Available Courses This Term

414-186 Industrial Electricity

The student will be introduced to topics such as the atomic nature of electricity, stressing electrical units, basic definitions and symbols, series and parallel circuits, magnetism, inductance, capacitance, generators, and basic alternating current circuits.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 414-186-001

CRN: 10215
Tuition/fee: $305.50
Seats Open: 20
Instructor: Fennimore, John P
Dates: 08/27/18-12/17/18
Days: Monday
Times: 07:00am-10:50am
Room: I219

Offering number: 414-186-002

CRN: 10216
Tuition/fee: $305.50
Seats Open: 20
Instructor: Hoerig, Andrew S
Dates: 08/24/18-12/14/18
Days: Friday
Times: 05:30pm-09:20pm
Room: I215

Offering number: 414-186-003

CRN: 10217
Tuition/fee: $305.50
Seats Open: 20
Instructor: Solberg, Jason L
Dates: 08/23/18-12/13/18
Days: Thursday
Times: 06:00pm-09:50pm
Room: I106

Offering number: 414-186-004

CRN: 10218
Tuition/fee: $305.50
Seats Open: 20
Instructor: Solberg, Jason L
Dates: 08/23/18-12/13/18
Days: Thursday
Times: 08:00am-11:50am
Room: I102

Offering number: 414-186-006

CRN: 11015
Tuition/fee: $305.50
Seats Open: 20
Instructor: Fennimore, John P
Program Restriction
Dates: 08/22/18-10/12/18
Days: Wednesday Friday
Times: 07:30am-11:20am
Room: I112

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414-389 Industrial Electricity II

Explore the selection, application, troubleshooting, and maintenance of electrical control devices and circuitry. Focus on line/ladder logic diagrams, motor starters, time delay logic, AC power systems, control devices, reduced voltage starter circuits, accelerating and decelerating circuits, and reversing circuits for single, three-phase, and DC motors.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 414-389-001

CRN: 11281
Tuition/fee: $305.50
Seats Open: 20
Instructor: Fennimore, John P
Program Restriction
Dates: 10/17/18-12/14/18
Days: Wednesday Friday
Times: 07:30am-11:20am
Room: I112

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419-340 Facility Fluid Power

Start by gaining knowledge of the physics behind fluid power systems, machinery and the transmission of hydraulic power. The mechanical components that comprise fluid power systems are studied in depth along with their maintenance. The course makes extensive use of hydraulic trainers in order to give "hands on" experience. The ultimate goal is to develop effective troubleshooting techniques. Safety is a major concern in performing work on hydraulic equipment and systems and this will be covered throughout the course in all its aspects.

Course Credits

1

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 419-340-001

CRN: 10220
Tuition/fee: $146.75
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Fennimore, John P
Program Restriction
Dates: 08/28/18-12/18/18
Days: Tuesday
Times: 12:00pm-01:50pm
Room: I106

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443-310 Facilities Maintenance I

Prepare to be a multi-level service technician within the facilities maintenance technology field by developing skills in using mathematics and taking measurements, working with metals, using hand and portable power tools, and reading blueprints, schematics, and symbols.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 443-310-001

CRN: 10324
Tuition/fee: $312.50
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Fennimore, John P
Program Restriction
Dates: 08/23/18-12/13/18
Days: Thursday
Times: 07:30am-09:20am
Room: I138

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Dates: 08/28/18-12/18/18
Days: Tuesday
Times: 07:30am-09:20am
Room: G201

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443-340 Mechanical Maintenance Apps

Explore the applications of mechanical maintenance by examining topics such as mechanical drives, installing and replacing bearings and shaft seals, pump installation, pipefitting, tubing and hose systems, and valve maintenance and installation.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 443-340-001

CRN: 10325
Tuition/fee: $312.50
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Fennimore, John P
Program Restriction
Dates: 08/22/18-12/12/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 12:00pm-03:50pm
Room: G201

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443-350 Facility Plumbing Maintenance

Learn about residential and commercial plumbing systems. Plumbing blueprint reading will be covered along with the drawing of piping systems. Additionally, there is a strong emphasis on commercial plumbing equipment that is encountered in the field of facility maintenance. Learn about plumbing fixtures, and piping maintenance and installation techniques for a variety of pipe types. The course goal is to develop students who are capable of replacing existing plumbing pipes, plumbing fixtures and maintain the different types of plumbing systems. Safety is a great concern in plumbing work and students will learn how to protect themselves from pathogens encountered and safe plumbing tool use techniques.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 443-350-001

CRN: 10326
Tuition/fee: $312.50
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Fennimore, John P
Program Restriction
Dates: 08/23/18-12/13/18
Days: Thursday
Times: 12:00pm-03:50pm
Room: G201

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475-312 Construction Computer Skills

Study the basic competencies of computers and their application in the construction industry. Learn about basic computer use, software programs used in the industry, hardware, word processing, and basic spreadsheet use.

Course Credits

1

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 475-312-001

CRN: 10362
Tuition/fee: $159.75
Seats Open: 20
Instructor: Fennimore, John P
Program Restriction
Dates: 08/27/18-12/17/18
Days: Monday
Times: 01:00pm-02:50pm
Room: I215

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801-311 Communication in the Workplace

Expand level of awareness and skill in interpersonal communications, both oral and written, while focusing on securing and maintaining a job. Develop competencies in the area of listening, sending, and employability skills.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 801-311-001

CRN: 10667
Tuition/fee: $289.00
Seats Open: 22
Instructor: Jordan, Karen L
Dates: 08/23/18-12/13/18
Days: Thursday
Times: 02:00pm-04:50pm
Room: E104

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804-304 Industrial Math I

Explore the topics of applied arithmetic and algebra. Study concepts related to measurement, fractions, decimals, percents, ratio and proportion, signed numbers, formula substitution, solutions to equations, tapers and gears. Calculate the areas and volumes of common geometric shapes.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 804-304-001

CRN: 10728
Tuition/fee: $289.00
Seats Open: 24
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 08/23/18-12/18/18
Days: Tuesday Thursday
Times: 09:30am-10:50am
Room: E216

Offering number: 804-304-002

CRN: 10729
Tuition/fee: $289.00
Seats Open: 24
Instructor: Lichter, Lawrence W
Dates: 08/28/18-12/18/18
Days: Tuesday
Times: 06:00pm-08:50pm
Room: E216

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