Jan 24, 2022  
TCC Catalog 2018-19 
    
TCC Catalog 2018-19 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


Florida’s Statewide Course Numbering System  

 

Religion

  
  •  

    REL2240 Introduction to the New Testament

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): satisfactory completion of the general education communications requirement.
    A study of the context, content, authorship, date, purpose and themes of the twenty-seven books comprising a major part of Christian scripture (the New Testament). Lecture: 3 hours. Substantial writing requirement. Fulfills state writing requirement. Satisfies the general education humanities requirement.
  
  •  

    REL2300 World Religions

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): satisfactory completion of the general education communications requirement.
    The course is designed to introduce the student to the academic study of religion and to the sociological, theoretical and practical dimensions of the world’s religions. Involves discussion of such religious expressions as Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Sikhism, Judaism, Confucianism, Jainism, Baha’i, Shinto, native African religion, native American religion and others. Lecture: 3 hours. Substantial writing component. Fulfills state writing requirement. Satisfies the general education humanities requirement.

Respiratory Care

  
  •  

    RET1026 Fundamentals of Respiratory Care

    4 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): admission to Respiratory Care  program.
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    This course focuses on history, ethics, organization and credentialing guidelines. It also focuses on medical gas preparation, usage and safety, physical principles of medical gas therapy, oxygen delivery systems, breathing modalities, patient assessment, arterial blood gas drawing techniques and chest physiotherapy and postural drainage. Case studies are used to incorporate the critical thinking process. Contact: 4 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET1026L Fundamentals of Respiratory Care Lab

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): admission to Respiratory Care  program.
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    The lab will apply and add to concepts learned in RET1026 . Case studies and simulation lab will be used to incorporate the critical thinking process. Contact: 3 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET1293 Respiratory Diseases

    4 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,   .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    Covers the disease processes encountered in the acute and subacute setting. Emphasis is on etiology, anatomic changes, pathophysiology, assessment, and management and treatment of cardiopulmonary diseases and disorders. Case studies will be used to incorporate the critical-thinking process. Contact: 4 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET1350 Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology

    4 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    The course will focus on the drugs used in caring for the individual with cardiopulmonary disorders. General pharmacologic principles, mechanisms of action, adverse reactions and therapeutic use will be covered. Case studies will be used to incorporate the critical thinking process. Contact: 4 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET1434 Clinical Assessment in Respiratory Care III

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,   .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    Focuses on more advanced assessment techniques for the individual with cardiopulmonary disorders, including chest x-ray examination, magnetic resonance imaging, lung scans, angiography, and the effects and complications of mechanical ventilation. Takes a more detailed approach to evaluating airway, breathing and circulation in the critically ill patient. Case studies parallel diseases taught in   and concepts presented in  . Contact: 3 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET1450 Clinical Assessment in Respiratory Care II

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Clinical laboratory studies will be discussed, along with their relationship to assessment of the patient with cardiopulmonary disease. The student will also learn to recognize the physiologic effects of positive pressure ventilation on various body systems. The SOAP note will be introduced for assessment of the cardiopulmonary patient. Case studies will be used to incorporate concepts and information for critical thinking. Contact: 3 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET1483 Clinical Assessment in Respiratory Care I

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): admission to Respiratory Care  program.
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    The course will focus on basic assessment for the individual with cardiopulmonary disorders. This will include patient-clinician interaction, universal precautions, patient interview, health history, common symptoms of pulmonary disorders, obtaining vital signs and clinical impression, examination of head and neck, lung topography, examination of the thorax, examination of the precordium, examination of the extremities and physical signs of respiratory disease. Case studies will be used to incorporate the critical thinking process. Contact: 3 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET1874 Clinical Practice I

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): admission to Respiratory Care  program.
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    This course will focus on preparing students for clinical rotation. There will be an orientation to the various clinical sites, as well as to the Human Patient Simulator. Students will demonstrate charting, communicating with patients, basic assessment, medical gas therapy, aerosol therapy and IPPB. Contact: 12 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET1875 Clinical Practice II

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Requires students to recognize and practice floor therapy procedures introduced in RET1026L . Students will attend 8 hours of clinical rotation for 10 weeks at various clinical sites and participate in a variety of scenarios using the Human Patient Simulator. Contact: 12 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2027 Instrumentation

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Focuses on therapeutic and diagnostic instruments encountered in respiratory care practice. These include pulse oximetry, capnography, blood gas machine, co-oximeter, ECG interpretation, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and noninvasive cardiac output system. Case studies and simulations are used to incorporate the critical thinking process. Contact: 1 hour per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2264 Advanced Procedures in Respiratory Care I

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Covers basic terms and concepts of mechanical ventilation, how ventilators work, how a breath is delivered, establishing the need for mechanical ventilation, selecting the ventilator and the mode, initial ventilator settings, and final considerations in ventilator setup. Begins the process of initial assessment of the mechanically ventilated patient. Case studies will be used to incorporate the critical thinking process. Contact: 3 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2264L Advanced Procedures in Respiratory Care I Lab

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Students will apply concepts learned in RET2264  with case studies using simulators, mechanical ventilators and all peripheral equipment. Contact: 3 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2265 Advanced Procedures in Respiratory Care II

    2 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,   .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    Covers assessment of the mechanically ventilated patient, ventilator graphics, noninvasive assessment of respiratory function, techniques in patient-ventilator management, improving oxygenation, basic concepts of noninvasive positive pressure ventilation, discontinuation of and weaning from mechanical ventilation, long-term ventilation and special techniques in ventilatory support. Case studies will be presented. Contact: 3 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2265L Advanced Procedures in Respiratory Care II Lab

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,   .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    Students will apply concepts learned in RET2265  with case studies using simulators, mechanical ventilators and all peripheral equipment. Contact: 4 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2414 Pulmonary Functions

    2 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,   .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  .
    Focuses on evaluation and performance of various pulmonary function tests and protocols. Topics include lung volumes, ventilation tests, pulmonary mechanics, diffusion ventilation, blood flow, normal and abnormal results of tests, and equipment used to perform these tests. Case studies are used to incorporate the critical-thinking process. Contact: 2 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2418 Clinical Assessment V

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,   .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  .
    Students will develop a cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program and/or a homecare business. This process will include clinical assessment plans and evaluation of measured outcomes. Students compete in a respiratory brain bowl based on weekly assigned NBRC matrix topics. Contact: 3 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2442 Cardiopulmonary Hemodynamics

    2 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    This is a more in-depth look at the cardiovascular system, with a review of the pulmonary system. The course will detail diagnostics and therapeutics related to these systems. These include various types of pressure monitoring, cardiac output monitoring, intra-aortic balloon pumping, open heart and thoracic surgery, fluid and electrolytes and pharmacologic intervention. Critical-thinking skills are applied with assessment, monitoring and management of the patient with hemodynamic instabilities. Contact: 2 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2442L Cardiopulmonary Hemodynamics Lab

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    The lab will apply and add to concepts learned in RET2442  using equipment and procedures in a case study context. Contact: 3 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2485 Cardiopulmonary Physiology

    4 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): admission to Respiratory Care  program.
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    Focuses on anatomy of the cardiopulmonary system, mechanics of ventilation, lung volumes and dead space, diffusion of pulmonary gases, and oxygen transport. Case studies will be used to incorporate the critical thinking process. Contact: 4 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2534 Clinical Assessment in Respiratory Care IV

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Focuses on critical thinking skills, using therapist-driven protocols in managing case studies of cardiopulmonary patients. Also focuses on respiratory monitoring, cardiac assessment and hemodynamic assessment in the intensive care unit. Contact: 3 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2714 Pediatrics and Neonatology

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Covers the development and physiology of the neonatal pulmonary system. Disorders and diseases will be examined, with emphasis on etiology, pathophysiology, treatment and management. Students are taught PALS and NRP content and finish the class with NRP certification. Contact: 3 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2714L Pediatrics and Neonatology Lab

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Application of concepts learned in RET2714  will be used with case scenarios on the simulator, as well as basic lab competencies. Contact: 3 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2876 Clinical Practice III

    1 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,   .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
    Students will attend 8 hours of clinical rotation for 8 weeks, continuing to practice floor therapy procedures. They will also attend a weekly lab applying advanced respiratory care procedures learned using the Human Patient Simulator. The course will focus on general airway management, ventilator initiation and management, charting, weaning and extubation. Contact: 12 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2877 Clinical Practice IV

    2 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  ,  .
    Continuation of critical care rotations, along with specialty areas like sleep study, physician rounds and home health rotations. Students will attend 8 hours of clinical rotation for 10 weeks in the intensive care units. They will also attend a weekly 4-hour lab using the human patient simulators. In lab, they will participate in a variety of scenarios, practicing crisis management and teamwork, as well as present case studies. Contact: 12 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2878 Clinical Practice V

    2 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,   .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  .
    Prepares students for intubation and code management. Once the course is complete, students will receive a certificate of completion in intubation and will be certified in ACLS. The students will attend 12 hours of clinical rotation for 10 weeks in the intensive care units and specialty areas. Students will also attend a weekly lab where they will continue to demonstrate critical thinking skills using simulation. Contact: 20 hours per week. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. degree.
  
  •  

    RET2936 Topics in Respiratory Care

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in  ,  ,  ,  ,   .
    Corequisite(s):  ,  ,  .
    Prepares students for the entry-level written registry and clinical simulation credentialing examinations. NBRC matrix content will be emphasized. Sample NBRC questions are covered, as are simulation case scenarios. Contact: 3 hours per week. Does not count toward A.A. degree.

Social Work

  
  •  

    SOW1031 Introduction to Social Work

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement test scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
    This course introduces the student to the profession of social work and its programs, as well as the services that have developed in response to human needs. Both historical and political perspectives will be used in the description of the field, emphasizing the relationship between social work and social welfare institutions. Students will critically examine the values, mandates and issues of diversity that affect the field. Professional ethics and practice principles will be discussed. Service learning (volunteer hours) are also required. Lecture: 3 hours.

Sociology

  
  •  

    SYG1000 Principles of Sociology

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement test scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
    A study of the principles of human association, including basic surveys of the elementary concepts of sociological theory and the major areas of sociological study, including social organization, social psychology, communities and demography, social movements, and social change. Lecture: 3 hours. Substantial writing component. Fulfills state writing requirement.
  
  •  

    SYG2010 Contemporary Social Problems

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement test scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
    This course studies how some social situations and conditions come to be defined as social problems and analyzes their causes and possible solutions, with emphasis on contemporary social problems in the United States. It examines the roles that inequalities of power and competing political perspectives play in defining and solving social problems. Lecture: 3 hours. Substantial writing component. Fulfills state writing requirement.
  
  •  

    SYG2012 Global Issues

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
    This course prepares students for upper-division coursework in related topic areas by providing a general introduction to the study of global-level problems and social change. Includes an overview of the major trends, theories, issues and controversies surrounding the economic, political and cultural facets of globalization. Students will be introduced to important challenges facing humankind and will explore these challenges in research projects focused on specific countries or regions.  Lecture: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    SYG2230 Race and Minority Group Relations

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement test scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
    An introduction to the study of prejudice, discrimination, immigration patterns, acculturation, assimilation and amalgamation of minority groups in the United States. The focus will be on attempting to understand the changing patterns of prejudice and discrimination. Lecture: 3 hours. Substantial writing component. Fulfills state writing requirement.
  
  •  

    SYG2340 Human Sexuality

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement test scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
    An introductory course in human sexuality designed to acquaint the student with a broad range of information about sexuality, including historical, cross-cultural, biological, psychological, socio-cultural, legal and ethical perspectives. Topics include research methods, sexual anatomy, arousal and response, sexual communication, reproduction, sexual orientation, dysfunctions, sexually transmitted diseases and sexual ethics. Lecture: 3 hours. Substantial writing component. Fulfills state writing requirement.
  
  •  

    SYG2361 Thanatology: Dying and Death

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement test scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
    A sociological view of the conceptual, medical, legal and practical problems involved with the dying, the deceased and the survivors. Lecture: 3 hours. Substantial writing component. Fulfills state writing requirement.
  
  •  

    SYG2430 Marriage and the Family

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement test scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
    An introductory course in marriage and the family designed to acquaint the student with a broad range of information about marriage and family relationships in a changing society. Topics include interpersonal attraction, intimate relationships, premarital and marital sexuality, and marital and family interaction. The major course objective is to familiarize students with the process of heterosexual and parent-child interaction over the life cycle from a sociological perspective Lecture: 3 hours. Substantial writing component. Fulfills state writing requirement.
  
  •  

    SYG2930 Special Topics in Sociology

    3 credit hour(s)
    Special topics for students who wish to further explore the field of sociology through discussion, observation or research. Focus placed on topical problems, current issues or emerging trends. Lecture: 1–3 hours.

Speech

  
  •  

    ORI2000 Introduction to Oral Interpretation

    3 credit hour(s)
    Study of the selection, preparation and presentation of literature, including competitive presentation. Concentrates on the development of analytical skills plus vocal and physical presentation techniques. Lecture: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    SPC1017 Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communications

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement test scores or completion of developmental education writing.
    Designed to promote understanding of the transactional nature of speech communication. Provides concepts and experiences to help students communicate more effectively in interpersonal as well as public settings. Student participation centers on verbal and nonverbal aspects of speaking and listening. Lecture: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    SPC1062 Business and Professional Speaking

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement test scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
    Designed to focus on developing and refining oral communication skills in business and professions. Enhances basic speaking and listening skills, with additional attention to making presentations, working in groups, handling interviews, conducting meetings and employing multimedia materials in oral presentations. Lecture: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    SPC1330 Non-Verbal Communication

    3 credit hour(s)
    This course explores the various facets of nonverbal communication and will teach students to interpret, practice and better understand the role of this type of communication in all environments. Contact: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    SPC2512 Parliamentary Debate

    3 credit hour(s)
    This course is designed to provide students with fundamental instruction and practice in parliamentary debate to reinforce skills in argumentation, public speaking and intercollegiate forensics competition. This class is not a study of parliamentary procedure, but rather a forum to improve students’ effectiveness as persuasive speakers. Contact: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    SPC2594 Speech and Debate Workshop

    1 credit hour(s)
    This course is designed to help students master the various parts of competitive intercollegiate speech and debate.  Students whom enroll in this course are afforded the opportunity to compete on the college’s nationally-recognized speech and debate team.  Areas of instruction include traditional debate, oral interpretation of literature (acting), and public speaking.  Students do not need to have prior experience in the activity.  This course may be repeated for additional college credit. Contact: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    SPC2595 Speech and Debate Practicum

    1 credit hour(s)
    This course is designed to help students master the various parts of competitive intercollegiate speech and debate.  Students whom enroll in this course are afforded the opportunity to compete on the college’s nationally-recognized speech and debate team.  Areas of instruction include traditional debate, oral interpretation of literature (acting), and public speaking.  Students do not need to have prior experience in the activity.  This course may be repeated for additional college credit. Contact: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    SPC2608 Public Speaking

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): SPC1017  is recommended, but not required.
    Emphasis on speech composition, verbal and nonverbal skills of delivery and analytical listening. Provides the student with concepts and experiences designed to improve competence in a variety of public speaking situations. Lecture: 3 hours.

Sports Management

  
  •  

    SPM2000 Introduction to Sports Management

    3 credit hour(s)
    Examines basic management principles essential for the operation of sport-related enterprises. Topics that apply to a variety of sport/physical activity environments will be discussed. Areas to be studied include leadership, staffing, budgeting, marketing, planning, controlling, and liability. Provides a practical base of management principles to prepare students for an entry-level position. Contact 3 hours.

Theater

  
  •  

    THE2000 Theatre Appreciation

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in ENC1101 .
    This introductory course encompasses theatre history, theatre as a form of art and script analysis. It also deals with the various aspects that come together to form a theatrical production. Lecture: 3 hours.
      Substantial writing component. Fulfills state writing requirement. Satisfies the general education Humanities State Core requirement.
  
  •  

    THE2090 Play Production

    1 credit hour(s)
    Students will learn the finer aspects of theatre production through practical experiences related to an actual performance. Students involved in the technical, performance and managerial elements of the production will be supervised in at least 70 hours of lab work in the theatre. Course may be repeated four times for credit. Permission of instructor required.
  
  •  

    THE2100 Introduction to Theatre History

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): satisfactory completion of the general education communications requirement.
    Designed to survey the development of theater from classical to contemporary, with emphasis on the relationship between theatre genres and styles and cultural and societal influences. The material will include the reading of selected dramatic forms. Lecture: 3 hours. Substantial writing component. Fulfills state writing requirement. Satisfies the general education humanities requirement.
  
  •  

    TPA1200 Introduction to Stagecraft

    3 credit hour(s)
    TPA1200 provides an opportunity for students to apply basic theories in technical theatre. Students will have the opportunity to study academic and aesthetic theories in scenic design, lighting design, set construction and prop construction and then create physical models, designs and layouts to illustrate their proficiency. Lecture: 2 hours. Lab 2: hours.
  
  •  

    TPP2110 Fundamentals of Acting

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Suggested ORI 2000  or TPP2120 .
    Study of the art of acting, including acting terminology and techniques. Enables the student to achieve greater self-confidence, poise and freedom of expression before an audience. Through in-class training and exercises, the student will be aided in the use of the actor’s tools—the voice and body. Course is appropriate for those interested in acting for self-improvement, enrichment, teaching, mass communications, community theatre work or curiosity about the acting profession. Lecture: 3 hours. Lab: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    TPP2111 Advanced Acting

    3 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): completion of TPP2110 .
    The focus of this course is on performance skills for the actor, including in-depth character and scene study and certain staging techniques. Designed for the serious theatre student and includes studies in various acting styles. Lecture: 3 hours. Lab: 3 hours.
  
  •  

    TPP2120 Creative Improvisation

    2 credit hour(s)
    Introductory course in acting designed for the student who has no experience in theatre or who is not seeking a major in the field. Course examines the basic physical and mental resources of the performer and enables the individual to achieve greater self-confidence, poise and freedom of expression. Lecture: 2 hours. Lab: 1 hour.
  
  •  

    TPP2250 Introduction to Musical Theatre

    3 credit hour(s)
    Introduction to the practical skills needed in musical theatre performance as applied to the study of voice and dance. Preparation and performance in song and dance ensemble in musical revues and cabaret; development of style, interpretation and flexibility. Contact: 3 hours.

Welding

  
  •  

    PMT0106 Introduction and Oxyacetylene Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Corequisite(s): PMT0112 , PMT0121 , PMT0126 .
    This course is comprised of two essential components: craft safety and introduction to welding. This foundation course will familiarize students with the craft, basic shop skills, basic and intermediate oxyfuel gas cutting principles and practices, basic mathematical skills related to the craft, and the science of welding. Emphasis will be placed on students learning craft safety, and students will complete the OSHA 1926 10-hour safety module. Contact: 90 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0112 Advanced Specialty Oxyacetylene Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Corequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0121 , PMT0126 .
    This course will build on oxyfuel gas cutting principles and practices. Students will also learn arc cutting techniques. Contact: 90 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0121 Shielded Metal Arc Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Corequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0112 , PMT0126 .
    This course is comprised of an introduction to basic shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) principles and practices. Contact: 70 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0122 Shielded Metal Arc Welding High Technology Skills

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0112 , PMT0121 , PMT0126 .
    Corequisite(s): PMT0130 , PMT0134 , PMT0164 .
    This course is comprised of advanced shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) high technology skills and SMAW pipe welding. Contact: 105 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0126 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding (ASMAW)

    0 credit hour(s)
    Corequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0112 , PMT0121 .
    This course is comprised of advanced shielded metal arc welding (SMAW). Contact: 90 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0130 Introduction to MIG

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0112 , PMT0121 , PMT0126 .
    Corequisite(s): PMT0122 , PMT0134 , PMT0164 .
    This course is an introduction to metal inert gas (MIG) welding. Contact: 65 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0131 TIG Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0112 PMT0121 , PMT0126 PMT0164 , PMT0122 , PMT0130 , PMT0134 .
    Corequisite(s): PMT0138 , PMT0145 .
    This course is an introduction to tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. This beginning course emphasizes the principles involved in the operation of TIG equipment. Contact: 115 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0134 MIG Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0112 , PMT0121 , PMT0126 .
    Corequisite(s): PMT0122 , PMT0130 , PMT0164 .
    This course includes metal inert gas (MIG) welding of open butt joints and welding in the flat angular, vertical and horizontal overhead positions. Contact: 105 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0138 Specialty TIG

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0112 , PMT0121 , PMT0126 , PMT0164 , PMT0122 , PMT0130 , PMT0134 .
    Corequisite(s): PMT0131 , PMT0145 .
    This course focuses on the principles of tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding of nonferrous metals. Sketches, drawings, blueprints and math competencies are included. Contact: 110 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0145 GMAW Flux Core Arc Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0112 , PMT0121 , PMT0126 , PMT0164 , PMT0122 , PMT0130 , PMT0134 .
    Corequisite(s): PMT0131 , PMT0138 .
    This course introduces flux core arc welding (FCAW) and emphasizes the principles involved in the operation of metal inert gas (MIG) equipment. This course includes welding of open butt joints in the horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. Contact: 125 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0164 Fabrication of Metal Products Using Shielded Metal Arc Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0106 , PMT0112 , PMT0121 , PMT0126 .
    Corequisite(s): PMT0122 , PMT0130 , PMT0134 .
    This course focuses on the fabrication of tubing systems and metal framing. Sketches, drawings and blueprints are included. Math competencies are used extensively in this course. Contact: 85 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0165 SMAW Pipe Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Corequisite(s): PMT0171 , PMT0174  
    This course emphasizes intermediate principles of welding pipe using shielded metal arc welding (SMAW). Fabrication and welding of pipe in the 1G to 6G positions are stressed. Contact: 125 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0166 Heavy Wall Pipe Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0165, PMT0174, PMT0171
    Corequisite(s): PMT0173, PMT0190
    This course will provide instruction on advanced techniques in heavy wall pipe welding. Contact: 125 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0171 Gas Tungsten Arc Pipe Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Corequisite(s): PMT0165 , PMT0174 .
    This course emphasizes principles of welding pipe using advanced gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) processes. Fabrication and welding of pipe in the 1G to 6G positions are stressed. Contact: 125 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0173 Gas Metal Arc Pipe Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0165 , PMT0171 , PMT0174 
    Corequisite(s): PMT0166 PMT0190 .
    This course emphasizes principles of advanced gas metal arc welding (GMAW) or metal inert gas (MIG) welding process for pipe. Contact: 125 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
  
  •  

    PMT0174 Introduction to Pipefitting and Pipe Fabrication

    0 credit hour(s)
    Corequisite(s): PMT0165 , PMT0171 .
    This course is an introduction to basic, intermediate and advanced pipefitting fabrication techniques.  Contact: 125 clock hours.  Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree. 
  
  •  

    PMT0190 Emerging Technologies in Welding

    0 credit hour(s)
    Prerequisite(s): PMT0165 PMT0171 PMT0174 .
    Corequisite(s): PMT0173 PMT0166 .
    This course provides instruction on emerging techniques in welding, including pulse welding, robotics, submerged welding, adaptive welding and hybrid laser-arc welding. The content emphasizes specific careers and workforce needs in the welding industry. Contact: 125 clock hours. Additional fee. Does not count toward A.A. or A.S. degree.
 

Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7