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Introduction to Masonry
Introduction to the masonry industry, basic chemicals related to the masonry industry, safety practices, job planning, and current masonry opportunities.
Masonry Tools and Materials
Basic work methods, care and safety of masonry hand tools, and power equipment.
Masonry Building Codes
Applying all federal, state and local Masonry Building Codes.
HOD Carrier
Introduction to masonry hod carrier procedures, stocking walls, erecting scaffolding and pre- paring job sites for efficiency and productivity.
Introduction to algebra with an accelerated review of arithmetic skills.
Beginning Algebra
Overview of the techniques and skills of beginning algebra.
Math for Applied Sciences/GE*
Presentations of the principles and applications of mathematics to real world situations and various trades. Topics will include basic concepts , operations with signed numbers, exponents, Metric and English systems of measurement, introduction to algebra and use of formulas as they would apply in practical situations. Applications of ratio, proportion, graphing of data, as well as fundamental concepts of geometry and trigonometry will also be discussed.
Mathematics Across Cultures/GE
Mathematical thought, concepts, and applications in non-European cultures throughout history.
Intermediate Algebra/GE*
Logical development of the laws of algebra, factoring linear equations, simultaneous equations, functions and graphs, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations.
Math for Elementary Teachers 1/GE*
Principles and processes underlying current and evolving programs of mathematics instruction in elementary schools grades K-8; the system of whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, and irrationals.
Math for Elementary Teachers 2/GE*
Principles and processes underlying current and evolving programs of mathematics instruction in elementary schools grades K-8; geometry and measurement; statistics and probability.
College Mathematics with Applications/ GE
Applications in statistics, probability, finance, discrete mathematics, and other selected topics of interest in management science, voting systems, and geometry.
College Algebra: Standard/GE
Extension and further development of algebra, with an emphasis on functions - including linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic. Other topics include function trans- formations, regression analysis, inequalities, absolute values, systems of equations, matrices, sequences, and series.
Finite Mathematics/GE
Set theory, linear programming, matrix algebra, finance math, combinatories, probability and other selected topics of interest to students in the social and management sciences.
Plane Trigonometry
A study of trigonometric functions, equations, identities, and inverse functions, and solutions of right and oblique triangles.
Development of algebra with a concentration on functions and a study of exponentials, logarithms, sequences, and series. It also includes a study of trigonometric functions and identities .
Brief Calculus/GE
Introduction to elementary topics in differential and integral calculus.
Calculus I with Analytic Geometry/GE
Introduction to analytic geometry and the differential and integral calculus of the elementary functions. Included is a study of limits, continuity, differentiation, applications of derivatives, anti-derivatives, integration, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions.
Discrete Mathematics
An introduction to formal proof techniques, propositional logic, set theory, relations and functions, combinatorics, elementary number theory, graph theory, algorithms, and applications.
Calculus II with Analytic Geometry/GE
Applications of the integral, techniques of inter- gration, parametric and polar form, convergence of series, Taylor and MacLauren series.
Calculus III With Analytic Geometry/GE
Study of multivariable calculus, parametric curves , partial differentiation, multiple integration, and an introduction to vector calculus.
Introduction to Linear Algebra/GE
Introduction to vector spaces, linear transfor- mations, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and solutions of linear systems of equations.
Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations/GE
Ordinary differential equations and their solutions that utilize conventional approaches, numerical techniques, matrix methods applied to systems of linear differential equations, and Laplace's transformation.
Applied Statistics/GE
Introduces descriptive and inferential statistics such as graphical and quantative description of data, discrete probability distributions, continuous probability distributions, one- and multisample hypothesis tests, confidence intervals correlation, simple linear regression, and analysis of variance.
Core Curriculum Introductory Craft Skills
Development of skills and techniques necessary for basic construction/ industrial maintenance craft skills.
Qual. Control & Inspec.
Survey of quality control and inspection including: precision measurement, inspection techniques for non destructive and destructive testing, sampling plans, investigation methods, and assessment of process variables and controls used in the materials joining/ welding manufacturing industry.
Materials Science and Metallurgy
Survey and application of materials science and metallurgy.
Management Fundamentals
Business philosophy and management theory including planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling.
Principles of Retailing
Surveys all phases of retailing including types of retail outlets and the basic problems of organizing and operating a retail store.
Personnel Supervision
Student will cultivate the functional relationship between management and the labor force; principles of handling the human factor to maximize the productive efficiency of the firm through sound procurement, development, utilization and maintenance of the human resources in the enterprise.
Review siginificant historical and current leader- ship models, also analyze individual behaviors and characteristics often associated with effective leaders, review concepts associated with team leadership, and become familiar with current organizational practices.
Basic principles of selling: the techniques employed in the development of competencies in the area of selling, product knowledge, and sales supervisory skills. Emphasis is on outside selling.
Principles of Marketing
Principles, methods, and challenges involved in developing an integrated and customer-driven marketing strategy that helps achieve organizational goals.
Principles of Advertising
Strategic functions and uses of advertising, study of media, general understanding of forms of copy, artwork, layout, production and testing advertis- ing effectiveness.
Preparatory Applied
Individual instruction in: a. brass, b. woodwind, c. string, d. keyboard, e. voice. See music advisor for assignment to correct course number.
Preparatory Applied
Individual instruction in: a. brass, b. woodwind, c. string, d. keyboard, e. voice. See music advisor for assignment to correct course number.