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SLCC Catalog

   
2017-2018 SLCC General Catalog
Salt Lake Community College
   
 
  Dec 18, 2017
 
2017-2018 SLCC General Catalog 
  
2017-2018 SLCC General Catalog

Course Descriptions

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Course Numbering Information:
Courses at SLCC are identified by an alphabetic prefix (two to four letters) followed by a four-digit number. Numbers beginning with a “1” generally indicate a course designed primarily for freshmen (such as ENGL 1010 ); numbers beginning with a “2” generally indicate courses designed primarily for sophomores (such as MATH 2010 ); numbers beginning with a “0” generally indicate preparatory courses that are non-transferable (such as WRTG 0990 ).

 

Accounting

  
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    ACCT 1110 - Financial Accounting I

    Credits: 3
    An introduction to the concepts and methods underlying the preparation of financial statements using generally accepted accounting principles. Topics covered include the accounting cycle, cash and inventories.

    Semester: All


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    ACCT 1120 - Financial Accounting II

    Credits: 3
    Financial Accounting II is a study of: plant assets, long-term liabilities, partnerships, corporations, investments, statement of cash flows and financial analysis.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 1110  w/C- grade of higher
    Semester: All


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    ACCT 1290 - Accounting Information Systems

    Credits: 3
    An applications approach to classifying, recording, summarizing, & reporting transactions encountered in a typical business. Payroll & payroll tax reporting will also be emphasized using both manual & computerized systems.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 1110  or ACCT 2010  
    Semester: All


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    ACCT 2000 - Accounting CO-OP Education

    Credits: 1 - 3
    Offers supervised work experience in an industrial or governmental environment related to accounting. Credit is awarded for successful completion of specific learning objectives that provide new learning related to accounting.

    Prerequisite: Complete 2 semesters in the Accounting program


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    ACCT 2010 - Survey of Financial Accounting

    Credits: 3
    A broad view of accounting’s role in providing information to external users of financial information. This primary focus is the use of financial statements by investors, creditors, and other entities outside of the organization.

    Semester: All


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    ACCT 2015 - Survey Fin Acctg Workshop

    Credits: 1
    An optional supplement to ACCT 2010. It will review topics covered in ACCT 2010 with a primary focus on the use of financial statements by investors, creditors, and other entities outside of the organization.

    Corequisite: ACCT 2010  
    Semester: Fall & Spring


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    ACCT 2020 - Managerial Accounting

    Credits: 3
    Management accounging is the study of developing and using accounting information essential for management decisions. Topics covered are job costing, activity based costing, inventory management, cost-volume-profit relationships, operating budgets, relevant costs for non-routine decisions, and capital investment decisions.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 1110  or ACCT 2010  
    Recommended Prerequisite: CSIS 2010  
    Semester: All


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    ACCT 2040 - Financial Management

    Credits: 3
    This course studies concepts essential to business success. Planning and analysis, leverage, asset management, stock valuation, and debt financing are all examined. Problem-solving with financial calculators and computer applications is taught.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 2020  
    Semester: Fall


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    ACCT 2050 - Governmental Accounting

    Credits: 3
    Covers the essentials of fund accounting, the structure used by governments. Governmental fund types, proprietary fund types, and fiduciary fund types and preparation of financial statements are covered, also not-for-profit Accounting.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 1110  or ACCT 2010  
    Semester: Fall


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    ACCT 2220 - Financial Statement Analysis

    Credits: 3
    Analyze, conclude, and make recommendations for improvement regarding a company’s profitability; risk, including both short-term liquidity and long-term solvency; efficiency; and stockholder relations using financial statement analysis techniques.  Financial statement analysis techniques include horizontal analysis, vertical analysis, ratio analysis, etc.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 1120  or ACCT 2010  
    Semester: Spring


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    ACCT 2310 - Intermediate Accounting I

    Credits: 4
    Provides an in-depth study of financial theory and practice. Topics include the accounting cycle, financial statement preparation, revenue recognition and income determination, current assets, current liabilities and time value of money.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 1120  w/C- grade or higher or ACCT 2010  w/instructor approval
    Semester: Fall & Spring


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    ACCT 2410 - Intermediate Accounting II

    Credits: 4
    A continuation of ACCT 2310 . Topics include property, plant and equipment, other long-term assets, investments, debt securities, leases, deferred taxes, stockholders equity, and financial statement analysis.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 2310  w/C- grade or higher and ACCT 1120  w/C-grade or higher
    Semester: Fall & Spring


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    ACCT 2520 - Federal Income Tax

    Credits: 3
    Introduction to federal and state income taxation for individuals, corporations and partnerships. The student will become familiar with current income tax laws and preparation of returns for the majority of taxpayers.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 1120  or ACCT 2010  
    Semester: Fall & Spring


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    ACCT 2540 - Accounting in Practice

    Credits: 3
    Introduces the theoretical and practical applications of preparing accurate and complete accounting records and reports. Principles of internal control and generally accepted accounting principles will be emphasized by participation in relevant case studies.

    Prerequisite: ACCT 1290  and ACCT 2410  (may be taken concurrently)
    Semester: Spring


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    ACCT 2600 - Survey of Accounting I

    Credits: 3
    An introduction to foundational financial and managerial accounting topics, including the following: Recording Transactions, Accrual Accounting, Financial Statements, Internal Controls, Fixed Assets, Inventory, Receivables, Job Costing, Cost Behavior, and CVP Analysis.

    Recommended Prerequisite: CSIS 2010  
    Semester: All


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    ACCT 2950 - Business Leaders Forum

    Credits: 1
    The Business Leaders Forum presents an interactive forum where students will be introduced to community business leaders and entrepreneurs. Industry leaders can include Directors, CEO, Controller, HR Managers etc. Each week new Business Leaders will share their experience and expertise in a lecture style forum. Topics studied will vary from semester to semester.


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    ACCT 2990 - Current Topics in Accounting

    Credits: 1-3
    Presents a forum where students will be introduced to topics of current interest and demand in the field of accounting. Topics studied will vary from semester to semester. Special project is required.

    Prerequisite: Variable to topic or project, contact department


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Accounting Clerk (SAT)

  
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    KACK 0110 - Beginning Keyboarding

    Contact Hours: 12
    This course teaches the efficient operation of the keyboard, including the touch method of operation (without looking at the keyboard), correct techniques, and correct fingering.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACK 0130 - Ten-Key

    Contact Hours: 40
    Students learn basic ten-key calculator concepts and applications using the touch method, with emphasis on attaining speed, accuracy, and skills necessary to qualify for an entry-level job.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACK 0140 - Computer Concepts/Windows

    Contact Hours: 45
    Students learn basic Windows skills: working with WordPad and Paint programs, managing files using My Computer/Windows Explorer, customizing the Windows environment, and using various search engines to become familiar with the Internet.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACK 0150 - Customer Service/Life Skills

    Contact Hours: 60
    The class covers professionalism as it pertains to attitude, ethics, communications, appearance, verbal presentation, conflict mgt. /resolution, problem-solving, team skills, telephone etiquette, notetaking, closing sales and life skills.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACK 0160 - Keyboard Skill Building

    Contact Hours: 113
    This course reinforces the touch method of keyboarding, with emphasis on attaining the speed, accuracy, and knowledge necessary for an entry-level job.

    Prerequisite: KACK 0110 
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACK 0170 - Word Processing (MS Word Core)

    Contact Hours: 35
    Students learn basic word-processing skills, such as creating, opening, closing, editing, saving, and managing files; line and page formatting; using the speller and thesaurus; also formatting letters, memos, and tables.

    Prerequisite: KACK 0110  and KACK 0140 
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACK 0180 - Business Communications

    Contact Hours: 60
    Students learn principles of English grammar; spelling; paragraph, essay, letter, and memo writing; proofreading; and dictionary and reference manual usage.


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    KACK 0190 - Presentations(PowerPoint Core)

    Contact Hours: 30
    Students learn and demonstrate MS PowerPoint presentation software including creating, modifying, enhancing, and formatting slides and using embedding techniques.

    Prerequisite: KACK 0140 


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    KACK 0200 - Spreadsheets (Excel Core)

    Contact Hours: 35
    Hands-on simulations assist students in acquiring basic skills, which include building, editing, and formatting worksheets and charts, and working with formulas and functions.

    Prerequisite: KACK 0140 


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    KACK 0210 - Spreadsheets (MS Excel Expert)

    Contact Hours: 35
    Hands-on simulations assist students in acquiring skills in importing and exporting data, using templates, formatting numbers, using named ranges, toolbars, macros, and analysis tools; auditing worksheets; collaborating with workgroups.

    Prerequisite: KACK 0200 
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACK 0220 - Accounting (Mod 1 & 2)

    Contact Hours: 120
    Students learn the skills required to record entries on balance sheets, in general journals and ledgers, as well as on worksheets and financial statements.

    Prerequisite: KACK 0130 
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACK 0230 - Accounting Office Procedures

    Contact Hours: 15
    Students learn business alphabetic filing skills and other basic accounting office procedures. information, team skills, reprographic resources, and office mechanics, using Power Point office software.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACK 0240 - Computer-Assisted Accounting

    Contact Hours: 35
    Using a hands-on approach, students learn computerized accounting. They enter realistic accounting transactions for various business applications and generate financial statements and other management information reports.

    Prerequisite: KACK 0140 


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    KACK 0250 - Quick Books

    Contact Hours: 65
    Students will learn to use the QuickBooks software to its full potential. Practical examples and exercises will show how to utilize functions that will allow you to record all regular and special transactions and produce reports.

    Prerequisite: KACK 0140 
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACT 0110 - Spreadsheets 1

    Contact Hours: 35
    Introduces spreadsheet functions and applications. Students will learn how to design, create, manipulate, calculate, and present data. Students will utilize critical thinking skills and apply spreadsheet techniques in developing information for business applications.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACT 0115 - Basic Spreadsheets

    Contact Hours: 40
    Students learn basic spreadsheet skills including creating, editing, saving and printing worksheets and workbooks; manipulating and formatting worksheets; creating and using formulas and functions; creating, editing, and formatting charts; creating and manipulating tables and using What-If analysis tools.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACT 0118 - Advanced Spreadsheets

    Contact Hours: 40
    Students learn advanced spreadsheet skills including auditing and validating workbooks; inserting graphics and hyperlinks; consolidating data and linking workbooks; sorting and filtering; work with external data sources; data tables; PivotTables; macros; templates; sharing workbooks.

    Prerequisite: KACT 0115  


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    KACT 0120 - Spreadsheets 2

    Contact Hours: 35
    This is a continuation of Spreadsheets I and is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge of formatting techniques, spreadsheet functions, analysis tools, and management techniques.

    Prerequisite: KACT 0110 
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACT 0125 - Comprehensive Spreadsheets

    Contact Hours: 80
    Students learn basic to advanced spreadsheet skills including creating and using worksheets and workbooks; formatting; formulas and functions; charts; table analysis tools; audit and validate workbooks; inserting graphics and hyperlinks; consolidating data and linking workbooks; sorting and filtering; work with external data sources; data tables; PivotTables; macros; templates; sharing workbooks. Comprehension levels: Math 8th grade, Reading 10th grade, Vocabulary 10th grade

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACT 0130 - Accounting 1

    Contact Hours: 30
    Records Management This course emphasizes the accounting requirements for sole proprietorship and service businesses in manual systems. The accounting cycle is covered, from the original business transaction to posting transactions, to the General Ledger, including the preparation and interpretation of financial statements.

    Prerequisite: KACT 0170 


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    KACT 0135 - Accounting

    Contact Hours: 140
    This course takes students from an introduction to the accounting cycle, the double entry framework and the basic concepts in accounting all the way to the generation of financial statements and the year end accounting procedures for service and merchandising businesses. It emphasizes in the use of manual systems.


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    KACT 0136 - Accounting 1

    Contact Hours: 90
    This course takes students from an introduction to the accounting cycle, the double entry framework and the basic concepts in accounting all the way to the generation of financial statements and the yearend accounting procedures for service and merchandising businesses. It emphasizes in the use of manual systems.


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    KACT 0140 - Accounting 2

    Contact Hours: 30
    This course emphasizes the accounting requirements for service businesses using manual systems. This part of the accounting course emphasizes adjustments, worksheets, and methods to find errors. It also explains cash, modified cash, and accrual methods of accounting.

    Prerequisite: KACT 0170  and KACT 0130 


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    KACT 0146 - Accounting 2

    Contact Hours: 90
    This course covers accounting for plant assets, natural resources, intangibles, partnerships, corporations, long-term liabilities, investments, cash flows, and financial statement analysis.

    Prerequisite: KACT 0136  


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    KACT 0150 - Accounting 3

    Contact Hours: 30
    Accounting 2 Emphasizes how to calculate employee earnings and deductions, payroll records, taxes, merchandise sales transactions, sales accounts, accounts receivable ledger, merchandise purchases, accounts payable ledger and how to prepare a schedule of accounts payable.

    Prerequisite: KACT 0140 


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    KACT 0160 - Accounting 4

    Contact Hours: 30
    Accounting 3 This course emphasizes accounting requirements for service businesses using manual systems, and the use of special journals, inventory accounting and adjustments, year end accounting, and financial statements.

    Prerequisite: KACT 0150 


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    KACT 0180 - QuickBooks 1

    Contact Hours: 40
    The student will learn to navigate and utilize the QuickBooks Home Page, open and backup company files, display and edit the chart of accounts, and utilize the Banking, Customer, Vendor, and Items and Services sections.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACT 0185 - Basic QuickBooks

    Contact Hours: 40
    This course teaches students on how to utilize QuickBooks to create companies, record transactions and adjust and correct entries.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACT 0188 - Advanced QuickBooks

    Contact Hours: 40
    Students learn how to utilize QuickBooks Software to apply the basic accounting cycle to create companies, back up files, work with vendors, work with customers, banking, classes, physical inventory, payroll, estimates and time tracking, balance sheet accounts, budgets, closing the books, adjusting and correcting entries, generate reports and close the books.

    Prerequisite: KACT 0185  


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    KACT 0189 - Quickbooks

    Contact Hours: 80
    Students learn how to utilize QuickBooks Software to apply the basic accounting cycle to create companies, back up files, work with vendors, work with customers, banking, classes, physical inventory, payroll, estimates and time tracking, balance sheet accounts, budgets, closing the books, adjusting and correcting entries, generate reports and close the books.


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    KACT 0190 - QuickBooks 2

    Contact Hours: 40
    QuickBooks 1 The student will learn to utilize the Employees section of QuickBooks, enter and adjust journal entries, utilize the Report Center to print reports and financial statements, and use the EasyStep Interview to set up a new company.

    Prerequisite: KACT 0180 
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACT 0195 - Comprehensive QuickBooks

    Contact Hours: 80
    This course teaches students on how to utilize QuickBooks to create companies, record transactions and adjust and correct entries.

    Additional Course Fee Required


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    KACT 0310 - Computerized Accounting

    Contact Hours: 70
    Students perform accounting functions including, setting up a company, accounting for daily transactions, managing inventory, processing payroll, working with bank accounts and preparing financial statements.


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    KACT 0320 - Financial Records

    Contact Hours: 90
    Keeping accurate financial records is a vital part of every office. This course focuses on the basic skills, knowledge and procedures needed by entry-level office employees.


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    KACT 0330 - Accounting I

    Contact Hours: 60
    Learn the fundamentals of a double-entry accounting system through hands-on experience working through the accounting cycle of a service business from source documents to financial statements.


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    KACT 0340 - Accounting II

    Contact Hours: 60
    Learn to maintain payroll records and the additional accounting records for a merchandising business. Learn how to prepare financial statements as well as prepare and maintain payroll records.


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Aerospace (Air Force ROTC)

  
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    AERO 1010 - Foundations of USAF I

    Credits: 1
    This course focuses on development, organization and doctrine of the United States Air Force, emphasizing strategic force requirements.

    Corequisite: AERO 1110  


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    AERO 1011 - Foundations of USAF II

    Credits: 1
    This class analyzes the development and organization of the United States Air Force, defensive forces, general purpose forces and tactical air forces.

    Corequisite: AERO 1111  


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    AERO 1110 - General Mil Leadership Lab I

    Credits: 1
    This course studies and reviews Air Force standards, customs and courtesies. Students are also introduced to drill and ceremonies in today’s Air Force.

    Corequisite: AERO 1010  


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    AERO 1111 - Gen. Mil. Ldrshp Lab II

    Credits: 1
    This course studies and reviews Air Force standards, customs and courtesies. Students are also introduced to drill and ceremonies in today’s Air Force.

    Corequisite: AERO 1011  


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    AERO 2010 - Air Power History I

    Credits: 1
    This course traces the development of various concepts of air power employment, emphasizing factors that have prompted research and technological change.

    Corequisite: AERO 2110  


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    AERO 2011 - Air Power History II

    Credits: 1
    This course further traces the development of various concepts of air power employment, emphasizing factors that have prompted research and technological change.

    Corequisite: AERO 2111  


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    AERO 2110 - General Mil. Ldrshp Lab III

    Credits: 1
    This course prepares students to apply Air Force standards, customs and courtesies within this service branch. Drill and ceremonies leadership, along with an introduction to review and honors are discussed.

    Corequisite: AERO 2010  


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    AERO 2111 - General Mil. Ldrshp Lab IV

    Credits: 1
    This course examines various Air Force standards, customs and courtesies. Drill and ceremonies leadership, introduction to review and honors also are discussed.

    Corequisite: AERO 2011  


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Aerospace/Aviation Maintenance

  
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    AMTT 1120 - Aircraft Regulations

    Credits: 8


    Theory and practical application of maintenance forms and records, maintenance publications, fluid lines and fittings, mechanic privileges and limitations, cleaning and corrosion control, weight and balance, and aircraft drawings.

    NOTE: Students will complete a drug test as a part of this course.

    Recommended Corequisite: AMTT 1140  
    Semester: Fall & Spring
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    AMTT 1140 - Aircraft Electrical/Hardware

    Credits: 8
    Technical information and laboratory projects necessary for the practical application and understanding of theories, principles and concepts of basic electricity; ground operation and servicing; materials and processes; and basic physics.

    Recommended Corequisite: AMTT 1120  
    Semester: Fall & Spring
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    AMTT 1160 - Aviation Technician Math

    Credits: 3
    Designed to provide students with training in basic mathematical applications to provide math skills necessary to solve job related problems. Review of basic math, algebra and geometry.

    Semester: All


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    AMTT 1220 - Airframe Systems I

    Credits: 8
    Technical information and laboratory projects necessary for the practical application and understanding of theories, principles, and concepts of sheet metal; aircraft finishes; wood structures; aircraft covering; and welding.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1120  and AMTT 1140  
    Semester: All
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    AMTT 1240 - Airframe Systems II

    Credits: 8
    Theory and practical application of communication and navigation, aircraft electrical systems, aircraft fuel systems, assembly and rigging, and fire protection systems.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1120 , AMTT 1140 , and AMTT 1220  
    Semester: All
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    AMTT 1260 - Airframe Systems III

    Credits: 8
    Theory and practical application of aircraft landing gear, hydraulic and pneumatic, cabin atmosphere control, ice and rain control, position and warning, and aircraft instrument systems.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1120 , AMTT 1140 , AMTT 1220 , and AMTT 1240  
    Semester: All
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    AMTT 1390 - Aircraft Electronics Technician, NCATT Certification

    Credits: 3
    This course will provide training in aircraft electronics, reviewing basic concepts, and preparing student to take NCATT(National Center for Aerospace & Transportation Technologies) AET(Aircraft Electronics Technician) cert.  As specified by NCATT the following concepts are required. DC/AC circuits, resistors, inductors, capacitors, transformers, analog/digital circuits, power supply, wave generation, and limiter circuits, also several aircraft and avionics maintenance topics,basic troubleshooting theory, safety practices.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1240  or instructor permission
    Semester: Fall & Spring


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    AMTT 1400 - Aircraft Electronic Systems

    Credits: 5
    Technical information and laboratory projects necessary for the practical application of testing and troubleshooting aircraft avionics systems, and for understanding theories, principals, and related concepts.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1120 , AMTT 1140 , AMTT 1240   or A&P license
    Semester: Fall & Spring


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    AMTT 1405 - Aircraft Electronics Technician, NCATT Endorsements

    Credits: 3
    This course will provide additional training in aircraft electronics, advanced systems, adding to information taught in AMTT 1400 Aircraft Electronic Systems and preparing student to take NCATT(National Center for Aerospace & Transportation Technologies) AET(Aircraft Electronics Technician) endorsements, as follows, “Autonomous Navigation Systems”, “Dependant Navigation Systems”, “Onboard Communications and Safety Systems”, and “Radio Communications Systems”.  Also will get into troubleshooting related to these systems.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1400  or instructor approval
    Semester: Fall & Spring


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    AMTT 1410 - FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License Preparation

    Credits: 3
    This course will provide training in regulations and review of electronics fundamentals needed for taking and passing FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License with the optional Radar Endorsement. This license opens opportunities for aviation profesionals.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1240  or instructor approval


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    AMTT 1410 - FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License Preparation

    Credits: 3
    This course will provide training in regulations and review of electronics fundamentals needed for taking and passing FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License with the optional Radar Endorsement. This license opens opportunities for aviation profesionals.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1240  or instructor approval
    Semester: Fall & Spring


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    AMTT 1420 - Advanced Aircraft Electronic Systems/Troubleshooting

    Credits: 3
    This course will provide training, focusing on troubleshooting in lab and with Glass flight decks. Providing more information on Data Bus, integrated monitoring and warning systems, integrated test equipment, Autoflight systems, and practice with compass and air data systems.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1405  or instructor approval
    Semester: Fall & Spring


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    AMTT 2320 - Airframe Inspection

    Credits: 8


    Theories, principles, and concepts of reciprocating engine principles; engine instruments; induction and engine airflow systems; engine exhaust and reverser systems; engine fire protection; and engine cooling. 

    NOTE: Students will complete a drug test as a part of this course.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 1120 , AMTT 1140 , AMTT 1160 , AMTT 1220 , AMTT 1240 , and AMTT 1260  
    Semester: All
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    AMTT 2440 - Powerplant Systems IV - Powerplant Inspection

    Credits: 8
    Technical information and laboratory projects necessary for the practical application and understanding of theories, principles, and concepts of turbine engines; unducted fans; auxiliary power plants; and engine inspection.  Drug Testing will be required as part of this class prior to the Return to Service requirement.

    Corequisite: AMTT 2420  
    Semester: All
    Additional Course Fee Required


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    AMTT 2500 - Aviation Maintenance Test Preparation

    Credits: 2
    Test preparation for FAA Mechanics Certification. This is a fast paced course that will enlighten and give practical experience to students enabling them to be prepared for testing with the FAA.

    Prerequisite: Completion of Airframe or Powerplant Course or FAA Form 8610-2 with Bolck 5 signed by an FAA Inspector
    Semester: All


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    AMTT 2501 - Aviation Maintenance Test Preparation 1

    Credits: 2
    Test preparation for FAA Mechanics certification. This is a fast paced course that will enlighten and give practical experience concerning airframe maintenance to students for the FAA Airframe test enabling them to be prepared for testing with the FAA.

    Prerequisite: Prereq: Instructor approval or AMTT Airframe completion certificate or FAA form 8610-2 authorized
    Semester: All
    Additional course fee required


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    AMTT 2502 - Aviation Maintenance Test Preparation 2

    Credits: 2
    Test preparation for FAA Mechanics certification. This is a fast paced course that will enlighten and give practical experience concerning airframe maintenance to students for the FAA Airframe test enabling them to be prepared for testing with the FAA.

    Prerequisite: Instructor approval, or AMTT Airframe completion certificate, or FAA form 8610-2 authorized
    Semester: All
    Additional course fee required


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    AMTT 2503 - Aviation Maintenance Test Preparation 3

    Credits: 2
    Test preparation for FAA Mechanics certification. This is a fast paced course that will enlighten and give practical experience to students for the FAA Generals test enabling them to be prepared for testing with the FAA. 

    Prerequisite: Instructor approval, or AMTT Powerplant completion certificate, or FAA form 8610-2 authorized
    Semester: All
    Additional course fee required


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    AMTT 2550 - Introduction to Aircraft Sheet Metal

    Credits: 6
    This course will provide technical information and laboratory projects necessary for understanding basic concepts and theories of sheet metal and sheet metal structures. Students will learn blueprint reading, related math concepts, OSHO safety training, riveting, corrosion control and the use of specialty tools. The course will also emphasize the use of safety practices while learning proper tool.

    Semester: All


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    AMTT 2560 - Advanced Sheet Metal Fabrication & Inspection

    Credits: 6
    This course will provide technical information and laboratory projects necessary for the practical application and understanding of theories, principles, and concepts of sheet metal, sheet metal fabrication, structures and sheet metal repair. The course will also emphasize the use of safety practices while learning proper tool use, accountability and shop etiquette.

    Prerequisite: AMTT 2550  or instructor permission
    Semester: All


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    AMTT 2990 - Special Studies

    Credits: 1-5
    Theory and practical application of a specific subject area taken within a course to complete program or license requirements.

    Prerequisite: Instructor approval
    Semester: All


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Aircraft Dispatcher

  
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    DISP 1010 - Regs, A/C Systems & Procedures

    Credits: 3
    Course overviews: FAR Part 1, 25, 61, 65, 71, 91, 119, 121, 139 and 175, NTSB part 830, aircraft flight and general operating manuals, aircraft performance and systems, operating specs for aircraft type, as well as emergency/abnormal procedures.

    Prerequisite: PILT 1100 , PILT 1400  and PILT 2050  or all concurrently


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    DISP 1100 - Navigation & Planning

    Credits: 2
    Course will include study of the following: earth, chart reading application/use, national airspace plan, navigation systems, airborne navigation instruments, instrument approach procedures and special navigation/operations.


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    DISP 1200 - Weather, Analysis & Forecasts

    Credits: 1
    This course will include surface observation, terminal forecasts, significant en route reports/forecasts, observed prognostic weather charts, imagery, meteorological info, data analysis and outlets providing aviation weather product.


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    DISP 1300 - Dispatch Applications

    Credits: 5
    Course will cover topics related to weather analysis and forecasts and flight navigation and planning. Students will apply proper flight dispatch applications under FAR Part 121 from flight prep to departure w/flight following and arrival.

    Prerequisite: Instructor approval


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    DISP 1500 - Dispatch Applications

    Credits: 7
    Course will cover applicable federal regulations, aircraft flight & general operating manuals, performance & systems, and emergency procedures as it applies to dispatching. Students will apply proper flight dispatch applications under FAR Part 121 from flight prep to departure w/ flight following & arrival.

    Prerequisite: PILT 1100, PILT 1400, and PILT 2050 May be taken concurrently with PILT 1400 and PILT 2050
    Semester: All


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Alternative Energy (CE)

  
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    CEAE 0100 - Electrical Principles for Alternative Energy

    Contact Hours: 45
    Designed to provide students with a basic understanding of electrical principles and the National Electric Code pertaining to the alternative and renewable energy fields.


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    CEAE 0200 - Basic Photovoltaic Systems

    Contact Hours: 45
    This course teaches students the basic operating principles of a utility interactive solar photovoltaic system, how to conduct a site evaluation, perform a financial analysis and effectively design a photovoltaic system.

    Prerequisite: CEAE 0100  w/ C grade or better or instructor approval.


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    CEAE 0300 - Advanced Photovoltaic Systems

    Contact Hours: 45
    This course builds upon the foundation of knowledge students acquire in the Basic PV course.Successful students will be able to adapt mechanical or electrical designs; perform system checkouts and inspections; design, install, maintain and troubleshoot commercial and off-grid photovoltaic, battery based systems. Students will assemble and troubleshoot full systems at the Solar Training Yard.

    Prerequisite: CEAE 0200  w/C grade or better or instructor approval.


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    CEAE 0410 - NEC 2011 Solar

    Contact Hours: 8


    This course covers 2011 NEC requirements that govern solar installations. Students will gain an understanding of solar photovoltaic electrical energy systems and how they relate to other electrical power production sources. Learn about “how to” and “how not” topic, and utility-interactive systems. 2011 NEC Code book required. Electricians, electrical inspectors and PV installers should attend.

    Electricians will receive 8 hours of DOPL continuing education credits and PV installers will receive 8 hours of NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) continuing education credits for the course.


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    CEAE 0500 - NABCEP PV Cert. Exam Prep

    Contact Hours: 16
    16 hours of intensive review in a two-day course (two Saturdays) designed to prepare students to be accepted by NABCEP to sit for the PV Installation Professional exam. Class instruction is detailed and fast paced. Class size is limited to ensure that each student receives quality training. The course content is built around the NABCEP learning objectives to help prepare students for the exam.


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American Sign Language

  
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    ASL 1010 - Beginning ASL I

    Credits: 5
    First in series of four courses which focus on expressive and receptive skills in American Sign Language and an introduction to American Deaf culture. Major objective of the first year is to develop functional language ability in the Deaf community.

    Semester: All
    Additional Course Fee Required


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