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Web Page CreationInformation TechnologyINFO_1311This course teaches students how to create basic websites using HTML and CSS specifications. It covers creating HTML pages that include links, images, tables, multimedia, and forms and discusses additional advanced features such as implementing Web interactivity using JavaScript and jQuery. Students use CSS to control the format and layout of Web pages and learn how to use responsive design for print, mobile devices, and tablets. UndergraduateInformation Technology
StatisticsMathematicsMATH_1410This course requires students to develop a critical and functional understanding of data. Topics include frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability and probability distribution, sampling concepts, estimating means, variances, standard deviations, proportions and percentages, hypothesis testing, and correlation and linear regression. Software and calculators are used as appropriate throughout the course. UndergraduateMathematics
Math Praxis CORE Academic Skills for Educators TestEducationEDUC_0090This course prepares students for the Praxis CORE Academic Skills for Educators Test for students entering a teacher education program. Students conduct self-paced practice tests and learning activities in the area of math.UndergraduateEducation
Accounting with QuickBooksAccountingACCT_1210This course is an introduction to the QuickBooks software program. Students use the QuickBooks software to record transactions related to sales, sales invoicing, purchases, purchase invoicing, receipts, payments, and payroll. Students also use the software to generate financial statements and other financial reports. NOTE: It is helpful, though not required, for students taking ACCT 1210 Accounting with QuickBooks to have had either high school bookkeeping classes or have taken ACCT 1050 Bookkeeping.UndergraduateAccounting
Collision Estimating IIAuto Collision TechnologyAUTB_2460Students learn how estimating affects shop sales, production, staffing, facility and profitability in the collision repair field. Students practice documenting collision damage in the repair shop.UndergraduateAuto Collision Technology
Logistics and Warehousing for Applied TechnologiesIndustrial & Commercial TradesINCT_1100This course is an introduction to the logistics and warehousing career field. Students study the planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and products by road, air, rail, pipeline, and water. This course is designed as an introduction to the activities associated with transportation, warehousing/distribution/material handling, and inventory management, with particular attention to applications in the applied technologies area. Additional information includes industry history, legal and regulatory issues, documentation requirements, and safety and security concerns. This course prepares students to test for the nationally recognized certification as a Certified Logistics Associate (CLA). UndergraduateIndustrial & Commercial Trades
Motor and Machine ControlsIndustrial & Commercial TradesINCT_1212This course introduces state-of-the-art motor control components and provides students with a basic knowledge of control circuitry. Students build on their experiences from Basic Electricity by designing, building, and troubleshooting more complex circuits. The designed circuits control live, three-phase, line voltage equipment. Students use devices such as contactors, motor-starters, relays, timers, mechanical, and proximity switches. They also learn about and utilize electronic motor controls and programmable devices such as variable frequency drives.UndergraduateIndustrial & Commercial Trades
Home and Building Maintenance CarpentryIndustrial & Commercial TradesINCT_1301This course includes an introduction to maintenance carpentry. Topics include basic carpentry tools, tool safety, drywall hanging and patching, and suspended ceiling installation. The course emphasizes insulation and weatherization.UndergraduateIndustrial & Commercial Trades
Basic PlumbingIndustrial & Commercial TradesINCT_1303This course includes an introduction to the plumbing trade through safety, types of plumbing supplies, the designing and installation of plumbing systems, and identification of valves, faucets, and water heaters. It covers troubleshooting and repairs of typical plumbing problems.UndergraduateIndustrial & Commercial Trades
Small Engine RepairIndustrial & Commercial TradesINCT_1304This course covers the individual systems in small gas engines that work together to produce power. Students learn the six systems of internal combustion gasoline-powered engines: fuel, exhaust, ignition, combustion, cooling, and lubrication. This course also covers safety, proper use of hand tools, and special tools used in the repair and maintenance of small engines. UndergraduateIndustrial & Commercial Trades