring 2/4 6 150
TCA – Electrician Helper 13 315
ELEC 2460 Technical Mathematics for Electricians 1/1 2 45
ELEC 1220 Electrical Raceways 0/3 3 90
ELEC 1230 National Electrical Code 0/2 2 90
ELEC 1311 Residential Wiring Installation 1/5 6 165
ELEC 1430 Blueprint Interpretation 1/2 3 75
CPTR 1000 Introduction to Computers 1/1 2 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
Basic Electrical CoreCTS – Residential Electrician 33 855
Technical Diplomas in specialized areas require the completion of the basic core courses PLUS the completion of specialty courses listed in the following groups:
ELEC 1330 Generators/Motors and Transformer Operation 0/2 2 90
ELEC 1420 Introduction to Motor Controls 0/2 2 90
ELEC 1440 Motor Controls 0/3 3 135
ELEC 2520 Solid State Theory 1/2 3 75
ELEC 2540 Logic Functions 0/2 2 90
ELEC 2720 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllerss 0/2 2 90
TD – Industrial Electrician 47 1425
ELEC 1330, 1420, 1440, 2520, 2540 plus
ELEC 2530 Marine Electricity 1/4 5 195
TD – Marine Electrician 50 1530
ELEC 2542 Electrical Work Based I 1/7 8 330
ELEC 2543 Electrical Work Based II 1/5 6 240
TD – Commercial Wiring I 47 1425
ELEC 1330, 1420, 1440 plus
ELEC 1410 Commercial Wiring 1/4 5 195
TD – Commercial Wiring II 45 1365
Optional Electives
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
SOLR 1000 Solar Fundamentals 3/0 3 45
SOLR 1010 PV Solar Applications 1/2 3 75
SOLR 1020 Industrial Solar Applications 1/2 3 75
SOLR 1030 Solar Thermal Applications 1/2 3 75
With approval from the Chief Academic Officer/designee, the following courses may be substituted for any of the abovecourse requirements.
ELEC 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
ELEC 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
ELEC 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
ELEC 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
ELEC 2998 Special Projects V 1/0 1 15
ELEC 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
ELEC 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
Additional Exit Points
SOLR 1000 Solar Fundamentals 3/0 3 45
SOLR 1010 PV Solar Applications 1/2 3 75
SOLR 1020 Industrial Solar Applications 1/2 3 75
SOLR 1030 Solar Thermal Applications 1/2 3 75
TCA – ELEC: Solar Systems Installer 12 270
ELEC 1120 Basic Electricity 2/4 6 150
ELEC 1210 Residential Wiring 2/4 6 150
ELEC 2460 Technical Mathematics for Electrician 1/1 2 45
ELEC 1230 National Electrical Code 0/2 2 90
ELEC 1311 Residential Wiring Installation 1/5 6 165
ELEC 1420 Introduction to Motor Controls 0/2 2 90
Above six courses plus SOLR 1000, 1010, and 1020 CTS – ELEC: Energy Systems Technician 33 885
electrician- industrial electrician

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of this program is to prepare individuals to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical devices, components, and equipment. Graduates may find employment in industrial, residential, and commercial electrical professions.

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Degrees/Certificates: Technical Diploma (TD), Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS),Technical Competency Area (TCA) 

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus.

Check with your local campus for more information.

 

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
ELEC 1110 Basic Electricity 1/2 3 75
ELEC 1130 Basic Electronics 1/2 3 75
TCA – Electrician Helper I 7 165
ELEC 1210 Residential Wiring 2/4 6 150
ELEC 2460 Technical Mathematics for Electricians 1/1 2 45
TCA – Electrician Helper II 15 360
ELEC 1311 Residential Wiring Installation 1/5 6 165
ELEC 1220 Electrical Raceways 0/3 3 90
ELEC 1230 National Electrical Code 0/2 2 90
ELEC 1430 Blueprint Interpretation 1/2 3 90
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
CTS – Residential Electrician 31 825
Technical Diplomas in specialized areas require the completion of the basic core courses PLUS the completion of specialty courses listed in the following groups:
ELEC 1330 Generators/Motors and Transformer Operation 0/2 2 90
ELEC 1450 Variable Frequency Drives 0/2 2 90
ELEC 1440 Motor Controls 0/3 3 135
ELEC 2630 Introduction to Process ControllersLevel, Temperature, Pressure and Flow 0/3 3 105
ELEC 2620 Programmable Logic Controllers 0/4 4 120
TD – Industrial Electrician 45 1365
Optional Elective
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
SOLR 1000 Solar Fundamentals 3/0 3 45
SOLR 1010 PV Solar Applications 1/2 3 75
SOLR 1020 Industrial Solar Applications 1/2 3 75
SOLR 1030 Solar Thermal Applications 1/2 3 75
With approval from the Chief Academic Officer/designee, the following courses may be substituted for any of the abovecourse requirements.
ELEC 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
ELEC 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
ELEC 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
ELEC 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
ELEC 2998 Special Projects V 1/0 1 15
ELEC 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
ELEC 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
Additional Exit Points
SOLR 1000 Solar Fundamentals 3/0 3 45
SOLR 1010 PV Solar Applications 1/2 3 75
SOLR 1020 Industrial Solar Applications 1/2 3 75
SOLR 1030 Solar Thermal Applications 1/2 3 75
TCA – ELEC: Solar Systems Installer 12 270
ELEC 1110 Basic Electricity 1/2 3 75
ELEC 1210 Residential Wiring 2/4 6 150
ELEC 2460 Technical Mathematics for Electrician 1/1 2 45
ELEC 1230 National Electrical Code 0/2 2 90
ELEC 1311 Residential Wiring Installation 1/5 6 165
ELEC 1440 Motor Controls 0/3 3 135
Above six courses plus SOLR 1000, 1010, and 1020 CTS – ELEC: Energy Systems Technician 34 930
energy services

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of this program is to provide specialized classroom instruction and practical experience to prepare students for employment in support service careers in the energy industry. Upon completion, graduates will understand the principles of electricity and electronics, industrial mechanics and mechanical equipment, and industrial instruments and their basic operations. Graduates will also demonstrate an understanding of the energy industry and the basic tenants of energy exploration and production, and they will be able to perform work functions within the regulatory and safety systems established for the industry.

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CURRICULUM
Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
TEED 145 Industrial Mechanical Theory I 2/1 3 90
TEED 146 Industrial Mechanical Theory II 2/1 3 90
ISAF 210 Industrial Safety and OSHA Standards 1/1 2 60
TEED 101 Basic Electricity and Lab 2/1 3 90
MATH 129 Applied Technical Mathematics 2/1 3 90
TEED 153 Hydraulics with Fluid Dynamics and Lab 2/1 3 90
TEED 245 Pumps and Pump Applications and Lab 2/1 3 90
TEED 102 Semiconductor Electronics and Lab 2/1 3 90
CIT 102 Problem Solving and Programming Techniques 2/1 3 90
OGPT 203 Oil and Gas Instrumentation and Lab 2/1 3 90
OGPT 221 Natural Gas Processing and Lab 2/1 3 90
Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS) – Energy Services 32 960
Approved Electives
TEED 201 Basic Digital Electronics 2/1 3 90
TEED 252 Electric Motor Controls and Lab 2/1 3 90
TEED 260 Mechatronics Level I and Lab 2/1 3 90
TEED 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
TEED 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
TEED 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
TEED 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
TEED 2998 Special Projects V 1/0 1 15
heavy construction vehicle operator

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of the Heavy Construction Vehicle Operator (HCVO) program is to prepare individuals for employment as professional heavy equipment operators and tractor-trailer drivers. The HCVO program is a short-term training course designed to prepare students to enter the heavy construction industry. Program content includes instruction in general construction site safety, operation of diesel powered heavy equipment and tractor trailer rigs, identification of common equipment/vehicle components, defensive driving skills, actual driving on rural, urban and interstate highways, cargo handling, tractor trailer backing and maneuvering, documentation and verification of loads and grades and equipment/vehicle inspections and logging.

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Degrees/Certificates:  Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS)

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

 

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
HCVO 1000 Introduction to Construction 1/1 2 45
HCVO 1010 Construction Safety 1/2 3 75
HCVO 1011 Forklifts (Certification) 0/1 1 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TCA – NCCER Core Certification 8 195
CTDP 1110 Introduction to Commercial Vehicle Operation 3/0 3 45
CTDP 1120 Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations 2/0 2 30
HCVO 1140 Construction Vehicle Inspection and Basic Skills 0/2 2 90
CTDP 1211 Commercial Vehicle Operations I 0/2 2 90
HCVO 1212 Construction Vehicle Operations 0/3 3 135
TCA – Construction Vehicle Operator 12 390
HCVO 1110 Heavy Equipment Orientation and Safety 0/1 1 45
HCVO 1111 Basic Operational Techniques 0/1 1 45
HCVO 1120 Grades Part 1 0/1 1 30
HCVO 1121 Grades Part 2 0/2 2 60
HCVO 1130 Introduction to Earth Moving 1/1 2 45
HCVO 1131 Dump Truck 0/1 1 30
HCVO 1200 Tractors 0/1 1 30
HCVO 1210 Rollers 0/1 1 45
HCVO 1220 Scrapers 0/1 1 30
HCVO 1230 Loaders 0/1 1 30
TCA – Heavy Equipment Operator 12 390
CTS – Heavy Construction Vehicle Operator 32 975
HCVO 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
HCVO 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
HCVO 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
HCVO 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
HCVO 2998 Special Projects V 1/0 1 15
Industrial Instrumentation Technology

Program Description & Curriculum This program trains students to become competent, qualified instrument technicians who can meet the ever-changing demands of modern industry. This program is offered to provide training leading to employment for area residents as a result of business/industrial demand. Printable Brochure Degrees/Certificates:  Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Technical Diploma (TD) Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
ETRN 1120 Fundamentals of Direct Current Circuits 1/2 3 75
ETRN 1130 Fundamentals of Alternating Current Circuits 1/2 3 75
ETRN 1210 Fundamentals of Semiconductors 1/2 3 75
ETRN 1220 Transistor Circuits 1/2 3 75
TCA – Basic Electronic Repair 13 315
ETRN 1420 Digital Electronics 1/2 3 105
INST 2620 Motor Controls, Circuitry 0/3 3 135
INST 2630 Variable Speed Drives 0/2 2 90
CPTR 1000 Introduction to Computers 1/1 2 45
CTS – Industrial Electronic Repair 23 690
INST 1110 Introduction to Industrial Instrumentation 1/2 3 75
INST 1330 Pressure and Level Measurement 1/3 4 150
INST 1410 Flow Measurement 0/3 3 90
INST 1420 Temperature Measurement 1/2 3 75
INST 2730 Analytical Measurement 1/2 3 75
INST 1430 Final Elements 1/2 3 75
INST 2610 Controllers 0/3 3 90
INST 2740 Programmable Logic Controllers 1/3 4 150
INST 2820 Principles of Process Control 2/1 3 75
INST 2830 Analog Control Systems 0/3 3 90
INST 2840 Digital Control Systems 0/3 3 90
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – Industrial Instrumentation Technician 60 1755
Transferable General Education Courses Required for AAS
ENGL 1015 English Composition 3/0 3 45
MATH 1015 College Algebra 3/0 3 45
PSYC 2015 Introduction to Psychology 3/0 3 45
PHSC 1015 Physical Science I 3/0 3 45
SPCH 1015 Introduction to Public Speaking 3/0 3 45
AAS – Industrial Instrumentation Technology 75 1980
Optional Elective
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
With approval from the Chief Academic Officer/designee, the following courses may be substituted for any of the above course requirements.
INST 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
INST 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
INST 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
INST 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
INST 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
INST 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
Industrial Maintenance Technology

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of this program is to provide specialized classroom instruction and practical shop experience to prepare students for employment in a variety of jobs in the industrial maintenance field. This program prepares individuals to install, repair, and maintain industrial machinery and equipment such as pumps, motors, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, and production machinery.

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Degrees/Certificates:  Technical Diploma (TD)

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

 

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
IMMT 1110 Introduction to Industrial Maintenance Technology 1/0 1 15
CRPT 1000 Introduction to Computers 1/1 2 45
IMMT 1111 Welding I 0/3 3 135
IMMT 1112 Welding II 0/2 2 90
IMMT 1120 Blueprint Reading 2/0 2 30
IMMT 1121 Metal Fabrication 1/ 2 3 105
TCA – Fabrication Apprentice 14 435
The above TCA plus one of the four possible Sequences of courses shown below, results in the CTS as indicated
IMMT 1210 Material Handling 2/0 2 30
IMMT 1220 Pneumatics 3/0 3 45
IMMT 1221 Pneumatics Application 0/2 2 90
IMMT 1230 Hydraulics 3/0 3 45
IMMT 1231 Hydraulics Application 0/3 3 135
IMMT 1241 Hydraulics Troubleshooting Projects 0/3 3 135
Total – Sequence A 16 480
CTS – Pneumatic Hydraulic Apprentice 30 915
IMMT 1311 Pipefitting 0/2 2 60
IMMT 1320 Millwright I 3/0 3 45
IMMT 1321 Millwright I Lab 0/2 2 90
IMMT 1330 Millwright II 2/0 2 30
IMMT 1331 Millwright II Lab 0/3 3 135
Total – Sequence B 12 360
CTS – Millwright Apprentice 26 795
IMMT 1410 Basic Electricity 1/0 1 15
IMMT 1411 Basic Electricity Lab 0/3 3 90
IMMT 1421 Industrial Electricity 0/4 4 120
IMMT 1430 Motor Controls 0/4 4 180
IMMT 1441 Programmable Logic Controllers 0/4 4 120
Total – Sequence C 16 525
CTS – Electrical Maintenance 30 960
IMMT 1410 Basic Electricity 1/0 1 15
IMMT 1500 Advanced Pipefitting 0/4 4 120
IMMT 1501 Preventive Maintenance 0/4 4 180
IMMT 1502 Rigging 0/4 4 120
IMMT 1503 Plant Equipment 0/3 3 90
Total – Sequence D 16 525
CTS – Petrochemical Maintenance 30 960
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – Industrial Maintenance Technology (Composed of the TCA plus Sequence A, Sequence B, Sequence C or D, and JOBS 2450.) 60 1830
Optional Electives
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
With approval from the Chief Academic Officer/designee, the following courses may be substituted for any of the above course requirements.
IMMT 1131 Advanced Metal Fabrication 0/3 3 135
IMMT 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
IMMT 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
IMMT 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
IMMT 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
IMMT 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
IMMT 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
Industrial Manufacturing Technology

Program Description & Curriculum The purpose of this program is to provide specialized classroom instruction and practical shop experience to prepare students for employment in a variety of jobs in the industrial manufacturing field. This program consists of a core set of courses and four concentration areas from which the student can choose to make up the diploma. Printable Brochure Degrees/Certificates:  Technical Diploma (TD) Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

Course No. Course Title Lecture Lab Total Credit Hrs. Total Clock Hrs.
CORE COURSES:
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1 0 1 15
IMFG 1100 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 0 3 45
IMFG 1120 Tools and Equipment Used in Manufacturing 1 3 4 135
IMFG 1200 Automation 1 3 4 120
IMFG 1300 Introduction to Fabrication, Process Technology, & Machining 1 3 4 135
CTS – Certification for Manufacturing (C4M) 16 450
AUTOMATION AND CONTROLS CONCENTRATION: (Core + the following)
IMFG 1140 Hydraulics Applications 0 3 3 90
IMFG 1130 Pneumatics Applications 0 2 2 90
IMFG 1215 Basic Electronics 2 2 4 90
IMFG 1220 Digital Electronics 1 2 3 105
CTS- INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN 28 825
IMFG 1230 Introduction to Programming 1 2 3 105
IMFG 1235 Motor Controls 0 3 3 105
IMFG 1250 Advanced PLC Applications 0 3 3 105
Elective or Co-op 0 3 3 90
Elective or Co-op 0 3 3 90
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2 0 2 30
TD – Industrial Manufacturing TechnologyAutomation and Controls Concentration 45 1350
MILLWRIGHT CONCENTRATION: (Core + the following)
IMFG 1320 Millwright I 3 0 3 45
IMFG 1321 Millwright I Lab 0 2 2 90
IMFG 1420 Millwright II 2 0 2 60
IMFG 1421 Millwright II Lab 0 3 3 105
IMFG 1130 Pneumatics Applications 0 2 2 90
CTS – MILLWRIGHT APPRENTICE 28 840
IMFG 1325 Pipefitting 0 2 2 60
IMFG 1140 Hydraulics Applications 0 3 3 90
IMFG 1210 Material Handling 1 1 2 60
IMFG 1315 Welding 0 2 2 90
Elective or Co-op 0 3 3 90
Elective or Co-op 0 3 3 90
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2 0 2 30
TD – Industrial Manufacturing TechnologyMillwright Concentration 45 1350
MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATION: (Core + the following)
IMFG 1110 Shop Mathematics 2 1 3 75
IMFG 1310 Machine Shop I 3 3 6 150
IMFG 1340 Basic Lathe 0 3 3 135
IMFG 1440 Basic Mill 0 3 3 135
CTS-CNC OPERATOR 31 945
IMFG 1410 Machine Shop II 3 3 6 150
IMFG 2710 CNC 1 2 3 135
Elective or Co-op 0 3 3 90
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2 0 2 30
TD – Industrial Manufacturing TechnologyMachine Tool Technology Concentration 45 1350
INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION & ELECTRICAL CONCENTRATION: (Core + the following)
INST 1110 Introduction to Industrial Instrumentation 1 2 3 75
IIET 1433 Wiring/Electrical Blueprint Interpretation 2 1 3 90
IIET 1214 Basic Electronics 1 2 3 90
ELMT 2520 National Electrical Code 0 2 2 90
CTS – 27 795
IIET 2123 Understanding Programmable Controllers 1 2 3 90
IMFG 1235 Motor Controls 0 3 3 105
INST 1330 Pressure and Level Measurement 1 3 4 150
IIET 1413 Flow and Final Control 2 1 3 90
IIET 2733 Introduction to Temperature & Analytical Processes 2 1 3 90
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2 0 2 30
TD – Industrial Manufacturing TechnologyIndustrial Instrumentation & Electrical Technician Concentration 45 1350
Welding

Program Description & Curriculum

Instruction is provided in various welding processes and techniques including oxyfuel cutting, carbon arc cutting, shielded metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, flux-cored arc welding, gas metal arc welding, pipe-welding, plasma arc cutting, blueprint reading, weld symbols, and joints.

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Degrees/Certificates:  Technical Diploma (TD)

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Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1120 Basic Blueprint, Metallurgy, & Weld Symbols 2/1 3 75
WELD 1130 Welding Inspection & Testing 1/1 2 60
WLED 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
WELD 1310 Cutting Processes – CAC/PAC 1/1 2 45
WELD 1410 SMAW – Basic Beads 1/1 2 60
WELD 1411 SMAW – Fillet Weld 0/3 3 105
WELD 1412 SMAW – V-Groove BU/Gouge 0/3 3 105
WELD 2110 FCAW – Basic Fillet Welds 1/2 3 105
WELD 2111 FCAW – Groove Welds 0/3 3 105
WELD 2210 GTAW – Basic Multi-Joint 1/2 3 105
WELD 2230 GTAW – Aluminum Multi-Joint 1/2 3 105
WELD 2310 GMAW – Basic Fillet Weld 1/2 3 105
WELD 2311 GMAW – Groove Weld 0/3 3 105
CRPT 1000 Introduction to Computers 1/1 2 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
Program Core Totals 44 1320
To meet the requirements to earn a diploma, students must complete the program core and select an additional minimum of 16 credits from ANY of the courses listed as “Required Electives” 16 480
TD – Welding 60 1800
Required Electives
WELD 1420 SMAW – V-Groove Open 1/3 4 120
WELD 1510 SMAW – Pipe 2G 1/3 4 120
WELD 1511 SMAW – Pipe 5G 0/4 4 120
WELD 1512 SMAW – Pipe 6G 0/4 4 120
WELD 1610 SMAW Stainless Steel (SMAW-SS) Multi- Joint 1/3 4 120
WELD 1620 SMAW Stainless Steel (SMAW-SS) 5G Pipe 1/3 4 120
WELD 1621 SMAW Stainless Steel (SNAW-SS) 2G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 1622 SMAW Stainless Steel (SMAW-SS) 6G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 2112 FCAW Pipe 5G 1/3 4 120
WELD 2113 FCAW Pipe 2G 0/4 4 120
WELD 2114 FCAW Pipe 6G 0/4 4 120
WELD 2220 GTAW Pipe 5G 1/3 4 120
WELD 2221 GTAW Pipe 2G 0/4 4 120
WELD 2222 GTAW Pipe 6G 0/4 4 120
WELD 2240 GTAW Low Alloy (GTAW-LA) 5G Pipe 1/3 4 120
WELD 2241 GTAW Low Alloy (GTAW-LA) 2G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 2242 GTAW Low Alloy (GTAW-LA) 6G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 2250 GTAW Stainless Steel (GTAW-SS) 5G Pipe 1/3 4 120
WELD 2251 GTAW Stainless Steel (GTAW-SS) 2G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 2252 GTAW Stainless Steel (GTAW-SS) 6G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 2260 GTAW Aluminum (GTAW-AL) 5G Pipe 1/3 4 120
WELD 2261 GTAW Aluminum (GTAW-AL) 2G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 2262 GTAW Aluminum (GTAW-AL) 6G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 2320 GMAW – Pipe 2G 1/3 4 120
WELD 2321 GMAW – Pipe 5G 0/4 4 120
WELD 2322 GMAW – Pipe 6G 0/4 4 120
WELD 2330 GMAW – Aluminum Multi-Joint 1/3 4 120
WELD 2340 GMAW – Aluminum (GMAW-AL) 5G Pipe 1/3 4 120
WELD 2341 GMAW – Aluminum (GMAW-AL) 2G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 2342 GMAW – Aluminum (GMAW-AL) 6G Pipe 0/4 4 120
WELD 1121 Advanced Blueprint Reading 2/2 4 120
WELD 2410 Automated Welding Processes 2/1 3 60
WELD 2420 Construction Procedures I 1/1 2 60
WELD 2421 Construction Procedures II 1/1 2 60
WELD 2422 Construction Procedures III 1/1 2 60
WELD 2423 Construction Procedures IV 1/1 2 60
WELD 2430 Maintenance Procedures I 1/1 2 60
WELD 2431 Maintenance Procedures II 1/1 2 60
WELD 2432 Maintenance Procedures III 1/1 2 60
WELD 2433 Maintenance Procedures IV 1/1 2 60
WELD 2440 Manufacturing Procedures I 1/1 2 60
WELD 2441 Manufacturing Procedures II 1/1 2 60
WELD 2442 Manufacturing Procedures III 1/1 2 60
WELD 2443 Manufacturing Procedures IV 1/1 2 60
WELD 2450 Marine Procedures I 1/1 2 60
WELD 2451 Marine Procedures II 1/1 2 60
WELD 2452 Marine Procedures III 1/1 2 60
WELD 2453 Marine Procedures IV 1/1 2 60
WELD 2460 Piping Procedures I 1/1 2 60
WELD 2461 Piping Procedures II 1/1 2 60
WELD 2462 Piping Procedures III 1/1 2 60
WELD 2463 Piping Procedures IV 1/1 2 60
WELD 2470 Pressure Vessel Procedures I 1/1 2 60
WELD 2471 Pressure Vessel Procedures II 1/1 2 60
WELD 2472 Pressure Vessel Procedures III 1/1 2 60
WELD 2473 Pressure Vessel Procedures IV 1/1 2 60
WELD 2480 Shipbuilding Procedures I 1/1 2 60
WELD 2481 Shipbuilding Procedures II 1/1 2 60
WELD 2482 Shipbuilding Procedures III 1/1 2 60
WELD 2483 Shipbuilding Procedures IV 1/1 2 60
WELD 2490 Structural Procedures I 1/1 2 60
WELD 2491 Structural Procedures II 1/1 2 60
WELD 2492 Structural Procedures III 1/1 2 60
WELD 2493 Structural Procedures IV 1/1 2 60
Approved Electives
WELD 2883 Basic Skills Evaluation 0/1 1 30
WELD 2885 Advanced Skills Evaluation 0/1 1 30
WELD 2893 SMAW Certification Preparation 0/3 3 90
WELD 2895 FCAW Certification Preparation 0/3 3 90
WELD 2897 GTAW Certification Preparation 0/3 3 90
WELD 2899 GMAW Certification Preparation 0/3 3 90
WELD 2996 Certification I 2/2 4 120
WELD 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
WELD 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
WELD 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
WELD 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
WELD 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
WELD 2992 Special Projects IV 1/1 2 45
WELD 2994 Special Projects V 0/4 4 120
WELD 2990 Special Projects VI 0/6 6 180
Optional Elective
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
Certificate Exit Levels are Below:
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
TCA – Welder Helper 5 105
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
TCA – Thermal Cutter 5 120
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
WELD 1310 Cutting Processes – CAC/PAC 1/1 2 45
TCA – Arc Cutter 7 150
WELD 2883 Basic Skills Evaluation OR 0/1 1 30
WELD 2885 Advanced Skills Evaluation 0/1 1 30
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
PLUS – a minimum of four credits from the list of Required Electives 4 120
TCA – Arc Welder Skills Upgrade 8 210
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1120 Basic Blueprint, Metallurgy & Wed Symbols 2/1 3 75
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
WELD 1410 SMAW – Basic Beads 1/1 2 60
TCA – Tack Welder/Fitter Helper 10 255
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
WELD 1410 SMAW – Basic Beads 1/1 2 60
PLUS – Any ONE below 3 105
WELD 1411 SMAW – Fillet Weld 0/3 3 105
WELD 2110 FCAW – Basic Fillet Welds 1/2 3 105
WELD 2210 GTAW – Basic Multi-Joint 1/2 3 105
WELD 2310 GMAW – Basic Fillet Weld 1/2 3 105
TCA – Production Line Welder 12 330
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
WELD 1310 Cutting Processes – CAC/PAC 1/1 2 45
WELD 1410 SMAW – Basic Beads 1/1 2 60
PLUS – Any ONE Advanced Procedures course PLUS – 12 credits from list below 2 60
PLUS – 12 credit hours from the list below 12 420
WELD 1411 SMAW – Fillet Weld 0/3 3 105
WELD 1412 SMAW – V-Groove BU/Gouge 0/3 3 105
WELD 2110 FCAW – Basic Fillet Welds 1/2 3 105
WELD 2111 FCAW – Groove Welds 0/3 3 105
WELD 2210 GTAW – Basic Multi-Joint 1/2 3 105
WELD 2230 GTAW – Aluminum Multi-Joint 1/2 3 105
WELD 2310 GMAW – Basic Fillet Weld 1/2 3 105
WELD2311 GMAW – Groove Weld 0/3 3 105
CTS – Production Line Welder II 25 750
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
WELD 1410 SMAW – Basic Beads 1/1 2 60
WELD 2110 FCAW – Basic Fillet Welds 1/2 3 105
WELD 2480 Shipbuilding Procedures I 1/1 2 60
WELD 1130 Welding Inspection & Testing 1/1 2 60
WELD 1411 SMAW – Fillet Weld 0/3 3 105
WELD 1310 Cutting Processes – CAC/PAC 1/1 2 45
WELD 2111 FCAW – Groove Welds 0/3 3 105
WELD 2481 Shipbuilding Procedures II 1/1 2 60
CTS – Production Line Welder – Shipbuilding 26 765
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
WELD 1310 Cutting Processes – CAC/PAC 1/1 2 45
WELD 2210 GTAW – Basic Multi-Joint 1/2 3 105
PLUS ANY three courses from the GTAW Required Electives 12 360
CTS – Arc Welder – GTAW 24 675
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
WELD 1310 Cutting Processes – CAC/PAC 1/1 2 45
WELD 2310 GMAW – Basic Fillet Weld 1/2 3 105
WELD 2311 GMAW – Groove Weld 0/3 3 105
PLUS ANY three courses from the GMAW Required Electives 12 360
CTS – Arc Welder – GMAW 27 780
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
WELD 1310 Cutting Processes – CAC/PAC 1/1 2 45
WELD 2110 FCAW – Basic Fillet Welds 1/2 3 105
WELD 2111 FCAW – Groove Welds 0/3 3 105
PLUS ANY three courses from the FCAW Required Electives 12 360
CTS – Arc Welder – FCAW 27 780
WELD 1110 Occupational Orientation & Safety 2/1 3 60
WELD 1140 Electrical Fundamentals 1/1 2 45
WELD 1210 Oxyfuel Systems 1/1 2 60
WELD 1310 Cutting Processes – CAC/PAC 1/1 2 45
WELD 1410 SMAW – Basic Beads 1/1 2 60
WELD 1411 SMAW – Fillet Welds 0/3 3 105
WELD 1412 SMAW – V-Groove BU/Gouge 0/3 3 105
WELD 1420 SMAW – V-Groove Open 1/3 4 120
PLUS ANY three courses from the SMAW Required Electives 12 360
CTS – Arc Welder – SMAW 33 960