Course Schedules


( IET 246 ) Engineering Energy Applications

Students will learn the advanced operations and capabilities of programmable logic controllers and logic relays. Programming will include Allen Bradley SLC, MicroLogix and CompactLogix controllers as well as Panel views (touch screens) and variable frequency drives. Rockwell RS Logix software will be applied to actual industrial problems. Software includes RSLogix 500, RSLogix 5000, Factory Talk View and RSLinx. Prerequisite: IET214 Programmable Controllers

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: Z

Seats Available: 11 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T107A 03/10/2015 - 05/14/2015 04:00 PM - 07:00 PM T R David Budke
 

( IET 254 ) Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting principles and techniques will be developed for all the mechanical and electrical equipment utilized in the Industrial Engineering Associate of Applied Science degree program. Pre-requisites: IET214 Programmable Controllers, IET217 Instrumentation and IET246 Engineering Energy Applications

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 9 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T107C 03/09/2015 - 05/13/2015 08:30 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R David Budke

  Section: Z

FULL  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T107C 03/09/2015 - 05/13/2015 06:30 PM - 09:30 PM M W Olin Karr
 

( IMD 160 ) Animation II

Animation II focuses on the basic principles of animation. Students will learn a variety of new techniques to control animation and make it look more realistic. Tangent types, dope sheet, curve editor and adjusting the timing of animation will be explored. Inverse Kinematics will be introduced as well as animating a Biped figure. The modeling, texturing, lighting, and camera skills learned in Animation 1 will be applied to projects during this course. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 125 Digital Storytelling, IMD 130 Animation I

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 8 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC312 01/06/2015 - 05/14/2015 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM T R John Decker
 

( IMD 170 ) Digital Video Production II

This class will explore techniques to improve your digital video productions including workflow, shooting, and non-linear editing techniques. Preproduction tasks such as brainstorming, working with clients, and storyboarding will be practiced. Students will be introduced to new equipment including, dollies, jibs, glide-cams, DSLR cameras for video, and external monitors. Students will experiment by shooting “short films” to improve their storytelling abilities and shooting techniques. A marketing based video will be produced for a “real-world” client as a team project for the semester. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 125 Digital Storytelling, IMD 140 Digital Video Production I, IMD 150 Photoshop for Multimedia

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 10 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC301 01/05/2015 - 05/13/2015 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM M W John Decker
 

( IMD 180 ) Interactive Multimedia I

This course will introduce students to Adobe Flash Professional. Students will learn to create vector-based artwork with the tools available in Flash. Importing artwork created in other programs such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator will also be explored. The principles of animation, using the timeline, frames, keyframes, and tweening will be introduced. Students will be introduced the Action Script, the programming language that allows you to design animations that are interactive. Finally, students will practice exporting an animation for a variety of end products. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 125 Digital Storytelling, and IMD 150 Photoshop for Multimedia

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 11 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC301 01/05/2015 - 05/13/2015 09:30 AM - 11:30 AM M W John Decker
 

( IMD 185 ) Introduction to Instructional Training Design

This course will introduce the concepts of instructional design and how it relates to the multimedia developer. Students will follow the ADDIE model to assist in designing effective multimedia-based instructional materials. The final project will require students to apply what they have learned and create a real-world, multimedia-based learning object. Education and career opportunities in the instructional design world will also be discussed. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 140 Digital Video Production 1, and IMD 150 Photoshop for Multimedia

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 9 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC312 01/05/2015 - 05/13/2015 08:00 AM - 09:30 AM M W John Decker
 

( IMD 190 ) Compositing

Students will learn Adobe After Effects and create basic composites, as well as nested composites. They will gain hands on experience combining visual elements through techniques such as “green screen” and combining layered elements in the computer. Creating keyframes on the timeline, masking effects, movable mattes and text animation will be covered, along with selecting the correct resolution and file format to be handed off to the next step in the production pipeline. Students will also discuss the ethical issues involved with compositing. Prerequisites: IMD 120 Principles of Computer Graphics, IMD 125 Digital Storytelling, IMD 140 Digital Video Production I and IMD 150 Photoshop for Multimedia

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 9 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC301 01/06/2015 - 05/14/2015 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM T R John Decker
 

( IMD 250 ) Advanced Animation Techniques

This course picks up where IMD 161 3D Graphics and Animation II leaves off and continues more in depth in 3ds Max. The focus will be on modeling and texturing for games. Creating, unwrapping, and texturing simple models will be practiced. High- and low-poly asset creation pipeline will be explored. Finally, students will model an asset that they choose, add materials and maps, create a scene, and animate the scene. Prerequisite: IMD 161 3D Graphics and Animation 2

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: I

Seats Available: 14 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  01/06/2015 - 05/14/2015 NA John Decker
 

( IMD 260 ) Production Portfolio

Students will create a portfolio to showcase their work as a multimedia artist. The form of the portfolio can take on many forms including but not limited to a show real, hard copy of graphics, DVD, website, or a combination of many delivery methods. Students will include work created during their time in the IMD programs as well as other work they have created relating to multimedia. Prerequisites: Completion of Technical Certificate

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 14 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC301 01/06/2015 - 05/14/2015 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM T R John Decker
 

( IMD 270 ) Project Management and Client Management

Students will take on the role of Multimedia Project manager in this course. As Project Manager, students will design a multimedia project. Students will plan the project and include cost, designing, producing, and deliver the final project to the client. In doing this, students will write a project plan, create a client proposal, develop a storyboard, and submit a final multimedia project. Prerequisite: Competion of Technical Certificate

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: O

Seats Available: 14 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
01/05/2015 - 04/02/2015 NA Diana Wilhite
 

( IMD 273 ) Production Internship

A faculty-supervised work environment involving research into multimedia design, production and procedures that relate to real-world situations in a career field. This course allows a student to investigate in depth some subject matter that has been presented in one of the ordinary courses offered by the College and utilize those competencies in a career or job situation. Such an internship is ordinarily in the area of concentration that the student is especially prepared. A student who desires to pursue an internship must present a list of objectives and goals to be reached during the internship in advance of the pre-registration period to the IMD faculty instructor who agrees to direct and evaluate the internship. Prerequisites: Completion of Technical Certificate

1.00 Credit Hour


  Section: INT

Seats Available: 13 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  01/05/2015 - 05/15/2015 NA John Decker
 

( IMD 285 ) Digital Video Production Projects

Students in this course will produce one or more video projects that they choose, plan, and produce on an individual basis. They will be in control of all aspects of the workflow from concept through delivery of final product(s). New equipment and advanced shooting techniques will be experimented with throughout the semester. The focus will be on the application of skills learned in Digital Video Production 1 and 2 as well as developing new skills in planning, shooting and editing video. Prerequisite: IMD 170 Digital Video Production 2

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 14 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC301 01/05/2015 - 05/13/2015 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM M W John Decker
 

( MA 097 ) Beginning Algebra

Beginning Algebra represents the development in algebraic concepts beyond Principles of Math and provides a foundation for Intermediate Algebra. Students will become equipped with a solid foundation of the mathematical tools required to work with more complex mathematical operations.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 26 of 30  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  JEC J004 01/06/2015 - 05/07/2015 05:30 PM - 06:50 PM T R Glenn Fell
 

( MA 107 ) Technical Math

Students will learn and demonstrate the use of the basics of mathematics, algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Topics will include operations with polynomials, linear equations, systems of equations, right triangle trigonometry and basic statistical concepts. The course is designed to provide the students with the math skills needed in order to succeed in the technical courses they take.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 14 of 30  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  JEC J001 01/06/2015 - 05/07/2015 10:00 AM - 11:20 AM T R Paul Cassity

  Section: B

Seats Available: 19 of 25  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  JEC J001 01/06/2015 - 05/07/2015 02:30 PM - 03:50 PM T R Robert Kornowski

  Section: O

Seats Available: 7 of 20  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
01/05/2015 - 05/15/2015 NA Ben Coltrane
 

( MA 110 ) College Algebra

Students will perform algebraic functions such as basic operations, products and factoring, linear and quadratic equations, graphs, ratio and proportions, inequalities, logarithms, mathematical induction, permutations, combinations and determinants.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 22 of 30  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC302 01/06/2015 - 05/07/2015 02:00 PM - 03:20 PM T R Paul Cassity

  Section: B

Seats Available: 19 of 30  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  JEC J004 01/05/2015 - 05/06/2015 10:00 AM - 11:20 AM M W Paul Cassity

  Section: HEA

Seats Available: 9 of 25  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  EHS EHS 01/06/2015 - 05/21/2015 07:48 AM - 09:14 AM M T W R F Scott Marshall

  Section: HLA

Seats Available: 14 of 25  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  OLP OLPE 01/06/2015 - 05/21/2015 08:00 AM - 09:14 AM M T W R F Eric True

  Section: HND

Seats Available: 16 of 25  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  01/06/2015 - 05/01/2015 NA Jennifer Long

  Section: HRT

Seats Available: 21 of 25  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  HRT 01/06/2015 - 05/15/2015 08:10 AM - 09:15 AM T R F Joshua Dix
 

( MTE 126 ) Introduction to Mastercam

The students will use basic Mastercam computer-aided programming to generate basic programs for the HAAS mill and the Mitsubishi milling center. They will learn to program, set-up and run basic Mastercam projects on the CNC mills.

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 10 of 18  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T119 03/09/2015 - 05/14/2015 12:15 PM - 03:25 PM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
 

( MTE 127 ) Conversational Lathe Programming

The students will operate and program a conversational Mazak lathe. They will learn to home the machine, do preventive maintenance, set zero, set tool length, and program at the work center with the Mazak conversational programming package.

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 11 of 19  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T119 01/05/2015 - 03/05/2015 12:15 PM - 03:25 PM T R Ronald Cahoone
 

( MTE 231 ) Advanced Mill & ComputerMeasurement

The students will use advanced “G” & “M” codes, canned cycles and macros. They will learn to reduce programming time, setup time, and run time on the CNC mill. Projects will be programmed and run complete to exact tolerances. The students will also learn to program the Helmel Check Master. They will learn how to lay out an effective inspection plan with emphasis on future operators being able to understand and run the programs. Prerequisite: MTE 211 Basic Mill and Lathe Programming

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

FULL  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T119 03/09/2015 - 05/14/2015 08:20 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
 

( MTE 232 ) Advanced Lathe Programming

The students will use the advanced “G” & “M” codes to reduce programming time, setup time, and run time. They will produce programs and manufacture parts to exact tolerances. Prerequisite: MTE 211 Basic Mill and Lathe Programming

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

FULL  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T119 01/05/2015 - 03/05/2015 08:20 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
 

( NET 115 ) Digital Electronics

Students will evaluate and construct common DC and AC circuits. Students will construct, evaluate, and repair common digital circuits and devices which are used in computers. The student will examine the various components and test equipment used in digital electronics. Extensive hands-on application of circuitry is stressed. NET 115 is a prerequisite for all Network Technology courses with a course number of NET 116 or higher.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 5 of 18  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M109 01/05/2015 - 02/13/2015 08:20 AM - 11:30 AM M T W R F Adam Starr
 

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