Title Body
Core Curriculum Introductory Craft Skills
TEC-100
Development of skills and techniques necessary for basic construction/ industrial maintenance craft skills.
Portfolio Development
TEC-105
This course is designed to help students involved in the technological field develop a portfolio that details those prior-learning experiences that may be considered for college credit at Arizona Western College.
10-Hour OSHA Construction Card
TEC-125
A course in the development of a specific body of knowledge pertaining to established Occupational Safety and Health Standards. Focus is on the practical application and interpretation of appropriate safety and health standards to develop the ability to recognize potential hazardous conditions. Of high priority are the acquisition of a positive attitude for safety and the practical application of standards, specifications, and guidelines to implement safe procedures and practices in the workplace, home, and immediate surroundings.
Roofing Systems and Safety
TEC-140
Focus is on the practical application and interpretation of appropriate safety and health standards relating to roofing systems, construction methods and materials for solar panel installation; this includes an introduction to established Occupational Safety and Health Standards.
Employee and Occupational Safety
TEC-165
A course in the development of a specific body of knowledge pertaining to established Occupational Safety and Health Standards. Focus is on the practical application and interpretation of appropriate safety and health standards to develop the ability to recognize potential hazardous con- ditions.
Employee and Occupational Safety 2
TEC-175
Development of a specific body of knowledge pertaining to established Occupational Safety and Health Standards. Focus is on the ability to serve as a resource to site management on safety, health, and in some cases, environmental regulations.
NCCER Instructor Certification Training
TEC-250
A specific course for construction or industrial maintenance craft instructor certification through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) instructor certification training.
Survey of Theatre History/GE
THE-101
Intended as an introductory course. Samples plays, production styles, and personalities from ancient Greece to the mid-nineteenth century. Units of study include Greco-Roman drama, Medieval drama, Renaissance theatre, Neoclassic, and Romantic styles.
History of Contemporary Theatre/GE
THE-102
Intended as an introductory course. Beginning study of major dramatic styles and production techniques of the 20th century.
Stage Management
THE-110
Techniques, communication, methodology, resources, practices, and technical training for the stage manager: this course will introduce the principles and practices of theatrical stage management. Industry-standard vocabulary will be taught and used with proficiency. The course is intended to accommodate special interests and needs in use and development of local staging facilities.
Stagecrafts
THE-130
Study and practice in the rudiments of scene construction, set decoration, and stage lighting.
Acting 1
THE-171
Rudiments of acting for the stage. Course work includes exercises, improvisations, and scene study to develop a basic understanding of the actor's tasks, terminology, and methods in modern theatre.
Acting 2
THE-172
Exercises in improvisation, rehearsal technique, vocal, and physical development for stage performance.
Creative Drama
THE-213
A one semester course that introduces the student to the theory and practice of improvisation, role playing, mime, puppetry, playwriting, and program development in drama and their application to elementary and secondary school levels.
Basic Stage Lighting
THE-215
Instruction and practice with operation and maintenance of basic stage lighting instruments, equipment, and tools. Intended to accommodate special interests and needs in use and development of local staging facilities.
Voice and Diction
THE-222
This course introduces the student to study and training in basic voice production. Included will be instruction in proper breathing techniques, sound production, kinesics, general speech standards, and common voice problems. This course will promote development of natural- ness and flexibility in the speaking voice.
Introduction to Oral Interpretation
THE-242
The course examines theory and practice in the art of reading literature orally. Students will be given the opportunity to discover emotional and intellectual meanings, and convey them through voice and body.
Rehearsal and Production
THE-250
This course involves participation in theatre productions. Registrants comprise the casts, technical crews, publicity, and management personnel for AWC Theatre public events. Events include guest performing artists and home productions each semester. May be repeated for credit.
Television Production 1
TVP-125
Introduces theory, basic techniques, and equipment for television production and provides an overview of the process from script to postproduction in field and studio. Course includes lab sessions to design, shoot, and edit film productions.
Television Studio Operations 1
TVP-150
Familiarizes students with the methods and techniques of the operation of television studio production equipment, as well as the preparation of a message or program and timely preparation of a program production plan.
Television Studio Operations 2
TVP-160
Enables students to improve the methods and techniques of the operation of television production equipment and to implement the preparation and completion of a message or program for television broadcasting.
Control Room Operation
TVP-170
Introduces students to the operations of a television control room. It will provide a foundation for students in all phases of control room use including directing, technical directing, Chyron operation, audio console use, and video tape playback. The course involves students in hands-on training in all facets of control room operations.
Television Production 2
TVP-225
Involves extensive and advanced theory and techniques of television prodouction in studio and field settings. Course emphasizes individual responsibility for design and implementation of television projects.
Video Post Production
TVP-250
Familiarizes students with theory and principles of editing and the use of non-linear editing systems. It gives the students the opportunity to perform the functions of an editor using a computer based non-linear editing system.