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Associate Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (dbl deg)

With the release of Office 2010 some of the macros in the
data files above are obsolete.
Excel is a powerful tool capable of performing a variety of
analytical functions used for budgeting, accounting and
financial analysis. Applications created will include
statistical, logical, financial and string functions, graphics,
data manipulation, macros, "whatif" analysis, programming
custom menus and transferring data to/from other software. Upon
completion, students should be able to plan, implement, test and
document complex spreadsheet models.
Circuit Manufacturing Techniques

Safety in the shop and
stages of project development are emphasized. Electrical and
mechanical shop practice including use of hand tools, through
hole and surface mount, soldering techniques, solderless
terminations, wire preparations, wiring techniques and parts
ordering.

Some of the data files above contain
known errors. The information given is for reference only.
A study of semiconductors, field effect
transistors, hparameters, device equivalent circuits, small
signal analysis, multistage amplification, decibels, frequency
analysis, large signal amplifiers, thyristors, power amplifier
design, differential amplifiers, operational amplifiers,
feedback and oscillator circuits, electronically regulated power
supplies, and applications of circuits with these devices.
Pulse and Digital Integrated Circuits

This course is a study of pulse
terminology, number systems and codes, TTL and CMOS IC logic
circuits and interfacing, Boolean Algebra and logic
simplifications, integrated arithmetic circuits, counter,
register, encoders, decoders, multiplexers, and demultiplexers,
display devices, IC flipflops, hardware minimization techniques
are also covered in conjunction with logic circuit design.
PC Maintenance & Upgrading

The student will be working with various
operating systems such as DOS, Windows 98, 2000 and XP. Student
will also have handson experience building and repairing PC's
in a lab environment. Hardware topics include: system board,
microprocessors, busses, memory, disk drives, and power
supplies.
Windows Programming with C#

In this course the student will learn to design, create,
test, deploy, maintain and support desktop software applications
using Microsoft's C#.Net. The student will complete a series of
handson lab exercises using C#. This class will help prepare
the student Microsoft's MCTS certification exam. Handson labs
are utilized to reinforce the presented materials.
Electrical Machines

This course covers the principles of electromagnetic induction,
dynamo construction, direct current generation characteristics
and operation, armature reaction, DC motor characteristics,
operation and control, machine efficiency, single and
threephase transformers theory and operation, construction of
threephase transformers, AC motors and generators. Subjects
include: polyphase transformers, induction motors, alternators,
synchronous motors, single phase induction, universal and
specialty motors.
Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory

Theory, characteristics and applications of solidstate
devices. Devices covered include: diodes, bipolar junction
transistors, field effect transistors, operational amplifiers,
analog and digital voltage regulators.
AC Circuit Analysis

Alternating current (AC) circuit analysis and instrumentation.
Topics include: phasor analysis, RL, RC and RLC circuits network
theorems, power, resonance, fitters, pulse analysis,
transformers and three phase systems.
Programming Logic & Problem Solving

This course addresses the student to
program logic and problem solving techniques. Primary emphasis
is on achieving familiarity with structured programming
principles through awareness and application of structured
programming and objectoriented concepts and techniques. Upon
course completion, the student should have an understanding of
how to develop the logic to solve a programming solution using
structured flowcharts and psuedocode.

This course addresses designing,
developing, testing, and deploying desktop software applications
using the Microsoft Visual Basic.Net programming language. This
course will help prepare the student for MCTS certification in
Microsoft Visual Basic.Net. Upon completion of this course, the
student should be able to develop a desktop application with a
graphical user interface, write code using Visual Basic control
structures, properly validate user input, and test and debug the
application.
DC Circuit Analysis

Direct current (DC) circuit analysis. Topics include: voltage,
current, resistance, Ohm's law, power, circuit reduction,
Kirchhoff's laws, network analysis methods, network theorems,
capacitors, inductors, transients and sine wave characteristics.
PLC's and Industrial Controls I

A presentation of techniques, application
and development analysis of relay control circuits with
implementation of electromechanical devices, programmable
controllers and variable frequency drives. Circuits, devices and
techniques studied include control of motor starting, motor
speed control, machine cycle control, control components, pilot
devices, maintenance and troubleshooting circuits.
1990  1998 Stark Tech
Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Advanced ProEngineer

This threedimensional drawing uses
Parametric Technology Corporation Pro/ENGINEER software and
covers the basic through advanced commands. The basics focus on
practical applications of design to develop parametric solid
model representations of parts and assemblies. Advanced design
features include the use of skeletons, advanced sketching,
geometry, patterns, surface options, dimensions, bill of
materials, and features, and plotting.
AutoCad14 to ProEngineer

This threedimensional drawing uses
Parametric Technology Corporation Pro/ENGINEER software and
covers the basic through advanced commands. The basics focus on
practical applications of design to develop parametric solid
model representations of parts and assemblies. Advanced design
features include the use of skeletons, advanced sketching,
geometry, patterns, surface options, dimensions, bill of
materials, and features, and plotting.
Advanced AutoCad

Building on concepts learned in Basic AutoCAD, this course
focuses on more advanced topics: isomode; attributes; creation
of toolbars, pulldown and button menus; creation of custom line
types and hatch patterns; and an introduction to the
fundamentals of AutoLISP programming.
Electromechanical Systems
Dynamics

Methods are developed to analyze kinematics and kinetics of
bodies. Practical derivations, equations, and applications of
displacement, velocity, acceleration, work, energy, power,
impulse, and momentum in both planar and rotational motion will
be applied.
Statics & Strengths of Materials

The study of major force systems under
conditions of equilibrium. Various methods are used to analyze
the effects loads have on structural members and machine
components. Topics include force systems, friction, stress and
strain, moment and shear diagrams, centroids, moments of
inertia, and beam deflection analysis. Emphasis is placed on
learning the fundamentals and applying them to solving problems.
Machine Design

Descriptive, dimensional, and kinematic analysis of machine
components including bearings, shafts, couplings, cam, brakes,
gear drives, belt and chain drives, and clutches are the focus
of this course. Laboratory work includes problem solving in the
design of machine components with spreadsheet analysis when
necessary.
Manufacturing Processes

Students will investigate a variety of
manufacturing techniques including casting, powder metallurgy,
metal forming, hot and cold working, arc and gas flame welding,
rapid prototyping, microelectronic manufacturing, and chiptype
machining processes. Scheduled tours of local industry and/or
guest speakers augment the material.
Material Science

The study of the science of materials used in the fields of
engineering and manufacturing. Emphasis is placed on the
physical properties of materials. Areas covered include: stress
and strain, hardness, creep, fatigue, metallurgy, equilibrium
diagrams, and heat treatments. Advantages, disadvantages and
applications of ferrous metals, nonferrous metals, plastics,
elastomers, composites and ceramics are discussed.
Introduction to Computer Programming (QBasic)
Basic AutoCad

This course begins with basics and gives students handson
experience using personal computers to create engineering
drawings with AutoCAD software. Topics include: basic components
of a CAD system, overview of [Windows] operations, input
methods, drawing setup and display, editing, dimensioning, text,
layers, hatching, blocks and plotting.
Engineering CoOp
Basic Economics

A survey course designed to introduce students to basic economic
concepts and principles of modern micro and macroeconomics.
Major topic areas will include supply and demand, price system,
market economies, monetary and fiscal policy and global economic
issues. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate
an understanding of the above topic areas.
Physics II

Study of heat, electricity, magnetism (including circuits),
electromagnetic radiation (including light), and optics. Problem
solving in orientation, emphasizing the application of formulas,
algebra and trigonometry to physical situations. Laboratories
focus on the correct reading of measuring instruments, proper
handling on measurements in calculations and testing physical
theories using measured data.
Technical Report Writing

This course stresses clarity, logic and
appropriate organization in informal and formal technical
reports. An oral presentation/proposal may be required.
Psychology of Work

Drawing from a wide range of psychological theories, principles
and research, this course emphasizes personal and interpersonal
skillbuilding beneficial to the prospective professional.
Topics include learning and memory; perception; motivation and
leadership; group dynamics and teambuilding; problemsolving
and conflict resolution; communications; and stress management.
Engineering Drawing

This is a beginning drafting course that includes use of
instruments, geometric constructions, technical lettering,
orthographic projection, auxiliary views, sectional views,
dimensioning and conventional practice.
Analytical Geometry & Calculus

A study of the theory and techniques of
analytic geometry, differential and integral calculus, including
variables, functions, limits, differentiation, integration and
applications of the derivative and integral.
College Algebra & Trig II

Topics are solving oblique triangles,
vectors, graphs of trigonometric functions, complex numbers,
exponents, radicals, exponential and logarithmic functions,
higher degree equations, additional equations and inequalities.
Fluid Power

The study of the subjects essential to understanding the design,
analysis, operation and application of fluid power systems is
the focus of this course. Theoretical principles will be used to
develop an understanding of hydrostatics and hydrodynamics.
Teamwork skills will be reinforced through handson
experimentation and written presentation of results. Students
will submit formal reports in a format that requires the use of
word processing and spreadsheet software.
Physics I (mechanics)

Study of motion, force, momentum,
energy, rotational dynamics and torque, centripetal force and
gravity, structure and properties of matter, fluids, vibrations
and waves. Problem solving in orientation, emphasizing the
application of formulas, algebra and trigonometry to physical
situations. Laboratories focus on the correct reading of
measuring instruments, proper handling on measurements in
calculations and testing physical theories using measured data.
Computer Numerical
Control I
Society & Technology
Technical Mathematics II
Technical Mathematics I
Machine Tools
College Writing
College Mathematics
Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Technologies
Introduction to
Writing