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INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Industrial Technology Certificate the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and management of industrial controls, processes and systems. The scope of training includes the installation, repair, maintenance, and management of industrial plant operations in the manufacturing, food processing and automated facilities.

Total Units Required 36 - 42
Required Courses Units

MECH 15 Machine Tool Process 3

MECH 10 Basic Welding for the Trades 4

INDUS 31 Hydraulics and Pneumatics 4

MECH 30A Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 4

E TECH 13 Engineering Drafting Skills 3

ELEC 30 Fundamentals of Electricity 5

OR

ELECT 11 AC and DC Network Analysis 5

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

OR

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 6 - 11

Group I (Electives)
(two courses from the following)

INDUS 20 Industrial Safety and Health 3

MECH 31A Basic Air Conditioning: Components and

Circuits 6

MECH 32A Air Conditioning Control Circuit Analysis 3

MECH 60 Metal Trade Layout and Forming 5

The following 4 patterns are options for apprentices to earn the Industrial Technology Certificate:

Electrical Apprenticeship

Maintenance Apprenticeship

Mechanical Apprenticeship

Operations Apprenticeship

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY: ELECTRICAL Apprenticeship Option

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Industrial Technology Certificate the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and management of industrial controls, processes and systems. The scope of training includes the installation, repair, maintenance, and management of industrial plant operations in the manufacturing, food processing and automated facilities.

Total Units Required 34
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

A-IND 72A Introduction to Apprenticeship 2

A-IND 76 Applied Technical Mathematics 2

A-ELE 75A Basic Electricity 2

A-ELE 75B Advanced Electricity 2

A-IND 77A Mechanical Fundamentals 2

Second Semester

A-IND 77B Bearings, Pumps, and Turbines 2

A-IND 77C Motors and Generators 2

A-IND 77D Plant Auxiliary Equipment 2

Third Semester

A-ELEC 75C Transformers and Polychlorinated Biphenyl 2

A-ELEC 75D Protective Relaying 2

Fourth Semester

A-IND 77G Governor Systems 2

A-IND 77H Computers in Hydro-Electric Plants 2

A-IND 77N Electro-Mechanical Print Reading 3

Fifth Semester

A-IND 77K Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 2

A-IND 77L Project Control and Power Contracts 2

Sixth Semester

A-ELEC 75E High Voltage Switching 2

Seventh Semester

A-IND 77M Air Conditioning 2



INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY: MAINTENANCE Apprenticeship Option

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Industrial Technology Certificate the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and management of industrial controls, processes and systems. The scope of training includes the installation, repair, maintenance, and management of industrial plant operations in the manufacturing, food processing and automated facilities.

Total Units Required 44
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

A-IND 72A Introduction to Apprenticeship 2

A-IND 76 Applied Technical Mathematics 2

A-IND 78A Defensive Driving 1

A-IND 78B Heavy Truck Operation 2

A-IND 78C Diesel and Small Gasoline Engines 2

A-IND 78D Surveying and Flood Control Systems 2

Second Semester

A-IND 78E Soils, Asphalt, and Concrete 2

A-IND 78F Environmental Awareness 1

A-IND 78G Power Lift and Four-Wheel Drive Units 2

A-IND 78P Powder-Actuated Equipment 1

Third Semester

A-ELEC 75A Basic Electricity 2

A-ELEC 75B Advanced Electricity 2

A-IND 78H Protective Coatings 2

A-MEC 74A Basic Welding 2

Fourth Semester

A-IND 77H Computers in Hydro-Electric Plants 2

A-IND 77J Water Aqueduct Systems 2

Fifth Semester

A-IND 77L Project Control and Power Contracts 2

A-IND 78K Mobile Cranes and Rigging 2

A-IND 78L Motor Grader Operation 2

A-IND 78M Tractor Operations, Trenching, and Shoring 2

Sixth Semester

A-IND 77E Hydraulics 2

A-IND 78N Pesticides and Herbicides 2

A-MEC 74B Machine Shop 2

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY: MECHANICAL Apprenticeship Option

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Industrial Technology Certificate the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and management of industrial controls, processes and systems. The scope of training includes the installation, repair, maintenance, and management of industrial plant operations in the manufacturing, food processing and automated facilities.

Total Units Required 34
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

A-IND 72A Introduction to Apprenticeship 2

A-IND 76 Applied Technical Mathematics 2

A-ELE 75A Basic Electricity 2

A-IND 77A Mechanical Fundamentals 2

Second Semester

A-IND 77B Bearings, Pumps, and Turbines 2

A-IND 77D Plant Auxiliary Equipment 2

Third Semester

A-ELEC 75C Transformers and Polychlorinated Biphenyl 2

A-IND 77E Hydraulics 2

A-IND 77F Pneumatics 2

Fourth Semester

A-IND 77G Governor Systems 2

A-IND 77H Computers in Hydro-Electric Plants 2

A-IND 77N Electro-Mechanical Print Reading 3

Fifth Semester

A-IND 77K Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 2

A-IND 77L Project Control and Power Contracts 2

A-MEC 74A Basic Welding 2

Sixth Semester

A-MEC 74B Machine Shop 2

Seventh Semester

A-IND 77M Air Conditioning 2



INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY: OPERATIONS Apprenticeship Option

(Proposed, Pending Approval)

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Industrial Technology Certificate the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and management of industrial controls, processes and systems. The scope of training includes the installation, repair, maintenance, and management of industrial plant operations in the manufacturing, food processing and automated facilities.

Total Units Required 34
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

A-IND 72A Introduction to Apprenticeship 2

A-IND 76 Applied Technical Mathematics 2

A-ELE 75A Basic Electricity 2

A-ELE 75B Advanced Electricity 2

A-IND 77A Mechanical Fundamentals 2

Second Semester

A-IND 77B Bearings, Pumps, and Turbines 2

A-IND 77C Motors and Generators 2

A-IND 77D Plant Auxiliary Equipment 2

Third Semester

A-ELEC 75C Transformers and Polychlorinated Biphenyl 2

A-ELEC 75D Protective Relaying 2

A-ELEC 75E High Voltage Switching 2

Fourth Semester

A-IND 77G Governor Systems 2

A-IND 77H Computers in Hydro-Electric Plants 2

A-IND 77N Electro-Mechanical Print Reading 3

Fifth Semester

A-IND 77J Water Aqueduct Systems 2

A-IND 77K Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 2

A-IND 77L Project Control and Power Contracts 2

INTERIOR DESIGN

Family Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Total Units Required 30
Required Courses Units

FCS 10 Interior Design 3

FCS 11 Applied Interior Design 3

FCS 12 History of Furniture 3

FCS 13 Specifications and Professional Practices 3

FCS 42 Textiles 3

ARCH 1 Basic Architectural Drafting 3

ART 1A Art History 3

OR

ART 1B Art History 3

ART 16 Descriptive Drawing and Rendering 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 6

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 6 units from the following)

FCS 14 Lighting Design 3

FCS 50H Special Studies: Family and Consumer

Science 1 - 2

ARCH 2 Architectural Practice: Working Drawings 6

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

CONST 78 Uniform Building Code 2

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the International Business Certificate program, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for entry-level positions as a import/export clerk or to incorporate the global business perspective in to their current assignment. The student's skills will include the ability to analyze global business opportunities as well as interact with others from different cultures. Individuals are able to prepare basic international shipping documents as well as have the sensitivities to understand the issues that are involved in a global business operation.

Total Units Required 15.5-16.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

BUS 54 Introduction to International Law 3

BUS 55 Introduction to International Business 3

GEOG 10 World Geography 3

Second Semester

BUS 85 Introduction to International Trade 1.5

BUS 56 Transportation: Export - Import 3

COMM ST 7 Intercultural Communication 3

OR

Any introductory Foreign Language course 2


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