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Curriculum

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Program Coordinator:Gene Johnson, 816.604.5441

IMPORTANT: Degree and certificate requirements may change! Please consult an academic advisor before enrolling.

Stationary Engineer Technician

COLL 100 First Year Seminar 1
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
ENGL 101 Composition & Reading I 3
ENG 215
SPAN 100
Technical Writing ~ or ~
Beginning Occupational Spanish
3
HIST 120
HIST 121
POLS 135
POLS 136
POLS 137
United States History to 1865 ~or~
United States History Since 1865 ~or~
Intro to Political Science ~or~
Intro to American National Politics ~or~
Intro to State and Local Politics
3
SPDR 100 Fundamentals of Speech 3
OPTION 1:
MATH 103
MATH 103R
MATH 120
MATH 120R
MATH 104
MATH 130
OPTION 2:
MATH 150

Technical Mathematics I* ~ or ~
Technical Mathematics I w/review ~ or ~
College Algebra ~ or ~
College Algebra w/ review ~ and ~
Technical Mathematics II
Trigonometry ~ or ~

PreCalculus or higher

5-7
General Education Electives: Any course(s) numbered 100 or above from the following disciplines: ART, ANTH, ECON, ENGL, Foreign Language, GEOG (except 110), HIST, HUMN, MSCM, MUSI, PHIL, POLS, PSYC, SIGN, SOSC, SOCI, SPDR 3-5
SPECIFIC PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
CSOF 100 Introduction to Personal Computing 3
EHSS 111 Introduction to Health & Safety for General Industry 3
HVAC 109 Electricity for HVAC/R Technicians 4
HVAC 111 Principles of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning 3
HVAC 120 Fundamentals of Refrigeration 4
HVAC 201 Stationary Engineering 3
HVAC 221 Commercial Refrigeration 4
HVAC 230 Sheet Metal Layout & Fabrication 4
INTE 107 Industrial Electrical Safety 1
INTE 110 Industrial Electrical Principles 4
INTE 115 Electrical Print Reading 3
INTE 124 Employment Strategies for Technical Careers 3
INTE 175 Electric Motor Controls I 3
INTE 270 Instrumentation & Process Controls 3
INTE 271 Programmable Logic Controller I 4
TOTAL REQUIREMENTS 68

 

 

 

Last Modified: 3/2/12