Architecture I (ARC I) is an introductory course that focuses on light frame construction techniques specifically related to residential dwellings. Students will produce full sets of working drawings for two-story residential structures.
Blueprint Reading (CAD 115) is an introductory course, emphasis will be placed on drafting and design standards, based on ASME and ANSI standards, size description, view location, dimensioning and identification of symbols and interpretation of engineering drawings.
Introduction to Drawing (ART 120) this is an introduction to the problems, techniques, and materials of drawing. Students will develop an understanding of the technical and aesthetic issues involved in composing drawings.
Digital Filmmaking (COM 110) this course provides an introduction to the art of filmmaking in the medium of digital video. Students will be required to write, shoot and edit short films using the college’s digital cameras and editing equipment.
Veterinary Clinical Pathology
This is a course for veterinary technology students where they will study laboratory techniques and procedures used in evaluating veterinary clinical samples. This will include hematology, urinalysis, parasitology, cytology, serology, microbiology, blood coagulation, blood biochemistry, and immunologic tests as well as any other topics related to essential American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) skills assigned to this course.
CIS 118 Information Technology Fundamentals
This course is an overview of the Information Technology field. Topics will include pervasive themes in IT, application domains, history of IT and related disciplines, social and organizational contexts, computer hardware, web design, programming, operating systems, application software, security, and the principles of networks. Hands-on exercises will allow the student to explore the various activities of the profession.
CIS 133 Introduction to Programming
This course is an introductory course and is taught using Python programming language. Topics will include elementary data structures, modules, algorithms, simple recursion, data abstraction, object oriented programming, coding styles, internal documentation, debugging techniques and testing. Emphasis will be placed on solving simple problems in a variety of application domains using programs.
CIS 220 Information Security
This course covers the principles of computer, network, and data security with an emphasis on defensive strategies to safeguard information. Topics taught will include protecting the applications and operating systems, limiting exposure to known risks, hardening networks, and use of guidelines to safeguard data.