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AVIT 241 Aircraft Fuel System and Welding Practices

3 Credits

Prerequisite:None.Introduces the student to aircraft welding meth- ods. These methods will include the welding of magnesium,titani- um, stainless steel,and aluminum as well as fabrication of tubular structures. An additional major emphasis is aircraft fuel systems. This will include fuel dump systems,transfer systems,pressure fuel- ing, and fluid quantity indicating. Transfer and troubleshooting of

systems is also covered. AVIT 242 Aircraft Inspection and Rigging

5 Credits

Prerequisite:None.Introduces the student to aircraft assembly,rig- ging and airframe inspection.Includes rigging of fixed wing aircraft and rotary wing aircraft. Students will be instructed in the align- ment of structures,assembly of aircraft components including flight control surfaces,balance and rigging of moveable control surfaces. They will also do airframe inspection and conformity inspection.

AVIT 243 Aircraft Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems

3 Credits

Prerequisite:None.Present the theory and practical application of aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems as it relates to landing gear.Wing de-ice,and environmental systems is also covered.

AVIT 244 Aircraft Landing Gear Systems

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces the student to safely putting an air- craft on jack stands for service. Also covers the inspection,service and repair of landing gear and retraction systems,shocks,struts, brakes,wheels,tires and steering systems. In addition student will learn to inspect,troubleshoot and service landing gear position

and indicating warning systems. AVIT 245 Aircraft System

3 Credits

Prerequisite:None. Introduces the student to various aircraft cabin atmosphere systems. Students will be introduced to instrument static pressure leak checks. They will also work on and be intro- duced to various warning systems,electric brake control,and anti-

skid systems. AVIT 251 Engine Cooling and Exhaust

3 Credits

Prerequisite:None.Introduces students to various methods of engine cooling on piston and turbine engines.This will introduce superchargers,heat exchangers,mufflers,repairing cylinders on pis- ton engines and the use of thruster reversers on turbine engines.

AVIT 252 Engine Install, Conformity, and Ignition

3 Credits

Prerequisite:None.Students will remove and install piston and tur- bine engines.They will learn to pre oil an engine after rebuild and troubleshoot,service,turbine engine exhaust nozzles.They will learn ignition harnesses,turbine engine ignitions and magneto overhaul.

AVIT 253 Engine Starting System

3 Credits

Prerequisite:None.Introduces reciprocating and turbine engine elec- trical systems.Students will inspect,service,troubleshoot,and repair

turbine pneumatic starting systems and turbine ignitions.

BANK 101 Principles of Banking

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assess-

ment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025,ENGL 032 and MATH 044 or MATH 015.Discussion ranges from fundamentals of negotiable instruments to contemporary issues and developments

within the industry.

BANK 102 Law and Banking: Applications and Principles

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025,ENGL 032 and MATH 044 or MATH 015.Introduces laws pertaining to secured transactions,letters of credit and the bank collection process.Provides a banker’s guide to law and legal issues with spe-

cial emphasis on the Uniform Commercial Code. BANK 103 Consumer Lending

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025,ENGL 032 and MATH 044 or MATH 015.Presents an insider’s view of consumer lending,offering essential information about the maze of regula- tions that govern credit practices,and reviews loan processing,cross

selling and collections. BANK 216 Analyzing Financial Statements

3 Credits

Prerequisites:ACCT 101.Provides a practical introduction to financial analysis from the viewpoint of the commercial loan officer and develops skills needed to effectively assess a borrower’s ability to

repay loans. BANK 219 Bank Management

3 Credits

Prerequisites:BANK 101.Provides a complete introduction to the handling of day-to-day bank activities and incorporates case studies

to help acquire bank management skills. BANK 220 Trust Operations

3 Credits

Prerequisites:ACCT 101 and BANK 101.Provides a broad,information framework intended to introduce students to quality trust opera- tions workmanship in a time of accelerating change in the indus- try.The course presents the basics of trust operations providing an overview of:the Securities Industry and the reasons for its exis- tence; the participants and terminology in the securities industry;Trust services,includes the types of trust accounts and the management and operations of trust services;Trust accounting prin- cipals, concepts,functions and controls;and the relationship between the Bank and the trust department.

BCOM 102 Construction Graphics and

Print Reading

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025,ENGL 032

and MATH 044 or MATH 015.An introduction to drawing skills and techniques necessary to produce basic construction drawings. Emphasis placed on interpretation of the requirements of contract drawings,understanding terminology,symbols,and conventions used in residential,commercial,and industrial drawings,including architectural,structural,mechanical,electrical plans and sections.

BCOM 103 Green Construction

3 Credits

Prerequisite:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assess- ment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 024 and ENGL 031. Students gain knowledge and understanding of sustainable and economically justifiable construction in the new“green”environ- ment. The course focuses on various trends in the use of alternative materials and designs in both the residential and commercial/indus- trial markets. These are compared to traditional methods and will compare the impact to energy and environmental. As part of the energy impact both the initial and ongoing costs are reviewed. The various trade groups and their platforms are reviewed and discussed in relation to economically justifiable approaches. Finally the impact

of new verses remodeled/renovated construction is evaluated.

BCOM 104 Commercial and Industrial Construction

3 Credits

Prerequisites:BCOM 102.An introduction to steel,concrete,and com- posite material buildings found in heavy construction projects. Students will study steel frame,concrete structures,Bent Surface Structures,Space Frames,and other construction types used in heav-

ier commercial and industrial buildings. BCOM 105 Concrete and Soils

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 024 and ENGL 031 and MATH 044 or MATH 015.An introductory study of the prop- erties and uses of concrete in construction.Emphasis is placed on quality control in the field.Other topics include:design and methods of form work,placing,curing,and finishing.25% of the course con- tent will cover the properties and behavior of soils including com- paction, permeability,compressibility,and shear strength.Course content is consistent with principles and standards as determined by the Portland Cement Association (PCA),the American Concrete Institute (ACI),the Construction Specifi cations Institute (CSI),and

the American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM).

BCOM 115 Construction Management Practices

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025 and ENGL

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