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OSHA Credential - INDT 1220 OSHA Safety with CPT 4.0 2 cr.

This safety course is designed to equip students with knowledge of workplace safety and health hazards, and the knowledge of how to minimize and mitigate such risks. At the successful completion of the course, students will have earned the OSHA-10 General Industry Safety Certification as well as the first certificate in the Certified Production Technician 4.0 Certification. Students will perform a final assessment to earn the CPT 4.0 Safety certificate.

Rockwell PLC Credential - ELET 2410 Programmable Logic Controllers 3 cr.

Basic operations, history, numbering systems, system hardware and software, ladder logic programming, math functions, sequencers, comparisons, block transfers, program control instructions, fault handling, and PLC networking.

SolidWorks Credential - DRFT 2530 Engineering Design 3 cr.

In depth studies in engineering applications and drawing practices of geometric tolerancing, threads and fasteners, gears, electrical and welding symbology, wiring and PNID diagrams. Students apply designs through parametric design software to show the results professionally with computer models and working drawings. May be offered in a blended classroom/online format.

FANUC Handling Tools Credential - AMIT 1500 FANUC Handling Tool 3 cr.

Study of automated manufacturing and the implementation of material handling robots. Topics covered will include material handling robot applications, HandlingTool operation and programming, robotics safety guidelines, and troubleshooting systems.

FANUC iRVision Credential - AMIT 2500 FANUC IR Vision 3 cr.

This course covers the basic tasks and procedures required for an operator, technician, engineer or programmer to set up, teach, test, and modify iRVision applications. Upon successful completion of this course, the student can identify the components of a vision system, install vision hardware, develop an application, program the robot, perform error recovery procedures and follow recommended safety practices.

A2-Automatic Transmission Credential - AUTO 2100 Automatic Drive Trains 3 cr.

Covers design, construction, and operating principles of the major types of transmissions used today. Includes actual disassembling, maintenance and servicing techniques of automatic transmissions, final drives and electronics. Lab work includes disassembly and reassembly of working units.

A3-Manual Transmission Credential - AUTO 1150 Manual Drive Trains 3 cr.

The design, construction, and operating principles of the major types of transmissions used today are covered. Actual disassembling, maintenance, and servicing techniques of driveline units such as clutch and differentials are covered. Laboratory work will include disassembly and reassembly of working units.

A4-Steering & Suspension Credential - AUTO 1140 Automotive Chassis 3 cr.

Study of steering alignment angles and suspension fundamentals. Laboratory work consists of late model alignments, suspension service, and wheel balancing. Active suspension systems will be introduced. The course may be offered in a blended format in the evening or summer semester.

A5-Brakes Credentials - AUTO 1120 Automotive Brakes 3 cr.

A study of hydraulic braking operations, and chassis parts and functions. Laboratory work will consist of brake lathe operation, tire balancing and brake repair. Anti-lock brake concepts are introduced. The course may be offered in a blended format in the evening or summer semester.

A6-Electrical and Electronics Credential - AUTO 1110 Electrical Circuitry 3 cr.

Basic electrical theory with emphasis on operating characteristics of DC series and parallel circuits. Emphasis on the relationship of resistance, voltage, and amperage in an electrical circuit. Circuits will be analyzed using Ohm’s Law and verified using electrical meters.

A7-HVAC Credential - AUTO 2150 Principles of Air Conditioning 3 cr.

Covers the principles of automotive HVAC systems, plus the operation and diagnosis of the C.C.O.T. (Cycling clutch orifice tube) and V-5 air conditioning systems. Includes purging, charging, reclaiming, leak detection and performance testing. Student will study environmental impact of fluorocarbons.

A8-Engine Performance Credential - AUTO 2110 Computerized Engine Controls 3 cr.

Covers the operation and control functions of the automotive computer; use of tools and procedures necessary in testing and repair of the various components of these systems. Emphasis on fundamentals of electricity (circuitry, amperage, voltage and resistance) and basics of solid state electronics and their use in the automobile. Review ignition, fuel and emission systems of modern automobiles and their relationship with computerized engine controls.

A9-Light Diesel Engine Credential - TRCK 1140 Diesel Engine Design & Service 3 cr.

Introduction to basic diesel engine designs, terminology, subsystems, components, and theory of operation. Labs: will emphasize proper use of tools, application of appropriate safety and environmental procedures, and the development of professional work standards in a group shop environment. Engines will be disassembled, cleaned, inspected for reusability of parts, reassembled, and test ran.

T2-Diesel Engines Credential - TRCK 2100 Diesel Engine Tune Up & Maintenance 3 cr.

Examines the history of the diesel engine; the role of the trucking industry and the professional technician; the terms, formulae and presentation methods of engine performance data; diesel fuel and its alternatives. Labs will emphasize tune-up procedures and troubleshooting methodologies, engine brake theory and adjustment, engine performance and testing procedures.

T3-Drive Train Credential - TRCK 2120 Diesel Truck Drive Trains 3 cr.

Students will remove, disassemble, reassemble, install and test the operation of class 6/8 heavy truck drive train components. Includes five to fifteen speed transmissions; single reduction, double reduction, and internal differential assemblies; automatic transmissions; and related components. Lab work includes disassembly and reassembly procedures, troubleshooting, and component failure analysis.

T4-Brakes Credential - TRCK 1120 Medium and Heavy Brakes 3 cr.

Students will be introduced to basic brake systems, terminology, components, and theory of operation. Medium and heavy air and hydraulic brakes systems are covered including: service and emergency systems, disc, wedge and cam foundation brakes. Major antilock braking systems are discussed including service and diagnostics procedures. Basic industrial hydraulics systems for mobile applications are covered including: principles of operation, parts identification, and preventative maintenance.

T5-Steering and Suspension Credential - TRCK 1130 Medium and Heavy Truck Chassis 3 cr.

This course of training consists of the theory, service, and repair of on-road medium and heavy truck and trailer chassis. Steering, suspension, and tire/wheel configurations are covered as are the associated geometry and alignment for both truck and trailers. Theory and operation of fifth wheels and coupling system are discussed including service and repair.

T6-Electric Credential - AUTO 1130 Electrical Components 3 cr.

Study of the theory of electricity and electronics as applied in modern automotive & diesel systems. Principles of operation, testing, and repairing all major parts in these systems including the battery, starting, charging, and ignition systems. The use of tools and procedures necessary to test and repair wiring.

T7-HVAC Credential - TRCK 2150 ASE Technician Preparation 3 cr.

This course is intended for automotive or diesel truck systems majors who are preparing to take one or more ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) examinations. Combined refresher materials with an abundance of sample test questions that relate to each competency required for certification by ASE. Labs with hands on operations and the appropriate ASE task check off sheets will be used to put together a portfolio.

T8-Preventive Maintenance Credential - TRCK 1100 Introduction to Truck Systems 3 cr.

Perform minor maintenance and service, such as lubrication, replacing simple components and correcting defects on heavy and medium duty trucks. Includes the study of brakes, clutch, and electrical systems. Hands on training with an emphasis on shop and trade safety procedures.

TestOut Security Pro & CompTIA Security+ Credential - CYBS 1010 Introduction to Cyber Security 3 cr.

In this course, students will become familiar with cyber security’s core concepts, its terminology, its technologies, along with its skills. The Introduction to Cyber Security course is the beginning guide for anyone interested in information technology and cyber security. Major security topics such as vulnerability assessment, virus attacks, hacking, spyware, network-defense, passwords, firewalls, VPNs and intrusion detection are covered. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the CompTIA Security+ and TestOut Security Pro certifications.

TestOut IT Fundamentals Pro & CompTIA ITF+ Credential - CYBS 1020 Operating Systems and Computing Fundamentals 3 cr.

This course is designed as an introduction to operating systems. It is intended for students with a basic background in computer systems. The first portion of the course presents the basic concepts of operating systems, which are platform independent. The second portion of the course covers specific issues with operating systems in widespread use today. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the Microsoft MOS and TestOut Office Pro certifications.

TestOut Security Pro & CompTIA Security+ Credential - CYBS 1030 Fundamentals of Hacking and IT Psychology 3 cr.

This course offers an in-depth analysis of the various methods for attacking and defending an organization’s network. Explores network security concepts from the viewpoint hackers and their attack methodologies. Includes topics about hackers, attacks, Blue Team vs. Red Team, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) malicious code, computer crime, and industrial intelligence. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the CompTIA Security+ and TestOut Security Pro certifications.

TestOut PC Pro & & CompTIA A+ Credential - CYBS 1210 A+ Hardware and Software 3 cr.

The primary focus of this course will be on mastering skills related to hardware parts and functions of peripherals of a personal computer. Processors, motherboards, buses, ports, cables, expansion cards, hard drives, printers, displays, and other hardware functionalities and topics will be covered. The importance of communication skills, safety, and professionalism is also stressed. The course will help the student to prepare for the CompTIA A+ and TestOut PC Pro certifications.

TestOut Linux Pro & CompTIA Linux+ Credential - CYBS 1220 Unix/Linux 3 cr.

This course teaches students common tasks a user or system administrator of Unix or Linux has to perform, such as installation and configuration of the operating system. Students will learn command line interface commands and syntax in order to accomplish most of these goals. Students will learn how to use text editors such as vi and gedit as powerful configuration tools. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the CompTIA Security+ and TestOut Security Pro certifications.

TestOut Network Pro & CompTIA Network+ Credential - CYBS 1230 Network+ 3 cr.

This course focuses on the interface of hardware components with PC networks and network operating systems. Detailed specifications are examines. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the CompTIA Network+ and TestOut Network Pro certifications.

TestOut Ethical Hacker Pro & EC-Council's Ethical Certified Hacker Credential - CYBS 1240 Ethical Protocols of Cyber Security 3 cr.

In this course, students will be introduced to the basic ethical protocols of cyber security, giving students an understanding of the threats and vulnerabilities of a cyber-landscape, along with other topics relating to the information technology cyber security fields. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the CompTIA Security+ and TestOut Security Pro certifications.

TestOut CyberDefense Pro & CompTIA CySa+ Credential - CYBS 2100 Tactical Perimeter Defense in Cyber Security 3 cr.

This course provides an examination of how software and hardware can be implemented in information technology practices to provide a perimeter defense in protecting resources, and how security is addressed in both wireless and wired networks. In the duration of this course, topics will include the use of tools such as wireless access points, proxy servers, VPN’s, auditing, intrusion detection systems and firewalls. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the CompTIA Security+ and TestOut Security Pro certifications.

Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) Credential - ELEC 1950 Cisco Semester I – Introduction to Networks 3 cr.

This course uses the OSI and TCP layered models of computer networks to examine the nature and roles of protocols and services at various layers. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are introduced. Labs will allow students to analyze protocols and network operations, build small networks, apply basic cabling principles, and perform basic configurations of network devices such as routers, switches, and implementation of IP addressing schemes.

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Credential - ELEC 2050 Cisco Semester II - Routing and Switching Essentials 3 cr.

This course covers the architectures, components, and operations of routers and switches in a small network. Students learn how to configure routers and switches for functionality and security. Students will learn to configure and troubleshoot common issues with RIPv2, single-area OSPF, virtual LANs and inter-VLAN routing in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Additional topics include configuration of ACLs, DHCP, NAT, SSH and Switch Security.

TestOut Desktop Pro & Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Credential - DTCS 1020 Desktop Applications 3 cr.

This course is designed as an introduction to Windows Applications. It is intended for students with a basic background in the Windows Operating systems. The first portion of the course presents the basic concepts of the operating systems applications. The second portion of the course covers specific issues with operating systems in widespread use today. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the Microsoft MOS and TestOut Desktop Pro Plus certifications.

TestOut Client Pro & Microsoft Desktop Administrator Associate Credential - DTCS 2010 Microsoft Organizational Implementations 3 cr.

This course is designed as an introduction to operating systems and its organizational implementations. It is intended for students with a basic background with the Windows Operating Systems. The first portion of the course presents the basic concepts of the operating systems of Windows. The second portion of the course covers specific issues with layout, design, organization, and implementations of the operating systems of Windows. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the Microsoft MOS and TestOut Client Pro certifications.

Testout Server Pro & Microsoft Certified Systems Associate (MCSA) Credential - TCS 2610 Microsoft Domain Controllers 3 cr.

This course focuses on the installation, configuration, and utilization of interface of Microsoft Windows Servers and Domain Controllers. The course will provide the instruction to build, configure, and manage a Windows Domain Controller. Furthermore, this course helps prepare students for the Microsoft Server and TestOut Server Pro certifications.

Certified Production Technician Credential - INDT 1220 OSHA Safety with CPT 4.0 2 cr.

This safety course is designed to equip students with knowledge of workplace safety and health hazards, and the knowledge of how to minimize and mitigate such risks. At the successful completion of the course, students will have earned the OSHA-10 General Industry Safety Certification as well as the first certificate in the Certified Production Technician 4.0 Certification. Students will perform a final assessment to earn the CPT 4.0 Safety certificate.

Microsoft Office Specialist: Excel Associate  Credential - BUSM 2220 Business Excel 3 cr.

This course prepares learners for use and mastery of the Microsoft Excel Software. The learner will focus on data entry and storage, collection and verification of business data, advanced formulas, pivot tables, accounting and budgeting, visualizations, and forecasting. Successful completion of this course will prepare learners for the Microsoft Office Specialist-Excel Certification.

NCSA Certified Customer Service  Credential - BUSM 2130 Customer Service and Sales 3 cr.

This course prepares learners for a role as a customer service and sales professional in a variety of settings. Upon completion, students will be able to take the National Retail Federation RISE UP Certification exam. This course also includes best practices for building resumes and navigating job searches.

NIMS 200 / NIMS 800 Credential - CRJU 1510 Corrections in the Criminal Justice System 3 cr.

Comprehensive overview of corrections practice and theory to include organization and administration of correctional institutions. Examines history and development of corrections, the interrelationship of corrections and the criminal justice system, elements of correctional process, correctional clients, non-institutional corrections system, and alternatives to incarceration. Emphasis is placed on the role of the correctional officer and on the operation and analysis of current methods of correctional treatment within institutions. Students learn to apply corrections principles and develop interpersonal communication and decision making skills for direct intervention with correctional clients.

NIMS 100 / NIMS 700 Credential - CRJU 1110 Criminal Evidence and Procedures 3 cr.

A thorough study of the constitutional basis for procedural law. Emphasis will be placed on the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 14th Amendments of the U.S. Constitution. Cases chosen for review will involve significant precedent or will involve current legal decisions affecting the role and performance of our criminal justice professions. Study of the evidence rules with specific emphasis on their application in preparing and presenting evidence. Course will briefly discuss burden of proof, general admissibility tests, witness testimony, and documentary and real evidence.

American Heart Association: Healthcare Provider CPR/First Aid/Stop the Bleed Credential - HLTH 1120 First Aid and Personal Safety 2 cr.

Lectures, discussion, and practice are used to study safety and give first aid in emergency situations. A certificate (adult, infant, and child) for CPR may be obtained by students who pass appropriate examinations.

Microsoft Office Specialist: Word Associate  Credential - BUSM 1600 PC Applications 3 cr.

The primary focus is on the application of personal computers using software popular in the business community. Students will use current operating systems, web browsers, word processing, spreadsheet databases, and presentation software. Concepts will be reinforced by a variety of hands-on assignments.

Upon successful completion of the first three semesters of the Medical Billing & Coding program students are eligible to sit for the following external certification exams: HFMA CRCR, AHIMA’s CCA, CCS, CCS-P coding credential, AAPC’s CPC and CPB credential, and the AMB CMRS credential.