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and/ or complex cases are discussed. Techniques for preparing a deceased human body for transportation and/ or long term storage are presented.Embalming theories/ techniques for handling special- ized diseases,body conditions and other complications are discussed.

MORT 207 Embalming Practicum I

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Corequisites:MORT 206 and MORT 209.One labo- ratory session per week for one semester in an appropriate mortuary setting.Practical experience in all phases of funeral service including embalming,funeral directing,and funeral home operation.Students are placed in local funeral homes to work under the direct supervi- sion of a qualified licensed embalmer to gain knowledge of proce- dures used in embalming human remains for funeral services.MORT

206 will work in conjunction with the practical experience.

MORT 208 Pathology for Funeral Service

3 Credits

Prerequisites: APHY 102,MORT 103 and BIOL 211.Divisions and importance of pathology,nature and causes of disease,to include inflammation,repair and recuperation of tissue,tumors,disease of the heart,respiratory and digestive systems are covered as well as microscopic examination of autopsy and surgical specimens,with particular emphasis on those conditions which relate to or affect the

embalming or restorative art process.

MORT 209 Restorative Art

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Corequisites:MORT 206 and MORT 207.The study of facial anatomy,color relationships,and restorations.Development

of skills in anatomical modeling and cosmetics. MORT 212 Funeral Service Management

4 Credits

Prerequisite:Accepted into the Mortuary Science Program.Designed to give the student a working knowledge of equipment items,man- ufacturing and use of such items. Presents a thorough study of cas- kets and vaults. Uses field trips and guest lecturers as learning tools. The curriculum is divided into two sections. The first covers construction and features of caskets,outer burial containers,and other funeral related products. The second section of the curriculum examines current practices and procedures,funeral direction,psy- chological and sociological aspects of funeral service,funeral home operation,professional overview and image,professional regula-

tions and effective personnel management. MORT 217 Embalming Practicum II

3 Credits

Prerequisites: MORT 103,MORT 206,MORT 207,MORT 209,APHY 102 and BIOL 211.Students work in a local approved funeral home under the direct supervision of a licensed embalmer.Develops practical embalming skills,combining work experience in funeral home.The student will work (8-10 hours) per week in the funeral home.

MORT 220 National Board Exam Review

2 Credits

Prerequisite:Program Advisor Approval.This course is designed to

prepare the student for the National Board Examination.This exami- nation is a graduation requirement and students must successfully complete the examination in order to become licensed funeral directors/ embalmers in most states. MORT 220 reviews the major learning objectives of other MORT courses as they relate to the National Board Examination.The course also examines various test-

ing methodologies and test taking strategies.

MPRO 100 Introduction to Plant Floor and CNC Principles

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces the basic concepts of manufacturing operations and plant floor layout in the production environment. Applications of Computer Numerical Control for milling,lathe and turning operations are developed as a foundation for machining operations.Coordinate system concepts are introduced relevant to

the machining processes. MPRO 101 Shop Mathematics

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.A review of basic operations of numbers,frac- tions and decimals. Covers the practical mathematics that every machinist is expected to use in the shop and in the creation and maintenance of tools,fixtures and industrial devices.Applies math to special calculations such as:taper angles,gearing ratios,gearing

systems,and cutting speeds and feeds. MPRO 102 Introduction to Print Reading

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Provides an introduction to reading and inter- preting machine shop symbols,machining blueprints and working drawings used in trades and crafts. Focuses on dimension,shape, fabrication and assembly. Applies basic mathematics to the solution of print interpretation.

MPRO 103 Manufacturing Automation

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces the basic concepts of robotics and types factory automation used in manufacturing. This course will provide knowledge in the areas of robot safety,robot types,and robotic applications. The common types of factory automation will

be identified.

MPRO 106 Introduction to the Workplace and Safety

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces basic safety instruction including OSHA requirements and other concerns (MSDS,confined space,lock out/tag out,zero energy state,hazardous materials,storage of flam-

mable materials,portable powered tool safety,hand tool safety, record keeping,training,employer enforcement of safety regula-

tions, right to know,etc.). MPRO 107 CNC Operations

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces the basic concepts of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) operations as they exist in a manufacturing environment.Skills in setup and operation of a CNC mill and lathe

will be acquired using multiple machine tool controllers.

MPRO 108 Metrology

3 Credits

Prerequisites: None.Introduction to precision measurement tech- niques and applications. Provides instruction in surface plate inspections,gauging techniques and instruments,optical compara- tors, hardness testing,and Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM). Presents calibration and measurement system analysis.

MPRO 109 Quality Control Concepts

and Techniques

3 Credits

Prerequisites: None.Covers current quality control concepts and techniques in industry with emphasis on modern manufacturing requirements. Studies the fundamental tools of Statistical Process Control which are used in industry to reduce costs and increase pro- ductivity at a predictable quality level. Emphasizes principles and techniques of SPC to ensure prevention instead of detection of prob- lems. Includes basic statistical and probability theory,sampling techniques,process control charts,the nature of variation,his-

tograms, attributes and variable charts. MPRO 201 Lean Manufacturing

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces the philosophical background,histor- ical development,fundamental concepts,operating fundamentals, and the organizational rationale for the implementation of lean dis- ciplines in manufacturing. The use and implementation of lean dis- ciplines has generally resulted in the ability of an enterprise to develop a work environment that promotes continuous improve- ment, eliminates waste,reduces operating cost,improves quality, and achieves measurable improvement in customer satisfaction.

MPRO 203 Production Technology

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces the different types of work-holding devices,their uses, advantages and disadvantages in CNC milling and lathe machines. The devices will be expanded to include manu- al and hydraulic work- holding devices. Topics will also include the different types of cutting fluids,coolants and oils used in advanced

machining production equipment. MPRO 205 Manufacturing Metals

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces the basic concepts of metals includ- ing composition,properties,and usage in Manufacturing. Both fer- rous and non-ferrous materials will be examined in the course. The course will also provide an overview of the principles and practices

of heat treatment of metals. MPRO 207 Production Machine Tooling

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces the basic concepts of production machine tooling setup and adjustments.Tooling used in both milling and turning is introduced. ANSI standards for insert and machine tooling are defined.


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