2017-2018

Title Description
Food Costing, Purchasing and Inventory Control
CUL-253
Basic skill necessary to understand and utilize cost controls. Focus on measurements, recipe costing and yield analysis. Knowledge of efficient food purchasing, storage, production, budgeting and inventory.
Culinary Arts Field Experience
CUL-259
Knowledge and skills will be used in a commercial food service operation within the community. Students will work and train with professional chefs and experienced food service workers in order to completely understand the workings of a commercial kitchen and/or a professional catering business.
AutoCAD 1 - Drafting
DFT-100
The course provides an understanding of basic drafting fundamentals, drafting standards/conventions and the methods of graphic preparation, principles of drafting and design using Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), and the role that graphic language plays in the conception/analysis for the communication of ideas for industry. This course introduces a beginning level of AutoCAD features.
AutoCAD 2 - Drafting 2
DFT-102
Introduction to more advanced features of AutoCAD, building on the skills gained in DFT 100.
Revit 1 Introduction to Revit Modeling - Drafting
DFT-106
An introduction to Revit Modeling for building information management systems and drafting design.
Revit 2 Revit Modeling - Drafting
DFT-107
A second course for development of higher order skills in the use of Revit Modeling for building information management systems and drafting design
Industrial Graphics/Drafting
DFT-181
The first course for both the certificate and the degree programs which provides the student with an understanding of the role the graphic language plays in the conception/analysis for the communi- cation of ideas for industry. Drafting standards/ conventions and the methods of graphic preperation are stresses through lecture and demonstration. Recommend Math 105 or higher.
Construction Graphics-Drafting
DFT-182
Architectural drafting and design using Computer Aided Drafting. Topics include drafting funda- mentals, construction systems, design and space planning, presentation methods and other selected topics.
Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting
DFT-185
Introduction to computer-aided drafting (CAD) and basic features of AutoCAD.
Computer Aided Drafting 2
DFT-186
Introduction to more advanced features of AutoCAD, building on the skills gained in the introductory class.
Civil Drafting
DFT-191
Introduction to civil drafting using AutoCAD software.
Construction Graphics1
DFT-201
Integrates the skills gained in DFT 100 with more advanced knowledge of commercial and residential drafting standards and practices.
Construction Graphics 2
DFT-202
Integrates the skills gained in DFT 201 with more advanced knowledge of commercial and residential drafting standards and practices.
AutoCAD 3 - Drafting 3
DFT-203
Introduction to advanced drafting techniques using CAD software, focusing on the creation and manipulation of three-dimensional models and objects.
AutoCAD 4 - Drafting 4
DFT-204
Integrates the skills gained in DFT 100, 102 and 203 with more advanced knowledge of standard drafting techniques and practices in preparation for the AutoCAD Certified Exam.
Revit 3 Revit MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbin
DFT-208
Integrates the skills gained in DFT 203 with more advanced knowledge of commercial and residential drafting standards and practices. In preparation of the AutoCAD certified exam.
Revit 4 Structural - Drafting
DFT-209
A course for development of higher order skills in the use of Revit for development of structural drawings for building information management systems and drafting design
Computer-Aided Drafting/Design Manufac- Turing
DFT-281
Integrates the knowledge gained in manual drafting skills to the computer as a drafting/design tool as it applies to the manufacturing process, drawing development, changes, and retrieval system in today's industry.
Manufacturing Graphics 2
DFT-283
A complementary continuation of the learning activities developed in DFT 281, including the refinement of drafting skills and knowledge associated with state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques and processes.
Ballroom Dance
DNC-070
Ballroom dance for personal, social and fitness benefits. CR/NC
Native Hawaiian Dance 1A
DNC-071
Native Hawaiian dance, Hula, for cultural, personal, social, and fitness benefits
Native Hawaiian Dance 1B
DNC-072
Exposure to the two types of Native Hawaiian Dance, Hula: kahiko - ancient and `auana - modern.
Native Hawaiian Dance 2A
DNC-073
Intermediate level Native Hawaiian dance, Hula, for cultural, personal, social, and fitness benefits.
Native Hawaiian Dance 2B
DNC-074
Intermediate level Native Hawaiian dance, Hula, to include oli, chanting.
Beginning Ballet
DNC-150
Study of ballet at a beginner level.
Intermediate Ballett
DNC-151
Study of ballet at an intermediate level.
Healthy Environment for Children in an Early Child
ECE-101
Procedures and practices designed to protect the health of young children in early childhood programs.
Ensuring A Safe Environment for Children In an Ear
ECE-103
Prepare methods and skills necessary to provide a safe environment for children in an early childhood program.
Planned Arrangements and Schedules
ECE-104
Methods of Scheduling and lesson planning designed to meet the needs of young children in a variety of early childhood settings.
Techniques for Observing Children
ECE-105
A study of techniques for effectively observing and recording children's characteristics and behavior. Appropriate ways to use child observations are included.
Building Relationships With Parents
ECE-106
To develop methods of effective communications and cooperation between parents and early childhood program setting.
Child's Total Learning Environment
ECE-107
A study of the preschool child's prepared learning environment: indoor, outdoor and community aspects. Focus on learning centers, use of developmentally appropriate materials, routines and schedules.
Guidance Principles
ECE-108
Techniques and practices that encourage children to take responsibility for their own actions within a formal group setting.
Enhancing Family Involvement
ECE-109
Methods for incorporating active parent and community involvement within Early Childhood Programs.
Fostering Communication and Language
ECE-110
Understanding, assessing, and enhancing the development of communication skills of young children.
Nutrition
ECE-111
Planning and implementing nutrition education in the early childhood program.

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Title Body
Food Costing, Purchasing and Inventory Control
CUL-253
Basic skill necessary to understand and utilize cost controls. Focus on measurements, recipe costing and yield analysis. Knowledge of efficient food purchasing, storage, production, budgeting and inventory.
Culinary Arts Field Experience
CUL-259
Knowledge and skills will be used in a commercial food service operation within the community. Students will work and train with professional chefs and experienced food service workers in order to completely understand the workings of a commercial kitchen and/or a professional catering business.
AutoCAD 1 - Drafting
DFT-100
The course provides an understanding of basic drafting fundamentals, drafting standards/conventions and the methods of graphic preparation, principles of drafting and design using Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), and the role that graphic language plays in the conception/analysis for the communication of ideas for industry. This course introduces a beginning level of AutoCAD features.
AutoCAD 2 - Drafting 2
DFT-102
Introduction to more advanced features of AutoCAD, building on the skills gained in DFT 100.
Revit 1 Introduction to Revit Modeling - Drafting
DFT-106
An introduction to Revit Modeling for building information management systems and drafting design.
Revit 2 Revit Modeling - Drafting
DFT-107
A second course for development of higher order skills in the use of Revit Modeling for building information management systems and drafting design
Industrial Graphics/Drafting
DFT-181
The first course for both the certificate and the degree programs which provides the student with an understanding of the role the graphic language plays in the conception/analysis for the communi- cation of ideas for industry. Drafting standards/ conventions and the methods of graphic preperation are stresses through lecture and demonstration. Recommend Math 105 or higher.
Construction Graphics-Drafting
DFT-182
Architectural drafting and design using Computer Aided Drafting. Topics include drafting funda- mentals, construction systems, design and space planning, presentation methods and other selected topics.
Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting
DFT-185
Introduction to computer-aided drafting (CAD) and basic features of AutoCAD.
Computer Aided Drafting 2
DFT-186
Introduction to more advanced features of AutoCAD, building on the skills gained in the introductory class.
Civil Drafting
DFT-191
Introduction to civil drafting using AutoCAD software.
Construction Graphics1
DFT-201
Integrates the skills gained in DFT 100 with more advanced knowledge of commercial and residential drafting standards and practices.
Construction Graphics 2
DFT-202
Integrates the skills gained in DFT 201 with more advanced knowledge of commercial and residential drafting standards and practices.
AutoCAD 3 - Drafting 3
DFT-203
Introduction to advanced drafting techniques using CAD software, focusing on the creation and manipulation of three-dimensional models and objects.
AutoCAD 4 - Drafting 4
DFT-204
Integrates the skills gained in DFT 100, 102 and 203 with more advanced knowledge of standard drafting techniques and practices in preparation for the AutoCAD Certified Exam.
Revit 3 Revit MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbin
DFT-208
Integrates the skills gained in DFT 203 with more advanced knowledge of commercial and residential drafting standards and practices. In preparation of the AutoCAD certified exam.
Revit 4 Structural - Drafting
DFT-209
A course for development of higher order skills in the use of Revit for development of structural drawings for building information management systems and drafting design
Computer-Aided Drafting/Design Manufac- Turing
DFT-281
Integrates the knowledge gained in manual drafting skills to the computer as a drafting/design tool as it applies to the manufacturing process, drawing development, changes, and retrieval system in today's industry.
Manufacturing Graphics 2
DFT-283
A complementary continuation of the learning activities developed in DFT 281, including the refinement of drafting skills and knowledge associated with state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques and processes.
Ballroom Dance
DNC-070
Ballroom dance for personal, social and fitness benefits. CR/NC
Native Hawaiian Dance 1A
DNC-071
Native Hawaiian dance, Hula, for cultural, personal, social, and fitness benefits
Native Hawaiian Dance 1B
DNC-072
Exposure to the two types of Native Hawaiian Dance, Hula: kahiko - ancient and `auana - modern.
Native Hawaiian Dance 2A
DNC-073
Intermediate level Native Hawaiian dance, Hula, for cultural, personal, social, and fitness benefits.
Native Hawaiian Dance 2B
DNC-074
Intermediate level Native Hawaiian dance, Hula, to include oli, chanting.
Beginning Ballet
DNC-150
Study of ballet at a beginner level.
Intermediate Ballett
DNC-151
Study of ballet at an intermediate level.
Healthy Environment for Children in an Early Child
ECE-101
Procedures and practices designed to protect the health of young children in early childhood programs.
Ensuring A Safe Environment for Children In an Ear
ECE-103
Prepare methods and skills necessary to provide a safe environment for children in an early childhood program.
Planned Arrangements and Schedules
ECE-104
Methods of Scheduling and lesson planning designed to meet the needs of young children in a variety of early childhood settings.
Techniques for Observing Children
ECE-105
A study of techniques for effectively observing and recording children's characteristics and behavior. Appropriate ways to use child observations are included.
Building Relationships With Parents
ECE-106
To develop methods of effective communications and cooperation between parents and early childhood program setting.
Child's Total Learning Environment
ECE-107
A study of the preschool child's prepared learning environment: indoor, outdoor and community aspects. Focus on learning centers, use of developmentally appropriate materials, routines and schedules.
Guidance Principles
ECE-108
Techniques and practices that encourage children to take responsibility for their own actions within a formal group setting.
Enhancing Family Involvement
ECE-109
Methods for incorporating active parent and community involvement within Early Childhood Programs.
Fostering Communication and Language
ECE-110
Understanding, assessing, and enhancing the development of communication skills of young children.
Nutrition
ECE-111
Planning and implementing nutrition education in the early childhood program.

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