CIT 114 Plumbing (3 credit hours)
Demonstration and hands-on training in installation of plumbing pipe, fixtures, and fittings; interpreting plumbing drawings and selection of proper materials. F S
CIT 130 Construction Plan Fundamentals (3 credit hours)
Fundamentals of construction plan interpretation, manual drafting techniques, and industry drafting standards. F S
ELT 111 Computer Applications for Technicians (2 credit hours)
Introduction to personal computers, using Windows-based operating system and applications to create and edit technical documents using the Internet, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. F S
ELT 131 Residential Wiring (3 credit hours)
Single phase power distribution and transmission systems; interpretation and use of National Electrical Code; interpretation of blueprints and wiring techniques as applied from service entrance to load. Prerequisite: MAT 060 or MAT 094 or equivalent with a grade of C or higher. F S
ELT 134 Motors, Controls, and Drives (3 credit hours)
Learn about electrical symbols, ladder and wiring diagrams, used motors and motor control circuits, including DC, single- and three-phase, electromagnetic, and DC and AC electronic controllers. Emphasis on control, wiring, and troubleshooting of motors and control circuits. Prerequisite: ELT 150 with a grade of C or higher. S
ELT 150 Introduction to Electricity and Electronics (3 credit hours)
DC and AC circuits and test instruments; following national skill standards (EIA/EIF), includes work habits; basic and practical skills; and survey of motors, relays, and transformers. Prerequisite: MAT 060 or MAT 094 or equivalent with a grade of C or higher. F S
ELT 179 Industrial Control Devices (3 credit hours)
Introduction to the electronic control devices and systems used in industry: interface devices, drives, controllers, motors, process control and instrumentation, industrial process techniques, detectors, sensors, and programmable controllers. F
EST 113 Work Experience and Ethics (1 credit hour)
Preparation of resume and cover letter; detailed journal documenting internship; introduction to work ethics and traits that employers look for in current and prospective employees.
HVC 111 Basic Air Conditioning (3 credit hours)
Fundamentals of operation for residential and light commercial air conditioning systems; proper handling of refrigerants. Prerequisite: credit or concurrent enrollment in ELT 150. F S
HVC 112 Basic Heating (3 credit hours)
Fundamentals of operation for residential and light commercial heating systems. Prerequisite: credit or concurrent enrollment in ELT 150. F S
HVC 113 Residential HVAC Installation (3 credit hours)
Basic HVAC system components and operation concepts, component installation, gas piping, low voltage wiring, basic tool skills, and job safety. F
HVC 114 Ductwork Fabrication (2 credit hours)
Basic tool skills, job safety, and fabrication techniques for HVAC ductwork components and systems. Prerequisite: MAT 060 or MAT 094.
HVC 132 HVAC Control Systems (3 credit hours)
Fundamentals of installation, operation, and maintenance of control systems for commercial HVAC systems. Prerequisite: HVC 111 or HVC 112. S
HVC 134 Commercial HVAC and Service (3 credit hours)
Installation, operation, maintenance, and service of commercial HVAC equipment. Prerequisites: HVC 151 and HVC 152. S
HVC 151 Basic Air Conditioning Service (4 credit hours)
Diagnostic techniques for residential and light commercial air conditioning and heat pump systems. Common maintenance and repair methods. Prerequisite: HVC 111.
HVC 152 Basic Heating Service (3 credit hours)
Diagnostic techniques for residential and light commercial heating systems; common maintenance and repair methods. Prerequisite: HVC 112.