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AUTOMOTIVE (AUTO)


AUTO 114  PERSONAL CAR CARE 3
Study of the automobile with emphasis on general maintenance and service procedures. Specifically designed for the student without an automotive background. Does not apply toward an Automotive Technology major. Two lectures and one laboratory per week.
 

AUTO 134  INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE THEORY 2
Study of the internal combustion engine, including theory of operation, analysis of construction, working principles, and components as applicable to gasoline and diesel engines. Two lectures per week.
 

AUTO 135  INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE LABORATORY 1, 2; 2
Laboratory study of engine components through disassembly, inspection, measurement, servicing, and reassembly of engines. Corequisite: AUTO 134.
 

AUTO 145  POWER TRAIN THEORY 2
Study of the automotive power train system with emphasis on proper procedures in diagnosis, servicing, and repair. Two lectures per week.
 

AUTO 146  POWER TRAIN LABORATORY 1, 2; 2
Laboratory study and application of technical information and skills required to diagnose, service, adjust, and perform test procedures on hydraulic brakes, air brakes, clutch assemblies, bearings, transmissions, auxiliary units, transfer cases, drive lines, universal joints, and final drive assemblies. Corequisite: AUTO 145.
 

156 Spr Dawes, D
AUTO 156  FUEL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS THEORY 2
Study of principles of fuel metering and induction/injection for spark-ignited and compression-ignited engines; electrical systems topics include the study of the operating principles, diagnosis, service, adjustment, and test procedures for automotive charging, cranking, and ignition systems. Two lectures per week.
 

157 Spr Dawes, D
AUTO 157  FUEL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS LABORATORY 1, 2; 2
Laboratory study and application of technical information and skills required to diagnose, service, and adjust carburetion and injection fuel systems, automotive charging, cranking, and ignition systems. Corequisite: AUTO 156.
 

AUTO 286  ENGINE REBUILDING LABORATORY 2
Experience in engine rebuilding involving machining operations such as cylinder reconditioning, valve train servicing, lubrication, and cooling system servicing. Two laboratories per week. Prerequisites: AUTO 134, 135.
 

AUTO 314  ENGINE DIAGNOSIS AND TUNE-UP 2
Study of logical diagnosis and troubleshooting techniques as applied to engine repair and tune-up. Theory and operation of emission control systems. Emphasizes use of electronic instrumentation as a diagnostic tool. Two lectures per week. Prerequisites: AUTO 134, 135, 156, 157. Corequisite: AUTO 315.
 

AUTO 315  ENGINE DIAGNOSIS AND TUNE-UP LABORATORY 1, 2; 2
Laboratory study and application of diagnostic principles in trouble shooting repairs and tune-up automotive engines; includes experience with the Sun Road-A-Matic (a computerized dynamometer) and the Sun Model 1115 Performance Analyzer. Corequisite: AUTO 314.
 

346 Spr Dawes, D
AUTO 345, 346  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 2, 2
Study of automotive service operation as related to auto air conditioning, the power train, brake systems, suspension and wheel alignment, and general services. Two lectures per week. Prerequisites: AUTO 145; AUTO 146 or equivalent. Corequisites: AUTO 347, 348.
 

348 Spr Dawes, D
AUTO 347, 348  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE LABORATORY 1, 2; 2; 1, 2; 2
Laboratory study and application of automotive service techniques; includes a broad range of live service experiences. Corequisites: AUTO 345, 346.
 

AUTO 365  DIESEL ENGINES 3
Study of diesel engine theory; includes types of engines, fuel injection systems, air induction systems, exhaust systems, cooling systems, starting, and controls. Two lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisites: AUTO 156, 157. AUTO 286 recommended. Offered odd years only.
 

AUTO 366  COMPUTERIZED ENGINE CONTROLS 3
Study of microprocessor engine control systems used on late model GM, Ford, Chrysler, and American Motors gasoline engines. Prerequisite: AUTO 315 or permission of instructor.
 



AVIATION (AVIA)



LECTURE COURSES

 

AVIA 124  INTRODUCTION TO AVIATION 2
Study of aviation history and the development of the National Air Transportation System. Seventh-day Adventist uses and needs with an introduction to the mission flying program of the church.
 

140 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 140  INTRODUCTION TO FLIGHT 1
An economical introduction to the principles and experience of flight. The student will learn to maneuver an airplane safely in coordinated flight. Does not apply toward a major or minor in Technology. Cannot be taken simultaneously with or after AVIA 142.
 

141 Spr Debeb, J
AVIA 141  PRIVATE PILOT LECTURES 4
Study of basic concepts of aircraft performance, navigation, principles of flight, and meteorology; includes interpretation and application of Federal Aviation Regulations, uses of airman's publications and services.
 

AVIA 234  METEOROLOGY 2
Study of the atmosphere, winds, moisture, temperature, air masses and fronts, and weather forecasting with emphasis on aviation weather.
 

AVIA 256  PRINCIPLES OF AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE 4
A study of aircraft systems and routine maintenance and inspection techniques performed by the pilot. Prerequisite ELCT 241.
 

AVIA 357  COMMERCIAL AND FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR LECTURES 3 OR 4
Advanced navigation, maneuvers, airport and charts. Instructing and application of FAA regulations. Prepares student to pass FAA Commercial and Flight Instructor written examinations. Prerequisite: AVIA 256.
 

AVIA 361  INSTRUMENT AND INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTOR LECTURES 4-5
Study of aerodynamics, performance, weight and balance navigational instrumentation, IFR charts, regulation and procedures with the fundamentals of instruction. Prepares student to pass FAA Instrument and Instrument Instructor written examinations.
 


FLIGHT COURSES
Prior to registering for a flight course the student must be included on the aviation flight schedule and receive a signed clearance form from the department.
 

142 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 142  PRIVATE PILOT FLIGHT TRAINING 3
Instruction in the flying skills and practical knowledge necessary for solo flight. Corequisite: AVIA 141 or permission of instructor.
 

143 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 143  ADVANCED PRIVATE FLIGHT TRAINING 3
Flight instruction in specialty landings, night flight, and cross country flight. Includes supervised solo practice of flight maneuvers. Prerequisite: AVIA 142 or permission of instructor.
 

144 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 144  SPECIAL PRIVATE FLIGHT TRAINING 1-3
Supervised flight instruction in solo cross country flying and a review of the flying skills necessary to pass the federal oral and practical exams. Prerequisite: AVIA 143 or permission of instructor.
 

262 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 262  INSTRUMENT FLIGHT TRAINING 3
Flight instruction in basic attitude flying, instrument navigation, and cross country flying skills.
 

263 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 263  ADVANCED INSTRUMENT FLIGHT TRAINING 3
Instruction in instrument departure and approach procedures. Includes PIC cross country flying required for the instrument rating. Prerequisite: AVIA 262, or permission of instructor.
 

264 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 264  SPECIAL INSTRUMENT FLIGHT TRAINING 1-3
Experience in instrument cross country flights under actual or simulated conditions. Completion of the instrument cross country requirements and final preparation for the FAA oral and practical tests. Prerequisite: AVIA 263 or permission of instructor.
 

335 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 335  COMMERCIAL FLIGHT TRAINING 4
Advanced aircraft flight training, including systems training, take offs and landing, complex aircraft emergency procedures, and IFR and night checkouts.
 

336 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 336  ADVANCED COMMERCIAL FLIGHT TRAINING 5
Advanced aircraft maneuvers and skills in preparation for the commercial checkride. Includes cross-country flying to busy airports. Prerequisite: AVIA 335 or permission of instructor.
 

337 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 337  SPECIAL COMMERCIAL FLIGHT TRAINING 1-5
Involves mountain flying, bush flying techniques, short field landings and additional complex procedures. Prerequisite: AVIA 336, or permission of instructor.
 

340 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 340  MULTI-ENGINE FLIGHT TRAINING 3
Provides the necessary flight and ground instruction leading to the FAA multi-engine rating. Course offered ONLY when a multi-engine airplane is available.
 

358 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 358  INSTRUCTOR FLIGHT TRAINING 3
Study of the standards for acceptable performance for the Federal Aviation Administration Flight Instructor.
 

458 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 458  INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTORS FLIGHT TRAINING 3
Study of the standards for acceptable performance for the FAA Flight Instructor Certificate (instrument rating).
 

465 Spr Rub, M
AVIA 465  TRANSPORT PILOT FLIGHT TRAINING 6
Provides the necessary flight and ground instruction in a multi-engine airplane to meet the proficiency requirements of the FAA Airline Transport Pilot Practical Test. Flight instruction includes instrument flying, with concentrated practice on approaches, emergency procedures and cross-country flight. Course offered ONLY when a multi-engine airplane is available.
 



DRAFTING (DRFT)


DRFT 121, 122  TECHNICAL DRAFTING AND DESIGN 2, 2
Introduction to technical drafting and design: includes board and computer (CADD) drafting with emphasis on drafting fundamentals, visualization, principles and elements of design and analysis. Specific design applications to each technological area. One lecture and 3 laboratory hours per week.
 

DRFT 226  ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING 3
Study of the fundamentals of designing and drawing house plans including architectural drafting techniques, area planning, floor plans, elevations, sections, schedules, and specifications.
 



ELECTRONICS (ELCT)


ELCT 241  FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS 4
Study of fundamentals of electronics technology, including Ohms Law, series and parallel DC circuits, resistive capacitive and inductive AC circuits, motors and generators, and an introduction to semiconductors. Laboratory work will emphasize the use of basic electronic test equipment. Three lectures and one laboratory per week.
 

ELCT 242  ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 4
Study of complex AC and DC circuits, including RC and RL time constants, reactance, impedance, thevenins, and Norton's theorems, with an introduction to resonant and filter circuits. Three lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ELCT 241.
 

ELCT 252  SOLID STATE DEVICES 4
Introduction to solid-state devices, analytical and graphical analysis of diode characteristics and diode circuit applications; includes three-terminal solid-state devices, concept of amplification, switching, biasing, and graphical analysis; analysis of AC small and large signal conditions, bias stability, use of load lines in amplifier analysis and design; introduction to integrated circuits. Three lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ELCT 241.
 

ELCT 253  ELECTRONIC AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS 4
Application and analysis of discrete bipolar junction and field effect transistor amplifiers including biasing systems, DC load line analysis class of operation, AF and RF amplifier, and amplifier frequency response. Application and analysis of operational amplifiers, differential amplifiers, comparators, integrators and differentiators. Three lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ELCT 252.
 

ELCT 263  ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS 4
The study and application of electronic circuits, active filter circuits, oscillators, timing circuits, phase lock loop circuits, voltage regulators and special purpose integrated circuit devices. Three lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ELCT 253.
 

ELCT 297, 298  ELECTRONICS FABRICATION 1, 1
Individualized study in the techniques of electronics fabrication, including chassis construction, printed circuit board construction, and electronic packaging. One laboratory per week. May enroll in ELCT 297 and ELCT 298 concurrently. Prerequisite: ELCT 241.
 

ELCT 326  HOSPITAL SAFETY 2
Study of codes and regulations pertaining to hospital safety; equipment and techniques involved in leakage current test, conductivity testing in operating rooms, testing of pressure safety devices, radiation safety devices, radiation safety checks, and the correct handling of explosive gases. Prerequisites: ELCT 332.
 

ELCT 331, 332  MEDICAL ELECTRONICS 5, 5
Study of the use, calibration, and maintenance of electromechanical equipment used in the diagnostic and therapeutic phases of medicine and the clinical laboratory; includes patient care and monitoring equipment, cardiovascular measurements, measurements of physical variables, biotelemetry, and computer applications in medicine. Four lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisites: ELCT 253; BIOL 202.
 

ELCT 362  DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 5
Study of basic principles and applications of digital I.C.'s; includes characteristics of logic families and application of I.C. gates, clocks, counters, registers, displays, and memories. Laboratory emphasizes application of I.C. devices commonly used in industry. Four lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ELCT 252.
 

ELCT 372  COMPUTER CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS 4
Study of theory and application of digital and analog systems; includes computer circuitry, interface devices, and physical systems control. Laboratory emphasizes construction and troubleshooting techniques. Three lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ELCT 362.
 

ELCT 381, 382  TELEVISION SYSTEMS AND CIRCUITS 4, 4
Study of television transmission principles, the theory and operation of monochrome and color television receiver circuits, community antenna television systems, and closed-circuit television systems; emphasizes the use of logical systems and circuit analysis techniques in troubleshooting. Must be taken in sequence. Three lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ELCT 253.
 

ELCT 490  DIRECTED HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE 4-16
Full-time work experience with supplementary training in the biomedical electronics department of an approved hospital; taken only after completion of all course work required for the biomedical electronics program. Application must be made during the first two weeks of the quarter prior to the actual field experience.
 



GRAPHICS (GRPH)


GRPH 211, 212, 213  GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION PROCESSES 3, 3, 3
Study of the use of graphics for effective communication, including basic typography and design with type and graphic elements, copyfitting, electronic composition, offset lithography, photolithography and the reproduction of tones. Corequisite: GRPH 261 for GRPH 211.
 

GRPH 261, 262  DESKTOP PUBLISHING 2, 2
The study and use of microcomputer and peripherals for design of publications. Includes text manipulation, graphics generation, visual layout, and laser printing. Prerequisite: INFO 105 or permission of instructor.
 

GRPH 264  SCREEN PRINTING 2
Screen printing technology-Applications, components and techniques, survey of various materials and equipment used in screen printing. Production of screen printed products. One lecture and one laboratory per week.
 

GRPH 272, 273  COMPUTER COMPOSITION 2, 2
Application of microcomputers and software programs to the design of graphic images for graphic communications. Special attention is given to new software features and effective design practices. One lecture and lab per week. Prerequisite: INFO 105 or permission of instructor.
 

GRPH 274  COMPUTER GRAPHIC DESIGN 2
Congruing graphical images and manipulating them into visual media. One lecture and one laboratory per week. Prerequisites: GRPH 261, 262.
 

GRPH 295  PRINTING LAYOUT AND DESIGN 3
Study of the basic principles of design as applied to composition, layout, and arrangement in printing. Includes both hand and computer applications. Lectures, demonstrations, and assigned individual and group projects. Prerequisite: GRPH 261.
 

GRPH 324  PRODUCTION PRINTING METHODS 2
The operation and maintenance of the offset press, with related information on papers, inks, and finishing operations. Laboratory experiences support lecture/theory content. One lecture and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: GRPH 213.
 

GRPH 325  ESTIMATING AND COST ANALYSIS 3
An examination of the operations involved in producing graphic materials for the purpose of determining both individual and overall costs will be undertaken. Effective use of press equipment, cost and price determination, and financial structure of the printing concern will be studied. Both the Franklin catalog and the micro-computer applications will be investigated in regard to estimating.
 

GRPH 331  ADVANCED HALFTONE PHOTOGRAPHY 2
Study of special techniques of making quality halftones; emphasizes such variables as picture type and quality, and printing paper; includes techniques of posterization and the making of duotones. One lecture and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: GRPH 213.
 

GRPH 384  DIGITAL IMAGING 2
Study and application of image editing. Students will develop skills in manipulating, alternating and enhancing photography and graphic images. Prerequisites: PHTO 156 and GRPH 261.
 

GRPH 421  COLOR SEPARATIONS 3
Advanced study in lithographic printing with emphasis on fake color and process color separations and color press work. Two lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisite: GRPH 213 or equivalent. Offered odd years only.
 



PHOTOGRAPHY (PHTO)


PHTO 156  PRINCIPLES OF PHOTOGRAPHY 3
Study of the basic principles of color and black-and-white photography; includes practice of exposure, development, contact printing and enlarging, and study of various types of equipment. 35 mm camera required. Automatic cameras must have an override to manual operation. Two lectures and one laboratory per week.
 

PHTO 255  INTERMEDIATE PHOTOGRAPHY 3
Exploration of the technical and aesthetic aspects of photography. Includes tinting and toning black-and-white prints, adding color selectively to black-and-white prints, print retouching, storing, mounting, and framing prints. Two lectures and one lab per week. Prerequisite: PHTO 156.
 

PHTO 355  ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY 3
Study of advanced techniques in photography; includes lighting, photo-chemistry, optics, photo accessories, printing, enlarging, and processing of chromatic and monochromatic mediums, in-camera manipulations, darkroom manipulation, finishing presentation techniques. Two lectures and one laboratory per week. Prerequisites: PHTO 255.
 

PHTO 358  PHOTO ASSIGNMENTS 1
Individualized assignments to provide a variety of experience in commercial and publication photography, embodying shooting, processing, and finishing black and white prints. One laboratory per week. Prerequisite: PHTO 355 or equivalent.
 



TECHNOLOGY (TECH)


TECH 124  INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY 2
A study of current technology as it relates to society and the individual. Includes the study of technology in the broad areas of communication, transportation, construction, and manufacturing.
 

TECH 137  OXYACETYLENE WELDING AND CUTTING 2
Study of oxyacetylene and oxyfuel applications and practice in developing skills in oxyacetylene welding and cutting with fuel gases.
 

TECH 138  SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING 2
Study of shielded metal arc welding theory and hands-on laboratory experiences to develop mastery of arc welding processes.
 

TECH 139  SPECIALIZED WELDING 2
Study of gas tungsten arc welding (tig), gas metal arc welding (mig), flux core arc welding, and shielded metal arc pipe welding. Prerequisites: TECH 137, 138, or permission of instructor.
 

TECH 221, 222, 223  WOOD PRODUCTS AND PROCESSES 2, 2, 2
Introduction to wood products and processes incorporating use of basic tools and machines as found in the wood industries. Includes planning and construction of simple furniture. One lecture and one laboratory per week.
 

TECH 235, 236, 237  MATERIALS AND PROCESSES 2, 2, 2
Study of various methods for processing metallic, polymeric and ceramic materials. Major families of processes and materials are explored as they relate to a broad understanding of modern technology. These may be taken in any sequence.
 

TECH 241, 242, 243  FABRICATION AND MACHINING OF METALS 2, 2, 2
Study of theory and practice in metal operations. Fall, basic lathe and drill press operations involving metal cutting and measurement; winter, various assembly methods including forging, heat treatment, molding, pouring, filing, bending and offhand grinding; spring, associated and succeeding operations such as threading, tapering, testing, reaming, riveting and use of jigs. Projects selected incorporate the operations taught and involve running of various pieces of equipment common to a basic machine laboratory.
 

TECH 280  PRACTICUM 1-6; 6
Laboratory work in a technology area or laboratory supervision experience chosen in counsel with the supervising laboratory instructor. Six credits maximum. One 3-hour laboratory per week per credit.
 

TECH 325  POWER AND ENERGY 3
A study of the various forms of power, its generation, application, and implications for technology. Compares available resources and conservation of energy.
 

TECH 335  COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN TECHNOLOGY 3
A study of the applications of computers and microprocessor board controllers in industrial production and process control.
 

TECH 356, 357  MANAGEMENT IN TECHNOLOGY 2, 2
Theory and practice of modern production/operations management. Includes facility design, personnel management and financial systems. Application of modern analytical techniques to the solution of practical problems in technology.
 

TECH 364  OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2
Introduction to federal, state, and local safety codes applying to materials, material handling, and equipment commonly encountered by the technologist. Includes a study of codes from Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and Department of Transportation (DOT). Emphasis on the handling of hazardous wastes and the impact on ones health and the environment.
 

TECH 398  MACHINE AND TOOL MAINTENANCE 1, 2; 2
Methods of care and maintenance of tools, machines, and supplementary equipment. Selection may be made in any field offered. Prerequisite: adequate background in chosen fields. One laboratory per credit per week. One or two hours any quarter; maximum, two.
 

TECH 428  TEACHING TECHNOLOGY TO CHILDREN 3
Study of technology, as applied to the elementary grades, covering the broad areas of manufacturing, transportation, construction, and communication. Emphasis on methods of application, materials and processes. Offered Summer only.
 

TECH 480  ADVANCED PRACTICUM 1-6; 6
Laboratory work in a technology area or laboratory supervision experience chosen in counsel with the supervising laboratory instructor. Six credits maximum. One 3-hour laboratory per week per credit. Prerequisite: Lower division work in chosen area.
 

TECH 494  COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 0-10
Individual contract arrangement involving students, faculty, and cooperating businesses to gain practical experience in an off-campus setting. Allows the student to apply advanced classroom learning. Prerequisite: Approval by department; CDEV 210 or permission of Cooperative Education Director.
 

TECH 497  SENIOR SEMINAR 1
Presentation and discussion of current topics of interest within technology. Prerequisite: Senior standing in technology.
 

TECH 499  SENIOR PROJECT 1-2
A departmental performance experience as part of the Senior Comprehensive Examination. The type of experience is selected by the student in consultation with the advisor and approved by the department faculty. A presentation on completed work may be required.



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