Oct 29, 2020  
Student Catalog 2020-2021 
    
Student Catalog 2020-2021

—Course Descriptions


 

Collision Repair Technology

  
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    ABT 2513 - Frame and Underbody Structural Repair I

    3 Semester Hours
    An introduction to frame repair. Instruction includes analyzing frame, structural, suspension, steering damage, and setting up alignment equipment.
  
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    ABT 2713 - Collision Analysis and Estimation

    3 Semester Hours
    This course covers the complete inspection and analysis of damaged vehicles.  It is designed to enable the student to determine the conditions and severity of the damage, the repair or replacement of parts, the estimated repair time, and the correct use of reference manuals.
  
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    ABT 2813 - Shop Operations and Procedures

    3 Semester Hours
    An introduction to small business management techniques as applied to the collison repair shop including computerized information and record systems.  Also included are financial responsibilites, shop layout, inventory, and employee-employer relations.
  
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    ABT 2913 - Special Problem in Collision Repair Technology

    3 Semester Hours
    A course to provide students with an opportunity to utilize skills and knowledge gained in other Collision Repair Technology courses. The instructor and student work closely together to select a topic and establish criteria for completion of the project. (6 hrs lab)
  
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    ABT 2923 - Supervised Work Experience in Collision Repair Technology

    3 Semester Hours
    A course that is a cooperative program between industry and education designed to integrate the student’s technical studies with industrial experience.

Communications

  
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    COM 2483 - Introduction to Mass Communication

    3 Semester Hours
    A study of the history, organization, and mechanics of various mass media. Designed to help the student understand the role of mass media in society.

Computer Science

  
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    CSC 1123 - Computer Applications I

    3 Semester Hours
    This course is designed to teach computer applications to include: word-processing, electronic spreadsheet, database management, presentation design, and electronic communications with integration of these applications. (3 credit hours lecture/lab)
  
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    CSC 2134 - Programming I with C++

    4 Semester Hours
    An introduction to problem solving methods, algorithm development, designing, debugging, and documentation in C++ language with a variety of applications including: I/O statements, arithmetic, logical, conditional, looping, methods/functions, and array processing. (3 hrs lecture and a required lab component)
  
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    CSC 2144 - Programming II with C++

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: CSC 2134 ) Continued program and algorithm development and analysis; search/sort methods; abstract data types and object-oriented design; designing and debugging larger programs using C++ language. (3 hrs lecture and a required lab component)
  
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    CSC 2833 - Discrete Structures

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: Calculus I or permission of instructor and a structured computer programming course.) Topics from logic and mathematical reasoning, set theory, recursion, combinatorics, number theory, Boolean algebra, digital logic, and graph theory, which are fundamental to the study of Computer Science. Three hours lecture.
  
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    CSC 2844 - Data Structures

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: CSC 2144 ) Advanced data structures and their representation; advanced data abstraction and corresponding algorithms; memory management; trees and graphs; search and sort techniques; symbol tables and indexes; classes of algorithms. (3 hrs lecture and required lab)

Construction Engineering Technology

  
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    CON 1113 - Survey of Modern Construction

    3 Semester Hours
    Fundamentals of the construction environment and construction methods, materials, processess, working, drawing, and specifications. Field Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    CON 1213 - Construction Materials

    3 Semester Hours
    Study and testing of the various materials used in the construction industry including reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete, wood, steel, and soil Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory
  
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    CON 1223 - Plans and Documents Interpretation

    3 Semester Hours
    Graphic techniques used in the construction industry. Includes computation, of areas and volumes, interpretation of building plans and specifications, symbols, and terms used in the residential, commercial, and heavy construction industry. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.
  
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    CON 1233 - Construction Systems I

    3 Semester Hours
    Common practices of Engineering and business practices in the construction industry. Equipment purchasing and budgeting along with basic engineering principles used in the construction industry. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    CON 1313 - Construction Drawing

    3 Semester Hours
    Introduce the basics of drawing, sketching, CAD, and 3D methods. (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab)
  
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    CON 2113 - Construction Job Site Management

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: CON 1113 ) Basic techniques of the modern methods of managing construction projects including critical path scheduling, resource allocation, and funds flow. Practical applications are made through simulated projects. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory
  
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    CON 2123 - Construction Cost Estimating

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: CON 1113 ) Theory of estimating; quantity survey; unit cost synthesis and analysis; bid organization and planning; competitive simulations and exercises. Computer software programs are utilized to develop simulated construction bid. Two hours lecture and Two hours laboratory
  
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    CON 2233 - Construction Systems II

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: CON 2123 ) Common practices of engineering in construction. Basic engineering is used through practices in formwork design and crane applications. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory
  
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    CON 2313 - Construction Layout

    3 Semester Hours
    Principles of site preparation and layout of structures. Use of levels, tapes and surveying instruments. Triangulation calculations, coordinate calculations, differential leveling, and GPS technology are included. One hour lecture and 4 hours lab.
  
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    CON 2413 - Construction Safety Standards

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: CON CON 1113 ) Management of safety and health in the construction environment. Basic elements of a safety and health program for the construction general contractor are examined to include regulator agencies. Concentrates on obtaining OSHA 30 certification. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory
  
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    CON 2513 - Leadership, Management, and Organization

    3 Semester Hours
    CON 1113 and CON 2113 Study of the effective leadership and management styles in the construction industry. Also, how the construction industry is organized at the local, state, and national levels.  Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    CON 2614 - Internship

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: Successful completion of first year study) A cooperative program between the construction industry and education which is designed to integrate the student’s technical studies with on-site construction experiences. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 hours of on-site experience. 45 work hours 180 contact hours
  
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    CON 2624 - Internship

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: CON 2613 -6) Continuation of CON 2616  with advance placement in the on-site construction. 180 contact hours

Cooperative Education

  
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    COE 1012 - Cooperative Education Work Experience IB

    2 Semester Hours
    Nine hours is the maximum number of hours one can earn from cooperative work experience. The amount of credit (1, 2, or 3 hours) will be awarded on the basis of the number of hours worked per week:

    15 -20 hours… 1 hour credit
    21-24 hours… 2 hours credit
    25 or more hours… 3 hours credit
  
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    COE 1013 - Cooperative Education Work Experience IC

    3 Semester Hours
    Nine hours is the maximum number of hours one can earn from cooperative work experience. The amount of credit (1, 2, or 3 hours) will be awarded on the basis of the number of hours worked per week:

    15 -20 hours… 1 hour credit
    21-24 hours… 2 hours credit
    25 or more hours… 3 hours credit
  
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    COE 1021 - Cooperative Education Work Experience IIA

    1 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: COE 1012  or 1013 ) Nine hours is the maximum number of hours one can earn from cooperative work experience. The amount of credit (1, 2, or 3 hours) will be awarded on the basis of the number of hours worked per week:

    15 -20 hours… 1 hour credit
    21-24 hours… 2 hours credit
    25 or more hours… 3 hours credit
  
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    COE 1022 - Cooperative Education Work Experience IIB

    2 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: COE 1012  or 1013 ) Nine hours is the maximum number of hours one can earn from cooperative work experience. The amount of credit (1, 2, or 3 hours) will be awarded on the basis of the number of hours worked per week:

    15 -20 hours… 1 hour credit
    21-24 hours… 2 hours credit
    25 or more hours… 3 hours credit
  
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    COE 1023 - Cooperative Education Work Experience IIC

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: COE 1012  or 1013 ) Nine hours is the maximum number of hours one can earn from cooperative work experience. The amount of credit (1, 2, or 3 hours) will be awarded on the basis of the number of hours worked per week:

    15 -20 hours… 1 hour credit
    21-24 hours… 2 hours credit
    25 or more hours… 3 hours credit
  
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    COE 1031 - Cooperative Education Work Experience IIIA

    1 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: COE 1021 , 1022 , or 1023 ) Nine hours is the maximum number of hours one can earn from cooperative work experience. The amount of credit (1, 2, or 3 hours) will be awarded on the basis of the number of hours worked per week:

    15 -20 hours… 1 hour credit
    21-24 hours… 2 hours credit
    25 or more hours… 3 hours credit
  
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    COE 1032 - Cooperative Education Work Experience IIIB

    2 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: COE 1021 , 1022 , or 1023  ) Nine hours is the maximum number of hours one can earn from cooperative work experience. The amount of credit (1, 2, or 3 hours) will be awarded on the basis of the number of hours worked per week:

    15 -20 hours… 1 hour credit
    21-24 hours… 2 hours credit
    25 or more hours… 3 hours credit
  
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    COE 1033 - Cooperative Education Work Experience IIIC

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: COE 1021 1022 , or 1023 ) Nine hours is the maximum number of hours one can earn from cooperative work experience. The amount of credit (1, 2, or 3 hours) will be awarded on the basis of the number of hours worked per week:

    15 -20 hours… 1 hour credit
    21-24 hours… 2 hours credit
    25 or more hours… 3 hours credit

Criminal Justice

  
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    CRJ 1313 - Introduction to Criminal Justice

    3 Semester Hours
    History, development, and philosophy of law enforcement in a democratic society, introduction to agencies involved in the administration of criminal justice; career orientation.
  
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    CRJ 1323 - Police Administration and Organization

    3 Semester Hours
    Principles of organization and administration in law enforcement as applied to law enforcement agencies; introduction to concepts of organization behavior. Three hours lecture
  
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    CRJ 1363 - Introduction to Corrections

    3 Semester Hours
    An overview of the correctional field; its origins, historical and philosophical background, development, current status, relationship with other facets of the criminal justice system and future prospects. Three hours lecture.
  
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    CRJ 1373 - Introduction to Homeland Security

    3 Semester Hours
    The issues pertaining to the role and mission of the Department of Homeland Security and related agencies, both domestic and international.
  
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    CRJ 2323 - Criminal Law

    3 Semester Hours
    A study of the basic elements of substantive criminal law including defenses to criminal liability. Three hours lecture
  
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    CRJ 2333 - Criminal Investigation

    3 Semester Hours
    A study of principles of investigation; proper collection, documentation, and preservation of evidence.
  
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    CRJ 2413 - Administration of Criminal Justice

    3 Semester Hours
    A study of the legal concepts and procedures, including laws of arrest and search warrant procedures, beginning with the issuance of legal process to ultimate disposition, including information, indictments, arraignments, preliminary hearings, bail, juries and trial and penal conditions.
  
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    CRJ 2513 - Juvenile Justice

    3 Semester Hours
    Organization, functions, and jurisdiction of juvenile agencies. Processing, detention, and disposition of cases. Statutes and court procedures applied to juveniles.

Culinary Arts

  
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    CUT 1124 - Culinary Principles II

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: HRT 1114  & HRT 1213 ) This course offers advanced study of Culinary Principles I to polish and perfect the techniques of food preparation and cookery emphasizing high standards for preparation of meat, poultry, seafood, vegetables, soups, stocks, sauces, and farinaceous items. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.
  
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    CUT 1134 - Principles of Baking

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: HRT 1114  & HRT 1213 ) This course focuses on fundamentals of baking science, terminology, ingredients, weights and measures, and formula conversion and storage are covered. Students will prepare yeast goods, pies, cakes, cookies, and quick breads; and use and care for equipment. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.
  
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    CUT 1513 - Garde Manger

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: HRT 1114  & HRT 1213 ) This course provides orientation to garnishing, preparation of charcuterie items, cold foods, and buffet presentation and explores the various duties of the modern garde manger. One hour lecture and four hours laboratory.
  
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    CUT 1613 - Nutrition

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides information on a study of nutrients as related to personal health, foods and food preparation, recipe or menu modification for special customer needs, and merchandizing techniques associated with nutritious meals 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab
  
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    CUT 2223 - Menu Planning

    3 Semester Hours
    This course focuses on the principles and concepts of menu planning, menu formats, and layout with regard to a wide variety of eating habits and taste of the dining public are presented. Emphasis will be on pricing, menu design, merchandising, tools, nutritional considerations, schedules, and profitability. Effective planning and layout of kitchen and equipment will also be emphasized. Three hours lecture
  
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    CUT 2314 - American Regional Cuisine

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: HRT 1114  & HRT 1213 ) This exploration of the American Cuisine concept emphasizes freshness, seasonality, nutrition, indigenous ingredients, and presentation. A thorough study into the cuisine characteristics and traditions of the various regions of the United States of America. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.
  
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    CUT 2424 - International Cuisine

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: HRT 1114  & HRT 1213 ) A study of cuisines of the world with emphasis on use of authentic ingredients, methods, and terminology. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.
  
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    CUT 2923 - Culinary Arts Internship

    3 Semester Hours
    Supervised work experience in culinary arts. A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education and is designed to integrate the student’s technical studies with industrial experience. Firm and type of employment must be approved in advance by the instructor. 135 hours of industrial contact required. ManageFirst course.

Dental Hygiene Technology

  
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    DHT 1115 - Fundamentals of Dental Hygiene

    5 Semester Hours
    Introduction to basic theories and techniques of instrumentation and oral prophylaxis; to clinical procedures and practices including prevention of disease transmission. Medical and dental histories; oral inspection and charting; application of fluoride; instrument sharpening. Two hours lecture and six hours laboratory
  
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    DHT 1242 - Anatomy & Histology/ Head & Neck

    2 Semester Hours
    This course is a detailed study of skeletal, muscular, vascular, and neural features of the face, head, and neck. It also includes studies of the microscopic and development of types of cells, tissues and organs of the head and neck.
  
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    DHT 1252 - Dental Anatomy & Embryology

    2 Semester Hours
    This course is a study of the morphological characteristics of the teeth and supporting structures. Also given is a survey of the elements of embryology emphasizing the area of the head and neck, as related to the development of the dental arches, salivary glands, buccal mucosa, pharynx, and tongue.
  
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    DHT 1314 - Radiology

    4 Semester Hours
    Designed to familiarize the student with the principles of radiation, protective measures, and the principles and techniques of intraoral and extraoral radiography. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    DHT 1415 - Clinical Dental Hygiene I

    5 Semester Hours
    The first course designed to increase the student ‘s knowledge of dental hygiene procedures; use of caries preventive agents; detection of dental decay; periodontal pockets and soft tissue lesions. One hour lecture and twelve hours clinical.
  
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    DHT 1513 - Periodontics

    3 Semester Hours
    An in-depth study of the supporting structures of the teeth with a full clinical and theoretical understanding of their conditions in good health as well as in pathological conditions.
  
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    DHT 1931 - Medical Dental Emergencies

    1 Semester Hours
    This course provides the student with the opportunity to discuss managing dental office emergencies.
  
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    DHT 1941 - Theories of Patient Care

    1 Semester Hours
    This course provides the student with the opportunity to discuss patient care and treatment plans.
  
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    DHT 2233 - General and Oral Pathology

    3 Semester Hours
    Principles of general pathology in relationship to the diseases of the teeth, soft tissues, and supporting structures of the oral cavity.
  
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    DHT 2425 - Clinical Dental Hygiene II

    5 Semester Hours
    Emphasis on use of curettes, models, and the ultrasonic scaler. One hour lecture and twelve hours clinical.
  
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    DHT 2436 - Clinical Dental Hygiene III

    6 Semester Hours
    Emphasis on mastery of dental hygiene clinical tasks. Two hours lecture and twelve hours clinical
  
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    DHT 2613 - Dental Materials

    3 Semester Hours
    Study of the properties of materials used in dentistry and techniques of manipulation of these materials. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    DHT 2713 - Pharmacology

    3 Semester Hours
    A basic introduction to drug actions and their mechanism when introduced to the body under specific conditions, and the reaction of the body to drugs. (For Dental Hygiene students.)
  
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    DHT 2814 - Community Dental Health

    4 Semester Hours
    A survey of methods and indices used to determine dental health status of the community and of preventive measures used to improve the dental health status of the community and of preventive measures used to improve the dental health of the population along with field experience utilizing educational principles and techniques.
  
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    DHT 2922 - Ethics and Jurisprudence

    2 Semester Hours
    Study of laws governing the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene and the ethics involved. Two hours lecture
  
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    DHT 2951 - Fundamentals of Licensure

    1 Semester Hours
    This course provides the student with the opportunity to discuss dental disciplines and professional development.
  
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    DHT 2961 - General & Dental Nutrition

    1 Semester Hours
    This course provides the student with the general nutrition and nutritional biochemistry emphasizing the effect nutrition has an oral health.

Diesel Mechanics

  
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    DET 1114 - Fundamental of Equipment Mechanics

    4 Semester Hours
    Review and update of safety procedures; tools and equipment usage; handling, storing, and disposing of hazardous materials; operating principles of diesel engines; and selection of fuels, oils, other lubricants, and coolants. (4 sch: 4 hrs lecture)
  
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    DET 1213 - Hydraulic Brake Systems

    3 Semester Hours
    Diagnosis and repair of hydraulic brake systems. Includes instruction in hydraulic and mechanical systems, power assist units, and anti-lock braking systems (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 1223 - Electrical/Electronic Systems I

    3 Semester Hours
    Diagnosis, service, and repair of electrical and electronic systems on diesel engines. Includes instruction in general systems diagnosis, starting and charging systems. (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 1263 - Electrical/Electronic Systems II

    3 Semester Hours
    Diagnosis, service, and repair of electrical and electronic systems on diesel engines. Includes instruction on lighting systems, gauges and warning devices, and related electrical systems. (3 sch: 1 hr lecture, 4 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 1364 - Diesel Systems I

    4 Semester Hours
    Diagnosis, service and repair of basic engine operating principles, with an emphasis on cylinder head and valve train engine block. (4 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 4 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 1374 - Diesel Systems II

    4 Semester Hours
    Courses designed to provide skills and knowledge related to the diagnosis, service, and lubrication systems, cooling system, and air induction and exhaust systems. (4 sch; 2 hrs lecture, 4 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 1614 - Preventive Maintenance and Service

    4 Semester Hours
    Practice in the preventive maintenance of diesel powered equipment. Includes instruction in general preventive maintenance of vehicles and equipment. (4 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 4 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 1713 - Power Trains

    3 Semester Hours
    Diagnosis, service, maintenance, and repair of power train units on diesel equipment. Includes instruction on clutch, manual transmissions, drive shafts, and drive axles. (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 1813 - Air Conditioning & Heating Systems

    3 Semester Hours
    Course designed to provide skills and knowledge related to the operation, maintenance, and repair of air conditioning and heating systems used in commercial equipment, includes instruction in theories and operating principles, A/C system diagnosis and repair, clutch and compressor repair, evaporator and condenser repair, and heating system repair.
  
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    DET 2253 - Steering and Suspension Systems

    3 Semester Hours
    Operation, maintenance, and repair of heavy duty steering and suspension systems. Includes instruction in steering column and steering gear, power steering unit, steering linkage, suspension, wheel alignment, and related components diagnosis and repair. (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 2273 - Electrical/Electronic Systems III

    3 Semester Hours
    Diagnosis, service, and repair of electrical and electronic systems on diesel engines. Includes instruction in electronic fuel management systems. (3 sch: 1 hr lecture, 4 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 2374 - Diesel Systems II

    4 Semester Hours
    Diagnosis, service, and repair of lubrication systems, cooling system, and air induction and exhaust systems. (4 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 4 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 2623 - Advanced Brake Systems (Air)

    3 Semester Hours
    Instruction and practice in the maintenance and repair of air brake systems commonly used on commercial diesel powered equipment. Includes instruction in maintenance and repair of the air supply system, mechanical system, anti-lock braking system, and traction control system. (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab)
  
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    DET 2916 - Supervised Work Experience in Diesel Equipment Technology

    6 Semester Hours
    A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education designed to integrate the student’s technical studies with industrial experience. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours.

Drafting, Design and 3D Modeling

  
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    DDT 1113 - Fundamentals of Drafting

    3 Semester Hours
    Fundamentals and principles of drafting to provide the background needed for all other drafting courses.
  
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    DDT 1133 - Machine Drafting I

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: DDT 1113  and 1313 ) Emphasizes methods, techniques, and procedures in presenting screws, bolts, springs, thread types, symbols for welding, materials, finish and heat treatment notation, working order preparation, routing, and other drafting room procedures. One hour lecture and four hours lab.
  
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    DDT 1153 - Descriptive Geometry

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: DDT 1113 ) Theory and problems designed to develop the ability to visualize points, lines, and surfaces of space. Three hours lecture.
  
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    DDT 1163 - Engineering Graphics

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides an introduction to fundamentals and principles of drafting to provide the basic background needed for all other drafting courses Two hours lecture and 2 hours lab.
  
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    DDT 1173 - Mechanical Design I

    3 Semester Hours
    - Students will utilize techniques of modeling to create machine specific drawings. The course emphasizes methods, techniques, and procedures (in presenting screws, bolts, rivets, springs, thread types, symbols for welding, materials, finish and heat treatment notation, working order preparation, routing, and other industry procedures) used in mechanical design. Two hours lecture and two hours lab Two hours lecture and 2 hours lab.
  
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    DDT 1213 - Construction Standards and Materials

    3 Semester Hours
    Physical properties of the materials generally used in the erection of a structure, with a brief description of their manufacture. (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab).
  
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    DDT 1313 - Computer Aided Design I

    3 Semester Hours
    This course will introduce the student to the operating system and how to perform basic drafting on CAD software. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.
  
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    DDT 1323 - Computer Aided Design II

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: DDT 1313 ) This course is designed as a continuation of Principles of CAD. Subject areas will include dimensioning, sectional views, and symbols. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.
  
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    DDT 1413 - Elementary Surveying

    3 Semester Hours
    Basic course dealing with principles of geometry, theory and use of surveying instruments, mathematical calculations, and the control and reduction of errors. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.
  
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    DDT 1613 - Architectural Design I

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: DDT 1313  and DDT 1113 ) This course is a study and development of architectural design principles for a residential structure. (3 sch: 1 hr lecture, 4 hrs lab)
  
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    DDT 2153 - Civil Planning and Design

    3 Semester Hours
    This course deals with the development of civil planning and design processes. Two hours lecture and 2 hours lab.
  
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    DDT 2213 - Structural Detailing I

    3 Semester Hours
    Structural sections, terms and conventional abbreviations, and symbols used by structural fabricators and erectors are studied. Knowledge is gained in the use of A.I.S.C. Handbook. Problems are studied that involve structural designing and drawing of beams, columns, connections, trusses, and bracing. One hour lecture and four hours lab
  
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    DDT 2233 - Structural Drafting

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: DDT 1313  and DDT 1114) Structural sections, terms and conventional abbreviations, and symbols used by structural fabricators and erectors are studied. Knowledge is gained in the use of A.I.S.C. Handbook. Problems are studied that involve structural designing and drawing of beams, columns, connections, trusses, and bracing. One hour lecture and four hours lab
  
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    DDT 2243 - Cost Estimating

    3 Semester Hours
    Preparation of material and labor quantity surveys from actual working drawings and specifications. (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab)
  
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    DDT 2253 - Statics and Strength of Materials

    3 Semester Hours
    Study of forces acting on bodies; movement of forces; stress of materials; basic machine design; beams, columns, and connections. Lecture/lab
  
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    DDT 2263 - Quality Assurance

    3 Semester Hours
    The application of statistics and probability theory in quality assurance programs. Various product sampling plans will be studied as well as the development of product charts for defective units. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    DDT 2343 - Advanced CAD

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: DDT 1323  or consent of instructor) A continuation of Intermediate CAD. Emphasis is placed on the user coordinate system and 3D modeling. One hour lecture and four hours lab
  
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    DDT 2373 - 3D Modeling

    3 Semester Hours
    This course will emphasize the user coordinate system and 3-D modeling. Two hours lecture and 2 hours lab.
  
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    DDT 2423 - Mapping and Topography

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: DDT 1413  and DDT 1323  or by consent of the instructor) Selected drafting techniques are applied to the problem of making maps, traverses, plot plans, plan drawings, and profile drawings using maps, field survey data, aerial photographs and related references and materials including symbols, notations, and other applicable standardized materials. Two hours lecture and two hours lab
  
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    DDT 2433 - Legal Principles of Surveying I

    3 Semester Hours
    The study of location, conveyance, ownership and transfer of real property under the laws of the State of Mississippi. Three hours lecture
  
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    DDT 2623 - Architectural Design II

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: DDT 1613  and DDT 1323  or by consent of the instructor) This course emphasizes standard procedures and working drawings. Details involving architectural, mechanical, electrical, and structural drawings are covered, along with presentation of drawings and computer- aided design assignments. (3 sch: 1 hr lecture, 4 hrs lab)
 

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