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Sunday, September 24, 2017

Curricular Programs

Academic Success

Career Seminar

PLO 1: Describe personal value for education

PLO 2: Demonstrate an understanding of workplace culture.

PLO 3: Use appropriate learning and/or career resources to ensure academic success.

PLO 4: Develop a degree plan that includes steps for degree completion.

College Studies

PLO 1: Formulate a set of expectations of a college student.

PLO 2: Utilize resources to ensure academic success.

PLO 3: Select the most appropriate study skills for each learning activity.

PLO 4: Demonstrate understanding of financial literacy.

PLO 5: Develop a degree plan that includes steps for degree completion.

PLO 6: identify career planning tools appropriate to workforce entry.

Developmental Math

PLO 1: The student will calculate basic operations using whole numbers, integers, fractions and/or decimals to include simplifying variable expressions.

PLO 2: The student will solve algebraic problems involving linear equations to include linear equations using one and two variables, graphing ordered pairs, finding slope and y-intercept using the slope-intercept equation form, and simplifying exponential and polynomials expressions.

PLO 3: The student will solve mathematical equations involving the following: factoring of trinomials, quadratic equations using factoring, equations involving rational expressions, simplifying square roots with negative radicands, and quadratic equations using the Quadratic Formula.

Developmental Reading

PLO 1: Analyze context clues and figurative language to determine the meaning of words and phrases.

PLO 2: Identify the stated, implied main idea, and central point as well as supporting details in a passage.

PLO 3: Make inferences based upon information in reading passages.

PLO 4: Recognize the structure and organization of paragraphs in informational and literary text.

PLO 5: Given a passage to read, the student will recognize fact, opinion, purpose, and tone.

Developmental Writing

PLO 1: Students will identify major and minor grammatical errors.

PLO 2: Students will develop a written essay using analytical skills for the final paper of the course, demonstrating an understanding of purpose, tone, and audience.

PLO 3: Students will develop a written paragraph using analytical skills for the final paper of the course, demonstrating an understanding of purpose, tone and audience.

PLO 4: Students will develop a written essay using analytical skills for the final paper of the course, demonstrating a clear understanding of usage and style, exhibiting appropriate sentence structure.

PLO 5: Students will develop a written paragraph using analytical skills for the final paper of the course, demonstrating a clear understanding of usage and style, exhibiting appropriate sentence structure.

PLO 6: Students will demonstrate academic integrity.

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Allied Health Education and Human Services programs

Allied Health – AAS

Allied Health: Radiography option

PLO 1: Students will demonstrate appropriate and culturally competent professional-to-patient interactions and professional-to-office personnel interactions 95% of the time.

PLO 2: Students will calculate with 90% accuracy radiation exposures in order to produce quality radiographs while ensuring safe radiation practices.

Allied Health: Dental Assisting option – AAS

PLO 1: Students will prepare and perform coronal polish and fluoride application procedures on a manikin and two classmates.

PLO 2: Students will be able to demonstrate the operation of the basic components of the x-ray machine and control panel.

Occupational Therapy Assistant – AAS

PLO 1: Students will draft patient notes following the SOAP Form format with 95% accuracy.

PLO 2: Students will use reputable, research-based information to inform and provide professional quality presentations regarding occupational therapy topics.

PLO 3: Students will use reputable, research-based sources regarding occupational therapy-related information and report them in the appropriate format (APA style).

Pre-Health Care Studies TC-CP

Dental Assisting – TC

PLO 1: Students will prepare and perform coronal polish and fluoride application procedures on a manikin and two classmates.

PLO 2: Students will be able to demonstrate the operation of the basic components of the x-ray machine and control panel.

K-8 Teaching – ASE

PLO 1: Apply developmentally appropriate standards to the daily classroom practices and instructional practices.

PLO 2: Demonstrate ethical behavior and principals drawn from the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct.

PLO 3: Apply culturally competent practices with children, families, colleagues and the community.

PLO 4: Apply developmental domains, developmental learning theories, learning theories, technology learning theories, and instructional practices to a variety of formal educational activities.

Early Childhood Development - AAS, TC, CP

PLO 1: Apply developmentally appropriate NAEYC standards to their daily classroom practices and instructional practices.

PLO 2: Demonstrate ethical behavior and principals drawn from the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct.

PLO 3: Apply culturally competent practices with children, parents, families, colleagues and the community.

PLO 4: Develop instructional lessons and materials to meet learning standards and developmental theories and principles.

PLO 5: Develop individualized behavioral plans based on analysis of a child’s environmental and developmental influences.

Practical Nursing – TC

PLO 1: Identifies and applies effective communication skills regarding health care, with members of the health care system, community, client, family members, and other members of the health care team

PLO 2: Demonstrates the ability to apply a prescribed care regimen recognizing each person as a holistic, ever changing being affected by environmental changes.

PLO 3: Demonstrates the ability to follow written and verbal instructions, exercise sound judgment, and render safe and effective nursing care within the scope of practical nursing for the following: catheterization, intravenous infusion, medication administration and suctioning.

PLO 4: Demonstrates the ability to observe and respond to the client’s needs on an individual basis utilizing the nursing process.

PLO 5: In the delivery of nursing care, demonstrates respect for the dignity of individuals/groups as established in the Nursing Code of Ethics and the Arkansas Nurse Practice Act.

PLO 6: Following standard practices for diabetes care and the established insulin administration protocol, demonstrates safe and effective care while communicating clear instructions to a patient during insulin administration.

Nursing Assistant - CP

Respiratory Therapy – AAS

PLO 1: Using data from laboratory and physiologic examinations and from the Patient Record, determine any needed additional clinical information followed by recommendations and/or modifications for and application of appropriate diagnostics and therapeutic procedures.

PLO 2: Operate respiratory equipment using proper medical protocols, maintaining safe functionality, removing bronchopulmonary secretions, and performing Quality Control Procedures while ensuring Infection Control.

PLO 3: Determine the appropriateness of the prescribed respiratory care plan and recommend modifications or independently make modifications during care when indicated by data, patient’s responses or as needed in an emergency response situation in order to achieve respiratory support.

PLO 4: Apply appropriate communication, clerical, and clinical procedural skills necessary in the role and scope of respiratory care to assist the physician, and to initiate and conduct pulmonary rehabilitation and home care.

Cosmetology – TC

PLO 1: Given a client scenario (to include the client’s face shape, hair level, texture, porosity, desired target color and style), the cosmetology student will use the five elements and principles of hair design to determine how to enhance the haircut, camouflaging face-shape imperfections, and analyze the hair structure to determine the appropriate chemicals and color formula to accomplish the desired service safely.

PLO 2: Given a picture of a specific haircut for a client, the cosmetology student will be able to identify reference points on the head, define angles, elevations and guidelines, and list the tools needed to create the desired style.

PLO 3: Given a client chemical application scenario, the cosmetology student will be able to a) select the most appropriate procedure and chemicals to use; b) explain the structure and purpose of the hair’s layers; c) describe the most appropriate use of relaxers and curl reforming; and d) perform the procedure.

PLO 4: Given a client scenario, the cosmetology student will demonstrate the proper processes using the applicable knowledge and the appropriate tools while following client protection, safety, and infection control procedures.

PLO 5: Given a client scenario involving a hair and scalp condition, cosmetology students will identify the properties and condition of the skin and scalp and its affliction, and recommend an appropriate course of action.

PLO 6: Given a client scenario involving the use of hair enhancements (wigs, braids, cornrows, extensions, hair pieces, etc.), the cosmetology student will create an appropriate hairstyle.

PLO 7: Given a client scenario involving fingernails and toenails, the cosmetology student demonstrate the safe and proper use of the appropriate tools to care and maintain nail health.

PLO 8: Given a client scenario involving a nail condition, cosmetology students will describe the structure and composition of nails and identify the disorder or irregularities of the afflicted nails and recommend an appropriate course of action.

PLO 9: Given a client scenario involving nail enhancements, the cosmetology student will create a specific nail style and safely and correctly apply, maintain and remove the nail enhancements.

PLO 10: Given a client scenario involving skin, the cosmetology student will perform skin analysis, select the most appropriate skin care and makeup products to perform basic makeup application that enhances the client’s features.

PLO 11: Given a client scenario involving a skin condition, the cosmetology student will correctly identify the skin affliction and determine the most appropriate course of action.

PLO 12: Given a client hair removal scenario, the cosmetology student will identify and perform safely, various types of hair removal techniques.

PLO  13: Given a client facial scenario, the cosmetology student will demonstrate the proper procedures using the applicable knowledge and appropriate tools and products while following client protection, safety, and infection control procedures.

PLO 14: Cosmetology students will identify a variety of career paths and opportunities available in the profession.

SLO 15: The cosmetology student will demonstrate effective communication skills and professionalism by conducting a successful client consultation and needs assessment.

PLO 16: The cosmetology student will apply all state and federal health and safety rules/laws governing the cosmetology profession as they perform tasks daily in a salon-type setting.

Cosmetology Instructor - TC

Nail Technology – TC

PLO 1: Given a client scenario involving fingernails and toenails, the cosmetology student demonstrate the safe and proper use of the appropriate tools to care and maintain nail health.

PLO 2: Given a client scenario involving a nail condition, cosmetology students will describe the structure and composition of nails and identify the disorder or irregularities of the afflicted nails and recommend an appropriate course of action.

PLO 3: Given a client scenario involving nail enhancements, the cosmetology student will create a specific nail style and safely and correctly apply, maintain and remove the nail enhancements.

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Business Information and Technology programs

Technology and Engineering (MNSS, Business, IT)

Business – AAS, AS, TC or CP Accounting

PLO 1: Record routine journal entries from a source document.

PLO 2: Prepare an adjusted trial balance.

PLO 3: Prepare the four basic financial statements of a sole proprietorship in accordance with GAAP.

PLO 4: Record closing entries.

Business –Entrepreneurship AAS, AS

PLO 1: Develop a personal business plan for a small business.

PLO 2: Identify steps in starting a business.

PLO 3: Develop a marketing plan for a small business.

PLO 4: Demonstrate a working knowledge of SWOT within a small business model.

PLO 5: Identify advertising opportunities within/for a small business venture.

PLO 6: Identify different selling opportunities within/for a small business.

PLO 7: Identify funding opportunities for individual small business ventures.

PLO 8: Identify business opportunities though current business trends.

PLO 9: Brainstorm new business ideas and concepts.

PLO 10: Recognize the importance of motivation and leadership within an organization.

Business –Entrepreneurship TC or CP

PLO 1: Develop a personal business plan for a small business.

PLO 2: Identify steps in starting a business.

PLO 3: Demonstrate a working knowledge of SWOT within a small business model.

PLO 4: Identify advertising opportunities within/for a small business venture.

PLO 5: Identify different selling opportunities within/for a small business.

PLO 6: Identify funding opportunities for individual small business ventures.

PLO 7: Identify business opportunities though current business trends.

PLO 8: Brainstorm new business ideas and concepts.

PLO 9: Recognize the importance of motivation and leadership within an organization.

Business – Ethics (course)

CLO 1: Demonstrate legal/ethical principles in business decision-making.

Business – Keyboarding (course)

CLO 1: Student will draft and format in the approved manner a grammatically correct business letter with 90% minimum accuracy.

CLO 2: Student will draft and format in the approved manner a grammatically correct email with 90% minimum accuracy.

CLO 3: Student will format in the approved manner a grammatically correct business report that uses footnotes with 90% minimum accuracy.

CLO 4: Student will draft and format in the approved manner a grammatically correct reflection paper with 90% minimum accuracy.

CLO 5: Student will draft and format in the approved manner a grammatically correct reflection oral presentation with 90% minimum accuracy.

Business - AAS, AS, TC or CP Medical Office Technology

PLO 1: Demonstrate ethical conduct in the healthcare environment.

PLO 2: Demonstrate ability to establish and maintain successful patient relations.

PLO 3: Demonstrate knowledge and skills in work organization.

PLO 4: Demonstrate relevant knowledge of computer concepts and applicable software including spreadsheets and make effective presentations.

PLO 5: Demonstrate ability to utilize a medical office filing system.

PLO 6: Demonstrate ability to operate electronic computing, communication, billing and coding systems in an outpatient facility.

PLO 7: Demonstrate a basic understanding of medical terminology, human anatomy, and disease processes as relevant to medical transcription and diagnosis/CPT coding in an outpatient.

PLO 8: Demonstrate a basic ability to utilize diagnosis and CPT coding manuals to code patient diagnoses and procedures in an outpatient facility.

PLO 9: Demonstrate ability to correctly transcribe patient medical records in an outpatient facility.

PLO 10: Clearly express ideas, information and concepts in various modes and media, including the proper use of appropriate technology

Business - AAS, AS, TC or CP Office Supervision & Management

PLO 1: Prepare a variety of financial statements (e.g. income statement, owner’s equity and balance sheet) and draft an analysis of results.

PLO 2: Demonstrate effective, research-based management and motivational skills through human relations, teamwork and communication.

PLO 3: Differentiate between and among types of business ownership (sole proprietorship, partnership, and corporation).

PLO 4: Demonstrate legal/ethical principles in business decision-making.

PLO 5: Apply economic principles and theory to management decisions.

Business - Office Technology AAS, AS

PLO 1: Demonstrate document format knowledge and word processing skills to design, compose and create Word documents with the use of font formatting (color, style, size), Paragraph formatting (center, justify, right-align), header styles, custom margins, columns, column breaks, section breaks (continuous), bulleted lists, tables, and image formatting (ClipArt, photo).

PLO 2: Demonstrate proper typing technique and speed ability using a 3-minute timed writing through which total errors are reduced overall.

PLO 3: Create an Excel worksheet with charts either embedded or on a separate sheet, applying formulas, functions, and formatting.

PLO 4: Create an Excel worksheet using advanced functions as follows: Displaying and Filter Worksheets; Advanced Charts and File Creation; Excel Template Files; and Advanced Data Reporting.

Business - Office Technology TC or CP

PLO 1: Demonstrate document format knowledge and word processing skills to design, compose and create a variety of business correspondences (as follows: business letter, resumé, cover letter, business memo, Report: business or academic).

PLO 2: Create an Excel worksheet with charts either embedded or on a separate sheet, applying formulas, functions, and formatting as follows: format worksheet, formulae, cell references, basic calculations, develop a basic chart (pie, column, bar, line).

PLO 3: Given an ethical dilemma commonly encountered in a business environment, distinguish between ethics, morals, codes of conduct, and the law.

PLO 4: Given a business scenario/case study involving an employee-manager issue, the student will identify the existing management style, leadership skills and motivational tactics in use followed by recommendations for how to address each issue as well as any new procedures or policies to be implemented in order to more effectively address the situation.

PLO 5: Given a financial statement, the student will analyze and explain the statement aspects for the following: Expenditures; Errors; Misclassifications of funds.

Business - AAS, AS, TC or CP Paralegal Technology/Legal Secretarial

PLO 1: Analyze factual situations and apply legal precedent to those facts.

PLO 2: Demonstrate organizational skills, including the ability to organize evidence and client files using applicable technology tools while following industry standards.

PLO 3: Communicate effectively with clients, attorneys, and the court system.

PLO 4: Perform legal research, including the ability to: a) find the law applicable to a legal problem, in both print and electronic sources ; b) apply the law to a legal problem; c) cite check the legal sources.

PLO 5: Demonstrate effective legal writing skills, including the ability to perform the following: a) write case briefs; b) draft client correspondence and legal documents; c) use proper legal citation.

PLO 6: Demonstrate effective computer skills, including word processing programs, database programs, spreadsheet programs, time and billing programs, litigation support programs, trial graphics and presentation software, and case management software.

PLO 7: Use effective interviewing and investigation skills.

PLO 8: Demonstrate an understanding of the legal process and the nature of law practice, including the role of the paralegal in the delivery of legal services.

PLO 9: Apply legal and ethical principles to guide paralegal conduct.

PLO 10: Employ basic principles of law office management.

Computer Information Systems - CIS Applied Programming, AAS, TC, CP

PLO 1: Develop a computer program that effectively utilizes the concepts of edit, compile, and run.

PLO 2: Design algorithmic solutions to simple business problems.

PLO 3: Convert algorithms to computer programs using a programming language.

PLO 4: Test and verify programs.

PLO 5: Develop server-side web applications.

PLO 6: Identify and use SQL “data types” appropriately when adding tables.

Computer Information Systems - CIS Networking AAS, TC, CP

PLO 1: Design, implement and maintain network infrastructures for businesses benefitting from both local and Internet technologies

PLO 2: Successfully install, configure and manage the most current version of both the server and client operating systems for small to mid-sized businesses.

PLO 3: Utilize network technologies for use in switching, routing, analyzing, and securing data over local, wide, and wireless networks

CIS Computer Concepts (course)

CLO 1: Recognize and interpret technical terminology associated with the use of computer hardware, software, the Internet, and popular applications.

CLO 2: Use Internet research tools to collect data and information regarding software application requirements, Internet service providers, and career information.

CLO 3: Formulate a plan of action to avoid Internet security threats.

CLO 4: Apply industry standard file management methods to organize file storage.

CLO 5: Develop projects using word processors and multimedia software: Word: business letter, research paper, sales flyer; and PowerPoint: Career choice.

Digital Media Production – AAS, TC, CP

PLO 1: Students will demonstrate the process of digital video editing using industry standard software.

PLO 2: Students will demonstrate the process of digital graphic design using industry standard software.

PLO 3: Students will demonstrate the process of digital image manipulation using industry standard software.

PLO 4: Students will demonstrate the process of digital sound editing using industry standard software.

Digital Media Production - Audio Engineering option AAS, TC

PLO 1: Students will demonstrate the process of digital sound editing using industry standard software.

Digital Media Production - Digital Cinematography Editing option AAS, TC

PLO 1: Students will demonstrate the process of digital video editing using industry standard software.

PLO 2: Students will demonstrate the process of digital graphic design using industry standard software.

PLO 3: Students will demonstrate the process of digital image manipulation using industry standard software.

PLO 4: Students will demonstrate the process of digital sound editing using industry standard software.

Digital Media Production - Digital Graphics option AAS, TC

PLO 1: Students will demonstrate the process of digital graphic design using industry standard software.

PLO 2: Students will demonstrate the process of digital image manipulation using industry standard software.

Digital Media Production - Web Design AAS, TC

PLO 1: Create web sites using HTML and CSS code.

PLO 2: Modify web sites using HTML and CSS code.

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Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management programs

Baking & Pastry Arts - AAS , TC or CP

PLO 1A: 1) Develop skills in knife, tool, and equipment handling safely and correctly.

a) Identify & produce a variety of knife cuts.

PLO 1B: 1) Develop skills in knife, tool, and equipment handling safely and correctly.

b) Identify and operate equipment used in a professional bakeshop.

PLO 1C: Develop skills in knife, tool, and equipment handling safely and correctly.

c) Identify and utilize specialty tools used in a professional bakeshop.

PLO 2A: Apply principles of food preparation to produce a variety of pastry products.

a) Define and describe the mixing methods utilized to produce baked goods.

PLO 2B: 2) Apply principles of food preparation to produce a variety of pastry products. b) Describe the stages of the baking process.

PLO 2C: 2) Apply principles of food preparation to produce a variety of pastry products. c) List and define the stages of bread production.

PLO 3A: 3) Perform basic math functions.

a) Calculate recipes using baker’s percentages.

PLO 3B: 3) Perform basic math functions.

b) Re-calculate recipes by changing yield or ingredient amount.

PLO 3C: 3) Perform basic math functions.

c) Calculate recipe costs and determine cost per item or weight.

PLO 3D: 3) Perform basic math functions d) Determine pricing using food cost percentage.

Culinary 1301 (course)

CLO 1: Identify microorganisms which are related to food spoilage and food-borne illnesses; describe their requirements and methods for growth.

CLO 2: List and describe symptoms common to food-borne illnesses and list various ways these illnesses can be prevented.

CLO 3: Develop cleaning and sanitizing schedule and procedures for equipment and facilities.

CLO 4: Describe appropriate measures for insects, rodents and pest control eradication.

CLO 5: Conduct a sanitation self-inspection and identify modifications necessary for compliance with standards.

CLO 6: Outline the flow of food through an establishment and list the various ways contamination may be prevented along the pathway.

CLO 7: Outline the requirements for proper receiving and storage of both raw and prepared foods.

Culinary Arts AAS, TC or CP

PLO 1A: Develop skills in knife, tool, and equipment handling safely and correctly.

a) Identify & produce a variety of knife cuts.

PLO 1B: 1) Develop skills in knife, tool, and equipment handling safely and correctly.

b) Identify and operate equipment used in a professional kitchen.

PLO 1C: 1) Develop skills in knife, tool, and equipment handling safely and correctly.

c) Identify and utilize specialty tools used in a professional kitchen.

PLO 2: Perform Basic Fabrication tasks with meat, poultry, seafood and variety meats.

PLO 3: Identify and use herb, spices, oils and vinegar, condiments, marinades and rubs.

Culinary 1301 (course)

CLO 1: Identify microorganisms which are related to food spoilage and food-borne illnesses; describe their requirements and methods for growth.

CLO 2: List and describe symptoms common to food-borne illnesses and list various ways these illnesses can be prevented.

CLO 3: Develop cleaning and sanitizing schedule and procedures for equipment and facilities.

CLO 4: Describe appropriate measures for insects, rodents and pest control eradication.

CLO 5: Conduct a sanitation self-inspection and identify modifications necessary for compliance with standards.

CLO 6: Outline the flow of food through an establishment and list the various ways contamination may be prevented along the pathway.

CLO 7: Outline the requirements for proper receiving and storage of both raw and prepared foods.

Hospitality Management AAS, TC or CP

Set A

PLO 1: Using technology tools, Internet resources, and the appropriate costing calculation(s), students will calculate food and labor costs, convert recipes, calculate marketing costs, and other costs in order to forecast future sales revenue and occupancy, cost a standardized menu, and calculate various financial ratios important to hospitality business.

PLO 2: Using technology tools, Internet resources, and social media tools, students will use the four “Ps” of marketing to develop a marketing plan that appropriately incorporates social media.

Set B

PLO 1: Define and describe acceptable procedures when preparing potentially hazardous foods to include time/temperature principles.

PLO 2: List the major causes of food spoilage and define food spoilage indicators.

PLO 3: Identify the seven HACCP Principles and the critical control points during all food handling processes as a method for minimizing the risk of food-borne illnesses.

PLO 4: Discuss how HACCP practices are addressed in the purchasing, receiving, storing, and issuing procedures.

PLO 5: Describe types of cleaners and sanitizers and their proper use and develop a cleaning and sanitizing schedule and procedures for equipment and facilities.

PLO 6: Identify proper methods of waste disposal and recycling.

PLO 7: Recognize sanitary and safety design and construction features of food production equipment and facilities in order to become ServSafe Certified

Set C

PLO 1: Identify microorganisms which are related to food spoilage and food-borne illnesses; describe their requirements and methods for growth.

PLO 2: List and describe symptoms common to food-borne illnesses and list various ways these illnesses can be prevented.

PLO 3: Develop cleaning and sanitizing schedule and procedures for equipment and facilities.

PLO 4: Describe appropriate measures for insects, rodents and pest control eradication.

PLO 5: Conduct a sanitation self-inspection and identify modifications necessary for compliance with standards.

PLO 6: Outline the flow of food through an establishment and list the various ways contamination may be prevented along the pathway.

PLO 7: Outline the requirements for proper receiving and storage of both raw and prepared foods.

Culinary 1301 (course)

CLO 1: Identify microorganisms which are related to food spoilage and food-borne illnesses; describe their requirements and methods for growth.

CLO 2: List and describe symptoms common to food-borne illnesses and list various ways these illnesses can be prevented.

CLO 3: Develop cleaning and sanitizing schedule and procedures for equipment and facilities.

CLO 4: Describe appropriate measures for insects, rodents and pest control eradication.

CLO 5: Conduct a sanitation self-inspection and identify modifications necessary for compliance with standards.

CLO 6: Outline the flow of food through an establishment and list the various ways contamination may be prevented along the pathway.

CLO 7: Outline the requirements for proper receiving and storage of both raw and prepared foods.

Wine Studies & Service TC or CP

PLO 1: Describe the function of beverage operations within the hospitality environment.

PLO 2: Describe the styles and characteristics of principal Wines, Spirits and Beers of the world by providing key factors influencing style, quality and value.

PLO 3: Identify the seven HACCP Principles and the critical control points during all food handling processes as a method for minimizing the risk of food-borne illnesses.

PLO 4: Advise management regarding selection, service and storage of wine, spirits and other beverages.

PLO 5: Apply the systematic tasting approach in order to accurately describe and quantify a product.

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Fine Arts programs

Communication – AA or AS (Course 1300)

CLO 1: Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills

CLO 2: Students will demonstrate research and organizational skills by developing a full-sentence outline with citations

CLO 3: Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze an interpersonal communication scenario by identifying how communication style affects decision making and interpersonal competence.

Communication – AA or AS (Course 2310)

CLO 1: Students will demonstrate effective verbal and nonverbal communication by developing a group presentation associated with a selected group communication theory.

CLO 2: Students will demonstrate research and organizational skills by developing an interpersonal communication paper highlighting a selected theory.

CLO 3: Students will demonstrate ability to analyze an intercultural communication scenario by engaging in a personal interview with community member grounded in culture theory and developing a presentation on findings.

English – Composition I & II AA or AS (Course)

CLO 1: Demonstrate an ability to think critically and creatively by writing well-argued, well organized essays that articulate a solid thesis, use several key supporting examples from primary and academic secondary sources, and provide a conclusion illustrates the overall importance of the topic being discussed.

CLO 2: Generate critical, well-organized arguments through the synthesis of material from various sources, including researched secondary sources.

CLO 3: Demonstrate a mastery of formatting guidelines through proper page layout of written works, proper citation formats, and proper punctuation.

CLO 4 Students demonstrate the ethical use of information while writing in an academic environment.

CLO 5: Demonstrate a mastery of formatting guidelines through proper page layout of written works, proper citation formats, and proper punctuation.

CLO 6: Construct and revise arguments that exemplify analytical and stylistic control of language and that exhibit proper usage of Standard American English, including syntax, grammar, and mechanics.

English - Literature AA or AS (Course)

CLO 1: Compose and justify interpretations of specific literary works using textual evidence for support.

CLO 2: Discover artistic and/or historical contributions to literature by evaluating the stylistic, formal, thematic, and/or rhetorical elements of texts.

CLO 3: Identify, evaluate, compare, analyze, and interpret the major literary genres.

CLO 4: Formulate connections between literary works and their culture/historical context.

CLO 5: Investigate literary, historical, social, and/or cultural significance to critically interpret texts.

Interdisciplinary Studies – AA or AS

Course: Philosophy

CLO 1: Develop an appreciation of various points of views.

CLO 2: Demonstrate critical inquiry.

CLO 3: Demonstrate a familiarity with the crucial concepts relevant to a philosophical analysis of reality, knowledge, human values, and critical reasoning.

Course: Exploring Religion

CLO 1: Distinguish between the academic study of religion and the confessional-apologetic study of religion.

CLO 2: Summarize and criticize the work of important theorists.

CLO 3: Given various religious phenomena, describe each in terms of the six main dimensions of religion while explaining the relationships among the phenomena and the dimensions.

CLO 4: Examine religion’s influence on personal and social identity.

Course: Religion in the US

CLO 1: Describe the major “religious families” according to J. Gordon Melton’s typology.

CLO 2: Given a religious family, explain the impact and contributions of the primary figure’s doctrinal and political teachings on American religion, politics, culture and responses between church and state.

CLO 3: Analyze the major themes of American Religious history.

CLO 4: Analyze how American religious thought and practice have influenced the American social, political and economic institutions.

Course: Ethics

CLO 1: Develop an appreciation of various ethical theories.

CLO 2: Demonstrate critical inquiry into contemporary societal issues that pertain to ethics.

CLO 3: Demonstrate a familiarity with the crucial concepts relevant to a philosophical analysis of morality and values.

CLO 4: Develop an understanding of various societal constraints such as religion, law, and etiquette, as they relate to the development of ethics.

Foreign Language – AA or AS American Sign Language, German, French, or Spanish

PLO 1: Expresses self in conversations on very familiar topics using a variety of words, phrases, simple sentences, and questions that have been highly practiced and memorized.

Performing Arts - AA or AS Theater

Performing Arts - AA or AS Music (Course MUSC 2300)

CLO 1: Subjectively and objectively analyze artistic musical expressions, including such topics as follows: identifying the basic components of music using discipline-specific terminology, aurally identifying rudimentary melodic, harmonic, rhythmic, and textural structures as well as identifying the historical and cultural context, and stylistic period of the piece.

Philosophy – AA or AS

Course: Philosophy

CLO 1: Develop an appreciation of various points of views.

 CLO 2: Demonstrate critical inquiry.

CLO 3: Demonstrate a familiarity with the crucial concepts relevant to a philosophical analysis of reality, knowledge, human values, and critical reasoning.

Visual Arts - AA or AS (Course 2300)

CLO 1: Students will visit a museum or gallery and write a formal analysis (3-5 pages) of a selected artwork using terminology appropriate to the course.

CLO 2: Students will identify and provide reasonable justification of each of the elements of art commonly used to analyze works of art.

CLO 3: Students will identify and analyze the role of art in various cultures.

CLO 4: Students will identify and provide reasonable justification of each of the principles of art commonly used to analyze works of art.

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Mathematics/Natural & Social Sciences programs

Behavioral Sciences – Cultural Anthropology (Course)

CLO 1: Identify and describe the primary social institutions recognized within cultural anthropology.

CLO 2: Differentiate between ethnocentrism and cultural relativism using definitions and examples.

CLO 3: Using the tools, techniques, and processes of ethnographic fieldwork, conduct an investigation and present findings regarding a particular institution, human system, micro-culture.

CLO 4: Apply the cultural anthropology concepts and theories regarding relationships and interconnections among gender, race, ethnicity, and social class to the description and analysis of an institution, social phenomenon or cultural phenomenon.

CLO 5: Using concepts and theories from cultural anthropology, describe, analyze, and explain human interactions, human systems or micro-cultures encountered in everyday life.

Behavioral Sciences – Psychology AA or AS

CLO 1: The student will distinguish among the major schools of thought and their historical backgrounds.

CLO 2: The student will demonstrate an understanding of basic research methods in psychology.

CLO 3: The student will explain and apply historical and contemporary perspectives in psychology.

CLO 4: The student will recognize the cognitive, biological, and social/cultural influences of behavior.

CLO 5: The student will apply psychological knowledge in everyday life and real-world contexts.

Behavioral Sciences – Sociology AA or AS

CLO 1: Demonstrate an understanding of sociological perspectives applied in the study of culture, people and society.

CLO 2: Apply sociological theories and methods in the analysis of society and social structures.

CLO 3: Describe the various primary and social institutions as well as the underlying economic, cultural and political factors that effect and determine the structure of society.

CLO 4: Demonstrate knowledge of the importance of culture and its components, and cultural context along with cross-cultural differences and commonalities.

CLO 5: Summarize socialization, its impacts on the individual in society, and its effects on the structure of society.

CLO 6: Using sociological theory, describe the different levels of social organization including roles and status within groups, formal organizations, bureaucracy and larger forms of organizations such as community and society.

CLO 7: Analyze and evaluate using a sociological perspective social inequalities within society regarding age, race, religion, ancestry, sexual orientation gender and social class.

CLO 8: Through a sociological lens, evaluate the effects of globalization on community and society, societal norms and culture.

Behavioral Sciences – Social Work AA or AS (Course: SOWK 1301)

CLO 1: Demonstrate ethical practices and a social worker professional identity within a variety of practice contexts.

CLO 2: Recognize and describe the extent to which a culture’s structures and values may oppress, marginalize, alienate, create, or enhance privilege and power.

CLO 3: Apply theoretical frameworks supported by research-based evidence in order to understand individual development and behavior across the lifespan and the interactions among individuals and between individuals and families, groups, organizations, and communities.

CLO 4: Demonstrate consideration of both the individual and the environment when collecting, organizing, and interpreting client data.

CLO 5: Recognize the forms and mechanisms of oppression and discrimination.

Behavioral Sciences – Social Work AA or AS (Course: SOCI 2333: Social Problems)

CLO 1: Describe the differences and similarities between private problems and public issues, and personal blame and systemic blame.

CLO 2: Apply research-based theories and facts related to social problems and the social construction of these problems.

CLO 3: Differentiate between the myths and the facts related to social problems.

Life Sciences – Biology AA or AS

Course: Biology

PLO 1: The student will demonstrate basic microscopy skills in order to view an onion skin slide.

PLO 2: The student will distinguish from among the four major biological molecules for their structure and function.

Course: Anatomy 1

PLO 1: The AP 1 & 2 student will demonstrate intermediate microscopy skills in order to locate and identify designated tissues/cell structures.

PLO 2: The AP 1 student will demonstrate knowledge of homeostasis and negative feedback as it relates to blood glucose.

Course: Anatomy 2

PLO 1: The AP 1&2 student will demonstrate intermediate microscopy skills in order to locate and identify designated tissues/cell structures.

PLO 2: The AP 2 student will compare and contrast Type I & Type II diabetes.

Course: Microbiology

PLO 1: The student will demonstrate advanced microscopy skills in order to perform a gram stain on an instructor provided bacterium and properly identify the bacteria as to its gram characteristics.

 PLO 2: The student will compare and contrast the bacterial infections that are highly associated with Type 2 diabetes.

Course: Botany

CLO 1: When given a plant specimen to observe using a microscope, the student will demonstrate basic microscopy skills.

CLO 2: Given the plant name, describe the life cycle using illustrations and appropriate terminology for each phase of the plant’s development.

CLO 3 Describe morphology as it applies to a specific plant.

Course: Health & Nutrition (HLSC 2300)

CLO 1: Students will compose a balanced meal using the USDA five food groups making considerations for nutrient density and serving proportions.

CLO 2: Develop an exercise plan that addresses the four components of fitness.

Mathematics - AA or AS

Course: College Algebra

CLO 1: Perform and solve basic function operations and algebraic problems (absolute values, quadratic, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, exponential, graphing of inequalities and quadratic inequalities) using appropriate vocabulary.

CLO 2: Use technology to apply mathematical concepts.

CLO 3: Interpret applications of mathematical data.

Course: Business Calculus

CLO 1: Perform and solve basic differentiation and integration (polynomial, rational, logarithmic, exponential) using appropriate vocabulary.

CLO 2: Interpret applications of mathematical data.

CLO 3: Prove knowledge of limits.

Physical Sciences – AA or AS Chemistry

PLO/CLO 1: The student will realize the definition of the specific discipline under study.

PLO/CLO 2: The student will assign and demonstrate the use of significant figures in numbers used in calculations resulting in values and units dictated by the rules of significant figures.

PLO/CLO 3: The student will begin with measurement values and units and make unit conversions between the Metric and American systems.

PLO/CLO 4: The student will build a pictorial and mental model of the chemical elements based on their internal and external structure.

PLO/CLO 5: The student will generate the appropriate electron configuration in both neutral and charged elements for use in making compounds.

PLO/CLO 6: The student will apply the rules of naming compounds to include ionic, covalent, acids, and bases.

PLO/CLO 7: The student will utilize the attractive properties of elements and ions in the formation of both the ionic and covalent bond.

PLO/CLO 8: The student will arrange both ionic and covalent compounds and some elements in the appropriate form of a balanced chemical equation.

PLO/CLO 9: The student will apply the mole concept to the balanced chemical equation to calculate the amounts of substances that are involved during a chemical change.

Social Sciences - AA or AS History

CLO/PLO 1: Students will examine a given historical event, issue, or individual to identify and discuss the impact of intellectual, political, religious, social, or cultural factors.

CLO/PLO 2: Students will compare and contrast two civilizations, individuals, social or political movements, ideas, time periods, religions, governments, economic systems or ideologies.

Social Sciences – AA or AS Political Science

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Technical and Industrial programs

Advanced Manufacturing

PLO 1: Recognize safety hazards and potential safety issues and apply safe work practices and procedures in accordance with OSHA standards to safely handle tools, personal protective equipment, and a variety of materials used in manufacturing.

PLO 2: Apply mathematical and geometrical concepts and procedures to measure basic manufacturing shapes using metric units.

PLO 3: Communicate effectively through both written and verbal form in work place scenarios using appropriate technical information within cultural and professional relationship contexts.

PLO 4: Analyze a product for the purposes of the following:

  • identifying the manufacturing process used;
  • identifying similar products that could be manufactured from the same process;
  • identifying the type of materials used; and
  • to conduct reverse engineering processes.

PLO 5: Apply accurate design methodology and use industry standard software and machining tools to improve quality and production.

PLO 6: Apply industry standard techniques and the principals of quality control and management to manufacturing processes based on analysis of manufacturing requirements and given the end use of the product and operating conditions.

PLO 7: Program, integrate, maintain, and troubleshoot robots and robotics systems for industrial applications.

PLO 8: Select industrial programs and integrate devices to create automated systems.

PLO 9: Apply the operation, wiring, control of motors, drives, and hydraulic/pneumatic/photonics systems to automated and robotic manufacturing processes.

Aviation Maintenance Technology - AAS
Airframe Aviation Maintenance TC
Powerplant Aviation Maintenance -TC
Applied Electronics Technology – AAS

PLO 1: identify basic electrical hazards and describe risk mitigation techniques.

PLO 2: Make electrical calculations as needed in a variety of circuits and electrical appliances in order to ascertain electrical values critical to safe functionality.

PLO 3: Given an electrical issue, identify, troubleshoot, and provide a solutions for electrical defects in various series, parallel and series-parallel circuits.

PLO 4: Given an electrical issue within a control circuit or appliance/electrically-powered machine, identify, troubleshoot , and provide a solution for an electrical defect.

Automotive Technology – TC

PLO 1: Apply safe work practices in a manner compatible with OSHA requirements and automotive industry expectations.

PLO 2: Locate and employ applicable vehicle and service information from a variety of resources in order to correctly diagnose, and repair or correct malfunctions within each major automotive system.

PLO 3: Demonstrate knowledge and skills to inspect, diagnose, and repair to industry standards the major systems found in current automobiles.

PLO 4: Identify and explain the function of automotive parts and systems.

PLO 5: Identify and explain the function of, and demonstrate the use of hand tools and computerized diagnostic tools used in the automotive repair industry.

PLO 6: Calculate electrical properties referencing Ohm’s Law.

Tire Center Operator - CP
Engine Machinist - CP
Alternative Fuels - CP
Collision Repair – TC

PLO 1: Demonstrate knowledge of safe and appropriate use of equipment and tools used in collision repair safety, along with OSHA and EPA protective regulations in regard to the handling of hazardous materials.

PLO 2: Demonstrate professionalism in both the classroom and lab. This includes the following: technically accurate communication; safe/appropriate equipment/tool usage; proactive and responsible actions throughout all procedures; a positive attitude; ability to follow directions (written and verbal); and being aware of surroundings.

PLO 3: Demonstrate correct and accurate use of a variety of tools to repair metal or plastic products.

PLO 4: After examining a damaged car part (metal or plastic), students will differentiate among a full panel, blend panel, or spot repair, and will then formulate and execute a repair plan that includes selecting the correct tools, abrasive grits, chemicals, replacement parts, primer/paints following proper procedures to meet factory recommendations for an acceptable finish.

PLO 5: After examining a damaged car structure or frame, formulate and execute a cosmetic straightening repair plan that follows industry standard procedures to meet factory recommendations for an acceptable repair.

PLO 6: Demonstrate knowledge of corrosion protection and proper applications of undercoats.

PLO 7: Demonstrate from set-up to clean-up safe and proper use of a MIG Welder to perform basic welds to industry standards on automotive gauge steel in the Collision Repair Industry.

PLO 8: Demonstrate proper usage of paint spraying equipment from paint/primer mixing to application of paint using a variety of spray techniques, and to the cleaning and maintenance of equipment.

Collision Repair: Body Repair and Painting – TC

PLO 1: Demonstrate knowledge of safe and appropriate use of equipment and tools used in collision repair safety, along with OSHA and EPA protective regulations in regard to the handling of hazardous materials.

PLO 2: Demonstrate professionalism in both the classroom and lab.

This includes the following: technically accurate communication, safe/appropriate equipment/tool usage, proactive and responsible actions throughout all procedures, a positive attitude, ability to follow directions (written and verbal), and being aware of surroundings.

PLO 3: Demonstrate correct and accurate use of a variety of tools to repair metal or plastic products.

PLO 4: After examining a damaged car part (metal or plastic), students will differentiate among a full panel, blend panel, or spot repair, and will then formulate and execute a repair plan that includes selecting the correct tools, abrasive grits, chemicals, replacement parts, primer/paints following proper procedures to meet factory recommendations for an acceptable finish.

PLO 5: After examining a damaged car structure or frame, formulate and execute a cosmetic straightening repair plan that follows industry standard procedures to meet factory recommendations for an acceptable repair.

PLO 6: Demonstrate knowledge of corrosion protection and proper applications of undercoats.

PLO 7: Demonstrate from set-up to clean-up safe and proper use of a MIG Welder to perform basic welds to industry standards on automotive gauge steel in the Collision Repair Industry.

PLO 8: Demonstrate proper usage of paint spraying equipment from paint/primer mixing to application of paint using a variety of spray techniques, and to the cleaning and maintenance of equipment.

Damage Analysis – CP
Construction Management – CP

PLO 1: Interpret construction drawings and specifications.

PLO 7: Using a computer and BIM software, design and create commercial and residential building plans that address building codes, ADA Codes, NFPA codes and International Building Codes, as well as OSHA 10 safety.

Construction Management – TC

PLO 2: In order to manage and monitor construction projects efficiently and cost-effectively, determine personnel, material, and financial resources as well as create and modify as needed, schedules, budgets and plans.

PLO 3: Demonstrate how to employ the various materials, processes and methods commonly used in modern construction projects.

PLO 4: Synthesize and apply building codes, zoning and other laws, and manufacturers’ specifications when planning and building construction projects of all types.

PLO 5: Draft a contract for various types of construction that addresses International Building codes, ADA codes, and NFPA codes.

PLO 6: Use current surveying technologies to lay out a building site.

PLO 8: Discuss in detail using the principles, physical concepts and properties related to the use of concrete in various types of construction projects.

PLO 9: Given construction documents, prepare a bid for a unit using a common technology tools, industry standard software applications, architectural scale ruler, basic methods of estimating, and the systems commonly used to complete quantity surveys, building plans, and specifications.

Construction Management – AAS

PLO 6: Use current surveying technologies to lay out a building site.

PLO 7: Using a computer and BIM software, design and create commercial and residential building plans that address building codes, ADA Codes, NFPA codes and International Building Codes, as well as OSHA 10 safety.

PLO 9: Given construction documents, prepare a bid for a unit using a common technology tools, industry standard software applications, architectural scale ruler, basic methods of estimating, and the systems commonly used to complete quantity surveys, building plans, and specifications.

PLO 10: Demonstrate and apply knowledge of safety planning and managing safety in construction settings through the use of OSHA 10 processes and principles.
 
Diesel Technology - TC & CP in Tractor Trailer Servicing - CP

PLO 1: Demonstrate knowledge of industry and OSHA safety standards for mechanical safety, hazardous waste material control, handling and disposal, and proper vehicle lift safety.

PLO 2: Demonstrate the proper use of diesel repair hand tools and advanced diagnostic equipment commonly used in the service and repair of diesel technology.

PLO 3: Accurately calculate mathematical problems common to the diesel technology industry such as, but not limited to the following: gear ratios, conversion between metric and US measurements, electrical circuits (Ohm’s Law), alignment angles, voltmeter, ammeter, ohmmeter readings, and cubic inch replacement.

PLO 4: Demonstrate proper techniques involved in completely removing, disassembling, cleaning, servicing, and re-assembling a diesel engine.

PLO 5: Demonstrate proper technique while performing routine inspections and preventive maintenance on diesel technology.

PLO 6: Identify and assemble the parts of diesel fuel injection systems.

PLO 7: Diagnose and repair diesel truck brake systems.

PLO 8: Diagnose and repair diesel truck drive (power) train systems.

PLO 9: Diagnose and repair heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems in diesel trucks.

PLO 10: Diagnose and repair electrical and electronic systems used in diesel trucks.

PLO 11: Demonstrate proficiency in basic operation of a tractor and trailer including the following: pre-trip inspection, proper clutch usage, coupling/uncoupling of trailer, and basic maneuvering.

Tractor Trailer Logistics - CP
Drafting & Design Technology - AAS - TC – CP

SLO 1: Using a computer and AutoCad software, create a variety of drawings applying the basic software functions of constructions, dimensioning, layering, and editing, including drawing manipulation functions.

SLO 2: Identify and describe the basic concepts and processes involved in surveying, surveying equipment and their proper usage, and surveying field methods along with their related mathematical calculations.

SLO 3: Given construction documents, prepare a bid for a unit using a common technology tools, industry standard software applications, architectural scale ruler, basic methods of estimating, and the systems commonly used to complete quantity surveys, building plans, and specifications.

SLO 4: Compile a professional portfolio consisting of the following: architectural, structural, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and civil portion of a commercial set of plans that includes heating, ventilating and air conditioning, electrical lighting and power, plumbing, and related schedules and details.

SLO 5: Interpret and explain basic construction drawings and specifications as indicated within blueprints and construction plans using a computer and Revit BIM software, design and create commercial plans that include the following: Floor Plan, Foundation Plan, Sections, Elevations, Details, HVAC, Plumbing, and Reflected Ceiling Plan.

SLO 6: Using a computer and AutoCad software application, design and develop structural plans for commercial and industrial buildings with details for construction, and fabrication.

General Technology – AAS
HVAC – AAS (all options)

PLO 1: Demonstrate industry-standard safety practices.

PLO 2: Identify and apply physics principles such as Dalton’s Law, Charles’ Law, electrical and circuitry calculations, Ohm’s Law, and pressure-temperature calculations to understanding the physical operation of HVAC-R equipment.

PLO 3: Identify and apply appropriate tools and tool maintenance procedures pertaining to HVAC-R industry.

PLO 4: Apply mathematical principles and algorithms to HVAC-R systems including electrical and circuitry, Ohm’s Law, temperature-pressure calculations, air flow and other measurements.

PLO 5: Analyze, test, diagnose, and repair HVAC-R system issues using the most appropriate tools, industry-standard procedures, and proper service techniques.

HVAC – CP

PLO 1: Identify industry standard safety and environmental procedures and requirements used in HVAC system repair and installation.

PLO 2: Identify codes and ordinances involved with HVAC system repair and installation.

PLO 3: Identify the various components of an HVAC system.

PLO 4: Identify and demonstrate the various tools of the HVAC trade and their proper usage.

PLO 5: Correctly employ HVAC tools to test temperature pressure and electrical circuitry, measure and cut materials, attach/detach hoses and valves, evacuate and charge systems, perform efficiency checks and control adjustments.

PLO 6: Apply correctly temperature pressure calculations and electrical circuit calculations and measurements in testing, troubleshooting, maintaining, and repairing HVAC systems.

PLO 7: Apply industry standard safety and environmental procedures to HVAC systems to include adding/removing refrigerant, charging/recharging systems, attaching/detaching hoses, during troubleshooting, repair and installation.

HVAC with Residential Heat & Air Option – TC

PLO 1: Demonstrate industry-standard safety practices.

PLO 2: Identify and apply appropriate tools and tool maintenance procedures pertaining to HVAC-R industry.

PLO 3: Apply mathematical principles and algorithms to HVAC-R systems including electrical and circuitry, Ohm’s Law, temperature-pressure calculations, air flow and other measurements.

PLO 4: Identify and demonstrate the various tools of the HVAC trade and their proper usage.

PLO 5: Correctly employ HVAC tools to test temperature pressure and electrical circuitry, measure and cut materials, attach/detach hoses and valves, evacuate and charge systems, perform efficiency checks and control adjustments.

PLO 6: Apply correctly temperature pressure calculations and electrical circuit calculations and measurements in testing, troubleshooting, maintaining, and repairing HVAC systems.

PLO 7: Apply industry standard safety and environmental procedures to HVAC systems to include adding/removing refrigerant, charging/recharging systems, attaching/detaching hoses, during troubleshooting, repair and installation.

PLO 8: Employ a systematic troubleshooting approach to HVAC system malfunctions following industry standards and guidelines in order to develop the most effective repair solution.

HVAC with Commercial Air Option - TC

PLO 1: Demonstrate industry-standard safety practices.

PLO 3: Identify and apply appropriate tools and tool maintenance procedures pertaining to HVAC-R industry.

PLO 4: Apply mathematical principles and algorithms to HVAC-R systems including electrical and circuitry, Ohm’s Law, temperature-pressure calculations, air flow and other measurements.

HVAC with Commercial Refrigeration Option – TC

PLO 1: Demonstrate industry-standard safety practices.

PLO 3: Identify and apply appropriate tools and tool maintenance procedures pertaining to HVAC-R industry.

PLO 4: Apply mathematical principles and algorithms to HVAC-R systems including electrical and circuitry, Ohm’s Law, temperature-pressure calculations, air flow and other measurements.

Industrial Technology - TC
Industrial Equipment Technology - TC
Machine Tool Technology/Computerized Numerical Control – TC

PLO 1: Recognize safety hazards and potential safety issues and apply safe work practices and procedures in accordance with OSHA standards to safely handle tools, personal protective equipment, and a variety of materials used in manufacturing.

PLO 2: Apply mathematical and geometrical concepts and procedures to measure basic manufacturing shapes using metric units.

PLO 3: Communicate effectively through both written and verbal form in work place scenarios using appropriate technical information within cultural and professional relationship contexts.

PLO 4: Analyze a product for the purposes of the following: identifying the manufacturing process used; identifying similar products that could be manufactured from the same process; identifying the type of materials used; and to conduct reverse engineering processes.

PLO 5: Apply accurate design methodology and use industry standard software and machining tools to improve quality and production.

PLO 6: Apply industry standard techniques and the principals of quality control and management to manufacturing processes based on analysis of manufacturing requirements and given the end use of the product and operating conditions.

PLO 7: Program, integrate, maintain, and troubleshoot robots and robotics systems for industrial applications.

PLO 8: Select industrial programs and integrate devices to create automated systems.

PLO 9: Apply the operation, wiring, control of motors, drives, and hydraulic/pneumatic/photonics systems to automated and robotic manufacturing processes.

Military Technologies - AAS
Power Sports and Equipment Tech – TC

PLO 1: Apply safe work practices in a manner compatible with OSHA requirements and power sports/equipment technology industry expectations.

PLO 2: Identify functional relationships among power sports/equipment components and systems.

PLO 3: Interpret service manuals and schematics.

PLO 4: Identify, troubleshoot, diagnose, and solve mechanical equipment/engine problems associated with power sports/equipment applications.

PLO 5: Apply preventative maintenance concepts to power sports/equipment care and storage.

PLO 6: Accurately calculate mathematical problems common to the industry such as, but limited to the following: gear ratios, conversion between metric and US measurements, electrical circuits (Ohm's Law).

Power Sports and Equipment Tech: Power Equipment CP

PLO 3: Interpret service manuals and schematics.

PLO 4: Identify, troubleshoot, diagnose, and solve mechanical equipment/engine problems associated with power sports/equipment applications.

PLO 5: Apply preventative maintenance concepts to power sports/equipment care and storage.

Power Sports and Equipment Tech: Power Equipment Option CP

PLO 3: Interpret service manuals and schematics.

PLO 4: Identify, troubleshoot, diagnose, and solve mechanical equipment/engine problems associated with power sports/equipment applications.

PLO 5: Apply preventative maintenance concepts to power sports/equipment care and storage.

Power Sports and Equipment Tech: Power Sports Option CP

PLO 3: Interpret service manuals and schematics.

PLO 4: Identify, troubleshoot, diagnose, and solve mechanical equipment/engine problems associated with power sports/equipment applications.

PLO 5: Apply preventative maintenance concepts to power sports/equipment care and storage.

Power Sports and Equipment Tech: TC

PLO 1: Apply safe work practices in a manner compatible with OSHA requirements and power sports/equipment technology industry expectations.

PLO 2: Identify functional relationships among power sports/equipment components and systems.

PLO 3: Interpret service manuals and schematics.

PLO 6: Accurately calculate mathematical problems common to the industry such as, but limited to the following: gear ratios, conversion between metric and US measurements, electrical circuits (Ohm's Law).

Welding Technology - TC – CP

PLO 1: Apply safe work practices in a manner compatible with OSHA requirements and welding industry standards.

PLO 2: Correctly use and apply welding terminology regarding welding equipment components, welds, and welding processes.

PLO 3: Demonstrate safe application of the following types of welding and cutting to ferrous, alloy and non-ferrous metals that meets or exceeds industry standards for the following: 3G Vertical SMAW [WLD 1110 & WLD 1204]; 3G & 4G Structural Steel SMAW [WLD 2110]; 3G FCAW [WLD 1704 & WLD 2110]; and 2F Fillet Weld FCAW to 1/16th” wire [WLD 1704 & WLD 2110].

PLO 4: Interpret weld symbols and blue prints for the purpose of performing basic welding techniques.

PLO 5: Demonstrate Welding Procedures Specifications (WPS): welding process, amperage, filler metal specs, base metal specs, pre-heat temperatures, and position; bend and x-ray test AWS Standard.

PLO 6: Accurately measure to 1/16” using the following tools: tape measure ruler, square, level, and various weld gauges.

PLO 7: Identify basic industry methods used to test welds.

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Co-curricular programs

Library Services

SLO 1: An information literate student will use technology to locate information.

SLO 2: Students will use critical thinking to evaluate the quality and usefulness of the information.

SLO 3: An information literate student will be able to use critical thinking to synthesize the information.

SLO 4: An information literate student will be able to communicate information in an ethical manner.

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