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Introduction to Women's Studies

Course ID
105770
Topic ID
0
Academic Term
Notes
Online Course Fee: $15. This class is WEB-BASED and offered asynchronously as a traditional online class. Students must log into Canvas on the first day of class or risk being dropped for non-attendance.
Section
3002
Minimum Units (Decimal)
3.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
3.00
Description

Interdisciplinary analysis of women in culture and society from historical and cross-cultural perspectives.

Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
101
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
WebCollege • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
673-7825
Notes (For Filter)
Online Course Fee: $15. This class is WEB-BASED and offered asynchronously as a traditional online class. Students must log into Canvas on the first day of class or risk being dropped for non-attendance.
Class Subject Abbr
WMST

Introduction to Women's Studies

Course ID
105770
Topic ID
0
Academic Term
Notes
Online Course Fee: $15. This class is WEB-BASED and offered asynchronously as a traditional online class. Students must log into Canvas on the first day of class or risk being dropped for non-attendance.
Section
3001
Minimum Units (Decimal)
3.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
3.00
Description

Interdisciplinary analysis of women in culture and society from historical and cross-cultural perspectives.

Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
101
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
WebCollege • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
673-7825
Notes (For Filter)
Online Course Fee: $15. This class is WEB-BASED and offered asynchronously as a traditional online class. Students must log into Canvas on the first day of class or risk being dropped for non-attendance.
Class Subject Abbr
WMST

Welding Certification Preparation

Course ID
105751
Topic ID
0
Course Location
Academic Term
Notes
Lab Fee: $100. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Please contact the instructor to schedule lab appointments. Students must complete mandatory 15 hours per credit. Additional costs for protective clothing and equipment up to $150 may be required.
Section
9601
Minimum Units (Decimal)
1.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
12.00
Description

This course is a contractual course designed for the advanced student who is pursuing AWS (American Welding Society), ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), or API (American Petroleum Institute) certification(s). This course is also beneficial to the student requiring additional hands-on practice in order to better their individual skill in a selected process or processes. Instruction will be given on an individual basis.

Class Type
Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
250
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
Applied Technology Center • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
856-5300
Notes (For Filter)
Lab Fee: $100. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Please contact the instructor to schedule lab appointments. Students must complete mandatory 15 hours per credit. Additional costs for protective clothing and equipment up to $150 may be required.
Prerequisites (For Filter)
Prerequisite: WELD 241 or instructor approval.
Class Subject Abbr
WELD

Welding Certification Preparation

Course ID
105751
Topic ID
0
Course Location
Academic Term
Notes
Lab Fee: $100. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Open Entry/Closed Exit labs. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must enroll by 10/8/2021 and complete mandatory 15 hours per credit. Additional costs for protective clothing and equipment up to $150 may be required.
Section
8001
Minimum Units (Decimal)
1.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
12.00
Description

This course is a contractual course designed for the advanced student who is pursuing AWS (American Welding Society), ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), or API (American Petroleum Institute) certification(s). This course is also beneficial to the student requiring additional hands-on practice in order to better their individual skill in a selected process or processes. Instruction will be given on an individual basis.

Class Type
Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
250
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
Applied Technology Center • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
856-5300
Notes (For Filter)
Lab Fee: $100. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Open Entry/Closed Exit labs. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must enroll by 10/8/2021 and complete mandatory 15 hours per credit. Additional costs for protective clothing and equipment up to $150 may be required.
Prerequisites (For Filter)
Prerequisite: WELD 241 or instructor approval.
Class Subject Abbr
WELD

Welding IV Practice

Course ID
105749
Topic ID
0
Course Location
Academic Term
Notes
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Students taking WELD 242-9601 must also enroll in WELD 241-9601. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Section
9601
Minimum Units (Decimal)
2.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
2.00
Description

This course is designed to give learners the opportunity to work on their skills in the GTAW process, perfect their skills in the FCAW process by providing them with individualized instruction and full hands-on practice in preparation and welding of ferrous and nonferrous materials. At this point in training students may also start developing skills necessary to weld pipe using the SMAW or FCAW processes. Ample practice time is allocated to perfect skills and complete lab assignments. WELD 242 is required concurrently with WELD 241, but may be taken as a separate course. This course may be repeated for up to six credits.

Class Type
Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
242
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
Applied Technology Center • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
856-5300
Notes (For Filter)
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Students taking WELD 242-9601 must also enroll in WELD 241-9601. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Prerequisites (For Filter)
Prerequisite: WELD 241. May be taken concurrently with WELD 241.
Class Subject Abbr
WELD

Welding IV Practice

Course ID
105749
Topic ID
0
Course Location
Academic Term
Notes
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Open Entry/Closed Exit. Students taking WELD 242-8001 must also enroll in WELD 241-8001. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must enroll by 10/8/2021 and complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Section
8001
Minimum Units (Decimal)
2.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
2.00
Description

This course is designed to give learners the opportunity to work on their skills in the GTAW process, perfect their skills in the FCAW process by providing them with individualized instruction and full hands-on practice in preparation and welding of ferrous and nonferrous materials. At this point in training students may also start developing skills necessary to weld pipe using the SMAW or FCAW processes. Ample practice time is allocated to perfect skills and complete lab assignments. WELD 242 is required concurrently with WELD 241, but may be taken as a separate course. This course may be repeated for up to six credits.

Class Type
Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
242
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
Applied Technology Center • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
856-5300
Notes (For Filter)
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Open Entry/Closed Exit. Students taking WELD 242-8001 must also enroll in WELD 241-8001. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must enroll by 10/8/2021 and complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Prerequisites (For Filter)
Prerequisite: WELD 241. May be taken concurrently with WELD 241.
Class Subject Abbr
WELD

Welding IV

Course ID
105747
Topic ID
0
Course Location
Academic Term
Notes
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Students taking WELD 241-9601 must also enroll in WELD 242-9601. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Section
9601
Minimum Units (Decimal)
3.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
3.00
Description

This course is a continuation of WELD 231 and places an emphasis on the GTAW process in all positions on ferrous and nonferrous materials. This course also covers the advanced FCAW process and concentrates on the skills needed to pass the AWS certification test in all positions using the FCAW process. The Student at this level of training may opt to develop skills in the welding of pipe using the SMAW or FCAW processes.

Class Type
Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
241
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
Applied Technology Center • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
856-5300
Notes (For Filter)
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Students taking WELD 241-9601 must also enroll in WELD 242-9601. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Prerequisites (For Filter)
Prerequisite: WELD 222 or WELD 232 or instructor approval. Corequisite: WELD 242
Class Subject Abbr
WELD

Welding IV

Course ID
105747
Topic ID
0
Course Location
Academic Term
Notes
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Open Entry/Closed Exit lab. Students taking WELD 241-9601 must also enroll in WELD 242-9601. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must enroll by 10/8/2021 and complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Section
8001
Minimum Units (Decimal)
3.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
3.00
Description

This course is a continuation of WELD 231 and places an emphasis on the GTAW process in all positions on ferrous and nonferrous materials. This course also covers the advanced FCAW process and concentrates on the skills needed to pass the AWS certification test in all positions using the FCAW process. The Student at this level of training may opt to develop skills in the welding of pipe using the SMAW or FCAW processes.

Class Type
Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
241
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
Applied Technology Center • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
856-5300
Notes (For Filter)
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Open Entry/Closed Exit lab. Students taking WELD 241-9601 must also enroll in WELD 242-9601. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must enroll by 10/8/2021 and complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Prerequisites (For Filter)
Prerequisite: WELD 222 or WELD 232 or instructor approval. Corequisite: WELD 242
Class Subject Abbr
WELD

Welding III Practice

Course ID
105745
Topic ID
0
Course Location
Academic Term
Notes
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Students taking WELD 232-9601 must also enroll in WELD 231-9601. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Section
9601
Minimum Units (Decimal)
2.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
2.00
Description

This course is designed to give learners the opportunity to hone their skills in the GMAW and FCAW processes in all positions by providing them with hands-on time and individual instruction. The learner will also practice Air Carbon Arc Cutting and Plasma Arc Cutting on ferrous and nonferrous materials. Ample practice time is allocated to perfect skills and complete lab assignments. WELD 232 is required concurrently with WELD 231, but may be taken as a separate course.

Class Type
Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
232
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
Applied Technology Center • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
856-5300
Notes (For Filter)
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Students taking WELD 232-9601 must also enroll in WELD 231-9601. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Prerequisites (For Filter)
Prerequisite: WELD 231. May be taken concurrently with WELD 231.
Class Subject Abbr
WELD

Welding III Practice

Course ID
105745
Topic ID
0
Course Location
Academic Term
Notes
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Open Entry/Closed Exit lab. Students taking WELD 232-8001 must also enroll in WELD 231-8001. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must enroll by 10/8/2021 and complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Section
8001
Minimum Units (Decimal)
2.00
Maximum Units (Decimal)
2.00
Description

This course is designed to give learners the opportunity to hone their skills in the GMAW and FCAW processes in all positions by providing them with hands-on time and individual instruction. The learner will also practice Air Carbon Arc Cutting and Plasma Arc Cutting on ferrous and nonferrous materials. Ample practice time is allocated to perfect skills and complete lab assignments. WELD 232 is required concurrently with WELD 231, but may be taken as a separate course.

Class Type
Status
Open
Subject Term Reference
Late Start
No
Catalog Number
232
Day or Night Section
Day
Is Late Start
Normal Start
Session
Normal
Class Subject Reference
Crytime Formatted
Applied Technology Center • 08/23/21–12/11/21
Department Phone
856-5300
Notes (For Filter)
Lab Fee: $80. This class is scheduled to meet face-to-face. Open Entry/Closed Exit lab. Students taking WELD 232-8001 must also enroll in WELD 231-8001. Lab open Monday and Friday 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Thursday 1:30 p.m.- 9 p.m. in EDSN 150. Students must enroll by 10/8/2021 and complete all coursework by 12/11/2021. Additional costs up to $150 for protective clothing and equipment may be required.
Prerequisites (For Filter)
Prerequisite: WELD 231. May be taken concurrently with WELD 231.
Class Subject Abbr
WELD
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