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ENRG 205 Electric Line Distribution and Construction Practices II

3 Credits

Prerequisites:ENRG 203 Electric Line Distribution and Construction Practices I. This course covers rigging in power line work,working with aerial devices and digger derricks,installing protective grounds,working with live electrical circuits,working with revenue

metering,and maintaining streetlights. ENRG 211 Underground Distribution

3 Credits

Prerequisites:ENRG 103 and ENRG 107.Course introduces the stu- dent to underground systems including drawings,materials,and installation practices.Installing,splicing,and terminating cables. Fusing,system maintenance,troubleshooting,job site safety issues.

ENVM 101 Introduction to Environmental Technology

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Designed to introduce the student to environ- mental technology,the EPA,toxics,hazardous materials,and other waste topics.The course will touch on the subjects of weapons of mass destruction,chemistry,birth defects,and some other common ailments.Biological warfare topics will be discussed,protection for the hazardous materials situations,and protection for the fire fight-

ing personnel in the event of an emergency. ENVM 102 Environmental Management

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Designed to introduce the student to environ- mental management,how the environmental regulations evolved, the EPA,OSHA,NIOSH,and ADA.Environmental crimes will be dis- cussed, how the government is enforcing the rules,weapons of mass destruction,biological warfare,and treatment and disposal of the

toxic wastes. ENVM 104 Plant Operations – Sanitary

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Program Advisor Approval.Provides the basic princi- ples of aerobic and anaerobic biological treatment processes,includ- ing activated sludge,trickling filters,lagoons,sludge handling and disinfection.Reviews state and federal regulations related to waste-

water plants. ENVM 105 Air Quality Management

3 Credits

Prerequisites:CHEM 101.This course is designed to introduce the student to environmental air quality problems experienced,laws enforced and enacted by the EPA as well as others,toxicity,noise pollution,global air pollution,and a brief history of the EPA,and

some of their accomplishments. ENVM 106 Water Quality Management

3 Credits

Prerequisites:CHEM 101.This course is designed to introduce the student to water management,how the environmental regulations evolved,the EPA,OSHA,NIOSH,and ADA.Environmental crimes will be discussed,how the government is enforcing the rules,weapons of mass destruction,biological warfare,and treatment and disposal of

the toxic wastes.Water resources,contamination,and what is hap-

pening to clean the water we drink. ENVM 110 Environmental Toxicology

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.This course is designed to introduce the student to environmental toxicology,how it affects our bodies,our breathing,our environment we live in,the places we work,eat,and live.This course also tries to explain some of the conditions in industries,various laws that have been enacted and passed to protect the general population.

ENVM 208 Plant Operations – Industrial

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Program Advisor Approval.Covers wastewater treatment processes including coagulation,sedimentation,activated sludge, neutralization,equalizations and cyanide and chromate removal. Presents instrumentation,maintenance and troubleshooting.Includes

operations,laboratory testing and associated mathematics.

ESOL 001 Elementary English for Speakers of Other Languages

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated ability to write and understand simple statements and questions on familiar topics.The suggested range on the English Placement Test is 20-35.Emphasizes writing elementary statements,reading and understanding elementary materials,and

expanding competence in speaking and listening.

ESOL 002 Intermediate English for Speakers of Other Languages

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated intermediate competency in English with ability to read,write,and speak using basic language skills.The suggested range on the English Placement Test is 36-52.Emphasizes

writing,reading and speaking with increasing competence in aca-

demic and social situations.

ESOL 003 Pre-academic English for Speakers of Other Languages

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated fair control of most sentence structure, expository materials,statement,and conversation in social and aca- demic settings.The suggested range on the English Placement Test is 53-68.Emphasizes paragraph organization,reading and under- standing expository and academic materials through vocabulary development.Develops comprehension of social and academic con-

versations and lectures.

ESOL 004 Academic English for Speakers of Other Languages

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated ability to write with some ease,under- stand expository and academic reading material,understand lec- tures, and converse in academic and social situations.The suggested range on the English Placement Test is 69-83.Emphasizes expository writing,finding main ideas and details in academic texts,and understanding and speaking in academic settings.

ESOL 010 English for Speakers of Other Languages– Reading I

3 Credits

Prerequisites: CASAS/IRCA Pre-enrollment Appraisal.Develops basic reading skills in English using texts on subjects relating to life skills and cultural values.Emphasizes vocabulary acquisition,

dictionary use,and reading strategies for basic comprehension

and interpretation.

ESOL 011 English for Speakers of Other Languages– Reading II

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Stresses comprehension skills and reading strate- gies using materials which focus on personal and cultural values. Focuses on vocabulary expansion,comprehension and interpretation strategies,and experience with a variety of reading styles.Provides

practice in increased reading proficiency.

ESOL 012 English for Speakers of Other Languages – Reading III

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Stresses comprehension skills and reading strategies with academic materials.Focuses on vocabulary expan- sion, transitional development,and critical analysis of academic writing.Provides practice in increased reading proficiency.

ESOL 013 English for Speakers of Other Languages – Listening/Speaking I

3 Credits

Prerequisites: CASAS/IRCA Pre-enrollment Appraisal.Focuses on lis- tening and speaking strategies for comprehensible input.Provides practice recognizing and producing speech patterns of American English.Allows for conversational practice on topics of cultural val-

ues and behaviors.

ESOL 014 English for Speakers of Other Languages-Listening/Speaking II

3 Credits

Prerequisites: Level I ESL Listening/Speaking Mastery.Provides prac- tice in recognizing and producing speech patterns of American English.Allows for conversational practice with emphasis on cross- cultural values and behaviors and the use of idioms.

ESOL 015 English for Speakers of Other Languages-Listening/Speaking III

3 Credits

Prerequisites: Level II ESL Listening/Speaking Mastery.Provides expe- rience in recognizing and producing speech patterns of American English.Allows for conversational practice relating to academic and cultural subjects,with an emphasis on critical thinking skills expressed verbally.Gives the student ample exposure to language use from sources both in and out of the classroom.Language tasks which require problem solving by interpersonal communications.

ESOL 016 English for Speakers of Other Languages – Grammar/Structure I

3 Credits

Prerequisites: CASAS/IRCA Pre-enrollment Appraisal.Focuses on the acquisition of basic patterns of structure and syntax for controlled

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