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English Composition I provides instruction and practice in writing of a least six extended compositions and the development of analytical and critical reading skills and basic reference and documentation skills in the composition process.

English Composition I provides instruction and practice in writing of a least six extended compositions and the development of analytical and critical reading skills and basic reference and documentation skills in the composition process.

English Composition I provides instruction and practice in writing of a least six extended compositions and the development of analytical and critical reading skills and basic reference and documentation skills in the composition process.

The purpose of the course site is to provide a mechanism for Registry exam preparation for all levels of EMS students.

This course provides a study of instrumentation circuits/systems. Topics include the use of transducers, detectors, actuators, and/or other devices and equipment in industrial applications. Upon completion, the student should be able to apply principles of instrumentation circuits and systems.

This course includes the advanced principles of PLCs including hardware, programming and troubleshooting. Emphasis is placed on developing advanced working programs and troubleshooting hardware and software communications problems. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate their ability in developing and troubleshooting systems.

This course is a study of the construction, operating characteristics, and installation of different motor control circuits and devices.  Emphasis is placed on the control of three phase AC motors.  This course covers the use of motor control symbols, magnetic motor starters, running overload protection, pushbutton stations, multiple control stations, two wire control, three wire control, jogging control, sequence control, and ladder diagrams of motor control circuits.  Upon completion, students should be able to understand the operation of motor starters, overload protection, interpret ladder diagrams using pushbutton stations and understand complex motor control diagrams.

This course provides instruction on basic logic gates, flip-flops, registers, counters, microprocessor/computer fundamentals, analog to digital conversion, and digital analog conversion.  Emphasis is placed on number systems, Boolean algebra, combination logic circuits, sequential logic circuits, and typical microprocessor data manipulation and storage.  This course also has an embedded lab with exercises designed to develop skills required by industry. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze digital circuits, draw timing diagrams, determine output of combinational and sequential logic circuits and diagnose and troubleshoot electronic components as well as demonstrate knowledge of microprocessor and computer circuits. 

This course is designed to provide students with a working knowledge of basic alternating current (AC) electrical principles. Topics include basic concepts of electricity, electrical components, basic circuits, measurement instruments, the laws of alternating current, and electrical safety with lockout procedures. Hands on laboratory exercises are provided to analyze various series, parallel, and combination alternating current circuit configurations containing resistors, inductors, and capacitors.  Upon course completion, students will be able to describe and explain alternating current circuit fundamentals such as RLC circuits, impedance, phase relationships, and power factors. They should also be able to perform fundamental tasks associated with troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining industrial AC systems.  

This course is designed to provide students with a working knowledge of basic direct current (DC) electrical principles. Topics include safety, basic atomic structure and theory, magnetism, conductors, insulators, use of Ohm’s law to solve for voltage, current, and resistance, electrical sources, power, inductors, and capacitors.  Students will perform lockout/tagout procedures, troubleshoot circuits and analyze series, parallel, and combination DC circuits using the electrical laws and basic testing equipment to determine unknown electrical quantities

This informal course will help you learn how to effectively use Moodle 2.0 learning management system software. The course contains tutorials, documentation and sample activities organised into Essentials, Course Design, Communication and Collaboration, Assessment and Reporting, Administration and Advanced. Relax, enjoy and happy moodling!

Welcome to the Orientation to College Online Course- ORT100 OL Spring 2016 Semester




IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS COURSE HAS NOT STARTED ONLINE YET. THE COURSE WILL BE AVAILABLE BY FEBRUARY 1, 2016. CHECK BACK HERE LATER FOR FURTHER UPDATES ON THE COURSE. 1/22/16