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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Basic Sugar WorkThis course is offered as Pass/No Credit (P/NC). This course is designed to give the student knowledge, skill and understanding in the various types of sugar work.2NoneCULA1165View
Basic TroubleshootingThis course will allow students to troubleshoot larger circuits and systems. Students will utilize schematics, wiring diagrams, functional block diagrams, component placement diagrams, deductive reasoning and test equipment to determine faulty circuits and components. A practical troubleshooting exercise will be the final test.3ELEC1250 or equivalentELEC1400View
Bedding Plant ProductionThis course is designed to introduce the student to cultural schedules, growing techniques, and profitable markets for herbaceous plants. Emphasis will be placed on spring bedding plants. The student will grow bedding plants and market them to the public.3NoneLNDC1250View
Beginning AlgebraThis course includes practical applications of basic algebra from signed numbers through solving and graphing equations plus solving systems of equations and formulas with applied problems.3Qualifying score on math assessment test OR Grade of `C` or better in either MATH1050 or MATH1060MATH1500View
Beverage ManagementThis course focuses on the management of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and the legal and liability issues involved with them. Product knowledge, storing, pricing, merchandising, and serving wines and spirits in restaurant settings are emphasized. The course examines the theory of matching food with wines, beers, and other beverages.2CULA1000, CULA1106, and CULA1116 or instructor approvalCULA1710View
Biology in SocietyThis course familiarizes students with fundamental biological principles and processes occurring in our natural world with an emphasis on real-world applications and the social impact of advances in the biological sciences. It is designed for non-science majors. Topics include scope of life, process of science, basic chemistry, cells, microorganisms, public health, biodiversity, evolution, and ecology. The laboratory component of the course is designed to give students hands-on applications of the principles taught in lecture. This course covers the characteristics of hazardous waste and the necessary safe handling, storage, and disposal. 4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and Qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH0950BIOL2001View
Blueprint Reading and EstimatingThe student will learn to read building plans and pipe diagrams, interpret floor plans, elevation views, draw isometrics and sketch detailed work drawings. Student will develop skills in estimating plumbing cost for new installations and remodels and prepare projects using industry developed estimating procedures. Estimates include material, fixtures and labor costs with profit and overhead calculations.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901PLBG1011View
Blueprint Reading and Shop DrawingsThis course teaches the fundamentals of reading blueprints and shop drawings related to the cabinetmaking industry. The students learn to retrieve information off these drawing to develop project estimates, cut lists, and production sequences.3CBTG1141CBTG1220View
Blueprint Reading for WeldersThis course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify welding symbols and manipulate fractions, decimals and metric units. Students will be able to convert measurements and determine weld specifications from engineering drawings. Students will also be able to identify,measure and inspect weldment components and assemblies given a bill of materials and a drawing.2NoneWLDG1182View
Blueprint Reading IThis course is designed for people who are currently working on, or training to be employed in technical positions that require the use of engineering drawings. Dimensions and notes, multi-view drawings, tolerancing and shop sketching will be given consideration. This course will focus on the latest drafting conventions including ANSI standards. Students will use textbooks and handouts that guide them through how blueprints are developed and how to interpret them. 3NoneMACH1056View